I started by die cutting a rectangle section with a postage edge frame die, that included the sentiment.
Did you know: Bulletproof vests, fire escapes, windshield wipers, and laser printers were all invented by women.
Good Morning crafty peeps - I have a quick card made using Washi tape to share today. One day I will look at my stash of Washi Tape and say what am I going to do with all these rolls. For now, I am going to enjoy crafting with them.
These are new to my crafty desk, like I need any more tape, however as with any crafty supply I could not resist.
I cut a panel of cardstock and added the typestyle washi tape, I ran the panel through my Big Shot with a script embossing folder.
The type washi came with some floral frame stickers so I created a panel with one of the rectangle stickers. I added some foam tape to the small panel to pop it up.
I added a sentiment strip, popped up the large panel then finished the card with some Nuvo drops.
I have another card made using the Bokeh effect, I think it is stunning, thank you again, Crystal, for the technique class we did a few weeks ago, I love this.
Good Morning and Merry Monday - I have a simple card, made with some Alexander Renke washi tape I picked up at a used craft sale. I love these fun little Nutcrackers.
I started with a kraft panel then cut one slightly smaller for my washi tape background, I paired the Nutcracker tape with a thin gold pattern.
I cut a square from the same kraft cardstock and another in white that I covered with washi tape. I have both panels popped up with foam tape.
I stamped and layered the sentiment and added foam tape.
Supplies: White and kraft cardstock, Alexander Renke - Washi tape, Cornish Heritage - Vintage Christmas Expressions.
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But has it...? it still feels a little cool out there for my liking, I think my garden has adapted though. Last week I said to heck with it, everything goes out. Forecasters say we will get a blistering summer. We will see what plants fall into the zone of survival of the fittest.
My card is very simple and is the same style as the Easter card from earlier this week.
I used small stitched rectangles and squares to die-cut the background panels, the sentiment panel was part of a paper pad and I added some foam tape to the back. I finished with some gems and a clay heart.
Creativity takes courage - I agree with that. It is also wonderful and fun. I wanted to play with ink blending and this fun doodle-like stamp so I heat embossed the image onto some cardstock and then blended it with some Distress inks.
I heat embossed various sentiments in white on black cardstock, then popped them up with foam tape. I added foam tape to the entire panel.
Supplies: White cardstock, Stampers Anonymous - Tiny Text, Wild Whisper Designs - Fanciful Bloom
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At the last retreat I attended, I challenged myself to make my way through a 6x6 designer paper pad, this is one of the cards I created from my Honey Bee Birthday Bash paper pad.
The layout is pretty simple to put together, I have a black cardstock panel as the base, I then cut two pieces of patterned paper, and using some adhesive I added them to the black panel leaving a small border across the center and around the edges.
I took part of the sentiment from the paper on the bottom of the panel and popped it up with foam tape.
Supplies: White and black cardstock, Designer Paper - Honey Bee (Birthday Bash), foam tape, gems.
I am just going to say it, I have a problem with Washi Tape, it has joined my obsession with patterned paper.
I am pretty excited about some I found a used stamp sale this past weekend, and I make something with it soon. Today, I have another simple layout to share, and some more pretty Washi.