Hello with Paper Smooches

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

I was able to get some watercolor card stock that Kay uses as her backgrounds are always so beautiful. I decided to start easy and I just took one color of distress ink and blended it onto the entire card panel but concentrating the color heavier up top and then fading down. 

I've been wanting to use this fun image from Paper Smooches and have tried to color it a couple of times without any real success. So I decided that I would just stamp it in black. I added just a touch of a cool gray Copic marker to add a bit of shadow to help ground the vase.

As always, your visit is truly appreciated. I hope you have an amazing day! Today is my last day of work for the week -- yeah for a super long Thanksgiving weekend. I'll be back here in a couple of days with a Thanksgiving card.

Supplies not linked:  Master's Touch watercolor card stock -- from Hobby Lobby

O Holy Night

Sunday, November 22, 2015

It's time for another anything goes challenge at Christmas Card Challenges. I decided to ink up a gorgeous set from Paper Smooches. I first did some ink blending masking off the top from the bottom portion so I could create the sky and then the ground.

I still had my masking tape on the ground portion when I flicked my water droplets onto the sky section and unfortunately, the water must have seeped under my masking paper so I'm not super thrilled with that but I wasn't going to redo the whole thing.

I appreciate your visit. I hope you are having a great weekend.

Let's Party

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Welcome friends. I'm so glad you stopped by today. I have a fun and festive card that was super easy to make as well -- Bonus!

I started out by die cutting the text block die from PTI. I used Stick it to make it super easy to adhere to the gold glittery card stock.  And that's all there is to it. 

Supplies not linked:  American Crafts glitter card stock

Thinking of You Dear Friend

Monday, November 16, 2015

Today's card features the gorgeous Garden Flourish background stamp from MFT. I used my MISTI to ink up just portions of it at a time. In total, I used 3 different ink colors. 

I also did something I haven't done in ages -- make a side folding card. :)

Thanks so much for stopping by today friends and for all your nice comments about my new blog look.

Supplies not linked:  Glitter card stock from American Crafts

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