Here is the necklace and bracelet set made by Swarovski green pearls. Below is the look if the finished set:
The diamond shaped bead is a special bead which can change its color when you use hand to warm it up - pretty cool feature. I used 3mm Swarovski bicones and seed beads to connect the green pearls. Below is another look:
I made the necklace into a Y-shaped one, so it looks more interesting. They are very easy to make and it's a quick project. Thank you for visiting my blog.
Here is AEI♥U Challenge #28 - Non-white Card Base, below is the challenge photo:
Below is the chalk board background card I made for this challenge:
I used a chalk board cardstock as the background and stamp the text (Write It set) with Versamark ink pad and white embossed it. Then, I stamped the same text stamp with white ink pad but off to the right a little to make the chalk board effect. I stamped these cute little creatures (Swim Team set) on a white cardstock and colored them with Copic markers. I cut them out and attached on the chalkboard background with foam tapes. I also attached a stripe of white cardstock under the turtle to make it grounded. Below is the side look of the card:
Supplies: Cardstock: PTI, Michaels Stamps: Avery Elle Ink Pads: Versamark, MTF Others: Copic markers, embossing powder, foam tapes Thank you for visiting my blog.
Here is this week's Paper Smooches Sparks Anything Goes Challenge. Below are challenge photos:
Below is the card I made for this challenge:
I stamped the jar & flower image from Best Buds set on black cardstock and white embossed it. I also stamped the greeting and embossed in white as well. Then, I applied different colors of Inka Gold with water brush to color the flowers, leaves, and jar. Finish the card by stencil white polka dots from the left side of the card. Below is a closer of the colored flowers:
Supplies: Cardstock: Stampin' Up, PTI Stamps: Paper Smooches Ink Pads: Versamark, Stampin' Up Stencil: Simon Says Stamp Others: Inka Gold, white embossing powder, water brush Thank you for visiting my blog.
I just received my order from Studio L2E for the new release stamp sets. I found the size of each letter in Hexagon Alphabet set can be matched perfectly with Tim Holtz's hexagon punch. So, here is the U R Amazing (You Are Amazing) card I made:
I water colored blue and green on a piece of watercolor paper, then I use the hexagon punch to punch them out. I used foam tapes and attach each watercolor hexagon on the white cardstock. I stamped U and R from Studio L2E's Hexagon Alphabet set with black Versafine ink pad and punch them out with hexagon punch. I also used foam tapes to attach U and R into the watercolor hexagon background. I stamped "amazing" with black Versafine ink pad and clear embossed it. Finish the card by mount the background on a piece of black cardstock. Below is a closer look at the dimension of these hexagon tiles:
I would like to have this card attending the following two challenges: 1) Runway Inspired Challenge (ric#91) - Michael Kors, below are the challenge photos:
2) Virginia's View Challenge #18 - Geometric Patterns, below is the challenge photo:
Supplies: Cardstock: PTI, watercolor paper Stamps: Studio L2E, Simon Says Stamp Ink Pads: Versafine Others: watercolors, water brush, foam tapes, clear embossing powder Thank you for visiting my blog.
Here is Altenew August Challenge inspiration photo:
I love the whole setting on the table, especially the gold frosted cake and pastel macaroons. So, I decided to give my stamped flowers a little yummy frost - I must be hungry when I got this idea. Here is the card I made for this challenge:
I stamped the flowers and leaves from Golden Garden set with lilac and green inks. Then, I stamped the outlines with black Versafine ink pad and embossed with clear embossing powder. For the frost, I mixed the Texture Paste with Dusty Concord Distress ink to make the lilac paste and mixed the Texture Paste with Mowed Lawn Distress ink to make the leaf green paste. Then, I use the small plastic knife to spread the frost onto flowers and leaves. The greeting "Thank You" is from Label Love set and I attached it with foam tape. For the lilac stripe border, I cut a piece of pattern acetate (from We R Memory Keepers) and attach it on the right to make the card more interesting. Below is a closer look of the frost: