An experimental play with some embossing powder, masking fluid and Distress inks to create some much-needed thank you cards. Click below to watch the experiment and see how I created the cards and backgrounds.
I needed a small thank you card to send out in the post, so using my new Rainy Day Fairy Digi Download set decided to put together an easy mixed media card to pop in the post.
Rainy Day Fairy Digi Download can be found by clicking the image below:0
After such a long period of dreary and dismal weather, I thought it was time to inject a little vibrant spring colour into my life. So I decided to make some thank you cards for April using my new “Spring Blooms” stencil and some zesty citrus coloured acrylic paints.
You can watch how I created the cards from start to finish by clicking on the YouTube link image below.
Spring Bloom & Lotus Stencils can be found by clicking below.
Today I have another quick card share project. This is a 6×6 card I created using IndigoBlu stamps and a little cluster of metal embellishments on a small burlap panel. It’s my Dad’s birthday in a couple of weeks so I thought I could use this as his card.
The stamp sets I have used are:
It’s surprising what effects you can come up with by teaming up stamp sets that don’t really go together, like the angel wings and “the Bloke” as he has become to be referred to!
The inks I used were Vintage Photo Distress Ink for the blueprint background. Jet Black Archival Ink for “The Bloke” and Watering Can Archival Ink for the angel wings.