Trippy Hippy Card

Posted by Justin Averill on

Hey Sassy Crafters! Justin here, and today I've got a super fun project that I created using the new Flower Child Stamp set, part of the Sassy & Crafty January Release!


For this project, I colored up the girl from the Flower Child stamp set and all of the flowers with my Copic Markers. I wanted to use a predominantly orange, pink and yellow palette, with little hints of green as well. I fussy cut each of the images out and set them aside.


To make my alcohol ink background, I took an A2-sized piece of photo paper and blended together pink, orange, yellow and green alcohol inks. I love this effect because it sorta reminds me of lava lamps, which totally fits the vibe of this set! I let this alcohol panel dry before using it again.


Taking a 2.75" x 5.5" piece of white blending cardstock, I blended the panel with yellow dye ink, placed the Mermaid Tails stencil over it, and blended with orange dye ink. I removed the stencil and framed the piece with hot pink cardstock.


For my sentiment strip, I chose the sentiment "Stay trippy little hippy" (I just think that sentiment is the cutest), cut it down into a 4.25" long strip on white paper, and blended some light green ink to give it a little bit of color.


I finally had all the pieces to start putting my card together!  adhered my sentiment strip and girl to my card using foam tape, and then adhered each of the flowers down using liquid adhesive. I also adhered a few embellishments as well to give the card some extra flair.


And that's how I made my hippy card!


Thank you so much for stopping by the Sassy & Crafty blog today! If you haven't yet, be sure to head on over to the store to get all of your new January Release goodies, including this super cute new Flower Child set!


To see more of my projects, please always feel free to check me out on my blog, Instagram and Pinterest!
Thank you so much again for stopping by the blog today, friends!
Happy Crafting!




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