Showing posts from July, 2018

Little Elephant Bundle Card

     Welcome everyone! I hope you are all having a good week so far. We are heading to the beach tomorrow and I can't wait to see it, as it is my most fave place on Earth. Today for you I have this really cute card made with the new Little Elephant Bundle. This set is absolutely adorable!!! You could use this set for anything from a baby to adults. This one is for a special friend who's day you would like to brighten.    To stamp the elephant use a sponge dauber to create a darker edge after you stamp off once. It is a really cute effect, and a little added dimension. The flowers where stamped in 2 steps by stamping the leaves and stems first and then the flowers.      Embossing the foil papers are so beautiful and look amazing. Also you need to stamp the elephant twice to have the ear to punch out too if you want the added dimension.      I stamped the inside as usually with the really cute heart stamp from this set and a beautiful sentiment. I helps pull the ou

Watercolored Background and Varied Vases Bundle Card

   Hello crafters. It's the weekend!!! Any plans??? I'm getting a new fridge today! If you have seen it, there is a commercial that Lowe's does that shows a woman getting sad then happy about having to get a new fridge that reminds me of how I felt when our current fridge starting failing. You get sad because you have to spend the money on a new fridge...BUT you are getting a new fridge! Lol. Anyways here is my card today. I did another one with the Varied Vases Bundle but totally different.      I decided to watercolor this one and make it very simple. I choose three coordinating colors to water wash the background. This is very simple to do, you start with the lightest and work down to the darkest. Wet your watercolor paper first as this makes it easier to blend them all together so it looks more seamless.      I love embossing with the White Embossing Powder on colored cardstock. I wanted a more simple, dramatic look with the flowers stamped in black and to l