Sunday, December 10, 2017

Outside of window


I had a super busy weekend. This card I made many days ago. But  I just found time to finish my blog today.

I thought I can made window card. After I bought this pretty window, I never had chance to use it.

I sponged the background(outside of window) first. And embossed the Santa Sleigh. I fussy cut the two piece of snow banks. I added the glue along the snow bank and stuck some glitter.

I attached the window on the background by foam strip. I whisper white is too white in here. So I used new light crumble cake alcohol marker colored all window frame.

Finally I stamped the sentiment on the cardbase.

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Thursday, December 7, 2017

Snowy day

My daughter really hope we will have snow this winter. Actually every year she has the same wish, but in Texas it's not dream coming true every year. So I thought I could make a snowy day forest card fro her.

I chose the heavy weight watercolor paper for background. I water washed the sky first and drew the the trees by the flat top watercolor brush. After dry, I stamped the Hero Arts layering trees (the one is on the right up corner ) over my water-colored trees to add more dimension. I also watercolor the snow bank and tree shadow. I just made a little ice under the right tree.

I stamped the snow all over panel and embossed by white embossing powder. I die cut the deer and colored it by Blick studio markers dark umber and light umber. I also added the white dots on its body. The I used the foam to stuck the deer on the card.

I added the round red dots on the tree like berry from my stash.

Supplies that I used:

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Painting

I just ordered this Painter's Palette stamp set. I found I really like this stamp because I can add any paint on the frame. 

Today I painted the Lovely as a tree on the watercolor paper. I used the water base marker directly color the trees on the stamp. Then I embossed all images by clear embossing powder. At this time, Misti was very useful. 

Then I water washed the sky and added the same color on the tree leaves, trucks and ground. 

I stamped the easel and sentiment on the Sahara Sand cardstock by Early Espresso. Then I cut out the easel center part. I stuck the painting behind the frame by foam tape. 

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Monday, December 4, 2017

Winter village

Thanksgiving is great time to shop. I bought this penny black winter village die set. It's very funny die.

I die cut the village on the white card stock and color them by watercolor. I added the diamond cool glitter on the white trees and snow man. It didn't show well on the picture, but it is very shiny and bright in person.

For background, I used the Lindy's gang spring color. Beautiful color. After dry, I wrote the white dots on the sky by white pen. Also I embossed the sentiment on the sky by silver embossing powder.

I used two of the Lawn Fawn stitched rectangle die to make the white frame. And used the foam strip to add dimension.

Supplies that I used:


Saturday, December 2, 2017

Joy


I received my happy mail from My Favorite Things. They made this wonderful mod rectangle die.

Today's card I used cotton ball with reinker and alcohol and tapped it on the glossy white cardstock.
After dry, I die cut it to mod rectangle by second large die from the set.

I also die cut the sentiment "joy" four time on the white cardstock and the top one I used the copper shine cardstock. I stuck them together and glued on the card.

For cardbase I bought from local Michael's 110lb heavy weight cardstock light grey.

Supplies that I used:

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Thinking of you



Today I made a very simple card. At beginning, I want to make a winter scene with snow. But in this stamp set I never used this lonely tree. So I changed my mind to use this lonely tree to make a card. Also out of my window it’s still fall season. Leaves just started to turn yellow and fell down.

I watercolor background by Stampin Up ink twice. After dry I stamped the tree and sentiment on it.

Then I die cut the round corner rectangle by MFT die set.

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Holiday series -- snow globe shaker card


I find this beautiful die set fro UK magazine Paper Crater from Barnes & Noble. I also find a lot of great UK craft magazines from book store.

  I die cut the snow globe frame and fussy cut the circle white card with the same size with globe frame.

I sponged the blue color on the embossed the sentiment. I tried to die cut twice, but the sentiment were still very light.  After sponging blue color, it's much better. I also colored the bird and other small place.

For background, I cut the snow band and sponged the deep blue sky. Glued some snow flakes on the sky too.

I glued the accent back on the globe frame and add the foam strip on the round globe frame. Added the sequins to make shaker card.

