Hello crafty friends! It's Jennifer here to share a tutorial on how I decorated the new Hearts Acrylic Dividers. How cute are these just in time for Valentines Day? I'm going to show you my techniques for each card which I have included a process video.
For card #1, which is the large heart, I colored the top and bottom with alcohol ink in Fiesta. A nice bright pink color for Valentines Day!
Once my alcohol ink was dry, I flipped over my Divider and created a background with my stamp and StazOn Ink in black.
Lastly, I added a strip of patterned paper and embellishments to complete!
Here is a process video to show you how I decorated Card #1:
For Card #2, I colored the entire Divider with alcohol ink in light pink.
I forgot to take photos of my step by step techniques but I did create a video!
I love Card #3's cut out heart! So cute! I used two different pearlized alcohol inks in pink and green to color my acrylic.
Here is the process video:
Thank you for stopping by today! You can see all of the Acrylic and Chipboard Dividers by clicking HERE! Have a great day!
Additional products used: patterned paper, die cut shapes, stickers, chipboard stickers, brads, enamel dot: Simple Stories; alcohol ink, Distress Oxide Inks: Ranger; modeling paste: Teresa Collins Designs; adhesive: Beacon, Scrapbook.com, Adhesives by 3L; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; ink: Tsuneiko; stamp: Mama Elephant.