I needed a wedding card for a girl at church. Don't really know the colors for the wedding so I used colors that I like. All the cardstock used for this card came from Magnolia Dreams cardstock pack. The base for this card is Solar White Thin Columns. I wanted the columns to show slightly so I used Antique Linen distress ink.
The accent for the main image and the Love are both cut from Teal Basis. I love this color because it is so rich and highlights beautifully.
I have never really been one to print out digital paper and use it on cards, but love these designs. The polka dot was printed on white pearl linen . There is some slight texture there and a beautiful sheen. I did add a few rhinestones for a little more glitz. Cryogen White always works beautifully for the digital paper designs and also for coloring.
The base for the card is Magenta Basis and the light blue layer is Aqua Basis. The dark teal ribbon was calling to be added , so there you go. Thanks to Graciellie Design for some great patterns and Paper Temptress for some great cardstock.
Tried taking a little different angle on this card. The base is epic Black Thick Columns. The Columns are a little bit hard for me to photograph but you can see them if you really look close. I love cutting things on my cricut and these cut files cut perfectly. The ornate side panel is gold pearl linen. This cardstock has a little linen texture and a small amount of shimmer.
The flowers were printed on cryogen white. I did the print and cut on the cricut. Flowers were colored with copic markers with a little yellow glitter in the middle.
Finally I added the shimmery gold bow. Everything in this card is in the special cardstock package made especially for this Graciellie collection. It is called Magnolia Dreams
Don't forget the blog hop to showcase the Graciellie collection and Paper Temptress cardstock is still going on. Here is the list. Gracielle Designs
Hi all. Welcome to the blog hop. If you are following the hop you should have arrived here from Ginny's blog. Design team members from Paper Temptress and Graciellie Design will be showcasing some great cardstock from Paper Temptress and some gorgeous digital images, paper and cut files from Graciellie Design. Graciellie Design is where the blog hop begins.
The base for my card is Cotton Candy Pop Tones. I wanted a nice light base to show off the other beautiful colors. The flower and the patterned cardstock(which is a digital paper design from Graciellie Design) are both done from Cryogen White. To say the least the design printed out perfectly and the cardstock has a little shimmer to it. I colored the flower with copic markers. Finally the teal frame was cut from Teal Basis. I felt like this dark cardstock really set off the nice flower.
Just loving the cardstock and designs being showcased so I decided to add another card.
It is very difficult to photograph silver cardstock. That is exactly what the base of this card is. It is called Silver Metallic Glossy
Another thing that the previous post did not show was the cut files from Graciellie Design. I used a Cricut and cut the fancy piece in the middle from Teal Basis. Middle oval is also Teal Basis.
The flower was again printed on Cryogen White and colored with distress ink and a little water on a brush. Pink layer in the middle is Azalea Mica Metallic and has a sheen to it. Both ovals were cut from dies from Stampn' Up.
Sorry for the long post, but I just have the need to show as much of this cardstock and designs as possible. Just one more. I did use one of the sentiments from Graciellie Design in this card. Base for this card is Kraft Treasures.
The flowers are printed on Cryogen White and the spots are printed on White Pearl Linen. Both worked perfectly but if you want a little sheen and a little texture the Linen is the answer.
Two people will win the beautiful Magnolia Dreams Variety Pkg. which includes 25 sheets of very high quality cardstock, five ribbons, and one adorable bow. One winner will the complete Magnolia Dreams collection from Gracielle Designs...To enter to win all you have to do is leave a comment on every post in this blog...winners will be selected on August 14th... GOOD LUCK!!
I decided to pull outa set from Stampn' Up called Hey Chick. Most of the cardstocks in this card are from the Treasures line from Paper Temptress. I used the Crafty Brown Treasures for the base and the sentiment.. The Periwinkle set off the brown for the second layer.
Now here is my simple technique for today. The patterned layer is cryogen white. I colored it with distress ink and finger daubers. I then took a stencil and sprayed it with water and put it down on the cardstock. I laid a paper towel on top and pushed down on the stencil. This helped to get rid of excess water. Remove stencil and dab excess water off of your cardstock.
I have been trying to give a little easy technique in my posts lately. So I have a second card today.
This card is only two layers. The bottom layer is Epic Black thick classic columns. This gives the back a little texture. The card front is Cryogen White. I used two colors of bingo markers to make the little monsters. When you slam the marker onto the cardstock a spatter image is made. I added goggly eyes. My grandchildren are 4 and 7 months. This is just perfect.
All the cardstock in this card is from Paper Temptress. The base of this card is Serpentine Mica Metallic. If you look closely there is a slight green color to it. It is also shimmery.
The two frilly layers at the top and the bottom are Monterey Sand Classic Linen. This cardstock has a slight texture to it. The coral distress layer was also the Monterey Sand Classic Linen.
The brown piece in the middle and the layer around the main image is Hot Fudge Pop Tones. I had a punch set that did the corners of the brown layer and a straight punch that matched to do the accent on the top and bottom.
The main image was stamped on Cryogen White. I did cut a piece larger than my image and used a stamp positioner for this image. I stamped with Distress Abandoned Coral. I then stamped it again with the same color and got out my water brush. The idea is to drag the color to the ends of the petals. I added Distress Peeled paint to the leaves also with the water brush. A little Distress Mustard seed was added to the middle. The final step was to stamp the image with Distress Brushed Corduroy.
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I am a medical technologist at a hospital in Southeast Missouri. I work full time and love to do paper crafts and make cards. Actually I love most crafts, but have limited time to do them. I have 2 children and 3 dogs.