Over the past few weeks, it seems every Friday I had an ambitious plan of craft projects for weekend. Then I did not get a chance to make anything. I really hope this trend will change pretty soon. Any way, here is my card for the current challenge at Embellish.
The color seems a little bit off on the screen. I got some Hambly Screen print tapes and can't wait to play with them.
I used the pretty phases stamp and a free digi flower. I have been admiring Karen's misted/sprayed cards. I wanted to give it a try. Well, it turned out that misting is not just pressing down the button. You won't believe how many cardstocks I misted before I got this one. But it is addictive, I will definitely mist again in the new future. Two sizes of the digi flowers were printed out, fuzzy cut and layered for dimension.
I have good news! I'm joining the Bows and Berries design team! When Robin e-mailed, I was super excited...Of course I said yes!
Today, Bows and Berries is having a new challenge using GLITTER. I used this cute circus seal and made a CAS card.
Great part of using digital stamp is I can make it big or small, I can flip it, rotate it and also using a lot other technique I can use on a regular stamp. I decided to let my seal facing right and give him some fun dots by flipping and printing on patterned paper. I paper pieced, colored and also used glitter on his seat and ball. Sentiment is from Amuse. I got this card stock for awhile and haven't used it. The color speckles add some more celebration atmosphere to the card.
Check out the Bows and Berries and see the fabulous cards other DT member created. Hope you can play along too.
I tried the technique featured on Paper Trey Ink Make it Monday - stamping with acrylic paint. I recently painted bird house with my kids and still had a bunch of acrylic paint left.
I went through my PTI stamps to find a stamp works better with acrylic paint. I realized that none of my PTI stamps were good candidates to stamp with acrylic paint. Then I looked through other stamps and only one with solid a image was an Amuse leafy branch. I used three different colors of acrylic paint to create the fall foliage image. PTI signature greeting was prefect for this card. Since it was a one layer card, it was also entered into Wee Memories current challenge #67 - one layer creation.
Thanks for stopping by. Have a nice weekend!
Supplies: Paper:Bazzill kraft card stock,
Stamp: PTI signature greetings, Amuse celebrate the season Ink: Memento tuxedo black Other: hemp twine, Recollections rhinestone stickersPin It
I used Make-The-Cut to cut the butterfly from patterned papers. I did one complete cut for the top layer, and one incomplete cut for the bottom layer to help the butterfly pop up. I love the effect that the butterfly is 3-D, and that you can also see the paper underneath.
Here is the sketch for the challenge.
Here is a close-up of the popped-up butterfly.
Thanks for stopping by. Hope I can get some more craft projects done this weekend. Have a great week guys!
Supplies: Paper:PTI card stock, basic grey out of print, and a few others (I already put everything back into my craft closet and too laze to go back and check) Stamp: PTI think big #4 Ink: Memento tuxedo black Other: K&Company rhinestone sticker, make-the-cutPin It