Hello everyone! Today I'm up over at the SRM Stickers blog with these two fun Fall themed Thank You cards. You can check out my full post and read my step-by-step instructions HERE. Thanks for visiting!
Hello everyone! Today I'm up over at the SRM Stickers blog with this watercoloredHibiscus flower card featuring a "Love & Kisses" sentiment sticker from SRM's Sentiment/Love sticker sheet. You can check out my full post and read my step-by-step instructions HERE. Thanks for visiting!
Hello everyone! It's my turn to post over at the Pretty Cute Stamps Blog. Today I'm sharing this girly Halloween card featuring Pretty Cute Stamps My Boo Digital Stamp Set and Notes Of Praise Digital Stamp Set. These two little ghost are just to cute, I love how the set includes three different faces giving you the option to feature a different face each time.
I used one of the adorable little ghosts and the "Hey, Ghoulfriend" sentiment from the My Boo set and paired them with some stars from the Notes Of Praise set. I opened the two images and the sentiment I wanted to use in Photoshop and created the little scene you see above. I printed my images and sentiment onto some fun ledger patterned paper, white cardstock, and purple cardstock. I fussy cut the ghosts out of the white cardstock, colored them with some Spectrum Noir Markers, add some mini goggle eyes to them, and adhered them to my patterned paper piece. I fussy cut the stars out of the purple cardstock and adhered them to my patterned paper piece just like the ghosts. Once all my fussy cut pieces were adhered to my patterned paper piece I die cut my finished scene with a 4" x 5 1/4" pierced rectangle die.
I hope you enjoyed my fun little girly Halloween card today. Thanks for visiting!
Supplies: Cardstock White & Purple / Patterned Paper- 7Gyspies / Pretty Cute Stamps Digital Stamp Sets- My Boo & Notes Of Praise / Spectrum Noir Markers / Double Pierced Rectangles Elle-Ments Die- Avery Elle
Hello everyone! Today I'm up over at the SRM Stickers blog with a set of watercolor cards I created for a friend. I had so much fun creating these cards for a gift set. You can check out my full post and read my step-by-step instructions HERE. Thanks for visiting!
Hello everyone! Its time for another Pretty Cute Stamps Blog Hop. If you've arrived here from Henriette's Blog then your in the right place. If you would like to start from the beginning, please click HERE. There are seven new digital stamps being released today. You can check them all out in the shop HERE. My card features this cute little holiday themed set called Pumpkin Spice. This wonderful little set includes four images and three different coordinating sentiments. I used the coffee cup, pumpkin, and "Happy Pumpkin Spice Everything Season" sentiment to create my card today.
To create my card I started by I opening the two images and sentiment I wanted to use in Photoshop and and began merging them to create the scene you see below. I printed my scene onto some white cardstock, colored the images with some Spectrum Noir Makers, and adhered the entire panel to my layered 3' x 6' card base.
I hope you enjoyed my card and Thanks for stopping by today! Your next stop on the hop is Kel's Blog! Below you will find the complete line up in case you get lost along the way.
Make sure to hop along because one lucky winner will get a $15.00 gift certificate to the Pretty Cute Stamps Shop!
For a chance to win, you must leave a comment on each blog. For extra chances, you can also "LIKE" Pretty Cute Stamps on Facebook HERE and/or sign up for the Pretty Cute Stamps Mailing List HERE. A random winner will be chosen on Monday, October 24, 2016.
Supplies: Cardstock- White & Garden Green / Brown Coragated Cardstock- Canvas Corp / Patterned Paper- CTMH / Pretty Cute Stamps Digital Stamp Set- Pumpkin Spice / Spectrum Noir Markers / Orange Brads
Hello everyone! It's time for another Pretty Cute Stamps release! Today is sneak peek day, each design team member will be featuring a different digital stamp set on their blog. Today I'm featuring an adorable little set called Squirrels In Love. This cute little set includes seven different images and will be available to purchase on Thursday, October 20th, 2016 along with the other seven digital sets being released.
To create my card I started with a 4' x 5.5 ' white card base and covered the entire front of it with some patterned paper. Once my card base was covered I started working on the main focal point of my card. I opened all of the image I wanted to use in Photoshop and starting re-sizing and moving my images around to create the scene you see above. I printed my images onto some white cardstock, colored them with some Spectrum Noir Markers, and matted my images with a little patterned paper photo frame. I dressed up the little photo frame I created with some gold cardstock and a mini gold heart.
I hope you enjoyed my sneak peek today and don't forget to join us the rest of the week over at the Pretty Cute Stamps Blog for more sneak peeks, blog hop projects, freebies, and prizes.
Supplies: Cardstock- White / Patterned Paper- Pink Paislee Cedar Lane Collection/ Pretty Cute Stamps Digital Stamp Set- Squirrels In Love / Spectrum Noir Markers / Embellishments- Pink Paislee Cedar Lane Collection
Hello everyone! It's time for another fun challenge over at the Pretty Cute Stamps Blog. This months challenge theme is "Animal Kingdom". This challenge will run for three weeks and one random winner will be chosen to win a $15 gift certificate to the Pretty Cute Stamps Shop. You can link up your creation and find all the challenge details HERE.
I just had to use the adorable Warm Fuzzies set pictured below to create my Animal Kingdom card. I find the images in this set so cute especially the little penguin I'm featuring on my card today. I started by folding a 9" x 4 1/2" piece of white cardstock in half to create a 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" card base. Once my card base was folded I cut a piece of blue cardstock slightly smaller then my card base, randomly stamped the entire piece of cardstock with the cute little penguin, rounded the corners, and added some stitching around the outside edge. I heat embossed the larger snowflake that is included in the set onto some black cardstock with some bright white embossing powder and cut it in to a little banner. I attached the little banner with a stapler to the top left of my stitched blue cardstock and then attached the entire piece to my card front.
For the main focal point of my card I die cut some watercolor cardstock with a mini scalloped circle die, stamped my images, and watercolred them with some watercolor pencils and glimmer mist. I stamped the floating ice chunk first then masked it off and stamped the penguin in the center of it. I colored the floating ice and penguin with some watercolor pencils and then went back over the ice with some pearl glimmer mist to give the ice a shimmery appearance. After my watercoloring had time to dry I stamped the "You're so cool" sentiment next to the penguin and attached the whole piece to the middle of my card.
I hope you enjoyed my fun polka dotted Thank you card today! Don't forget to check out the amazing projects the rest of the Design Team has created over at the blog HERE. Thanks for visiting!
Supplies: Ranger Distress Watercolor Cardstock /Cardstock- White, Blue, Black / Pretty Cute Stamps Stamp Set- Warm Fuzzies / Ranger Archival Ink Pad- Jet Black / Marvy ColorIn Watercolor Pencils / Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist- Pearl / Wow Embossing Powder- Bright White / My Favorite Things Die-namics-Stitched Mini Scallop Circle STAX/ Sulky Thread- White / Sewing Machine