Hi y'all! I'm back with a guest designer for my favorite challenge, Color Hues! I won their Chocolate and Mint challenge. So, I get to join them for this one! Brown and Yellow. I'll be honest, I did struggle a bit with creating something unique for this challenge. I don't really have much brown or yellow in my day-to-day life. After hours going into trying different versions, I came up with a CAS design. I would've saved a lot of time if I knew that in the beginning! Lol.
I've had this camera die cut / stamp set for a bit and I'm so happy I finally got to put it to use! I started off with coloring my little monster with copics. Then, I colored the camera and the picture frame. I glued 3 layers for the picture frame. Rather than using foam tape, I did 3 layers of scrap strips throughout the back of the camera. I made sure to avoid where the photo would hide when not pulled out.
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I colored the giraffes with copics, cut it down in size. Then, I cut it down in size. I used a double-sided design paper. I then used gold pigment ink to stamp my sentiment and embossed it with clear embossing powder. I applied the pigment ink to the edges of the card base and
I've had this stamp set for probably a year and loved it but, really didn't know what to use it for. I've gotten more comfortable with copic coloring and decided to go for it with these foxes. After coloring the foxes, I fussy cut them out. I die cut a circle out of Sage cardstock (4.25" x 5.5") four times. On one of them, I used a diamond cover plate to add texture to it. I glued vellum to the back of that one.
Eeek! Made my first Design Team! I'm so excited to be joining the Happy Little Stampers: Birthday Challenge team! I made this birthday card to get things started with them! I also made it for a dear friend of mine that is the best dog Mom around!
After I saw the new livestream deal from Scrapbook.com, I knew that I needed to put these pocket heart dies to use! I decided that the heart could easily hide an interactive card element. I decided to use some watercolor paper that I had previously painted and die cut it with spring florals!
Hey y'all! I'm here with my first watercolor card for Happy Little Stampers: Watercolour Challenge! For this card I hand stamped a popsicle repeatedly in a water safe ink. Then, I used mini cube inks on glass media mat, sprayed it with water, and then applied to the paper with a paint brush. This is such a fun technique for
We've had sickness after sickness over here. After our 1st ER trip over the past 2 weeks, I needed something joyful to make. Winter themed cards always give me joy. I decided to get my copics out and go to town. Coloring is super therapeutic for me. I've had these people and hedgehog stamps since Christmas. I'm glad I finally got to use them!
My cousin asked me to do her son's first birthday party invites and wanted something dino themed. I came across 2 different stamp sets that I wanted to use and then let the card take over and this what I came up with! I really love it! Want to see all the card making in action? Watch the video.