Wednesday, October 23, 2019

three sheets to the wind

The Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge is: Spooky.

I made my card using a stamp from Art Impressions (fright night) and colored it with my alcohol markers, then cut it out. I diecut the spooky hill from black cardstock. It's from Crafting Desert Divas, but they've closed their shop.
I traced where the hill would reach and then applied Distress Oxides on the cardbase ( Mustard seeds, Carved Pumpkin, Wilted violet, Chipped sapphire and Blacksoot. I went back and forth to darken the top layer. 
Stamped the sentiment from the same set with Versafine Clair ink.
Mounted the spooks with foamtape and adhered it to the card.

For more information on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge, see this.

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Rudolph the Pink nosed reindeer?

Sure why not, maybe it's his sister? haha...anyway it's for the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: All things pink.

As I'm in Christmas cards mode I made one using the Simon Says Stamp HoHo Deer die and cut it out a cardpanel three times. Also cut his/her nose from pink glitter paper.

Stamped the sentiment, also Simon Says Stamp (tiny Words Christmas) with Versafine Clair ink.
Traced the openings onto the cardbase so I could inkblend Distress Oxides in the right place. I've used: Spun Sugar and Picked Raspberry.
Adhered the panel on top with tape runner.Placed the glitter nosed back with a Zig glue pen.

For more information on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge, see this.

5 minute tip, protect your stamping tool lid

Saturday, October 19, 2019

CAS on Friday

Hiya, I haven't played with what was then CAS on Sunday for a few years and forgot about it, so sorry.

The challenge is: big word or sentiment and I've used Fijne Kerst stamp from Craft Emotions 1826. I inked it with Versamark and stamped the sentiment on the cardbase. Then I've used Wow metallic brass to heat emboss it. Shine and impact  in one.
Just three little snowflakes I cut from glitter paper, attached with a glue dot. Done.

For more information on the CAS on Friday Challenge, see this.