Gummiapan Collaboration | Glückwunsch
Here is my latest card for Gummiapan and today I’m featuring the Glückwunsch die in a special way:
I started by creating a top-folded card base from green cardstock. I used the newest Gummiapan stencil No.6 to create more interest on the card front. I sponged over the stencil using blending tools and white pigment ink, then left it dry. I die cut the German word Glückwunsch from a piece of rectangle white cardstock and only used the negative part. I fixed vellum paper behind and adhered it to the card front using foam pads for more depth. To finish off my card, I die cut the Straight Grid from white cardstock, placed it as shown using glue and adhered a few enamel dots for more interest. I really love the result of the negative die cut and how it works so well to highlight the sentiment.
Here is Glückwunsch die I’ve used:
Gummiapan has LOTS of funny German and English sentiments. You can see the German sentiments HERE and the English text stamps HERE! Don’t miss their AMAZING die collection HERE! Please go to the website to check them out!
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That’s all for me today! I’ll be back soon with more inspiration. Thanks for visiting.