Thinking of you card. Large daisy is from Stampin’ Up Daisy punch. Small daisies made using Docrafts Large Palm Punch Daisy. Center of daisies are made from pompoms. Stem/leaves cut is from My Favorite Things Flourish die. Butterflies from EK Tools Layering Paper Punch, Butterfly. Background layer made by brushing distress oxide inks on black card stock using stencil and multiple colors.
When a loved one is an artist, you hope their birthday card is worthy. This one was made using Stampin’ Up Painter’s Palette, with sentiment from Stampin’ Up Birthday Blossoms. The art canvas was sponged with Distressed Oxide inks before stamping the sentiment and flowers. Background paper is Blanc Boutique from The Paper Studio.
Birthday card for my brother-in-law using Hero Arts Enjoy The Journey.
Get well card using the Stampin’ Up Wetlands. Cattails die by Spellbinders. Background sponged using Ranger Distress Oxide inks
Card for a friend of mine who is having a myriad of health issues. She is currently in a nursing home, so trying to raise her spirits. Taped the edges of the card stock to give the impression of a frame. Then I brushed Ranger Distress Oxide inks on the watercolor card stock and spritzed it with water. After it dried, I stamped it with Stampin’ Up Lovely as a Tree. Outside sentiment is from Gina Marie Stamps. Inside sentiments from Stampin’ Up Beautiful You (Life may not be the party we had hoped for, but while we’re here we might as well dance, and Wishing you brighter days to come).
Birthday card for a dear friend of mine, who I met over 40 years ago in a locally owned craft store. We have remained good friends over the years, even though we no longer live in the same area. 🙂
Card made using Stampin’ Up Happy Birthday thinlets and Stampin Up Daisy Delight punch. I slid my Tim Holtz distress oxide inks Worn Lipstick and Broken China across white card stock and then spritzed with water. Once dried, I cut using the Happy Birthday thinlets. I then slid Worn Lipstick ink across another piece of white card stock and spritzed with water. Once this dried, I cut three flowers with the punch to make the flower.
Anniversary card for my husband using Stampin’ Up Number of Years. I stamped card with a dandelion and heat embossed it with gold embossing powder. I then sponged the background using Distress Oxide inks on watercolor card stock. Sprayed with water and dried with heat tool.