Here are a couple of cards I made recently, using my new stamps from Crafty Individuals:
Both images were stamped onto smooth white cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured with Promarkers. Then I cut them out and before mounting, I sprayed them with Spray and Shine to give a glossy finish. It makes them look like photographs!
Welcome to my Blog and welcome to Little Claire's first blog hop - let's hope we have many more :) Here is a card I've made using one of the brand new Red Gingham stamps, Little Tammy:
The detail on the stamp is exquisite and it looks gorgeous when embossed. The sentiment is also by Red Gingham and you can find it here.
My fellow DTs have more gorgeous cards to share with you, so make sure you visit them all and the lucky winner of the Blog Hop will receive a full set of the new designs!
This is what you need to do to take part in the blog hop:
1.Visit each of Design Team members’ blogs (links below) and leave a comment on their post about the blog hop.They will all have a card to share with you made with one of the new Red Gingham stamps.You also need to leave a comment on this post.
2.Each Design Team member will also include a letter in their post.Once you have all the letters, you need to rearrange these to form a word.
3.Once you know what the word is, e-mail your answer to email@example.com – PLEASE DON’T POST YOUR ANSWER IN ANY OF YOUR COMMENTS!
4.The blog hop will close at midnight on Sunday 13 November and the winner of the stamps will be announced on Tuesday 15 November.”
Here are some cards I made using a GORGEOUS new digi from Pink Petticoat:
The sentiment reads "Celebrate the season ... in style!"
I coloured the images with watercolour pencils, added sparkle with a Sakura pen and cut them out with my Nesties. I stamped a gorgeous Inkadinkado flourish on the card base and used coordinating ribbon. I didn't have any copper ribbon, so I coloured some white/black dotty ribbon. Finally, I inked the edges of the die-cuts ... et voila ... a batch of beautiful girlie cards for my friends :)
These new Tag Cards from Little Claires make a great alternative to a card. They can be used whole - four panels - or cut in half - two panels - to make a smaller card, or even cut into individual tags.
Tag card 1
Tag Card 2
Tag Card 3
To decorate the cards, I used the First Edition Isabelle paper pack and Little Claire's beautiful new Little Beauties Tag Stamps. I added pearls, gems and ribbon from my stash and used punches to make coordinating borders and embellishments.
Hi, I've been crafting for about 5 years now and am always trying new techniques and, of course, crafting goodies. I make cards for family, friends and colleagues and I'm proud to be a Past Design Team Member for Little Claires.