For this card, i had inked up a sponge with Calypso Coral ink, sprayed the sponge with water, then used the sponge to swipe across the panel, both along the bottom half, and an isolated spot on the top half. I stamped the sentiment using black, then just die cut the elements, stamped some of the images on those die cuts, then placed them all accordingly, and added a few White Perfect Accents dots.
pretty easy! i will be making a video tutorial for this card soon!
i recently purchased the Stars Framelits Dies, and really wanted to incorporate those into a shaker birthday card somehow...
well, here's what happened after about an hour and a half! :oD
The great thing is, you can use just about any color for this card to customize it to the person you are giving it to! I did want to go for a girls card, and make it 'rocky'! so what better than black and Melon Mambo?
I think i will make a few more...
most of this is pretty self explanatory, but i should mention i stamped the stars on the Cardbase in Craft White using the Perpetual Birthday Calendar set, and used my Dies to make the large stars, and i used a retired star punch for the small accent star, but there are other dies currently available that you could substitute very nicely for the same look.
The theme at Stampin' Royalty this week is to choose one of the Goddesses favorite color schemes and make a project using those colors! My favorite colors are Black, White, and Melon Mambo, with a touch of Pink Pirouette!
i love the boldness, but girly-ness about these colors.. they are so 'me'!
I had a few little goodies i wanted to give to a friend, so i bundled them up, tied them with some ribbon, and roughly measured around it to see how big i needed to make my 'bag'. I then used those measurements to cut some DSP from the Pop of Pink Specialty pack, then used some scraps from the same pack, and made a bag and some banners, then used my Whisper White, cut a panel, then stamped using the Grateful Bunch and Swirly Bird sets. I can't wait to give this to my friend!