Hello everyone! It’s Maria back on the blog with you today with another card, showcasing the Tin Roof Cover Die and the Big Hope Fri-Die.
This type of card is never easy to make. A friend of mine was diagnosed with breast cancer a few months ago and she is currently going through some chemo treatment. She’s doing really well (thank the Lord above)! I will be sending her a gift and so I created this card to go along with it.
This card is really simple to make and I didn’t even do any stamping. I started by die-cutting the Tin Roof Cover Die with a 110 lb. white card stock. I also die-cut the word “hope” and set both aside as I worked on my background.
I ink-blended an A2 size Bristol Smooth white card stock with Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick using a sunburst stencil. I know you can hardly see the inside but it is a sun-ray. I figured the significance of this would have a huge impact since there’s always light at the end of the tunnel, and she is almost there!
I die-cut a frame die and adhered my Tin Roof die-cut behind the frame. I wanted to create a shaker card and needed the frame to cover the foam tape. I also adhered the acetate sheet to keep the shaker elements intact.
I used some light pink and crystal sequins mix with sparkling stars for my shaker element. This card is so pretty in real life.
To finish my design, I ink-blended the “hope” die-cut with the same distress oxide ink that I used for the background and layered it with some dark gray card stock to add some texture and dimension. Here’s a closer look:
I hope you like my project today. Please visit CAS-ual Fridays Stamps to purchase the stamp and dies that I featured today. Don’t forget to use my coupon code “MARIASENTME” for 15% off your order. Happy stamping!
Hello stampers and crafters! I am back today to share a card that I have made for the Kat Scrappiness and Newton’s Nook Breast Cancer Awareness Card challenge. The only requirement to join the challenge is to create a card with an encouraging/supportive message.
I started out by stamping the feathers using my Virginia Turtle stamp set called “Radiate Positivity” onto vellum card stock using my Versamark Ink. I then used my white embossing powder and heat-set the image. I used my precision scissors to fuzzy-cut the image and set it aside.
I die-cut my card panel using my scallop border die from Lawn Fawn and my peek-a-boo scallop die from MFT Stamps. I covered the window with some clear acetate and used my scotch foam adhesive to create my shaker panel. At this point, I used my stampoholic nano to stamp my sentiment on the front panel.
I wanted to use soft colors for my card and decided to use a mixture of 3 gorgeous sequins and confetti mix from Kat Scrappiness (6 mm powder pink, crystal clear flower blossom and pink flamingo confetti mix). I then adhered my shaker panel to my card base.
I finished the design by adhering the vellum feathers on the top of my peek-a-boo shaker window, and topped-it off with my pink ribbon, and also added some white diamond sequins to the front of the card.
I hope you like what I created. Here is the photo of the challenge in case you would like to participate and win some prizes.
Please don’t forget to use the coupon code “BCA2016” for 10% off your order at http://www.katscrappiness.com. This coupon code is valid from October 17 to 21, 2016.
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