I chose the grey cardstock for base.

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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Holiday series -- Christmas card


I made this beautiful sky by glossy white cardstock. Dies are from my this year favorite Stampin Up Hearts Come Home die set. I already made a lot of cards by this dies set.

I sponged the pink, yellow, blue color on the glossy cardsotck from center sky to outside. Then I splashed the white paint on it.

I die cut the house on the hill and sponged some snow bank. Stamped the sentiment. I used the glitter red pen to dot snow man's nose. And I glued the couple of snow flakes on the card too.

Supplies that I used:

Monday, November 27, 2017

Another Lawn Fawn card made by Belle


Before Thanksgiving break finished, Belle made another Lawn Fawn winter card to prepare for Christmas giving her friend.

She thought snowy day the sky would be dark. So she chose to add the silver grey to make sky instead of all blue color.

She still used the glitter for her snow land. Added the colored penguin and igloo on the card.

Supplies that she used:

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving


I made this simple card to say Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

I stamped two kinds of maple leaves on the card. Orange color leaves, I used two color together. I also stamped the tiny leaves on card for background because I felt to plain.

I used the stitched hills die cut the right lower corner of card to make some different.

Finally I stamped lager Thanks on the card and added some drops around the card.

Supplies that I used:

Tiny leaves background stamp set from retired stampin up stamp set. I took the picture below.


Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Holiday series -- Seasons Greetings by Belle



My daughter Belle started the Thanksgiving break from yesterday. She planed to make some cards for her friends and teachers for Christmas gifts. This card is she made last night.  Summer time I post a lot of her works on my blog. I decided to continue it on my blog.

Belle used Lawn Fawn's let it snow and Fiskars simple expressions stamp to create today's card. She colored the village housed and fussy cut it out.

She made the glitter shinny colorful snow background. She dotted the glue around tree and house, then added sparkle true lavender glitter and also dotted tulip Icicle paint. She also added some extra Stampenndou shaved ice glitter.

Sentiment area, she blended the Delicata silvery shimmer ink first and stamped the seasons greetings by black ink. 

Supplies that she used:
Lavender glitter bought from local Hobby Lobby store.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Holiday series -- ice skating

I just bought those cute stamp sets from 7 kids craft store. Love them. I decided to watercolor them.

I stamped the background image on the watercolor paper and girl & boy on the piece of watercolor paper.

I used the Caran d'Ache water-soluble pastel to my card today.  I also embossed the snow flakes on the sky by white embossing powder.

Supplies that I used:

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Holiday series -- Let it snow

Today's card I used Elizabeth Craft Designs Reindeer dies. This is very Beautiful die set.

I die cut the reindeer, tree branch, snow bank and snowflakes.  Before I die cut snowflakes, I added the double side adhesive on the top of cardstock. After die cutting snowflakes out, I took off the cover sheet of adhesive and put the cool diamond glitter on it. Then I got the shiny white snowflakes.

I sponged Distress Oxide ink salt ocean on the Bristol card stock. and splashed the clear water. Then dried it by paper towel.

I directly put the crumble cake ink pad on the tree branches. Also I used blender pens to add color on the reindeer.

I die cut the white frame and used the foam tape to make dimension. I stamped the sentiment and every pieces on the cardbase.

Supplies that I used:

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Holiday series -- Merry & Bright


I decided to start holiday card series today. I used the Stampin Up Hearts come home stamp set to make today's card.

I chose the Bristol paper and Distress Oxide ink  to make my card today. I felt the Bristol paper is very easy to blend colors. I picked the wild honey, worn lipstick, fade jeans, wilted violet and black soot to make the sky.

I used the mask tape to cover the bottom of card for the ground, then  sponged the colors and splashed the water above it. I stamped houses, trees and Santa sleigh by VersaFine black ink.

I cut the sentiment stamp piece by piece because I wanted to stamp horizon style.

Finally I mounted the card on the thick cardbase.

