Here are the cards I got in return for my Berry Burst Glossy Cardstock Card.
This one was my favorite! Karen is always showing us new tricks and this is no exception. She used four colors of re-inkers and wadded up plastic wrap to create a one of a kind background. Each re-inker has it’s own plastic wrap wad and you simply stamp on the Shimmery White Cardstock with it to create a watercolor look background. It’s much prettier in person, I need to work on my photography. 🙂
Here is another one using the new embossing paste that I simply must have soon.
Here is my second swap card from my Saturday swap. For this one we needed to highlight a new accessory from the catalog. I really wanted to do something with the Glossy Cardstock and when I saw this post, I had to try it. Let me say, you WILL get inky doing this. (You may notice that those Wood Texture circles are recycled from the card in my last post. Waste not, want not.) On Thursday I’ll post the cards I got in return.
When I first saw the A Little Wild set, I thought of making this card. I love that you get the backs of the animals. 🙂 I made this card for a swap this past Saturday. On Thursday I’ll show you the cards I got in return.
My daughter just finished fifth grade and for us that means on to middle school. I’m trying to catch up on her scrapbook this summer, so far I’ve almost completed Kindergarten. 🙂 This is not a completely Stampin’ Up! project, I used my Silhouette Cameo to create the title (I love my Cameo). The designer series paper is retired from Sale-a-bration, as well as retired Watermelon Wonder ink for some of the hot air balloons.
The layout is based on this sketch from Let’s Scrap: