- Patterned papers – Doodlebug Designs “DragonTales” Collection
- Stamp – Paper Smooches “Huge Hugs 2”
- Candy Buttons – Basic Grey “Capture”
- Cardstock – Bazzill and Paper Accents
This was a fun card to make. A cardmaking friend has a relative with kids who need some cheering up, so this is a card I’ve made for the cause. I love these dragons. I’ve had the sentiment stamp and the little epoxy stickers for years!
Shopping Our Stash #354 “For the Kids”
- Stamps – Lawn Fawn “Elphie Selfie” and “Wild for You” sets
- Dies – Lawn Fawn “Elphie Selfie” set
- Patterned papers – My Mind’s Eye “Happy Day”
- Cardstock – Bazzill Bling
- Distress ink – Stormy Sky (for edging)
I created this card for a challenge a small group of cardmaking friends had recently to “put a bird on it.” You know, when in doubt, put a bird on it. So it was fun to put this together and color the animals and their accessories with Copic markers and stack them. I’m trying to use up some of my patterned paper in my stash (not so successfully because there is a lot of it, but its all so pretty!). I liked this simple card sketch from Sketch Saturday challenge blog, and it was a perfect design for this card. Thanks for stopping by.
Challenge: Sketch Saturday Challenge #497
- Stamps – from Hero Arts “OWH Missing You” set
- Die – Hero Arts Frame cuts “Stylish Stars Fancy Dies”
- Patterned papers – BoBunny “Key Lime Collection” 6 X 6″ paper pad
- Cardstock – Bazzill
Here is a kid’s card for Operation Write Home, starring Mr. Squirrel! I used a Hero Arts star die cut as a backdrop for him. The patterned papers I used for the star and the chevron background are from BoBunny. I colored Mr. Squirrel, also from Hero Arts, with Copic markers. I popped the elements up slightly with thin dimensional adhesive. I was inspired by Sketch #194 at Freshly Made Sketches for this card design. Thanks for visiting.
- Stamps – Simon Says Stamp – “Happy & Smile” set and “Baby Party Animals” set
- Stencil – Simon Says Stamp – “Grid”
- Ranger Distress Inks: Barn Door, Spiced Marmalade, Mustard Seed, Crushed Pistachio, Mermaid Lagoon, and Seedless Preserves
- Cardstock – Neenah
For the background, I applied each of the Distress Inks, one at a time, with a foam applicator through the grid stencil. I used a linear application to give it a rainbow look. I colored the animals with Copic markers. I created this card for the Simon Says Stamp Flickr Challenge #22, which is to create a card using the colors of the rainbow. Thanks for visiting today.
- Stamps – Hero Arts “OWH Missing You”
- Die – Spellbinders Nestabilities “Labels One”
- Border punch – Stampin’ Up “Scallop Edge”
- Patterned paper – Heidi Grace “Sunshowers”
- Cardstock – Bazzill
- White Signo Uni-Ball pen
This card just made me happyto make, with happy colors and a funny bird. Hopefully it will cheer the recipient up. It will go in my final Operation Write Home shipment and hopefully a service member will mail this home to a child who needs a smile. I also made this for Challenge #64 at Addicted to CAS, where the challenge is to make a clean and simple card with an animal. I used some patterned paper and colored the bird with Copic markers. I liked keeping the “white space” on the right hand side with the sentiment. I pulled the whole design together with the hand-drawn “stitching.” I’m coloring for at least 10 minutes everyday for The Daily Marker 30 Day Coloring Challenge, which is a fun addition to any day! Thanks for visiting.
- Patterned papers – Doodlebug Designs “Hip Hip Horray: Party Animals” (both sides)
- Stamp -Hero Arts “Year Round Sentiments”
- Dies – Memory Box “Round Buttons”
- Cardstock – Bazzill
- Baker’s Twine – Doodlebug Designs
I made this card for the February Mid-month Challenge over at Operation Write Home Stars & Stamps. The challenge is to make cards for kids, which is my absolute favorite type of card to make for OWH! This is a simple, colorful card featuring the Doodlebug paper with lots of kid-friendly characters. I was also inspired by the current sketch at Freshly Made Sketches: #175. I like the simplicity of the sketch since the paper is so visually dominant. Thanks for visiting today.
- Stamp – Hero Arts Operation Write Home set “Li’l Hoot”
- Dies – Technique Tuesday “Say it – Hello” and Spellbinders Nestabilities ‘Standard Circles Large”
- Patterned papers – My Mind’s Eye “Up & Away” collection
- Cardstock – Paper Accents and BoBunny
This was a fun card to make. I used the current sketch at Operation Write Home Stars and Stamps: OWH Sketch #230. I colored the bears with watercolor pencils and blended with a water brush. I liked using the bright colors with this sketch to make a card that would be good for a kid of any age! Thanks for visiting.