This card is really quite simplistic. I need to build up my stash of Graduation cards so I thought this was the perfect sentiment. It uses one of my favorite new tools: Hearts & Stars Decorative Mask. Just a little red ink, versamark and black embossing powder and some mini brads and voila! You have a card!
Here's your Mashup Challenge:
- Create a project using the "Sketch".
- Create a project using the "Delft Tile Technique". Tutorial here
- or Mash it Up! and create a project using the "Sketch & Delft Tile Technique".
I accidentally made my diagonals go the wrong way but it seems fitting with the elements on the card :)
I love a manly birthday card! I tried to think outside the box for this one and used one of the stamps from the Very Merry Tags set (on the carryover list until August 27th!). I used my stampin' write marker to only color in the image and not the words. I have a lot of hunters in my family so this works perfect for them! The sentiment is from Playful Pennants. A little woodgrain embossing on the back ties it all together. Colors used are Basic Gray, Basic Black, Whisper White and Rich Razzleberry.
One of the sweet ladies in my stamp club lost her mother-in-law a week ago. This card is going to her. It uses three different patterns of paper from the Moonlight DSP stack. I used a square to frame the window framelit cut out. I love how that looks. Stamp set is Love & Sympathy.
This is a fun card for a tween. I love the bright colors ( from Fab Friday). This uses the new set Age Awareness. Inside it says "Thanks Facebook!". Perfect for many of the kids I know who love social media.
Finally a sweet thank you that went together very quickly. Again, I used the Moonlight DSP stack, Smoky Slate Chevron Ribbon, and the Itty Bitty Accents flower punch with rhinestones. The sentiment comes from Lots of Thanks.
Thanks for taking a look! Hope you've been inspired to do some crafting of your own! Pin It Now!