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Vintage Tea Birthday Card

Hi, Beverly here today and I'm sharing a birthday card again, because I'm trying to get ahead on the many winter birthdays but with a different stamp set. I just love the Vintage Tea cup!


Using the Kennedy Grace Creations Vintage Tea set, I stamped with VersaMark Ink on Black smooth cardstock. I then embossed with Ranger Liquid Platinum embossing powder. It almost looks gold but has a beautiful silver-gold color instead. It also is fine powder and embossed the tiny cursive letters perfectly!! Other tools I used were my EK Success Powder tool and Marvy Embossing Heat Tool. I then colored in the areas with my new Prismacolor pencils making sure as to sharpen each often to get into the tight and small places. I wanted a vibrant color and did a little bit of shading. Hope you enjoy the card today.

  The pattern papers matched up wonderfully and are Echo Park Party Time. Other supplies include: Doodlebug Designs trifold card, and pink cardstock

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Love and Laughter,

Hi crafters! Today I am here sharing another card using Loving Mom stamp set.  First I stamped the die using Memento ink in black on X-PressIT bledning paper and then I colored the stamp using copic pens and used a die for the sentiment.   I went for a bold look using black polka dot paper against some hot pink from  Hot Off the Press "Colorist" collection.
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Romantic card with Friendship Blessings

Hello dear friends! Martha Lucia here to share with you a colorful card created with Kennedy Grace Creations Stamps! Today I used the Friendship Blessings stamp set and let me tell that for me is really difficult decide which stamp use because these flowers are totally gorgeous. Take a look at my card:


The base of my card is Melon Mambo card stock and the second layer is a piece of decorated paper from the Everyday Spring Collection from Lemon Craft that you can find on Craftycity.com. Used a tiny piece of the other design of the same paper I created a vertical belt, I pasted behind of this piece a layer of fun foam white to give more dimension and paste it on the right side.


Over a piece of whisper white card stock I stamped one of the images included on the stamp set Friendship Blessings using Versafine Onix and covered it with with Clear Embossing Powder. I gave a few touches of color with a paint brush and Kuratake Gansai and fussy cut the image with my scissors and pasted over t…

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Cindy from In Love with Paper back on the blog with you today.  I've got a pretty card with a fun technique to share with you.  
I used watercolor paper and some color shine sprays to create the background.  I started by spraying the color shine onto my craft mat and then a couple sprays of water.  Then I simply put the watercolor paper into the ink.  I sprayed the paper a few more times with the color shine until I was happy with the colors.   Then I stamped and heat embossed this pretty flower from Beautiful Blooms - Sweet Rose stamp set on vellum. 

Next, I used a debossing folder for the 'hello' sentiment at the bottom.  I always struggle adding vellum layers to my cards for fear the adhesive will show through so, I stitched the vellum to the background layers with my sewing machine.  To finish it up, I added some sequins from the Frozen mix.


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Spring Happy Birthday Card!

Hi, Marina is here and I'm going to inspire you with fresh spring colors of my card! I'm dreaming about Spring and it's beautiful flowers! So I've found some of them in the Friendship BlessingsStamp Set :) It was a real pleasure to color these beauties with Zig Clean Color Markers. I used Cobalt Blue, Blue, Violet, Light Violet and Yellow colors. To mix the colors I used a waterbrush.

Happy Birthday Sentiment is from the amazing Just A Rose Set! I'm in love with these stylish sentiments and use them a lot!


I also picked a pair of sequins from the Chantilly Cream and Leather&Pink Lace mixes as little accents.
At the end I sprinkled all the card with a perl spray to make it sparkle!


Thanks for stopping by! Be inspired! 
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For Baby

Hi everyone!  I hope you had a wonderful, relaxing weekend full of all that you love.  I had a chance to spend some time in my craft room and had a bunch of fun creating this little shaker card using the sweet Kennedy Grace set, Sweet Baby Mine.  Take a look -


This shaker was pretty easy to make.  The little hippo colored up so easily with Copic markers.  Warm grays along with soft pinks and greens were used to color her up.  I used a specialty cardstock for this card called Stardream.  It had a beautiful soft shine to it that I wasn't able to catch in the photo.  I fashioned a layer of fun foam with a circle cut out for the shaker and attached it to the card base.  A die was used to cut the circle and frame in the top layer and glued acetate to the back side so a window that was created.  The sequins were added into the opened window and the top layer was adhered to the fun foam (that part was a little tricky, I'm not going to lie).  Actually, the hardest part of this card w…

Hydrangea shaker card

Hello everybody! It's Donna here and I'm just back from a lovely holiday on the other side of Australia visiting extended family. (As a bonus we had lovely sunny weather, so we got to be outdoors a lot!) Before I left, I had a lot of fun with the current Tic Tac Toe challenge. (Random fact: we call this game noughts and crosses here in Australia)  Here is what I created. I used the Beautiful Blooms - Hydrangea stamp set.


I went diagonally down the board, and used Die Cuts, Embossing and Flowers. Also as a bonus there is some sequin action too!


I used Copics to colour the lovely Hydrangea image and then cut it out right on the black outline. I used a black pen around the edges of the image to hide the white core of the card. I then used a die to cut out the window panel from both white cardstock and fun foam. I added a layer of clear plastic at the front and added sequins to each window. The sequins I used are "Dress blues". Aren't they fabulous? I have also put …