Hello everyone!! I’m excited to be here with you today to sharing an amazing project created for the Right At Home April Release Blog Hop!! This is the design team fourth blog hop and we are delight to full you with inspiration.
This month all four of the stamp sets are perfect!! I used Right at Home Stamps Birdhouse and the Color In Sentiments stamp sets for this release.
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Take a look at card 1:
I used my Canon ScanNCut to cut out the stamped images. Once they were cut out I colored them with the Tombow Recycled Colored Pencil.
The card base is Neenah Desert Storm card stock and the card panel is Simon Says Stamp Woodgrain cardstock.
I adhered the pieces to the card panel after stamping the sentiment with Versafine Onyx Ink.
I added RAH Marigold Flower Sequins, Daffodil Flower and Hydrangea Flower Sequins to the card front to finish it off.
What do you think?
Take a look at card 2:
For this card, I used the Right at Home Stamps Color In Sentiments stamp.
The card panel was cut using Simon Says Stamp Postage Stamp Edge Frame Dies.
I stamped the sentiment on the white card panel using My Favorite Things Hybrid Ink.
I used the Tombow Recycled Colored Pencils to color the image in.
I added Your Next Stamp Give Thanks for Sparkly Gumdrops above and below the sentiment.
Nice and easy.
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Hello everyone! Yes, yes, more water-coloring for me. I love it.
I’m here today with CASology and their Cue Card is Wood!
Yes, wood. I was wondering how can I use my favorite technique (WATERCOLOR) and wood. Then a light bulb when off and I knew what I wanted to do.
Take a look at what I came up with:
Yayyy, I was able to combine my water-coloring with woodgrain!! I love it.
1. I used Simon Says Stamp woodgrain cardstock.
2. I stamped Papertrey Ink Splat hello stamp with Distress Inks.
3. I used my paint brush to smear the circles, so that they have a spilling look from one side of the circle.
4. I added some sequins and WALA, I was done.
So tell me what you think. I would love to know.
Thank you for stopping by!
I’m so excited about today’s class because we learned how to do some creative coloring. I love coloring because it is so easy to do and it reminds me of my childhood. Back then we were not worried about perfection and was happy with what our finally project looked like even if we went outside the lines!!!
The card that I made is sooooo cute!!! Kristin Werner taught us how to do simple Copic coloring. I’ve grown to love Copic coloring but have been afraid to use them. I’m not sure why, they won’t bit. Sorry I digress, back to today’s card.
Take a look for yourself:
Doesn’t this card make you want to smile and keep smiling. Anyone who gets this card will have a brighter day. I will definitely will use my Copic markers to create more cards like this. The colors I used for my card are RV66,BV17, YR16, BG49 and YR23.
Please leave a comment letting me know what you think of my Copic Colored “Smile”!
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