Anne has created some lovely tags to match some cards that she made previously. She combined the cards and tags in the end to create a fabulous stationary set. Her tags would make a beautiful addition to any gift. By choosing different coloured background paper, but using the same stamp, and some glitter pens, you can create a beautiful co-ordinated set in a very short space of time:
Brenda has created two beautiful projects for our post this time. Her first card uses Pan Pastels to create a beautiful soft background, masking the sun, before applying the pastels. She used Distress Ink and a stencil to stencil in some sun rays. She stamped a tree from the Spinney stamp set in Black Archival Ink, and used two of the small stamps in the set to add leaves and blossom, using Distress Inks. Finally, she repeat stamped one of the sentiments from the Words of Inspiration stamp set.
Butterfly Flourish Swirls stamp set with Versafine Onyx Black ink and heat embossed with clear detail powder. She then coloured the butterflies with Brushos Lilac and Yellow. Next she stamped a sentiment from the Pretty Poppies stamp set along the bottom of the piece, and using a fine line pen and a ruler, drew a box around to frame the stamping. She then matted and layered onto co-ordinating cardstock.
Claire has created a super quick five minute card, using Dylusion sprays to create her background, and added a gold embossed peacock as her focal point.
Dominike has made some beautiful vibrant backgrounds for her cards using Brushos. These are just perfect for creating quick cards, and every background is different. Whether you choose to use an image, or a sentiment as your focal point, as Dominike has done in her final example, you can create stunning cards.
I have created three Christmas card ideas for you, because it is never too early to start getting your Christmas cards started! I have used embossing on all three cards, and Brushos, selecting some of our Big Bold Background stamps, which make creating cards so quick and easy.
Magda has created a very pretty card using a gelli plate background and our newest clear heart stamp. She has added some glitter detail to the flowers.
Zoe. She has used her gelli plate to create the first two shaped cards.
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