Hello There !
There’s a new challenge in town and an awesome one! It’s Twofer Card Challenge. I have always loved making multiple styles, using cards out of the supplies that are already on my craft table. So i am sure many are going to enjoy this challenge as it gets the creative juices flowing . Today i am excited to play along with their very first challenge with the theme – Feathers.
I am using the feather stamp from the Happy Dreams set by Altenew for both my cards.
My first card is a dream catcher with the feathers and is an encouragement / motivational one.
I am playing along with less is more purple color challenge as well. Thanks to the challenge i used purple for the dreamy looks.
My second card is a pet sympathy card for someone who lost a dear bird. I think this can used as a general sympathy as well.
I hope you like the cards. I really appreciate your comments and love reading them.
In case you are interested, here are a few links to previous posts with variety of cards from same stamp set :
- Space Explorer
- Christmas cards with leaves and ferns
- Let’s Chill and Stay cool
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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.
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I am playing along with AAACard Challenge and The Male Room challenge with this silhouette CAS card inspired by the film around the world in 80 days.
Hope you like this sweet and simple card
I have always admired Michelle Lupton’s cards. She does magic with rainbow colors and the simplicity of her cards is stunning.
CAS-ual Friday is having case a girl challenge and I wanted to let Michelle know how much I love her work by case-ing her card.
For my card I heat embossed with white embossing powder a backgound stamp from My Favorite Things on a water color card stock. I always love how Michelle uses rainbow colors and so I went for it. I absolutely love how she uses White space to balance the card and keep it simple. While case-ing her card, I learnt to do the same. Since my background panel already has more colors I decided to use white n black for the sentiment. To finish the card I used sequins just they way Michelle does.
I really enjoyed playing along with this challenge.
Have a nice day!
Yup! I completely believe in glitter. There’s something magical about sparkle that instantly brings a smile on my face.
Today I am sharing a card that has all my favorites in it. My fav stencil, My fav word die n my all time fav – glitter (in mess free form of glimmer paste).
I have picked the sketch from Case this sketch challenge #238 and the colors from the color throwdown challenge #459.
I am also playing along the anything goes challenge at happy little stampers
Loved making this card. Do let me know what you think about it by leaving your comments below. Thank you.
Have a great day!