Weekend Crafting

Can’t believe that we’re nearing the end of July – where has the year gone? With the resurgence of COVID-19 we’re back in ISO so nothing better to do than craft.

First up is a card for The Flower Challenge #46 – Summer/Winter.

I decided to follow the winter aspect and went with a sponged panel in SU Pool Party ink which feels cool and wintery to me. I added a SU stamp ‘Beautifully braided’ over the panel then did a little bit of thin mounting and my card was done.

Next is a card for Less is More #424 – Christmas in July.

I stamped my image along the edge, coloured with my Stampin Blends, then fussy cut around the image and mounted it over a bit of glittery white cardstock. I decided not to include a sentiment so that the focus remains on the characters.

Next is a card for TGIF Challenges #274 – Paper Scraps.

I love using paper scraps and cut up some SU DSP from the Prized Peony suite. I also used the die set to make the flower from a water coloured piece of card in Petal Pink ink.

Next is a card for:

My favourite food during summer is an ice-cream. I used the SU ‘Cool treats’ stamp set and coloured in the cute cone images and added them to a popped up sentiment banner with a little bit of gold thread behind.

Next is a card for Freshly Made Sketches #445 and Dies R Us #149 – Christmas in July.

I created an alcohol ink background with some gold flakes which I placed behind a circle die cut and added my sentiment over the top with a few die cut leaves from SU Forever Fern.

Well that’s it for today. Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the rest of your weekend.

20 thoughts on “Weekend Crafting”

  1. I have enjoyed looking at your cards, all are just fabulous! The clean and simple design for the ice cream card is so eye catching. Thank you for sharing with us at the Alphabet Challenge!
    Melanie

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  2. I spotted your OLC in the LIM gallery and had to pop by to say how cute thpse peeking characters were – great design! – and I was treated to a whole bunch of fabulous cards! Love the Beautifully Braided too – this masked sponging is so effective!

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