My papercraft and card making projects

Monday, 23 March 2015

birthday wishes

 
My version of Sue Wilson's card using her new corner dies
 
I tinted some pearlescent card from my stash with Adirondack aqua ink for the layer under the sentiment and used the same card as a final mat.
 
The flowers are vellum tinted with the same ink, as is the [white] ribbon.
 
I made the stickpins with Sue's new elements plus some of my own, snipping off the fixed pearl on the head.

Sunday, 22 March 2015

best wishes

 
Another of Sue Wilson's designs showcasing the gorgeous new Greek Island Background die, embellished with the ivy Finishing Touches.
 
On my version I have used the Cornflower as an embellishment and there is a layer with diamond sprinkles under the trellis of the die.

Saturday, 21 March 2015

friend like a rainbow

 
I had fun working out how to replicate this Sue Wilson design!
It is one that she blogged to showcase her new Square Frame die.
 
I used the new lilac card I bought with some of the pumice coloured card as a variation to white/milk.  It is like a very muted, palest of grey.
 
Luckily I also had the stamp sentiment.

Thursday, 19 March 2015

delightful

 
Periwinkle blue and white card for this Sue Wilson design
 
My first attempt at this kind of ribbon bow using the new satin ribbon from creative expressions.
 
 

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

thanks for everything

 
This Sue Wilson design card is again using the 'bed of roses' embossing folder.
 
I used lilac and white card.
The flower is made from the camellia and the classic rose dies, scrunched up and tipped with shaded lilac ink.
 
[I have a new pack of card I bought labelled 'lilac' also but it is a different, more pinkish, shade.  It is a nice colour nonetheless.  I will use it soon]

Monday, 16 March 2015

you're special to me

 
Peach and white card for this Sue Wilson design
 
It showcases her new 'bed of roses' embossing folder which I think is one of the best so far!
 
On the peach square embossed piece I used the reverse/deboss of the folder as they are both stunning.
 
Creative Expressions have these new sentiment stamps in clear polymer which I really love - much easier to place your stamped image.

Saturday, 14 March 2015

just for you

 
This is a more 'masculine' style card designed by Sue Wilson and recently shown on her blog.
 
The background embossing folder is one of her new 8 x 8 inch folders in a snakeskin pattern.  The technique here is just embossed on brown card then walnut stain distress ink swiped over the surface.  A very realistic leather effect.
 
I made two of these with slightly different sized frame [with the 'rope' embossed edge] as I imagine they will be popular for my charity.