Supplies: Stamps: Hero Arts Ink: white craft Paper: black and white cardstock Accessories: Spellbinders, sponge, twine
This is my first attempt at the chalkboard technique. I had a hard time wanting to make a dusty chalkboard, so mine is pretty clean! :)
Supplies: Stamps: Gina K Ink: Memento tuxedo black Paper: 6x6 paper pad, Sizzix die cut, Tim Holtz tinsel twine, red gem
I think these trees are so cute, had to make one. I trimmed the bottom so it was more even of a circle at the bottom.
Supplies: Stamps: Gina K, Autumn Leaves Ink: VersaMark, Memento tuxedo black Paper: black cardstock, glossy cardstock, white cardstock Accessories: black fine detail embossing powder, scallop oval punch, oval punch, Tim Holtz alcohol inks
I remember the first time I did this polished stone technique it was at a scrapbook store I worked at. We had so much fun creating various backgrounds. Fun times! I still had fun with it on this one, what I like about it is you never get the same look twice.
Supplies: Stamps: Stampin Up Ink: Memento tuxedo black, Martha Stewart stack of pigment inks for the pumpkin Paper: white and purple cardstock Accessories: birch tree stencil, purple twine
I have never made a card with a stencil. First I tried spritzing my color on...unsuccessful. So I used a sponge dauber and that worked better for this particular stencil. I think it looks really spooky.
Supplies: Silhouette cut file and cardstock
Isn't this cute?! I used a crimper to finish off the edge at the top.
Supplies: Stamps: Hero Arts Paper: Papercut whip cream and Chatterbox Ink: Versamagic dew drops Hero Arts die cut (came with the stamp set), American Crafts ribbon, corner rounder
I was so sure on this layout, but it is growing on me. I like that it a way to incorporate patterned paper into a clean and simple card. I have so much patterned paper to use, so I will use this layout again.
That's all for Day 3!
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