Hello everyone! Hope you are having a great weekend, I'm spending my Sunday afternoon catching up on blogging and visiting my favorite blogs.
I've been seeing a lot of cards with bold stripy backgrounds and I just love them. Here's my take on the bold striped background. I've used gold shimmer tape to create it. The flowers are from PTI, I've watercolored them with Abandoned Coral Distress Ink and Gansai Tambi watercolors.
Playing along: Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes ColourQ Challenge #343
Hello everyone! I'm just popping in to share 2 watercolor cards I shared on other social media platforms.
The first one has a rainbow watercolor wash background on which I added some white gelato accents through a stencil. I also inked up a Waffle Flowers Crafts die-cut doily with white pigment ink and used it as a stamp.
I made this card for an Instagram exclusive hop that I am a part of. You can find the details here
The second card is for a guest post for my friend Sharada's blog, as a part of her 5th blogaversary. Here's a peek at the card.....
Hello everyone! I hope you are having a great week. Today I'm sharing a CAS card with Reverse Confetti stamps, aren't those koalas the most adorable bears you've ever seen! I just can't get enough of them.
I don't have coordinating dies for these so I used my Silhouette Cameo's Pix Scan mat to cut out the stamped images. I found a way to save the cut files so that I can quickly cut using a regular Silhouette cutting mat the next time and then stamp the image on it. This'll save a lot of time as I won't have to stamp the images, mount on the Pix Scan mat, take a picture, transfer to my laptop and generate the correct trace area every time I want to stamp and cut. It's really easy, I'll post a tutorial soon.
This card is inspired by CAS(E) this Sketch #172
Hello everyone! A very Happy Mother's Day to all the lovely Moms out there. It's already Monday over here in Singapore. My Mother's Day was really special, my 4 year old daughter gifted me a fan and a canvas bag with her artwork on them. She made them at school with her teachers' help, hid it and gave it to me on Sunday morning. I was so touched, this is first time she has gifted me something :)
Hello everyone! I recently got a pack of double sided origami paper from a local $2 store. It's a little thin but it's got these amazing patterns in some amazing color combos which make great backgrounds for cards. I can't get enough of them so I made 4 cards at one go! I'm new to making more than 1 card at a time but I'm loving it!