I started by die-cutting some Neenah solar white using the scallop die included in the Slimline Frames & Portholes die set. I used some masking tape to mask off the scallop. I used the Hills Stencil and my blending brush with some Quick-dry dye inks to create the sand. I also used the Waves Stencil to create the water scene.
I stamped the coral using Spectrum Noir Quick Dry Dye Ink in Chinese red. I stamped this a few times to make the image pop! I also stamped the fish on some Neenah solar white card stock. I colored the stripes on the fish with alcohol ink then used my precision snips to fussy cut the images. I added some glossy accents to the fish for added interest and texture.
It was really hard to capture the “gloss” on the fishies but it’s really beautiful in person.
I adhered the fishies on the background with liquid glue. I matted the slimline card base with some blue card stock and added my focal panel.
I finished my design by stamping the sentiment and adhered the bokeh sequins for added interest. Here’s another look:
I hope I’ve given you some inspiration today. The supplies I use are listed and linked below. Thanks for stopping by!
To create the card, I started by stamping the images on some Spectrum Noir stamping card with SN Finesse black ink. I colored the images in using Spectrum Noir TriBlend brush markers in Magenta, Orange, Citrus, Brown Grey and Green Turquoise blends.
Next, I positioned the colored images on my Brother Scan N Cut Machine to die-cut the images. The background window and grass panel were die-cut using some dies from my collection.
I adhered an ink-blended panel on some A2-size notecard. I added the Gnome door with some liquid glue. Next, I adhered the grass panel onto the window frame, then foam mounted this piece onto the card for added dimension.
I adhered my fairy image on the card with liquid glue. I also used my Spectrum Noir glitter pens to add some texture and interest on the fairy’s wings.
I finished my design by die-cutting the word “magic” using a die from my collection. Here’s another look:
I love the colors on this “magical” card! I hope you like it too! The supplies I use are listed and linked below.
I finished the design by stamping the sentiment using Watermark Ink on some black card stock. I sprinkled some White Embossing Powder and heat-set with my heating tool. Adhered this piece on the card with my ATG gun. Here’s another look:
I started by stamping the toadstool on some Neenah solar white card stock. I also stamped the same image on some masking paper and covered the image so that I can stamp the fairy on top of the toadstool. I colored the images with my Spectrum Noir alcohol markers. I used my precision snips to fussy-cut the images.
Next, I stamped the Fairy Branches on the Moon Light 6×6 paper with Memento Tuxedo black ink. Having the paper inside my Misti stamping tool made it easier for me to stamp the images a few times. I die-cut this piece using a stitched rectangle die from my collection. I also die-cut the grass panel with some black card stock.
I adhered the focal image on the background panel with liquid glue and added the grass.
I matted the focal panel with some purple card stock and adhered this piece on some A2-size black note card.
Next, I stamped the sentiment using the Once Upon stamp set on the foreground with Versafine Onyx black ink and sprinkled some clear embossing powder. I heat-set the sentiment with my heating tool for added texture.
I finished my design by adding some white dots on the leaves using my White Gelli-roll pen and added some bokeh flat sequins for added interest. Here’s another look:
The Moon Light 6×6 paper I used was perfect for this scene! This card is so easy to put together and I really love how it turned out. I hope you like it too! Thanks for stopping by today, and Happy Easter!
To make the card, I started by stamping my images three times on some Neenah solar white card stock using Memento Rich Cocoa ink. I colored the images in with my alcohol markers and die-cut using the coordinating dies.
Next, the scallop background was made by die-cutting the scallop card stock using the Slimline Frames & Portholes die set. I used the Basket Weave stencil with Speckled Egg Distress Oxide ink to create a subtle pattern for my flowers for added texture. I adhered this piece onto some pink card stock, then added to a slimline card base.
I layered the flowers and adhered them onto the card with foam and liquid adhesive for added dimension. I also die-cut a few leaves from the Flower Trio die set and sponged some Mowed Lawn Distress Ink for added texture and detail.
I die-cut some black card stock using the Banner Trio die set. I stamped the sentiment from the Spring Roundabout stamp set with some Versamark ink. I sprinkled some white embossing powder then heat-set with my heating tool. I finished my design by adding a few Clear Enamel dots for added texture. Here’s another look:
I hope I have given you some great inspiration today to create something beautiful. The supplies I use are listed and linked below. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Spring!
To make my card, I used a clouds stencil from my collection to ink up some Bristol Smooth white card stock using Worn Lipstick, Mustard Seed and Speckled Egg distress oxide inks. I stamped my image from the Somebunny Stamp set and used my precision snips to fussy-cut the image. I used glossy accents for added texture to the balloon. I set this aside to dry for about half an hour.
Using the new Swirls Stencil and some Black Soot Distress Ink, I used my ink blending tool to add the black dots to frame my image. I LOVE this new stencil so much because it is so versatile and can be used in so many different ways to add details to your paper crafting projects.
Next, I adhered the image on the colored panel with liquid glue.
I finished my card design by stamping the sentiment with some Versafine Onyx black ink. Here’s another look:
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The supplies I use are listed and linked below. Thanks for stopping by and happy stamping!
For my first card, I started by dry-embossing some Neenah solar white card stock using an embossing folder from my collection. I die-cut the Treble Clef and Single Note using the Heart Note dies. I adhered them on my embossed panel with some liquid glue.
The sentiment was stamped on some black card stock with Versamark ink. I sprinkled some white embossing powder, then heat-set with my heating tool. I added this on my card. I finished my design by adding some confetti dots for added texture.
The second card is fairly simple. I stamped the music note from the Love Notes Stamps on some watercolor paper with Versafine Onyx Black ink. I sprinkled some clear embossing powder and heat-set with my heating tool. I used my Prima Watercolor to add the colors int he background for some emboss-resist technique.
I finished my design by stamping the sentiment and adding the Cinnamon Red-Hots on the focal panel.
To make my card, I started by die-cutting some Bristol smooth white card stock using the biggest die from the Pinked Slimline Die Set. I inked this panel with some distress oxide inks in rainbow colors then used the Flowerburst Stencil to add more details to the background.
I added some texture to the colored panel by using the Flowerburst Stencil and some texture paste. I set this panel aside to dry for about half an hour, and adhered on an A2-size black notecard.
Next, I stamped the sentiment on some black card stock using Versamark ink and sprinkled some white embossing powder. I heat-set the sentiment with my heating tool and used my precision snips to cut it out and adhered on my focal panel with liquid glue.
I finished my design by die-cutting the word “Smile” using the Sassy Smiles Duo. For added texture, I used my white gel pen to add some lines and dots on the black notecard. Here’s another look:
To make my card, I started by inking up the background using the Scattered Showers Stencil on some Bristol Smooth White Card Stock with Speckled Egg and Peacock Feathers distress Oxide inks. I adhered the panel on some A2-size note card.
The smaller clouds and lightning die-cuts were cut using the dies from the Raindrops Duo stamp & die set. I also die-cut the bigger clouds and rainbows using dies from my collection and adhered on the focal panel with liquid and foam adhesives.
I finished my design by stamping the sentiment and colored using my alcohol markers.