One of my all time Favorites appears as December’s Card kit! So cute and a Bunch of these can easily be Valentines!
Cups of Coffee that is….
Look Close can you see the glitter on the cups??? so pretty!!!
A little more stacked Pun Fun!!!
Stamps: Pun fun
Paper: Old Olive, chocolate chip, Sweet Pea dsp (retired), whisper white
Accessories: Pretty in Pink & close tot cocoa markers, Dazzling diamonds glitter, pink stain ribbon
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All supplies are Stampin up!
Stamps: Pun Fun and On your Birthday
Paper: Pink Passion, Razzleberry Lemonade, black
Accessories: ribbon, circle punches, watercolor crayons
Pink and white– My FAVORITE!!! here is the inspiration photo:
And here is my card:
and the inside:
Come play at The Shabby Tea Room
All Supplies are Stampin up! I used the sponge dauber and white craft ink to make the polka dot background.
I “really” like this card!!!! I love Pun Fun too! Have not used it in a while so stinkin cute!!!
Stamps: Pun Fun, Curvy Verses
Paper: Pretty in pink, whisper White
Ink: white craft ink, pretty in pink, black
Accessories: watercolor crayons, water brush/aqua painter, sponge dauber
My Stampers 10 club girls will be getting this card with their orders. Since I am unable to stamp for them, they need to root through their stash of stamps to find a critter or a cute image that will create “the scene”.
For the 1st card I choose Pun Fun. The little skunk is so cute in the grass. The Video below shows how to create the clouds in the background and it covers the masking technique. Since I can’t always teach all my club members in person I thought a video would be a perfect solutio!! Enjoy!
And this sample shows Wild About You
And this one, Sweet Stems
Paper: Bashful blue, whisper white, delicate dots, basic black
Accessories: Ribbon, brads, markers for coloring
Water colored with crayons on plain whisper white. I added a outline shadow so the white of the sheep would pop. This is the Scallop Die (scallop circle #2) I punched the circle with the 1-3/4″ circle punch.
ETA: the outline shadow is done with the water brush and a sahara sand watercolor crayon.
Stamps: Pun fun
paper: bashful blue, so saffron, delicate dots, Sahara sand, whisper white
Accessories: The big shot & scallop die#2, Paper piercer and mat pack, SAB ribbon bundle, silver brads, watercolor crayons & a water brush.
Technique: water coloring. I made this box and note card set for my hostess last weekend. I die cut the scallop card with my bigshot. The bashful blue circles are cut with my coluzzle and then I punched watercolor paper with the 1-3/4″ circle punch.
sorry, I forgot to write down the box dimensions….arrgghh!
Stamps: Pun Fun
Paper: Old olive, bashful blue, water color paper, retired dsp
Accessories: water brush and water color crayons (all color families), paper piercer, word window punch, big shot, 1-3/4″ circle punch, scallop edge punch, old olive ribbon.
Stamps: Pun fun, lovely labels, papertrey sentiment, Holidays and Wishes
Paper: Very vanilla, pink pirouette, whisper white, pretty in pink, K&Co baby stack, pretty ink pink dsp.
Accessories: nestabilities, acetate, scallop circle punch, tab punch, scallop edge punch, envelope, tag punch, little bits wheel, ribbon, copic markers for coloring
This was a fun card to make. I followed the no copic, no problem technique from Julie Buhler. The watercolor paper, when run through the nestabilities, automatically gets the embossed edge! This makes a great birthday card for kids!
stamps: Pun Fun, CTMH sentiment
ink: black and blue bayou
paper: soft sky, blue bayou, watercolor paper, polka dot paper is from a 6×6 Junkitz pad.
Accessories: stitched ribbon, nestabilities, dimensionals
WOW- this technique is so fun– and Pun Fun is a great set for it too! Julie at Paper Pleasing Ideas has a great tutorial: No Copics No Problem and its available in video as well. A big thanks goes out to Julie!!
I tried it, with a little help from my friend Becci, and this was the end result. Major cool coloring here! Let me know if you like it!
Stamps: Pun Fun, not sure where the sentiment is from
ink: basic black ( the tutorial says stazon, but basic black worked just fine)
paper: taken with teal, green galore, watercolor paper from SU, pattern paper from Junkitz
Accessories: bold brights markers, a waterbrush, hodgepodge hardware, ribbon, corner rounder for the sentiment