Post#176 Thank You Card

Today I'm sharing a very simple Thank You card....The card base is plain pink....the top layer watercolour style background has been created by using Twinkling H2O shade called Sugar Plum....once the watercolour was dry, I stamped the sentiment with green dye ink....I then used a chevron die to die cut six different shades of green... Continue Reading →

Post#174 – Distress Inks,Stencils+Water Background Cards

I have followed a tutorial by Jennifer McGuire to create backgrounds for all these cards....I got quite excited by such a good result and went ahead and made a couple more cards using this technique...Here is the link for the tutorial - Easy Distress Ink Backgrounds by Jennifer McGuireIt's an excellent video so there is... Continue Reading →

Post#94 With Love Balloon Tag

Today I'm sharing a simple tag....I chose a blue cardstock for the ┬ábase and punched at the top using a tag topper punch and rounded the corners of the base...And in an attempt to try Twinkling H2O watercolors again, I coloured a bit of white cardstock using these watercolours and die cut a balloon and... Continue Reading →

Post#74 Best Wishes Card

Today I'm sharing another simple card...The cards base is plain white with a white top layer...on the top layer I have stamped a doily stamp twice in black StazOn ink...then I coloured it in with emerald shade of twinkling h2o watercolour....I coloured just a few sections on the large doily stamp and I think it... Continue Reading →

Post#70 Giftbag and Matching Tag

I'm experimenting with Twinkling H2O watercolours and still haven't been able to use them properly....but they are so vibrant and glossy that my experiments aren't going to waste...I was able to use them in my projects quite easily....Today I'm sharing two such projects.....The first one is a gift bag made out of two layers of... Continue Reading →

Post#64 ‘Believe’ Encouragement Card

I haven't made many encouragement cards,and I wanted to try one where the sentiment is the focal point and the stamping or embellishments do not overshadow it...I chose a lime green card base and a plain white top layer....and on the white paper I stamped a leaf stamp with electric lime dye ink...then stamped again... Continue Reading →

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