For March Hostess Club I wanted to feature the Vellum Print stack that is only available till the end of March and the coordinating Stamp set. The paper colored beautifully from the back with Stampin' Write Markers for the Butterfly on the Purse I stamped with Stayzon and did the same technique. Framelits make cutting the banners and frame a synch!
Sharing another Springy Easter Card today. This card uses our good old stand by Stamp and Write Markers with the Momento Ink Pad. the ovals framelits and some Sale-a-bration Paper. Very quick to put together and the pom pom trim gives a flirty little finish.
Hello! Happy Spring- Very exciting that it was just rain not snow not freezing rain. Plain old make the grass green someday soon kind of rain today. With green grass and yellow daffodils in mind I'd like to share a card I did in my travel classes this month.
This sweet chick from the For Peeps Sake Stamp set is so cute even on this very simple very quick card.
February's Theme was Birthdays and I wanted the cards to work for men as well as women.
This Bermuda Bay card has texture and sparkle to add interest.
I used Tombo multipurpose glue on the sequins and the stars.
The second card for my travel class features Tangerine Tango Embossing powder to give definition to the words on a colored card stock. The sassy ribbon and pom pom trim are fun.
I stapled the three pieces of trim to the ccard stock circle after the embossing and then tied the Hello Honey ribbon over the pom pom trim and then I tied the Tangerine Tango Ribbon over that knot. This held the heavy embellishment securely and the staple is completely hidden.
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The last card for sketch in February was featuring the Deco Labels Framelits. The one hint I have is so basic but huge. to get this crisp image on my Blushing bride paper I re-inked my Night of Navy Ink Pad. Having a really juicy pad made all the difference in getting my flowers and words to pop.