Kylie Bertucci's International Blog Highlights | Silhouette Scenes

3 November 2020

 I am participating in Kylie Bertucci's International Blog Highlights this month and the theme of the blog hop is Thank You, Encouragment or something like that. For my card I decided to create an inspirational card using the Silhouette Scenes stamp and die set. Here is my card I created:

To create this card I used basic black cardstock for the base 29.7cm x 10.5cm.
I added a layer of the gorgeous Rainbow Glimmer paper 14.4 x 10cm 

I then die cut out the tree and Inspire sentiment from the Sweet Silhoutettes dies using Basic black cardstock. 

I stamped the image of the girl on the swing using memento ink onto a scrap piece of whisper white and fussy cut out the image. 

I lined up the images where I wanted them, then using the Fine Tip glue pen adhered them to the Rainbow glimmer paper layer. I wanted to keep the glimmer going, so I added Shimmery Crystal Effects to the sentiment, tree and girl. I added two of the clear gems from the Elegant Faceted Gems to use as the dots for the letter I's in Inspire. 

I just love the shimmery sparkle that was created in this card. A perfect card for someone you want to inspire to reach their dreams. 

Below is a list of the products I used, where you can click on them to find out more.


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  1. Silhouette cards are gorgeous and I love the addition of the shimmery crystal effects. Thanks Tracy for being part of my International Highlights this month! All the best with the voting.

    1. Thank you Kylie, the shimmery crystal effects is my new favourite!!

  2. This is fabulous, and such a great use of the crystal effects.

    1. Thank you so much, I have only recently discovered the crystal effects & I have fallen in love!


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