Ombre is in full effect this fall season with all the colors changing. My project today was inspired by all the beautiful browns and golds that surround my part of the country this time of year.
I love big, bold stamped flowers, but what do you do when the flowers are supposed to be white? How do you add some texture or interest so it doesn’t just lay flat on the card? Adding detail with a Versamark pen can make all the difference.
Certain occasions sometimes call for a more formal style thank you card. For today’s project, I’m stepping a little bit out of my clean and simple comfort zone using lots of shimmery layers and flourishes.
Creating expensive looking note cards at home is super easy with a heat gun, some Versamark ink, and gold and silver embossing powder. For today’s project, I’m using a 4-bar sized notecard I created from white card stock. This measures 3 ½” x 4 7/8” when folded.
Hi Everyone! I’m back today with a project I made using a sketch as a jumpstart. I’ve spoken in a previous post about how I love to use sketches as a starting point, especially if I have a new stamp set that I want to try.
Lately, I’ve been working with vellum a lot on my cards. The elegant translucence is so pretty and calming. After working with a lot of bright, rich colors for the holidays, I thought it would be nice to lighten it up a bit. We probably all have many thank you cards to send out, so today’s project is a thank you card set using some thick vellum and a stamp from Hero Arts.