This is a great set for creating cards for many seasons or occasions. I decided to create a Winter card by using the little snowflakes in the set. I stamped the snowflakes onto a piece of Tim Holtz watercolor paper and heat embossed them in White. Then I die cut the panel with the Lawn Fawn Large Cross Stitched Rectangle Stax set. Then I smooshed some Tumbled Glass and Mermaid Lagoon Distress ink onto the background. Once it was dry I spritzed some water droplets onto the background and dabbed them off with a paper towel to create a distressed look. Then I adhered the panel to a card base.
Then I die cut the bird shape and stamped the pieces using some Lawn Fawn inks in Butter, Sunflower, Black Licorice and Hippo. This set works best if you die cut the shape first them do your stamping since it has multiple pieces to create the image. I added a little pink to the cheeks with a R20 Copic Marker. I stamped the tree branch in Walnut in from Lawn Fawn and use the coordinating die to cut it out as well. The santa hat is from the WPlus9 set Santa’s Reindeer. I colored that in with Copics R24, R27 & R29.
I added some snow to the branch and a few White dots to the bird image with a White Gel pen. The sentiment is stamped in VersaFine Black ink and I used the Mini Misti to ensure I had even coverage on the textured paper. I adhered the bird image with some Foam Tape and the branch directly onto the card with some liquid glue. For some sparkle I added some Sparkling Clear Sequins from Pretty Pink Posh. This is a great card to recreate with different color combos for the bird or background colors, changing them up for the seasons.
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Hello, hello! It is Lisa here with you again today and I’m going Retro and bright with today’s Christmas card, take a peek…
To create todays card I started by diecutting my background from a mix of Lawn Fawn Beach Size Petite Paper Pack and My Favorite Things Plaid Patterns Merry and Bright Paper Pack. Using the My Favorite Things Stitched Basic Edges Die cut I was able to create the fun layered pattern. Once it was all adhered together I stamped the ornaments and sentiment from the Avery Elle Retro Ornaments Set onto Neenah Solar White cardstock and colored them in with my Copic® Markers (B02, B05, RV14, RV25, YG01, YG03, YG25, Y11, Y15, Y24,Y26). These were then cut out and I decided to pop them up foam foam adhesive and some gold thread. The sentiment was diecut from the Pretty Pink Posh Stitched Banner Duo and adhered on the left side of the card.
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Hello, MarkerPOP friends! It is Jessi here. I am continuing creating piles of Thank You cards. I figured I would share with you, one of my latest cards using supplies from the MarkerPOP store.
Today, I am working with the super adorable Honey Bee Stamps’ Zen Floral set:
I love pairing up white embossed images and Zig Clean Color Markers! To start the card, I stamped the floral image repeatedly in white on a watercolor cardstock. The stamped images are covered in white embossing powder and heated. I used a variety of Zig markers to color in the floral designs. The watercolor panel is attached to a piece of vellum,
To create the sentiment, I used the Pink & Main Thanks die set. The shadow die is used on vellum and the word die is used on black cardstock. The rest of the sentiment uses stamps from the Honey Bee Stamps’ Thanks stamp set stamped in white ink onto black cardstock. A few layers to create this stunning card!
The following ZIG Markers were used on this project: 020, 022, 030, 041, 044
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To create this card I started by stamping the fairies repeatedly on Neenah Solar White cardstock, and then I went back and colored them in with Copic Markers (B000, B00, RV02, RV10, BV0000, BV01, W7, W9, E15, E25, E27, Y15, YR23) before cutting them out. I then stamped my sentiment in the top left hand corner with Versafine Ink. I love this ink for all of my sentiments, as it always reveals a crisp and clean look. While this was drying I die cut the “snowy” hill with the Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders die set. Next I popped up the fairy in the snow with foam adhesive. The other two fairies were glued in the air with Tombow Mono-Multi Liquid Glue. They were all three finished with some Nuvo Glitter Drops: White Blizzard on their wings. Lastly I glued some scrap dots I had in my stash to act as falling snow.
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