Happy Thursday! Another quick post today. Paper is dull gloss.
Good morning! Do you ever get card stock that is just hard for you to work with? This color came in a pack and I’ve struggled with it for months now but I think it came together in this card! Is it working?! 😆
Here’s a very simple card with the fondue cake. We always stamp the circle dots first and then punch out. It is too hard trying to stamp after it’s punched but can be done with the MISTI stamping tool. Anyone dreaming of chocolate cake now? 😆
Good morning and happy new year! Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday weekend. 🥳
The two cards today show different ways to color the EE53 skinny candles. One of our favorites is a gradient and the other is to add stripes/dots. With both, we start with the lightest color marker and then add the darker color. White paper is dull gloss. The pink striped background paper is from a paper pack. The green striped background we created using the HH28 dots and lines border stamp.
Good Morning ! We are hoping for a no flowers week. Let’s see if we can make it. I love challenges! So today’s cards are a mix of motorcycles. simple and easy – the best kind.
Stamps & Cutting Dies:
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!
Paper: Dull Glossy Paper
Copic Markers: BV04 Blue Berry, V15 Mallow, G43 Pistachio, E47 Dark Brown, Y17 Golden Yellow
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!