Today I am showing you how to make your own patterned paper. I am using MFT Plentiful Petals stamps and dies and Altenew inks along with a pretty background die also from MFT (Romantic Script). I used the current MFT Sketch Challenge #346 as inspiration for the layout, and combined the homework from MFT Camp Create Magnificent Masking and Online Card Classes Rainbow maker Day 2: Rainbow stamping in one card.
Here is my card:
I started with die cutting the coordinating dies for some of the floral images from masking paper, and temporarily adhered those masks on a piece of white cardstock. I stamped the background stamp using black ink, and then removed the masks.
I stamped each flower I the empty spots using colourful inks in a rainbow order.
I die cut the panel with a die from the MFT Blueprint 22 set for a fancy look. I wrapped a strip of vellum around it. I also stamped and die cut the biggest flower from the stamp set, to hold my sentiment, which is partially stamped (MFT Essential sentiments) and die cut from glitter paper.
As a finishing touch I added white glitter enamel dots to the flowers as embellishment.
I will link this project to the above mentioned challenges and also to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Add a sentiment.
I hope you like my card and will check back tomorrow for more fun.
Here is the other card I made especially for my sweet sister-in-law. HAPPY BIRTHDAY ENAS!
Details of the technique in my previous post.
This card is totally one layer, even the frame is embedded. The only things “sticking out” are the enamel dots in the middle of the flowers and the little jewels around them.
This card is linked up on the MFT Camp Create Day 1: Inlaid die cutting and the Online Card Classes Rainbow maker Day 3: Rainbow die cuts.
Check back soon if you like my cards.
Today morning I am back with 2 cards: both using a technique called in-laid die cutting, and gorgeous products from MFT. I am having so much fun on the Online Card Classes Rainbow maker and the MFT Camp create just started too. So I tried to combine the homework from both. Here is my first card:
I started with a piece of printer paper and made the guide using the dies I selected for this card. I die cut everything as I planned it in my head and when I was happy with the design, I used this guide to help me line up the die on real, white cardstock.
I also die cut the elements using coloured cardstock scraps (it is a great way to use up those leftovers) and glitter paper. I used the Bottlecap letters to cut the letters from the middle of each balloon, and cut them again from silver glitter paper.
I also white heat embossed a sentiment from the MFT Essential sentiments stamp set on a very thin strip of black cardstock.
To assemble the card I used a big piece of double sided adhesive (Sookwang) which is in my stash forever and is perfect for techniques like this. I adhered the tape to an A2 sized card base, placed the white negative piece on top and simple added the colourful pieces like a puzzle. I find this very relaxing.
After the card was all together, I used a Copic Multiliner 0,3 marker and a T-square ruler to draw some balloon strings.
I will upload this card as the homework for the OOC Day 3 Rainbow die cutting, and also as a project for MFT Camp Create Day 1: Inlaid made easy.
I hope you like my card and will return soon to see the next one.
Have a great day,
I am back today with a cute birthday card inspired by the MFT Sketch Challenge #345. This is the sketch:
And this is my card:
Sometimes I love to flip through patterned paper pads to get inspired. This is what happened in this case, I found this pastel striped piece of paper the other day and I wanted to make a card with it. I cut a stripe and matted it with a matching dark blue cardstock piece. I also die cut an aqua pierced circle frame and backed it with white tissue paper for a unique look. It reminds me of the birthday presents 😀
Then I stamped and coloured the images from the MFT Beach bunnies and Happy hippos sets using Copics/Shinhan markers. I used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I arranged them on the layout and stamped the sentiment just under using a teal ink.
After the card was assembled, I added a bit of Spectrum Noir shimmer and glossy accents.
I will link this project up to the MFT Sketch Challenge and Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge For a kid.
Hope you like my card and will pop in again soon.
I was busy trying to catch up with the latest Online Card Classes Rainbow Maker. I am through Day 1 so far, and here is my homework.
I created a mask using masking paper which I cut down to 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 inches. I die cut a heart shape from it and after removing the release paper I adhered the heart mask on Bristol smooth cardstock. I applied Distress inks in rainbow order on the whole panel, then taped down the MFT Sunray stencil and went back with the same inks.
For the images I used several Lawn Fawn sets (Elfie selfie and Love letters). I coloured them with Copics and used the coordinating dies to cut them out.
The sentiment is MFT (Essential and More essential sentiments) and I made up the rest using alphabet dies from Lawn Fawn Cole’s ABC from glitter paper and some scrap white cardstock for more dimension.
A bit of sparkle and shine using Spectrum Noir Shimmer pen and glossy accents finished off this cheerful and funny card.
I will upload this project to the Lawnfawnatics #10 challenge Custom sentiments and Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Happy Birthday and Wednesday Challenge For a child.
I hope you like my card and will pop in soon again to see what I have done with the other part of the mask.
See you tomorrow,
Today I wanted to share with you a fun technique using a stencil and one shade of distress ink (Blueprint Sketch). The card I made was inspired by the MFT Card Challenges: Sketch Challenge #344 and Colour Challenge 74#.
Here is my card:
I started with a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock and applied the distress ink on it with a mini ink blending tool. Then I temporarily taped down the MFT One way chevron stencil and applied more ink from the same colour. Before removing the stencil I spritzed the panel with Tsukineko Shimmer Spritz. After letting it sit for a few minutes, I added white and black splatters with a paint brush.
I die cut a scalloped edged flag from the distressed piece of cardstock, I used some MFT border dies and partial die cutting to achieve this look. I also die cut a Happy sentiment from white pearlescent paper and 2 stitched strips from Greeneyed Monster glitter cardstock.
I stamped and coloured the cute hippos from the new Birdie Brown Happy Hippos stamp set and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. The colouring is done with Copics. A little bit of Spectrum Noir shimmer and glossy accents on the accessories made these images even more special. I also used a black glaze pen for the eyes of the hippos.
I heat embossed a sentiment from the Essential sentiments stamp set in white on a light grey cardstock and used 3D foam tape to mount the focal panel.
I will link this project up on the following challenges: MFT Sketch Challenge, MFT Colour Challenge, Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Happy Birthday and Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Splatter it.
I hope you like my card and will return soon.