Archives for March 2016
I went a much more subtle route and used rainbow stripes and polka dots throughout my creation. I love making these gift sacks; they have two pockets – one at the very top, then one where the main image is, I folded up the bottom of the sack and sewed along 3 edges to create the lower pocket. You can add gift cards, necklaces, dainty/girly things – but I LOVE to add gift cards, that’s my favorite!
The focal point was partially die cut using a pierced square die; I cut another full square and adhered it to the back where you can write your message.
Isn’t this girl the sweetest little thing? There are so many options in this stamp set, Skating By. I paper pieced her dress, left the bottom part loose so you can turn it up; also paper pieced the balloons; I adhered the balloons totally separate and drew in the balloon strings. Once again I pulled out lots of designer paper scraps and ‘made it work’! All images were stamped in Hero Arts black ink – I love the crispness of their black ink!
Thanks for visiting; we can’t wait to see your RAINBOW creations. Have a great day!
A big Thank You to them for sharing some of their fabulous stamps with us this month.
I got to play with the new Banner and Wreath set which I a-d-o-r-e
it down to a more pastel shade of each color, and ouline the whole thing in gold.
- Stamp and Emboss flowers with desired embossing powder, I chose gold
- Color in images with desired medium, I went with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens
- Cut images out by fussy cutting, coordinating dies, or a machine like Brother Scan N Cut
- Ink blend a background shape using masking paper and distress inks
- Stamp and Emboss the Wreath and Sentiment in matching embossing powder
- Layout images the way you want them (I use the press n seal method) for placement
- Adhere down with foam squares
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Good afternoon everyone! Hope you all get some crafty time today and are able to join our newest challenge featuring the colors of the
The card I made was super fun to make. And even though it took me a couple of tries, I love the way it turned out.