Hi friends - hope you are doing well! Remember THIS card? I made this one at the same time in mint and teal; a pretty clean and simple (CAS) card. I colored the images with Copics and colored pencils. I used a piece of watercolor paper for the base layer and blended on Tumbled Glass, Cracked Pistachio, and a bit of Bundled Sage. The die is Watercolor Stripes from Altenew cut from Neenah 110 lb. white card stock.
I fnished the image off with lots of white dots and Nuvo drops on the flowers and card.
Hi friends - how are you? Here's to a new week; I hope yours is great!
I mentioned last week how much I am loving The Greetery products. I made THIS card and during the same crafting session I made one with pink pine cones because WHY NOT? :D
The brown I used for the pink pine cones was probably a bit dark, but I still love it! Again, I used the Nordic dies in white card stock, embossing the sentiment in liquid platinum. The pink paper and ribbon was from my hoard, I mean stash. ;)
Thanks for popping in; hope you have a great day!!
I have fallen hard for many of The Greetery products! LOL This one is no exception and I love when Betsy does videos of the products, she always has such great tips and tricks! Like adding the 'color' to these kraft pine cones - looks beautiful (IMHO). I used all the Nordic dies either on white card stock, kraft, or designer paper; I turned the smallest die sideways, embossing the sentiment in liquid platinum and giving me a perfect spot to add the pine cones, pine boughs and branch.
I splattered on some white paint and went a wee bit overboard, but I still love it. I also did these pine cones in pink because why not? I'll show that card soon.
Meanwhile, thanks for popping in; hope you have a great day!!
And I'm back with...you guessed it, another Honey Bee Gift Card Present Box. You can see the first two I shared HERE and HERE. This one is some various heart designer paper with Pure Poppy card stock as the base. I added an embossed sentiment from Taylored Expressions cut with their asymmetrical die (although tucked into the bow, you can't really tell). :D
And I'm back with...you guessed it, another Honey Bee Gift Card Present Box. You can see the first one I shared HERE. Aren't these colors so delicate? This time I stamped a sentiment in TE Cupcake ink.
I am back with one last post using stenciling; these cards mimic the last two cards (pink / blue); but this time I used a different stencil and a different product over the stencil - Gina K white glitter glitz. You can find all the deets on the previous two cards HERE and HERE!
I mentioned in yesterday's post, I have 4 different cards to share with you. Today I am showing you a very similar card, just the base Nordic die is different and the background is blue. You can see all the deets here!!
I have so enjoyed this Honey Bee Gift Card Present Box die set; I will be making these for every single occasion and for no occasion at all - a GREAT way to use up the last pieces of 6x6 paper pads I may have. I don't make a lot of 3D items, but I am really enjoying this one - in fact, I made a total of 3!! I'll share one with you today and over the next week, share the other two. SO. MUCH. FUN.!
On the insert of this one, I stamped Happy Valentine's Day and some hearts in Versamark and covered with Gina K white detail powder. The sentiment and hearts are from an older Verve Visual set (they are no longer in business) but I sure love the look of those hearts!!
Thanks for stopping by; hope to see you again soon as I have lots of posts lined up for you! Have a great week!!
Hope you can join us this month at Mix It Up - it's Anything Goes or Stenciling...and I LOVE me some stenciling. I actually have 4 cards to show you using 2 different stencils, 2 different products with the stencils and a few other variations. I'll spread them out and share each over the next few days - hope you'll come back and view them all!
I have two cards which use the Splash Stencil from Taylored Expressions, the other two use the Square Dance Stencil from SSS. The one I am sharing today is a pink base using the Splash Stencil; tomorrow, I will share the EXACT same card but with a blue base.
I used Dreamweaver Pearlescent embossing paste for the background, goodness the shimmer in this is amazing! The white border, circle sentiment and flowers are all from The Greetery; goodness, I love these stand alone dies and this floral set - so unique and just beautiful; the entire floral cluster is super easy to stamp; I always make at least 4 clusters at one time, typically using different colors.