Supplies that I used:

Monday, November 13, 2017

Beautiful Lotus



I made this card on last Friday, but I had sick all weekend. I couldn’t do anything. Just stayed  on the bed. 😢. So I missed all of you whole weekend. I totally got wellnow.  I continued to finish  my blog today.

I colored the lotus with my card take you time. I fussy cut it out. But I have no idea attaching it on my card that day. Finally I left it behind for other project.

I used this pretty lotus for my today's card. I used the Lindy's gang made the shinny blue back ground for my card circle frame. I glued part of night of navy cardstock on this left shinny blue circle and cut it to fit the circle edge. I embossed the sentiment on the navy carsdstock and used the foam square to add lotus on.

Under this circle I added the washi tape that has traditional Chinese painting for lotus leaves and gold fish.

Supplies that I used:

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Wishing that your dreams come true

This retired Stampin Up world of dream is one of my favorite stamp set. I used it made Thinking of you and  other one I only post picture on my Facebook page.

For today's card, I stamped the plant on the white card stock first. Then used circle die to make a mask on copy paper. I covered the copy paper on the card and sponged the distress ink inside of circle. I dropped the water on the circle area and dried by paper towel.

I added the clear drops on the card circle area and Nuvo Jewel color drops on the white space.

I also cut the edge of card by paper trimmer that I bought from Aldi for $19.99.

Supplies that I used:
Stampin Up world of dreams stamp set. (Retired)


Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Take your time



This stamp set made me remember park in south of China. Summer time, we sat on the bamboo chairs that was under the bamboo, drank the tea and watched the pretty lotus on the water. I felt I was back home.

I made this card. I only used three colors green, blue and grey. I skipped the red lotus. Red is too bright and pink is too pale.  I just want my card kept the cool color.

I stamped the bamboo and stone on the white Bristol cardstock. Then I watercolored it. I didn’t choose the watercolor paper this time. Just because wanted to try my new Bristol paper. I thought it was good.

After dry, I used the Lawn Fawn stitched rectangle die cut the paper and mounted on the kraft cardbase.

Supplies that I used:

Monday, November 6, 2017

Winter Land


I watched the PB&J YouTube video to show how to make this winter land card. She made it so beautiful. After I watched her video, I ordered this stamp set and today I made a copy.

I used the Misti to stamp the all images by Ranger Archival ink water can. I can added any deep color over it. I used the Tombow brush marker color the bare tree branch to brown.

Then I embossed the all images by clear embossing powder. Misti is very useful this time.

I started to sponge the sky, sun and lake. I used the snow marker add the snow on the ground and branch.
The snow marker is very fun to use. You just draw anywhere you like to add snow. Then use the heat gun to heat it. You will get snow texture.

I didn't add any sentiment for this card because I didn't know what I will use for. So I leave it blank.

Supplies that I used:

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Sparkle


I have this tiny ballerinas dies. Adorable! So I used them make a sparkle card. This card is made all die cut. No stamp at all.

I chose the MFT three window die to cut three small windows. Behind blue dots paper from my stash. I thought I bought it from local Hobby Lobby store. Front sparkle shinny paper from Stampin Up. It's very pretty.

I die cut the tiny ballerinas and colored the dress by Copic marker. Sentiment was die cut from shimmy paper stack that I bought from Hobby Lobby.

I used the foam tape to mount the front paper to make dimension.

Supplies that I used:

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Enjoy the warmth of the season

I love this Hearts Come Home bundle from Stampin Up 2017 Holiday Catalog. This is third card I use this bundle.

At beginning, I used Lindy's Stamp Gang spray starburst set blue ink on the thick cardstock. This ink has shimmer finish. After dry, I used two circle die cut a circle frame. I also die cut the black circle by the lager circle die.

I die cut houses on the white cardstock and glued it on the back of deep blue circle frame. And glued piece of accent behind of houses. Trimmed all extra.

I stamped and embossed some stars on the black circle card by gold embossing powder. And attached it behind of accent.
I stamped the sentiment on the thick white cardbase and embossed by gold embossing powder. Then I used the strong double side adhesive tape to stick circle card to cardbase.  I glued the red sequin on the tree.

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