Hello friends! Today I have this floral slimline card over My Sweet Petunia Blog featuring Que Sera, Sera Stamp Set and Dies and the Slimline Nested Rectangle Dies from Picket Fence Studios. Also, for this card I used the original MISTI to stamp all flowers and leaves.
For more details and a pictures head over to My Sweet Petunia Blog, click here. List of supplies are listed below. Have a wonderful week and thanks for stopping by!
Hello friends! Today I’m over Picket Fence Studios blog sharing this slimline card and I’m featuring the new Slimline Nested Rectangles Dies. If you want to see more pictures and how I made this card then you can head over to Picket Fence Studios blog and check out all the details, click here.
Hello friends! Today I have this card over WOW! Embossing Powder blog featuring two of the new embossing powders and if you want to know how I made it head over WOW! Embossing Powder blog, click here. You also will find a video tutorial of this card at WOW! Embossing Powder YouTube channel here.
Hello crafty friends! This is my final card for Level 2 and I’m so excited to finally be here since 2018. I know! Time flies and I have been procrastinating too much. Anyways, this last class was spectacular because I love to heat emboss. I could gold-heat emboss every single stamp so for this card I decided to change a little bit and use this Golden Peach Crisp Embossing Powder that is absolutely gorgeous along with Platinum Crisp Embossing Powder, White Embossing Powder and to add a touch of glitter I used Capri Embossing Glitter from WOW!
Also, I chose to heat emboss over vellum and in my opinion you get a better impression when you heat emboss in this material, plus it looks so elegant and beautiful.
The stamp I used for this card is Nature Blossoms and the coordinating dies. The big thanks is from Script Words 2 Die Set. The sequins are Antique Gold Sequins from Altenew. One of the papers from my background is a specialty 3D cardstock that matched the Golden Peach Crisp Embossing Powder and the other is from Celebrations 6×6 paper pad from Altenew.
Let’s start! To create my background I die cut an A2 panel out of one of the papers from Celebrations 6×6 paper pad from Altenew and adhered it to a white folded notecard using glue. Then, the specialty 3D cardstock was cut diagonally and added to the panel, just like you see in the pictures.
Next, I heat embossed all my flowers from Nature Blossoms Stamp Set, so for that I stamp each outline stamp onto vellum using Versamark Emboss ink pad and heat embossed them with Hero Arts White Embossing Powder and my heat tool. Then, I heat embossed two detailed stamps from these flowers using Golden Peach and Platinum Crisp Embossing Powders.
TIP: Always remember to use anti-static powder before heat embossing.
Here you can have a closer look from the specialty 3D cardstock and the heat emboss layering on the flowers. The center part of each flower was heat embossed using Capri Embossing Glitter for that touch of sparkle and it gave the flowers the contrast in color needed.
For the leaves, I decided to change the combination of colors and I heat embossed all the outline parts with Platinum Crisp Embossing Powder and the detailed stamps were heat embossed using Hero Arts White Embossing Powder and I honestly loved how they look. I will be trying this in the future for sure!
Once I finished heat embossing all flowers and leaves I die cut them using the matching dies. I arranged all die cuts on top of the panel following the diagonal line crated with the papers on the background. I added clear foam tape to get some dimension between all the elements on the panel.
Finally, from a teal mirror cardstock, that I have in my stash, I die cut the Thanks die from Script Words 2 Die Set and I placed it on top of the flowers using glue, in addition I added a few Antique Gold Sequins, some Nuvo drops around and my card was finished.
Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by. I hope you like this card and get some inspiration. Have a wonderful day and see you next time.
Hello crafty friends! Today I have this card part of the Masking Unleashed class from Altenew Academy. On this class I learned different techniques for masking and I chose this one where you can create beautiful backgrounds. Additionally and since mask stencils are very popular now, I used the negative parts of a stencil to mask my flowers and create a background. This technique is fantastic and a great way to create a quick and unique background. I haven’t tried this technique before but I’m already a fan of it.
For this card I used Wonderland Stamp Set, Wonderland Mask Stencil, Moroccan Mosaic Stamp Set, More than Words Stamp Set for the sentiment and Antique Gold Pigment ink for my background.
Let’s begin, I started by stamping my flowers on a piece of Neenah Crest Solar White 80 lbs. I used the corresponding negative parts of the mask stencil for the flowers at the bottom. I stamped with a copic-friendly black ink.
Next, I removed the mask stencils and I colored the flowers using Copic markers. Once I finished coloring I placed the corresponding negative parts of the mask stencil on all flowers. I needed all flowers to be masked so I can stamp on top of them.
To stamp the Moroccan background stamp I had to use my biggest MISTI so I can re stamp with no problems. I did have to re stamp at least 4 times using the Antique Gold Pigment Ink and I can say that even with those layers of the mask I had a pretty decent impression.
At the end I trimmed down the top and bottom part of this panel and adhered a white folded card note using foam tape. Then, I stamped the sentiment using More than Words Stamp Set with black ink, added a few embellishments, sequins and this card was ready.
