Today I’m sharing this seriously adorable mini set.
To make this card.
Start by die cutting multiple clouds.
Ink blend a panel using vintage patina and die cut using a stitched rectangle die.
Line up your clouds on your die cut panel and place rectangle die on top and tape clouds to the metal die. Run through machine. Your clouds will now line up to your panel and have the stitching on the edges.
Add foam tape to the back of each cloud and attach to panel.
Reserve one cloud and stamp sentiment.
Glue down the sweet image and attach everything to a white card base.
This month Rubbernecker Stamps has there design team focusing on all the awesome background stamps they carry.
This is definitely my favourite company for background stamp choices. From florals to stripes and everything in between there is so many to choose from. And with so many uses for background stamps It’s one of those craft room items that I always invest in.
Heres the steps to create these rainbow inspired tags. I even pulled out my long and forgotten flocking powder for these pretties.
Die cut tags from patterned card stock, if thin paper die cut a tag from white card stock and glue the patterned tag to the front.
Emboss background stamps on white card stock with white embossing powder, Die cut tags from the embossed background. You will get 2 tags out of each back ground stamp using the second largest tag.
Ink blend a rainbow on the tags and wipe excess ink off.
Hole punch or use the die for the hole.
Die cut 2 part butterfly.
Cover bottom part of butterfly with glue and cover with flocking powder, leave the center part of the butterfly plain.
Cover top part of butterfly with shimmer pen, attach rhinestones to antenna and glue to the flocked butterfly.
Stamp and cut sentiments
Add gold thread to tag and attach butterfly on top, add sentiment, add rhinestones and sequins, finish with ribbons.
Start by die cutting the largest scalloped hexagon frame in white.
Fold a sheet of white card stock and run through die cutting machine with the second largest Stitched Hexagon die slightly overhanging the top part of the fold. This creates a opening hexagon card. Glue this to the large scallop panel.
Die cut another hexagon and stamp on it the new background stamp in wild honey oxide ink.
Use two of the inverted scalloped hexagon dies to make a frame and add to the top of it.
Add bees, beehive, leaves etc and sentiment.
I finished my card by adding a surprise bee to the inside of the card.
Thanks for stopping by! Today Im sharing a fun shaker card using some adorable little bears that were coloured using my spectrum noir classique markers.
Image – Pink and Main
Markers – Spectrum Noir
Bear – TN4,FS2,FS5,FS7
Orange – OR3,OR2,GB2,LY1
Pinks/Purples – BP7,BP5,PL3,HB3,HB2,LV2
To make this card I started with a white card base.
I added an inked panel in the colour kitsch flamingo and tattered rose oxide ink. I die cut a square linked frame out of this panel.
To the back of this panel I added a sheet of acetate. I glued the linked square frame back in place on top of the acetate.
I added foam tape around the squares in the shaker window and around the back of the card. I filled the shaker window with glitter in shades of pinks, whites and silver. I threw in some prills in a soft purple colour as well.
For my first card I started with a white card base and added a stencilled panel on top that I inked with wild honey distress oxide ink as well as a sentiment heat embossed on it.
On top of this I added a scalloped frame die cut that I attached with foam tape.
I finished the card with the bootiful tulip stamp that I attached with liquid glue.
For my second card I started with a white card base. I die cut 3 smaller pierced rectangle panels. For two of the panels I used seedless preserves to ink the panels. One I inked the entire panel, the other I used a polka dot stencil.
The last panel I left white and stamped the sentiment that came with the bootiful tulips set.
I finished the card with bootiful tulip propped up on foam tape.
I started with a slimline card base and layered a scalloped slimline die cut with a cloud pattern stencilled in spun sugar oxide ink. I layered a hills die at the bottom that was coloured with mowed lawn oxide ink.
I coloured the large tree stamp in copics and glued off to the side of my card. I ran it through the cutting machine before gluing down with the scalloped frame die to line it up to the scalloped panel I was gluing it to.
A few grass patches and some falling leaves were added to the card as well as a heat embossed sentiment.
I used the tire swing in the stamp set and added die cut leaves to it to create a pretty leafy swing.
For the hearts I masked off a strip of the card panel and stencilled inside that section. I added some white paint splatters and perfect pearls in a shimmery gold tone over top of the stencilled section. I pulled out a jar of prills in a yellow colour and added to the center of the flower.
The blue card I glued on heart embellishments following the stencil pattern, added a circle die cut to the center of the card for an area to place the sentiment.
Both cards I coloured the anemones and leaves with Copics and attached with foam tape.
Thanks for stopping by!, I’m excited to share the card I created for day 2 using the new goodies from La-La Land Crafts.
For day 2 I used the the sweetest Clear Stamp Set called tweet tweet.
To make this card I used the new background stamp on white card stock with spun sugar oxide ink. I attached it on top of a panel inked in tattered rose oxide ink and added it to a white card base. I then added the new Birdhouse Die and a watering can.
For the birdhouse I foiled the trim with gold foil using the minc machine.
I added some flowers and leaves and this sweet little birdie. I finished the card with a sentiment stamped in Versamark black onyx ink and heat embossed in clear.