I love the effect of Gelatos so on this card I experimented with my Stampin’ Up crayons. I drew some rough circles, sprayed them lightly with water from above and then blended them slightly. The word is a Cricut cutout. I think the final effect is very artsy and definitely homemade.
I wanted this card to have a “watery” feel so I mixed card stocks and papers in a selection of blue shades. I stamped a bubble wrap image on card stock, punched out circles and edged them in crayon. I like the way they lift the Cricut cutout sentiment.
A card for a very special couple celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary.
I used the Cricut to create the die cuts and two different embossing folders to give texture to the elements, using this card as the model.
This is a fun pic of my son and his friend eating a concoction of chocolate, coconut and marshmallows called, very distastefully, “poo”!
I experimented mixing paint with the texture paste and placed it over a brick template.
Made for the 123 Challenge Blog February 2014 challenge. The criteria were purple, texture paste and the word “spirit”.
I borrowed this idea from an item I saw in the window of a giftware store over Christmas. The twig was sourced during an evening walk, then I bound it in white yarn. The decorations were cut using the Cricut. The idea is to change the decorations depending on your mood or the occasion – it doesn’t have to be just for Christmas!
Using: Kaisercraft Turtle Dove papers; Bazill Bling card stock; Cricut Paper Lace cartridge.