Fashion

CutCardstock Design Team Project: Thanks Darling!

A few days ago, I featured this project up on the CutCardstock blog.  They have some really great glitter paper options, so I was excited to use them for this card.

I love sparkle! It shows up a lot in my projects and for this card, I had some fun with some some new supplies and shimmery glitter paper from the CutCardstock store.   I used some POW! Silver Glitter paper along with a bit of POW! Black Glitter paper for this sweet thank you card. 

I wanted to keep some softness to the front, so instead of using colored cardstock for the front of my white notecard, I blended 2 colors of aqua ink along the edges.  I actually made the card from some Cougar White Super Smooth cardstock in 100# weight that I just purchased.  This is perfect for creating your own notecards and die cuts since it's a thicker weight.  It holds up to ink blending really well too.  I also got some 130# weight which I can't wait to try for my tags

 

I heat embossed the bold sentiment onto a white panel using Versamark Onyx Black ink along with some clear embossing powder.

Before adding the rest of my embellishments, I adhered the panel onto some of the POW! Black Glitter paper.  I love how it just gives a little bit of shimmer and gives some grounding to the card panel.

Who wouldn't want to twirl in a glitter skirt?

 

 

There is a huge variety of glitter paper and cardstock in the CutCardstock store, so be sure to head over there to see all the options.  Thanks for joining me and have a great day!

 

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Video: Kat Scrappiness Design Team Project--You Are Fabulous

 

 

Hi Everyone!

It's Heidi and I'm here with a project using a fun new Echo Park paper pad from Kat's shop called Fashionista.  The fashion theme definitely called for me to incorporate the  Wonky Wavy Stitched Rectangle die from Kat Scrappiness.  I am in love with that wonderfully wavy stitched detail along the edge!

I wanted to break from my usual straight lines in my layering, so I did a kind of "decoupage-inspired" background with the paper pad. 

I have a video below showing how I put this card together.  I have all the products I used from the Kat Scrappiness Shop linked below.  Be sure to head over there and use the coupon code:  Heidi10 to receive 10% off your purchase.  Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

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Never Ending Rectangle dies

Wonky Wavy Stitched Rectangle dies

Retro Christmas sequin mix

Technique Tuesday--Say It 2-Fabulous stamp set

Mudra Stamps--Wild Rose 4x4 stamp set

Echo Park Fashionista 6x6 paper pad

Versafine Onyx Black Pigment Ink Pad

Ranger Clear Embossing Powder

Inkadinkado Embossing Magic Pad

Ranger Multi Medium Matte 

Tim Holtz Tonic Stamp Platform

Foam Tape

White Cardstock

Black Cardstock

Copic Markers

Tape runner


CASology Challenge:Space

week2b2272b-2bspace Hi Everyone! I played along with this week's CASology challenge using a clean design with lots of white space: casology.JPG I used a new stamp set from the Carta Bella Metropolitan Girl line along with a Spectrum Noir Sparkle pen in Moonstone and a sentiment from WPlus9's Sparkle and Shine.  I love mixing stamp sets.  You definitely get more mileage that way! casology-2 I lightly brushed the sparkle pen in between the lines being careful not to color the black areas.  It gives a nice watercolor look.  You could use watercolors as well, but I love the shimmery sparkle of these pens (and the control). casology-1 This card can easily be made into multiples using other colors of the sparkle pens.  In addition to Moonstone, I used Rose Quartz and Soft Jade. casology-4 Thanks for joining me!  I'll be back next time with more from the Metropolitan Girl line. SUPPLIES:

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