I made these projects to support my sister who was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lymphoma in March this year. She went through chemo treatments (I cannot even tell you how hard it really was to see her go through it) and after her PETScan this month, the doctors told us that the chemo worked successfully. Even though she is not out of the woods yet and will still go through a few radiation treatments, we are so happy with this news.
The purple ribbon represents all types of cancer so this blog post is dedicated not only to my sister (Maria Pilar), but to all people who are either going through treatments or have survived this nasty disease.
For my first project, I decided to make this “Hope” candle. In my sister’s case, it just goes to show you that there is always HOPE at the end of the tunnel, and the power of prayer is really STRONG! You just need to believe that you can do it, and have faith in God to work his mysterious ways!
Here’s how I made this project:
stamp the images on some Neenah solar white card stock with two shades of purple ink using your Misti Stamping Tool.
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Prepare the background by ink-blending a panel of Bristol Smooth White Card Stock measuring 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches with Scattered Straw, Cracked Pistachio and Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Inks using small ink blending tools. Adhere this panel on some A2-size notecard.
Die-cut the pink frame using the Layered Balloons Coverplate Die on some 110 lb. Neenah Solar White Card Stock. Adhere this frame on the ink-blended panel with foam adhesive for added dimension.
Use the Laminator and Deco Foil Toner Sheets with Deco Foil Transfer Sheet in Shattered Glass to foil this panel.
Finish the card design by adhering the sentiment on the card.
I hope you like this simple birthday card today. Below, you will find links to the supplies used to create this project(s). Where available, I use compensated affiliate links at no extra cost to you. Your support helps me to keep bringing you new projects and inspiration. Thank you for stopping by, and have an amazing day!
Foam-mount the frame on the card for added dimension.
Die cut the word “Congrats” on some Apple Green and White card stock using the Congrats Word Die with Shadow. Adhere them together with liquid glue.
Foam-mount the Congrats die-cut onto the card so that it is the same height with the frame.
Adhere the focal image using foam adhesive.
Add glossy accents to the Avocado image.
Die-cut some Apple Green Card Stock using the smallest die from the Fishtail Banner Die Set. Stamp the sentiment on this piece with Versamark ink and heat-set with heating tool.
Foam-mount the sentiment strip on the card to finish the design.
I hope you like this simple card today and got inspired. Below, you will find links to the supplies used to create this project(s). Where available, I use compensated affiliate links at no extra cost to you. Your support helps me to keep bringing you new projects and inspiration. Thank you for stopping by, and have an amazing day!
Spring is here and not only am I loving all the pastel colors, but it is also time to celebrate birthdays! I am back today to share another card with you, showcasing the Hippity Hoppity Bunnies stamp set that I paired up with one of my all-time favorite dies by Kat Scrappiness called, Crafter’s Essentials I Die Set.
Stamp the sentiment from the Hippity Hoppity Sentiment Stamp Set with Versamark ink on some black card stock. Sprinkle some white embossing powder and heat-set with your heating tool.
Adhere the sentiment on the card.
Finish the design by using some white gel pen to add more interest to the card.
I simply ADORE these bunnies from the Hippity Hoppity Stamp Set. This Easter-scene was so much fun to create! I do hope you like this card and got inspired by my project today. The supplies I used are listed and linked below for your convenience. Thanks for stopping by!
Dry-emboss an A2-size panel using an embossing folder from your stash. Adhere this panel on an A2-size notecard.
Prepare the pop-up feature by following Jennifer McGuire’s tutorial, cutting some white card stock measuring 4 1/4 x 5. Score the card stock at 3/4, 1 3/4. 3 1/4 and 4 1/4. Adhere this panel on the front of the card.
Adhere the candles on the pop-up panel with liquid glue.
Use white gel pen to draw some starbursts to the candle’s flame for added texture.
I adhere the balloons with liquid glue and created a shaker well, by adding acetate sheet to the back of the die-cut panel and foam adhesive. I used the rainbow sprinkles as my shaker element and adhered the panel on some A2 size notecard.
I die-cut the words Make A Wish on some white and black card stock and added to the focal panel with liquid glue. I finished my card design by adding some stars and dots to the balloons using white gel pen.
Stamp the sentiment from the Valentine Quokka Stamp Set on some black card stock with Versamark Ink and heat-set with the heating tool.
Finish the card design by adhering the sentiment.
The images look so realistic, don’t you think? This is honestly one of my favorite layering stamp set of all time! It is so easy to layer and the result is just fantastic! Check out my older project photos of the Layered Chocolate Stamp Set on the website for more samples.
I hope you like my card today. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Thanks for stopping by today and have an amazing day!
Finish the card design by using the white gel pen and add some dots and stars to the donuts for added interest.
Who’s getting excited for Valentine’s Day?! Have you decorated yet? I hope you like my card today and got inspired. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Thanks for stopping by today and happy crafting!