Hi everyone! I’m here today with a card for the CAS-ology Challenge. The CUE CARD for this week is MUSIC.
I was trying to think of a way to interpret music and I had a “You Are My Sunshine” card at back of my head. But I definitely wanted to try and think outside the box. Then an idea hit me, and I think this could be one of my favorite card I’ve made. The card came out exactly how I imagined it which is rare for me. It may not be clean and simple with a lot of white space, but i think grey is pretty close. 🙂
Here is my card —
I die cut the letters / words DO, RE, MISSING, and YOU from different colors using the My Favorite Things Bright Lights Alphabet. I wanted to create a pun on words so I created a space between MI and ssing. For an accent image, I didn’t have any large music note stamp or die cut, so I found a clip art online and cut it. I emembellishedhe note with some Clear Wink of Stella pen and then layered with Glossy Accents.
For the card base, I used a standard size top folding card in Simon Says Stamp Smoke card stock. I stamped the music notes stamp from the Teeny Tiny Backdrops from Lawn Fawn is Hero Arts Soft Granite ink.
That’s it for this card.
For a complete list of all the tools and products I used, please check the supply list below.
Thanks for reading.
Hi everyone! I’m here today with a card using a couple of sketches from 2 different challenges. I know it’s ironic that I decided to combine two sketch challenges because realistically it would just be a mess. But both sketches I used are very similar.
This card is an entry for the CAS(E) This Sketch Challenge. This is the sketch —
And this is sketch for the My Favorite Things sketch challenge.
So when you look at both sketches, they are very similar. A frame/panel, a focal point on the left and the sentiment next to it. The only difference is the orientation. So I may be crazy but I decided to incorporate both sketches and make it my own.
Here is my card —
I started this card with some Carnation layering paper from Hero Arts cut to a landscape card with the fold on top. I used the star backdrop from Lawn Fawn’s Teeny Tiny Backdrops. I wanted to stamp the background and have a tone on tone effect, so I used Cotton Candy ink from Simon Says Stamp. For the frame, I used the two biggest rectangles from the My Favorite Things Stitched Rectangle dies. I cut a frame from some gold paper from the Glitzy Glitter paper pack from Die Cuts With A View.
For the focal image, I stamped the dog from the Cupcake Cutie set from My Favorite Things and colored it in with Copic markers. I will have all the colors in the supply list below. I cut the image with a circle punch and I cut another balloon and adhered it with foam adhesive. I also added some clear Wink of Stella to the balloon and the ribbon on the dog. Then I added Glossy Accents to the balloon. For the sentiment, I stamped the birthday greeting from the same Cupcake Cutie set on a strip of Carnation layering paper with Versamark and heat embossed it with gold embossing powder.
To finish the card, I placed some gold and pink enamel dots from My Mind’s Eye.
That’s it for this card. For a complete list of the supplies I used, please check the supply list below.
Thank for reading! See you soon.
Hi everyone! I’m here with Day 3 of my 12 Days of Christmas Cards. I wanted to apologize for the lack of posts, I have just been caught up with many things and had barely any time to craft. I will definitely finish all 12 days before Christmas day. Thank you for your patience.
My #12DaysofXmas giveaway is still going on till December 26. Check out the details here.
Today’s card is a fun one. It is an easy card to mass produce since you get many parts with every die cut. I also created a box for the cards. I learned the sizes of the box from this post and video that Jennifer McGuire shared.
Here is my card and box
I also created a video showing the process in which I made the card. You can watch it below or on YouTube.
For a complete list of the tools and products I used, check out the supply list below.
That’s it for Day 3. Thanks for reading. See you soon for Day 4.