April 16, 2014

Sun, Moon, & Stars Die-namics

As soon as I saw the newly released Sun, Moon, & Stars Die-namics, I fell in love with it! Especially LOVE the trail die!! Today I have two cards to share with you that I made using it.

I die cut the central panel using Rounded Banner STAX Die-namics with hoping that it looks like a window and you feel like looking out at a night sky. I cut out the trails from both the central panel and the background panel, then backed them with cream CS.

The sentiment is from Magical Memories set, and I white embossed it. I sponged some white ink around the panels.

I popped up the central panel, then added the die cut stars. Though it is hard to see in the photo, I covered the stars with Diamond Stickles. They look very nice in real life!

For my next card I combined the trails die with a sentiment from Cheerful Blessings, Flat-Bottom Clouds, and Wonky Scallop Border. The focal panel was cut using Pierced Rectangle STAX.

The sentiment was heat embossed with Powder embossing powder.

The trails were backed with some rainbow color card stocks - Wild Cherry CS, Tangy Orange CS, Banana Split CS, Sour Apple CS, Sno Cone CS, and Grapesicle CS. It's a great match for the sentiment, isn't it?:)

Thank you for visiting. Have a great day!
* Wish Upon A Star *

* Rainbows Follow Bad Weather *

April 14, 2014


Today I played with the Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge #215 (SSSC215). I used You're Super stamp set and You're Super Die-namics (MFT) for my card.

I used Pierced Rectangle Die-namics to cut out the focal panel. The image was cut out using You're Super Die-namics and was colored with Copics. The patterned papers are from Say Cheese paper pad by Simple Stories.

For the sentiment panel I cut out four explosive bubbles (three are from black CS and one is from patterned paper) and layered them.
I wanted to add some stitching lines to the background panel. But I was too lazy to pull out my sewing machine. LOL! So I decided to use Sew Simple Borders set (PTI) for my stitching lines. I added several small brads to finish off the card.

Thank you for stopping by!:)

April 13, 2014

White on White BD Card

The current "Toppings" option over at the Seize the Birthday is "White on White". I thought I had never made a white on white card, so I wanted to try it. I was also inspired by the cute bunnies wearing a bow in the inspiration photo for this weeks Inspired By challenge.

I wanted to add texture on my card as much as I can.
So first, I embossed the background panel with a Whimsy Embossing Folder (Lifestyle Crafts).

Then I die cut a woven circle and cut out a small circle from the center of it. For the bunny I used Die-namics Easter Bunny (MFT). It may hard to see in the photo, but I cut out four bunnies and layered them. Love the thickness! It looks like a die cut chipboard.;) I found those little flowers while I was reorganizing my craft room last month. I think they had been ignored for years. LOL!

The sentiment was heat embossed with gold embossing powder. And I scored two lines for more texture.

Thank you for stopping by today. Enjoy the rest of your weekend! :)