Happy Valentine's Day!
Welcome to Karma today! I hope you're having a wonderful Valentine's Day, and even if you aren't in a relationship and expecting a real treat today, treat yourself! You deserve it! I made some 3 x3 cards. I love how easy and quick these are and great to tuck into a special gift or tie onto a bag. Let me tell you abou them!
The first two photos are of the whole group. I used some new tools that I wasn't familiar with, and some new stamps, and some new punches!
this web look was created by laying a stencil on the paper and then spraying it with a pink dye ink. the stencils come in all sorts of patterns! the heart was made with the Epihany punch system that lets you adhere the clear cover onto your stamped or paper piece and punch it out. There are silver shapes that allow you to add them to jewelry as well. I made a necklace! the banner on the other card was made with a little banner punch, stapled with Tim Holtz tiny attacher ( I love that tool) and then the little pancake flipper just fits the stamp perfectly!
don't you love the little people on this card? I do.. so easy to attach them, added a stamped sentiment. The other card has a layer with a punched heart, background paper behind that and then layered on the background piece. Added some twine, bling, and how cute!
The heart was punched with a Nestiblities Die but not put into the die all the way so it was still able to remain together at the top. Added the ruffled die cut behind it, stamped, and added a light spray of a product. I forget what it was called, but something like spun sugar glaze.
These hearts were cut from an EK punch. The punch punches out in one swoop, a solid heart, a ring, and a larger ring. Or you can set the dial to cut out only the piece you like. I cut the hearts out of several colors, made a border, stamped and embossed the Happy Valentine's Day sentiment.
Two colors of pink washi tape, a cute phone stamp, and Call me cutie, with some bling hearts and this will be a cute little card to send to one of my daughters that love that current hit-Call Me Maybe! Or the one who just talks on the phone all the time... at any rate, I love how these turned out, and all products were from Archiever's. My friend and I spent a morning recently there doing the Little Itty Bitty Card workshop. We made these cards and one more, but don't have my quilling on it yet.. Her and I had a blast making our projects and then enjoying lunch at the Cheesecake Factory! thanks for stopping by today!
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