Working with digital stamps, I like to use the Silhouette Studio software and also Procreate Pro on my MacBook. But you can use any image processing software and any Word Document software will work with any digital images. I colored the printed cup with Altenew Artist Alcohol Markers. After coloring process, I fussy cut the cup with scissors.
I used stamping with acrylic block and dye inks technique to create that watercolor background. I dabbed some of the Catherine Pooler Dye Inks on an acrylic block and lightly sprayed it with pearl silver spray to give a little bit sparkle on the background. I stamped the watercolor with the block on a white cardstock. I put another acrylic block on top of it and let the watercolor ink dried underneath the other block. It was fun to watch the watercolor ink blending together underneath the acrylic block and form the rainbow colors.
After I removed the acrylic blocks, I dried watercolor paint with craft heater gun just to make sure it dried well. And then, I cut the background panel with Dare 2B Artzy Rectangles Framelits Dies. I added the cut out frame on the card with 3D foam tape and using permanent adhesive runner to add the middle mat.
I added the coffee cup in the middle of the mat with 3D foam tape.
Let’s get some freshly brewed coffee for our souls today… Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. Have fabulous caffeinated day!!!
Hello hello hello everyone! August is here already… can you believe that??? But for me, this new month means a new journey, new page to write every day. I hope you all also can find a way to enjoy the blessing every day.
Today, I have a new card to share with you all… August is still a good month to enjoy some ice cream, right?
I use 80lbs white cardstock to make the top fold card base. For the background, I cut out one of the patterned papers with the Rectangle Framelits Dies and I added it on the card with permanent adhesive.
Next, I stamped the images and sentiment on a white cardstock and then I colored them with alcohol makers. After that, I cut it with one of the Rectangle Framelits Dies. I adde it on the card with 3D foam tape for extra dimension.
This month challenge theme at Dare 2B Artzy Blog is Anything Goes. You can play along by creating new project, and it is open for you to use any supplies you have. But, when you feature D2BA products on your project, you will get second entry! You can link up to 3 projects (direct link to your project) for chances to win the $15 gift certificate to D2BA Store!!! So… what are you waiting for? It is your turn now and we cannot wait to see what you create!!!
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today. Have wonderful day!
I printed the flower bouquet and sentiment on a white cardstock with inkjet printer. I fussy cut the flower with scissors. I left it uncolor and simply added gold splatters on it with Finatec Gold watercolor paint and fan brush. I dried the image with craft heat gun.
For the sentiment, I trimmed it into a label with paper trimmer, and then added some shadow around the edges using foam brush and Catherine Pooler Ink Pad.
I added both flower and sentiment on the card with 3D foam tape. To embellish the card, I added some gold sequins with dries-clear adhesive glue.
On the second card, I mix and match the patterned papers on the background.
To make sure no bleed through, I dried the image again with craft heat gun before I colored it. I colored it using the Arteza Everblend Art Markers. After that, I added some white paint splatters on it. I dried the image again with craft heat gun.
I fussy cut the colored image and sentiment with micro-tip scissors. I added them on the card with some 3D foam tape.
And my third card is a clean and simple card that is quite easy to make. I printed the polka dot patterned digital paper and then cut it with pierced rectangle dies. I added on the card with permanent adhesive.
I colored the image with Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers. And then I fussy cut both image and sentiment with scissors, too. I added the image on the card with 3D foam tape and the sentiment on top of the image with dries-clear adhesive glue.
Here are the patterned papers I used on all my cards. Aren’t this Pink Lemonade Digital Paper Pack gorgeous??? I printed 4 patterns on a 8.5 x 11 white cardstock with inkjet printer and trimmed them with paper trimmer to use on the cards.