Ooo… looks who’s back and that even with a Eid card! When DStampss sent me her Mini Muslims Stamp Set, it was the perfect opportunity to practice some skin tone coloring! No where near perfect, but I’m happy with the results!
As you may have noticed over the past week or so, I have been trying to create CAS (clean and simple) cards, and I’ve been enjoying embracing the “white space”. So for these cards, instead of inking the whole background or adding a cover die cut, I cut a masjid/mosque shade die (min is from an old My Monthly Hero card kit, but you can use a Cricut or hand cut one using a stencil) to create the focal point of my card.
I heat embossed the lantern image from the Lanterns and Little dua Makers stamp set with white embossing powder, and ink blending on to it. I buffed it with a cloth after to let the embossing peak through. Then I stamped, colored and fussy cut the two images holding balloons. I adhered them using foam tape for a little added dimension. Lastly I stamped the sentiment using black ink.
I hope that this inspired you to create Eid cards to share with friends and family! Please tag me @everydayengineered on Instagram when you create something! I’d love to see it!