This is the card I made for the freshly made sketches this week!
Initially I used blushing bride for the die cut number, but then I found the colour was too light, and I wanted something bright, so I decided to sponge the melon mambo on the edge, unfortunately I smudged a couple of areas, so I had to sponge the whole number to hide them :)
I guess it was a beautiful mistake, because I love this result much more than it was.
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Happy World Card Making Day!! I am so thrilled to be part of the Simon Says Stamps WCMD 2017 celebration party. 20 designers from the globe were invited to join the fun. I’m representing China. We love red and gold in terms of celebration, so I wanted to add these two colours for today’s project.
Here a christmas card I created using SSS Christmas essentials and SSS circle doodle background.
To start, I die cut a piece of watercolour paper using MFT wonky stitch rectangle die, then I stamped the SSS circle doodle background stamp in clear embossing ink on the watercolour panel, and heat set in white embossing powder. I used Gansai Tambi watercolour for the background colouring.
Next, I stamped all the images in black on white and copic coloured them. For the sentiment, I stamped it in clear embossing ink on black card stock, heat set in gold embossing powder. Ther e's no matching die for the sentiment, so I fussy cut it out. After having all the pieces rea…
Welcome to Your Next Stamp October new release blog hop. This release includes a number of fun stamps and dies, including Be Jolly, Hammie holiday fun, Periodically Nerdy, and rectangle stick frame die set.
I made a card using Hammie holiday fun and rectangle stick frame die to celebrate the new release.
I had a lot of fun when making this card. I stamped all the images in black on white card stock, coloured them by copic markers. For my background, I blended worn lipstick and cracked pistachio distress oxide inks on the case base, and added drops of water using distress sprayer. Then I die cut the rectangle stick frame twice on a card panel to create the windows.
I fussy cut all the images I coloured earlier and foam mounted them on the card panel. And, my card is finished.
Be sure to visit Your Next Stamp blog to hop along, and leave a comment on such designer's blog for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate. Also there is a sale on the Your Next Stamp Stor…
Today is Your Next Stamp October new release preview day! Can you believe that we are already in October, and the holiday season is not that far away. I am just wondering if everyone else has started making Christmas cards yet, because I have been making mine since September. Here is a card I created using Be Jolly and large reverse scallop die from Your Next Stamp October new release.
I had a dancing critter, obviously he would need a stage for his holiday dance, so I used Tim Holtz rays stencil and fossilised amber distress oxide ink to create the stage lighting, and the large reverse scallop die to create the stage curtains.
I hope you like this card, please visit Your Next Stamp blog to see more preview photos from other design team members.
Be sure to come back tonight at 10:00pm EST for YNS New Release Blog Hop and your chance to win a $25 gift certificate!!
Thanks so much for stopping by, hope to see you all soon.