Monday, September 21, 2015

Make It Monday: Two-Toned Sentiments...

Happy Monday! What do you have planned for today? I'm up with this week's Make It Monday video tutorial over at Papertrey Ink. Hope you'll swing by to watch the video and play along in this week's challenge!

The challenge this week is "two-toned sentiments". You can use Papertrey Ink's striped cover plates dies to get this look, or in the video I'll show you how to make these without the cover plates as well. Visit Nichole Heady's blog to see the Two-Toned Sentiments tutorial and play along for your chance to win a Papertrey Ink gift certificate! The Graceful Greetings and Bitty Bouquets stamp sets were used on these cards.

Two-toned sentiment cards:
(All supplies by unless otherwise noted.)
STAMPS: Graceful Greetings, Bitty Blooms INK: True Black, Orange Zest, Raspberry Fizz, New Leaf inks; Versamark ink - craft supply
PAPER: True Black, white
DIES: Bitty Blooms, Cover Plate: Stripes Vertical
OTHER: twine - The Twinery, white embossing powder - craft supply.

Have an amazing day!


Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

Love this! Thanks for the inspiration.

Cindy Coutts @ Cindy B Designs said...

Hi Dani. Your cards are lovely and truly inspiring. I never would have thought of that idea to 2-tone my sentiments. It's great. I also really enjoyed your class on Craftsy too. I learned a lot of out of my safety box techniques that is changing the way that I craft. It was well worth the investment. Thanks again! Have a great day! PS: Your countdown projects were beautiful too!

DIANA L. said...

This is super Danielle. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial.

Anonymous said...

I couldn't wait to get home from work to watch the video. Beautiful cards and the technique is so interesting - I can't wait to give it a try since I have the cover plates and love black and white color schemes. thanks for sharing your beautiful ideas.

jintyoo7 said...

FANTASTIC cards, and I love this technique. Have watched the video and I am trying (as we speak - or type - lol) to replicate the technique somehow :-)

Thank you!!!

Kathy Mc said...

No cover plates but loved the technique. Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us, Danielle! Going to save this technique in my crafting brain to try it again when I have more time. Hope life is improving for you every. single. day!

Unknown said...

These are so strikingly beautiful and trendy! I LOVE how inventive you were with these! The video is so helpful too, thank you!