Thursday, April 27, 2017

Farewell From Camping Friends

One of my coworkers is leaving the team for a better job. It is a new territory for him. I made this card for him and had everybody on the team to sign on the card. I tried to make the card not too girly. Only after finishing the card, I realized there is not enough room for 20 people to sign. I ended up adding a blank page to the back of the card. It was a huge design flaw, but luckily it turned out well.





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'm submitting this card to the following challenges.
 
Supplies used in this card:
  • MFT Warm & Fuzzy Friends stamp set (MFT)
  • MFT Inside and out stitched oval die-namics (MFT)

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Box Card With Spring Inspirations

Today I'm sharing my first spring card of the year and also my first box card using Lawn Fawn's scalloped box card die. I colored all the images using Copic markers.




I'm submitting this card to the following challenges.
 
Supplies used in this card:
  • Lawn Fawn scalloped box card pop-up die (LF)
  • Purple Onions Chloe/Peep/Tucker (POD)
  • Purple Onions Blooms/Garden Trees (POD)
  • Purple Onions a beautiful day sentiment set (POD)
  • Lawn Fawn meadow borders die (LF)

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Easter Treasure Hunt

Every year on Easter I like to design a little egg hunt game for my boys. No exception this year. This year I felt they are old enough to learn how to read a treasure map. To make the paper looks aged, I teared off all edges and applied distress ink old paper + vintage photo. I hid eggs all over the house. There are 10 eggs that have a symbol in it and they are hidden in locations depicted on the map. Whoever finds all 5 unique symbol can get a mystery bag of goodies! My kids got crazy about this game.


I'm submitting this card to the following challenges.
 
Supplies used in this card:
  • Lawn Fawn mermaid for you stamp set (LF)

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Under the Sea

I'm obsessed with water secene lately. In this card, I wanted to create a dimensional background that shows the depth of the ocean. At the same time, I also wanted to create a shaker card. So I decided to combine them. However, the card got too thick after turning into shaker card, I felt it would be weird to make each layer thicker.
 
For the background, I first die cuts 3 cardstocks with different oval sizes. I stacked all four cardstocks (including the bottom most layer) together, and ink blended them with distress inks so that the color transition in all cardstocks are consistent. I spritzed some water at the end and wiped them out to create water effect.

 
 

I'm submitting this card to the following challenges.

Supplies used in this card:
  • MFT Soak up the fun stamp set (MFT)
  • MFT Inside and out stitched oval die-namics (MFT)

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Texture Copics Coloring

This weekend I was up for trying out some Copics color techniques. I was inspired by Marker Geek's tutorial on how to draw texture animals and was motivated to give it a shot. So here iswhat I've got. As for the background, I tried to generate ombre effect with pigment ink. Although it is a very common technique, I have never used it in my cards before!
 



I'm submitting this card to the following challenges.

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Layer It Up
Supplies used in this card:
  • Stampingbella Harry the stuffie gets happy mail (SB)
  • Mama Elephant sentimental borders stamp set (ME)
  • MFT inside and out stitched circle die-namics (MFT)
  • MFT basic stitch lines die-namics (MFT)