Back again with another card to share with you. Today’s card features an encouragement card that came together quickly with the help of a stencil and a few basic supplies.
I created the background for this card with the Leaves stencil from Pretty Pink Posh. I have been on a bit of a stencil kick lately, and, when I saw that stencil, I knew I had to make a card with it. Such a fun one.
I stenciled the pattern right onto the card directly with Distress Oxide Ink pads and a makeup brush from Daiso. I love how bold the Distress Oxide Inks are and how well they blend together.
To keep the card from being really boring with just an inked background, I added a few dots with white Nuvo Drops. It’s such a simple and easy way to add some visual interest.
The sentiment is from Pretty Pink Posh as well. It came from the Encouraging Greetings stamp set. So many lovely phrases in it that are perfect for sending something to encourage a friend or loved one… or pick up their spirits.
Alright. That is all I have for you today. I’ll be back again real soon with another card to share with you.
By the way, looking for more cards from me? Don’t miss the interactive monster card I shared over the blog for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L this week. It features a lot of fun details and elements that are easy to recreate on cards you make.
Here’s a little peek at the card.
Hope you will check it out!
See you again soon, friends!
I’m up today on the blog for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, sharing a fun way make to an interactive Peek-a-Boo card.
Here’s a little sneak peek of the card.
The magic is right there in that circle. Using one of the foam products (hint) from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, I’m got a super easy way for you to make that open and slide.
Check out their blog for the quick tutorial… and the answer to what product I used to pull off this super easy, super fun technique.
Another day. Another stamped card. Let me show you what I got!
I had a “billy” good time making this guy! Ha. I kill me. 😉
Sooooo. I created this guy with the Billy Silly Goats stamp set from Ink Blot Shop (also available on Simon Says Stamp!).
This card? Yeah, it’s a pretty straight forward card when it comes to card. I stamped the little scene and words with the set right onto the white panel. I then colored everything in with good old markers.
Then I stamped the goat on more time on cardstock. I cut him out with my scissors and then the magic happened. What’s that, you ask? Well, my friends, I adhered him to the card with an Action Wobbler! If you haven’t seen the wobblers in the flesh, know this: they are pretty much the best thing ever. You can adhere them to an image (or die-cut), place them on your card and then your image (or die-cut) wobblers. Think of it as something kinda like a bobblehead… in card form. It’s awesome.
Alrighty! That’s it for now. Be back later. Thank you for stopping by yet again.