Hi all! I'm back with another card featuring a NEW Sweet Stamp Shop set! I am so thrilled to be a part of this release! God Bless our military! I colored both images with Copics. In case you're wondering about my color choices, I made him an Airman. ;) I fussy cut both images and attached them with foam adhesive.
Hi all! I'm so excited to be a guest designer for the Sweet Stamp Shop! I absolutely love the stamps they are releasing this month! I previously served in the Air Force (nope, not a pilot) and my husband retired from the Air Force after 23 years of service last year. To say we love our military is an understatement! I colored the image for this card with Copics, adding 'shine' to his glasses with a white gel pen. The stars on the background are from the same set, as are the sentiments.
Hi all! Here's a card I made for the Reverse Confetti's latest SFYTT47. I couldn't resist this little lamb from the All About Ewe set, along with the matching dies. I colored the lamb, fence and flowers/grass with Copics, using my colorless blender to create her spotted wool. ;) The patterned paper is from the Posh paper pad by Simple Stories. The sentiment was embossed with white EP.
Hi all! Here with a card I made for the CAS-ual Fridays Stamps challenge, which is no dies allowed. The boy, crab and sentiment are from one of my favorite sets from There She Goes (retired stamp company). I colored them with Copics then fussy cut them. The background was created using Ranger Distress Inks. Yes, I freehanded it! :D I add the images using foam adhesive.
Hi all! It's time for the Coffee Lover's Spring Blog Hop! You can read and join in on the fun HERE. I've created this card with the SugarPea Designs Caffeine Addict stamp set. SugarPea is one of the super sponsors so check out that post HERE. I paper pieced this sweet little cuppa using the Posh paper pack (so gorgeous!). The glitter strip is actually a piece of washi tape. A few little YNS Gumdrops add the finishing details.
Hi all! Here's my card for the latest MFTWSC324 sketch challenge. I couldn't resist these ninjas from the Ninja-mazing stamp set! I colored him with Copics. I stagger-stamped (that's what I'm calling it, lol) the sentiment in Field Green and Black Licorice inks. I also couldn't pass up the Black & White Basics paper pad.
Hi all! I am here today with a card for a Create Together collaboration post with Marcie Sharp. That girl is a hoot and super talented! We decided on a butterfly/Spring theme so I HAD to use these newly released Paradiso Butterfly Layered dies from Birch Press Design! Yes, the black, yellow and white parts of the butterfly here are all card stock layers. I used foam adhesive to adhere it to some a piece of card stock I had inked with Ranger Distress Inks then spritzed with water to get the cool effect you see here. The sentiment is from the also newly BPD released clear stamp set, Close to the Heart. Gorgeous, people! Simply a gorgeous set!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Be sure to check out what Marcie created for our Create Together post. I know you'll be amazed! :D
Hi all! I made this card for the latest MFTWSC322 sketch challenge. I embossed the Floral Fantasy Background stamp with silver embossing powder then colored it in with my Zig pens. I also stamped it with versa mark ink very lightly onto the middle Grape Jelly card stock. The sentiment is from the LJD Geometric Greenery stamp set. The 3 little 'enamel' dots are my first attempt at using the Nuvo drops. That stuff is so cool!
Hi all! It's Day 3 of the Lil Inker Designs New Release Blog Hop! All of the goodies we've been showcasing are already available in the store! I would love to know what you bought or plan to buy!
My card today combines several of the sets and dies! The 'happy' stamp and die comes from the Rustic Spring stamp set and dies. The 'Spring' is one of the words in the Brushed Script Spring die set. I use an enamel dot to dot my 'i'. I used my Zig pens to watercolor a blue background - both on the Stitched Mat Circle and the card base - then stamped some of the flowers and leaves from the Sweet Celebration stamp set. I spritzed the flowers and leaves with water to get the cool effect you see here. I added leaves around the circle then used the Sweet Celebration dies for more flowers. The three die-cut flowers are up on foam adhesive. Is that all clear as mud?? Because I'm tired and feel like I'm not making sense, ha!
I hope you started at the Lil Inker Designs Blog because you won't want to miss a thing! Chrissy is next on the hop and remember to comment along the way for your chance to WIN THE ENTIRE RELEASE!!!