I am back with some fresh inspiration for the Inky Paws Challenge #70.
I felt the sketch was shouting for a masculine card, so I gave it a try and came up with this design.
I started with selecting patterned paper and matching cardstock. I cut a window die from the olive cardstock and backed it with a strip of vellum. Before adhering it with foam tape, I heat embossed a sentiment from the Deer friend stamp set using gold embossing powder.
I really wanted to use the Splendid stags dies to cut some gold glitter deer. But the die I liked faced right. I needed a mirror die cut, so I simply cut it from the back side of the glitter paper. Worked out great, the scratches of my well used cutting plates do not show due to the glitter.
I popped up the 2 deer partially with foam tape and my clean and simple card for him is done.
I wish you like it and got inspired to play along the sketch challenge at IPC. There is still 5 days left for you to enter the challenge and be eligible to win the 20 USD gift certificate to the Newton’s Nook online store.
I will link this project up to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Sparkle and Shine.
Hope to see you soon,
It is Monday and time for a fresh new challenge at the Inky Paws Challenge website. #70 is a great sketch which inspired me to make a clean and simple every day card.
I started with cutting a piece of red gingham paper and a strip of red and a strip of white cardstock. On the red one I cut 3 windows with a Simon Says Stamp Tri square die. On the white one I stamped the sentiment and the cute doughnuts from the Love bites stamp set.
I quickly coloured them with Copic markers, added some highlights with a blender pen, some clear shimmer and glossy accents. I adhered the red frame on top and tied a piece of twine around the bottom part.
I used a kraft card base and popped up the focal panel with 3D foam tape. To make sure the bow will not come undone, I used a drop of Multi Matte Medium on the knot.
I hope you like my simple card design an you got inspired to participate in the Inky Paws Challenge #70. You have 2 weeks to upload your project to be eligible to win the 20USD gift certificate to the Newton’s Nook Designs online store.
See you soon with more fun projects.
It is my second card for the Colour challenge at Lawnfawnatics.
I coloured the cute Easter party critters back in Cairo, so I just had to make a scene for them. I die cut a Party banner from vellum, stamped the sentiment with Stazon ink on the top. I also cut a grassy border from patterned paper and a picket fence from white cardstock.
I adhered the scene, popped up some of the cute images with foam tape. I added some details with a white gel pen, Tonic Aqua Shimmer pen and glossy accents.
I cut a piece of the pretty rainbow paper from the Really Rainbow paper pad to cover the fron of an A2 sized card. I used small drops of liquid glue under the stitching of the vellum banner to hide the adhesive. 2 little mirror enamel dots (Pink and Main) finished it off.
I will upload this project to the Lawnfawnatics #25 challenge and the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Anything goes.
I hope this cute card made you smile and you will pop in again soon.
I am going to bombard you with cheerful cards today as yesterday night I was on a creative peek and made 5 spring/Easter cards. The first one is inspired by the current Lawnfawnatics Challenge #25 Colour Inspiration.
I stamped and coloured several flowers from Lawn Fawn Gleeful gardens and Fairy friends stamp sets, die cut them with their coordinating dies and added a lot of shimmer with my Tonic Aqua Shimmer pen to the petals.
I die cut a stitched rectangle frame from warm grey cardstock and backed it with vellum. I arranged the flowers in rainbow order.
For the background I backed a white Quilted backdrop panel with warm grey cardstock, stamped a sentiment from Fairy friends in black and adhered it to a white top folding card base.
I will link this project up to the Lawnfawnatics Challenge #25, Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Inside the box and Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Anything goes.
I hope you like my card and will check back for some more rainbows later.
I am back today with 2 posts for the MFT Creative Olympics, The first one is my entry to the Freestyle challenge.
The task is to make a winter card. Here is mine:
I had a fun alcohol inked background from an earlier creative session, which I was longing to put on a card. So I kept it simple. Stamped and coloured the little girl from the Warmest wishes (retired) set, used the coordinating die to cut it. I also cut a chained scalloped oval from white cardstock to glue around the girl.
Then I white heat embossed a sentiment from the set on a thin strip of black cardstock (I used a die from Blueprint 22 to cut it thin) and popped it up with 3D foam tape.
As a finishing touch I used stickles and glossy accents, and added some white dots with a Gelly roll pen. A few sparkling clear snowflakes I just had to add to make it really wintery.
I will upload this project to the MFT Freestyle Challenge, to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Add a die cut.
I hope you like my card and will return soon for more inspiration.
I am here today to share my entry for the MFT Creative Olympics first challenge, Stamping Slalom. The task is to use at least 3 different MFT sets.
My card features the following ones: You make my heart melt, You make my heart spin and Polar pals. All images coloured with Copics and cut out with the coordinating dies.
The background is made with Distress inks and masking tape, and I applied some snowpaste through a stencil for the snowfall. The sentiment is stamped in lavender ink on the bottom of my card.
Images embellished with black Glaze pen, Spectrum Noir Shimmer pen, Glossy accents and Nuvo Jewel Drops. Some of them I popped up with 3D foam tape for more dimension. I love all the texture on this card!
I will upload this to the above mentioned Stamping Slalom Challenge at MFT.
I hope you like my card and will return tomorrow for more fun projects.
I am popping in with a quick post (as the second for today) to share a simple design I created for the MFT Sketch Challenge this week.
Before I started with the card I had to find the patterned paper I envisioned in my head. It was not easy but I came across this one from a Pink and Main set and found matching cardstock too.
I die cut 3 pierced hearts and glued them on the patterned paper which I trimmed down a little bit. I die cut the word Happy from the Happy birthday to you die-namics 3 times from white cardstock and once from black. I tacked them together offsetting the black one to look like shadow.
I also heat embossed a sentiment from the All smiles stamp set on a black banner and popped it up with 3D foam tape.
A few clear sequins finished off this simple design.
I will upload this to the MFT Sketch Challenge 366.
I hope you like my card and will return soon for more inspiration.
See you soon,