Michelle here with a glittery Valentine card for you today! I used glitter in two ways on this card and it is really blingy and sparkly in real life.
For the base of my card, I ran Scor-tape around the edge of the cardstock base and then covered it with some Art Institute Red Rose Opaque Glitter. The embossing folder is from cArt Us and is the perfect contrast for this card.
I stamped the EE0057 Jaco Bean Heart 2 with Stazon ink on acetate. I then glittered the back of the acetate with Green Briar, Pink Smoothie and Baby's Breath Art Institute Glitters. I cut the images out and then popped them onto the card with glue dots.
It has been a long while since I made a card with Holly Berry House medallions. This one I embossed in silver on Certainly Celery cardstock and then accented it with various Copic Markers in green tones. I added some clear gems to finish the piece.
The embossing folder is from Cuttlebug and is done on white shimmer cardstock. The pops of green cardstock are some shimmery Bazzill scraps. Sentiment is typed up on the computer.
~The tag is from some clothes...I sewed it on the card with some fun paper embroidery detailing.
~The brad is from some school project the kids brought home and didn't want to keep.
~The buttons are from some craft projects and have been laying around here for eons.
~The music is a scrap of vintage sheet music from my scrap bin.
~The gold designer paper was a tiny scrap from a prior card project.
~The burlap pieces are also scraps frome a prior card....way to fun to toss out.
~And funniest of all is the zipper tab that I picked up on the ground somewhere.
Do you ever make no-stamp cards in this fun collage style?
It's time to share a Fred, She Said creation with you! I just love flowers...any time of year!!
For this card I used the Daisies and Ladybug set. I fussy cut the image and then trimmed the edges of it off flush with the sides of the card!
Today's card is for Endless Creations and features several of their stamps and the Wet Wipe Technique. (dropping Pretty in Pink, Bashful Blue and Almost Amethyst reinkers onto a wet wipe to make a homemade *rainbow* ink pad)
I used a scrap of felt that I die cut and embellished with some Stampendous Sparkle Dots. I used a flower in place of the O in love and white gel pen to accent all of the stamped pieces other than the birds.
Oh, It is just fun when sometimes an idea pops into your head...and that was what happened with this card for Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps! I have some die cut cards here from The Paper Cut and I decide to go monochromatic with the mat and emboss it. Then I decided to add an embossed panel to the inside of the front panel of the card using the script embossing folder.
What next, but to frame the pretty oval opening with some flowers that I stamped on designer papers and then accented with white gel pen and gems. Oh, and add a few sequins and butterfly punches too.
I finished my card by stamping the cute little verse on white cardstock and punching it out and distressing the edges. It is clean, simple and calming...I like!