I made a Canada Day card so I decided to one for my American friends
Rubbernecker has the most fantastic African American set
of rubber stamps
I was happy to use one of them on this card.
The image was colored with copic markers
The background was cut out using my silhouette cameo.
I love my country and I love to bake
This stamp set was given to me as a gift because besides
making cards, I love to bake.
The stamp set is Wisk It from Art Impressions,
It was colored with spectrum noir markers
The banner and the apron were cut from printed
paper. The sentiment was written using
my silhouette cameo.
Its that time of year to thank your children's teacher for putting up
with all year.
This is a really sweet image from Bugaboo Digi Stamps is does
the job nicely.
The image was colored with spectrum noir markers .
I popped some sequin stars on top to give it some bling.
My second editions for Quest designing for Penny Black Challenge
The images are Penny Black Stamps
Doggone Sweet set & Tranquil
The landscape stamp was colored with a marvey marker and then
stamped with versa mark and embossed with clear embossing
powder. The background was then sponged with distressed
ink The dog was colored with copic markers.
Ever since I saw the unicorns I knew they belonged on a carousel.
The stamp set is the Magical Unicorns from My Favorite things.
All the images were colored with copic markers. The pop up carousel
was designed to fit the unicorns.
This is my first attempt at using die cut flowers.
The set is from Ellen Hutson called Bold Blossoms
I die cut extras and embossed the background with them
I sponged the dies with distressed ink to match the
color theme of the challenge.
This stamp is called Good Neighbors. I water colored the image and the
background with distress inks I also popped up a second layer for the
birdhouse and surrounding flowers. Unfortunately I couldn't capture
the effect on camera. The sentiment is die from a Tattered lace set of words.
This card is from one crafty lady to another.
The stamp sets used for the back ground is from The Ink Blot Shop. The shopper is from the Three Room Studio. She was colored with spectrum noir and copic markers.
I hope you enjoy looking at it as much as I enjoyed making it. It put a smile on my face