Greetings everyone, today’s card is a wedding card. I used hearts to depict the bride and the groom. I got the idea from some pins on Pinterest, and ran with it!
I used my Close To My Heart Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge to cut out 3 hearts; two with the white embossed paper and one of the Charcoal Gray cardstock. I embossed mint green cardstock for the background and mounted that on more of the white embossed paper and put that all on the Charcoal Gray base. I cut the center section out of one of the white hearts to make the “shirt” for the groom and added a bow tie from my Close To My Heart Puffy Stickers. Then I added tiny pearls to the dress and black pearls to the dress shirt. I also used a Fiskars eyelet border punch to make two strips for to transition the green paper to the white.
The inside was layered and stamped with an old Stampin’ Up! wedding stamp set that was gifted to me by a scrappy friend…Thanks Kim! I embossed it with Ranger silver embossing powder and called it done.
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Long time no see! I am happy to be scrapping again today, I have been on hiatus due to work getting in the way. Sigh…. But today I was able to make a few projects that you can check out over the next few weeks.
I used ZIG Clean Color Watercolor Markers as well as ZIG Pearlescent Watercolor – Jewel Box, Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor Paper and a Stampendous stamp that I have literally had since I started stamping well over 20 years ago. I just LOVE this stamp, the bunny is so adorable.
The first thing I did was stamp the Easter stamp with Versamark and then I used Ranger Silver embossing powder. I like using this method when I want to contain my watercolor for a CAS card. I used a combination of markers and the Pearlescent paints, then mounted the watercolor paper on a black mat then onto some Studio Calico patterned paper that I had in my stash. I actually made several of these, giving a different color background patterned paper for each one.
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Happy Easter and Happy Scrappin’
Happy weekend all! I saw on Facebook that today is National Card Making Day, so… I made a card! I wanted to use embossing resist with my Zig Clean Watercolor Markers.
I started with 140 LB cold press watercolor paper and stamped it using one of the lovely images from CTMH September Stamp of the Month Paper Garden. I stamped it with clear Versamark then coated it with Ranger embossing powder in Lettuce and heated with my heat gun. Next I randomly brushed orange and yellow Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers, then using a medium side flat paint brush I added water and swept the brush from left to right on a slight angle. Then I wrapped some bakers twine around the watercolor paper fastening it on the back of the canvas, and added three pearls.
For the base piece I used CTMH B&T Duos in New England Ivy, ran it through my eBosser with a honeycomb embossing folder and adhered all it to a light yellow card base.
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