New home card was created using Stampin’ Up Pop On By. Background was brushed using Ranger Distress Oxide inks and stamped with Stampin’ Up Lovely as a Tree. The house and fence were stamped and colored with markers. I cut the windows out and put a piece of acetate with the colored curtains behind it.
EDITED 03/04/2019 Well, the more I looked at this card, the more I disliked it. So I cut out another house, and cut out the windows. I redrew my bricks making them smaller, more in line with the size of the windows and door. This time I colored them with colored pencils. I glued this version to the original version. I am much happier with this one.
Birthday card for a 80+ year old friend of ours. The cardinals and the branch are from The Ton “Cardinal Friends,” which I colored with colored pencils. The background was brushed on using Distress Oxide inks and it was stamped with Stampin’ Up “Lovely as a Tree” Sentiment is from Gina K Designs.
An encouragement card, which I brushed the background using Tim Holtz distress oxide inks. I then stamped Stampin’ Up Lovely As A Tree. The sentiment is from Stampin’ Up Colorful Seasons and the table and chairs are part of Stampin’ Up Charming Cafe, which I fussy cut out before coloring, then adhering with dimensionals.
Sat here today and mass produced my seven Easter cards. I brushed (using e.l.f. total face brushes) the background using Tim Holtz distress oxide inks. I then stamped it with the stamp from Stampin’ Up Lovely as a Tree. Once all of that was dry, I sealed the inks with Tim Holtz distress micro glaze. The crosses were cut with Stampin’ Up Cross of Hope framelits. I colored white ribbon with a copic marker to get the purple ribbon. The sentiment is from Stampin’ Up Hold on to Hope stamp set.