I’m entering this card in the Caffeinated Christmas Card Challenge and Freshly Made Sketches #518 Challenge. I think entering challenges helps stretch my creativity. Do you enter challenges? I hope so!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you stay warm and healthy!
This Halloween card features the adorable witch from the Cocktail Witch stamp set. I colored her earlier in the month as part of #thedailymarker30day coloring challenge. I colored with Copic markers and a little bit of Prismacolor colored pencils. I used the coordinating dies to cut out my witch.
For my background, I wanted to use the newly released Cat Eye Stencil. To start, I ink blended Black Soot and Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxides onto Hammermill 110# white card stock to create a night sky. I used a circle mask to create the moon. Next, I splattered Confetti White Perfect Pearls to add some stars. Then, using a sponge dauber on my stencil, I used versamark embossing ink. I decided to use clear embossing powder to add shine. Lastly, I used Distress Oxide inks in Squeezed Lemonade, Mustard Seed and a bit of Carved Pumpkin to color the moon. I love how this background turned out!
To finish the card, I added the sentiment and embossed with silver sparkle embossing powder. I thought the silver looked good with the splattered stars.
Halloween cards are so fun to create. I hope my card inspires you to create some spooky cards!
I had so much fun creating this card for the Coffee Loving Cardmaker’s Fall/Winter blog hop!
I started by stamping this adorable image from Stamplorations recent release with Momento Tuxedo Black ink. Then, I used my Copic markers to color it. I really enjoyed creating my mocha swirl inside the cup! Since I don’t have dies, I needed to fussy cut my colored image. My background was created by die cutting a tan piece of cardstock with Lawn Fawn’s Quilted Backdrop and adhered that to my card base. I added foam tape to the back of my cup image to give my card some dimension. Lastly, I added sparkly washi tape to add some more detail to my card.
I think I am ready for Peppermint Mocha season! How about you?
It’s time to start thinking about how we can honor the Mother’s in our lives. My mom loved roses and she would have loved the projects I made with this new stamp set from Divinity Designs.
I was fortunate to be a guest designer for Divinity Designs this month. I really fell in love with this new set – My World Stamp/Die Duo. It has the perfect sentiments for creating Mother’s Day projects.
Here are a couple of cards I created using this new stamp and die set.
I also thought it would be fun to create a Mother’s Day themed Timeless Tote.
I decided to use glitter paste and the new Rose Mixed Media Stencil on the front pocket to add some sparkle and texture.
This pocket is the perfect size to hold a gift card! Inside the tote I placed a small pack of tissues and a small hand sanitizer. We can’t have too much of that these days!