LDRS Creative and ThermOWeb Collaboration | Die Cut Enamel Slim Line Pocket Card
Posted on December 07 2020
Hello, hello! It's Lynnea and welcome to the LDRS Creative and ThermOWeb collaboration week!! You'll find inspiration from both teams using products from both companies all week long! Yay! I used some new LDRS Creative goodies with some Neon Enamel Transfer Sheets from ThermOWeb. Sit back and get ready for a pop of neon!
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Let's get started with the background! I used Deco Foil Foam Adhesive Sheets from ThermOWeb and Poppin' Pink Neon Enamel Transfer Sheets to create that shiny "gumball" background. I peeled back one side of the backer paper on the foam adhesive and adhered the Neon Enamel Transfer Sheet over the top with the dull side against the adhesive and the shiny side up. I die cut the background using the Slim Line Droplet Pocket Die Set. This die set has two dies and I taped both the stitched border and the inner droplet die together using Purple Tape and cut the foam and enamel background just like I would if I was die cutting cardstock. The products die cut perfectly and it's easy to pop out all of the little pieces. I have a shiny background that looks like candy that is slightly dimensional! I added that onto a 3 x 5.5" slim line pocket sized card.
Now let's add some adorable images on top of this shiny background! I stamped the scene from the Ice Valley Stamp Set as well as the cute little critters from the Snow Much Fun Stamp Set with Raven Hybrid Ink and colored them with alcohol markers. I used the coordinating Ice Valley Die Set and Snow Much Fun Die Set to cut out the images using a bit of Purple Tape to help hold the dies in place.
I *almost* forgot a sentiment for this card! That's something I do quite a bit, unless I am creating the card around the sentiment. I used Raven Hybrid Ink to stamp the Christmas Wishes Sentiment Stack and die cut all of the sentiments with the Wave Ribbon Stack Coordinating Die. I chose my favorite and adhered it and my colored images onto my card using ThermOWeb adhesives.