Hello everyone!! I’m here with So Suzy Stamps and boy can I tell you, this months release is amazing. I love all of the new stamps that’s being released today.
My favorite is the Tulip Background Stamp!! I had the privilege to see this stamp back in January while at CHA. I couldn’t wait to get this stamp in my hand.
Take a look at my card:
What do you think of this stamp now that you’ve seen it in action? It’s so delicate and dainty!!
Here is how I created this card:
I stamped my image using a Misti and Versamark ink for full coverage.
Then I added Hero Arts White embossing powder to the stamped image.
After that, I heat set the embossing powder. Making sure the embossing powered melted so that you don’t smudge the embossing powder on the card.
I created a watercolor panel using Prima Confection Watercolor.
Then I used my heat gun and heat set the watercolor panel.
After that I added the watercolor panel to the card front using Stampin’ Up! Dimensionals.
I took a piece of vellum, stamped So Suzy Stamp Your Amazing Stamp Set and add it to the card front.
I used the two gumdrops to hid the glue.
What do you think? Please let me know below. I had so much fun creating this card.
I’m entering this card into Darnell’s NBUS #6 Challenge.
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Hello everyone!! It’s CASology Tuesday!! We are back with another Cue Card just for you!!
This week’s cue card is:
I was wondering what do I do with this cue card. When I think of distress, I think of ink and blending. How can I make a CAS card with different inks blending together? Nothing was coming to me that would be simple and WOW at the same time.
Then I remember I received a Tombow Mono Correction Tape and saw a super fun technique using this non-crafty tool.
Check out my card:
Do you see my distress banner? LOL!! I created that with correction tape!!
I used the Mini Misti to stamp the flower image from Lawn Fawn Happy Easter Stamp Set.
Then I used the Tombow Mono Correction Tape Retro to create a distress box that my sentiment will go.
Once the correction tape was down, I used my finger to pick up some of the tape on the edges, so that it looks distress.
I used the Mini Misti and My Favorite Things Hybrid Ink to stamp the sentiment on the correction tape.
After that I, I used a Copic Mulitliner to draw a line around the distressed box.
To finish the card off, I used Tombow Irojiten Colored Pencils Dictionary, Rainforest Pale Tones to color my tulips.
Very non-conventional, but I love it!! I hope you give this method a try!!
What do you think? I can’t wait to see what you come up with!
For more inspiration, check out my fellow Design Team members blog for more awesome work.
Our Guest Designer this week:
Our Sponsor this week is Lawn Fawn.
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Hello everyone!! I’m here today on So Suzy Stamps blog for my very first blog post as a design team member. I’m really excited about this post because I tried a new technique for this card.
We have a blog challenge going on and the theme is Anything goes!
You don’t want to miss out on this challenge. The design team has created some awesome inspiration piece to inspire you.
Let’s take a look at my card:
I told you, you were going to be inspired. Aren’t those tulips the cutest things you’ve seen all day!!!
Take a closer look:
How pretty are those flowers? Do you want to know how I created this watercolor look?
Check out So Suzy Stamp blog for all of the details. Your going to love this!
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