Another post from me today for the Lawnfawnatics Challenge: Create a scene. If only I had more time, I love Lawn Fawn stamps and creating a scene, just life did not allow me to indulge in more crafty time.
Here is my card:
I started with stamping and colouring the cute animals from the Wild for you set using Copic and Shinhan markers, and cut them with the coordinating dies. I also used the blackboard from A good apple set. I embellished it with some little accessories from the same set and coloured it with alcohol markers to.
When it was die cut, I white heat embossed a sentiment from the So much to say stamp set on the blackboard.
To set the background I chose 2 patterned papers from the Sweater weather pad and adhered the blackboard first. I used 3D foam tape to mount the critters. I used a black glaze pen, a white gel pen and Spectrum Noir shimmer pen to add some details. I finished it with adding glossy accents to some parts of the images for more dimension.
I hope you like my card and will return tomorrow for more fun. Just a hint, it is gonna be freeeeeezing 🙂
Have a lovely evening,
Good evening all,
I am popping in quickly with a guest designer post: my 6 year old daughter Jana was crafting with me the other day (when I did the rainbow heart stencilling) and borrowed the mask and my distress inks.
She loves bright colours and rainbows, so she copied the background I made. She sponged distress ink all around the heart mask on Bristol Smooth paper. When she was done, she wanted to spritz it with Ranger Perfect Pearls mist. She needed little help with pushing the button as it is hard for a kid.
The day after she stamped a butterfly she chose from a Lawn Fawn set (Flutter by) and coloured with her ICO markers.
She used the MISTI while stamping which allowed her to stamp it 5 times for a perfect impression.
I am just simply so proud of her. This cheerful creation shows how kids see our world: pretty, colourful and full of sparkle.
I hope this guest designer post cheered you up and will help you to have sweet dreams.
I will upload Jana’s project to the Simon Says Stamp Kids Summer Challenge
See you tomorrow with another fun post.
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,
A couple of days passed without any news from me, I am sorry. Summer is mostly about the kids and spending time outside together. So definitely less time for blogging (I still craft a little every at just not as much as I want to). I am totally into summer cards now, I display them at our living room to add to the chilling mood.
This card was inspired by an ocean scene I saw on Pinterest. I wanted to make a card to capture the feels I had when I looked at that photo.
I started with a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock and sponged some distress inks using masking tape and a torn piece of printer paper. I made the sky, the ocean and the sand, flicked some water on the sand part along with different distress ink splatters to look more like sand. The ocean I misted with Tsukineko Shimmer mist for some sparkle.
I stamped a sentiment and some birds on the sky from Lawn Fawn Life is good set. I also added waves using the Marvy Snow marker and heated it up till it puffed. I gave the scene a dark brown mat and mounted it on a white card base.
The images from the So smooth Lawn Fawn set I stamped on marker friendly paper and coloured with Copics. I used the coordinating dies to cut them out and adhered them to the scene using 3D foam squares. A bit of Spectrum Noir shimmer pen and glossy accents finished off the card.
I will link this project up to the Lawnfawnatics Summertime fun Challenge as well as to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Distress it.
I hope you like it and will return soon for more inspirational cards.
I am popping in with an ocean themed card, which was inspired by the current Lawnfanatics Challenge Watercolour.
I had a piece of a watercoloured background I made not so long ago using Gansai Tambi watercolours and cling foil. The technique is from the gorgeous Jennifer McGuire, the video tutorial is linked here. I added some Tsukineko Shimmer mist to it for more shine and gave it a black thin mat before gluing it on a white card base. I stamped the sentiment in black from the Mermaid for you set.
I stamped a couple of images from the Fintastic friends and Mermaid for you sets on Bristol smooth cardstock, and coloured them with Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers. I used a Spectrum Noir shimmer pen to blend the colours and give them a little sparkle.
After adhering them to the ocean background I embellished the scene with a little gemstone heart (I coloured it with Copics to have a matching colour) and a few clear droplets from Studio Katia.
I will upload this project to the Lawnfanatics Challenge #7 Watercolor and Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Anything goes too.
I hope you like my clean and simple card and will pop in again soon for more inspiration,
Sea you soon,