2021/11/28

Happy Ever After – Two-Tone Glitter Ritz

 


Hi Artsy Friends,

I need to make a wedding card for a subordinate. I revisited an old card and made this one. It’s sparkly gorgeous. 

In my country, red is a traditional color for wedding event despite that nowadays young people may not follow the tradition. I used it anyway. Hope my card is eye-pleasing to you. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

Card Details

1. Stencil is by Simon Says Stamp. Stamp and sentiment are by STAMPlorations.

2. For Two-Tone Glitter Ritz Technique, please check out my old card. I also applied an old school technique – Faux Metal Technique for the sentiment.

Challenges Entered

I love using dies and stencils in my cards. If I need to choose only one, I’d choose stencil because it’s inexpensive and can be used to stamp, layering, emboss, etc. And you can apply lots of media on it to achieve versatile effects.

2021/11/20

Floral Flurries Thermos

Hi Artsy Friends,

My favorite thermos has a terrible (ugly) appearance because I use it every day. 

Inspired by artworks of Altenew’s “Get Wild with Washi Creativity Inspired: Washi Tape Contest 2021!”, I decided to dig out my brand new Altenew Washi Tape to cover the bottle.

I applied two layers of washi tape which created awesome visual depth. I think the new look is great and I love it even though there are some wrinkles. Wrinkles are organic, and handmade doesn’t need to be perfect, right? 

Anyway, flower power! I can’t wait to bring my Floral Flurries Thermos out. Thanks for stopping by and have a cheerful day.

Challenge Entered

2021/11/07

Thinking of You – Stencil Monoprint

Hi Artsy Friends,

It’s time to play along with Happy Little Stampers Stencil Challenge again. The November Challenge Theme remains to be Anything Goes.       

For Challenge Rules and other DT’s inspirations, please check out the Challenge Blog. Please join us for the fun. I can’t wait to see what you have come up with.  

I’ve been buried by overwhelming matters (both business and personal) lately. In order to deliver my DT artwork, I dug out a Stencil Monoprint background that I made in August. This is in fact a Make-Two-At-One-Time project.  I’m so grateful that I saved it which in turn saved my day! Ha! Hope this card is eye-pleasing to you. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.


Card Details

1. The Make-Two-At-One-Time project’s two stenciled background is shown above. And for my first card, please check out here.  

2. Stencil and Butterfly die cut are by Simon Says Stamp and so is the Holographic Rainbow Paper which is used for butterfly die cut. Scribble die cut is by Tim Holtz, Sizzix. Sentiment is by Hero Arts. 

Challenges Entered
I hope my non-standard flowers wreath background is qualitied.
My favorite circle embellishment is scribble circle like the one I used in this card. It adds texture to the background with artsy effect. Sometimes standard is boring! Ha!
I did not play with the optional twist.

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