I adhered all watercoloured flowers & leaves, wedding ring on the centre of the white butterfly base using foam tape. I decorated the card with small clear droplets.
For the second butterfly card, I die cut flowers & leaves from watercolour paper using the Hero Arts Envelope Accessorise dies, randomly glued all die cuts on white butterfly card base using fine tip glue pen, and then ink blended it with some Distress inks in rainbow order. I added smaller vellum butterfly die cut, pearls and Hero Arts small butterfly on the card.
Here is the last but not least, I decorated the right part of the butterfly with colourful flowers & butterfly. I die cut Hero Arts small flowers & leaves from various colour cardstock, butterfly from white cardstock first. I then lightly added colour each die cut with Copic markers, and then arranged all flowers & leaves onto the right side of the white butterfly card base using foam tape.
Isn’t it so lovely?!! I am so very pleased with the result, haha! :D
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Hello crafty friends, happy Thursday! Welcome to Day 1 of the Simon Says Stamp Yay You Release Blog Hop. I’m so happy to be a part of this awesome blog hop! If you arrived here from super talented Cheiron Brandon’s blog you are on the right track.
I die cut the word “Happily Ever After” from thick white cardstock, shadow from vellum paper, and then glued them together. I mounted the floral panel on white card base using Dot Runner Adhesive, added the sentiment die cut on the centre of the card using foam tape, and then decorated the sentiment with tiny butterflies and wedding ring.
For my second card for the hop, I used the new Arches stencil along with other SSS products.
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Finally, I made alcohol ink background! I know, alcohol ink background became trendy a few years ago but at the time, honestly, I didn’t want to add alcohol inks in my stash because I had so many different mediums like watercolours, Distress inks, etc.. HOWEVER, I ended up falling in love with the charm of alcohol ink background. The unexpected result is particularly attractive!! :D
I die cut the Stylized Butterfly from thick white cardstock, small olive leaf from metallic gold cardstock, and then mounted them onto the centre of the card front using foam tape.
I decorated the gold olive leaf with gold crystals.
Here is another card with the Olive Leaves die set. I made another alcohol ink background with blue, yellow and metallic gold alcohol inks. I then die cut the Thinking of You Heart & Olive Leaves from white cardstock. I applied green Distress inks to a part of Olive Leaves die cuts.
Hello crafty friends! Welcome to Day 3 of the Pretty Pink Posh March 2022 Product Release Blog Hop. If you arrived here from the super talented Rachel Arribas’s blog you are on the right track.
Pretty Pink Posh March theme is Easter & Spring. There are lots of fresh and adorable items!
For my first card, I used the new Butterfly Shaker die, Smile Script die and Layered Butterflies stencil. All three new items are so adorable, right?!! I made cute butterflies background with the Layered Butterflies stencil and Distress inks.
I die cut the Butterfly Shaker from white cardstock, the Smile Script from metallic gold cardstock, and then added them to the centre of the card front.
I decorated the centre of all butterflies with the new pearls. I love these all rainbow coloured pearls so much!!
For the second card, I made edge-to-edge shaker card. For the background, I cut a piece of clear plastic bag bigger than A2 size, applied sticky double-side tape to all the edges of back of the background panel, covered the panel with clear plastic piece, and then filled it with the new Bunny Garden Clay Confetti, Iridescent Mini Circle and Iridescent Mini Star Confetti.
My last, but not least, project is cake topper with super-duper adorable 3D Pinwheels die set. It’s my most favourite among entire March products, Woohoo! One of my closest friends’ daughter, Danielle turns five next week and she looooves pinwheels! So I made these pinwheel cake toppers for Danielle. :D
GIVEAWAY!! There are 3 $25 gift certificates up for grabs (one winner each day). Winners will be picked randomly along the blog hop. Comments must be left by 11:59 PM PST on 3/20/2022. Winners will be announced on the PPP blog.