Saturday, June 16, 2018

Ride On

Hello everyone and happy Saturday!
It is my day to take over the blog at SumMore Fun and I went for a fun, summer time vibe with my card.  So let's check it out.

I started with a white piece of card stock cut to 4" x 5 1/4" and stamped the "Bug" stamp with some Archival Red Geranium Ink. I am using the Raisin Boat Off to Party (10003-Z) stamp set and corresponding sentiments.  I then colored in the bumper area and tires with a black fine tip pen.

Using Copic Markers in N0, N1 and N5 I colored in some pavement adding some dot details to where the tires would have driven.  I found some black glitter washi tape and some black and white grid washi in my stash of crafty supplies and added that to the bottom of the card.  I then used the "Ride On" sentiment in the set to stamp on the license plate in black ink and the little flower stamp onto the back window in gold ink. I added the panel to a piece of black card stock cut to 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" and then added that to a side folding white A2 sized card base.  To finish my card I added some black enamel dots in small and medium and then used my Silver Moondust Nuvo Crystal Drops on the tail lights and a coating of Grey Mist Translucent Nuvo Jewel Drops over the back window. I set it all aside to dry for 24 hours and that finished off this card.  See you all soon! Thanks for stopping by.

Off to Party -Old Design (10003-Z)
Off to Party

Friday, June 8, 2018

SumMore Fun Challenge #30 - Land of the Free

Hello everyone,
Our new challenge #30 is up and we want you to join us!  This mood board is amazing and perfect for masculine cards.  I used the mood board and the colors and came up with this design. So let's check it out:

I started with a white A2 card base and then layered some blue card stock that was cut to 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" on top.  I then cut out a piece of Kraft card stock to 4" x 5 1/4" and placed fun foam on the back, then layered it onto the blue card stock with a slight angle.  I then pulled out an old Webster Dictionary I use just for crafty projects and using the page with "Country" on it, I tore the page gently to give it a worn edge and then took the Eagle stamp from the Raisin Boat Strokes of Pride (10212-Z) stamp set and using some Hot Fudge Ink I stamped the Eagle on the top left side of the page, I then treated the page with my anti-static powder tool and stamped the star from the same set on the bottom right corner going off the edge with Versamark Ink then heat set with Simon Says Stamp Embossing Powder in Steel Navy.  I ripped a page out of the dictionary with more open space and stamped the large sentiment in Versamark Ink and again used the Steel Navy embossing powder, then ripped the edges around the sentiment and used some vellum adhesive on the back.  I then took some gold embroidery thread and wrapped it around my fingers into a nest and laid that behind the sentiment for some added interest.   Thanks for stopping by, see you all soon and please go over to the mood board and link your project up.
Challenge #30

Strokes of Pride (10212-Z)

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Introducing Our Wild One

Hello everyone,
It is my day to take over the blog and I am so excited to share this adorable baby card with you.  I started with a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" card base using some cute striped pattern paper, I then cut down a piece of blue card stock to 4" x 5 1/4" and popped it up with some fun foam.  I layered some burlap ribbon, striped card stock and my "Introducing our...." sentiment stamped onto Kraft card stock onto the blue paper.  I then cut a circle out of Kraft card stock and then a smaller circle out of white and placed fun foam between the layers to give it some added dimension.  I then cut out a cute little onesie in blue ombre colored card stock and then stamped the adorable lion from the "Onesie, Twosie (10038-Z)" Raisin Boat stamp set onto some white card stock. I colored him in with my Tombow markers and then fussy cut him and laid him onto the onesie.  I added some glitter to the mane and some black glaze to the eyes. I stamped the "Wild One" sentiment onto another piece of Kraft card stock and then made a little banner with some blue paper and striped paper and put that behind the focal point.  To finish it off I added a few confetti sequins in blue in different sizes and my card is complete.

Our current challenge is still up, I have attached the link below for you to join us and the stamps I have used are listed below.  Thank you all, see you soon!

Challenge #29
Onesie, Twosie (10038-Z)

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