It is that popular wedding season again. We are challenging you to make a wedding card(s) this month. I actually made two different cards, pus a thank you card for the minister.
Card 1 – I used a digi stamp by A Day for Daisies called, “Wedding Veil.” I started by colouring the images with my Copics. It is really hard to notice, but I added some clear Wink of Stella to the Veil. I cut it out into an oval using my oval dies from MFT. I also cut a large Flourish using another die by MFT. I used a very pretty printed vellum as my background and layered the image and flourish. For the finally touch I added some gemstones.
For Card 2: I used a fun digi from Tiddley Inks called, “You and Me.” I decided to stay fairly neutral so I gray tones with skin and hair colours only. I cut thr image and background oval using my oval dies from MFT. Again I layered coloured vellum over a printed card stock. I used 4 gems to hid to glue dots I used to secure the corners.
Card 3: I made to be given to the minister after the ceremony. I included a small envelop and a slot to hold it inside the card for the donation to the church. For this card I relied on the beauty of the card stock. I cut it to suit the 5×7 card format, mini envelop, slot, and card envelop. The Thank you die is from IO.
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For my card I used Tiddly Inks – Take Me Away. I coloured the image with Copics. I added Sparkle to the bubbles with Stickles, Glossy Accents, and gems. I added two strips of gold foil ribbon. The sentiment is from Kaisercraft. The diecut is from MFT.
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Hello everyone. I was invited to be a guest designer for the month of June by the DT team at Outlawz. You can join for free! They have a fabulous blog – full of challenges, tutorials, forum, freebies, gallery and more. I am designing for their Thursday Twist Challenges. This challenge is “open” with a added twist each week. This week’s Twist is “Christmas.” To find out more about this fabulous group click on the link below.
I made two cards for this challenge. Both Skating themes, both totally different.
Card 1: For my first card I used an adorable image from Bugaboo Stamps, called “Winbird Skate”. I coloured him with my Copic markers and layered him on red and black card stock. For some added fun, I used red Stickles for snowflakes and the heart tattoo on his rump. The sentiment is by Whimsy Stamps, called “Merry and Bright Digital Sentiments“. There are 11 fun sentiments and 4 Christmas stamps.
Card 2: I love bears, especially Polar Bears! The bears are from MFT, “BB Polar Bear Pals.” I started by colouring the bears with my Copic markers. Next I fussy cut them out and put aside. Next using scraps of card stock, I made a snowy background, complete with frozen lake. I arranged my little critters and for the final detail added clear Stickles. The sentiment is by Whimsy Stamps, called “Merry and Bright Digital Sentiments“. There are 11 fun sentiments and 4 Christmas stamps.
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For my card for the Recipe Challenge, I used:
1) an image from Digital Delights called Christmas Bongo
2) two paper ribbon trims from KaiserCraft
3) three patterned papers from my stash
4) gold button I created from MFT Die
I hand coloured the dog using my Spectrum Noir markers. I also printed the image on three patterned papers which I paper pieced for his scarf, hat, and Christmas stocking. I Added a button as the hat’s pom-pom. I fussy cut out the dog and layered him on various papers from my stash. The sentiment was computer generated.
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One of my favorite card techniques is making a shaker card. I don’t make them as often as I should because they require lots of time and I have issues with getting them proper glued together. I purchased a fun village snowglobe thinlite die set by Tim Holtz called Snowglobe. When I started on this project the dies looked simple enough…NOT! There seemed liked a thousand little pieces, and vs cutting them out in various coloured card stock, I decided to cut them all out in white Neenah 80lb card stock and either ink or use my Spectrum Noir markers. This “simple” card took me over three hours to make! But it did turn out very nice. I am sure if I was to do it again, I could shave at least an hour off my time. The sentiment is from MFT, and the Stitched Snowflakes are from SSS. The sequins are from Taylored Expressions.
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I entered my card into ABC Christmas Challenge “H” is for Home
UPDATE: My card was chosen as one of the Top 3 at ABC Christmas Challenge “H” is for Home