First I stamped the rainbow from the set with black ink and colored it in with Copic markers. I die cut it with the coordinating die. I also used the die set to cut out some clouds from white glitter cardstock.
I cut out a frame from some scrap white cardstock and glued some acetate to it to make a shaker window. I added doubled up foam tape around the back of the frame and filled up the shaker with clear glitter and micro pearls. I closed up the shaker with some light gray cardstock.
I glued my shaker to an A2 size card base. I then glued the rainbow and clouds on the shake. I stamped a sentiment on white cardstock with black ink and popped it up on the card.
To finish up the card I went over the sentiment with a glitter brush.
Hey everyone. It’s Dana with you today. I’m sooo super excited to share my card with you. I go straight out crazy when I see cute babies. They always put a smile on my face. I’m that Mom who keeps saying to her daughter, “SOOOOO when you are going to give me a grand baby to play with?” 😂 I know terrible pressure by hey I’m getting older by the day. 😉 The Bundle Of Joy stamps and coordinating dies are PERFECT for welcoming in a new little one to the world. For my card today I used the adorable little onesie that comes in this stamp set to create a background. I colored the onesies with my Copic markers in the following colors: R21, R22, Y21, Y32, BG11, BG13, YR12, YR14, G21, G40, BV000, BV01 and W00 and W01 for the shading around the onesies. After all the coloring was completed, I randomly stamped one of the sentiments between the white areas of this background piece.
I used the Stitched Rectangle dies to trim down this piece and also a teal background piece. I adhered these two panel together and placed them on a white card base. All that was left was a sentiment. I stamped out the congrats sentiment from this stamp set onto black card stock and heat embossed it with white embossing powder.
Lastly I trimmed down the sentiment piece and popped it up with foam tape to the center of my card. Adding just a little faux stitching on the sentiment strip helped to mirror the stitching on the other panels.
This stamp set is so versatile. You can make a background with the stamps or totally use each one on their own. Let me know in the comments how you will use this set. Thanks for stopping by today.
I am mixing it all up today on this card. I love being able to use more than just one set when creating a card. Really gets your creativity juices going.
I die cut the fun new Flower Cover die set on some of the Something Whimsy paper pad. Adhered that to my card base and then stamped and colored these sweet images. I also die cut this Extra Large Bow from the same paper pad. I assembled it together (which is very easy to do) and then added my die cut images to the top of it. Finishing up with the stamped sentiment that I did a simple cut around the edges and adhered to the card base above the pretty bow.
Hi everyone! It’s Jeannie (InsideoutJeans) on the blog today with Pink and Main’s focusing on one of the new release items along with an older one. I hope you’ve been enjoying all the new items and the designs by the team. I have a new project to share with you today using the new release!
I’m always a fan of the cover dies from Pink and Main and this one is no different. The Flower Cover die is really pretty so I want the focus there with a simple card design.
I chose a few alcohol inks and created a three colored card panel. Although I couldn’t predict how the colors worked together, this turned out really pretty. Since these colors really pop, I cut white cardstock using the Flower Cover die to place right on top and it really lets you focus on this die cut.
For the sentiment, I really needed something to stand out against this cover die. I decided to use the Celebrate stamps and the coordinating dies for this. I cut the shadow on vellum and the words in black cardstock. I also heat embossed the sentiment on black cardstock using white embossing powder.
To finish off this card, I decided to use the Rose Gold Glossy Dots for the centers of each of the flowers. I love how subtle this turned out to be and it really finished off the card.
Thanks for stopping by! Come back again soon for some more inspiration and ideas!