Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Sunny Studio - Happy Birthday Card

Hello everyone! I am on Sunny Studio blog today, sharing the Inlay die-cutting technique featuring our Stitched Circle Small dies. 

To start with, I sponged some white cardstock pieces in rainbow colors using distress oxide ink. Now to create the inlay die-cuts. I started by die-cutting the biggest circle die using the purple paper, now die-cut the 2nd largest circle from the same purple keeping the die slightly off-set. Next is the blue circle, die-cut it using the 2nd. largest circle dies. Then die-cut the inside using the 3rd. largest circle keeping it off-set. Die-cut all the pieces in the same way by simply going down the circle size . These circles will fit in each other and we will have a flat eccentric circle piece.

Add 3d foam to the circles to the back so they stick together. Before removing the release paper, flick some water to get a subtle texture. I then sprayed this circle with Imagine Shimmer spray for a lovely shine.

Adhere this circle focal image to a white cardbase.

Die-cut the word "Hello" from the Slimline Scalloped Frame dies. Die-cut them 4 times and stack them together for some dimension. Apply spectrum noir shimmer pen to it and adhere to the card. Stamp the sentiment from the Inside Greetings - Birthday stamp set, onto black stripe and heat emboss using white embossing powder by WOW!

Stamp the butterfly from the Garden Fairy stamp set and die-cut using the coordinating die. Add a touch of color. Adhere to the card. 

To finish, adhere some Rainbow Pearls.

Thank you for stopping by. Have a nice day!

Monday, February 22, 2021

Crafty Meraki - One Of A Kind

Hello everyone! Today, I am on Crafty Meraki blog with a water colored floral card using the One of a Kind stamp set.

I started by stamping the flowers using versamark ink onto watercolor paper. I then sprinkled WOW! Metalline Flame embossing powder and heat set it. Now I water-colored the florals using various distress inks and Altenew watercolors. Let them dry.
Stamp the solid leaves images using antique linen distress ink onto watercolor paper. Color using Altenew watercolors. Once dry, I flicked some white paint to these images. Fussy cut all the images.
Flick some black splatters to a white cardbase. Adhere the floral cluster to it using 3D foam. Add spectrum noir clear sparkle pen to the flowers. Stamp the sentiment onto a white stripe and adhere to the card. 
To finish I added some Nuvo jewel drops - Rosewater. 
Thank you for dropping by. Have a nice weekend!

Saturday, February 13, 2021

Crafty Meraki - Sending Hugs Card

Hello everyone! I am so excited to be guest designing for Crafty Meraki blog. Thank you Bindu for having me here. 

I have a Clean and Simple card for you today with noline copic coloring technique using this GORGEOUS butterfly image "Meraki"

I started by stamping the beautiful butterfly from Meraki stamp set using antique linen distress ink. I then colored it using various shades of pink, yellow, brown copic markers. I used some greens to color in the florals. Now it's time to fussy cut the image.

I then took a white card and flicked some gold and black ink to it. Let it dry. Now, I die-cut the largest of the Sunny Studio Scalloped Circle Mat 3 die using white cardstock. I then die-cut the inside using the 3rd largest circle of the Sunny Studio Stitched Circle Large die. This gives me a beautiful frame to ground the butterfly image. Adhere the frame to the card using 3D foam. Adhere the butterfly using 3D foam.

Stamp the sentiment from the Crafty Meraki One of A Kind stamp set onto a white stripe. Mat with a green stripe towards the bottom (Tip: To match the color of the stripe to the flowers, I used one of the copic markers from the floral colors). Adhere the sentiment to the card.

Thank you for dropping by! Have a nice day!!

Monday, February 8, 2021

Lawn Fawn - Ready Set Snow Interactive Shaker Card

Hello everyone! I am so excited to be on the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge blog today as a guest. Thank you so much Lawn Fawn for having me.

I started by creating the background by stamping the snow stamp with Clear Embossing ink, sprinkle white embossing powder and heat set. Blend Abandoned Coral and Worn Lipstick Distress inks to create an ombrè look. Stamp the snowflake using Worn Lipstick ink using 1st and 2nd generation stamping technique, creating the variation in color. Finish by splattering some white and silver paint.

Stamp the Ready Set Snow snow globe onto the pattern paper using clear ink, heat emboss using white embossing powder. Cut the inside of the globe to create a window. (Note: you could die cut the snow globe using the Ready Set Snow Shaker Add-On die to create the window.)

Stamp the trees using various inks and die-cut using the coordinating dies. Die-cut the snowy backdrop pattern paper (from Snow Day Remix 6×6) using the snow globe die. Adhere 2 small white hills and adhere the trees. Adhere acetate behind the snow globe and create the shaker.

Stamp the snowman, color and die-cut. Stamp the sentiment and assemble the card together.

Thank you for dropping by!

Monday, February 1, 2021

Lawn Fawn - You Color My World Interactive Card

Hello Everyone! I am so excited to be a guest on the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge blog today. I have always loved Lawn Fawn, actually from the day they were born...lol. So it makes this all the more exciting :)

The theme of the challenge this month is What's the Weather! Interesting right?

Weather reminds me of the happy rainbows and the Hello Sunshine paper pack was the inspiration behind this fun interactive card.

There are lots of tutorials on the Lawn Fawn YouTube channel on how to assemble these dies :)


Here is a small video to see this card in action.


Here is the inspiration badge for the challenge. For more information about the challenge please check the Lawn Fawatics blog HERE.