Hello crafty friends! Hope you all had a lovely Easter! Today we are back with Mimi who is sharing a her adorable card featuring the latest Crafty Friend Digi stamp set.
Mimi used the Classroom Scene Builder stand-alone dies to set the scene. I love how she turned these classroom shelves into dreamy craft supplies storage!
She cleverly imported one of the sentiments into an image editing program and turned the bold letters into an outlined version! She printed it on white cardstock and then die cut it using a stitched frame die for added details.
She printed the other cute images from the Crafty Friend digi set, colored and fussy cut them. She also colored the outlined sentiment in a pastel rainbow hue to match the colors of the crafty storage.
I love how she also added images from other digi sets to complete the card. The potted plants are from In Love With London and the bags of snacks are from Kawaii Japan. I love how she used the snacks images as little jars for this charming little craft room, so pretty!
Finally she added the cute envelop onto the girl’s hand (from Inseparable stamp set) to complete the card!
Thank you so much Mimi! Your card is so beautiful and inspiring!
Hi everyone! If you’re recently joining us, Beata June is one of our new Design Team members! Beata is so talented and I love her whimsical style of cards! Today she is back to share this adorable just because card featuring the new Adventure In Australia Digital stamp set.
I love this fun scene that she’s put together!
This beautiful backgroud was ink blended using Distress Oxides Squeezed Lemonade, Wild Honey, Festive Berries, and Uncharted Mariner. I love the bright and beautiful colors on these cute images!
Thank you so much Beata for sharing this inspiration! Have a jawsome day everyone^.^
Hello everyone hope you are having a great week so far! Today we have Guest Designer, Cheryl Luu and her adorable creation!
I am in love with this celebration card! For the background, Cheryl used the Gazania Stencils 360° to blend a pastel pink floral background. She used both Barrels A and B at 30° turning intervals. I love the combination of a darker and lighter shades for the added dimension.
Then she overlaid Barrel C on top, and rotated it at 45° to add the details to the center. I love the purple accents on top of the pink floral pattern!