Thursday, January 18, 2018

Friends make the good time better

I thought I could try to watercolor the Waterfront stamp set to make a card. I knew this stamp set already shows the watercolor result.  But I wanted to make even more watercolor. No too bad to try.

I used the heavy weight watercolor paper. I stamped the land on the card and used brush to melt it. I was not worried about stamp clear or not because of the text of paper.

After dry, I started the palm trees and water. I just added water to my brush. If I liked deep color, I tapped less water. Otherwise I used the more and more water to make water getting lighter. Then I colored sun and sky.

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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Hi! Hello! How are you?!

I couldn't wait to open my order from Ellen Hutson. I like their Jan. new release. But I was not fast enough to get the matching dies. It's not too bad because the whale is easy to cut out.

I chose the Bristol white paper to build the sea water. I tore the top of paper twice to make waves.

I colored whale and fussy cut out. And I stamped the sand on the bottom of card and group of tiny fish. I glued the whale position looked he said hello to tiny fishes.

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Monday, January 15, 2018

Happy Day

Here’s weather changed so quick like a roller coaster. Tomorrow will drop to 17F and no snow. Next week will be up to 60F. Outside is getting dark and dark. So I decided to make a happy day card.

I put the elegant eggplant ink pad on my craft sheet and sprayed some water. Tapped the card on it until I liked the result. I added a little bit night of navy.

After dry, I stamped images except flower on the card. Then I sponged this beautiful deep purple color on the card from edge to center.

Finally I stamped the flower on the center of card and used color pencils to color it. And added the sentiment.

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Saturday, January 13, 2018

Valentine cards series 1– two hearts cards made by small die kit of Spellbinders

After I received Spellbinders January kits, I decided to start creating valentine’s card. My daughter said nobody did valentine’s to give all class In the middle school last year. I thought ok, she grew up. So I donated most of my valentine’s card to children hospital. I will do it this year.

Spellbinders has wonderful dies. I thought their monthly kit it great and price is reasonable. Today’s I used the small kits that included six dies. Only $7.50 plus shipping. I will post link below.

I die cut lager heart wreath on gold shimmer card that bought from local store and white cardstock. I had the left center heart that I used it to make second card.  I also die cut other small flowers and arrow with heart. When I die cut those small pieces, I added the double side adhesive on the top of cardstock. After die cutting, I dipped them in different glitter to make colors. It’s fun process.

Finally I installed every piece on the two cardbase.

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Thursday, January 11, 2018

Thinking of you-- window card

I bought the winter woodland stamp set coming with UK magazine "crafts beautiful" from Barnes and Noble. I like those winter scene.
I used the house stamp to make today's card.

I used the Tombow water-base marker directly color on the stamp. I used the Misti, so I can stamp many times I need.

After this step, I used the brush to add tiny water on the image. And I added the blue to sky and green for land.

I die cut the window on the card. And used the foam tape to glue watercolor scene on the back. This is simple card.

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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Amazing you -- Stencil background

I just like this stencil from Stampin Up new catalog. I decided to use this stencil to make a card today. No stamping at all.

I used the stencil to cover on the whisper white card stock. I sponged the elegant eggplant ink over it and spread the transsulent embossing paste to cover it again. When I sponged ink color, I used heavy hand on the top and light hand on the lower side.

I die cut amazing by silver glitter paper and you by elegant eggplant carstock. I glued sentiment and sequins, drops on the card panel. I also added the slim diagonal silver washi tape(included in Sweet Soirée Embellishment Kit) around the purple card panel.

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Monday, January 8, 2018

Tri-fold Card — Beautiful Friend

When I first saw this stamp and die bundle from Stampin Up Occasion Catalog, I decided to add them to my first order list. Today I tried to play them.  
I used the one piece 8.5x11 cardstock to cut 5" wide, and folded at 3.70". Then turned over the cardstock and folded at 3.70" again. And die cut two windows. It shows like below.

Then I stamped the flower circle on the other white cardstock. After coloring, I used the two dies in the set to cut flower circle out And glued on the front card. 


I stamped the table and chair set on the other white cardstock and colored them. Die cut out and glued on the right side card. 

On the center part, I sponged the sky and stuck the two flower pots on the card that shows through second layer. It looked like standing behind chairs. 

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