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Gin O'Clock Lime Card

15/08/2019 11:50

  1. Add the green patterned paper from the paper pad to the card base.

  2. Stamp the lemons at the top left and bottom left of the card base

  3. Use yellow glitter drops to colour in the stamped images

  4. Emboss some card using the clock embossing folder.

  5. Fussy cut out a clock and colour with yellow distress inks.

  6. Die-cut the postage stamp rectangle from white card so it will fit the large sentiment on to it.

  7. Using Versamark ink stamp the large sentiment on to the die cut white card.

  8. Pour gold embossing powder over the stamped sentiment and heat with a heat gun.

  9. Attach the large sentiment to the centre of the card base.

  10. Using foam pads attach the clock to the bottom of the sentiment.

  11. Use some yellow copic markers to colour in the stamped lemons and brush over with a wink of stella pen.

  12. Add a yellow peel off down the right-hand side of the card.

 
 
 

 

 

Reeda is a relatively new crafter, from South Yorkshire in the UK. See all of Reeda's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Stamping By Reeda Sardar

I Am Beautiful Mermaid Card

13/08/2019 11:50

  1. Cut the waves patterned paper out and attach to the card base.

  2. Stamp two shells at the top left and right of the card base.

  3. Colour the shells with orange copic pens using a large tag attach the mermaid paper on to it, cover the whole tag.

  4. Attach twine to the tag and tie in a bow add a pink pearl to the punched out hole at the top of the tag.

  5. Using the floral heart die cut attach to the top of the tag.

  6. Stick the “I am Beautiful” die-cut underneath the heart with foam pads.

  7. Fussy cut a mermaid out from the paper pad and attach it to the front of the heart with foam pads.

  8. Add pink pearls to the background of the card and on to the die cut sentiment to finish.

 
 
 
Imagine That Girl 6x6 Paper Pack
ITG146023
   
   

 

 

Reeda is a relatively new crafter, from South Yorkshire in the UK. See all of Reeda's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Diecuts Reeda Sardar By Reeda Sardar

  1. To make this card you will need a card base that measures 8” x 6” scored at 4”

  2. White layering piece that measures 3.3/4” x 5.3/4”

  3. I used my water brush to splatter the different colour inks all over the white layer. I then used the same colours as the splatter to create a water colour background.

  4. I cut my balloons out using the watercolour background I had created and stuck them over the splatter.

  5. So simple and easy to make but very effective.

 
Hot Air Balloons Dies
SDD361
   
   

 

 

Danielle is a seasoned paper crafter from South Yorkshire, UK. See all of Danielle's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Diecuts Danielle Rose By Danielle Rose

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