So glad you are joining me as I share a floral card made of small stamps.
For this card I first did water color stamping withdistess inks and clear heat embossed to lock the colours and then inked the card panel with distress inks in shades of blue. Once the panel was ready I cut it and mated it as per my card design. I add the word die cut for sentiment to finish the card.
I am so happy with the texture and colours on this card. I hope you liked it too.
This card is inspired by the challenge at inkspirational challenge where the challenge is to use small stamps.
That’s all for now. Have a great day and do let me know what you think about the card. I appreciate and love reading your comments.
Happy crafting & Hugs
I am very excited and greatly honored to be playing along as Guest Designer at Inkspirational Challenges where the cue word this time is – Work. The various challenges at Inkspirational are always fun & stimulating, and their DT creations are absolutely inspiring.
I am an HR professional at a Steel Plant and i love giving handmade cards at work. So, here ‘s my take on the word prompt challenge – “WORK”.
To make this card, I first masked the edges with painter’s tape and then inked the card front with distress oxide inks using a stencil. I then added a few splatters in black for added interest on the background. After i stamped the images from ‘MFT – Get down to business’ stampset with momento black ink, i colored the images with copic markers. The all that was left was to adhere all the images and the sentiment on to the inked background. Some of the images are adhere on to the card front while a few have been adhered with foam tape for dimension. I then adhered the card front to a black card base to form a frame all around the card.
I have made this card for my husband who recently was recognized with an award for his outstanding and dedicated contributions in his work.
I hope my card inspires you to play along Inkspirational Challenges and gets you crafting to spread handmade happiness around. Do visit Inkspirational Challenges for more inspiration from the super talented Design Team. Many thanks to the lovely ladies at Inkspirational for having me.
Hope you liked my card. Do let me know by leaving me comments. I really love reading them.
Sharing a card that I made inspired by the sketch at CASE this sketch Challenge. The sentiment is inspired by Just us girls Challenge. I have used many Crafting trends like smooshing with distress oxide inks, emboss resist, gold thread and sequins to play along with the trends Challenge at inkspirational.
To make this card I first heat embossed with white on a water color card stock. The stampset is from simon says stamp, it’s called “look for the miracles”.
To match the design on the sketch I used ink squooshing technique with distress oxide inks. The emboss resist technique works so well with these inks.
I then added golden thread and sequins before sticking the white heat embossed ‘Thank you’ sentiment on a black card stock with foam squares for dimension. I loved the small detail near the sentiment on the sketch and added one on mine too.
To match the variety of white foliage in the sketch, I added white die cut leaves. I wanted these new additional leaves to be different than the ones already embossed in texture and shape. I love how the additional leaves tied in with the card.
To finish the card, I stuck my card panel on to a black card base that is slightly bigger so that it will provide a border to the white card front.
I had a great time playing along with the challenges and making this card.
Hope you like it. Do let me know what you think about it in the comments section.
Thanks for dropping by.
This card was made in less than 5 mins. The fastest one so far. Of course , i had all the supplies out on my desk, including the matting card stock and card base ready to go.
First I die cut some watercolor card stock using a rectangle die. Then using a bangle and a pencil i drew a very light circle.
I used the Hero Arts Flower Garden stamp set which has these cute and adorable images of flowers and leaves. I stamped some of those following the pencil circle as a guide and colored in with distress inks and water. To finish the card, I stamped the sentiment with spiced marmalade distress ink and matted the panel using a black and orange card stock.
The most fun thing about making this card was that it one layer, easy to make and fast to execute. I did make 6 more cards with the same design and using different colors.
The colors and theme for the card are inspired by a couple of challenges that i am linking this card to:
I hope you liked my quick card. Do let me know what you think by leaving me a comment.
PS: Don’t forget to erase the pencil line after the inks have completely dried.
Thanks to the challenge at inkspirational #142 that my very first stamp got love after a long time.
The challenge is to use the first stamp and this lil design stamp was my first. For sometime I used to use this stamp at the back side of the card n pen my details. I guess I am going to start doing that again.
I am also entering this card to Paru’s Card Making Challenge for September – Rainbow
This was really nice challenge n I loved playing along.
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