Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Classy Card

Hello everyone !!! CAS card with a touch of color, got the inspiration from the Craft magazine.
Started with 6 x 6 card , added a layer of black card (53/4 x 53/4) . On top of it added  another layer of white card and patterned paper. Heat embossed with the Hero-arts stamp and die-cut the Oval shapes . Added the ribbon and my favorite flower from Heartfelt Arianna Bloom.

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Chic Classy Card

Here is another CAS card with pretty bow from Creative Expression by Sue Wilson.....

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Friday, 5 September 2014

Drawing ink/ Mixed Media Card

As I was browsing for alcohol inks I found Tim Holtz video on how to create various background. Since I didn't have alcohol ink I tried it with waterproof drawing ink.

I used drawing ink and blending ink on glossy card to create these backgrounds.

For the green card....first layer the Memorybox texture shine stencil , apply the the blending ink.On top of it use the drawing ink to get that stenciled look.
Once it dried I stamped the images with Archival Ink.

Punched the butterflies with Martha Stewart Punch.

For the pink card I used Heroarts Script stamp.

I wanted to have a see through butterfly so I stamped and embossed on a OHP (acetate) sheet with Sizzix stamp and die set.

With Jewelry wire I made the word "Cherish".

Teachers Day Gift

Notepads are easy to decorate and great for gifting.  I'll start with the one I made for the teachers.

My notepad size is 3 x 5 inches .The red card measures 5 1/8 x 7 3/8 , score at 3 1/8 , 3 1/2 3 7/8.
I used spellbinders circle and scalloped circle for the center. The apples were cut with Cricut Machine (Plantin School book cartridge).Add a bow,few rhinestones and a pen.....VOILA gift is ready!!!

I also made a coordinating Key Chain mini-post-it notepad...... I personalized the keychain with the alphabet stamp.

Atlast I made these Post-it-Notepads for my crafter this I used Martha Stewart Butterfly punch and also added lots of glitter to it.To keep the notepad closed I added a brad.