Hi Crafty Friends,
Today I am sharing another Reveal Wheel Card using stamps and dies from Lawn Fawn.
Here is a quick video to see my card in action.
To create the background for my card, I started by die cutting the Square Reveal Wheel base using the Circle Add-On. I then used Distress Oxide inks in Picked Raspberry, Wilted Violet and Dusty Concord to apply inks with blender brushes.
Next I placed Altenew's Warp Speed Stencil to the card so that the centre of the stencil was around the circle opening. I then applied the same inks over the background. I moved the stencil slightly and used Hero Arts Unicorn White Pigment ink to add more detail.
To finish the background I splattered Liquid Stardust all over the background.
I die cut a piece of cork designer paper using the bottom portion of the Square Reveal Wheel die and adhered this to the bottom of the panel.
I stamped the Fortune Teller and used the coordinating dies to die cut the image and after coloring I adhered it over the circle opening.
I also used the sentiments for inside the crystal ball onto the Reveal Wheel Circle.
I die cut the curtains from the Shadow Box Theatre Add-On die set from silver glitter cardstock. I then blended some Wilted Violet Distress Oxide ink over the glittered curtains. I carefully placed the curtains into the Square Reveal Wheel die so I could die cut the curtains so they had the stitching detail and cut around the half circle opening on the right.
To finish off the front of the card I stamped the sentiment along the bottom of the card and added the stars which are also from the Shadow Box Theatre Add-on die set.
Here is a look at each of the 4 images which are revealed when you turn the wheel at the side of the card.
For the inside of the card I die cut a square panel using Elizabeth Craft Designs Dashing Squares die set.
I stamped the "Your Day Will Be...." sentiment from the Fortune Teller stamp set to the top of this panel. I then stamped "Awesome" from the Catherine Pooler Awesome and Wonderful Clear Stamp set.
To finish off the inside of the card I added stars which were die cut using the Shadow Box Theater Add On die set.
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