Todays card was made using the Simon Says Stamp latest release kit.
First I took pink card stock and attached it to a Neenah Solar White 110 card base. It was cute at 4.25 by 11 inches and then folded in half.
Next I took the scalloped dies form Lawn Fawn and die cut the craft paper and the flower print paper from the card kit. After that I took the Simon Says Stamp new heart die and cut out the heart from vellum. I heat embossed using Versamark Ink and used Ranger Black Sparkle embossing powder. I then took black card stock and placed the Valentine’s Day sticker which was in the card kit as well.
I assembled the card and decided to add some bakers twine. I am still working on tying bows.
Hope you enjoy the card for today!
First I am going to say this, this card took me almost three hours to make. That is design, stamp, cut and execute. I am not sure why I hit such a mental block with this one, but I think the end result is amazing. I actually used materials from three difference card kits to make this card. I used Simon Says Stamp materials from the November 2015 release, My Favorite Things January 2016 Card Kit (brand new service), and the Simon Says Stamp kit for January 2016 and the Lawn Fawn Valentines Kit. So really I think that might be four. Anyway, I used some Mama Elephant dies as well.
I hope you enjoy today’s card.
This is a card I made using the Clearly Besotted Animal Balloon stamp set. I also used the Lawn Fan Stitched dies to cut out the center. I then propped the flower paper up with foam tape adhesive and then added sequins from Pretty Pink Posh. I finished off the card by heat embossing the sentiment on some pink stock paper. The animals and the sentiment are attached with foam tape as well.
I learned a new technique yesterday by visiting a local craft store that is here in the Chicago area. It seemed very interesting. The older women at the craft store were so lovely and showed me this technique.
While this is not a stamped image card, I do like it. I hope you enjoy. I named it after my friend Cassie in Florida. It was made with iris folding and I finished it off with some foam tape behind it and some distressed ink.
So this is my very first entry into a blog challenge. I decided to go with Mojo Monday. It is a neat concept. They give you the layout of a card, and you use our supplies to make it. It is nice to see this as I have had trouble with coming up with layouts for my cards. You will have to excuse my brief list below in products used as I am getting used to writing things down as I go.
On this card I used 110lb Neenah Solar White Card stock as the base. There is also textured pink card stock glued on that. I used Memory Box stitched dies to make the circles. I heat embossed the word “Love”. That stamp is from the Paper Smooches “Word Salad” stamp set. The paper is what I have in my stash, and I don’ recall the names. Black and white polka dot washi tape. Behind that is black card stock. I glued buttons that I purchased from Michael’s and Spare-Parts from The Paper Source. After looking at the card I decided to add faux stitches on the black card stock using a Uni-Ball Signo Broad white ink pen.
I hope you enjoy!
I am pretty proud of todays card. I drove to my local craft store and I was looking for something that was just a little different. I needed some paper that really popped. Paper that I would have been ashamed to cover with any other paper, so I found it. It is a washi paper. I am sorry I am not sure of the brand name.
I placed that on top of a navy blue card stock. Then layered it with a light purple which I die cut with a large stitched rectangle from Lawn Fawn. The pattern paper is die cut using the small stitched die cut rectangle also from Lawn Fawn.
I adhered all of those to the card in layers. The heart is a die cut by Tim Holtz. I die cut 12 white hearts out of some heavy card stock, and the 4 gold hearts our of gold foiled (mirrored) paper. I then glued three white hearts stacked on top of one another. Then added the gold heart on top. I glued that down to the pattern paper. Using that many die cuts brings some dimension to the heart.
Last I gold embossed the word love from the Word Salad Stamp set from Paper Smooches. I adhered the final card base to some Neenah 80 lbs card stock.
I hope you enjoy these cards and let me know what you think!