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Abstract Heart Birthday Card




Supplies: Die-namics Abstract Heart by My Favorite Things,Inline Alpha Die Set by Altenew, ABT Dual Brushpen (Nr. 195) by Tombow

Birthday On A Cruise Ship




Supplies: Dotted Borders Elle-ments by Avery Elle, Tim Holz Distress Ink Pads by Ranger, Die-namics Cloud 9 and Die-namics Sunny Skies by My Favorite Things, Ship by Miss Kate Cuttables

Soccer Birthday Card

This is definitely not my go-to color scheme but I wanted to incorporate the signature colors of someone's favorite soccer team (Borussia Dortmung) into this card and had to step out of my comfort zone ;) I think it turned out fine! 




Supplies: Watercolor Stripes Stencil by Altenew, Tim Holz Distress Ink Pads by Ranger

Birthday Card: In Bloom

I just love creating floral arrangements like this one on my cards.  Here I started off by smooshing several distress inks onto a piece of watercolor paper. I first combined red, yellow and orange tones for the flowers and then greens and yellows for the leaves. Once everything was dry I stamped the flowers and leaves, fussy cut and arranged them on my card. I die cut the word happy out of the same watercolor paper for a cohesive look.





Supplies: In Bloom by Create A Smile Stamps, Inline Alpha Die Set by Altenew, Tim Holz Distress Ink Pads by Ranger


I'm linking this card up to Stempelküche's current challenge. Wish me luck!

                                  

Happy 2018!

And here are the die cut stars I talked about in my last post. I'm so in love with the colors. 
 


I wish everyone a Happy New Year! May all your dreams come true in 2018!


Supplies: Die-namics Stitched Star STAX by My Favorite Things, Tim Holz Distress Ink Pads by Ranger, Happy Days by Create A Smile Stamps

Christmas Cards 2017 #17

I had a very different design on my mind when I started creating this card. I smooshed distress inks onto some watercolor paper and  die cut stars out of it so that I could use the positive pieces on my card. But when I looked at the negative piece I thought "Wait a minute! This looks beautiful!" and I immediately changed my design. I'm so glad that I did because I absolutely LOVE the bright and happy colors against the black card stock. I will certainly use the diecut stars as well because they're super pretty but for now I'll leave you with this:


This card wraps up my "Christmas Cards 2017" series and as much as I love winter themed holiday cards, I'm very much looking forward to creating fun birthday cards and floral designs again. See you next time, Christmas :)



Supplies: Tim Holz Distress Ink Pads by Ranger, Die-namics Stitched Star STAX by My Favorite Things, Home for the holidays by Lawn Fawn,Kuretake Zig Wink Of Stella Brush