Happy World Cardmaking Day!
Or in my case, more than a day, LOL.
Have you been keeping up with the slimline card trend?
First I did an inky background using colorburst powders.
I used some plastic wrap on the wet inky background. I guess
the ink wasn't wet enough to get much pattern from the plastic.
But it's bright and I liked the way the colors blended.
I cut a few of the Pinkfresh Floral Squares, cutting each twice.
I snipped the flowers out of one set and used the frame to offset with
the floral squares and added a bit of sponged color on each of the flowers.
I used the largest die to emboss a border along the edges. The photo
doesn't show it well. It matches the diagonal lines on the
The sentiment die was cut three times and stacked.
Pinkfresh Studio WCMD Challenge #6 - No Stamping with Anne
Pinkfresh Studio WCMD Challenge #5 - Slimline Cards with Lea
And another slimline card. I used the larger die to emboss around the edge again
and this time dry embossed the smaller die cut.
I used Pinkfresh Studios Dainty Blossom dies and an embossing folder
to make this simple monochromatic card. I added a thin strip of black
and a piece of twine where the embossing met and left a small space.
Pinkfresh Studio WCMD Challenge #1 - Diecutting with Hussena
Pinkfresh Studio WCMD Challenge #4 - Monochromatic with Jenny
Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.
Card Recipe (card 1)
Ink: Worn Lipstick, Mustard Seed (DOX)
Paper: Mixed Media (Strathmore), Black, Neenah
Other: Color Burst (Razzle Berry, Lemon Drop - Ken Oliver for MFT0, Slim Diagonal Stitched Rectangles Dies (PFS), Floral Squares Dies (PFS), Sentimental Die (AE)
Card Recipe (card 2)
Stamps: Fun Birthday Sentiments (HLS)
Ink: Wow Embossing
Paper: Basic Black (SU), Neenah Solar White
Other: Essentials Slim Cuts Die (PFS), Dainty Blossoms (PFS), Greenery EF (SU), Gold Sparkle Crystals (Studio Katia)