Friday, November 21, 2014

Butterfly miss you card.

Hi crafty friends. Its Shan here to share with you a card I created using a beautiful Butterfly stamp from the Australian Nature Stamp set and a Miss You sentiment from the Fancy Circles stamp set from Inspired by Stamping 

To make this card, I started by stamping the butterfly stamp onto a sheet of acetate with stazon black ink. Once the ink was completely dry, I cut out the butterfly then completely covered the entire butterfly in glossy accents and added diamond dust glitter and tapped off the excess glitter.  While that was drying, I started on my card.  

For the card, I started with a card base of 5" x 4.25". I layered on my papers using a sketch for inspiration. After all my papers where glued down, I stamped the "Miss You" sentiment stamp in the bottom right corner. I crocheted a little pink doily and adhered it to the center of the card then added some flower and flat back pearl trim to the top of the card. To complete the card, I added a pearl stamen that I had colored black with a copic marker, added  that to the back of the butterfly then adhered it to the center of the doily.  
Well that is all for me for today. I hope you all have a beautiful weekend.  


Sunday, November 16, 2014

Inspired By Stamping Christmas Card

Good morning everyone. I hope you all are having a beautiful weekend. 
Today I want to share with you all a card I made using one of the sentiments from the holiday sentiments stamp set by Inpsired By Stamping.

To create this card, I started with a base of 5.5" by 5.5" and followed a sketch that I found on Pinterest. After layering all my papers, I stamped the beautiful holiday sentiment stamp onto a white banner with memento ink. I just love this stamp set. to finish off the card, I added a few white flat back crystals to the card.

Well that is all for me for today. Thank you for stopping by and I hope you all have a blessed Sunday. 

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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Quick Creations GDT Kiki Latte

Good morning everyone. 
I hope you all are having a beautiful week so far. Today I have some exciting news to share with you all. I was asked to be a guest designer for Quick Creations! I am so excited to be able to work along side the owner (Noelle) and all her super talented designers for a couple of months. 
Here is what I created .....

I just love how this card turned out. Noelle sent me Kiki Latte to work with this month. Isnt she adorable? To Create this card, I started with a white card base 5.5" x 5.5". I layered on a few beautiful papers from Bo Bunny Isabella collections, added a beautiful pink ribbon across the center, adhered a couple of pink recollection bling swirls, and added a couple of Martha Stewart butterflies to the ribbon. I cut out a little doily and circle from the same paper collection and glued those together. 
For kiki latte, I stamped her onto white card stock and colored her in with copic markers. The shoes, outfit, and bow are all paper pieced. I know it isnt showing up well on the photo but her top, shoes, and hair band all have a little bit of shimmer which was added with wink of stella. After she was all paper pieced and colored in, I fussy cut her out and added her to the center of the doily. To finish off the card, I added an adorable little flat back flower to her hairband, and a few IAR flowers. 

Thank you for stopping by. I hope you all run over and check out her store.
Hope you all have a wonderful day!

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Inspired by Stamping Poinsettia Christmas card

Hi crafty friends. 
I am here today to quickly share with you a card I created using the beautiful Poinsettia Stamp set and sentiment  (Elegant Christmas Sentiment stamp set) from Inspired by stamping.  I have learned the hard way that mailing bulky cards doesn't work out too well as well as they cost a fortune when mailing out multiple cards. So this year I have decided to mail out flatter Christmas Cards. 

I really love how this turned out and will be alot easier having to make 30 of them. 
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you all have a wonderful day. 

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