Hey everyone! Today I have a super sweet little card to share with you all.
Debby Hughes is one of my favorite card makers, in a long list of people I adore. But she often makes a card that gets to me to buy a stamp set. That is what happened here. I bought the Comfort & Prayers stamp set because of a card she made, so here is my version of her card.
Now I need to make another one using this set that my own brain comes up with.
But for this one I stamped out the butterflies and pulled out my Stoneground Paint Co. watercolours to paint up these vintage butterflies. It took me about 2 hours but I love sitting and watercolouring pretty cards, so I find the process super relaxing.
You can find all the supplies I used on this card linked below!
Hey everyone!I am here today, sharing some sweet little pony/unicorn (with no horn) post with you all today!
I pulled out the sweet Magical Friends set, with some fun unicorn images in it! I am sure you all know I have a watercolor obsession, so I pulled out my neglected Schmincke set to paint this little scene up.
I drew in the tree in the background with a water soluble pencil, then painted everything up. I love the simplicity of this little card.
Hey everyone! Today I probably have one of the most CAS Cards I have ever made to share with you! And I think it is adorable!
Just a little ink blending, embossing on vellum, and then a few enamel dots and I called her complete! I also have a complete process video of this 10 minute card!
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Hey everyone! Today I am sharing some embossing and Brusho card making.
I started by embossing the Itoh Peony stamp onto some Bee Watercolor Paper.
I then wet down the paper, and sprinkled the Sunburst Yellow near the flower centers, Allowing that to dry partially I then wet the paper again and sprinkled on the Alizarin Crimson, then spraying it a little more to help it move around the page. After that, we play the waiting game, and let the watercolours dry.
Once that was dry, I cut down the front panel to fit on the front of the card. Pulling out a Hello die from my stash I cut it out of the coloured pannel and 4 times out of white cardstock to build it up.
Hey everyone! Nurses week is coming and I made these 4 sweet cards for a lady and thought they were the perfect project to share with you all of you!
I pulled out the Get Well Soon set and coloured up the same little nurse in different colour combinations.
I then inked up some white paper with my Distress Oxide inks in Squeezed Lemonaid, Worn Lipstick and Abandoned Coral. Then cut it down to 2″ strips, popping a vellum circle on top with an embossed sentiment then adding the little nurse finish off the front of the card.
Hey everyone! Today I am sharing some cards I made for nurses week. I don’t often make more then one of one design, but when I was contacted and asked to make a dozen cards for nurses week to be picked up at easter. I went with 3 designs, changed them all up a little but yeah it was fun!
I kept things pretty simple colouring up Stamping Bella’s Oddball Nurse (all products will be linked at the bottom of the blog post) Colouring them up with my copic markers.
I did decide to go a bit snarky with these 4 cards, as I was asked to make a few funny ones. Which is why this stamp was so perfect for it!!!!
Once I had all my characters coloured up, I had to decide what to do with the background, because why would I plan that ahead! So I cut a piece of white cardstock and splashed on some Dylusions Black Marble ink for a little something, and added a crooked cut white and red striped pattern paper to the bottom. I am actually really happy with how cute these ones came out!
I will share the other sets of cards in a few days!