Hello. Thank you for visiting my Blog. I started making hand made cards in January 2018 and now I create cards almost every day. I love making cards to give away to other people. When I discovered card making it lit a spark within me that drives me to always learn new things and make new cards every chance I get.I live in Western Pennsylvania with my husband and my son and our dog Karley, who is a mix between a yellow lab and a pit bull.
Hello. Today on my blog I am featuring two cards that I created using the "Boys with Pets" stamp set from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps. This is my final blog post for the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps because unfortunately, I was not selected to continue as a member of the design team. I want to thank Lynn and Michelle for having me as a guest designer from June - December 2020. I have enjoyed representing your company and promoting your incredible stamps.
I created a video on my YouTube channel demonstrating how I made my first card:
To create this card, I used a piece of 4" x 5.25" Bristol Smooth Card Stock. I blended Yellow and Orange PanPastels to create the background. I stamped the trees (from the "Evergreens" stamp set by Blue Knight Rubber Stamps) in my stamp positioning tool using Rainforest Versafine Clair Ink. I then inked the small silhouette boy & dog stamp using Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink. In order to ground the stamped silhouette image, I used a #110 Black Licorice Copic Marker to draw a silhouette mound or rock ledge that the boy and his dog are standing on. I finished the card panel by stamping the sentiment "Thinking of You" and stamping some birds flying above one of the Evergreen Trees. I sealed the PanPastels by spraying the panel with hairspray. I mounted the panel onto a piece of black cardstock then adhered the finished design to an A2 sized card base.
For my second card, I ink blended Squeezed Lemonade, Spiced Marmalade and Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide inks onto a piece of 4" x 5.25" Bristol Smooth card stock. I used my stamp positioning tool to stamp the small boy & cat silhouette stamp using Versafine Clair Nocturne ink. I had a die from my stash that I cut with black card stock and framed the boy with his cat inside the die cut. I adhered the card panel to an A2 card base.
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Hello. Thank you for visiting my blog today. I am here as part of the Monthly Themed Hop. The theme for this month of December is Snowmen and Sparkle.
I created a card using glitter and a snowman. I used the Catherine Pooler Stamp "Build A Snowman." I created YouTube Video demonstrating how to apply glitter to a card panel:
To create this card, I used Tumbled Glass distress ink and a domed sponge dauber to create snow drifts at the bottom of my card. I also used the dauber to ink the edges of the panel. I stamped the images and sentiment using Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink.
For the blue snowflakes (stamps from the stamp set) I used Something Borrowed (blue) ink by Catherine Pooler Ink.
The photos above and below are of the card when it was completed (with glitter). I hope the camera was able to capture some of the sparkle!
Thank you for visiting my blog today. Thanks to the ladies who organized the blog hop. It was a six month blog and video hop aimed at using up supplies that we have "squirreled" away in our stash. Each month was a different theme.