I have a card to share for this month's Mix It Up Challenge for SugarPea Designs. This inspiration photo and colors are perfect for a spring celebration!
The cake pops instantly reminded me of a party and balloons! I stamped and die cut the balloons from Birthday Balloons in the inspiration colors using Lawn Fawn inks. To follow the sketch in the challenge, I added a die cut circle to an ink blended panel that was die cut using the Card Front Element Builder. I drew balloon strings with a ruler, added my balloons and sentiment strip with foam adhesive. As a final touch, I added some coordinating colored gems!
Hello! I am here today sharing a 'llamazing' card with you! These llamas from Avery Elle are the cutest and there are several images in the set that you can use to embellish them.......you can even make a 'llama-corn'! ☺
I created a sunset background with some ink blending of Dried Marigold and Mustard Seed Distress Inks and then die cut using the Ray Elle-ments. I made my sun a bit darker using more of the Dried Marigold. My images were Copic colored and die cut with the coordinating dies and were added over a white heat embossed sentiment strip of black cardstock.
This month is Robbie the Raccoonand ton of fun punny sentiments to pair with him! I created a very simple scene and some ink blending using Distress Inks. I created a grass border using the Threaded Crafting Diesand stamped his "paws" up the panel. My images were Copic colored and die cut using the coordinating dies. For a little whimsy, I added some stamped stars from an older stamp set.
I just had to use these cuties from Spring Pals again for this challenge however I paired it up with several other sets from this line.
I started out coloring some of the critters from the set with Copics and went from there to create my card. I chose the frog and duck images. To bring out the green, I ink blended some Cracked Pistachio Distress Ink onto a white rectangle panel. This color matches perfectly with the polka dot paper from the new pad Darling Dots. I created a frame for my scene using the Stitched Note & Frames Confetti Cuts. I added a cute sun from Think Pink, clouds from Weather it Together, and a sentiment from Hippity Hoppity. I just love how this turned out!
Make sure to go check out all the information on the Stock Your Stash Challenge over on the Reverse Confetti blog-------HERE!
Hello! It’s time again for the Sweet2Repeat Blog Hop witih Sugar Pea Designs! Now that so many of you have the February Product Release in your hot little hands, the design team has geared up to inspire you with even MORE creative possiblilities featuring the newest and hottest products! Please head over to the SPD blog for a FULL LIST for the blog hop!
I seriously LOVE the Tutti Fruiti stamp set and coordinating dies that was released last month! I thought I would highlight them as being "sweet" today.
I started with ink blending Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink over a white top folding notecard. A Sunburst Cover Plate was die cut in white and added to my note card. To the center, I added a die cut circle (with Zig Zag Stitched Circles) that was stamped with my sentiment. My fruit was embellished with chunky glitter and added to my card with foam adhesive. A few black gems were added as a finishing touch!
I hope you have had the opportunity to check out the fabulous release this week. Make sure to check out the Reverse Confetti blog for all the details of this hop and for a full list of inspiration and information.
Today I get to share a fun RAINBOW card........creating a card with rainbow colors just makes me happy!
Stitched Note & Frames has amazing frames but here I've used the inside part of the die, the stitched lines panel. This panel was perfect to stamp all the celebrate, birthday wishes sentiments from Word Up. I added this panel to a notecard that was lined with rainbow striped paper from Cue the Confetti paper pad. I added a few die cut balloons from Boxes 'n Balloons along with some strings. My bold die cut sentiment is from the new word duo set called Hooray & Cheers Confetti Cuts. I added a white layer in behind my black sentiment to make it pop along with some white detail lines.