I’m so grateful for this class where I have learned a lot of tips an techniques. Masking is a whole new world where you are going to have so much fun. Thank you so much for stopping by and have a marvelous day!
Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing this colorful card part of the Color your Day class from Altenew Academy. Just like its name this class is all about how to add and play with colors in your cards and feel confident about using them. I’m a fan of adding colors and on this card I was sure to play with colors and contrast. I love getting inspiration from my kids clothing but for this card my inspiration came from a picture that you will see below.
The products I used for this card are Starry Flowers Stamp and dies, Flowing Drops Stencil and Fancy Hello die. Additionally, I used Watercolor Brush Markers and Daffodil Yellow paper glaze as a medium for my stencil.
Let’s start! I placed the Flowing Drops Stencil on top of an A2 watercolor paper and applied the Daffodil Yellow paper glaze across the stencil with the help of an spatula. Then, I removed the stencil and let this panel dry for about 30 minutes.
Once the panel was dry I trimmed down the edges a little bit and adhered a white folded note card at the back using glue. I used paper glaze on the background because I love how bright this shade of yellow is and that helped me to create the contrast with the flowers.
Next. on a piece of watercolor paper I stamped the two images from the Starry Flowers Stamp Set using black ink and then I heat embossed them with WOW! Clear Gloss Embossing Powder.
I started adding colors with the Watercolor Brush Markers that work beautifully and the pigment doesn’t fade away once it’s dry. Using the matching dies I die cut the flowers and added both of them to the background using foam tape.
Also, I die cut an oval shape out of vellum and adhered it on top of the flowers. Then, I die cut the Fancy Hello die twice out of white and light teal cardstocks. I placed the white die cut behind the teal Hello and added this stack to the vellum.
Finally, a few Nuvo clear drops were added along with some clear iridescent sequins around the panel and this card was finished.
This class was amazing! I have to admit that this was my first time watching how a color wheel works and it really helps. Remember that if you aren’t sure which colors go well together you can always use a color wheel chart. Thank you so much for stopping by and have a fabulous day!
Hello friends today I’m sharing this floral slimline card over Picket Fence Studios blog. I’m using Wild Peonies stamp set, Aurora Borealis stamp and the new Thank You word die. You will find all details on how I made this card over Picket Fence Studios blog, click here.
Below you will find a few pictures, have an amazing day!
Hi crafty friends! Today I’m sharing this card part of the Magical Marker Techniques class from Altenew Academy and I must say that this class really teaches you how to think out of the box and give your Artist Markers a very unique and creative way to use in your cards. I would never imagine to use alcohol markers with a brayer and create a background, but I did it and I loved the technique because the final result is like an organic watercolor look that doesn’t need much since it looks really awesome.
For this card I used Artist Markers Cosmic Garden Set A, Virginia Rose 3D Die and Peruvian Lily Stamp Set for my sentiment.
I started by scribbling Frosty Pink and Coral Berry markers onto a piece of acetate and then I sprayed Isopropyl alcohol from a spritzer. Immediately, I picked up the ink with the brayer and rolled it across a piece of white cardstock. I repeated these steps but this time I added a bit of Ruby Red.
I didn’t want too much color in my background so this panel was ready to adhere a white folded note card at the back using glue. I love the natural flow of the ink on this background. It looks so organic, just like things are in real life.
Next, I decided to apply the ink directly to the flowers and leaves from the Virginia Rose 3D Die. I have seen this before but I never tried it so using Frayed Leaf and Forest Glades markers I colored a piece of white cardstock and then I die cut some leaves using the dies from the Virginia Rose 3D Dies.
I did the same using Coral Berry, Ruby Red and Grapevine markers to add color to the flower.
Then, I stamped my sentiment from Peruvian Lily Stamp Set using black ink. I added the leaves and the flower that I have put together using more glue. Finally, I added some clear iridescent sequins as the final touch to this card.
I tent to overwork my backgrounds and I spend lots of time making just one card and I have no complaints about it because that’s my style, however this lesson taught me how gorgeous a simple card looks. You don’t need to spend hours creating to make beautiful things. You need to love the simple creations because they are gorgeous in their own way and this card is so different from what I usually make but it looks perfect in my eyes.
I hope you like these techniques and thank you so much for stopping by. Have a fabulous day!
Hello crafty friends! Today we’re celebrating a new release from Picket Fence Studios. We have lots of fabulous new word dies, stamps and stencils. Below you can take a look at all the cards I made for this February release.
Also, we are having a fabulous IG Hop with a $50 gift card prize for one lucky winner, so hop along with us. More details will be given over my IG account.
Hope you get some inspiration and like the cards I made. You will also find the affiliated links below. Happy crafting!
Hello friends! Today I’m sharing my last project as a Guest Designer over WOW! Embossing Powder blog. This project is extra cute and I made two coffee pillow boxes that you can give to your friends or your loved ones. You can add candies or chocolates inside, as well as cash.
You can have the full tutorial and all the pictures over WOW! Embossing Powder blog so please check out their blog for more details, click here. Have a wonderful day!