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Verna Angerhofer said…
Your card is so adorable with that cute little hatching chick on it. A great idea for a baby card with the onesie design.
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I stamped the bunny on white cardstock with black ink, then sprinkled on Clear Detail embossing powder and heat embossed it. I colored the bunny, eggs, and flowers with Copic markers. Then, I started adding SPARKLE! I rolled out some Nuvo Glue Pen Fine onto the images, and sprinkled on glitter. I added Cloud Nine glitter to the eggs, Bubble Gum glitter to the pink flowers, and Orchid glitter to the purple flowers. The Cloud Nine glitter was perfect for the eggs – even though they are different colors, the Cloud Nine glitter made the eggs really sparkly and still allowed the colors to come through. The eggs look great, don’t you think?
Here is a closeup of some of the flowers and egg here. The glitters made these really pretty!
I layered the card over some die cut shapes and added on some Dandelion Yellow Crystal Drops along the outer edge for extra pizazz.
This Spring Bunny stamp set is so adorable and I really had fun making this card. It makes me really happy to see this bunny. I know you will love this set!
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It’s Designer Jess here with a quick, fun card featuring Rustic Flowers-Snapdragons.
This was such an easy card to put together! To start, print out the gorgeous pre-colored image onto white cardstock. Using the Nuvo Small Glue Pen, add your Glitters to the different flowers. I used Dogwood Rose, Ballerina, Tiger Orange and Daisy Glitters on my flowers. Soooo pretty!
I really wanted to emphasize the copper of the gorgeous can holding the flowers. So, I grabbed my Copper Embossing Powder and added some detail using the Nuvo Small Pen – heat setting of course! The results were just gorgeous!
Fussy cut out the entire image, then set aside while you go to work on the background.
To make the background, I took a piece of light green cardstock and ran it through my Big Shot with an embossing folder. I just loved the look of the Clematis Vine Tonic Die, so I die cut one out using a darker green cardstock. I attached the embossed panel to the cardbase with 1/2″ Tear-ific Tape, then used the Small Glue Pen once again to adhere my die cut piece of cardstock.
Foam Squares were used to pop up the focal image to give more dimension. I printed off the sentiment onto white cardstock and used the glue pen one more time to add a pop of Copper Embossing Powder to the word “Cheer”. A bit of ribbon was added and I used the Foam Squares again to adhere the sentiment.
Finally, I had tons of fun with the NEW Jewel Drops in Key Lime! I added a bunch of “dots” all over the background, then set aside to dry. I LOVE the finished look! Soooo sparkly! They go on opaque and dry more clear. You HAVE to try them out sometime soon!
Thanks for popping by – and I just want to wish everyone a very Happy Holidays & Merry Christmas (since this is my last post before Christmas!)
To get my project started I needed to create the background panel.
To start I adhere a piece of tin foil to a piece of cardstock and distressed it with Stazon ink. Next I inked the raised side of a embossing folder, placed the cardstock inside foil side up and ran it through the Big Shot. The piece was then covered with Golden Sparkle EP and heat set. This really created a beautiful vintage background for my flower can.
Next I embossed a piece of cardstock with a Anne Griffin Border folder. Using the Nuvo Large Glue Pen glue was placed on the raised areas and edges. Let the glue dry slightly and then Nuvo Gilding Flakes were placed on top. The excess with lightly brushed off.
The flower can is from the digi stamp set. I used the color version resized the image, printed and cut it out using the Cameo Silhouette. Sparkle was added to the flowers using Nuvo Small Glue pen, Chameleon, Margarita, Bubblegum, Daisy, Orange Crush glitter. Small drops of Pale Gold Crystal drops were added to the can and a small Pull Ribbon bow was added.
Thanks so much for stopping by hope you all have a wonderful Holiday Season!!
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Here is a card in bright Summer colors to light up those long and dark winter nights. I used brand new Rustic Flower – Snapdragons 816 stamp set.
On the focal image I did some paper piecing. First I covered piece of white cardstock with Large Nuvo Glue Pen. While it was drying I stamped the image with Tuxedo Black Memento ink to another piece of white cardstock. I colored flowers with Promarkers and added some Margarita Velvet Glitter with Small tip Nuvo Glue Pen to some leaves. Then I returned back to the first piece of cardstock. On top of the sticky glue (Nuvo Glue Pen dries sticky) I added Sunkissed Copper Nuvo Gilding Flakes. After excess flakes was rubbed away, I stamped the can part of the image with JetBlack StazOn ink on top. This was fussy cut out and glued to the colored image.
Sentiment is stamped with Versamark ink and heat embossed with Coffee Embossing Powder. For the background I used white cardstock which was inked with Dandelion Memento and Spun Sugar Distress inks.
I used dies from Creative Expressions Trellis Edger set to add some interest to the background. Inked background is popped up with foam tape. Layer underneath is covered with 3/4″ Double Sided Tear-ific Tape and Sunkissed Copper Nuvo Gilding Flakes. I made a glittered ribbon with 1/4″ Double Sided Tear-ific Tape and Daisy Velvet Glitter. Here is a tutorial how to make this kind of pretty ribbons.
To finish off the lattice I added some White Nuvo Crystal Drops to middle of each cross point.
This is it – my bright summer card.
Stamp Credits: Rustic Flower – Snapdragons 816;
Glitters: Margarita (GM2032), Daisy (GM2019);
Embossing Powders: Coffee (EP459);
Inks: StazOn (JetBlack), Memento (Tuxedo Black, Dandelion), Distress Inks (Spun Sugar), Versamark;
Dies: Creative Expressions (Trellis Edger);
Coloring Medium: Promarkers;
Adhesives: Large Nuvo Glue Pen, Small tip Nuvo Glue Pen, 1/4″ Double Sided Tear-ific Tape (SAT01), 3/4″ Double Sided Tear-ific Tape (SAT05), Foam Tape;
Embellishments: Nuvo Crystal Drops (White, Green Apple);
Others: Nuvo Gilding Flakes (Sunkissed Copper);
Thank you for the visit,
To start my project I needed to create the background panel. Using a Prima stencil and Blue Topaz Glimmer Paste this was created. I love how pretty and sparkly the paste looks when using it with a stencil. A little sparkle was added around the background panel using Nuvo Small Glue Pen and Sparkling Snow glitter. It really creates beautiful backgrounds for your project. It is a must try!! Once that was finished it was onto the pretty flowers.
The flowers were stamped with versamark onto vellum and embossed using White Spark EP. They were fussy cut out and colored from the backside using copic markers. The smaller flowers were stamped again, steps repeated and placed on top of the larger flowers using foam dots. The leaves were stamped in the same way.
For the flower pot I used left over cardstock that has been covered with glue using the Large Nuvo Glue Pen and then covered with foil, distress using black ink. An embossing folder was inked on the raised side with versamark the foiled cardstock was placed inside the embossing folder and run thourgh the Big Shot. The embossed cardstock was then covered with Golden Sparkle EP and heat set.
I was very pleased with the vintage look. The pot was then stamped with Stazon ink and fussy cut out. Small drops of Dandelion Yellow Crystal Drops were placed on the flower centers. The flowers and leaves were then arranged in the pot. I placed dots of blue Tombow markers in the corners and put Morning Dew Crystal Drops on top. I really love how the drops picked up the color from the markers.
The sentiment was die cut using a Anna Griffin die, which was inked with versamark and embossed with Indian Spark EP. A second die cut was cut using black cardstock and placed slightly off center to create a shadow effect.
Thanks so much for stopping by, have a wonderful day!!