Hello there! Wow! Feels like forever since I posted a card project. Life’s been so busy from the time I went to vacation in November and even after returning from the trip. Add to the fact that the holidays are busier and the first quarter of the year even crazier 🙂
It’s good to get back on my crafty life slowly but will sure get there eventually.
So for this card I used my favorite washi tapes for the background. I also die cut the sentiment “Thanks” from Lawn Fawn while the stamp came from My Favorite Things.
There are a lot of craft supplies that I still need to use and hopefully I’ll be showcasing them individually soon.
I’m using a card sketch from Atlantic Hearts Sketch #196.
Also entering this card to Simon Says Stamp, Anything Goes Challenge.
And Tuesday Throwdown, TT327 Anything Goes Challenge.
Posted in Cards, Challenges, my favorite things, Simon Says Stamp, Sketch challenges
- Tagged card sketch, coloring, die cutting, my favorite things, sketch challenge, stamping, washi
I have a quick share of a card using Love Cynthia stamp.
I stamped the main image from two different sets and colored them with one of my favorite coloring mediums, the alcohol based markers, promarker and copic marker. I only have limited colors on these markers but I’m glad I’m able to use what I have and make the most of it. These markers are quite expensive especially the copics but I get by with my crafty coloring using only what I have. One doesn’t necessarily need to buy all the available colors in the spectrum to get you to coloring 🙂
One thing I love about alcohol markers is that it blends nicely when you combine 2 to 3 colors and they also give vibrant colors.
I die cut the frame using My Favorite Things scallop die and additionally stamped some swirly vines on the sides.
I’m using a card sketch from CAS Colours and Sketches Challenge # 192.
I’m also entering this card to Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge # 212, Make your mark.
And CASology, Week 216 – Frame.
Just popping in quickly to share my second card for My Favorite Things Card Design Superstar 2016.
You can find my first card entry here.
I totally forgot that I have this Die-namics Floral Fusion Cover Up die that I really haven’t used yet. Wow! That was bought sometime ago. I saw a card set before that used this cover up die and I made sure that time that I need to get this floral die. It’s a shame that I haven’t played on it yet until now 🙂
I’m happy to use it in today’s card background. I used it to die cut a subtle designed paper, with a hint of soft color outline.
Also, I had some coloring on my images, my gnome with watercolor and the fence and flowers with promarker.
I also placed a die cut vellum using MFT dies and placed it behind the images so they will not be lost in the floral die cut design on the base.
Note that you can click on the image for a larger view
the gnome and fence colored detail
A closer look on the Hello banner. I have the sentiment stamped on a designer paper and attached it to a toothpick, then tucked it behind the fence
And that is all. Until then!
Just popping in quickly to share my take in this week’s Sketch Challenge at My Favorite Things, Sketch Challenge # 298.
I used the stamps from You Gnome Me and die cut the images too with their coordinating dies. For coloring, I used my promarker and a bit of copics. I also used the square scallop dies also from My Favorite Things.
I’m into MFT stamps lately and I’m building my collection slowly when I get the chance to get new supplies online.
There’s a stamp sale currently at Ellen Hutson and bought new stamps from where else, MFT stamps 🙂
So here’s my take
I’m also entering this card to Addicted to Stamps and more, Anything Goes.
Today I received my first set of stamps from Love Cynthia. I have been waiting for about forever to get hold of these stamps as all of the ones I really like are always out of stock. I finally got the chance when they went back on stock last month and took the opportunity to buy some goodies.
So what better way to make of today than to use one of the set into a card 🙂
My card sketch inspiration is from Sketch N Scrap, Sketch # 81.
I first stamped the two doilies in the background in two different colors, then colored my images using promarkers and copics. I also diecut the frame from Mama Elephant dies and added some sequins and ribbon for texture.
I’m also entering this card to Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge, Clean and Simple.
Posted in Cards, Challenges, Mama Elephant, Sketch challenges, Sketch-N-Scrap
- Tagged card sketch, coloring, die cutting, Love Cynthia, mama elephant, pretty pink posh, ribbon, sequins, sketch n scrap
I did some mist and spritzing the other day and yesterday’s card and I continue to use that in today’s card share.
I used another mist background using Mr Huey’s Jubillee mini mist and love how that small circle dot mist mimics the circles in my die cut tag shape.
I’m using Paper Smooches stamps, firstly the main image and the pie and strawberry. I colored the images with promarker and copic markers for the skin color. Since the strawberry is a silhouette only, I stamped that only with red ink. I don’t seem to have a small cupcake stamp to let the guy hold as birthday present so I used the pie and top that with strawberry as alternative 🙂 That should do right? 🙂
I”m entering this card to Paper Smooches September Challenge, Anything Goes.
I’m also entering this card to Seize the Birthday, Anything Goes with option topping-Tag.
Today’s project uses this cute fairy stamps from The Greeting Farm. I recently received this set from my haul and need to color them quickly to make it to The Cupcake Inspirations Challenge # 373. I find the colors in the photo image perfect for these fairies to use, soft yet some darker reds underneath.
I used my promarker and copic markers to color the images. These are alcohol based markers that are great to blend. I have a limited markers of this type but they serve me well in coloring small images like these stamps.
The fairies have coordinating dies but I don’t have them so I fussy cut them including the mushrooms 🙂 need to do what I need to do to make them look good when I put dimensional tape to pop them up.
I used a card sketch inspiration from (CAS)E this sketch # 188. I used some fabric ribbons in the sides and also used my new wonky rectangular diecut to the white panel. Love how the texture stitch add interest in a plain paper.
I’m also entering this card to Simon Says Stamp, Anything Goes Challenge
and 4 Crafty Chick # 314 challenge, Fussy Cutting.
Posted in Cards, Challenges, my favorite things, Simon Says Stamp, Sketch challenges
- Tagged a few of my favorite things, CAS(E) this sketch, coloring, die cutting, hello, promarker, ribbon, simon says stamp, stamping, the greeting farm
Just a quick log to share my take in Match the Sketch #134 challenge.
I used my new stamp from My Favorite Things BB You Gnome Me. How cute is that gnome? 🙂 Always makes me smile. I colored him with promarkers, and added some sequins for some more fun.
Also entering this card to Little Claire’s Designs: Challenge # 71-Anything Goes.
And Through the Craft Room Door Challenge, Anything Goes.
Today is a school themed card for some of my favorite online card challenges.
I used Paper Smooches Smarty Pants stamp set including its coordinating dies.
I’m entering this to Paper Smooches Sparks challenge this week, Aug 16-22 (wk 3) Anything Goes.
I had fun coloring those pencils, books & apple with promarkers 🙂
and a closer look
My card sketch inspiration is from Match the Sketch # 86.
Also entering this card to Sparkle & Shine Challenge 12, Back to School.
and Simon Says Stamp, Back to School Challenge.
Also in Cute Card Thursday Challenge # 387, Back to School.
I did a birthday card once again using Sarah Hurley stamps and papers. For this one,I did a combination of things. A little bit of embossing, die cutting, coloring, stamping and fussy cutting, love them all 🙂
To see the process how I did this project, please visit SarahHurley365 blog and say hello in there too.
I’m entering this card to Cupcake Inspirations 300th Challenge celebration, Color Inspiration Challenge. I love the color palette on this inspirational image
I’m also entering this to Seize the Birthday Challenge, Birthday theme with a topping to make the Sentiment the Focal Point.
Posted in Birthday, Cards, Challenges, Sarah Hurley Designs
- Tagged birthday card, card challenge, cupcake, die cutting, embossing, fussy cut, handmade card, sarah hurley designs, stamping