Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Card and Layout Share

Hi there, I have a card and 12x12 layout to share with you today. 

Let's start with the card first. 

I always make my daughter an end-of-school year card. 

I had fun making this card for her!

Here are the supplies that I pulled to make this card. 

I used a stamp from Stampers Anonymous called Large Collage, watercolor paper, VersaMark ink, and Ranger clear embossing powder. 

After I heat embossed the stamp on the watercolor paper, I pulled out my watercolors and Aqua pen. I used a different color to watercolor each square of the stamp. 

I cut the stamp patterned into the individual squares to make a grid pattern. 

Once I adhered the squares, I cut this Love You sentiment from my Silhouette Cameo using American Crafts White card stock. I used my watercolors and Aqua pen to color the die cut. 

I covered a piece of scrap paper with this stripe washi tap and then adhered it to the back of the you die cut. 

I love how the stripes peek through the die cut. I used pop dots to adhere the die cut to the card for added dimension 

The last thing that I did was adhere some sequins, jewels, and enamel dots to some of the squares. 

I used a Hero Arts sentiment for the inside of the card. 

I had so much fun making this card and our daughter loved it!

Next is my 12x12 scrapbook layout titled Beautiful Darling, you are my fave. 

The middle layer of this layout with the picture was made to fit into my vintage sign holder. 

You can see how I made that on the video here

Once I was done displaying the sign, I decided to create a 12x12 layout with it. 

I used My Mind's Eye and Crate Paper Notes and Things collections to create this layout. 

I cut these triangles from the Crate Paper Notes and Things paper and added them to the top right corner as embellishments. 

I used scrap paper as added layers and some stickers and cut-out's from the Notes and Things paper as added embellishments. 

I had fun creating both the card and layout. 

If you would like to see these projects in detail, you can watch my video attached below. 

Thank you so much for visiting my post today. 

Hugs, Shelly

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