Fairytale Stampers-Anything Goes
CHNC-Anything Goes Christmas
Addicted To Stamps-Clean and Simple
52 Christmas Card Throwdown- Colours-Blue, Grey and Kraft
OK, I have been neglecting my card making and now I am back like the glitter vixen I am. This first Card was fun to create since it brought out my Christmas stamps. I used my sizzex and cuddlebug for the cutting and the design. Blue dye ink and pearl blue powder for the ornament stamp and distress ink for the evergreen. Some silver stickles and silver pen completes the look.
Holly Jolly-Lots of layers
Happy Little Stampers-Inlaid Die-Cutting
Glitter N' Sparkle- Use Ribbon or lace
Dream Valley Challenges-Use Ribbon, Lace and Pearls
Girly card alert! Glitter, Pearls, Lace and ribbon! This was actually the previous week's challenge for 52 Christmas Cards and I missed it. I used the sizzex machine to cut out the village twice...once with the glitter paper and the next time on basic white paper. I coloured the village with tombow markers and inset it into the glitter paper. I surrounded it with lace, added the ribbon and adhered it to a mauve cardstock that I used the cuddlebug on-there are layers from the lace to the ribbon and beyond! For some dimension, I rubbed versamark pad across the raised areas and placed perfect pearls over top.
Happy Little Stampers-CASE the designer (she used black background, Butterflies and flowers)
Eclectic Ellapu-Anything Goes
Craft Your Passion-Anything Goes
This was fun to play with (so is my husband but that's probably TMI). I have some basic black cardstock, stamped the image in versamark pad and used perfect pearls and brushed the powder over the image to create this scene. I used some greens, violet, teal, and white sparkle. I adhered it to...get this....wallpaper circa 1972! You only see it as a border but I thought it was kind of funky. I finished it off with some border stickers that I coloured in blue with markers.
Distress dye pads were used for the background and believe it or not....super easy! You take these pads and put the colour down on some surface that is easy to wipe off. You can choose as many colours as you wish but I chose 3-I can't remember the exact names but one was a yellow, one was an orange and one was a strawberry. You take a spray bottle and spray on the surface to wet the dye ink and then take your basic white paper and place it on top of the ink...Voila! I stamped the tulips (the stamp is about 4 years old) with basic black dye pad and used my gamsol pencils to colour the tulips. I used the sizzex to cut out the butterfly, added the stickers and some glitter. Colouring just relieves the stress....