Woot (distress ink, glimmer paste and masking), a Fresh Bloom card project

Cathy ZielskeCards, Tutorials14 Comments

Today’s card project features more new products from the brand new Simon Says Stamp Fresh Bloom release. Specifically, my brand new Woot word and shadow die and the Triangle Blast Stencil.

I still find the whole masking process to be pretty dang magical. The peel and reveal part is just so cool! On this card, I masked off a heart onto a 4 x 4 square piece of cardstock, then added both Distress Ink and Glimmer Paste before the peel and reveal. I think it added a fun bit of random texture and I love how the Glimmer Paste has more of a golden tone, picking up the color of the ink below it.

Square cards are fun to make! (To see another square card video, where I show how to create a matching envelope, something I learned from the one and only Gina K. Designs, click here.)

Here is the video showing you how I created this card project:

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Cathy ZielskeWoot (distress ink, glimmer paste and masking), a Fresh Bloom card project

14 Comments on “Woot (distress ink, glimmer paste and masking), a Fresh Bloom card project”

  1. #2
    carol ann

    I love the pop of color that gorgeous orange provides! But, I’ve also gotta say I laughed out loud when you showed your foam tape roll! Thanks for your fun video and a terrific card!

  2. #5
    Cathy Lillie

    Pretty card, Cathy! Love the “Woot” and the sunny orange colors of the heart! You always create such fun sentiments.

  3. #6
    Michelle Tercha

    Great card! It’s so fun.
    Just wanted to say that I listened to the podcast and loved it (love you!) Thanks for sharing. I related to middle age thing, and the kids getting older. Oh, and the sailor mouth! It was awesome. Michelle t

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