Colored Pencils on Kraft Cardstock | Mother's Day Card

Hello friends! I am back today with a Mother’s Day card using some products from Simon Says Stamp.

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I stamped and embossed the large floral from the Sketched Flowers stamp set on some Neenah Desert Storm cardstock. I colored in the image using Prismacolor pencils.

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I stamped a sentiment from the Love You Mama stamp set onto a strip of vellum and embossed it with Alabaster white embossing powder.

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I folded the ends of the sentiment strip around the background and glued the flaps to the back. I then glued that whole panel to an A2 size card base.

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To finish up the card I added a bunch of sequins from the Girl’s Best Friend sequin mix.


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Blossoming Cherry Tree Shaker Card | Simon Says Stamp

Today I am using one of the new stamp sets from Simon Says Stamp’s Fresh Bloom release!

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First I stamped the tree from the Blossoming stamp set onto some Neenah Classic Crest Solar White cardstock with Gina K Amalgam ink. I then colored in the image with Copics and fussy cut it out with scissors.

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I created a background panel by blending some Distress Oxide inks onto some Bristol Smooth paper. I blended the colors Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick. I then used my fuse tool to turn the background into a shaker pocket. I used large clear glitter and clear micro pearls from my shaker bits.

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I adhered the shaker pocket onto a card base and then glued the tree onto the pocket. For my sentiment I embossed one of the stamps with white embossing powder onto Simon Says Stamp Slate cardstock. I popped the sentiment strip onto the card with foam tape.

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For the finishing touched on the card I first randomly added dabs of Glossy Accents to the flowers on the tree and sprinkle Unicorn Dust glitter onto them. I then used a white gel pen to add highlights and details to the tree. Finally I went over the sentiment with Wink of Stella glitter.


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Creating A Floral Thank You Card | Spellbinders

Today I created a card using some products from Spellbinders!

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I created my background using the solid leaf images from the Botanical Feather from Spellbinders set and Midnight Green cardstock from Simon Says Stamp. I stamped the images with Versamark ink and embossed with clear embossing powder. I popped up the background panel onto a base that was the same color.

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I stamped the floral image from the set four times and colored them in with Copic markers. I cut the flowers out using my Scan N Cut.

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I stamped a sentiment from the Floral Love stamp set from Spellbinders onto a die cut circle with Versamark ink and embossed with gold embossing powder. I mounted that circle to a vellum circle and popped it up on my card. I then arranged the flowers around the circle and glued them with Gina K Connect Glue.

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I stamped another sentiment from the Tiny Words stamp set from Simon Says Stamp onto some black cardstock and embossed it in white. I cut that to a small strip and glued it to my card. For the finishing touched I added some sequins, some Wink of Stella, and some dashed lines with a gold marker.


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Floral Thank You | Pink & Main Release Sneak Peek

Hello everyone! I hope your day is going well! Today I am sharing a card using a stamp set from Pink & Main’s upcoming release.

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I stamped the bouquets from the stamp set onto some Bristol Smooth paper with Versamark ink. I embossed them with Alabaster white embossing powder from Brutus Monroe. I then colored in the flowers with Arteza watercolor markers.

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I took another piece of Bristol Smooth paper and blended some Distress Oxide ink on the bottom half in the color Twisted Citron. I used the coordinating dies to cut out the flowers I colored in. I then popped those flowers up on the bottom of the Distress Oxide ink panel.

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I stamped a sentiment above the flowers with Simon Says Stamp Intense Black ink. I adhered that whole panel onto a slightly larger panel of pink cardstock and then to a card base.

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To finish up the card I added some sequins with Gina K Connect Glue.


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Thank You Card with Heat Embossing | Brutus Monroe Hop

Today I created a thank you card featuring lots of heat embossing for the Brutus Monroe Thank You Card Blog Hop.

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I started with a piece of Slate cardstock in my MISTI prepped with a powder tool for embossing. I stamped the large rose image from the Enchanted Rose stamp set with embossing ink and then embossed it with Icicle embossing powder. I then did the same thing with a piece of vellum except this time I embossed with Alabaster white embossing powder.

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I popped up the Slate panel onto a Neenah Desert Storm cardstock card base with foam tape. I then took the vellum piece and fussy cut the large rose out with some scissors. Using a lot of tiny piece of foam tape behind the embossing, I popped the vellum rose up on top of the Slate panel’s rose.

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I die cut the Thanks die out of some gold cardstock and two more out of some white cardstock. I glued the three die cuts together to create a really sturdy dimensional word. I glued that to the vellum rose with some liquid glue.

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To finish up the card I splattered some Pearl Aqua Pigment pain onto the background. I went around the board with a white gel pen doing some dashed lines. Finally I added a few different sizes of clear sequins.

Thank you for stopping by with me for the hop! If you are interested in creating a project similar to this check out the links below. To continue hopping along you can follow these links:

DANIEL

JESS

BERINA

HEATHER

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LAUREN

MARIE


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