Jesus Loves You Greeting Cards
Hi friends, welcome to another blog post! Today, I’m super excited because I’m taking part of a little Instagram Hop as a Guest Designer for the wonderful Mighty Hand stamp company. Specially, because today’s the launch of their very first die called Jesus Loves You. So, on today’s blog I’ll be sharing with you how I made these three cards featuring the Jesus Loves You die along with the Blessed Words stamp set. So, without further ado, keep on reading the post ↓
For the first example I started by inking it up a white card panel using a cloud edges stencil, and the following distress ink combination:
— Wilted Violet
— Blueprint Sketch
— Peacock Feathers
Next, I trimmed the card panel slightly smaller than a standard A2 size card base. Then, I ran through the die cutting machine the top layer of the die to cut out of light silver glitter card stock, as you can see this die also comes with a shadow layer, so I ran through the die cutting machine the shadow layer to cut out of vellum.
Once, the die cuttings were done I decided to add dimension. So, I ran once again through the die cutting machine the die along with a few pieces of white card stock to make three more cuts. Then, I stacked them all by adhering the backed of them with liquid glue, and I adhered the dimensional die cutting to its shadow layer. Finally, I adhered the backed of the die cutting to the card panel with liquid glue, and to finish the card off I adhered the backed of the card panel with foam mounting tape to an A2 size white side folding card base.
As a finishing touch I adhered some crystal clear sequins here and there for a sparkly look.
For the second example I decided to use the same distress oxide color combination, however for this particular example I only inked it up the Jesus Loves You die cutting, as you can see in the picture above. So, to begin with I ran through the die cutting machine both layers of the die to cut out of white card stock. Once, the layers were cut out I inked it up as I mentioned earlier the top layer, but instead of going from the bottom to the top I decided to inking it up the die cutting from side to side as you can see in the picture above. Soon after I was done inking it up the die I adhered to its white shadow layer. And, to add dimension I ran once again the shadow layer of the die through the die cutting machine to cut out of fun foam.
After, I was done with the die cuttings I dried embossed a white card panel by running through the die cutting machine a butterfly embossing folder, and a piece of white card stock. Right after, the dry embossing was odne I trimmed the edges of the card panel off, and I adhered the backed of it to an A2 standard size white top folding card base. Then, I adhered the Jesus Loves You die cutting in one of the lower sides of the card panel. To finish the card off I adhered a few clear jewels in the center of each outlined butterflies, and finally as a finishing touch I decided to add glossy accent on top of the die cutting for a glossy look.
For the last example, I decided to use only part of the Jesus Loves You die cutting. So, to begin with I started by creating the card panel by smooshing the same color combination of distress oxide inks. Then, I waited for the ink smooshing to dried out, as soon as they were dry I sprayed the reactive mist on top of it, and I waited for the mist to dry out. In the meanwhile, I turned on the foiling machine with the right heat setting, and I made the die cutting by running through the die cutting machine 3X the die along with a few pieces of white card stock. Once, the die cuttings were done I carefully fussy cut just the Jesus word out of it, then I stacked each of the three cuts by adhering the backed of them with liquid glue. You will be able to see it in the picture down below, that I also used the shadow layer to cut that Jesus shadow out of vellum.
For the foiling part, I ran through the Minc Machine the card panel along with Silver Glitter foil. Once, the card panel was foiled I trimmed the edges off, and I adhered it to an A2 standard size white card base with foam mounting tape for dimension. Finally, I adhered the Jesus die cutting in one of the lower sides of the card, and to complemented it I white heat embossed in a piece of black card stock part of one of the sentiments from the Blessed Words stamp set. To finish the card off I covered the Jesus word with glossy accent for a glossy look.
So, that’s all for today! I hope these card inspire you to give the new Jesus Loves You die a try, as always I appreciate the time you take to read my blog posts. Down below you’ll find the supply list for all the products used in this post, as a referral from where they were received or purchased from.
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Jesus Loves You Die ( will be available next week)
Blessed Words Stamp
Clear Crystal Sequins
Cloud Mixable Stencil
Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Pen
WOW! Glitter Silver Fab Foil
Minc Foil Machine
Opaque Bright White Embossing Powder
Embossing Ink Pad
WOW! Heat Embossing Gun Tool
Neenah Classic Crest #110
Neenah Smooth Solar White #80
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I am creating this blog with the purpose of sharing how I design my cards, the information provided here is base in my own opinion and creativity. I am not an expert by any means, and I only share the way that I design my cards. All of the products used for this blog post were personally purchased by me. However, I did received the featured die from Mighty Hands. Please, keep in mind that all of the referral links were added for you to know from where I purchased or received the items from as all of the products shared, and mentioned in my blog posts are simply because I use and truly love them.