Hello Everyone! Hope you are having a great start of the week! 🙂
I would like to share a card I made with Altenew’s “Way Too Sweet” stamp set. I let my daughter play with my stamp set and color the images, and this set is my little one’s current favorite! 🙂 I’ll post a picture of her take on this set at the bottom of this post! 🙂
Here is what I made!
All the images are colored with Copic Markers and cut with Scan n Cut2 machine. I kept all the colors bright and cheerful. I drew in some dots with white gel pen to add more interest.
I stamped the sentiment on a black card stock with Versamark ink, heat embossed with Wow “Super Fine White” embossing powder, and fussy cut.
For the background, I die cut a A2 size Canson XL watercolor paper with Lawn Fawn’s “Stripey Backdrop” die. I ink blended Distress inks. The colors I used are: Festive Berries, Mustard Seed, Mowed Lawn, and Peacock Feather”. After ink blending, I sprinkled some water droplets and picked it up with paper towel to add some texture to the panel. I let it dry completely.
On a black cardbase, I adhered yellow glitter paper and the ink blended panel on top. I die cut a black frame with MFT’s “Pierced Stich Rectangle Frame” die and adhered it on the card. I used Scor-Tape for the strong hold.
I adhered all the images on the card with Score-Tape and foam tape, and finished the card by adding some Clear Crystal sequins from Darice.
This wraps up my card for today, but I’d like to show you a card I received from the actual designer of this stamp set! She is one of the designer I truly admire! Do you follow May Park (@mayholicincrafts on Instagram)? I love her stamps and cards, and I was lucky enough to receive couple of beautiful handmade cards from May!
Here is a card she sent me, using the “Way Too Sweet” stamp set! 🙂
Isn’t this card so sweet? 🙂 Well, when my little one saw this card, she grabbed and ran! lol! She does that when she sees a card she really likes. Since she liked it so much, I went ahead and bought the stamp set. When it arrived, it instantly became my daughter’s favorite! ❤
Here are couple of cards my daughter made: