SIP challenge #35

Hello! This week’s Stamp Ink Paper challenge #35 is a sketch challenge! It looked intimidating at first, but I am glad I persevered 😀 I apologize for the lighting in the photo. Today was the first day in a while we had sunshine, but we also had fog when I took this so it made…

sand dollar birthday 2.0

This card was made for someone’s birthday. What I used: my new Sizzix Big Shot embossing and diecutting machine, washi tape, sand dollar stamp, glitter glue, corner punch, silver spray ink

sand dollar sea-themed birthday card

This birthday card was the first project I used Faber-Castell Gelatos on and I am looking forward to using them more and in different ways. I used them with Golden gel medium, probably inspired by this tutorial from Heather Greenwood Designs.

hot air balloon (birthday)

This is a card made for a friend’s birthday. USED: punches, map from magazine, balloon cut out, patterned paper

royal birthday

USED: acrylic paint, patterned paper, stencils, marker, crown and key stamps, embossing powder, corner punches

moustache birthday

birthday card made for a guy I saw this sticker in Michaels and I just had to get it! USED: Recollections sticker, patterned paper, ribbon, stamp

cherry blossom (birthday)

I definitely loved the theme and colour palette! Pink and gold go so well together. I used the shapes that I had punched out on the bottom of the card in the middle band. USED: marker, punch, punched-out shape, shaped scissors

anchor (birthday)

This card was for a birthday for an uncle. I feel like the shapes/angles compliment each other. The red makes the anchor symbol feel even stronger. USED: patterned paper, print out of image, brads, embellishment on corners