I shared a video on utube recently showing the supplies I purchased with a gift certificate my daughter gave me for Christmas. Here is that video. I have to tell you I am loving the Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive. Why have I been wasting my time with a tape runner? Glue is the way to go in a lot of instances and I just needed a good glue and this is it!
This week I used some of the supplies to create a few cards. Here is the link to that video.
I created two cards. This first card is a baby card and I used one of the images from the Penney Black Stamp “Happy Times” there are lots of cute images in this stamp set so I am looking forward to using them again and coloring the images. Here is a picture of that card.
The next card I made I used the stamp from Studio Katia. It is a large panel of flowers. I stamped it out and colored it with copic markers. Does your auto correct change copic to topic. How annoying! I wanted to make a sympathy card and I realized I have very few sympathy card sentiments.
I cut around the panel of flowers and adhered some brown card stock underneath to bring more interest to the card itself. I used the only stamp I had “Heartfelt Sympathy” and that completes card number 2. I am entering this card into the SSS Wednesday Challenge.
I made a video showing how I created this birthday card from the September 2017 card kit from Simon Says Stamp. I am entering this card in the following card challenges.
SSS Wednesday Challenge
Here is the link to the video.
I also made some other cards using this kit. Below are the photos.
For this card I used the rainbow stamp and stamped it so it formed a circle. I colored it using sharpies. I found the fine stamped image easiest to color with fine tip points. I used copic markers to color the card above and it was challenging to stay in the lines! I stamped the candles, sentiments and other images with memento die ink. I used a versa mark ink pad and stamped over the double rainbow image and applied clear embossing powder several times to make the image have some dimension and shine. I cut out that circle and then used to die circles to create the yellow frame around the rainbow. I finished off the card with some sequins.
The next card I made was inspired by a video I saw from Kristina Werner. I used glossy accents on the heart rainbow image which is directly stamped on my panel.
The last card was the inspiration for the card I made the video on. It has just a slightly different version of the above card.
Today I am entering a new card into the SSS Monday Challenge – Make it a Rainbow.
Here is my card: