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Video: Color Changing Peek-a-Boo Photo

Aug 21, 2020 Channin Pelletier

Hello everyone! This is Channin here and today I have a video and an interactive card to share featuring the Vineyard HeroScape stamp set and the Rectangle Peek-a-Boo Doors Mini Infinity Dies. Watch the video to see how I use different color palettes to create two photos, one in black and white and the other in color, and then add an easy color-changing interactive element!

(If you are having trouble viewing this video, please try watching it HERE on YouTube.)

To create this card I first trimmed white cardstock down to create three 3” x 4 1/8” panels. I then positioned the largest Rectangle Peek-a-Boo Doors Mini Infinity Die on one of the panels and traced it. Next, I positioned the first layer from the Vineyard HeroScape stamp set in my MISTI, inked it up in Fog Reactive Ink and then stamped the first panel.

I then removed the panel, grabbed a second one, and stamped it with the first layer in Key Lime Fizz Reactive Ink. I positioned the second layer for the Vineyard, inked it in Wet Cement and stamped my first panel. Next, I popped my second panel into my MISTI and stamped it with the second layer inked in Moss. I repeated this process for the third layer using Charcoal on the first panel and a combination fo Pine and Cup O’ Joe for the second. I then finished the second panel by stamping the grapes in Thistle Reactive Ink and Mulled Wine. 

Next, I made two quick masks by stamping the second and third layers on scrap paper and fussy cutting them out. I then positioned the third layer mask on my first panel and then stamped a house in Charcoal. I then positioned the mask on the second panel and stamped the house again but this time in Cup O’ Joe. Next, I masked off the hills and then ink blended the sky for both panels.

Once I finished the blending the skies, I stamped some additional images from the set onto white cardstock. I stamped the barrel in Caramel and Cup O’Joe ink, a wine bottle in Pine, and a wine glass in Soft Pool. Once the images were stamped I Copic colored them to fill in the negative spaces and add wine to the wine glass. When I finished with the images I then die cut them out with the matching dies and set them aside. 

Next, I die cut the first panel with the largest Rectangles Peek-a-Boo Doors Die. Then with a craft knife I cut the door off at the fold and used the remaining frame as a guide to help me position the die and then die the third panel. I then stamped a sentiment onto the two stamped panels in INTENS-ified Black Ink and adhered the first panel onto the front of the third. Next, I die cut a second door with the Rectangle Peek-a-Boo Die and some scrap cardstock and adhered it to the back of the third panel to add some strength and lift to make it easier to grab. I then adhered this stack door over my second stamped panel. I finished my card by adhering the door onto an A2 top-folding Sand card base. 

I hope you enjoyed my card and video! Thank you so much for stopping by!

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3 Responses

Debra Ranta

Debra Ranta

August 29, 2020

WOW is about all I can say about the above card. Channin is so talented and I’m grateful that she shared her immense knowledge of working with inks with us. Thank you.

Pattie Duffy

Pattie Duffy

August 24, 2020

I LOVE LOVE Love this card and technique. I am really into the heroscapes, and folks are thrilled to receive them. Thank you for demonstrating.

Linda W. (ScrappinBari)

Linda W. (ScrappinBari)

August 21, 2020

Fabulous peek-a-boo card with the vineyard scene, Channin! Thanks for the video tutorial too – love how you made this!

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