I really like how colourful she made all of the characters look! Everything comes together and it is so fun and cheerful! It’s like a super happy sushi family portrait! I love how she even added a faux tile backsplash to the counter!
She also decorated the inside of the card by using a trimmed portion from her original 6″ x 6″ card that she blended – so clever! She stamped out one of the images from the Words From the Heart (Chapter 2) stamp set, “Happy Mail” along with three cute images on the inside.
This card makes a great variety of cards, for example, encouragement cards, just-because cards, thinking of you cards, etc. Who could resist these cute pieces of sushi!
Thank you Bobbi for your wonderful inspiration! What a great way to start the day!
She die cut 3 stitched slimline panels to create the sky and the grassy hills scene. I love the Distress Oxide ink blending on the background. She used Tumbled Glass for the sky, and Mowed Lawn and Shabby Shutters for the grassy hills.
I love the smiley trees which are built using the images from My BFF stamp set, the bunnies, flowers, butterflies and the kitty in the trolley are also from the same set.
I love that she added some cute refreshments on the table (those adorable sushis are from Never Give Up stamp set) to make the scene even more interesting! Looks like this bunch is having a great party!
She assembled her card using both liquid glue and foam tape to create a bit of dimension to the card.
She arranged her images into a super gorgeous scene. She compiled it as if these little characters are in a food fair! I really love how she used the café house from the Rabbit Cafe stamp set and turned it into a sushi stall! And she even turned the ice cream truck from The Sweetest Truck stamp set into a coffee truck serving beverages! So cute!
I also love how she had the soy sauce from the Never Give Up stamp set as one of those large inflatable things that are outside of shops and at fair grounds. She even created a tilt slider for it to wiggle back and forth attracting customers! How cool is that!
I love the way she masked the ice cream images on the original ice cream truck from The Sweetest Truck and replaced them with coffee and matcha tea images. She used the tiny coffee themed words from There’s No One Like You, and stamp them on the truck and even added the little cup of from the Rabbit Café stamp set on top of the truck!
She also added some decorative elements such as the trees and the directional signages from the Fun Adventure stamp set to make it more interesting!
Thank you so much Davina! I love that you mix and match so many cute images from the different stamp sets, and altering some of them to create this huge and fun scene!
I hope you are inspired by this awesome creation! Thanks for stopping by!
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!
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!