Hi all! For today’s livestream, I created a fun masked and ink blended background and stamped the large border image from Simon’s Garden Greetings on top. To see how this card was made, check out the replays below.
Hi, all! Happy Thursday! Just yesterday I returned from my vacation to Hawaii! My husband and I spent a wonderful ten days in Maui and it was amazing. Since the trip was so long, I knew I’d have some down time for crafting. I essentially packed items from my Capsule Papercrafting Challenge List, and then decided that I’ll be doing the challenge for 30 days. So I will continue the challenge after returning home (with the exception of a few things I already committed to, like a video for the Simon Says Stamp card kit).
I’ve done the Capsule Papercrafting Challenge twice before and both time it was a great “reset” for my creativity. Having a focused set of supplies really pushes me to come up with creative solutions.
Happy Friday! Today’s post is FULL of rainbows! Just the way I like it. :)
I used a bunch of new products from Honey Bee for my cards during today’s livestream. I mainly use the Rainbow Builder A2 Card Base dies, the Rainbow Accent dies, Rainbow Dreams stamps, and the Look For the Rainbow stamps and coordinating dies.
NOTE: This post is sponsored by Simon Says Stamp. Thanks, Simon!
Hi all! Today I have a fun card for you that features a surprise element. When you look at the card straight on, the greeting looks white. However, when you tip the card, a rainbow edge is revealed.
Hi all! There’s a fun stencil in the latest Simon Says Stamp release called Orange Blossom, so today’s livestream I broke it out to play with! I I use a bunch of Simon’s inks to ink blend, then die cut the images using the coordinating dies. I finished off the card with a greeting from the Love Greetings Mix stamp set.
Happy Friday! For today’s livestream, I tried watercoloring with Distress Oxide reinkers. These inks, even though I used the same colors as last week, resulted in a very different effect. I watercolored two backgrounds, one on white watercolor paper, and one on black watercolor paper. And then I used Simon’s Best Day Ever dies to finish off the cards.