Reverse Confetti Thanks Square Die With Alcohol Inks

Hello again.. still playing catch up. I made a couple of thank you cards with the Reverse Confetti Thanks Square die. It’s a nice one to put over a fun background panel you have created or patterned paper.

Reverse Confetti Thanks Square Die

For this card I created a Pearl Alcohol Ink background I think on the silver sparkle Alcohol ink paper. Such a pretty look. I keep saying I am going to keep notes as I go along creating but I was knee deep in lots of Thank You’s to create and I always forget. Then just die cut the sentiment and you are about done.

Reverse Confetti Thanks Square Die

Here is one more shot to show the shimmer and shine on the card.

Honey Bee Stamps Large Thanks Die

I made another one using a flower I had already colored. I didn’t like the color of the other flowers so I stamped more and colored them. I used Zig Clean Color pens on these. I also went over the leaves and flowers with a shimmer pen which is hard to see in the photo. I think I went back over the black too to make it nice and bold.

The background is just a piece of cardstock that I feel was a little more yellow orange in real life.

I die cut the thanks and attached everything to the card.

Supplies:

  • Reverse Confetti Thanks Square die
  • Pearl Alcohol Ink
  • Alcohol Ink Silver Sparkle Cardstock
  • Altenew Hennah Elements stamp set
  • Zig Clean Color pens
  • Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Glitter Gloss pen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fathers Day Cards

Howdy! Here’s the two Fathers Day Cards I made. One for my Dad who just turned 90 and one for my hubby. My hubby has been a great Dad to my son.

The first one is the one I made for my Dad. He liked to sail so I thought the ocean scene would be nice.

Hero Arts Reef Border DieHero Arts My Monthly Hero March 2019

 

 

 

 

 

For the background I did a few layers of Oxide Distress ink letting them dry in between on watercolor paper. I cut out the reef border using a Hero Arts die.

The fish were fun… I used a piece of Ranger Silver Sparkle Alcohol Ink Cardstock and put some alcohol ink on it. It comes out so cool with such a nice shimmer. Then I die cut a couple of the fish from one of the Hero Arts My Monthly Hero sets.

For the sentiment I used a Hero Arts stamp set and a Hero Arts Ombre ink pad.

Supplies:

  • Hero Arts Celebrate Everyday – sentiment
  • Ranger Silver Sparkle Alcohol Ink Cardstock
  • Hero Arts My Monthly Hero Kit March 2019
  • Hero Arts Reef Border Die

Here is the card I made for my hubby. He uses the two coffee makers on the card to make coffee. One is a french press and the other is a moka pot. We love Tahoe and he has a black mug with a bit of a scene on it and it says Lake Tahoe. I tried drawing the scene on there but it just wasn’t working so I just decided to write the Lake Tahoe part.

Janes Doodles Coffee Time

For this card I made the background somehow. Ha. It’s probably just some watercolor put on simply or Distress ink.  I added the coffee rings using a stencil.

I die cut a couple of rectangles with a die with double stitching.

The mug, french press and moka pot are stamped and heat embossed. I colored them with Copics. The mug sits up a little higher with foam tape under it.

The sentiment is heat embossed using brown embossing powder.

Supplies:

  • TCW Mini Butterfly Collage stencil
  • Sentiment stamp by the Artful Stamper
  • Jane’s Doodles Coffee Time stamp
  • Cottage Cutz Double Stitched Rectangle die set
  • Copic Pens

 

 

 

 

 

Hero Arts Reef Border Die Cut

Howdy! I have a sparkle and shine project for you today. Wow it’s a new month (time is always flying by) and a new challenge over at a2z Scrapbooking. It is Sparkle and Shine.

Hero Arts Reef Border Die

 

For the background of my card it’s about shimmer. I put some alcohol ink on Silver Sparkle Alcohol Ink Cardstock. Let me just say it is a great look.

I then used just the center part of the Hero Arts Reef Border die to cut the fun window out of the Neenah white paper.

For the turtle and seahorse I stamped those and die cut them. They are from two different Hero Arts sets. After die cutting them I added Stickles to the turtle and down the seahorse (a little hard to see in the photo). I used Hero Arts cube inks for the turtle and seahorse. The seahorse ink is Hero Arts new reactive ink.

For the sentiment I die cut that out of the same shimmer panel used for the background.

July

 

Join in the fun challenge for July “Sparkle & Shine“!

 

 

 

The a2z scrapbooking store carries a wide variety of Hero Arts products as well as a nice selection of digital stamps! Use my discount code karen15 to get 15% off your purchase of $25 or more.

 

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