Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Talk Nerdy

During the FSJ Better Together Convention last month, I led one of the breakout sessions on Color Theory.  As I was prepping that session, I was putting together examples of different colors from the FSJ line that fit the types of color combinations.  I REALLY liked a few of these sample combinations, and they made their way into the cards I was also prepping for my Designer Showcase samples board.  

Clean, simple, and a little nerdy.  This fun card was created using the new Geek Chic and Grid Paper stamps from Fun Stampers Journey.

This particular combination was one of the first I tried.  I really liked the colors together, but also didn't want a card that was too bright.  So I used a lot of Whip Cream, and created masks using the circle dies, to mask off small sections to stamp.  I rotated the stamp a little when I stamped the Sweet Berry, so that the lines were at a different angle.  My sentiment and the glasses image were both heat embossed in black onto vellum, and then once the card was put together, I added Journey Glaze "lenses" to the glasses. 

Clean, simple, and a little nerdy.  This fun card was created using the new Geek Chic and Grid Paper stamps from Fun Stampers Journey.


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Fun Stampers Journey Supplies Used:

Stamps:
Geek Chic SS-0636, Grid Paper SS-0615

Inks:
Clear Pigment Ink IP-0102, Journey Black Embossing Powder IP-0099, Sweet Berry True Color Fusion Ink IP-0029, Sweet Pear True Color Fusion Ink IP-0054, Catalina Splash True Color Fusion Ink IP-0073

Papers:
Whip Cream 8.5" x 11" Card Stock CS-0040, Journey Vellum PP-0044

Tools:
Journey Circles Dies DI-0039, Journey Platinum Machine TO-0090,  Journey Blooms Paper Trimmer TO-0039, Crease Tool TO-0040, Detail Pro Shears (4.5") TO-0063

Adhesives:
Easy Glide Permanent Adhesive Runner AD-0081, Journey Glaze AD-0001

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