Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Using a Mix-ables Stencil by My Favorite Things called Funky Florals, I taped it over the white cardstock and gently tapped the images with SU Strawberry Slush, Tim Holtz Spiced Marmalade and Mustard Seed inks. Taking off the stencil was like Christmas! Voila! Suddenly I had a pretty image with lots of flowers! I added a piece of old red ribbon from my stash for the final step after adding the sentiment from Reverse Confetti.
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Tuesday, April 14, 2015
For this card, I stamped a background using a huge stamp block by Heidi Swapp. On a separate piece of cardstock, I stamped and colored the main image using Copic markers, and then I die cut it into a circle using Spellbinders Circle Dies. The butterflies were created with a punch by Martha Stewart. All of this was layered onto blue cardstock and placed onto a white cardbase. The sentiment is from Theresa Momber's Elegant Florals 2 at Gina K Designs and says "Thought of you today...and smiled." What a lovely sentiment! This card could go to anybody, but I'm thinking of family again.
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Saturday, April 11, 2015
The image for this card is one of my favorites and is created by Phyllis Harris at Unity Stamp Company. Since most of my family is far away, this stamp will come in handy for several cards. I almost tear up every time I see one of her stamp sets because they are so sweet and I miss my family so much. They really get to the heart of the message. (I purchased a couple other stamp sets of hers that you will see in future posts. All are very sweet.)
OK, enough of the that! I'm about to tear up just thinking about it.
After stamping on white cardstock, I colored the image with Copic markers and then layered it onto patterned paper by Stampin Up! Finally, I added a few die cut flowers from Impression Obsession.
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Thursday, April 9, 2015
I'm here today to share a card I will post in Virginia's View Challenge, where it asks for cards with Dimension.
For this card I used a stamp set from Gina K Designs called Elegant Florals 2 by Theresa Momber. In fact, this is a CASE of her card she demonstrated.
First I sponged Fresh Asparagus ink onto white cardstock, then stamped the fern image using the "stamping off" technique. On separate cardstock I stamped and colored the tulip image with Copic markers. After cutting it out, I popped it up onto the sponged cardstock using pop-dots (thus, the dimension for the Challenge). Finally, I stamped the sentiment on the top of the card. This was all layered onto black and then a card base in Wild Lilac.
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Monday, April 6, 2015
Anyway, this card is for my son's birthday. He turned 29 on the day before Easter. Can't believe he's that old! He and his wife had a birthday party where they live in Glendale, CA. Wish I could've been there, but the miles between us are too far.
I used a Sizzix die by Stephanie Barnard at Stamps of Life. All of the dies you need are included in the Sizzix die envelope that comes with it, so putting this together was easy. I used some "sticker paper" on the back of everything I die cut so it would stick without the need of glue. There's lots more you could add to the cupcake, like little packages around it, other candles, etc. Like I said, all those dies are included. I just didn't feel like overdoing it since this was for my son. I signed the bottom part of it where there's just blue cardstock.
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