Only a few days left until Valentine’s day! Has everyone sent their cards already? This card can really be for any time you want to let someone know you are missing them but we chose the pink just for Valentine’s.
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Good Morning! A sympathy card for today. Used a cutting die in the middle of a 3.75″x5″ swatch and layered on a white swatch (4″x5.25″). Stamped the flower and butterfly on dull glossy swatch. Colored with copic markers.
Below is what we used to create the splatter background. Put a few drops on a paint brush and tap glass container with brush over the paper. We use another piece of scrap paper to cover the container to prevent splatter on the surrounding area.
Good Afternoon! This card is one of my favorite cards with our new stamps. It seems like I need these kind of cards often. I also got the words paper on crooked 🙄😬 by the time I noticed it was too late. Handmade!! I put nothing on the inside so there is room to write but I love The Paper Cut zig zags that doesn’t leave it too blank.
Happy Monday and first day of February! We have been experimenting with alcohol inks again. For this one we used a paper heart that we cut out and splattered alcohol ink over, creating this empty space that we stamped the phrase in. Then added the coffee cup with a pop up and the ribbon.
Happy Friday! We have a retirement bib card this afternoon. This one is really easy to put together. We stamped the dotted circle first, then punched it out with a 1-3/4” circle punch, then stamped the coffee cup, and colored the cup with copic markers. For the overlay, we stamped and colored the coffee beans across the bottom and stamped the retirement saying above. Then glued the circle and overlay on the bib card and added ribbon. Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!
Hello! We have another card today. The inspiration for this one came from Pinterest and now I can’t find the card but it had diagonal lines across with tiny hearts at each intersection. When I saw it, I thought of this Solid Heart and how I could adapt it. Still want to work with other variations but like how this one turned out.
Sometimes a sympathy card is needed unexpectedly. This one came together very quickly. We used dull glossy paper again so did allow for time to dry before coloring the flowers but still didn’t take long. The grass under the flower was created with a marker. Hope everyone has a wonderful Thursday!
Almost halfway through the week! Today we have a quick and easy card with the birthday candles. We stamped the birthday phrase first on a 3.75”x5” swatch of dull gloss paper to allow time to dry. Then stamped the blue square on a scrap piece large enough, then cut it out with scissors, and then stamped the candles. Colored the candles after letting it dry for a little. Since we used dull Gloss paper, it needs a little extra time. Then we glued the paper swatches on the card, added pop up dots to square before putting above the birthday phrase. Added ribbon and that’s it!