Hi there everyone! Ashley is sharing a quick and easy encouragement card featuring products from our earliest releases!
To build her background, Brutus Monroe Glitter Glaze in a red colour was applied through the Rain of Hearts stencil onto a piece of red cardstock. While that dried, images from the Get Well Soon stamp set were stamped in black ink and coloured with Copic markers. She had a few sentiments of her own from My Favourite Things, and cut them into a couple strips.
The dried hearts panel was glued onto a red card base with a red patterned paper border. The images and sentiment banners were adhered to the card front with foam squares.
Hi guys, happy Friday! Jo is back today with a lovely encouragement card for all of us, featuring products from our very first release, the Bee Happy stamp set! Check out her video tutorial on our YouTube Channel!
This is a clean and simple card. She took images from the Bee Happy stamp set and colored them with Copics and die cut them with the coordinating Penguin Perfect Cuts. I love that she stamped a whole bunch of flowers and put them into the Honey jar and made it into a pot of plant!
Ashley applied Deco Foil Transfer Gel to a white card base with the Rain of Hearts stencil and allowed it to dry. Once dried, rose gold foil was placed overtop and the paper + foil were sandwiched between some parchment paper before being run through a laminator.
She then die cut a smaller panel from the Dots Meet Dashes Small Rectangle Overlays. To decorate this panel, she used the rainbow image from the My BFF stamp set, and stamp it multiple times with VersaMark ink and white heat embossed them – such a cool idea! She also did the same thing using the butterfly stamp from the set.
I love the vibrant colors she used on her images and the light yellow really gives it a refreshing feel!
She added a little black and white trimming to give it a nice detail. And finally adhered this panel to the diamond backdrop with foam tape for some added dimension!
Thank you so much Anja! These cute rainbows sure put smiles on our faces!
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!