CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #254 Card 2

Happy New Year!

I am thrilled that it’s my first DT post at CAS Colours & Sketches. I am looking forward to having fun with the DT at CC&S and you!

This month our hostess is Beverley and this week she has come up with this wonderful sketch to inspire us. (tap the figure below for the details at CC&S)

Since I have an idea with my new goodies, I turned it into another card for CC&S Challenge #254.

Here is how I used the sketch…

  1. Green & Gray card stocks were trimmed into 4.25″ x 5.5″.
  2. The road was die cut from the two papers mentioned above.
  3. The gray road was inlaid on the green card stock.
  4. The bear in the car was colored with Copic markers & was die cut.
  5. All the pieces were layered on A2 card base to fit the sketch.

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.

It’s also for the entry of

Cute Card Thursday Challenge 511 – Anything Goes

Use Your Stuff #294 Something New

Deep Ocean Challenge #172 Something New

Papermimutes #520 Vehicles

Shopping Our Stash #336 Out With The Old & In With The New

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Thanks For Bee-ing There

Hello there!

Today I am sharing a Thank You card with some of my new goodies.

A yellow patterned paper was trimmed into a stripe.

  1. Watercolor paper was cut with Stitched Wonky Rectangle die as the front panel.
  2. The front panel was cut three times with a mini hexagon die (one of my new goodies) in a row down.
  3. The bees were colored with Copic markers & were die cut.
  4. The sentiment was stamped on black card stock with Versa Mark & was heat embossed with Ranger Sunflower embossing powder( another one of new goodies).
  5. All the pieces were layered on A2 card base with double sided tapes & foam tapes.

It’s for the entry of

MFT Wed Sketch Challenge – Sketch 366AAA Cards CAS Game #106 – Quote (Something New)

Time Out Challenge #100: We challenge you to be Thankful

Simply Great too Ch. #134 – Embossing

Stamps & Stencils – On the Bright Side

Cute Card Thursday Challenge 511 – Anything Goes

Use Your Stuff #294 Something New

Alphabet Challenge – U for Use 3 of Something

Pile It On Challenge #138 Thank you

Thank you for your endless support…

Hello thete!

Today I am sharing a quickly made thank you card.

 The background was die cut from green card stock. White embossed and dry embossed was applied on the background with my old goodies from Heroarts.

The front panel was die cut from silver shine card stock and was dry embossed with the sentiment embossing folder.

The ribbon was also applied for the sketch.

It’s for the entry of

Merry Monday Christmas Card Challenge #271 – Embossing

Christmas Card Throwdown Jan. Challenge – Sketch

Challenge Up Your Life Challenge #82 Embossing Folder

Christmas Crafts All Year ‘Round Jan. Challenge – Thank You Card

Less is More Colour Challenge #362 Purples

Hello there!

It’s been a great honor to be a guest designer at Less is More. This week, we invited you to join the colour challenge at Less is More.

Today, I am sharing a birthday card for the very first guest designer’s post and also for my little girl, Amanda. 

She is so skinny but very energetic. She loves reading and taking part in all kinds of activities. She is a well-behaved girl and also has a sense of humor. For me, she is just like a super girl.

Since color of the year 2018 is Ultra Violet , I created a birthday card with the color.

  1. Masking paper was applied on A2 card base for stenciling the background.
  2. The sun ray was stenciled with wilted violet Distress Oxide ink.
  3. The sentiment was stamped with black ink at the bottom of the stenciled sun ray.
  4. The super girl was colored with Copic markers and was die cut.
  5. The first letter of Amanda, A, was die cut from yellow card stock and was adhered on the costume.
  6. The super girl was adhered with foam tapes over the stenciled background.

    Thank you for spending some time with me! Thank you Less is More for offering me this amazing opportunity to be a guest here! 

    I hope you can head on over to the Less is More blog to enter the challenge and to see more inspiration from the awesome Design Team.

    It’s for the entry of

    Simon Says Stamp Mon. Challenge: Something New

    Simon Says Stamp Wed. Challenge: Something New

    Cute Card Thursday Challenge 511 – Anything Goes

    I Love Spending Time with You

    Hello there!

    I am going to have another card class for fifty teenagers this Saturday. Since it’s the last class in this semester, I want to show them how to creat a slider card.

    Today I am sharing the card for the class with my new stamp set.

    1. The background panel was die cut form watercolor paper with Wonky Stitched Rectangle die.
    2. Distress Oxide inks were applied on the background panel with mini ink blending tool.
    3. Water was splashed on it with paint brush and white jelly pen was used for dotting the snowfall scene.
    4. The snow drift was die cut from white card stock.
    5. The sliding channel was die cut from the snowdrift.
    6. The images were colored with Copic markers and were die cut.
    7. All the pieces were layered on A2 card base with double sided tapes and foam tapes.

    It’s for the entry of

    Cards In Envy – Winter Chills Card Challenge

    Simon Says Stamp Wed. Challenge: Something New

    Addicted to Stamps & More Challenge #273 – Holiday

    Craft Rocket Challenges Challenge #44 – Winter

    Cute Card Thursday Challenge 511 – Anything Goes

    Tia Tac Toe Challenge No.029 

    As You Like It Challenge Anything Goes
    Thank you for spending some time with me. I hope you can revisit my blog again.

    Happily Ever After…

    Hello there!

    It’s really hard to get my mojo back after a holiday break. I’ve stared at my new goodies and tried to make something new for a few days, but nothing happened!

    And I finally created a card with a new stamp set. It’s for girl, Sara who was an excellent student when I taught Chemistry at high school. She is going to get married and I want to send greetings for her new life with Terry. For creating this card, I bought several stamp sets and I really adore this one a lot.

    1. The front panel was die cut from white card stock with Wonky Stitched Rectangle die.
    2. The words “Terry & Sara” were printed on the front panel.
    3. The images were stamped with black ink & were colored with Copic markers.
    4. Then the sentiment was stamped with black ink at the bottom of the images.

    It’s for the entry of

    Simon Says Stamp Mon. Challenge: Something New

    Simon Says Stamp Wed. Challenge: Something New

    Inkspirational Chalenges #151 Designer’s Chice – Stamping Only

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

    Wishing You a Wild Birthday

    Hello there!

    Have I mentioned that my hubby started writing birthday cards to his students this summer?

    My hubby put  cards on the desks of the students on their birthdays. When they stepped into the classroom, took the card out of the envelope and read the words, most of them cried with tears. 

    Sending love and comfort is the most important reason I make cards.

    After finishing forty holiday cards, it’s time to be back with birthday cards.

    1. The pony and the alligator were colored with Copic markers and were die cut.
    2. White card stock was trimmed into 4″ x 5.25″as front panel.
    3. Two circles were die cut partially at the corners from the front panel.
    4. Distress Oxide inks were applied on A2 card base for the opening round space.
    5. All the pieces were layered on A2 card base with double sided tapes and foam tapes to fit the sketch.

    It’s for the entry of

    Less is More Challenge #360 & #361 – Sketch 22

    SSS Mon. Challenge : Party!

    SSS Wed. Challenge : Party Time!