The cloud background was created using Salty Ocean Distress Oxides ink and LF’s cloud stencil. The background was created using all my scraps left from making cards.
Thank you so much for stopping in to see what’s on the blog today. I’ll be back next Thursday with more cards from another collection out of the April Flavor of the Month kit. I am using a different collection each week, I hope you will join me then for some more inspiration.
Kim here from Cardmaking Blonde sharing with you more cards I was able to make from March’s Flavor of the Month card kit. Today I am showing off the cards from the Bloom Wildly collection. I am going by the name of the paper pad collection because that is what I’m using even though I used stamps from the other collections in the kit as well. I had to jump onto scrappingforless.com and order more of this paper because I had such a hard time choosing which side to use because I love it all!
Another collection OBLITERATED! It was so much fun and I may have a bit of a hard time parting with these cards. It’s okay though I have more paper pads coming and I will be able to make more. As always I so appreciate you coming to read the blog. Please take care of each other and get your craft on!
Kim from Cardmaking Blonde joining you, I hope today finds you well. Playing with March’s Flavor of the Month Card kit has been so much fun! The ingredients that I received in the Farmhouse Floral collection have been OBLITERATED! The only thing left is the stamp.
Here is what I came up with…
You may notice that I also used the banana split ingredients. My kit had the leaf vine die which I used to cut out of vellum and then colored that vellum with Copic Marker to go with the paper I used. Also used some sequins and enamel dots. The tag above is actually an entire card (didn’t occur to me until right now to take a pic of it opened so you could see it better).
If I could I would turn this paper into bed sheets I think it is so beautiful, I just don’t get tired of looking at it! Thank you for taking the time to visit the blog today. I hope you are getting to craft, read or something that makes you happy. Also try to get outside for a bit as well if you can.
Kim here with Cardmaking Blonde and I am sharing a little sneak peek with you before the card kit goes live Saturday at midnight. If you are already subscribed…get excited…I think you are going to LOVE this kit! If you are not yet excited I will include the link right here so you don’t miss out.
Stamped the image in Lawn Fawn pigment ink (2x), stamped the sentiment in VersaFine Black Onyx ink.
This week is full of sneak peeks so have a look before you go and don’t forget to come back this weekend to hop along with us! Thank you so much for stopping in today. Please take care of each of other, wash your hands, and keep on crafting!
Kim here from Cardmaking Blonde with some further inspiration created using February’s card kit. I am in love with the papers, the ephemera and I CANNOT STOP EMBOSSING THESE IMAGES! I had to literally make myself get up from my desk and stop making cards because it was time to get dinner started. Several hours had gone by and I was so busy creating I didn’t realize how much time had passed. So here they are I hope you enjoy them and I hope you grab yours before they are gone!
This gal is just stunning, whether inked, embossed or colored this stamp set is incredibly versatile. The paper is beautiful and feminine and she looks stunning in gold!
Shaker cards are fun and the paper in this collection takes the cupcake! I wanted to show off the paper and could not bear to cover it up and I thought creating a shaker card with this scalloped frame would be a great way to do that. Using Nuvo drops I added a little sparkle and interest to the wood icon cupcake, teapot and cup of tea. Filled the shaker with sequins of colors that are in the paper.
Thank you so much for taking a little time today to come see what we are up to over here at SFL. We are having so much fun with this kit over here on the blog, if you haven’t seen it already take a peek at past blog posts for even more inspiration. My fellow design teammates are incredibly talented!
Kim here from Cardmaking Blonde sharing some items from Sunny Studio Stamps’ new release. This card relies heavily on the Spring Sunburst paper pad as that is the main background. The sunburst is just so happy!