I am back with another card from this awesome Simon Says Stamp card kit.
Let’s get started.
Easy, Easy, Easy card to make.
I picked some glitter paper from a pad I had in three different colors and die cut one big peep and two small peeps. I also die cut a circle and a rectangle from the gingham paper. I then took the Lawn Fawn puffy cloud border die and die cut the rectangle on an angle. I stamped my sentiment and adhered all of them pieces to the card. To finish I add glittery enamel dots to the tails and around the card.
Here is a closer look at the card.
Here are the goodies used to make this card.
Thank you for joining me today and I will see you soon.
I have a fun card to share with you today. I have received a small order from Lawn Fawn and the new release is fantastic. You should go and check it out. I promise you will love it.
Lets get started.
I stamped the images from the Lawn Fawn “Loads of Fun” stamp set on a piece of white card stock and colored the images with Copic markers. I die cut the polka dot paper with the largest stitched rectangle and a white piece of card stock with the third largest rectangle. I inked the edges of the white card stock with tumble glass distress ink and an ink blending tool. I stamped my sentiment in the upper left corner and arranged the images on the inked piece. I adhered them with tape runner and foam tape for dimension. Then I adhered it to the polka dot paper with foam tape and to the card base with tape runner.
To finish the card I added clear droplets to the bubbles, buttons and scattered around.
Here are the goodies that were used to make this card,
Thank you for joining me today and I will see you soon!
I am back with a new card to share with you today.
This card was made with the new Simon Says Stamp Spring Flowers stamp set. Simon Says Stamp was very kind and sent this stamp set. It is a beautifully whimsy stamp set that I can see using for many years.
Lets get started.
I stared this card by stamping a bunch of the flowers random on the water-color card stock with VersaMark ink and adding the white embossing powder then melted it with a heat gun. I water colored the flowers with inexpensive water colors. I was not being careful to stay in the lines.
On some white card stock I stamped the stem, leaves and flower head using the Misti tool. Took it to my Brother Scan and Cut and cut it out. I traced around the flower on black card stock and cut it out, this will be the shadow behind the flower. I die cut the Smile from white and black card stock. I also die cut the water-color piece with a postage stamp edge rectangle die. Finally I adhered everything together and added it to a black card base cut to a standard A2 card size.
Here are the goodies that were used to make this card.
Thank you for joining me today and I hope to see you very soon.
Long time no see.
I hope that your holidays were fantastic and that you are ready to start this New Year off with a bang!
I missed everyone and am glad to be getting back to some sort of normalcy. All of this go, go, go has me whipped, how about you?
I though I would pop in for a minute and say THANK YOU!!! from the bottom of my heart for all of you comments and like through out 2015.
Here are the nine most liked card from Instagram.
I will be back really soon with a new card to share with you.
See ya soon
Just popping in to wish all of my American friends
Don’t forget if you are a Craftin Desert Diva fan that there is a big sale going on!
Enjoy you day with family and friends!
Hello crafty friends!
Happy Thursday! Almost to the weekend, YAY!!!!
Just popping in with a quick little card that I made last night for the #thedailymarker30day3 hosted my Kathy who blogs at The Daily Marker. Head over if you want to play along with just about everyone in this community. There is no pressure, you can play everyday or just a few. What ever you want and maybe make a card or just color something for a few minutes. It’s all up to you. You can get all of the detail on her blog HERE.
Here is the tiny card that I made yesterday for Day 6 of the 30 days.
I got my images for the Fall Starbucks cup. I cut out the images and colored them with my Copic markers. I partial die cut the thanks from Simon Say Stamp thanks die from orange card stock. I adhered the orange card stock on to a craft card base and then adhered the colored images to the orange layer piece.
Ta da! All done.
Like I said before, this is a tiny card. It measures 3 1/2 by 3 1/2 .
I hope that this tiny card gave you some inspiration to play along. I would love to see you creations in the #thedailymarker30day3.
Thanks for stopping by.
I hope that you holiday weekend in the USA was terrific! I enjoyed mine very much. Spent the weekend on the boat with good friends and had a blast. I am very sorry to see the summer end though. We had a very slow start to the summer but about July the summer kicked in and as of today is still going strong.
I have a really cute kitty card for you today using the Simon Says Stamp #STAMPtember Back To School release stamp set.
I started this card by finding some school related paper for my layering piece. I found the ruler paper which was purrfect for what I had in mind. I then die cut the two tags in the light blue and red. I stamped the kitty and ruler onto some white card stock on colored them with my Copic markers. I don’t have the dies to this set so I had to fussy cut them out but they were pretty easy images so I had to problem. I then stamp my sentiment and added the images with foam squares. I also added foam squares under the blue tag for some dimension. Before I adhered the tags I added the red and white twine to the two tags and added some white dots on the cheeks of the kitty. I adhered them to the layer paper and then to the red card base. Finally I added some sequins scatter around the card.
I just love how this card turned out.
Here is a closer look at the card.
Here are the goodies that I used to make this card.
I hope that you enjoyed this card as much as I did. I think it is just purrfect. LOL
See you soon and thanks for stopping by for a visit.
Lots of hugs,