Posting this on the eve of The Game. This card features the Tiddly Inks digital image of "Annie Cheers". It is colored with Copic markers, with Crystal Stickles on the pom-poms. The sentiment is from A Jillian Vance Design. The football is from Stamps from Judith. Scarlet and silver bullet cardtock form the layers of this card, along with an officially licensed sticker.
Today is my Dad's birthday. I have probably mentioned this before, but during my childhood he always wanted me to make him a handmade card for his birthday and Father's Day. Perhaps he's the reason I grew into this cardmaking hobby. I'd like to think so.
I made him this card using a Hero Arts stamp called "Holiday Dachshund", stamped with Marvy black ink onto X-Press It cardstock. Colored, of course, with Copic markers. I fussy cut the image and pop-dotted it onto a white card panel. Washi tape runs along the base. The sentiment, from an old Hero Arts set, was stamped with Versafine Onyx Black. A few sequins put the finishing touches on this card.
Cool that this stamp deemed "Holiday Dachshund" can sure pass as a birthday stamp too. Yay for versatility!
Not sure I'm ready for the slippery ice that comes with every winter, but these two sure are.
To make this card, I printed the Sassy Cheryl's digital image of "Lucy Lou
Princess on Ice" from the set "It Takes One to Know One" onto X-Press It
cardstock. I colored the image with Copic markers, added some Crystal
Stickles for the ice.
Washi tape was adhered along the bottom of this card, and the sentiment from A Jillian Vance Design was stamped with Versafine Onyx Black.
Lots of coloring therapy is going to be needed. So, lots of cards will be made.
This is a card made with the image of "Dog and Star Tree" from Stampotique. Colored with Copic markers. Playing around with some Simon Says Stamps dies, and used a sentiment from Paper Smooches. Sponging with Mama Elephant Winter pigment ink. The "snow" is from an embossing stencil from Simon Says Stamp and some Ranger Texture Paste.
Lots going on with this CAS card. Lots of frustration going on within with the 2015 Ohio State Buckeyes. Nuff said.
I had fun playing with a leaf die from A Jillian Vance Design. You can read all about how I made this card over on the A Jillian Vance Design blog. You should just see all of the die inks and Tombow markers it took to watercolor those leaves. My desk is now a mess. Just like my yard is a mess with real leaves.