I am super honored to be the Guest Designer for Color Hues and this time the colors are Orange and Green. These colors remind me of fall and pumpkin, but I decided to do something a little different. 😅 I used Hero Arts Hoppy Days Stamp Set and Waffle Flower Sunburst Stencil for this card.
Check out the Color Hues blog for all the beautiful inspirations created by the Design team and join in on the fun. I can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with.
I hope you enjoy the card and thank you for stopping by!
Today, I’m playing with Color Hues Color Challenge and A Blog Named Hero’s June Challenge. The two colors for Color Hues are Aqua and Black and A Blog Named Hero’s Challenge is Monochrome.
I started ink blending with Gina K Designs Tranquil Teal , Turquoise Sea, and Sea Glass from top to bottom. I used Hero Arts’ Butterfly Confetti Fancy Die to die cut out my background. I thought the butterflies on matte, black cardstock was boring, so I added some shimmer with Ink on 3 Liquid Pixie Dust.
After my background was done, I stamped the butterfly from Unity Stamp Another Name for Love stamp set with GKD Amalgam Ink and colored it with Copic Markers. I used some White Gelly Roll to give the butterfly some dimensions and fussy cut it out. I heat embossed the sentiment from Clearly Besotted Playful Pair Stamp set with Hero Arts’ Underwater Embossing Powder.
I loved how this turned out, but I need some more inks to blend with.
Happy Sunday! I’m back joining My Favorite Things Color Challenge and CAS Colours and Sketches. These colors remind me of the beach so I went back to Hero Arts May’s Monthly Kit.
I started ink blending the card with GKD’s Turquoise Sea, Sea Glass, and Sandy Beach ink from top to bottom. I inked out the images with GKD Amalgam Ink and colored them with watercolor markers. I die cut them out and attached them to the card.
I stamped the sentiment from the same kit on the bottom right. I die cut out a turquoise rectangle with Pink and Main Stitched Rectangles Die Set to be the card base.
Happy Saturday! This is my last post as Just Us Girls’ Guest Designer for the month of May. This month’s final challenge is a Wild Card Week with Spots and/or Dots.
For this week, I’m playing with Hero Art’s May Monthly Kit. I’m loving this ocean themed set. I used Gina K Designs Sea Glass, Tranquil Teal, and Blue Denim ink to ink blend on a grey cardstock. Then, I used Gina K Designs White Pigment Ink on Funky Fossil Designs Dotty Circle Stencil Background. I also added some water droplets to give it a more watery vibe.
I heat embossed the jellyfish from the May Monthly Kit onto vellum with Recollections Pearl Embossing Powder to give it some shine. I decided to use vellum to give it that see through appearance and added some color by inblending GKD Peach Bellini and Coral Reef to the back of the vellum. I heat embossed the sentiment with Altenew Pure White Crisp Embossing Powder.
I would like to thank all the ladies at Just Us Girls for having me this month. It’s been an honor. Check out their wonderful designs for this week and I can’t wait to see what you come up with.
When I saw this sketch from My Favorite Things, I knew I wanted to combine it with the Color Hue Red and Grey Challenge.
I started with coloring the Clearly Besotted Hot Stuff Stamp Set with Spreey Watercolor Brush Pens, and then fussy cutting them out. I added some red and white dots on the dragon to give them some more dimension. Next I inked some Gina K Designs Red Hot on to some white cardstock and cut them into 4 pieces. I stamped some dandelion and the sentiment from the Hero Arts Make a Wish Stamp Set into the small squares.
Since it’s a birthday card, I decided to add some stenciled sprinkles sprinkling down in the background. I used Gina K Design’s Soft Stone to ink the sprinkles in. Once all the pieces of the card were done, I assembled them together.
I loved the clean and simple card with the deer as the focal point.
This is my version.
Since Christmas is over, I decided to move away from Christmas cards to make this greeting card. I used Hero Arts Make a Wish Stamp Set to make this patterned paper with Hero Arts Cotton Candy Ink and Gina K Amalgam Ink. I colored the mouse with Alcohol markers from Tombow ABT Pro and Daiso Fluently. Lastly, I assembled the card together and attached some Rhinestones from Fun Stampers Journey onto the card.