Hi Everyone and welcome to today’s blog post. This blog post is brought to you for Craftie Cafe online craft store.
Here in Australia the school students graduate at the end of the year. This year in particular is special as my middle child graduates from her primary school at the end of the year. Already she has sparkled like an amazing girl that she is. My daughter Skye has shown great leadership and taken on her responsibilities to these roles quite seriously still keeping to her fun loving self. My heart burst with pride as to what an amazing young lady she has become. I’ll be making a bunch of these cards for mothers to give to their graduates and write a loving note to them on the inside. Please visit my You Tube channel on how to make today’s card.
Hi all, welcome to today’s blog post. I have created this card to go with the Paper Players Blog challenge. How cute is this stampset and the card that I made for this week’s challenge. With distress ink “Worn Lipstick” I ink blended on a Lawn Dawn rectangle die cut out. For the inner die cut out I have used a mama elephant label/ tag die. To add a subtle pattern on the inked layer I have repeat stamped the cap with the same ink as a tone on tone look. All stamped images have been loosely watercoloured in. Black Staz on ink has been used for the sentiment on vellum cardstock.
I hope you enjoyed today’s card creation.
Happy Paper Crafting PEEPS!
Hello Everyone and welcome to a very exciting blog post. Today I have created this pretty card as my first guest designing post for Honeybee Stamps social media team.
This colour combo is one of my all time favourite colour combos to play with.
Using Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler, Basic Black, Whisper White cardstock, Cheers to You & Bring on the Cake stamp set. I dry embossed with the Square Lattice folder using my big shot which made the cardstock look like a fabric texture.