I die cut the pattern paper panel with a scallop stitched rectangle die from Gina Marie Designs. I stamped the sweet little fairy out with Gina K Designs Amalgam ink and colored her in with my Copic Markers. I hand fussy cut her out and popped her up on the card with adhesive foam squares. Her wings and dress have a touch of sparkle to them with a clear glitter sparkle marker.
I started by stamping the large image twice onto a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock using a waterproof ink. I scribbled on some color using my Zig Clean Color markers and sprayed the panel with water to let the colors spread.
Once that was dry, I heat embossed by sentiment onto black card stock and popped that up with some foam tape in the center of my card. I added some shimmer to the flowers and called this one done.
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Hello! Crystal here with a fall themed baby card… actually, I had so much fun making the first card, I decided to make two cards to share with you! Let’s get to it!
My first card has layers using the Lawn Fawn Knit Picky Fall paper pack on a dark brown card base. I stamped the sweet bunnies from the Brutus/Monroe Bunny Kisses stamp set on a piece of white card stock and then stamped them again on a post-it note. I masked the bunnies with the fussy cut post-it note and then blended Scattered Straw, Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade, and Vintage Photo distress inks. I took the mask off and colored the bunnies using the following Copic markers ~ E30, E31, E35, E53, E55, E57, YR24, R20. I die cut the piece using the large cross stitch rectangle die that I mat on the same dark brown card stock. I stamped the sentiment using VersaMark watermark ink and then heat embossed a fine white embossing powder. I popped up the panel usingfoam squaresand called this one done!
I used similar items for my second card. I stamped the bunnies again on white card stock and used the same mask to protect the image while I blended Wild Honey, Mustard Seed, and Scattered Straw distress ink. I then removed the mask and this time I used Copic markers to color my ground for the bunnies. I used E53, E55, and E57 with a touch of 0 around the edges to softened it up. I die cut the piece using a wonky stitched square die and then mat it on dark brown card stock. I then popped up the piece on a kraft card base. I did debate coloring the bunnies… but I really like how they are the focal point on the card here. The white pops! And because I had so much white popping on the card, I also decided to keep the sentiment white so I stamped it in VersaMark watermark ink and heat embossed a fine white embossing powder. To finish the card I wrapped some natural twine around the card a few times and made a little bow. There you have my two Fall themed baby cards.
You can get this sweet Brutus Monroe Bunny Kisses set here.
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My name is Crystal. I’m a wife and SAHM to our four children whom I homeschool. Card making and paper crafts are my sanity and passion. [VISIT MY BLOG]
Happy weekend crafters. I am here with a design team project today and we are going to be creating a VERY simple scene which means no masking and no ink blending.
I started by stamping my images from the Brutus and Friends stamp set being sure not to overlap. Next, I drew in some straight line in the background to create my fence.
I colored all of my images as well as the fence, and the grassy area with my Copic markers, being sure to create shadows for each image. This will give you card some dimension even though it is only one layer.
I stamped my sentiment and called this one done. Thanks for stopping by guys and have a creative day!
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Hello, my name is Katie and I am Katie Sr. from the blog 2CraftyKaties. I am married to my best friend and we have two amazing kids and two adorable fur babies. I have been crafting for many years, starting with rubber stamps, moving to crafting, and then on to 3D paper crafts and coloring. [VISIT MY BLOG]
I used the Brutus Monroe Monster Party Stamp Set and colored the images with my Copic Markers on Neenah 80# Classic Crest Solar White cardstock. I then used my Brother Scan N Cut electronic cutting machine to scan my colored images and cut them out with a thin border. I then took a piece of Neenah 110# Classic Crest Solar White cardstock and die cut it out with my MFT A2 Stitched Rectangle Stax Dienamics with the largest die in the set. The MFT Stitched Basic Edges Dienamics made the bottom curved edge just that much more interesting of an element on the card. I used adhesive foam to pop up a couple of the images for dimension. Gluing on some sequins with Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive finished the card. The Rainbow Strip paper is from Sunny Studio, SFL has the Striped Silly paper in stock.
If you like this card and/or want to pick up the stamp click on the image of the stamp set and it’ll take you straight to the item on the SFL website.
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