For this blue surfboards background, I laid the first stencil, surfboard shape only, on an A2 watercolour paper panel in secure, applied Tumbled Glass Distress ink using blending brush. I changed the second stencil, detailed one, on the same place, applied Mermaid Lagoon & Crushed Olive Distress inks. As you know, Distress inks react with water so, I added water drops all over the panel for the effect of splashing water in the beach. ;) For the sentiment, I used the Summer Drinks set.
I die cut the waves from kraft & watercolour paper using the new Stitched Waves die set. With 3 watercolour die cuts, I ink blended them with Mermaid Lagoon & Faded Jeans Distress inks. I mounted all waves onto A2 card base as shown in the picture, then tucked coloured critters in between the waves. Making summer cards are so much fun!
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Hello crafty friends! I’m so happy to know the new papercraft company, ALWAYS! And Today, I will introduce ETC Paper through my card – they were kind enough to provide gorgeous paper packs recently. I have a floral basket card with their beautiful colour cardstock called “Colorplan Rainbow Assortment Cardstock“.
To better express the colours, I used the Altenew Garden Picks 3D layering flowers die set!
I used (dark to light) Scarlet, Bright Red, Hot Pink and Candy Pink for the main flower.
For these tiny flowers, I used (dark to light) Mandarin, Citrine and Sorbet Yellow.
I used Lockwood-Green and Park-Green for these leaves.
Hello crafty friends, happy weekend! Today I have a floral Mother’s Day card with newly released PPP Spring Corner Frame Die. It’s so pretty floral die, isn’t it?!! I think it is perfect for Mother’s Day cards!
I die cut the Spring Corner Frame from thick white cardstock first, and then applied Distress inks to floral petals & leaves die cuts using blending brushes. I inlaid inked pieces in place.
I stamped adorable birds from the Spring Robins set on white cardstock using black dye ink, coloured the stamped images with Copic markers, then die cut them with the matching dies. For the sentiment, I heat embossed it from the Mom set on black cardstock in white, trimmed it as a small banner.
I mounted the floral panel on beige card base using foam tape first, and then added birds, sentiment, and lots of jewels as shown in the picture. :D
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Hello crafty friends! Hope you stay healthy and well. Welcome to Day 3 of the Pretty Pink Posh March 2021 Product Release Blog Hop. If you arrived here from the super talented Yana Smakula’s blog you are on the right track.
Easter Basket is super-duper adorable. I love it so much! I just wanna put all beautiful flowers in it. :D
For my first card, I made a floral basket shaker card. I started by die cutting Easter Basket from watercolour paper first, and then applied Rusty Hinge & Gathered Twigs Distress inks using blending brushes. I stamped beautiful flowers from the Floral Corners set onto watercolour paper using light coloured dye ink. I then watercoloured all stamped images using Distress markers. I cut them with the Floral Corners coordinating dies.
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 3/16/2021. Winners will be announced on the PPP blog.