The Electro-POP line from Rina K Designs is truly FABULOUS! The vibrant colors are sure to brighten anyone's day! And the colors all coordinate so well together. I decided to use a mix of the Elctro-POP inks, Neon Flock Transfer Sheets, and Neon Enamel Transfer Sheets together to make this sunshiney card. I grabbed a few of the Electro-POP inks to start - Screamin' Green, Raging Red, and Orange Glow - and the new Rina K Designs Sending Sunshine Stamp n' Stencil. I used the leaf images from the Sending Sunshine stamp set and the Screamin' Green ink to create a quick tropical background for my card. The Screamin' Green ink is a lime green color that I just love! I chose some of my favorite fruits to be the focal point of my card and stamped them with the Ranging Red and Orange Glow Electro-POP inks.
I used the Sending Sunshine Stencil and Pixie Spray to add Deco Foil Transfer Gel DUO onto the pineapple and orange stamped images and set them aside to dry until the DUO Gel was completely clear. I actually let them dry overnight - I find I get the best results when I'm sure the DUO Gel is good and set. Now for the fun part! Deciding which coordinating Electro-POP products to use! I decided to go with the matching Orange Glow Deco Foil Neon Flock Transfer Sheets for the orange slice and new Hello Yellow Deco Foil Neon Enamel Transfer Sheets for the pineapple. The Neon Flock Transfer Sheets work just like the original ones - you want to add the Flock Transfer Sheets pretty side DOWN into the DUO Gel. The great thing about the DUO Gel is that you can now use it with or without heat! That's great for me! I have a small work area and I have my die cutting machine permanently on my desk, but I have to get out my laminator each time I use it. Instead of having to wait for it to fully heat up I can just place the Flock Transfer Sheets face down into the DUO Gel and run it through my die cutting machine and get the same results as I do with the laminator but without the hassle! Yay!! The Neon Enamel Transfer Sheets work almost the same way as Deco Foil Transfer Sheets - you want to place the Enamel Transfer Sheet face UP over the DUO Gel and then run it through your laminator or die cutting machine. I used my die cutting machine. The Neon Enamel Transfer Sheets are SO SO SO cool! I love the way it looks like an enamel embellishment all shiny and smooth!
I die cut a stitched shape and blended on some light gray ink through the new Sweet Stuff Stencil and stamped a sentiment from the Sending Sunshine stamp set at the bottom. I adhered my die cut to the card with iCraft Ultra Bond Liquid Adhesive and my fruit shapes with iCraft 3D White Foam Squares. I hope you enjoyed this peek at some of the new Electro-POP products from ThermOWeb!
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