LDRS Creative: Crazy For Daisies!

Hi, all!

I'm quickly stopping by to share two cards I created for the Flower Inspiration Days over at LDRS Creative :-)

They were both created with the Crazy For Daisies stamp set.

On the first card, I simply stamped it in Raven hybrid ink and coloured it with Copic markers, then completed the card with my new favorite die, the Sentiment Stack!



 It cuts nicely a bunch of sentiments in one quick run, whether it is from the EssentialsLove or the Anytime Stack!!


On the second one, I used an emboss resisting technique. 


I first inked the stamp accessories in Watermark Emboss and then heat set it with white embossing powder


Next, I applied colours from the newest 12 hybrid ink bundle and added two diecut layers of letters from the Thinking Of You die set.


I hope you like these two very colorful but oh-so-different projects!

The Greeting Farm: 3 more wishes!

Hi everyone!
I'm back with you today for the Greeting Farm for some magic with the brand new stamp set called 3 Wishes!

I've said it already, I'm a huge Disney fan and couldn't resist turning this stamp set into an Aladdin theme for more than one card! On top of that, since I've been really into inking and stenciling lately, I decided to create a sort of window onto the magical world with today's project.

So to create it, I first stamped, coloured and fussy cut three little gals (and the monkey!) from the 3 Wishes stamp set. Next, I created a cardbase made from thick cardstock so that I could easily apply ink without it seeping through. I also added a kraft diecut with four openings, to feature my window concept.



I completed the card by heat embossing a sentiment from the stamp set in gold and adding all the images with foam tabs so they would pop against the background.
I hope you like it!

LDRS Creative: Rainbow Backdrop Tutorial!

Hey, all!
I'm back with you today to share a Rainbow Plaid Background tutorial using the fabulous hybrid inks at LDRS Creative!
I was playing around the other day with my hybrid inks and stencils and thought it would be fun to create a rainbow card, with a twist! This technique can be done with any patterned stencil and cardstock size, but I chose to use the 6x6 Plaid one for this project.
First step is to mask areas in diagonal lines with tape. I like to do this on a craft mat, so that the tape releases easily and the inks blend smoothly from the outside toward the inside of the cardstock.
Next, place your stencil on top of the protected cardstock and keep securely in place too, by adding tape on each corner.
Time to blend some ink! You could do the entire panel with one colour, but I chose to go with separate sections of colours.
Here are the colours I used on this project: Tropical Sea, Banana Cream Pie, Prickly Pear Perfection, Boysenberry, Tangerine and Soft Kisses.
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When inking each section, my fingers were always in the way! So I used a piece of scrap paper to have them stay put, hehe.


When all sections were inked, I delicately removed all the tape and stencil. Ta-dam!!!

I completed my card with a negative diecut made with the Thinking Of You Word die in black cardstock and glued to a piece of vellum.


Like it? I hope you will try this rainbow pattern with your favorite hybrid ink combo!


OH and while we're at it... 
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