Tuesday, May 19, 2020

4 Sweet Cards with Rina K Designs Neon Glitz Glitter Gel

How absolutely EXCITED are you for the new line of Rina K Designs Electro - POP neon products?! I'm freaking out!! I super love the four colors of Neon Glitz Glitter Gels!









These four cards were very simple to make, but I have lots of photos, so buckle up! You're about to get a big dose of glittery neon goodness!









I started out by stamping a BUNCH of the sweet images from the Sweet Stuff stamp set with six of the Electro - POP ink colors. I used the four colors that match the new Neon Glitz Glitter Gels - Poppin Pink, Orange Glow, Hello Yellow, and Screamin Green - as well as Blaring Blue and Potent Purple. I stamped the donut, popsicle, and scoop of ice cream with each of the six neon colors and each of the cones six times with some tan colored ink. That gave me 24 sweet treats to work with!









Every single one of these treats needed an extra punch of neon and some glitter! I used the four colors of Rina K Designs Neon Glitz Glitter Gel - Poppin Pink, Orange Glow, Hello Yellow, and Screamin Green - with the Sweet Stuff Stencil to add details to each of the treats. This is so easy to do! I sprayed the back of the Sweet Stuff Stencil with Pixie Spray and lined up the stencil detail with the stamped treat and used a Stencil Pal to spread some Neon Glitz Glitter Gel over the top. I simply used a baby wipe to clean the stencil and then moved on to the next treat and the next color of Neon Glitz Glitter Gel until all of my images had glittery goodness!









I set the pieces aside to dry and worked on my backgrounds. I used the Sweet Stuff Stencil again, but this time I used the waffle cone pattern with the Electro - POP inks. I used the same six colors I used for stamping so that everything would coordinate - Poppin Pink, Orange Glow, Hello Yellow, Screamin Green, Blaring Blue, and Potent Purple. I used finger tip sponge daubers and added little blobs of color here and there on the background - keeping blendable colors next to each other. I used some Purple Tape to mask off the stencil and once I had one strip of stenciling done I shifted the stencil to the right and continued blending so that I could have a full background. I did this for three backgrounds. So much neon inky goodness!









I stamped out a bunch of sentiments from the Sweet Stuff stamp set and added the backgrounds, images, and sentiments to my four cards using a mix of iCraft Ultra Bond Liquid Adhesive, Gina K Designs Adhesive Dot Runner, and Gina K Designs White Foam Squares. And that's it! I love the way these turned out! They're so bright and happy!

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