Today I’d love to share clean and simple Valentine’s Day card using Basic Stenciling technique that I learned from the StampNation Technique Toolbox: Creative Stencil and Medium.
On this card I used a circle stencil that I cut a cardstock with Silhouette Cameo. Lay the stencil on the card and then stamp the heart inside the row of circles.
I skiped 4 hearts on the second row for the sentiment that I stamped using MISTI for solid image stamping.
Supplies I used on this card:
- Canson Watercolor Paper 140 lbs.
- My Anchor Stamp Set (CTMH)
- Silhouette Cameo (to create stencil)
- Picked Raspberry Mini Disterss Ink
- Black Chalk Fluid Edger (Prima Marketing)
- Acrylic stamping block
Today I Link up at:
CASology Week 184 – Valentine
SSS Wednesday Challenge – Simon Says One Layer
Craftin Desert Diva Week 2 Link Up – Hearts
The Card Concept #48 – Sweet Hearts
Valentine’s is 5 days away and today I am sharing a clean and simple card Valentine’s Day card that I made for Joyful Stars February Blog Hop and enter it at 3 challenge blogs.
For the blog hop, you should arrive from Donna’s blog, but if you are here first, you can continue hopping to make the loop. You can always go to Joyce’s blog to start and see the full listof participants.
On a piece of Watercolor Paper, I stamped all the flower images from Wavy Blooms stamp set using Black Archival Ink. Then I colored using Watercolor Pencils and using Blending Pen to give the watercolor look and it works perfectly for smaller lines like on those flowers. Less messy, too
I cut a strip of paper from La Vie En Rose paper packet to use as the bottom border on the front card, then I glued the watercolored flower paper on it.
For the sentiment and the inside of the card, I stamped the letters from Inked Alphabet stamp set using Black Archival Ink. Aren’t they beautiful handwriting style? I wish I could write that way
And I finished my card with some Red Enamel Heart and it’s ready for me to write some love notes.
You next hop is Yvonne’s blog to see what she has created for you. I hope you like my card today and inspired to make some handmade cards
I link up my card at:
Kathy Racoosin’s 30-Day Coloring Challenge: to color something at least 5 minutes every day. Doesn’t it sound like a fun challenge? You can read all about it on her blog.
SSS Wednesday Challenge Blog: Have A Heart
Craftin Dessert Divas – Linky Party Week 2
Thank You so much for visiting today!
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For the first time this month I am joining Kathy Racoosin’s 30-days coloring challenge. It is a challenge for me for sure because it is not only for me to practice my coloring skill, but also, it is a fun time for me and my daughters to do art together!
If you are new to this 30-days coloring challenge like me, you can read all about it here. Kathy is an amazing coloring artist, she also share tips & tutorials on her blog. You also can link up your coloring projects on her blog or share it on social media, like Instagram using the hashtag #thedailymarker30day.
This first week, I was able to finish 3 coloring projects. The first two pages are from Growing Through Prayer Study And Journal Book. oh yes, this study book includes coloring pages! It is also available for kids.
The first page above, I colored it using coloring pencils I got from Target when we went school-supplies shopping back in the Fall. They are great coloring pencils and work well to do simple shadowing.
The second page below I colored it using Sakura Gelly Roll Metallic Pens! I had fun time coloring it. It is sparkly and metallic-y 😀 But the downside is that it bleed through the pages becuase it is regular book printing pages. So, I would suggest to use coloring pencils only.
The third page is from Adornit ArtPlay Coloring Book – Chamberry that I colored using Loew Cornell watercolor cakes. This is gorgeous and high quality coloring book! This page is ready to be put on the frame.
I enter this watercolored page at Little Tangled Challenge #65 – Watercolor
Spending 5-15 minutes a day just to color sounds so relaxing and fun, doesn’t it? I hope you will join this challenge, too
Have a fabulius weekend and Thank you for stopping by!
Welcome to CTMH – Share The Love Blog Hop! On this blog hop, we are featuring the new special stamp set to support Operation Smile™, an organization that provides surgeries to repair cleft lips and palates for children all over the world!
Share The Love (CC1060) is a D-size stamp set filled with adorable icons and loveable sentiments, this stamp set will be a beautiful addition to your collection and perfect for making love cards/notes, scrapbooking layouts and pocket scrapbook cards. Not only will you be getting a high-quality, swoon-worthy stamp set by taking part in this promotion, but Close To My Heart will also donate $7 USD of the proceeds from this stamp set to Operation Smile™.
If you arrive from Jen’s blog, you are are on the right path. If you happen to be here first, you can continue to hop to make the loop to see all the projects created by participated consultants. You can always go to Melinda’s Blog to see the full list of participants for this hop.
I made a Valentine card set using the Share The Love stamp set. And I decided to go with clean and simple style note cards with stamping images and some embellishments.
Supplies I used to make my cards are:
Your next hop is Sheila’s blog to see what she has created for you! THANK YOU so much for stopping by my blog today.
Have a fun blog hopping and a great day!