Reverse Confetti: February Sketch For You To Try + Slider Card

Buenas Crafty Friends,

Today I will be sharing with you yet another slider card. This card will be my first entry for Reverse Confetti Sketch For You To Try February Challenge. Here is the sketch #3333_Feb2016

For the slider card I used again different products from my favorite crafting companies. Here are some photos and a short video.


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Steps:

  1. Cut card base 5 x 10″ and score at 5″
  2. Cut two front panel to 5 x 5″
  3. I marked where I wanted the cut circles on one of my panels and die cut using Circles N’ Scallops Confetti Cuts
  4. On one piece of the front panel I stamped the two bunnies from the Lunar Animals on the top and the two bottom circles I stamped the bunny butt (hehe..) using Bunny Hop and the stamped heart is from Honey Bunny. I also added some carrots and Easter eggs
  5. I adhere the panel with the stamped bunnies to my card base.
  6. I colored all the stamped images (excluding the heart) using my prismacolored pencils.
  7. For the slider piece I cut it to about 4 x 5.25″ and stamped the sentiments from Bunny Hop and Honey Bunny.
  8. I adhere the scallop die cuts to circles and adhere it to the card base using foam tape. It gives a bit of room for the slider piece to slider in and out.
  9. For the bunny on the upper right. My ink smeared as I made the eyes darker. I didn’t want to start all over again. So, I stamped the bunny onto a scarp white piece and colored him and then fussy cut it and adhered in on top of the previous stamped bunny. Turned out great!

That’s it for today’s post. I hope I created a card right for the challenge. Thanks for stopping by! Have a beautiful day!

Xoxo,

Lydine

Products Used:

  • Bazzill Cardstock: Apple Crush
  • Neenah Solor White 110lbs. Cardstock
  • Reverse Confetti: Circles N’ Scallops Confetti Cuts
  • Newton’s Nook: Bunny Hop
  • Mama Elephant: Lunar Animals / Honey Bunny
  • Prisma Colored Pencils
  • Inks: Versafine: Onyx Black / Hero Arts: Ombre Pink to Red
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Hello Beautiful + Second entry for Hero Arts: Fabulous Flowers Challenge

Have Adai Everyone,

Sorry for this late post! Had some family that came in from Saipan (sister island) and I’ve been exhausted with the family gatherings filled with fun and laughter! Family time is everything to me. 

I created this card using Hero Arts color layering stamp set. See photo below.

  

Love this stamp set and all of Hero Arts Color Layering sets. Simply gorgeous! Ok, on to the card! I found an inspiration on Pinterest and wanted to create a card just like it. I’d say it’s not as gorgeous as Joni’s card but I’m happy with the end result. Here’s a link to her blog post with her beautiful creations http://jonininaandaya.blogspot.com/2014/10/pretty-pink-posh-october-blog-hop.html 

Here’s some photos of the card I made. 

   

I used spellbinders’s border dies for the layers on top of card and for the cute mini flower & leaf is from Lia Griffith. I hope you enjoyed this card as much as I loved making it. This card will be “Card 2” for my entry for the the Hero Arts: Fabulous Flowers Challenge. Thanks for stopping by! 

Xoxo,

Lydine 

Products Used:

  • Hero Arts: For You Flowers 
  • Lia Griffith: Mini Spring Hello
  • Spellbinders: A2 Scallop Borders One
  • Cardstock: Bazzill / Neenah Solor White 110lbs (Card Base) 80lbs (Front Panel)
  • Inks: Papertrey Ink – Pure Poppy, Raspberry Frizz, Sweet Blush, Pine Feather, & New Leaf / Versafine- Onyx Black 

Hero Arts Challenge: Fabulous Flowers 

Hafa Adai Everyone,

Today I will be sharing with you (I’d call it)”Card One” for the Hero Arts Challenge: Fabulous Flowers. I used a mix of different products from all my favorite crafting companies. I am challenging myself to enter all the challenges and making up to the allowed card entries. For Hero Arts, I could enter up to five cards and I have till February 29th. For the next four days I’ll be creating the cards for Hero Arts and also add another card entry for a different challenge.

It sounds a lot of work but I’m willing to do it and gain more (I’d say) artistic brainstorming going on. I’m one of those peeps that work really well under pressure and knowing there’s a time limit. It makes me brainstorm faster & better (well, I’m hoping better!) Lol… So… Here goes… See below for my entry “Card One”


And here’s a close up

That’s all for today! Thank you for stopping by! Have a beautiful day!

Xoxo,

Lydine

Products Used:

  • Concord & 9th: Layers of Love Die
  • Hero Arts: Color Layering Large Orchid Stamp
  • Winnie & Walter: Mini Scenery- Multigrain Stamp
  • Inks Used: Papertrey Ink- Sweet Blush, Raspberry Frizz, Pure Poppy, & New Leaf / Versafine- Onyx Black