Last week I shared with you a card I had created using the cute little Stamp Set – You’re Sublime. Well, today I have another to share with you, but this time I’ve played with the frog from the same set. I don’t know what it is about this set, but I love creating with it. Is it the little creatures & their faces or is it the shapes……
Anyhow, my card went off in the mail last Monday. Fingers crossed they like it too.
As I’ve teamed the set with the bright & happy “Festive Birthday” DSP, I wanted the colours to be the same – bright & happy. I used my Blender Pen to colour the frog & the water, but in saying that, I didn’t want it to be coloured nice & smooth, so I very roughly coloured both using Emerald Envy for the frog & Tempting Turquoise for the water. It’s eyes are Daffodil Delight & the spots are Melon Mambo.
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My card today is one we created this morning in class. As it is the school holidays & there are a couple kids coming along, I thought I would aim the card at the kids while at the same time cater for the adults who will be there too.
My card uses the “Everyday Hero” Stamp Set from the 2017 Occasions Catalogue. I’ve also used the “Festive Birthday” DSP which I am loving. I chose the colours of Crushed Curry, Whisper White & Emerald Envy as these colours can be for either boys or girls. By doing this, the class can elect to create their card for a boy or girl. Along with the “Everyday Hero”, I used the “Custom Tee” Stamp Set for the greeting. It has a greeting for boys & girls!
Don’t you love the little hat he is wearing? All I did was fussy cut it from a scrap piece of the DSP.
I do hope they enjoy creating this card as much as I did.
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I’m not sure if you have seen the “Everyday Hero” Stamp Set in the 2017 Occasions Catalogue or not but I am loving it! I will be honest & say I haven’t created too many cards with it but the ones I have, I love.
Toda’s card is one I created a couple of weeks ago as part of our FB Page challenge. Challenges are a good way to get your creative juices flowing & ideas forming in your head. There are plenty out there, so why not play along with one. In fact I have posted the sketch over on my FB Page for you to play along. Check it out!
I’ve also done a little bit of colouring using the Watercolour Pencils & Blender Pen.
Be sure to check back Friday as I have another card to share with you which we will be creating in our class using the same products.
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Today’s card is one I created for the challenge over at Mojo Monday. I have followed this challenge for some time & seeing as though I am finding it difficult to create at the moment, I thought playing along with a few challenges may get me a little motivated.
I’m not normally a Bright’s person, but I had the “Festive Birthday” DSP sitting on my desk from another project I had created – will show you that sometime next week – & thought “why not?”. I am actually surprised at how much I love this DSP & all the lovely patterns & colours in the pack.
While creating the card, I had a bit of a light bulb moment with the umbrella. I have been wanting to do a fringe along the bottom for sometime but couldn’t really work out how it was going to be achieved & then “Bam” & the brain went into overdrive. Now I am happy with it & looks like the beach umbrella I have & use down the beach.
Die cut 2 umbrella shapes from the “Umbrella Weather” Framelits in different colours or 1 in DSP & the 2nd in a matching CS colour
Cut a small “fringe” along the bottom of the CS
Layer DSP Shape over top with the “fringe” showing a little at bottom
I’ve actually left the sentiment off the card for the moment as I will do that when the occasions arises, although I don’t really think it needs one.
There is still time to play along with Mojo Mondayso head on over to check out all the lovely creations.
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