Hello hello hello everyone! The month of June is mostly associated with Summer, Father’s Day, Ice Cream, or anything that sounds fun in the sun. Today, I wanna share with you all this masculine birthday slimline card idea.
This June D2BA Challenge theme: Masculine and I thought of making this slimline card with the masculine theme. For me, masculine card is always a challenge to make but I had fun making this one.
I cut put a grey cardstock with the first layer of the Retro Slimline Background Die and I added it on the card base with the permanent adhesive runner. After that, I cut out a a white cardstock using the second layer of the background die and then I added some 3D foam tape on it and I added it on a piece of that sprinkle pattern paper and trimmed around it with scissors (or you can pre-cut the patterned paper with the dimension of that die). I added the whole panel on the card with permanent adhesive runner.
Next, I cut those 3 raccoons from the patterned paper using the Raccoon Party Die Set. This die set is not only matching die to the stamp set, but also to the pattern papers which is awesome that we can use both ways. After cutting those raccoons, I added them on the card with permanent adhesive runner.
I stamped the sentiment from the Raccoon Party Stamp Set on a white cardstock with black ink pad and I used the label die from Wavy Slimeline Framelit Dies. I did partial die cut for each side to get the dove tail for short label. I added it on the card with permanent adhesive runner.
I hope this birthday slimline card give you an idea to join our D2BA June Challenge. Head over to D2BA Blog to see more inspiration for masculine cards from the design team.
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. Have a wonderful day!
Hello everyone!!! June is here!!! We officially is in the middle of the year 2021, yes… we are half way through this year. Keep the faith and have hope to live every day that the situation will gets better. Sending paper hugs to you all…
Today, I would like to share this simple Sending Hugs mixed media card with you all…
I went with monochromatic colors for masculin card since we are celebrating Father’s Day in June. I did monoprinting technique with white and light blue acrylic paints for the first layer of the background paper, and then the top layer is double-stencil with 2 kind of stencils and Distress Oxides ink pads.
I embellished the card with some of the clear sticker washi tape pattern and the sentiment is also a clear sticker. These clear stickers are fun to use on any projects.
I hope this card sparks you an idea to join our STAMPlorations June Stencil Challenge. You can use any stencils to create any kind of projects to play along. Please make sure to read the rules to be eligible to win the prize.
I love working with digital stamp. When I want to make a batch of cards, I can use the Print-and-Cut feature from Silhouette Studio and cutting it with my Silhouette Cameo machine. But today, I simply just printed the magnolia branch image on a white cardstock using inkjet printer and then I colored it with pencil colors and colorless blender pencil.
After I fussy cut it with scissors, I put it in my spraying box and sprayed it with metallic silver spray for extra shine on the magnolia branch. I dried it with craft heater.
For the background card, I printed one of the pattern from the Botanical Dream digital paper pack on white cardstock in 8.5 x 11 size. Yeah… I printed the full page. It might sound taking so much ink, but I can cut the whole page to make 2-3 cards. I cut it in the size of slimline card and added it on the card with permanent adhesive runner.
I used gelli printing technique to create that background. I dabbed the dye inks directly on the gelli plate and spray lightly with water. Then, I added the stencil and I put the watercolor paper on top. I gently pressed the paper and then I removed the paper and stencil off the gelli plate. I grabbed another watercolor paper and pulled another print off the gelli plate.
I dried the printed paper with craft heater and then I cut it with the largest size of the Slim Mini Wavy Layers Dies. I added the front panel on too of the slim mini card base with permanent adhesive runner.
I stamped the coffee cup, sleeve, and lid on a watercolor paper with black pigment ink and dried them. I colored then with watercolor brush pens and water brush. I dried them again and then I cut them with the coordinating dies. I put the pieces together with dries-clear adhesive glue. I added the cup on the card with permanent adhesive
I stamped the sentiment on a white cardstock with black pigment ink and then I cut it with the label die from the Slim Mini Wavy Layers Dies. I added it on the card with 3D foam tape.
That’s my card today! Hope this brings some sunshine into your day. Thanks so much for stopping by!