The My Sweet Petunia team is hopping with Joy Clair today!
Leave a comment on each stop on the blog hop for a chance to win a MISTI (winner’s choice of an Original or a Mini) from My Sweet Petunia or the Joy Clair giveaway of TWO $25 Gift Certifates! The MISTI winner will be announced on the My Sweet Petunia Blog on April 14th. The Joy Clair winner will be announced at the Joy Clair blog.
If you’ve arrived from Martha Lucia Gomez‘s blog you are in the right place. If not head on back to the start of the hop at Ilina Crouse‘s blog.
I have two cards to share today! My first card uses Food Loving Clear Stamps & Uh-Oh Ink Splatter Stamps.
My next pr0ject uses Breakfast Friends Forever Clear Stamps & Uh-Oh Ink Splatter Stamps.
I created both cards the same way. Here are the quick steps.
I stamped the background of my cards using my Mini MISTI and Creative Corners. It’s fun like this but I’m going to take it a step farther.
I stamped my images again on watercolor paper and colored.
I cut them out with scissors and attached them to my cards. No need to worry about arms and legs, they are already on the card.
Now hop on over to LeeAnn McKinney!
Here’s a one layer card using 1/4″ red and 1/4″ white decorative tapes from Hobby Tape, stamps from Impression Obsession and my Mini MISTI (My Sweet Petunia).
I stamped my images (WP704 Daisies & Hearts) and then I used the grid on my Mini MISTI (My Sweet Petunia) stamp positioning tool to lay out my tape in straight lines.
Here’s another look.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
I have two crayon resist technique cards to share today using stamps from Simply Stamps!
I started with watercolor paper and then drew some simple hearts onto the paper with a white crayon. I used watercolors to create a wash over the hearts. Once dry I wiped the excess paint from the hearts with a damp paper towel.
When my background was completely dry I stamped the I LOVE YOU Hashtag Rubber Stamp from Simply Stamps onto my cards with black ink (Raven Detail ink from Brutus Monroe).
Hope you enjoyed this quick and easy technique.