Monday, 30 July 2018

Shaker card

Today I would like to share a project
inspired by Nichol Magouirk
in my next AECP course - Seasonal Scene Building.
I prepared a rectangle piece of white cardstock for the background,
die cut a black frame and a panel of transparent foil. 
Then I added the distress ink using my foam tool. I also covered a part of the background with a circle to create the moon.
I stamped the pheasant, the bird's footprints and the bushes in black,
and the sentiment 'All good things are wild and free' on the transparency. 
After that I stamped the bird's footprints and the dots in white
on the black frame to create the scene.
Finally, I used a few layers of thick cardstock to build up the shaker.
I put confetti and two red and two blue tiny die-cut hearts inside
and finished the shaker.

I enjoyed making this first-in-my-life shaker card.
Thank you Nichol for your tutorial.

white cardstock, black cardstock, transparent foil, 
Mustard Seed Distress Ink, Peacock Feathers Distress Ink,
Faded Jeans Distress Ink, Seedless Preserves Distress Ink,
stamp set (probably from Creative Stamping),
sentiment (Die-cutting Essentials), confetti,
Stamperia black ink, Latarnia Morska white ink.

Sunday, 1 July 2018

Folia metaliczna tym razem ... / Let It Shine - Foil

Today I would like to share a project
inspired by Carissa in my next AECP course - Let It Shine.

In this project I decided to transfer foil onto the front panel.
I covered a white cardstock piece with the double-sided adhesive tape
and die-cut the Sto Lat. Then I added three strips of the adhesive tape down the front panel of the card, each strip of a different length.
I laid a piece of foil over the die cut piece and the strips on the panel,
pressed them well and ran both through my Joy!crafts machine.
After that I glued the die-cut white lace frame, Sto Lat sentiment
and coordinating dots.
So I let the panel shine :-)

Rosy Owl Sto Lat die, transfer foil, white cardstock,
double-sided adhesive tape, lace frame die, dots.

What do you think about the project?

Clean & simple