I have a quick and clean card using the new Peek-a-Boo Dots Die-namics. There are 5 neat rows of dots that cut "peek-a-boo" holes in your card stock, that you can then leave as-is, or tuck paper BEHIND for a cool effect. I decided to work in a rainbow palette.
I die-cut the dots from a Smooth White Card Stock base. Then, I cut 1/4" strips of card stock and adhered them behind the dots on the inside of the card base. To do that, I put strips of adhesive between the rows of dots and then laid the card stock in place.
The sentiment is from this month's Triple Scoop stamp set, Bold Statements, and was stamped in Black Licorice ink.
I added a strip of Black Licorice Card Stock the same height as the sentiment to offset the BOLD black sentiment.
Here is what it looks like inside the card. I patted any remaining adhesive with powder to "de-sticky" it and it leaves the inside looking nice and pretty. :)
Here is another card I created using Abstract Art, Paint Brushes Die-namics, and Art Expression Text. I can't get enough of those products. They are so fun and EASY to use. :)
I found a sentiment in a previously released stamp set, Clearly Sentimental about Art, and used the new stamps and dies to execute a literal interpretation of the sentiment.
I used a layout from a card I made previously and changed up the card using additional stamps and dies.
I stamped the Art Expression Text using Black Licorice on the background Razzle Berry layer. The heart was stamped with a brush stroke from Abstract Art in Razzle Berry ink. I mounted it on a piece of white sticky back canvas and framed it with the InstaFrame. I created a brush and added it to the side of the frame.
I added a couple other random splatters and paint strokes using Razzle Berry ink.