- Stamps – Newton’s Nook “Raccoon Rascals”
- Embossing folder- Darice “Birch Tree”
- Die – Just Rite Custom Dies “Vintage Labels Two”
- Button – Prima Wood Buttons
- Patterned paper – Ella & Viv Paper Company “Oxidation”
- Core’dinations cardstock
- Bazzill cardstock
- Copic markers
I am behind in posting here. I made this card some time ago. I created the background by using an embossing folder and then sanding the paper to make the embossed tree trunk images stand out. I colored the stamped raccoons with Copic markers. I stamped the sentiment, that came from the same stamp set as the raccoons, and die-cut it. I’ve had the button in my stash for years, and I thought it fit this card very well. It was really fun putting this card together. Thanks for visiting.
Sunny Day Crafting – Challenge #26 – Any Animal on a Project
- Stamps –
- Lawn Fawn “Critter Concert” and “Forest Feast”
- Hero Arts “Father’s Day Message”
- Dies – Lawn Fawn “Critter Concert,” “Forest Feast” and “Scalloped Rectangle Stackables”
- Cardstock – Bazzill
- Copic Markers
I love mixing and matching elements from different Lawn Fawn sets! I love the new musical critter set, and it was fun to place them on the big stump from the “Forest Feast” set in my stash. I colored each of the stamped and die-cut images with Copic markers. I made this card for my husband, and we are enjoying the company of our one son who just returned home for the summer from his first year of college. Thanks for visiting today!
Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #30 – Cards for Guys
2 Crafty Critter Crazies – Challenge #15
- Napkin – Hoffmaster “Sweet Sunflowers”
- Stamp – Indigo Blu “Bunnies Dinkie”
- Copper embossing powder
- Sequins – 28 Lilac Lane
- Cardstock – Neenah
I participated in a swap that had a “sunshine” theme recently with a group of online friends (some of whom I’ve actually met!). We trade these baseball card-sized Artist’s Trading Cards (ATCs) with each other from time to time. This time around the theme was “Here Comes the Sun.”
I made my cards using a pretty cocktail napkin as a base, adhering it to cardstock with gel medium which makes a nice texture.
I heat embossed the stamped sentiment onto vellum, cut it out and added it to the cards strategically so I didn’t cover the flowers completely. I’ve had this stamp for quite a while and have always liked the sentiment on it. Finally I arranged sequins from my stash around for a little visual interest. You can get a closer look at one here.
Thanks for stopping by.
Shopping Our Stash #358 – Summer Color Palette
Crafty Gal’s Corner – Challenge #167 ~ Summer Colours
- Stamp – Avery Elle “Loads of Wishes”
- Patterned papers – Graphic 45 “Birdsong” collection (8 X 8″ paper pad)
- Die – Spellbinders “Lacey Circles”
- Sequins – Doodlebug Designs
- Cardstock – Bazzill
I created this card for a friend’s birthday recently. Since she has a springtime birthday and was born in Japan, I thought cherry blossoms were very fitting. These papers from Graphic 45 are so pretty. I didn’t follow a specific sketch for this, although I’m sure there is one out there like it! I have not been good at posting lately (Sorry, Mom!), but I’ll try to catch up and post more!
Thanks for visiting!