Hi Crafty Friends!
I hope you are enjoying your weekend. I was having trouble finding my mojo recently. But I found it last night!!! :D I was able to craft up a little storm (I'll be sharing those creations later on). The first card I am sharing was actually created earlier in the week when I was itching to craft but didn't have much energy. I used a paper stencil I already had to create the hearts. I simply filled in the hearts with a sponge dauber, added the sentiment, and some sequins. It was a really quick card.
(Supplies: heart stencil, red ink- Color Box, sponge dauber, arrow stamp- Heidi Swapp, sentiment- Teresa Collins, sequins)
The next card was for a challenge, but I just realized that I am LATE! So what's new?... :-)' Anyways, the challenge was to use kraft, red, and white for a Christmas card. Here is my interpretation:
The red panel is actually a leftover strip of "velvety" paper. I haven't been able to find it again. It's hard to tell, but I added a tiny drop of white glitter glue to the snowflakes.
(Supplies: Snowflake stamp- Stampendous!, sentiment- Recollections, pearls- David Tutera, white glitter glue- Martha Stewart, red velvet paper, white ink- Color Box)
My fellow crafters, bloggers, and friends I want to thank you for your patience and for stopping by today. :) Have a wonderful, crafty weekend.