Hi friends! Happy Tuesday, and please join me in welcoming back special guest Caly Person to our blog with the latest edition of Crafty with Caly! Please read on and be sure to watch the video for all the details! Enjoy!
Hi there! It’s Caly and I’m so excited you’re here! I’m creating a mushroom terrarium using some Pinkfresh Studio products today.
Stencils are such an easy way to add and blend color to images. My first tip is to die-cut first before stenciling. This will ensure you stencil each die-cut perfectly. It might be difficult to line things up perfectly if you stencil first.
Once all of my terrarium images were ink-blended, I set them aside to work on my terrarium frame. I die-cut a dome window using the Terrarium die and die-cut the base using Matte Gold Cardstock. To add detail to the frame, I ran it through my die-cut a second time using the Dotted Scallop Cover Plate.
The final step of creating a scene is always my favorite! I attached my images using liquid glue and 3D foam squares. Before attaching the little stars and sparkle bits, I prepared a sentiment using the Wonderful Sentiments set. I added some Copic dots to add texture to my mushrooms using R56 and B06. To finish, I added some highlights using my white gel pen too.
I hope you enjoyed this! Thanks for visiting today! ~Caly
Thanks so much for stopping by, and thanks to Caly for being our guest!