Today, I have something different to share with you. It is a wall art that I have been working on. On this, I have used several Altenew Stamps and Dies. I also used the Cotton Candy Crisp Ink to ink all the dies.
Can you tell how big this is? I measured it and it is 11 inches in width and 16.25 inches in height!
The first thing I did was format all the text and panels in Photoshop. The repetitive chalkboard pattern was because I added the chalkboard look of the printed panels in Photoshop. Next, I worked on the topmost panel with the name.
I used Altenew Clear Embossing Ink and Pure White Crisp Embossing Powder. Hence the crisp stamped look. To build this border I used Beautiful Day, Remember This and Just Because Stamp Sets. There is a bit of masking involved as well.
I die cut the Caps Bold Alpha Dies five times each to make the name stand out. I used the Mini Blossom Die Cutting Machine for this purpose. Next, I inked the topmost layer with Cotton Candy Crisp Ink. I also added glossy accents on these alphas.
After adhering the printed banner, I popped up the die cuts from the Rose Flurries 3D Die Set. This was the smallest flower in the die set.
The Simple Alphas Die Set has a look that goes with everything. If you pop them up irregularly, like I did, it gives a fun (comic) look. Which was exactly what I was going for since this is a kid's wall art.
I hope you liked the project.
Until next time.
Have a great weekend!