For my final Timeless Tropical card this week I’ve got a cute aloha or Hello card to share. I also have some fun tips on how to use the dies included in the suite. Let’s get started.
I wanted to try out the pineapple dies and cut them first out of Pineapple Punch (of course) and Garden Green cardstock. I realized there were some embossed areas with the die and that gave me an idea.
I pressed the die into a Soft Suede ink pad and then used it to cut out another piece of pineapple punch cardstock. Look how great it turned out.
I did the same thing with the top of the pineapple, except I pressed the die into Garden Green and used Old Olive cardstock. I didn’t discard those first pieces, I used them behind the inked ones to add depth.
I stamped the flower on So Saffron cardstock with Calypso Coral ink then used a Blender Pen to pull the ink out over the petals.
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