For all those celebrating Ramadan, Eid Mubarak!
I m making this post simple. I fell head over heels in love with the new Altenew stamps. They are so beautiful and alluring. My first purchase from Altenew was the Eid Mubarak set because I wanted to create a card which had the arabic version of Eid Mubarak.
I wanted only the arabic image in the front panel and I tried to merge the colors black and gold (hoping to replicate mecca colors) . Gold and black is always a pretty combo, isn’t it?
The starry backdrop was made by overlapping the stamping of stars stamp (from lawn fawn), as I do not have a falling stars stamp. How I wish I had it to create the falling stars image!
The black panel was created by stamping lawn fawn stamp (stars) with versamark and gold embossing and tied with a golden satin ribbon.
The die cut was embossed with a embossing tool (edges have a bit of elevation) after coloring with antique linen distress ink. The Altenew stamp set was used with versamark ink and ranger gold embossing powder to create the arabic sentiment! I m so in love with the ranger gold embossing powder.
The sentiment inside read – May the Guidance of Allah Be with you and your family with happy Eid from the same stamp set.
Paper: Bazzill marshmallow cardstock (white), black cardstock, neenah solar white cardstock for die cut
Stamps: Altenew Eid Greetings , Lawn fawn Teeny Tiny backdrops (stars stamp)
Ink: Versamark ink for the heat embossing, memento ink for sentiment inside. antique linen distress ink
Die: Nestabilities Label 4
Misc: Ranger gold embossing powder , gold satin ribbon, Heat tool, ATG
Enjoy the Ramadan Feast!