This was also a very simple card. I think I will use it as an Easter card for my nieces. The rabbit is a stamp from a Valentine’s Stamp Set (I believe it’s Inkadinkado). The pot holds a heart, but I covered it with Prima Flowers. The rabbit is stamped on shiny vellum. I liked the effect, but I was sad because you can see the pop dots underneath. 😦 Any tips for hiding pop dots on vellum? The sentiment is from another Inkadinkado stamp set. I added Sakura Glaze pen on the letters to give it a little more dimension. I also used a border punch (Making Memories, I think) for the top and bottom.
Here are some (very blurry and dark) close-up pictures of my card [click photo to enlarge]:
Overall, I’m very happy with the way this card turned out. 🙂
* whew~ I guess I (somewhat) made up for the non-posting the past few weeks..
This is a card for my nephew. I stamped the letters with these letter stamps (so cute, and on sale!), the dinosaurs are a cute border stamp (from Making Memories?). I spritzed it with Glimmer Mist (LOVE!). The bottom is also a stamp (Hero Arts background). I used glow-in-the-dark paint to add the raised dots. It really glows!
This card was super fast. On the inside, I wrote “explore” with my Copic sparkly pens (you’re going to see a lot of that, tee hee~)
Sort of a late submission, but here is my take on Lucy’s Card Challenge (Card 1):
[On the inside, it says “LOVE” in white rub-on letters]
Very simple card – just one stamp, Hero Arts, (colored with colored pencils), a sticker, and rub-ons. I colored the tails wil Copic sparkly markers. I also added some Glossy Accents to give it some dimension.
Here is a close up of the tail:
I don’t know if you can see the glittery goodness under the glossy accents – the picture is blurry and dark. 😦
Check out Lucy’s website [Click on the photo]. It’s her blogaversary and she’s giving away some serious blog candy~