Tuesday, February 21, 2017

It's The Little Things!

Hi everyone! I have a pretty one-layer card to share today, almost totally created with embossing powders! I added in a few polka dots but all of the images and sentiment are heat embossed in bright colors!

To make the colors really pop, I started with a black background and stamped my images in Versamark Ink. I stamped the pink blooms and sentiment first, followed by the green leaves and lastly the small red flowers. I heat embossed the images in between so the colors wouldn't mix.

Once all of the embossing was done, I felt like the card needed a little something more so I added in tiny white polka dots with a white Signo gel pen. They add just the right accent!  I also topped the background with some pink and black twine along with a bow!

Thanks for checking out my blog! Be happy!!

Supplies Used:
Stampin' Up Melon Mambo embossing powder
Prima 'All Star' sugar dot stickers

Friday, February 17, 2017

Perfect Flower!

Hi everyone!  A beautiful CAS card today for the new Color Throwdown Challenge #430. The color combo in the challenge picture is gorgeous and I used gold in place of the light brown or kraft!

This beautiful flower from Concord & 9th is the focal point of the card and I stamped it in two shades of turquoise. I just love the shadowing effect of this stamp set! I added in green for the stem and a few gold pearl accents for dimension!

This sweet sentiment was stamped in dark brown and I added in a few more accents of green, brown and gold with some shiny sequins and gems! The card front is mounted on a sage green base and looks absolutely stunning! 

Thanks for checking out my blog! Bee Happy!!

Supplies Used:
Bazzil Parakeet card stock
Mark Richards gold gems
Copic Markers

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Kind Hearted Friend!

Hi everyone! I love Polka Dots! They are a great design element and can be fun, romantic and even classy! I used my love for  big polka dots on this soft, yet colorful card!

I've been wanting to use the Concord & 9th card frame for a while now and was pleasantly surprised by how easy it was to use and by the awesome results! Large word sentiments always look great on cards and this one is no exception.  I started with a white card base and added in large, light green polka dots. For some pizazz and a little shine, I added  embossed images over the dots in a soft pearl white.

The 'kind' frame was die cut out of coordinating soft green card stock and layered over the background. The circle flowers mimic the polka dot design and add a sweet pop of color to this clean and simple card. The finishing touches were some accents in black and some sparkly gems!

Thanks for checking out my blog! Bee happy!!

Supplies Used:
Kaiser craft gems

Monday, February 13, 2017

Dahlia Love!

Hi everyone! Not every Valentine's Day card has to feature lots of hearts. Sometimes just expressing your love is enough!  This card does exactly that with a big, gorgeous bloom and pretty gold accents!

This dahlia stamp set by Papertrey Ink is one of my most favorite ever and I never get tired of creating with it. For this card I let one large dahlia take center stage and stamped it in deep fuchsia hues using all of the layers.  A smaller bloom is stamped in the background in lighter shades of pink. I gave each flower a gold center and added in a shiny gold leaf.

For the confetti bottom, I used a stencil to ink in varying shades of fuchsia moving the stencil a bit each time. Lastly, the gold was added in with the same stencil using a gold mist. I wanted the sentiment to stand out so I embossed it in bright white against a black background and added pretty scalloped gold edging. For even more shine and sparkle, I added in a few gold gems and sequins!

Happy Valentine's Day to you all!

Thanks for checking out my blog! Bee Happy!!

Supplies Used:
Bazzil 'Sweetheart' card stock
Heidi Swapp Gold color shine
Paper Source gold paper tape
Wish by Mash gold sequins
Mark Richards gold gems
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