I created this card using the Sue Wilson Stained Glass Collection – Sailboat die. I used the die three times on white cardstock, which I glued together for dimension. I cut it a fourth time, but kept the pieces intact by carefully taping the back after the cut, I colored the taped version using markers and glued the dimensional cuts on top. Once I had the pieces together, I covered the entire thing with glossy accents to give it the glass effect. After this was completely dry, I adhered it to a piece of marbled cardstock.
A card front I made for later use. I brushed the cardstock with distress oxide inks to create an ocean scene. The foam from the waves was created by using texture paste. The boats are from Stampin’ Up Lilypad Lake and the birds were from Stampin’ Up High Tide.
Father’s Day card using Stampin’ Up High Tide. Chairs are from Stampin’ Up Seasonal Layers thinlits dies. Sentiments are from Stampin’ Up Crazy About You. Covered layer with High Tide with vellum and then added the sandy layer with the chairs on top.
Birthday card using Stampin’ Up birthday thinlets. Background sponged using distress oxide inks. Sailboat from Stampendous.
“Just Because” card using Cricut leaves die. Wood look cardstock is from ms. sparkle & co. Cardstock was sponged with Tim Holtz distress oxide inks prior to cutting. Top leaf was cut from gold cardstock
Birthday card using Stampin’ Up High Tide and From Land To Sea, along with Stampendous Sailboat. Ribbon with sentiment made using Brother P-touch Embellish. Background done using watercolors on Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor cardstock.
The sailboat card used Stampendous sailboat stamp & die set.
Been a birthday card creation day today. The hunter and son card used Stampin Up Lovely As A Tree, Gina Marie Designs Fir Tree and Deer.
I am making far too many sympathy cards right now, but I guess that is what happens as we age. This one used #Impression_Obsession Pine Tree stamps and #Stampscapes Leafy Branch stamp. I cannot remember who made the bird die.
Thank you card for our pastors using Impression Obsession’s Wispy Grass stamp