The Male Room Challenge #109 – Anything Goes, optional twist One Layer

Hello there!

Today I am sharing a card with super heros for the Anything Goes challenge at The Male Room.
I am so addicted to stories of super heros, and I’ve dreamed to create a comic-book style card for a long time. So here is my creation…

I drew the comic book template with a flow chart program and printed it on white card stock.

For the background, I apply Distress inks on every lattice with masking technique and decorate with stenciling sun rays and dots.

For the images, I color them with Copics and a white jelly pen.

Hope you enjoy what I have come up today.

Thanks for spending some time with me.
I hope you can head on over to The Male Room blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

Supplies:
My Favorite Things
Super Dog
Super Cat
You’re Super
Sunrise Radiating Rays Stencil

TCW
Mini Well Rounded Stencil

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CAS Colous & Sketches Challenge #317

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Today I am sharing two cards with the same design for the new colour challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches.

It’s the third challenge I host in April. I hope you enjoy what I have come up with for the challenges and this week I have a bright colour combination to inspire you (tap the figure below for the details).

Here is how I’ve used the colours

For the characters, I colored it with Copics and a white jelly pen.
Here are the Copics I’ve used.
Blueberry Bushel: B29, B16, B14
Real Red: R39, RV29, R27, R24
Crushed Curry: Y19, 08, Y06, Y04
Skin: E33, E53, E51, R21, R20

For the background, I apply stormy sky faded jeans, chipped sapphire and black soot distress inks with Mini ink blending tools on watercolor paper. Splash white paint with a paint brush and add some dots with a white jelly pen.

Thanks for spending some time with me.
I hope you can head on over to the CC&S blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

Supplies:
My Favorite Things
Super Dog
Super Cat
Our Town

Make My Monday Challenge #94 – Diamonds

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Today I am sharing three cards created for the second challenge in April at Make My Monday.
Sue is our host of this challenge, and the theme is

Diamonds

Here is my first card…

Due to I have no diamonds stamps or dies on hand, I need to discover stamps in diamond shape. And here they are! I first stamped the frame and the word on the center of the card and repeatedly stamped the tree around the frame with rainbow colors.

Here is my second creation…

I trimed a piece of mask paper to strips in 1/4″ width and adhered to the A2 watercolor paper in diamond shape. Apply scattered straw, spun sugar and worn lipstick Distress Oxide inks with mini ink blending tools. Die cut the word HUGS and make it a shaker card.

Here is my third creation…

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I used the same making technique with the 2nd card and I applied picked raspberry, spiced marmalade, squeezed lemonade, twisted citron, tumble glass and wilted violet  distress oxide inks with mini ink blending tools. I also used Die Cut Inlay technique to finish my design.

Supplies:
Hero Arts
Shine Bright
My Favorite Things
Hugs
Rainbow of Happiness

Thank you for spending some time with me. I hope you can head on over Make My Monday blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #316 – Sketch

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Today I am sharing a card created for the new sketch challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches.

Are you ready for another challenge? How about a sketch? (tap the sketch figure below for the details)

Here is how I’ve used the sketch…

For the background, I stamped the bubbles with several colored inks. For the bunny, I colored it with Copics and a white jelly pen.

Supplies:
My Favorite Things
Bubble over with Joy
Stitched Mini Scallop Rectangle Stax

Thanks for spending some time with me
I hope you can head on over to the CC&S blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome team.

I would like to enter this card into

MTF The Birthday Project Challenge – ROYGBIV

Thank You for Your Endless…

Hello there!

Today I am sharing a card which is easy and quick to make.

Here is my creation…

  1. Die cut a rectangle from kraft card stock and embossed with an old Sizzix embossing folder as shown below.screenshot_20190407-225304181437442.jpg
  2. Use a white crayon to highlight the sentiment.
  3. Die cut the flower and the leave from colored card stock and adhere to the embossed ones.
  4. Trim a rectangle to 4.25″ x 3″ from coral crush card stock.
  5. Layer and adhere all the pieces mentioned above to A2 card base with double sided tape and foam tape.

Do you wonder how long I took to finish this card? About 15 minutes…

I would like to enter this card into

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Thank you for spending some time with me. Hope you enjoy your crafty time.

The Male Room Challenge #108 – Spring

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Today I am sharing a card created for the Spring challenge at The Male Room.
Here is my creation…

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I love how the flowers grown in the boot and it makes the card more masculine.

I love enjoying a beautiful spring walk with my family, so I decided to created another card for the challenge. I used the free digital craft paper from the April issue of Making Cards & Papercraft Magazine. I  printed the scene on white card stock, then trimmed it into three pieces. Adhere the pieces to three rectangles trimmed off from light green card stock. The patterned paper behind the front panel is also a free digital one.
I stamped the circular sentiment on white card stock, died cut and adhered it to the front panel with foam tape.

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Thanks for spending some time with me.
I hope you can head on over to The Male Room blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

Supplies:
My Favorite Things
You Gnome Me
Grassy Hills
Wonky Stitched Rectangle Stax

ABC Christmas Challenge – H and I Are For… ?

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It’s the first Wednesday of April which means a new challenge over at ABC Christmas Challenge. Lynda is our host this month, and the themes are

H is for Hang it Up

and

I is for Intricate

Here is my “H for Hang it Up” card…

For the background, I stamped the snowflakes with blue ink. For the images, I colored them with Copics and a white jelly pen. And I love that it stays clean and simple still.

Supplies:
My Favorite Things
Tweet Holidays
Secret Santa
Warm & Feathered Hugs

Here is my “I for Intricate” card…

I died cut the mandala from silver sparkle and gold shine card stock. I kept all the small negative pieces from the silver sparkle one and adhere it to the kraft card stock with foam tape. Then glue the gold shine one on the silver one.

Supplies:
My Favorite Things
Captivating Mandala
Here Comes Santa Claus
Slanted Sentiment Strips

Thanks for spending some time with me.
I hope you can head on over ABC Christmas Challenge blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.