Hey crafty friends, I have a really quick post. I created this card for the new CASE this Sketch challenge. I was over the moon excited that my card for last week’s sketch was a team favorite. Thank you CTS team! You can check it out here.
Here is this week’s sketch:
When I saw the dots/circles on the sketch I immediately thought of this Neat & Tangled Falling Circles Die. I used it upside down and now I envision champagne bubbles to help celebrate. I love champagne so I thought that was really fun.
The sentiment is from Avery Elle’s new Banner Bits stamp set. And the balloons are from Stampin’ Up! Balloon Celebration stamp set.
I had so much fun working with this sketch. I would love to hear from you; do think the circles look like champagne bubbles?
Thanks for stopping by,
A couple of weeks ago my BFF was in town for a week. With my husband working out of town it was just the two of us for the week. Oh we had so much fun.
Right after she left I was in Hobby Lobby and saw a 4 x 6 paper stack on sale that had this whale DSP. Back when we were in high school and college she loved anything with whales on it. So of course I had to get the paper stack. Since she had just left I created this card. (The sentiment is from Simon Says Stamp – Big Scripty Greetings)
This is the magic of paper crafting; being able to share how you feel to those you care about most. So join me in the #mailitmonday movement and send a card out this Monday to someone you care about.
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As a woman who has two sons, a husband and works in a male dominated industry I need more masculine cards than most. It is always a challenge to come up with new cards that are creative and masculine oriented. So when I saw the new Hero Arts Sunburst Bold Prints Background Stamp I knew I had to have it. I saw so many possibilities including unique masculine cards.
This card is super simple yet has a bold impression. The base is Basic Grey card stock. The sunburst background was stamped in Basic Grey ink onto Smokey Slate card stock. This was mounted directly to the card base. The sentiment from SU Perennial Birthday stamp set was heat embossed with Simon Says Stamp Navy embossing powder onto Smokey Slate card stock. (NOTE: I did use my antistatic powder before stamping the sentiment yet you can still see stray pieces of embossing powder around the letters. I decided to go with the look for this masculine card as it went with the sunburst design. Sometimes you need to let go of perfection and just go with it.) A retired embellishment from SU Urban Underground Suite completed the card.
The sentiment on the inside of the card is from SU Picture Perfect stamp set.
I thought I would enter this in the CASE this Sketch challenge #260 this week. Here is the sketch:
I hope you have a great weekend and get some time to create.
I want to thank the Case this Sketch team for selecting my project as a team favorite.
I loved this Simon Says Stamp Ornate Background stamp the first time I saw it. For my project, I stamped it in Versamark ink onto Kraft card stock then heat embossed in White Stampin’ Embossing Powder. Then it was selectively colored with Polychromos colored pencils. I CASE’d Yana Smakula for this subtle coloring.
The sentiment is from Simon Says Stamp’s Big Greeting 1. It was stamped and heat embossed in Black Embossing Powder.
Then I foam mounted it onto Powder Pink card stock. A few Nuvo Blizzard Wbite drops are the finishing touch. A very easy card with a wow finished look.
I hope you having a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by.