CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #274 – The Double

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It’s Tuesday again and there is a new challenge at CC&S.

This week our hostess, Cathy, has come up with a wonderful sketch and beauriful colours to inspire us. (tap the figure below for the details at CAS Colours & Sketches).

Here is how I’ve been inspired…

  1. Create a 5.25″×5.25″ card base from white card stock. Apply wild honey distress ink on the card base.
  2. Trim a 5″×5″ square from white card stock. Stamp Distressed Strip with wild honey distress ink.
  3. Die cut a stitched rectangle from white card stock. Stamp Wood Plank background with gray ink.
  4. Die cut the butterflies from white and orange card stocks.
  5. Die cut Fringed Scallop Border from white card stock and apply wild honey distress ink with mini ink blending tool.
  6. Stamp the words “THANK” & “YOU” with black ink and die cut.
  7. Layer and adhere all the pieces mentioned above to the card base with double sided tape and foam tape.
  8. Decorate with sparkling sequins.

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.

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Happy Birthday to Wonderful You

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Today I am sharing an interactive birthday card.

Here is how I’ve created…

For the cake, I put Cloud Stencil upside down and blend salty ocean, spun sugar & shaded lilac distress ink to create waves on white card stock. Die cut with Interactive Birthday Cake die.

For the images, I use MFT Mermazing stamp set, color with Copics and die cut.

For the sentiment, I use MFT Twice the Wishes and white embossed.

I also add some clear droplets for the bubbles in water.

It’s for the entry of

Simon Says Stamp Wed. Challenge – Use More than One Stamp

Always Fun Challenges Challenge 59 – Anything Goes

Through the Craft Room Door Anything Goes Challenge

Seize The Birthday – Anything Goes Birthday

The Crafty Addicts Challenge 48 – Anything Goes

CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #273 – Sketch

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It’s Tuesday again and there is a new sketch challenge at CC&S.

This week our hostess, Cathy, has come up with a wonderful sketch to inspire us. (tap the figure below for the details at CAS Colours & Sketches).

Here is how I’ve used the sketch…

  1. Create a side-fold A2 card base from Bubble Gum card stock.
  2. Position flop card die at the middle and die cut. Score a valley fold along the line that the die provides.
  3. Die cut square panel from white card stock. Blend spiced marmalade & mustard seed distress inks for background.
  4. Die cut rectangle panel from white card stock. Stencil Sun Ray with squeezed lemonade distress ink.
  5. Die cut two pieces of grassy hills from white card stock and blend cracked pistachio distress ink.
  6. Stamp, color & die cut images.
  7. Layer and adhere grassy hills and the images as shown.
  8. Adhere square panel to card front.
  9. Adhere rectangle panel to the interior.

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.

It’s also for the entry of

Cards In Envy – Feeling Sketchy Card Challenge

Wishing You the Beary Best Birthday

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Today I am sharing a card following the sketch from My Favorite Things and I’ve rotated the sketch to finish my creation.(Please tap the figure below for the details)

Here is how I’ve created…

  1. Create an A2 card base and an A2 white card stock as the front panel.
  2. Stencil the mini clouds with salty ocean Distress ink.
  3. Die cut a grassy hill from white card stock. Apply twisted citron & mown lawn Distress inks and spray some water.
  4. Die cut the sliding channel from the grassy hill.
  5. Die cut the road from gray card stock.
  6. Stamp, color and die cut the images.
  7. Arrange and layer all the pieces mentioned above on A2 card base with double sided tapes and foam tapes.

It’s for the entry of

Simon Says Stamp Wed. Challenge: Stencil It

The Male Room Challenge #85 – Cars

Shopping Our Stash Challenge 354: For the kids

International Art & Soul Challenge #33 All About Boys or Men

Thanks for spending some time with me and I hope you can revisit my blog again.

Soak Up the Fun

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Today I am sharing a shadow box featuring the ocean due to the temperature is going to 30°C. I wish I could join these cute critters to have fun!

All the images are from My Favorite Things Soak Up the Fun stamp set.

Here is my creation with the different angles of the photos.

Thanks for spending some time with me and I hope you can revisit my blog again.

Have a Good Day!

It’s for the entry of

Make My Monday Challenge #71 Hint of Summer to Come

613 Avenue Creat Challenge #209 Anything Goes

Stamping Sensations May Challenge – Close to Nature

Crafty Cardmakers #211 No Patterned

Through the Craftroom Door Anything Goes Challenge

Craftaholics R Us Challenge #20 – Anything Goes

The Crafty Addicts Challenge 48 – Anything Goes

Simply Create too Challenge #138 – Anything But A Card

CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #272 – Colours

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It’s Tuesday again, we are having a new color challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches.

Our monthly hostess, Cathy, has come up a beautiful color combination to inspire us. (tap the figure below for the details at CC&S)

Since the semester is coming to the end, I have to make a bunch of Thank You cards for my girls’ teachers.

Here is how I’ve used the color combo…

  1. Create an A2 card base.
  2. Stamp All Over Roses Background (My Favorite Thongs) with VersaMark on blue card stock and white embossed.
  3. Die cut Thanks Scallop Border (Simon Says Stamps) from white card stock.
  4. Die cut Layered Leaves (My Favorite Things) from Gumdrop Green card stock.
  5. Die cut Loopy Bloom (My Favorite Things) from yellow felt. Assemble with hot glue to secure the rolled bloom.
  6. Layer all the pieces mentioned above with foam tape and double sided tape on A2 card base.
  7. Decorate with clear droplets on the leaves.

Thank you 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.

Merci

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Today I am sharing a card following the sketch from CAS(E) this sketch. (Please tap the figure below for the details)

Here is how I’ve used the sketch…

I stamp the Eiffel Tower on watercolor paper and color with Copics 100. The landscape of the other buildings were solid stamped with black ink.

I apply wilted violet, victorian velvet and milled lavender Distress inks as the background.

I stamp the word Merci with VersaMark and gold embossed. I also add a strip from Gold Sparkle card stock to finish the sketch.

It’s also for the entry of

Inkspirational Challenge 160 Purple & Gold

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