- Rubbernecker - Poppy Field
- Papertrey Ink - Botanical Silhouettes - Sentiment
- Lawn Fawn - Puffy Cloud Border Dies
- Distress Inks - Fired Brick, Mustard Seed
- Canson Watercolor 140 lb. Cold Press Paper
Sunday, November 12, 2017
Okay, last of the submissions for this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. To create this one, I stamped the yellow ink on the stamp and then the red; once dry I stamped the waterproof black. Then I stamped the sentiment. I cut the panel and then cut another one 1/8" larger in black and layered them. I cut the brown kraft cardstock to fit an A2 card but used the border die and layered it on a black card base. Thank you for reading, and the materials used are listed below.
This is a 4x4" card I'm entering into the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. To create this card I cut an 8-1/2x11" piece of cardstock down to 8" wide and then 4" wide. I color blended some distress ink in greens and yellows. Next I stamped a verrrrry old dragonfly stamp in the green and used a white Signo pen to add white dots around the stamping. I stamped the thank you stamp in versamark and embossed with white detailed embossing powder. When it was finished, it looked a little harsh, so I cut a vellum panel to lay over it, and that completes it. Thank you for reading this and the materials used are listed below.
- Gina K - Thank You Border
- Dragonfly Stamp - I just can't remember where i got this one from
- Inks - Memento Die inks in greens and yellows
- White cardstock
- White Signo Pen
One more thank you out of a few I made for the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. I had a lot of fun creating this card. I stamped some cream colored cardstock with the leaves in green with first and second generational stamping. Next I used some a cross-stitched set of rectangle dies- embossing the smaller one and cutting the larger finished panel with the largest rectangle. I then cut the word 'thank you' out of the cream colored cardstock and then three more times in green. Once finished I stacked the word together and glued them with some Ranger Multi-Media Matt. I placed it in the upper center position and adhered that as well. For a finishing touch I dropped some liquid Ranger Enamel Accents. They're just as easy I find as the Nuvo Drops to use. That's it! Thank you for reading and the materials used are listed below.
- Altenew Thank You Die
- Altenew Floral Shadows for the greenery
- Lawn Fawn - Cross-Stitched Rectangle Stackables Dies
- Alenew Ink Frayed Leaf
- Ranger Liquid Enamel Accents
- Cream Colored Cardstock - I can't remember the brand, though
I'm entering this card for the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. For this cardI stamped the medium-sized feather in the set in various colors of regular distress ink. I used the ink mixed with water to add some watery goodness (-: I then stamped the smaller sized stamp to fill up the white space. Next up I used the little circles to fill out the white area as well. To finish it off, I added some little dots in deeper orange and once all was dry, I stamped the sentiment and die cut the panel using a slanted rectangle. Thank you for reading this and the materials used are listed below.
- Papertrey Ink - Feather Finery
- Papertrey Ink - Botanical Silhouettes Stamp Set
- My Favorite Things - Slanted Strips
- Distress Ink - Peacock Feathers, Picked Raspberries, Spiced Marmalade, Shaded Lilac
- Canson 140 lb. Cold Pressed Watercolor Paper
This is one of a few cards I am entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge. This card was super easy. I used a stencil and dropped some Brusho crystals over it. I then sprayed water over this and activated the watercolor powder. I removed the stencil quickly so the water wouldn't seep under it and set it aside to dry. Once dry, I stamped the sentiment and adhered it to a gray card base. Thanks for reading this, and the materials used are listed below.
- Brusho Crystals
- We Are Memory Keepers Birch Stencil
- Mama Elephant - Wishing You - "simply isn't enough"
- Simon Says Stamp - Handwritten Borders "thank you"
- My Favorite Things - Slanted Strips