Hi there. Green is not just for St. Patrick’s Day! 😉 Here’s a birthday card I created using a NBUS stamp set I’ve had for quite a while.
To begin, the wreath and some individual leaf images were stamped on X-press It paper with black Memento ink. The individual leaves were used to fill in the sparse areas on the wreath and make it look fuller. They were coloured with Copics, then fussy cut out since I don’t have the matching dies.
Then on a Wonky Stitched Rectangle panel die cut from hot press watercolor paper, masking was used to clear heat emboss the music strip background. Shabby Shutters and Peeled Paint distress inks were applied to it with a Clarity brush and excess ink was wiped off with a tissue for a little emboss resist. The sentiment from the same set was white heat embossed on black cardstock. I was going to add some green sequins, but decided to add some green splatters instead.
The panel was adhered to a white top folding cardbase before all elements were assembled. To give the wreath some depth, shading was added with a gray colored pencil. Crystal glaze on the green leaves finished off the card.
And that is all. Thank you for visiting. Enjoy your day.
Hi there. I’m back to share my second Christmas card for the CAS Christmas March challenge Holly. As I mentioned in my first post, I don’t have a dedicated holly stamp or die, but I do have products with holly in them. The stamp I used for my card today is one of my favourites. It is versatile and covers a lot of themes such as holly, poinsettias, wreath, critters, Santa hat, etc. And it’s fun to colour. 😉
To begin, the image was stamped in the centre with black Memento ink on an A2 size stitched panel die cut from Neenah cardstock and coloured with Copics. After I finished colouring, I accidentally smeared some ink on the panel. Since I didn’t want to start over, I fussy cut it out and adhered it to a stitched Kraft A2 panel from my stash.
The sentiment (discontinued) was black heat embossed with clear glitter embossing powder. The Kraft panel was adhered to a white top folding card base and clear shimmer was added to the poinsettias and bow to finish.
The challenge deadline is March 24, so there’s still plenty of time to play along. For more inspirations from my team, click HERE. I thank you for taking the time to stop by. Can’t wait to see what you create. Have a great day!
Hi everyone. I can’t believe it’s December 1st already! The crazy busy season has started. So I’m just sneaking in a CAS Christmas card.
Stamped the bird image with Memento black ink on a scrap of X-Press It paper. Coloured it with Copics then die cut out with the matching die.
Die cut the branch (retired Memory Box – thanks Nancy 😉) from brown cardstock. Die cut Noel twice from white scraps. Ombré coloured Noel with Copics and added clear glitter.
Adhered all the pieces onto a white stitched rectangle from my stash. Placed a snow stencil over the whole panel and applied white embossing paste. Once the paste dried, mounted the panel with foam adhesives onto a white top folding card base to finish.
Hello there. Today I am sharing a card that I made for a friend who’s been having a rough time lately. Unfortunately, she hasn’t received this yet, and when she does, I hope it will brighten her day a little. And I’m proud to report that I made it with all NBUS (Never Before Used Stuff)! I couldn’t believe it – FOUR off my massive NBUS list!!! Thanks, Darnell, for running this great challenge. And here’s my card.
I wanted to make a pink hello card with the NBUS Polar Bear Pals stamp set that I just got a week ago. To start, a white A2 piece of cardstock was dry embossed with NBUS Softly Falling embossing folder. The bears were stamped on scraps of X-press It paper with Memento black ink, coloured wth RV and C gray Copic markers then fussy cut out. Friend from NBUS Thoughtful Messages (a gift from sweet Loll) was white heat embossed on a scrap of black cardstock. I wanted the left bear to hold it, so I cut around his arm and tucked it under.
The letters from NBUS Bold Alphabetwere die cut from more scraps of X-press it paper and also from black cardstock to be stacked. The white diecut letters were coloured with the same RV Copic markers as the scarves.
The embossed panel was mounted onto a white landscape top folding cardbase before the card was assembled. The bears were mounted with foam adhesive for dimension and clear shimmer was added for some sparkle to finish.
Hi there. I’m just dropping in quickly to share a CAS birthday card I created today. I have several coming up. And with AAA Cards challenge #98 Creatures Great and Small, I took the opportunity to use a NBUS summer set I recently bought. Trying to savour the last bit if summer. 😆
I guess someone should have told this flamingo not to drink and rollerskate. 😂 The flamingo and sentiment were stamped with Memento black ink on a white stitched rectangle die cut from Neenah cardstock.
Masking, distress inks, a Radiating Rays stencil and a mini blending tool were used to create this mini boardwalk scene. i have a little confession. Initially I created a sandy beach scene and then realized you can’t rollerskate on sand! 😂 Wasn’t even thinking.
The flamingo was coloured with Copics and a few motion lines were drawn in with a Copic multiliner. The panel was mounted to a white top folding card base with foam tape. Clear shimmer was added to the rays to finish.
As I mentioned, it’s a quick one. 😂 Thank you for visiting. Have a great day.