I couldn’t decide which one I liked best. I heat embossed the images from enjoy life (p58) in black (p202) Then I used the daubers (p203) to add new in colors (p183). Love this stamp set with this style background, makes a pretty card in no time !!!
This is a masculine themed card with a rustic feel. I heat embossed in copper (p202) on the wood texture DSP (p 191) using the country road stamp set (p163). I embellished with a piece of the burlap ribbon (p200) and buttons (p 199). I used the small piece from the diagonal cut of ribbon to make the frayed rope around the top button.
This was a quick and fun card using the Animal Outing bundle on p 27. I used the dies to cut out the giraffe, kangaroo, and rhino… then fussy cut the rest from the DSP also on p27. I used a small strip of the wood textures DSP on p 191 to break up the space, so the giraffe could poke up from behind. I finished off with a little shadow/shading with the pool party marker from p 202 of the New 2018-19 catalog.
This card features the serene garden bundle from the upcoming 2018-2019 Stampin’ Up! catalog and also uses the accented blooms stamp set with the coordinating tailored tag punch for the sentiment. I used mint macaron cs for the base of the card and soft seafoam for the sentiment. I stamped the flowers and leaves on vellum in white embossing powder and colored in with stampin’ blends, then ran through the big shot to reveal the glimmer sparkle paper underneath. To finish off I added pink pearls to 3 of the corners. In case you were wondering I used mini glue dots to attach the vellum to the cardstock and stampin’ dimensionals to adhere the sentiment. Almost forgot, I also used the softly falling embossing folder on the vellum to give the impression of rain or dew drops. This was a fun card to make and can’t wait to give it away! Who wants it?
Here are some cards I made with my pre-order “Share What You Love” bundle….Love this suite!!!
Speaking of Pre-orders starting tomorrow everyone can pre-order from the Share What You Love suite. I will have a post describing the perfect pack for every type of crafter. I recently graduated from the nursing program I was in and passed the NCLEX and am currently working full time 7 days on and 7 days off. So that means every other week i’m off, that allows much more time to create and share with all of you! I’m looking forward to creating more and have some give away’s planned.
I have ordered my demonstrator kit and got the shipment notice.
UPS doesn’t give me a scheduled delivery date (seems unusual). so I’m
trying to be patient…LOL
Keep it Inky,
I have a lot to share so check back often. I look forward to sharing lots of fun ideas, projects, and techniques.
Keep it Inky,