The Sweet Little Valentine’s Cards & More pack on Page 16 of the Mini Catalogue comes with Note Cards and Card fronts to create quick cards. You can also use these as the starting point to create larger cards.
To create this card I cut one of the note cards in half, giving me 2 mattes. I mounted this on a Pool Party card base with a panel of Embossed Basic White cardstock.. A few Metallic Pearls tie in with the gold sentiment and border.
With the other half of the Note Card I was able to create another larger card. Some Embossing Paste adds a layer of texture on the card base.
To create this card, I stamped over one of the panels which is included in the pack. I love the brushed paint effect on this card.
Again, I used the other half of the card to create another larger card in Petal Pink.
The sentiment has been stamped on one of card panels and die cut with a label die. Using these textured backgrounds for your sentiments gives a lovely coordinated look.
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It’s technique time at the New at SU Blog Hop and our projects will feature retiring stamp sets to showcase our chosen technique. I’m sharing the Reverse Masking technique which is an easy technique and lots of fun to create.
For instructions on how to create this please click here. I used my Blending Brushes to colour the centre with Granny Apple Green and Coastal Cabana. Keeping the mask in place, I placed one of our Decorative Masks over die cut space. I added Coastal Cabana over this to create a pattern within the blended space.
The flower was coloured with an assortment of Watercolour Pencils, using a Water Painter to blend the colours together.
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Welcome to another fun blog hop from the team at Around the World on Wednesday. How clever is our awesome leader – Angie Mckenzie? She comes up with the best challenges. Today, around the world, we are forming a rainbow. We have some special guests hopping with us today so you will enjoy lots of monochromatic projects. I can’t wait to see what everyone has created.
The rainbow has been divided according to Time Zone so I’m in the yellows with a bit of black and white added to the mix. Here’s the breakdown of colours around the world.
I started off by creating the background by watercolouring a piece of Shimmery White cardstock with Mango Melody ink. Once dry, I stamped the Very Versailles vine in Bumblebee ink over the entire piece. Then I die cut it using the Many Medallions die. The Basic White matte has been embossed with the Subtle Embossing Folder which is retiring. This has been one of my most used folders and is great for creating linen-look backgrounds.
The sunflower was coloured using a combination of So Saffron, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie and Crumb Cake Stampin’ Blends. The Celebrate Sunflowers dies come with a die for the large flower as well as an outline die. The detailed outline added more definition and I liked this look against the True Love Designer Series Paper which I can’t seem to get away from.
To create the embossed sentiment, I inked the stamp in Versamark ink and then in Tuxedo Black, after which I heat embossed with Clear Embossing Powder.
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