Friday, September 16, 2022

Bubble Background


I created today's card by using the 'bubble technique' that I saw on Christine Stokes You Tube Tutorial which you can find here. It is a very soft background so I think I will have to add some more ink next time to bring out some more colour. Once the background was dry, I splattered some ink, then I stamped my image, coloured the outlined flowers with Copics, added some 'glass glue' and glitter for dimension and sparkle and layered it onto matching coloured card stock. I then pop dotted my panel and added my sentiment to finish it all off.

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Saturday, September 03, 2022

Magic of Christmas


An easy card today, to create today's card, I started off with making a watercolour background with Distress Inks. Once the background was dry, I die cut my panel and stamped my Santa image. I then adhered it to my base, stamped a sentiment, trimmed it down and adhered it with some foam tape.

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Saturday, August 27, 2022

Sunflower Birthday


Today's card was created by using Distress Inks to create a water colour background. Once dry, I stamped my large Sunflower stamp and die cut out the portion I wanted to use. I coloured the flower petals with a bright yellow Copic marker to highlight the petals a bit more and then framed the panel with soft green cardstock. To finish off, I die cut my sentiment three times and stacked them to give it some height and then added some glass finish glue to make it shine.

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Sunday, August 14, 2022

Watercolour Birthday



Today, I started by using my Brusho's to create my background on watercolour cardstock. I then 'inked' my orchid stamp by colouring it with Tombow Markers. I spritzed the stamp and placed my panel over the stamp and rubbed it firmly to ensure I picked up all the ink. Once dried, I then stamped my sentiment and added a sub-sentiment under neath for some added interest. I finished it off by adding it to some coordinating coloured card stock.

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Saturday, August 06, 2022

Blue Sailing


For today's card, I dug out my Brusho's that I haven't used in a while. I sprinkled some Cobalt Blue on and activated it with water. Once dry, I cut out a panel and stamped my sailing boat and sentiment. I then layered it onto some matching coloured card and adhered it to my base card. A simple card, but one I really like. 

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Christmas Lights


I created today's card by ink smooshing my background. Once dry, I then stamped my Christmas Lights top and bottom, coloured the globes with Copic markers and added some glass finish glue to give them a glassy look. I then die cut my greeting in white and it's shadow in purple and adhered it to the middle of my panel.

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Saturday, July 23, 2022

Pastel Rainbow

 

Today's card has a soft pastel rainbow background that I created with my funky circle stencil. I then die cut my 'happy' sentiment twice, once with white scrap and once with holographic card that was used for the top layer. After working out my positions, I then stamped my birthday sentiment. I also die cut my panels with a stitched die and put them all together. To finish off, I stamped and fussy cut some funky flowers and added a bit of glass finish glue and a sprinkle of glitter to give them a shine.
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Saturday, June 04, 2022

HB2U



I have made today's card for our son. I have used a piece of card that I created using my Gelly Plate, Distress Inks and Stencils. I die cut out the section I wanted and then die cut my 'HB2U' sentiment 3 times and adhered them together for height. Before attaching the third sentiment, I embossed it to give it a little something more and I also added a sub-sentiment to finish it off.

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Happy Happy Happy



I created today's card by stamping the 'happy' sentiment four times and then heat embossing them with clear EP. I then die cut my 'birthday' sentiment three times and adhered them together and added a foam backing for some extra height before attaching the panel to a blue card stock base.

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Saturday, April 23, 2022

I heard today...


I created today's background by using my Gel Plate with Distress Inks, a stencil and some ink splatters. Once dry, I cut down the panel and stamped my large sentiment and image. I also added a sub sentiment strip for some added interest. As this is for a male friend, I have left it as is with a bit of a grunge feel to it.
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Let's Celebrate You


Today's card was created with the off cut of my previous card. I stamped my large sentiment onto the off cut and used Clear EP to heat emboss it, die cut my sunflower twice and adhered them together, added a few highlights to the petal with Copic Markers and then layered it all to my base. I then added a few yellow acrylic dots for a bit of added interest.

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Sunday, April 10, 2022

Holographic Birthday


I created today's card by splotching my background card in watered down DI's Broken China, Mustard Seed & Villainous Potion and I dried my card off between each colour so I didn't get mud. I then die cut my floral background with a Sizzix cover plate die twice and adhered them together to give them some height and attached them to my watercolour base. I die cut my 'happy' sentiment twice with white scrap card and once with holographic card and adhered the layers together. I then stamped my 'birthday' sentiment with black ink and heat embossed it with clear EP. Once I worked out my placement, I attached them to the panel and added a couple of pearls for added interest.

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