Howdy, friends! Today’s card is sweet and serene because I am just feeling like I need a little sweet & serene in my life right now. When it rains, it pours, right!? Sigh! How cute is this little bunny from the new Waffle Flower Crafts Riverside stamp set? I started this card with a 3.5 x 5″ card base, and diecut the white panel using the rounded rectangle in the Surface – Tag Die Starter Kit. Next, I trimmed the “path” (which is really the coordinating die for the river image) from patterned paper using the Riverside die set. I masked the bunny and added the grass, as well as some hearts – the pink ones were embellished with pink glitter. I also colored the bunny with Copics. Voila! Enjoy and have a great day!!
Today’s a very special blog hop – my sweet & talented friend Paulina is celebrating a new release of some fabulous new dies over in her Pretty Pink Posh shop! Both cards today are made using her Stitched Film Strip die.
I combined the diecuts on each card with stamps and other goodies (mostly) from the Studio Calico Penny Arcade Project Life kit. For the card above, I layered the diecuts in a rainbow pattern, adding the stamped SC sentiment and some of Pretty Pink Posh’s Sparkling Clear Sequins in different sizes – these are the best, I swear! I used them again on my next card:
Here is a list of everyone on today’s hop! There are 2 $25 gift certificates up for grabs, and winners will be picked randomly along the blog hop. (Comments must be left by 11:59 PM PDT on 8/10/2014. Winners will be announced on the PPP blog.) Thanks very much for stopping by today~have fun!
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Suzanne <- that’s me!
Hi everyone! I am here today with some cards using Waffle Flower’s new release! Today I am featuring cards made with the Starry Night stamp set. There are some really fun sentiments in this stamp set, and I decided to use the “Make a Wish!” stamp to create this fun rainbow-themed birthday card. This one measures about 3.75 x 5″ inches in size, and the background was stamped with the circular image from the same set:
The words were really easy to line up and the glitter strip really seemed like a fun addition to this card.
My next card is a little more subdued in pastel blue and yellow, with touches of gray/silver. I stamped the sentiment on a white panel which was decorated with some washi tapes and silver twine, along with some star-shaped sequins:
The card base was stamped with several star images from this set in a the coordinating blue ink color, but you could probably get the same effect using Versamark.
Guess what?! I have a $10 store credit to give away to one lucky duck! Just leave a comment here by 5pm EST Sunday to be eligible to win!