- Stamp – Hero Arts
- Die cut – made from Spellbinders Shapeabilities “Floral Doily Motifs”
- Border punch – Stampin’ Up “Scallop Edge”
- Sentiment – computer generated
- Patterned paper – SEI “Happy Day: Make a Wish
- Pearls – made with Viva Decor Pearl Pen “cream”
- Cardstock – BoBunny and Bazzill
Here is a bright card for a Monday! The Day 241 Challenge at 365 Cards is Belated Birthday–it’s not too late! I found the sentiment among many belated birthday sentiments online. I jazzed the scalloped edge up a little bit with my pearl pen, which is a quick way to add “pearls” to a card! Thanks for visiting today.
- Stamp – Penny Black “Christmas Text”
- Patterned papers – Basic Grey “Jovial: Crushed Velvet” (green) and Melissa Frances “Kisses Under the Holly” (red)
- Border punch – Martha Stewart
- Cardstock – Bazzill
- Bling – Memory Box “Pearl Berries”
- Distress Inks
I made this card some months ago, but just hadn’t gotten around to posting it. I entered it in the Oregon State Fair, where it earned a second place ribbon. The beautiful Penny Black stamp is the focal point, with distress inks, Stickles, and Memory Box pearls accenting the image. Thanks for the visit.
- Stamp – Paula Best “pumpkin cat”
- Sakura Gelly Roll Stardust pen “Copper-star” and “Green-star”
- Inkssentials Opaque pen – White
- Kraft cardstock
I made this spooky little ATC after being inspired by “Zentangle-style Doodles” article in the November 2012 issue of Craft Stamper magazine. The article is written and projects created by artist Lisa Mason and opened up a little bit of a different creative outlet! It shows how to use your stamps as a starting point and doodling around the image for a whole new look. So for this one, I used an opaque white pen to doodle on the Kraft paper, then I added outlines to the pumpkin and cat’s eyes with Sakura Sparkle pens. The challenge today, Day 237 at 365 Cards, is Spooky. So this fits the bill, even though this Paula Best stamp is pretty cute, while being spooky! Thanks for visiting today.
- Stamp – Postmodern Design – “Wooden Ruler”
- Stickers – 7Gypsies “School” and Pebbles Inc. “Masking Tape Labels”
- Distress ink – Ranger “Dried Marigold” and “Walnut Stain”
- Heavy-weight Kraft paper
This was a fun challenge that made me dig into my stash of supplies! The 365 Cards Day 227 Challenge is to make an Artist Trading Card (ATC) with a school theme. I’ve had the ruler stamp for years, and with its distressed look it begged to be stamped with Distress inks and spattered with a bit of water. The stickers again have been in my stash for years as well! I need to do more with all of the stickers I own! Great challenge! Thanks for visiting.
- Poinsettia image – Penny Black Stickaroos “Christmas Everywhere”
- Patterned paper – Teresa Collins “Christmas Cottage”
- Decorative tape – Teresa Collins “Christmas Cottage”
- Twine – The Cat’s Pajamas “Divine Twine: Peppermint”
- Cardstock – Bazzill
I used a classic design for this card: Sketch 56 at Freshly Made Sketches. The focal point is a lovely sticker by Penny Black. The colors are just on the edge of traditional–a little brighter than the standards. Thanks for stopping by.
- Stamps – Flourishes “Calendar Set 1”
- Border punch – EK Success “Dotted Scallop”
- Die cuts made from Spellbinders Nestabilities “Labels Seventeen”
- Ribbon – Creative Expressions
- Cardstock – Bazzill
- Copic markers and Prismacolor pencils
This is just a simple floral card. I colored the stamped image with Copic markers and then went back in with Prismacolors to add some additional shading and highlights. Then I just layered it up and that was about it! Thanks for the visit!
- Stamps – pumpkins and foliage from Hampton Art Stamps/Graphic 45, “Happy Haunting 2” set
- Sentiment stamp – Hero Arts “Year Round Sentiments”
- Patterned paper – We R Memory Keepers “Black Widow” 6 X 6″ pad
- Cardstock – Bazzill and Jennie Bowlen
- Distress Markers – Ranger
I used Sketch #212 from Clean & Simple Stamping for this birthday card. It has a real Autumnal feeling to it. I combined three stamps from the Hampton Art set, masking one pumpkin behind the other. I colored them with Distress Markers and spritzed them, then went in with a water brush to do more watercoloring. Thanks for stopping by.