Hi there. I am sharing a CAS birthday card today.. It was really quick to make since most of the pieces were from snippets I already had.
A few Sundays back, I had a craftydate with friends (Loll, Christine and Susan) and we did smooshing with tissue paper and Distress Oxide (DOx) inks. I came home with seven different pieces. The Wilted Violet / Cracked Pistachio one was used here. It was glued to a scrap of white cardstock and then die cut with a NBUS hexagon die.
The hexagon die was then used to die cut on a white Stitched Rectangle snippet panel. For dimension, the hexagons were also die cut from black cardstock and stacked for dimensional inlay diecutting. The sentiment was black heat embossed.
The outline butterfly was attached to the solid butterfly only in the centre to allow the wings to move freely for a 3-D effect. The butterflies were also snippets. And that finishes the card.
Hello there! Hope you enjoyed our special 2-week collaboration challenge with AAA Cards. Today we are back to our weekly challenges at Less is More. For challenge #338, it’s Anything But Stamps. No stamps allowed. Our generous sponsor this month is Happy Little Stampers. On a side note, they are having a huge giveaway until the end of the month. It’s worth checking out
This was super easy to make. On an A2 size smooth Bristol paper, various blue distress inks were blended in the masked area, then spritz with water for texture. The snowflakes and sentiment were die cut twice from the same Bristol paper and stacked for dimension. Added a vellum strip then mounted the panel on a white top folding card base. Coloured a few rhinestones with B29 Copic marker and added them to the snowflakes to finish.
My second card was just as easy to make. This time distress inks were blended through a butterfly stencil in rainbow colours on a Wonky Stitched watercolour panel. It was spritz with water again for texture. The hello sentiment was die cut four times from black cardstock and stacked. Clear shimmer was added to it to finish.
Hope you will join us this week. Be sure to check out my teamies’ personal blogs for more inspirations. Remember to keep your cards CAS and follow the challenge guidelines. Thank you for visiting. Happy crafting with no stamps and have a great week!
Hello there. I received my order from Simon Says Stamps yesterday and knew I had to ink up one of their stamp sets right away. I also wanted to try something a little different for today’s simple friendship card.
It was coloured with white and black pencils. First time colouring on colour cardstock other than Kraft and it’s kinda cool. I may have to try this more often. For some sparkle, clear shimmer was added to the petals and buds. It’s hard to tell, but it is really sparkly against the black IRL.
I didn’t have a nice yellow colour cardstock, so the friend sentiment was die cut from a scrap of X-Press It paper and coloured with Y06 Copic marker. Ok, so my Copics didn’t truly get a break after all, 😂 For dimension, friend was die cut from black cardstock three more times. The panel was adhered to a white top folding card base and some Clear Rain Drops finished off the card.
Hello everyone! I’m back today for my final post as the July release guest designer at Your Next Stamp (YNS). This month’s DT Dare is to create a project based on the theme It’s a Boy Thing using the re-release products. All projects can be seen on the YNS blog. Leave a comment on that post by July 14 for your chance to win a stamp set of your choice.
I had to bring back For the Boys stamp set to make this masculine card. The beer image was stamped with black Memento ink on a piece of X-Press It paper and coloured with Copics. It was then masked and the legs were stamped. The legs were masked next so brown and yellow ink can be added to the background with a mini blending tool.
The splats were stamped in the same yellow and the sentiment in black. The panel was trimmed down to 4.75″ x 3.5″ and mounted on brown cardstock with a 1/8″ border.
The whole panel was adhered on a Kraft top folded card base at an angle…because he’s tipsy. 😂 Glossy Accents was then added to the beer mug for a glass look. Googly eyes and a small Retro gumdrop were added to finish.
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I think I was still stuck on the theme It’s a Girl Thing because I used a fun masculine set and created a feminine card. I thought it worked great for females too. Besides, women use smartphones, can BBQ and drink beer, don’t they? 😂 The phone was stamped on white cardstock and pink pattern paper for paper piecing. It was then die cut out with the matching die. To make it look even more feminine, eyelashes were added with a black Copic multiliner
The panel was backed onto dark gray cardstock and then adhered to a white top folded card base. The phone was mounted with a mini action wobble…because it’s on vibrate. 😂 Some pink sparkly gumdrops were added to finish. Check it out in action.
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