Today we welcome Mona Toth, a design team member from Therm O Web, who is here to inspire us with some BRIGHT cards using the new Rina K. Designs Electro Pop products! We know they will brighten your day! 


Hi, it’s Mona, and I am super excited to be on the Scrapbook & Cards Today Blog today! I am going to use various new products from Rina K. Designs, like new Electro-Pop StampnStencil sets, Neon Glitz Glitter Gels, Electro Pop inks and more to create two fun cards!


Supplies | Therm O Web Rina K. Designs: Sweet Stuff Stamp’n Stencil Stamp SetSending Sunshine Stamp’n Stencil Stamp SetElectro Pop Inks, Neon Glitz Glitter GelNeon Enamel Transfer Sheets; Therm O Web: Pixie SprayDeco Foil Stencil PalDeco Foil Transfer Gel3D White Foam SquaresMemory Tape Runner XL™; Other: watercolor paper; clear sequins; white pen 

I first began with stamp layering. I stamped the solid images from the brand new Sweet Stuff and Sending Sunshine Stamp’n Stencil Stamp Sets by Rina K. Design using the Electro Pop Inks rainbow order. Once the stamping was complete, I ran them through my die-cut machine with the coordinating dies. 


Next, I added to the stamped ice cream images the new Neon Glitz Glitter Gel in Orange Glow and Poppin’ Pink colors. I first sprayed the stencil with Pixie Spray and then set onto my cardbase. I applied the Glitz with my Deco Foil Stencil Pal through the coordinating stencil and let the cards dry. Always remember to promptly clean your stencil and Stencil Pal after using!


When I was done with the Glitz Glitter Gel, I decided to make the lemon with Neon Enamel Transfer Sheets. I followed the same process as with the Glitz Glitter Gels, but this time I used the Deco Foil Transfer Gel. When it completely dried, I ran it through my laminator with the Hello Yellow Neon Enamel Transfer Sheets, then I peeled off the transfer sheet to reveal the glossy finish. I really love this squeezy look! 


Next, I created teal watercolor backgrounds with splatters in darker and lighter colors. Look how these cute images pop from the teal background!

When the used mediums were dry, I put my cards together with the Memory Tape Runner XL™.  When assembling the cards I wanted to add a little dimension, so I adhered the die-cuts with 3D White Foam Squares to the card base. 


For some final touches, I embellished my cards with sequins, heart sprinkles and added dots with a white pen. Now I’m ready to send some sunshine! Thanks so much for joining me today, and I hope you have been inspired to create some bright projects of your own!



What bright and beautiful cards! Be sure to follow Therm O Web at the links below to see more Rina K. Designs inspiration, and let’s give a very special thanks to Mona Toth for inspiring us today!