I started by die-cutting my slimline panel on some Neenah solar white card stock using the biggest die from the Slimline Stitched Card Panels & Windows die set. I stamped the Serious Celebration on this piece and colored it in with my Spectrum Noir Classique Alcohol markers.
Hello all! I hope you all had a great week. Happy Saturday! My Canon camera finally gave up on me so while I am waiting for the replacement (it takes 3 to 4 weeks to get to me now since I am overseas), I will be sharing some projects on the blog with you instead.
I started by using the biggest die from the Stitched Card Panels & Windows die set to die cut some Bristol smooth white card stock. I ink-blended this panel with some distress oxide inks with the Trinity Blending Buddy brushes and used my paintbrush and to flick some water on this panel for added texture. I picked the excess water with some paper towel.
I die-cut some Neenah solar white card stock using the windows panel die. I foam-mounted this piece on the ink-blended background for added dimension.
I stamped and colored the images on some Neenah solar white card stock and used my Spectrum Noir Tri-Blend markers to color the images in. Since I didn’t get the coordinating dies, I used my precision snips to fussy-cut the images. I foam mounted them onto the window panel for added dimension.
I love coloring my images with bright colors!
For added texture, I die-cut the stars from the Serious Celebration die set and adhered them on the card with some liquid glue. I adhered the colored panel on an 8 1/2 by 7 inches slimline card base. Here’s a closer look:
To begin, I stamped the images on some Neenah solar white card stock and colored them in with my alcohol markers. I used the coordinating dies to die-cut the images.
To make my first card, I ink-blended some Bristol smooth white card stock with some distress oxide ink and used the Blending Buddy brushes to blend the colors. I used some circle dies from my stash to die-cut some holes on this card stock. I foam-mounted the piece on an A2 size card base, cutting the excess. I adhered the mice with some liquid adhesive.
I finished my design by stamping the sentiment on some black card stock and heat-setting with white embossing powder, and adding some red hearts. Here’s a closer look:
For my second card, I also ink-blended my background and used a stencil from my stash to add the sun-rays. I die-cut two grass panels using the Slimline Scenic Borders die set. I also die-cut the rest of the elements that I needed to create my scene.
The sentiment was stamped with Versamark ink and heat-set with my heating tool. I used my black gel pen to add more dimension to the mice. I also added the clouds to finish my design. Here’s a closer look:
I hope you like my cards today and got inspired. Thanks for joining me, and happy stamping!
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I stamped the sentiments on black strips with Versamark ink and sprinkled some white embossing powder, then heat-setting using my Wagner heating tool. I adhered the sentiments on the card with my tape runner.
To finish my design, I stamped the sentiment with Versamark ink and sprinkled some embossing powder, then heat-set using my heating tool. I added some white heart sprinkles to adorn the card and glossy accents to the heart for more texture and dimension. Here’s another look:
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