Hi! It's Sue with a new card for you.
theme for March is all things plaid and the color scheme is either green and
silver or gold and black. For Thursday in 3D, the theme is to create a 3D card.
I looked through Pinterest looking for ideas. I found one, making a 3D skirt –
starting with sort of a semi circle and folding it to make a pleated skirt. Here's my card.
Here's a close-up of the pleated skirt.
used Echo Park’s Magical Plaid stencil with Versamark and gold embossing powder
to make the plaid. I added a belt and a top. The sentiment is from Paper
Smooches’ Word Salad.
Thanks for stopping by. I'll have another card for you tomorrow.
Thursday, March 22, 2018
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Hi! Sue back with another card for you today.
The theme for March is all things plaid and the color scheme is either green and silver or gold and black. The basic premise for Wow Wednesday is to start with a card and then turn up the volume on that card. I started with a clean and simple card, using Recollections Backyard Table and gold embossing powder. Here's the card, I started with.
I die cut the sentiment using Simon Says STAMP Painted Thanks die.
To turn up the volume, I added a gold butterfly die cut using Paper Smooches Butterfly Duet die with gold cardstock. I added rhinestones for some sparkle onto the diecut butterfly. I also added some Michaels’ Celebrate It gold and black trim to turn up the volume. Here's the new card.
Thanks for stopping by. See you tomorrow with a new card.
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
It's Sue, back again with another card for you today.
The theme for March is all things plaid and the color scheme is either green and silver or gold and black. The technique for Technique Tuesday for March is foiling. I don’t own any fancy foiling machines so I had to improvise. Here's my card.
I used Echo Park’s Magical Plaid Stencil with a glue pen and gilding flakes (Cosmic Shimmer) to create a panel 2.375” x 3.5”. I cut some gold cardstock 2.625” x 3.75”. Initially, I was going to mat the plaid panel. However, I like the look of offsetting the two panels. The sentiment uses Simon Says STAMP Painted Thanks die. I put everything on a black panel. Here's a close-up.
Thanks for stopping by today. Come back tomorrow, and I'll have another card for you.