Thinking of You
First, I created a card base using Pale Gray Cardstock. Next, I used the alphabet die set to create my sentiment. I die cut the letters out of white cardstock and used the beautiful floral stamps to decorate them. I decided to go for my favourite colour combo and I chose to use here the following Altenew Crisp Dye Inks: Puffy Heart, Purple Wine, Forest Glades, Evergreen and Jet Black. Then I adhered the letters with foam tape to add some dimension.
To finish my card off and to complete the sentiment, I used “my friend” stamp from the Thinking of You set.
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Hello Everyone! It is Aga here and I hope everyone is having a great weekend so far! I’m popping in to share a very quick card made with Best Mom stamp set and the coordinating die. I absolutely love this hand-drawn floral image, it gives such a beautiful look to any project.
First, I cut a large triangle shape from a grid patterned paper and used it as a background. Next, I stamped my image using Evergreen Crisp Ink, coloured with watercolour markers and cut it out using the coordinating die. I adhered the die cut to the card but left some pieces without glue so I could lift them up a bit to add some dimension. To finish my card I stamped a sentiment using stamps from the Thinking of You set.
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Hello crafty friends, TGIF! It’s Yoonsun here to share a watercolor flower card using the so beautiful Spring Daisy stamp set.
To start, I stamped the flowers and leaves from the Spring Daisy set on an A2 sized watercolor paper panel with VersaFine Onyx Black – I used Post-It Notes to mask stamped images. I then colored a floral cluster with Distress inks and paint brush: (Red) Festive Berries & Wild Honey / (Yellow) Wild Honey & Mustard Seed / (Leaves) Mowed Lawn. Once the panel was dry, I stamped the sentiment from the Thinking of You set on the panel in Jet Black dye ink. I decorated the bottom of the panel with a thin black diagonal stripe washi tape and then mounted it on an A2 size top folded white card base using double-sided tape. To finish it off, I embellished with a few clear droplets.
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Hello Everyone! It’s Aga here today sharing a card using the Vintage Roses stamp set and the coordinating dies. I think I can say that Vintage Roses it’s one of my favourite set and it’s definitely my go-to set for any feminine type of cards.
For today’s card I went for a warm and soft colour combo. I stamped a floral arrangement in the centre of my card using the Altenew Crisp Dye Inks: Frosty Pink, Cotton Candy, Coral Berry, Grapevine, Buttercream, Mango Smoothie, Warm Sunshine, Carmel Toffee, Peach Perfect and Paper Bag.
Next, I used another white cardstock and cut it to slightly smaller than the size of my card base. I used the coordinating dies and a negative die-cutting technique, to create a frame for the stamped images. Then I used a thin black pen to draw a frame around the panel and I stamped my sentiment from Thinking of You stamp set. My last step was to adhere it with foam squares to pop it up a little.
It’s a very simple technique and a great way for adding some depth to any background!
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Hello Everyone! It’s Aga here today with another super simple CAS card. The idea for this card started with using a beautiful sentiment written in an elegant flowing font to make some frame for a flower.
First I used a thin black pen to draw a frame in the centre of my card and added dots around it. Then I stamped the sentiment from Thinking of You set on the outside. I love how it turned out all together so I wanted to keep my embellishments to a minimum and make the frame to be seen.
So, I stamped a flower from Wild Hibiscus set in light grey and used watercolours to add some colour to it. Then I again stamped the flower with black, this way I don’t have to worry about smearing ink when using watercolours. I cut it out with the coordinating die set and added to my card.
I think there are endless possibilities of what can be put inside the frame.
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Hello Everyone! It’s Aga here with you today and I’m sharing a simple watercoloured card using Lotus stamp set.
I started by stamping the floral arrangement using a masking technique. I used only the outline images and picked out the brightest ink colours for them: Frayed Leaf for green elements and Soft Lilac for the flower. When I was stamping stems, I curved them a little on a acrylic block to make them fit to my arrangement. Then I used watercolours to colour the stamped images.
As I mentioned I used the brightest ink colours just to have some guidelines of where to colour in. Once everything was set and dry I stamped the leaves and flower once again, this time using Evergreen and Deep Iris inks. I also added some pink splatters for the flower and a sentiment from Thinking of You set.
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Hello Everyone! Aga here to share a quick and easy card using Beautiful Day set. My favourite card style is clean and simple with lots of white space but sometimes, I love to challenge myself in doing something different. For my card today, I wanted to try a different approach to my usual CAS style and I used brown kraft card base instead of white cardstock.
I used black ink to stamp flowers and leaves and used a masking technique to create the floral arrangement for my background. For my sentiment I used a bold “thinking of you” from Thinking of You set. Then I stamped a flower with black and two leaves with Forest Glades and Evergreen inks on white cardstock. I cut it out them using coordinating dies and adhered. I used foam tape for the flower to add some extra dimension to the whole design.
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I first saw my friend Sveta use it on her gorgeous card and it really caught my eye. Its a nice step aside from the usual white or cream and all of that earthy texture is just lovely.
Hi there and happy Friday! Lydia here with you today and I’m so glad you stopped by.
I was so excited this release that there are now dies that coordinate with the Beautiful Day stamp set, I just love how much time it saves created a layered bouquet such as this one.
I stamped all of my images onto a piece of card and then used the dies to quickly cut them out, before layering them up into this gorgeous posy. The colours of Crisp Ink I used for the peony are Blush, Rouge and Crimson and then Moon Rock for the outline. The layered leaves I used Morning Frost, Evening Gray and Moon Rock, I stamped all of the other outline images in Moon Rock also.
I layered all of the stamped die-cuts onto the card using foam pads to get lots of depth and dimension.
I then stamped the sentiment using Thinking Of You stamp set using Moon Rock Crisp Ink, to tie the card together and not to distract the eye from the floral bouquet.
Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you have a beautiful day!