Our friend sent us photos of her lovely cards and here is the first! The green and orange make it a really good gender-neutral card. Liking the torn edge too; might have to try it on a few of my own cards again! 😄
Good Morning! For this card we stamped the squares, then the flowers and cut around with a scissors. The trickiest part is stamping the happy birthday border. Since it is long, important not to rock and give even pressure along. Or if you have cling with a MISTI, it is much easier!
A quick card for a Monday!
Stamp: G339 Kind Word Banner
Hello and happy Wednesday! Here is a coffee thank you card with the coffee beans stamped on a brown swatch for a background. Used a scallop die for the white to make it stand out. Now that I am looking at this card, wondering if I should have added a shadow/surface the cups and coffee pot? Will have to try next time!
Happy Monday! Hope everyone had a lovely weekend. Here is a quick coffee card using only two stamps and some paper from my scrap pile.
Stamps: D217 and D338
This was a fun card to make and a bit of an experiment. For the background, I used dull gloss paper and rubbed the edges with a light blue ink pad, then stamped rows and columns of the bitty block across the paper. Followed with the circle in green. Thought it was still missing something, so added the orange lines. Used Copic markers to color the cupcake. My constant struggle with the dull gloss is not allowing enough time to dry. Might need to take a heat gun to it! A lot of birthdays are coming up so time to get stamping 🤪, happy Friday! 🎉
Missed yesterday so thought we’d make it up today. On this card, we used the aloe trio and instead of using them separately, kept them together. For the frame we used alcohol inks. Started with a 5.25×4″ piece of paper then cut out the inside by .25” all around. A bit complicated but I’m loving the effect!
Enjoy the Saturday!