I stamped multiple images from the Love you a Latte Lawn Fawn set and heat embossed them. I then colored the background with Worn Lipstick Festive Berries and Peacock Feathers. I used a Tim Holtz Stencil and Fired Brick to make the coffee rings on the backgound. Stamped and colored the panel with copics. Then attached it to some vellum to add a faint border, so I wouldn't hide much of the background. Added a few sequins and called it done.
Thanks again for stopping by! I better go get my errands done! ;-)
Good Morning!!! I'm about to run out the door to get some errands done while the boys are at school, but I wanted to get some cards posted to challenges before I left. Just in case! This first card is getting linked to SSS Wed challenge and Lawnscaping.
I did end covering a lot of the background, but wanted to make sure there was plenty white space around the heart.
I heat embossed the background with chevron and used distress inks to color it. I then used the same distress inks to color the heart from a Heidi Swapp stencil and used the stamp that came with it for the sentiment.
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Lawn Fawn- Chevron backdrops
Heidi Swapp- Heart stencil and sentiment
Distress Inks- Worn lipstick, Festive Berries and Fired Brick
Second and possibly the last post today. I love how this card turned out. Looks so clean and simple.
Using a stencil I colored in the heart with distress inks. I'm pretty proud how well the blending turned out. For the XOXO border die (which just came in the mail yesterday!) I cut it out 3 times and layered them together. I love that you can see the dimension in the picture and how the letters look like craft foam on the card. (Or at least I think so).
Today while I was skyping with a friend in NC I made a few cards... instead of just sitting one the computer chatting! Which is was usually happens (at least for me). She tends to get cards made everytime!
I made this card with a specific person in mind, since his birthday is right around the corner. Using a die that I picked up early last year, but have never actually used. I feel so bad when I do that, but usually get around to using it. ;-)
I got a new phone so I'm trying it's camera, it's already looking a little better than my old one. I generally get to lazy or in a hurry to get my real camera out for card photos. Anywho...
I taped off the top and bottom of the card so that I could color my "sky" with distress inks. Then I ran the die through my cuttlebug 3 times and glued the layers together for some dimension on the card. I love this look! I also did the same technique on another card that will be sharing in another post.
Hello everyone and Happy New Year. I've been a little side tracked lately and not making many cards and posting them to any challenges. Hopefully I can get back on track now that things are calming down and the boys are back to school! (Well when it's not -10 outside) On to my first card of the new year and I'm starting off with Valentine's, it'll be here before I know it.
I was happy to use my new Stitched circles dies from Simon Says Stamp and since I haven't cut them apart yet I used them as they came. :-) Hope everyone is have a wonderful start to the new year and staying warm!
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Simon Says Stamp- Stitched circle dies
Lawn Fawn- Wish you were here (arrow stamp and die, heart dies)