November 05, 2020
I started by inking a 3" x 8" white cardstock piece using a cloud stencil and Tumbled Glass distress ink and then stamped a few sentiments from the stamp set. I die-cut some birch trees using an MFT die and glued them to the cardstock trimming them off at the top and bottom edges of the cardstock.
Then, I inked a second piece of white cardstock with Shabby Shutters distress ink and die-cut the top edge using an MFT grassy edges slimline die and glued this piece along the bottom.
I glued the 3" x 8" cardstock piece to a rectangular slimline die-cut.
For the hedgies, I masked the far left hedgie and stamped the middle hedgie, colored them all with Copics and fussy cut them out.
Hope everyone has a wonderful crafty weekend!
September 29, 2022
Hello everyone, it's Karen here today. I was totally inspired by Jennifer McGuire’s recent video on making simple pendulum cards. It was sheer genius and the minute I saw it, I thought about using her technique with Gerda Steiner's pigeons. If you haven’t seen Jennifer’s video, here’s a link to it - Cards with Simple Movement.
Now, I know this is not your typical wedding card, but it is a fun...
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