I stamped image stalk of rose with the Totally Black Artzy Ink Pad on a white cardstock and then stamped the layers of the petal and leaves with dye inks using my Mini MISTI stamping tool. I cut the rose with the matching Layered Rose Die Set. I added it to the card with 3D foam dots.
Then I cut couple of the red hearts with the heart die from the Layered Rose Die Set and I added them to the card with 3D foam dots. Then I added some of the gems to embellish the card.
I hope this project inspires you. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. Have a wonderful day!
Hello crafty friends… Love is in the air and Valentine’s Day is less than a month now! Today I would like to share these ideas of sending love with handmade cards.
I always love making projects with stencils and this time, I used stencils to create all the backgrounds on these 3 cards. When I use stencils, I not only get 1 print but 3 or 4 prints. To create these stenciled backgrounds, I used Distress Oxide sprays and watercolor paint with the Heart Duo Stencils using spray over stencil technique, stamping with stencil technique, and ghosting with stencil technique.
First card, I cut the stenciled panel with Rectangle Framelit Dies and I popped up the middle panel with 3D foam tape. For the sentiment, I used the Hello Word Die set. I embellished it with some gems. This is a quick and simple card to make.
This third card is a mini slimline card and also a clean and simple card. I cut a pink card stock and the stenciled panel with the Slim Mini Wavy Layers Die. And then, I cut the heart shape using the heart die from the Heart Background Die and I used 3D foam tape to pop it up on the card. The sentiment is from the Love You Double Layered Word Die, I cut the little heart in the middle of the phrase with scissors and I added it to the card with permanent adhesive glue.
You can make these cards with supplies you have and can be sent out to anyone at any time you need to, not only on the Valentine’s Day. Let’s spread some love with handmade cards!
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I created that watercolor wash background using dye ink pads and water. I smooshed the ink on the craft mat, sprayed with some water, and then I smooshed the watercolor paper on it. I did it couple times to get the watercolored wash texture on it. I dried the ink in between adding colors. I cut this watercolor background with the scallop die from Slim Mini Snowflake Die and I added it to the mini slimline card base with permanent adhesive runner.
I cut a piece of white cardstock with the snowflake background die and then I added it to the card with permanent dries-clear adhesive glue. I put couple large acrylic stamping blocks on it to hold it down until the glue dried.
I stamped the toboggan image on a white cardstock with Artzy Totally Black Ink Pad and then I colored it with alcohol markers. After that, I cut it with the the matching die.
I stamped the sentiment on another white cardstock with the Artzy Totally Black Ink Pad and then I cut it with the banner die from the Wavy Slimline Framelit Dies.
I added both the sentiment and toboggan on the card with 3D foam tape. I thought there was something missing, so I cut a light blue cardstock using the swirl die from the Toboggan Fun Die set and added it at the back of the toboggan.
That’s my Winter Fun card today. I hope you all like it.. Thanks for the stopping by my blog today, have wonderful day!
Christmas is coming… SOONER than you all think! We trimmed our Christmas tree and decorated the house with lights and wreaths. And I started sending Christmas cards, but I always need more Christmas cards at last minutes. Clean and simple design is my to-go card design.
Here are my CAS Mini Slimline Christmas Cards that I made using:
To make a set of clean and simple cards, you can just stick to one sketch design, and embellishments. On these cards, I added a bow on each tag as the embellishment. I also stamped some of those snowflakes on the cards.