Good Morning! Here’s a crazy card for hump day!! So this card was cut short and then the largest spring bunny was added to hold the bottom part of the card. so cute! don’t look at the back of the bunny since I stamped it wrong and had to turn it over 😳
Happy Monday! I hope you are all well and safe at home! I have some Easter cards for you this week.
This first card uses stencils and distress inks in the background. If I made this card again – I would move the words on the purple swatch to line up with the edge of the card. It would have better balance.
The spring bunny and die are some of our best sellers for good reason! Enjoy your Monday.
Loving how the copic markers make this flower look on the dull gloss paper! The dull gloss paper is 2.75″x4.25″, the cream paper behind is 3″x4.5″, the yellow strip is 0.875″x4″ (found in scrap bin!), and the polka dot paper is 4″x5.25″. Hope everyone has a wonderful Friday!
Good Morning and happy Monday! On this card, the fold is at the top and it opens upward. The words and flowers are stamped on Dull Glossy Paper and set aside overnight. Sometimes an idea starts and then gets finished later but it allows the ink to dry which is needed with the dull glossy paper!
Here is a quick card! Cut out the center with a scallop die and stamped the words on the back paper in the center. Distressed with an ink pad all around the top paper. Stamped and colored the candles on the bottom. Then used pop up dots to attach to the card. Just need a scored card and 2 pieces of 4×5.25″ white paper. I haven’t added an insert to this card yet but will probably add a happy birthday to the inside at some point.
For this card, the alcohol inks had some funky color combinations that came by accident. Maybe it is just me, but I like them! Wanted to add some more interest with the inside insert so added the candles and the wish big stamped on a kraft sticker.
Hope everyone is doing well! Glad for technology to stay in touch with loved ones. Anyone getting creative with the food in their pantry? Recipe ideas welcome!