Hi guys, today we have Anja back with us sharing her fun encouragement card!
I really just love this sushi tower that she made! She stamped, colored the images from Never Give Up stamp set, and die cut them using the coordinating Penguin Perfect Cuts.
I love how she used a few layers for this card. She ink blended her top panel with Scattered Straw and Dried Marigold Distress Oxide ink. Her choice of patterned paper back panel really matches the theme of her card!
I just love the overall pastel color palette on her card. This sweet truck is surrounded by super adorable penguins, ready to party! She even had the desserts displayed at the ice-cream truck window!
The white heat embossed “HAPPY BIRTHDAY” was from The Sweetest Truck stamp set. I really like them on pink strips of paper for a nice contrast! I love how the little splash of paint mimics confetti and their colors blend in cohesively with all the images!
Hi guys! I’m so excited to show you Davina’s awesome creation for today! She made a cute sushi food truck scene using several products from our recent release!
I love how she did some magical masking on the ice cream truck from The Sweetest Truck stamp set. Then she stamped sushis on the truck instead. How cool is that!
I love the big kimbap advertising sitting on top of the truck! Her images were colored with Copics and die cut using the coordinating cuts.
I really like the bright red truck backed by the night sky and grassy setting. It is so much fun!
She used the Dots Meet Dashes Rectangle Overlays on the card panels for the boarder details. I love that she inked up the edges of her colored cardstock for the added texture and depth. She finished her card with some big letter die cuts and a couple more cute images as decoration. Check out more detail on this card over on Davina’s blog!
Thank you Davina for this incredible creation! Looking at this makes me hungry!
She started with a pop-up shadow box die from Lawn Fawn as the basic structure of this box. She added some yellow patterned papers to the faces of the box as accents. I love how she removed the front flap, cut a panel at the front of the box and added a piece of acetate as the window.
I love how she positioned the cute images at different depths; some were just behind the window, while some were adhered at the very back. The kitty blowfish near the centre portion was the focal point and she choice a sentiment “You Blow Meow Away!” – so cute!
She also added a piece of wavy cardstock in front of the blowfish as if it was just swimming to the surface! The whole card came together so nicely!
We hope you enjoy Anja‘s pop-up box card! Thank so much Anja, your card is so amazing!