Happy Saturday everyone. Let’s get right to it, shall we? We have a great sketch challenge this week at Less is More (LIM). Hope you will play along with us this week. Please welcome back our sponsor this month Happy Little Stampers. And to celebrate STAMPtember, they are offering free worldwide shipping till the end of the month! Click here for all the details.
I made this card for a friend whose birthday is next week. The air balloons were stamped on scraps of X-press It paper, coloured with Copics and die cut out. Salty Ocean distress ink was added with a mini blending tool to a white stitched rectangle panel to create the sky background. The sentiment was white heat embossed on a black die cut banner. The panel was adhered to a white top folding card base before assembling. Clear shimmer on the balloons and a few clear sequins were added to finish.
I made this card for my crafty friend, Di, who celebrated her birthday this past Tuesday. The idea came from the orchestra interlude Flight of the Bumblebee. I also wanted to use that yippee diecut that I had saved after not using it on a project. All images were stamped with Memento black ink on A2 size X-press It paper. Masking was used to stamp the flower cluster. Did some simple colouring and shading with Copic markers. White heat embossed it’s your birthday on a black cardstock strip. Mounted panel onto a white top folding card base. Added clear shimmer to the bee’s wings and white yippee to finish.
Happy Saturday everyone. It’s one layer card week at Less is More (LIM) and it’s a good one. Challenge #345 is Colouring In. So many possibilities with this one. Our generous sponsor this month ince again is Happy Little Stampers.
I don’t use colour pencils very often, but I love the look of it especially on Kraft. Stamped the azaleas with Intense Blackink on a top folding Kraft card base and coloured in with Prismacolor pencils. Used a rectangle die to trace a frame with a black marker. Black heat embossed the sentiment. Added clear shimmer to the flowers and a few black Nuvo drops (thanks Nonni 😉) to finish.
I was working on something else, but it didn’t work out so I went back to my favourite colouring method. 😜 Stamped the chickie with Memento black ink on a white no bleed-through Copic-friendly top folding card base. Masked it, then stamped the branch. Next, masked the branch as well as above and below the images, leaving a panel across the middle. Ink blended Squeezed Lemonade and Spun Sugar distress inks over a cloud stencil with a mini blending tool to create the sky background. Removed masks and coloured in with Copics. Stamped the sentiment with Versafine black ink and added clear shimmer to the pink clouds to finish.
That does it for me this week. For more inspirations, please check out my team’s personal blogs, which you can access from the LIM blog HERE. Once again, a friendly reminder to keep it clean and simple (CAS) and to follow the challenge guidelines. Can’t wait to see your creations. Thank you for visiting and have a lovely day!
This was created for my teamie, Nonni, whose birthday was this past Tuesday. Happy birthday, Nonni! My idea was inspired from the image itself where I just used a real candle in place of the one in the image. The candle was cut in half lengthwise to provide a flat side for adhering. A scallop frame was die cut from a scrap piece of X-press It paper. Buddy with the cupcake and the sentiment were stamped with black Memento ink on the inside piece and coloured with Copics. Buddy was then masked and Mustard Seed distress ink was added to the background with a mini blending tool. Dimensional inlaid diecutting was used to piece the frame image onto a white top folding card base. Clear shimmer added to the cupcake and a few clear sequins finished off the card.
Just one again from me this week, but be sure to check out my team’s personal blogs for more inspirations. Then get crafting and link up your creations. Just make sure it is CAS and follows the challenge guidelines . Thank you for stopping by, Have a great week.
Who doesn’t love a tropical paradise holiday with palm trees and a beautiful sunset? But my tropical paradise would be comfortable warm and not hot. When it’s hot, I just don’t function. This is why I used cool colours and not the traditional red, orange and yellow. The image and sentiment were black heat embossed on a white Stitched Rectangle panel. A reverse circle mask was then die cut from a Post It note and distress inks were blended on with a mini blending tool. Excess ink was wiped off with a tissue and the panel was mounted with fun foam on a top folding card base. A few clear sequins finished off the card.
Only one perfect holiday, so only one from me this week. 😂 Be sure to check out my team’s personal blogs for more inspirations. Hope you can join us this week. As always, remember to keep your cards CAS and to follow the challenge guidelines. Thank you for visiting and have a wonderful week!