SSS Autumn Leafy Thank You Cards

Hello crafty friends!
As you know, autumn leaf colour is unexpectedly beautiful. Green leaves to change into red, yellow, orange and even brown. So today I wanna share with you my watercoloured autumn leaves using the Simon’s Large Stitched Maple & Oak dies.
These large sized leaf dies are PERFECT for watercolouring! (left) Maple / (right) Oak.


For my first card, I used the Large Stitched Maple die.And this card, I used the Large Stitched Oak die.

For the background of the card, I made white tone-on-tone leafy patterns. I die cut several stitched leaves from white cardstock, and then randomly adhered them on white card base using double-sided tape (as shown in the picture).
Watercolouring!! I used the Altenew Liquid Watercolours – my most favourite watercolour medium these days. :) I used Sweet Leaf, Paper Bag, Lime, Ruby Red, Espresso.
Once the watercoloured maple leaf was dry, I adhered it on the centre of the card using foam tape, and then added the sentiments.
For the sentiment, I die cut the word “Thankful” from Burnt Orange (for maple card), Midnight Green (for oak card) cardstock, shadow from vellum paper using the Thankful Shadow dies, and then glue them together. For the tiny “Thank you” sentiment, I used the Tiny Words stamp set.
I decorated the card with some autumn coloured sequins and clear droplets.
I love these two stitched leaves. It’s so versatile!!

Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a great day.

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
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PPP Stencil Theme Week: Leaves & Berries

Hello crafty friends!
Today I have a couple of Christmas cards with the Pretty Pink Posh Leaves & Berries Stencil along with other PPP Christmas products.

I started by creating watercoloured Christmas patterns with the Leaves & Berries stencil. I placed the stencil in place onto the 4.25″ x 5.5″ watercolour paper panel, applied red & green Distress inks over the stencil using blender brush – I used Festive Berries for red, Mowed Lawn & Evergreen Bough for green. I then added clean water onto berries & leaves using water brush for watercolour painting effect. Once the panel was dry, I inked all edges of the panel with Antique Linen Distress ink. I also added clear droplets to all berries using Tonic Nuvo Morning Dew Crystal Drops.
I die cut the Stitched Poinsettias from watercolour paper, applied Distress inks, and then assembled them using foam tape. For the sentiment, I stamped it from the Joy set on white cardstock using VersaFine Onyx Black, trimmed it down as a fishtail banner.
I’m so in love with the new Stitched Poinsettias die set!!
To top and bottom part of the card, I covered the card over with the Scallop Border Panels to be more feminine.

Here is another card with the Leaves & Berries stencil – white on kraft is definitely my most favourite Christmas card. :D I placed the stencil onto kraft card base in place, applied white embossing paste onto the card.
I die cut “Merry” sentiment tree from watercolour paper using the Tree Shaker die, inked it with Walnut Stain Distress ink. I die cut berry & leaves from watercolour paper using the Festive Holly dies, applied red & green Distress inks as well. I adhered sentiment tree & Christmas berry on the centre of the card using foam tape. I embellished with a few 3mm clear sequins.
STENCIL SECTION on the PPP store is 15% OFF during this theme week!

Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a great day.

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
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Spellbinders Scenic Snapshots Collection: Springtime

Happy Monday, crafty friends. I hope you had a wonderful weekend!
Today I’m sharing my card created using the adorable Spellbinders Scenic Snapshots Collection: Springtime.
It is so cute set, isn’t it?

And here is what I camp up with:
It’s a spring themed card and (I know) you and I are so busy to make Christmas cards in mid-November. BUT, you must agree that fresh spring air is always welcome to us! Besides, we really are enjoying fresh spring days here in Sydney, haha!!

It’s so easy to make! I just die cut all pieces from various coloured cardstock using the Springtime Scenic Snapshots set, and then assembled windmill, sun, tulips, grass using fine tip glue pen. I adhered them onto white wood grain card base using foam tape.

Here are details:

Oh, I wanna go on a trip to the Netherlands! :D

Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a great day.

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
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SSS Christmas Lights

Hello crafty friends, I can’t believe it’s already November. Time really flies, right? And Christmas is coming up so I will share many Christmas cards with you in this month! :D

Today I am featuring the SSS Christmas Bulbs die set along with other Simon’s Christmas dies – Simon has so many amazing Christmas dies!!

I started by making Christmas patterns on kraft card base. I placed the Holiday Sweater stencil onto kraft card in place, applied white embossing paste using craft knife, then let it dry.
Next, I die cut some Christmas bulbs from watercolour paper.
I inked to Christmas bulb die cut with blender brush – these days I’m obsessed with ink blending with brush, I call it “ink brushing”. :)
For these Christmas bulbs, I used Lipstick Red, Green Leaf and Duckling dye inks.
I die cut the Joyful Frame from white cardstock, and then adhered all elements as shown in the picture onto kraft card base using foam tape.
I added some white enamel dots using Tonic Simply White Nuvo Crystal Drops.

Here is another card with the Christmas Bulbs die set.
In this card, I die cut some Christmas bulbs from assorted colour cardstock, then lightly applied white pigment ink to them. For snow-covered light bulbs, I added Tonic White Blizzard Nuvo Glitter Drops.

Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a great day.

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
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Mighty Hands IG Hop Day 5

Hello crafty friends, TGIF! Welcome to the Mighty Hands Holiday Release IG Hop Day 5.
For those who are new with Mighty Hands, Mighty Hands are Christian photopolymer clear stamps and craft dies company based in Singapore. You can start by taking a look at their website (click HERE), Instagram (click HERE), Facebook (click HERE).
Mighty Hands launched 10 new faith-filled stamp sets and this week the creative team is doing an IG Hop to inspire YOU in your creative faith journey.

My card today, I made a cute Christmas card with non-christmas themed Good Gift Stamp Set. I stamped a cute boy onto watercolour paper using Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink, coloured it with Faber-Castell polychromos colored pencils, and then fussy cut it out. For the sentiment, I heat embossed it in white onto a separate watercolour paper, and then inked Festive Berries Distress ink to the panel.
I used Nuvo White Blizzard Glitter Drops to make a snowy scene. :D

GIVEAWAY!
There’s a giveaway for one US$25 (S$35) gift voucher each day of the hop! To enter, you must have an Instagram account and simply following the rules below:
1. Follow Instagram @mightyhands_
2. Like @mightyhands_ IG Hop post announcement for today.
3. Leave a comment on IG, telling us something you are grateful for today.
4. Like everyone’s post on today’s IG Hop. Giveaway closes Nov 2 11.59pm EST / Nov 3 11.59am SGT. No giveaway accounts, please.

IG HOP DAY 5 LIST:
@itsapreetiworld
@whimsipost
@melaniadeasy
@rejoicingcrafts (Me!!)
@_littleblessings_

Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful weekend!

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
Love Love Love RejoicingCrafts