You’re My Favorite Flavor

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Today I am sharing a card following the color combo from Color Throwdown. (Please tap the figure below for the details)

Here is how I’ve been inspired…

The images from two different stamp sets were colored with Copics and were fussy cut. The white space between the red and green ones on the popsicles were colored with a white jelly pen.

It’s for the entry of

Freshly Made Sketches #333

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Today I am sharing a card with cross stitching and I really enjoyed the process. I’ve found some cross-stitched patterns and I decided to made cards with them.

Here is how I’ve created…

  1. Create an A2 card base from light green card stock and stamp the sentiment.
  2. Die cut the cross-stitched tag from white card stock and stitch the clover with white and green strings.
  3. Cut off the top portion of the cross-stitched tag.
  4. Trim a rectangle from dark green card stock.
  5. Layer all the pieces on A2 card base with double sided tape.

It’s for the entry of

Always Fun Challenge #49 Shades of Green

Craftaholics R Us Challenge #11 Green

The Card Concept #88 Monochromatic Green

Monochrome Magic Challenge #9 – Monochrome

Simply Create too Challenge #136 – Use Green

You Hold the Key to My Heart

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Today I am sharing another Valentine’s Day Card following the sketch from Freshly Made Sketches and photo inspiration from Hand Stamped Sentiments.

Here is how I’ve used the sketch…

  1. Creat a top-fold A2 card base.
  2. Die cut the heart frame form gold shine card stock.
  3. Die cut the heart and lock from red shine card stock.
  4. Die cut the key from silver sparkle card stock.
  5. Arrange the pieces and adhere to A2 card base.
  6. Stamp the sentiment with black ink on A2 card base.

It’s for the entry of

Freshly Made Sketches #320

Hand Stamped Sentiments #281 Inspiration Challenge

CAS on Friday #124 Love

I Love Spending Time With You

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Today I am sharing a Valentine’s Day card following the sketch from My Favorite Things.

Here is how I’ve used the sketch…

  1. Create a top-fold A2 card base.
  2. Die cut a Mod Rectangle from Blu-Raspberry card stock as the front panel.
  3. Die cut a circle window from the front panel and stamp the sentiment with black ink.
  4. Die cut the starry circle from watercolor paper. Blend Distress Oxide inks on the starry circle.
  5. Die cut a circle from silver sparkle card stock & adhere it to the back of the starry circle.
  6. Die cut a smaller circle from watercolor paper and blend Mustard Seed Distress ink on it as the moon.
  7. Stamp, color and die cut the images.
  8. Layer all the pieces on A2 card base.

It’s for the entry of 

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Sending a Snowfall of Blessings Your Way

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Today I am sharing a X’mas card that was inspired by Time Out Challenge – Home Sweet Home Photo Challenge.

When my girls were 2 & 3, we created some snowflakes which were made from Arclyc paint & white glue. When the snowflakes were air dried, we stuck them on the window glass as window stickers.

I tried to recreate the scene I’ve rememberd!

  1. The window frame was die cut from white card stock. 
  2. The snowflakes were stamped with white Pigment ink on acetate sheet as the window glass.
  3. The wooggrain background was stamped on Kraft card stock.
  4. The window opening space was die cut from the Kraft card stock mentioned above.
  5. Snowfall was die cut from Summer Spalash card stock as the scene outside the window.
  6. All the pieces were layered on A2 card base.

It’s for the entry of

Time Out Challenge #98 – Home Sweet Home Photo ChallengeTime Out Challenge #98 – Home Sweet Home Photo Challenge

Christmas Card Throwdown December – Pick a Previous Challenge from 2012 Theme Challenge : Snowflakes

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