This birthday card was created using Altenew Prettiest Pomander and Altenew Versatile Vases. I colored both with copics. I not only cut card stock for the vase, but added a piece of vellum to accentuate the glass effect (which is not visible in the picture). I randomly brushed the first layer with distress oxide ink, in order to not have a stark white layer. The second layer, which is Stampin’ Up Sweet Sugarplum, was run through the Big Shot with the SU Tufted Dynamic embossing folder. The sentiment on the front is also from the Versatile Vases stamp set.
This birthday card was created using Stampin’ Up By The Bay, which I colored with Copic markers. The sentiment was cut using Stampin’ Up Well Written Framelits.
I created this sympathy card using Stampin’ Up Bright Wishes, which I colored with copic markers. I used Stampin’ Up Stitched Rectangles to create the two layers.
Tried something different today. Purchased a set of four tiles from Michaels. I used Stazon ink to stamp it with the Iris from Technique Tuesday. I then colored it with a mixture of Chameleon and Copic pens. Next, I used the corresponding die to cut a piece of masking tape, which was used so I could “brush pounce” with distress oxide ink. After completing the set of four, I brushed each tile with Mod Podge Hard Coat. I will decide after the curing period of 4 weeks if I will use a spray sealant.
Honey Bee Stamps Zen Bouquet stamped with versamark and then heat embossed with black embossing powder. Once cooled, I colored the image with copic markers. I adhered a layer of vellum on top before adding the ribbon.
My Valentine card for family/friends this year. Used the Mandala stamp from Taylored Expressions, which was colored with copic markers. Sentiment, which was heat embossed, is from Hero Arts.
Inside of card. Sentiment found online. Wine glasses, from Stampin’ Up Half Full, were heat embossed with pewter embossing powder and colored with gel pens