I finally got around to purchasing a Fuse tool and this is one of the first few cards I have made with it. I made this card for the Lawnscaping Thinking Of You Challenge. I thought it would be fun to make a shaker using a heart die and to have these cute little bunnies holding it up! I hope you like it, thanks for stopping by!
I made this card for the Lawnscaping Thinking of You Challenge. To create this card I used a few products I have never used before. I have had this moose stamp for quite some time and have never gotten around to using it, I paired it with a new addition to my collection which is the Stitched Mountain die from My Favorite Things. I think this die is so fun, really good for creating winter scenes. This card has a lot of layered elements. To create this card I first decided on what the background layers would be. I die cut those and added watercolor using Distress inks. The two hill borders I left blank as those would be snowy hills. The grass in the foreground I colored with Copic markers. I then stamped the moose and her flower garland and colored them with Copic markers. To assemble the card I laid all the elements on top of each other and stuck them down. To finish off the card I stamped the sentiment in silver embossing powder and added some flowers at the bottom. I hope you enjoyed the card for today! Thanks for stopping by! :)
Hi Everyone, today I am going to share a card with you using the Happy Home set from Sunny Studio Stamps. I think these houses are soon cute! I also love how this set makes it super easy to make a fun scene with the clouds, grass and all the other cute little details.
To create this card I first stamped the house and the trees on a white piece of card. After I stamped them I masked them off with masking paper. I then stamped the sentiment with white embossing powder, I did this first because when I add the distress ink the embossing will resist it. I then masked off the area where the hill would end up and inked up the sky with Salty Ocean, Tumbled Glass and Faded Jeans Distress Inks. I then removed that mask and masked over the sky that had just been inked. I applied Mowed Lawn and Peeled Paint Distress Inks to that area to make the little grassy hill. I then colored the house and trees with Copic markers. After that I die cut an arch at the top of the card and mounted it onto a plain white card base.