Some of you may know that I am on the Design Team for Creative Card Crew. Mari is the owner and I was checking out her blog today and ran across a couple challenge sites that caught my eye. I'm entering a card in the Alphabet Challenge blog. The letter and challenge this fortnight is K for Kind Thoughts. Every two weeks this changes (previous was J for jewels).
I have been wanting to do something with this new Hostess Stamp set from Stampin'Up (I'm a demonstrator if you need anything I could help you with that :0). The sentiment is from another new set.
Do you have a friend or relative that you enjoy being with but live far apart and don't see each other very often? I do, a sister. The sentiment on this card outside and inside says it all!! (Wonder if Beth will be seeing this before she gets the card in the snail mail.)
I took some pictures of the step by step when making this card so if you look below you'll see that. (Be sure to leave a comment if you want to see more tutorials)
K for Kind thoughts (be sure to look at the inside of the card for the finished thought)
Picture and written tutorial:
|when I finished coloring I had to let it dry.|
|water colored butterflies, cut and adhered to card. (I colored 2 thinking I might need then didn't oh well I have on for another project.)|
Finish the card. Added a pink ribbon (to cover a smudge) and some signo white to the stamens of the flowers, put focal image on a piece of black then popped all up on card base of Soft Sky. Well that's it wasn't hard maybe just a tad time consuming- I guess I could have used the heat tool to dry things quicker but I was doing laundry while I stamped. (maybe I didn't have to plead the 5th??? tee hee)
If this tutorial was helpful PLEASE leave me a comment - anyone doing this knows that it is time consuming and I really would like to use my time well. So if you gained from this and would like to see more, let me know.
I Love sharing my Visions!!! Today I'm off to the corn patch (should already be there but wanted to finish this). Have a great day!