My last card for Online Card Class Clean and Simple 3— and my favorite. Simply lovely spring tulips.
Cardstock: Neenah solar white base
Stamps: Stampin’ Up Spring Garden
Inks: Hero Arts soft blossom; Distress Ink bundled sage, tumbled glass
This is card was inspired by my favorite designer, Debby Hughes. She taught on day nine of Online Card Class CAS 3- One Layer Cards. I incorporated most of the same elements as she did, including speckles and embossing paste.
Stamps: flower by Stampin’ Up; sentiment from Hero Arts
Inks: Dew Drop Starlite Silver; Hero Arts Soft Granite; Distress Inks pumice stone, mustard seed, wild honey
Other: clear embossing powder; colored pencils; gamsol; Wendy Vecchi embossing paste; Wink of Stella clear pen; enamel dots
Though its not really the masking that Jennifer McGuire did on day three on Online Card Class CAS 3- One Layer Cards, it was inspired by the cards she made. I cit the word ‘sunshine out of some scrap card stock with my Silhouette and used it as a stencil.
Cardstock: yellow from Simon Says Stamp
Stamps: sentiment from Lillibean Soup
Inks: Distress Inks mustard seed, wild honey
For this card, I experimented with faux metal, taught in day one of the Online Card Class Clean and Simple 3- One Layer Cards.
Stamps: sentiment by Rubber Stampede
Inks: Hero Arts soft blossom, butter bar, orange soda
Other: Stampin’ Stuff silver embossing powder; washi tape
I tried the the inlaid die cut technique from the Online Card Class Clean and Simple 3- One Layer Cards for this card congratulating the star of our school musical. I cut the feather and the ‘M’ from red glitter paper and a shimmery black cardstock panel.
Paper: American Crafts red glitter paper
Other: letter stickers, rub ons, gems
I haven’t shared much scrapbooking lately, though that’s what I’ve been spending most of my craft time on. I am pleased with how this page turned out today. It’s a layout I started years ago at a Cosmo Cricket workshop. Today, I finally added photos! I’m glad I waited too, because the chipboard stickers were perfect for my daughter’s role as a flower girl in “Down the Rabbit Hole.”
Also, I was inspired to use the rabbit in the title after watching lesson 3 in May Flaum’s “Stamping For Scrapbookers” online class. I’ve been enjoying her video lessons this week.
Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket Pixie-licious
Stickers: Cosmo Cricket Pixie-licious and Tiny Type
Other: Silhouette Cameo; Ranger Stickles
Stamp: Stampin’ Up
Ink: Hero Arts
This card was made for a challenge I saw a couple weeks ago, but now can’t find. Anyway, by the time I had it finished, it was to late to post and so it languished on my desk.
I’m very happy with with how the flowers turned out. This isn’t a color combo I would have come up with on my own, but I liked it in the challenge inspiration photo. I’m not as happy with the sentiment; this was my third attempt and the best of the bunch, but it’s still not right.
Stamps: flowers and sentiment from Hero Arts
Ink: Hero Arts
Other: Silhouette Cameo, Lawn Fawn Lawn Trimmings