Friday, 29 July 2016

Silver and white card with amethyst vellum flowers

Hello my blogging family and friends. I hope you are well.

Today's card is a beauty a silver mirror and white card with a touch of colour from the vellum flowers.

The base of the card was made using American Crafts white cardstock, then I added a piece of silver mirror card as the bottom mat, on top of which  I placed another white mat.

I cut a piece of white card stock and I used the Sue Wilson Regal Striplet and cut it out three times. I backed this piece with some silver mirror card.

For the centre panel I used the Spellbinders Majestic Labels Twenty-five, cutting out each layer and backing them with silver mirror card. I layered the middle on the top of the card, adding the outer frame with foam tape to raise it for a little dimension. I drew around the oval middle die and fussy cut it out, which I did with the silver mirror card as well.

I used an Elizabeth Crafts Design Happy Birthday die as the sentiment in the middle of the oval panel.

I made the flowers from Vellum using the Sue Wilson Orange stamps and dies, heat embossing the flowers in white and coloured the back with a dauber and Grape Jelly memento ink. I added pearls to their centres and a few Rhinestones elsewhere on the card.

The main ingredients that I used to make this card:

Thanks for stopping by to read today's post. I hope the rest of your day goes well.

Thursday, 28 July 2016

Teal and White Happy Birthday Card

Hi there. How's it going wit you? It looks like all my schedules blog posts have all caught up and I am amazed to say I still have a few cards yet to show you.

Here's the next in line, a birthday card:

I used American Crafts white card stock for my base with a Light Teal coloured card stock for the main matted layer also from American Crafts. I then cut a smaller white mat and embossed it with the Sue Wilson A4 Beaded Fanfare embossing folder.

On the far left I used the Joanna Sheen Signature Louisa Lace border Die, I cut it out using the Teal coloured cardstock and also in sliver mirror card and then cut the flowers out of the silver and adhered them to the teal die cut underneath. I then added the lace to the left side of the card.

I used the Sue Wilson Wellington die cutting it firstly from white card stock and then I backed it with  the teal coloured card stock.
I used the centre dies in the set to cut a white inner piece backing it with silver mirror card.

The flowers were made using the Sue Wilson Orange stamps heat embossing them with white embossing powder on Vellum and cutting them out with the matching Sue Wilson dies. I coloured the flowers on their backs using a dauber and the Memento Teal Zeal ink. Then added pearls to their centres.

I created the  sentiment using the Creative Expressions Elegant Sentiment clear stamps inking the stamp with the Memento Teal Zeal ink pad.

I cut out the sentiment with the same Wellington centre die, inking the edges with the Memento Teal Zeal ink pad.

Here are the main ingredients used to make this card:

Thanks for stopping by today to take a look at today's post.

Wednesday, 27 July 2016

A Pretty Poinsettia and Striplet card

Hello, how are you doing?

Today's card is another Christmas Card - really simple to make and very pretty. I made a few all in different colours too!

Here is the red version:

I used American Crafts white card stock for the base of my card, then used the mixed colour pack for the backgrounds and poinsettia.

I cut a mat in white using a Sue Wilson Rectangle Double Pierced die for the front of the card which I then cut using the Lattice Heart Striplet die on the left side of the mat and backed with the coloured card.

I made the Poinsettia flower using the same coloured card as used previously, the Sue Wilson stamp which I heat embossed using clear powder and cut out with the matching Sue Wilson classic poinsettia die, I manipulated the leaves with my fingers to add a little shape and dimension, then added a pearl at the centre of the flower.

I cut out the flourish with a Cheery Lynn die in white and added that before sticking the Poinsettia flower onto the top of the card.

I finally added the sentiment using an Elizabeth Crafts Design die.

Here are a few more cards that I made in the same design but in different colours!

Here are the main ingredients that I used to make my card:

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed looking at this Christmas card.
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