Braille greeting card - Drops of love

Feeling sometimes in one of the senses that allows people to get the only image of things. A card sharing the love through feeling with raised from paper decorations created with GooseBumps and Amplify! mediums and a Braille card sharing the message.

Imagine supplies

Other supplies
ScrapBerry’s Circles stamp
Buddly Crafts wooden hearts 40mm
White cardstock
Little heart embellishments

 

On a 6 ¼ x 4 ¼ in cardstock use the GooseBumps to make small drops. Using the irRESISTible Pico embellisher summer sky place a little drop on each the former ones. Mix a bit with a pointed tool. Let them dry well.

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Randomly pass the card with strokes the Memento Bahama blue and then with the shimmer Creative MEDIUM using the stipple brush.

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Add further color with the Memento Bahama blue as soon as the shimmer medium dries.

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Stamp the circles stamps with the VersaMark and emboss with the Imagine’s white embossing powder.

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Color the wooden hearts with the Memento Lady bug inkpad.

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Set the wooden hearts on the card using the TEAR IT! Tape.

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Draw clouds around the hearts with the Amplify! white color and heat it with a hot air gun.

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Cut a 2 ¾ x 1 ⅕in card. Distress it wit the Memento Lady bug inkpad and form the dot message of Braille code with the help of the StazOn Studio Glaze jet black.

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Cut a 2 ¾ x ½in card, distress with the Memento Bahama blue and handwrite the message with the irRESISTible Pico embellisher Morocco.

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Glue the cards on the main card and embellish with the little hearts.

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One Response to “Braille greeting card – Drops of love”

  1. […] What a wonderful idea to incorporate braille onto a card! Even if the recipient doesn’t read braille the sentiment is still a wonderful idea and maybe they’ll learn something new by finding out what the phrase means. The raised dots were added using a dimensional liquid. You can find complete directions for making this lovely card over on The Crafts World blog. […]

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