Surprise! Surprise! I'm back again! I know this breaks from my normal wait a month before posting...just trying to keep you on your toes! LOL! I have a few more cards to share! Unfortunately, I had to make a sympathy card and a card for a friend who recently broke her foot. So, trying to stay on top of things, I thought I'd share them with you!
This first card I made for my DIL who recently lost her mother. I used Altenew's Garden Treasure stamps. I made the striped background as well as the gray strip in my Silhouette Cameo program. I stamped the blooms in shades of gray (however, I think one of the stamps must have had a touch of pink ink on it still, because the blooms have just a touch of pink in them...weird!) Stamped the leaves in green and fussy cut all images. The sentiment is also from Clearly Besotted. Grey striped panel is popped off the card base with craft foam.
Stamp used for this card is from Penny Black. I used a small strip of black strip that I made and printed. After stamping and coloring with Copics, I fussy cut the edge of the bloom so that they would hang off the edge. Popped the panel with craft foam and put some pink card stock on the right side. Sentiment is also from Clearly Besotted. I added a few drops of Nuvo morning dew to finish it off.
Always in need of restocking my birthday cards, I made this card following a video from Jennifer McGuire. Super easy to make. I used craft card stock. I stamped the white background with white ink with a stamp from Impressions Obsession. The candles were created in the Silhouette program and cut out with the Cameo as was the sentiment inside the card. I added a touch of sparkle with a clear wink of stella brush to the flames and I added glossy accents to the candles on the front of the card. Sentiment on the front of the card is from PTI. The circles on the front are the circles I cut from inside the card.
It's difficult to photograph the inside of this card...this was the best shot I could get.
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