Wednesday, March 3, 2021

The Card Concept - Luck of the Irish


 Welcome to a brand new challenge on The Card Concept blog!
 The theme this week is: Luck of the Irish
Everyone is welcome to play along using the colors, the theme, 
textures, items, or just anything from the picture as your starting point.
I was inspired by the theme to create this clean and layered card.

Supplies and Tools:

Other supplies:

  • Atreza Real Brush Pens
  • Yeti Ink (Lawn Fawn)
  • Pine Needles Distress Oxide (Ranger)
  • Sequins 


Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Pretty in Pink!


 Hello friend. Today I have another fun fold card to share that features a BRAND NEW stamp set from Stamp Simply designed especially for Baptisms, Dedications, Confirmations, and Communion. 

I decided to create another fun fold card in pretty shades of pink!

  Supplies from the Stamp Simply Store:

Other Suppiles:

  • Watercolor Paper
  • Watercolors (Zenacolor)
  • White Acrylic Paint

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Monday, March 1, 2021

Hoppy Spring


 Check out this adorable NEW "Hoppy Spring" stamp set from Sweet n Sassy stamps! It has two adorable bunnies, some cute chicks, and other fun spring items. I paired it with their new Texture Tiles 11 for this fun spring card.

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Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Easter Bunny


 Stamp Simply has a BRAND NEW Easter and Baptism mini release this week. My card today features the new "Easter is for Jesus" stamps and coordinating dies. Isn't that bunny just the sweetest?!

I had fun creating my background by stamping those cute eggs in three soft pastel colors.  To soften the edges I inked them in antique linen ink and then added some splatters -- just for fun!

 Supplies from the Stamp Simply Ribbon Store:

Other Supplies:

  • Arteza Real Brush Pens
  • These colors of Distress Ink (Ranger) 
    • Walnut Stain, Antique Linen
  • These colors of Distress Oxide (Ranger)
    • Bundled Sage, Worn Lipstick, Fossilized Amber 

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