Used Gold Glitter Gel on sunrise stencil. Using brushes with Oxide inks, swiped out from corner. Ran a baby wipe over gel to clean off ink, the gel holds the glitter – none on the baby wipe. Sentiment is from Springtime Baskets – Claire’s Set – on vellum in Stormy Sky ink, mounted on a scrap of card stock colored with oxide ink.
Stamped the image from Wild Roses in Stormy Sky – one of my favorite new colors – and colored with Prismacolor pencils and gamsol. Sentiment is from Rose Bouquet, again stamped in Stormy Sky on vellum. Butterfly is Memory Box die cut from vellum.
Finished a couple of glitter gel background cards.
The first card is a Tim Holtz Stencil, with white gel on Moonlit Fog paper. Ribbon is SU, vellum tag from my stash and sentiment is GK – no name on tag but think it is Tiny Greetings. Die cut butterfly is Memory Box.
Card number two is a stencil Bonnie sent me, on Stormy Skys GK paper. Balloons are a SU punch, embossed with dots embossing folder. Greeting the same as card one. Love this stencil, makes a great background.
Stenciled this using the brushes and GK stencil – Florals in Dusty Rose and Fresh Asparagus. The Spring die cut was from my stash. Sending to my Sister in Illinois as she is so tired of the ice and snow!
As they are having a shower in upper Michigan for our Granddaughter and Grandson, needed a special card. This will be our 1st Great grandchild. Used Blue Denim Card stock, pp is scraps and not sure what pack it is from. Kept it simple. Just need to finish the inside. Typing a cute saying I found and die cutting it to fit.
Also, last night just figured out how to comment on everyone’s photos! Duh, let’s just blame it on me being the oldest of the group! Will be commenting in the future!
Just trying to get started on this Blog! Hope I’m doing it correctly.
This is a card we made with our card group. Have no ideas what type of anything is used on it, but most came from the dollar store! I take kits made with Gina K products, the other gal makes kits with the cheapest supplies she can find. I give these to my niece to use in the diaper bank she runs in Illinois.
I love the gals in this group and they love my card kits so as they say they “glue” cards, not make them. We have a lot of fun!