The sentiment was then masked off and distress inks were blended in rainbow colours. For sparkle, the rainbow area was spritz with a DIY shimmer spray.
Next, the unicorn was stamped with black Memento ink and coloured with Copics. The present from the same set was stamped on a scrap of X-press It paper then fussy cut out. Clear Wink of Stella was added to the present and horn, and a few Crystal Clear sequins finished this card off.
Thanks for dropping by and Happy Easter to all who celebrate.
Hi everyone. I’m back today with a second punny CAS turtle Valentine’s/love card. Once you see the sentiment, you’ll know where my inspiration came from. 😂 I had so much fun with my turtle Valentine’s card yesterday that I decided to break out another NBUS set with a turtle. And here’s my card.
On a white A2 size piece of X-press It paper, I stamped the turtles with Memento black ink and coloured with YG01, YG03, YG17, G99 Copic markers. I then masked them and blended Peacock Feathers and Blueprint Sketch distress inks for a watery background. For texture I spritz with water, then dabbed with a paper towel to lift some colour.
With some creative masking and my MISTI, I customized the eturtle sentiment and white heat embossed on a strip of black cardstock. I cut around the right flipper of the right turtle to tuck the sentiment strip under.
Next I die cut the piece with a Stitch Rectangle before adhering it on a white top folding card base. To finish, I added clear Wink of Stella to the heart-shaped shells and added a few clear droplets because I thought they kinda look like bubbles.
Hi everyone. I guess I’m not ready to put my winter-themed products away yet because I am back today to share another CAS Winter card.
The icicle border was die cut from a scrap of white cardstock, covered with VersaMark and heat embossed with clear glitter embossing powder. On an A2 Whisper White panel, I stamped the snowflakes and falling snow with VersaMark then heat embossed them with clear embossing powder. On the upper half of the panel, I blended distress inks in a “peak” pattern to accentuate the hanging icicles. I used Tumbled Glass, Blueprint Sketch and Chipped Sapphire distress inks.
The panel was spritz with a DIY shimmer mist to give it more of a chilly, icy feel. I did the Camouflage Die Cut technique for the sentiment using NBUS Let It Snow die. For dimension, I also die cut one from white fun foam and stacked them.
The icicle diecut border was mounted with foam tape and the panel was adhered to a white top folding card base. The card is sparkly IRL so it didn’t need any bling or other embellishments.
Hello everyone. Today I have another WCMD card to share now that my friend has received it. One of the challenges is to make a card for a crafty friend. My friend, Dorothy, immediately jumped to mind. Unfortunately, she doesn’t have a blog and has not posted anything on her Instagram account. But she is a talented crafter and more importantly, an awesome person with a heart of gold. LIving in Canada, it can be extremely expensive to ship orders up here, especially with the weaker Canadian dollar. Therefore, I will sometimes have my orders sent just across the border. Living right by the border, Dorothy helps me out and picks up for me. Sometimes she even has her husband pick up. I am so grateful for her friendship and sent her this card to let her know.
This graffiti brick wall was inspired from THIS card by Debby Hughes. Debby created her brick wall with a whole lot of rectangle die cuts. Too much work. Instead I “stamped” the brick background with the Brick Wall embossing folder. I applied Mustard Seed, Wild Honey, Spiced Marnalade, Vintage Photo and Black Soot distress inks to the flat side of the embossing folder, then spritz it with water a maximum of three times to get a more grundgy look. Next I pressed a piece of Wonky Stitched watercolor paper on top for about 10 seconds before lifting it off and setting it aside to dry. I used a paper towel to remove areas of excessive water.
While it was drying, I die cut the awesome sentiment from a scrap of white cardstock and coloured it with Copics in a gradient of red, orange and yellow. I backed it onto the matching shadow piece die cut from a scrap of black cardstock. I wanted more dimension, so I die cut another shadow piece from a scrap of black fun foam and sacked them. I love word dies that come with the matching shadow. The other sentiments were stamped and white heat embossed on scrap strips of black cardstock. I wanted a little more red on the card, so I embossed the “thank you” part with Cherry Cobbler embossing powder over the white embossing. It’s a little darker than I wanted, but that was the only red embossing powder I had
As a finishing touch, I added some black splatters and then mounted the panel on a white top folding landscape card base.
Today I have a CAS one layer Father’s Day card that I made for a friend who will be celebrating his first Father’s Day with his 7-month old girl. She also happens to be my goddaughter. 😊
I would normally use masculine images to make a masculine card, but since my friend is a dad to a little girl, I used an adorable girl image this time. I did, however, stick to masculine colors to keep it masculine. I stamped the girl and puppy on white cardstock with Memento black ink. I colored them with Copic markers and then die cut them out with the matching dies.
I did some ink blending with distress inks over a grid stencil to create the background. The sentiment was heat embossed with white embossing powder on a strip of black cardstock. I did some omitting of two sentiment stamps to get the greeting to say what I want. DAD was die cut from white cardstock three times and stacked for dimension. I then colored DAD with the same Copic marker colors used to color her dress.
The A2 panel was adhered to a white top folding card base and Happy Father’s Day was stamped in black on the inside to finish.