You Are So Spectacular!

Hey Pink & Main fans!!

I hope you are having a fabulous Wednesday!

Stacey here to share a thank you card that use some dies and stamps from Pink & Main.

My daughter loves anything, especially critters, with glasses on so I thought it would be fun to make her a card with this sweet little owl from the Owl Nerds stamp set. I stamped the owl onto some white cardstock and colored her in with my Copic markers. I used the coordinating Owl Nerds dies, cut her out and added glossy accents to her lenses. I sat her to the side to let her dry and then worked on the rest of the card. I used the largest die in the Stitched Rounded Rectangles set to cut out my polka dot paper and the Stitched Circle Dies for my blue and white circles. I popped up the white circle with some foam tape. For my greeting, I masked off part of the stamp from the Wild About You stamp set to get the “you are so”. The “spectacular” came from the Owl Nerds stamp set. I also popped up my greeting with foam tape. Once my Owl was dry, I glued her to the white circle and added a little green bow to finish off my card.

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I hope you have a great crafty day!
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Unicorns

Hello Crafty Friends!!

DT Mitsy here! Stopping in to share with you all these adorable cards I made using Pink and Main’s Magical Unicorns stamp set.

Magical Unicorns

I also used these awesome Pink and Main sets…

Somebunny

Squeakheart

I used the Magical Unicorns stamp set to create all three cards!!

First, I stamped my images onto white cardstock using Momento Tuxedo Black Ink. Then, I colored them in with a combination of Faber-Castell and Prismacolor color pencils. I used Odorless Mineral Spirits and Blending Stumps to blend out the color.

For this card I used The “Sending” from the Somebunny set to and added it to the “lots f love for you” from the Squeakheart set to make customize my own sentiment.

These unicorn are so much fun!! I can’t get enough of them.  But I could be a little biased since I am such a huge UNICORN fan!!

But this set right here… made 3 different cards…

A birthday card, an everyday card, and a love card!!

Hope you enjoyed them all!!

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Tons of Love!

Good Morning!

I am making a bunch of Valentines for friends and family! I just love making them.  I have one that is fairly quick to make today.

Design Steps:

  1. Use an A2 Vanilla card base and cut a slightly smaller piece of Rose Red card stock and glue to the front (SU paper)
  2. Cut a 5 x 3 3/4 piece of Basic Grey and run through embossing folder for the background (Cuttlebug Hugs and Kisses) then glue to Rose Red card stock
  3. Cut out hearts using dies or Cricut attach to bottom
  4. Use your love die cut (Pink and Main) on Vanilla and glue to front as shown
  5. Add silver sequins

I hope you liked this quick and easy Valentine

Have a Blessed Day!

Pam

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Magical Watercolor Unicorn card

Hi Everyone! DT Kimberly here today to share a card featuring the Magical Unicorns stamp set and coordinating dies.

I started by watercoloring a panel die cut with the Stitched Rounded Rectangle Die (largest one) with some soft distress ink colors. Then stamped the small heart and star from the set with the same colors. I stamped the clouds from the set several times and die cut them.  Then I stamped and watercolored the unicorn with distress inks but kept it a little bolder. Next, I stamped the sentiment in black several times using my mini misti since the watercolor paper is textured. I finished the card with some iridescent sequins and wink of stella clear glitter pen.

Thank so much for stopping by!

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Have a wonderful day!

Kimberly

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