Hi everyone. Just a quick reminder that there’s one week left to enter your CAS Snowman Christmas card into our May challenge at CAS Christmas.
So I didn’t think I had any snowman dies, but while going through my supplies for another project, I came across this Winter Scene Border die. Since I love rainbow colors any time of the year, I created this soft simple rainbow colour Christmas card.
First, two rectangle stick frames were die cut from a scrap of mix media paper. Watercolor block stamping was used to create the background by scribbling Zig markers in rainbow colours on an acrylic stamping block, spritzing with water then stamping onto one of the rectangles. It was set aside to dry. The other rectangle was die cut with the snowman border die.
Initially, I was going to stack the two white stick frames, but then decided to add some sparkle and die cut a frame from a scrap of silver foil sheets. The sentiment was silver heat embossed on a white stitched rectangle panel. The elements were assembled on the panel before it was mounted onto a white top folding card base. Clear shimmer added to the rainbow background finished off the card.
Hope to see your CAS snowman card in our gallery. For more inspirations from our talented guest Barb and my team, click HERE. Thank you for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!
Hello there. I’m back to another rainbow birthday card and this was a really simple one.
On a scrap of Neenah cardstock, the image was stamped with black Memento ink, coloured with Copics in rainbow colours and die cut out with the coordinating die. My alignment was a little off, so I had to do a little fussy cutting to even out the white border.
The sentiment from the same set was white heat embossed on a black A2 stitched rectangle from my stash. The ray backgroundwas just stamped with white pigment ink. The panel was adhered to a white top folding card base and Crystal Glaze was added to finish.
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 there. This is my final guest design post for Your Next Stamp (YNS). It has been such an honour and I’ve had a blast the past three months. Thank you YNS! 💕 So for my final project, the design team and guests were dared to Get Inky. So much fun for any crafter! All the projects from the design team and guests are posted on the YNS Blog. Leave a comment on that post for your chance to win a stamp set of your choice.
For today’s card, I got inky and created a scene card. I was going to create a traditional autumn harvest looking scene with brown, red, orange, and yellow, but then went for something brighter. And of course I had to bring back all those cuties from the Autumn Animals stamp set to create this.
The background was created on a white diecut Stitched Rectangle. The ground and sky masks were handcut from Post It Labelling tape. The ground was masked first and Mustard Seed, Worn Lipstick and Tumbled Glass distress inks were blended on with a mini blending tool for the sky. Then I went back over with a DIY cloud border stencil die cut from acetate to add the clouds. The ground mask was then removed and the sky area was masked next to create the ground with Mowed Lawn distress ink. Grass blades were added by flicking with a G17 Copic marker. And that completes the Get Inky dare.
The sentiment was white heat embossed on a black die cut banner. All the stamps in the Autumn Animals set were placed in the MISTI and stamped on X-press It paper with Memento back ink. They were coloured with Copics then fussy cut out. The stitched panel was mounted with foam adhesive on a white top folding card base before the scene was assembled.
And that does it for me. Don’t forget to head over to the YNS Blog to check out the rest of the Get Inky projects and leave a comment there for your chance to win a stamp set of your choice. Thank you for visiting. Have wonderful day!