I'm posting several cards today to try to get a little caught up on some card making I've been doing this summer. I've been side-tracked by some other crafty projects that aren't necessarily cards, but I'm definitely having fun. I'll try to get more of those projects up here too. Meanwhile . . .
Poketo" and I chose this "Andrea Kang Wallet 2" as my inspiration. I wanted to make a card in the pink and grey color scheme, but when I sat down to do it, it didn't turn out anything AT ALL like I was envisioning. I'm a much better artist in my imagination LOL!! The dies used for this card are Cheery Lynn Exotic Butterfly Small, Mini Fanciful Flourish. Marianne Design #LR0202 border, Oval Nestabilities.
I had fun making this next card for my Nephew's BD. I used three tiny stamps of strange, little bald men that I've had for awhile. They're from an Etsy website called "Pictureshow." Their stamps are so funky and retro and I just love them. On this card, I fussy cut the little men and had them grabbing onto a banner that says "Happy" as part of a birthday sentiment that seems to be getting away!
This next card is one I made using a Tim Holtz Blueprint Series stamp set called "Vintage Things". The images all look like they are still in draft stage on a blueprint. I embossed the image and sponged colors over the areas kind of randomly. I dressed it up with some ivory seam binding, a Prima rose, a swirly metal finding and some tiny pink plastic flower buds.
For these Easter themed cards, I found some vintage background printables on-line and used them for the backdrop of the dome. Then I just proceded to fill it up with flowers and do-dads and it just could not be easier to create a WoW! card!
This next card is made with a new Heartfelt Creations stamp set that I got that coordinates with my Spellbinders Tattered Blossoms dies. I stamped the image onto white CS, then die cut the two smallest sized blossoms and layered them over the stamped image. I added Stickles and bling centers. The sentiment is SU Perfectly Penned.
And the last one for this posting is an Anniversary card that I paper pieced and colored with Copics. The stamp is by Art Impressions. I actually made two different ones but apparently I only photographed this one for some reason!
TFL, I'm so glad you stopped by!