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.





Supplies:
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 :-)


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




What do you think about the project?

Touch of Africa (canvas)