Happy Sunday everyone. I was tempted to make another rainbow and unicorn card, but instead I gave the unicorn a rest and created a rainbow and dragon card. 😉
The Rainbow Stripes were die cut from watercolor paper and coloured with Distress Oxide ink and a mini blending tool. They were spritz with water and dabbed with a paper towel, then set aside to dry. Once dry, clear shimmer was added to give them some sparkle. It looks really pretty IRL.
The dragon was stamped on a scrap of X-press It paper, coloured with Copics and die cut out with the matching die. The cloud was a leftover diecut piece from my bag of scraps. The sentiment was white heat embossed on a strip of black cardstock.
A stitched rectangle was die cut from Whisper White cardstock and adhered to a white top folding card base before the card was assembled Tumbled Glass distress ink was blended behind the dragon and cloud, which were popped up with foam adhesive for dimension. Several pastel sequins were added to finish.
Thank you for coming by and enjoy the rest of your day!
I am linking to the following challenges:
Freshly Made Sketches – FMS#284 Sketch by Karren
The Heart Desires – April 2017 #11
STAMPlorations – April Theme Stamps & Wings
STAMPlorations – Things with Wings Linky Party
Hello everyone. I want to share a simple but sweet peek-a-boo birthday card I created for my sweet little niece who just turned 13. Her birthday was actually at the end of September, but I was away on my trip and then I was sick last week. So with WCMD I was able to make her birthday card.
I die cut two A2 stitched rectangles from white cardstock and then die cut the two sizes of the rounded stitched rectangle openings. The rainbow and clouds were die cut also from white cardstock. The rainbow was coloured with Copics and finished off with some clear Wink of Stella.
I used the larger positive diecut of the rounded rectangle for the bottom layer which was adhered directly to the cardbase. Tumbled Glass distress ink was added to the bottom and middle layers for the sky. I stamped the dragons with Memento black ink, coloured them also with Copics and die cut them out with the matching dies. I mounted the middle and top layers with foam adhesives to give depth and dimension.
The card was assembled onto a white top folding card base. Stamped happy birthday on the inside and that was it.
Just Add Ink
SSS Wednesday Challenge
I am participating in the following:
Just Add Ink – #331 Wings
Kat Scrappiness – WCMD Card Challenge
SSS – Anything Goes
Hi there. I wasn’t sure if I was going to get my third and final entry into MFT’s Card Design Superstar Contest before I leave on a short trip, but I made it. As I mentioned in my last post, I have a lot of cute stamp sets from MFT, so I decided to pull a few out to create an interactive kids birthday card. My card was inspired by MFT’s Interactive Cake die and Party on a Card post by Sandy Allnock a coupe of days ago. And being a kids’ birthday card, I made it bright and colorful.
Here’s a short video on how it works. Unfortunately, I am new to videos and don’t know how to maximize the screen. If you have any suggestions, please contact me (tab above).
The bear pops up and surprises everyone at the party! *lol*
So let’s get started. On some white scrap pieces of ultrasmooth paper and my MISTI, I stamped with black Memento ink the gifts and bear from Beary Special Birthday. I used the masking technique to create the interactive image pieces. I colored with Copics and fussy cut them out. The white embossed surprise sentiment was a piece I didn’t use when I made THIS CARD because I opted for one with fishtail ends. I adhered the sentiment to the bear so he looks like he’s holding it.
Next, I die cut a Wonky Stitched Rectangle from ultrasmooth cardstock. I stamped the dragon from Magical Dagons, the elephant from Adorable Elephants and the balloons also from Beary Special Birthday directly on that piece and colored with Copics. For the slider portion, I used Surf & Turf with discs and did partial die-cutting to get a shorter slide channel. To put the card together, I used this video as a guide.
Once all pieces were attached and in place, I mounted the rectangle panel on foam adhesive. To finish, I added some sequins and glossy accents to the balloons.
I am participating in the following:
MFT Card Design Contest
MFT – 2016 Card Design Superstar Contest
Pixie’s Snipoets Playground – Week 247
Sunday Stamps – SSC 135 Happy Colors