It is time for a new challenge and the theme is a mood board . Just check this beautiful colors that Christine picked for this current challenge! They go perfect with this time of year and we are so excited to see all your creations.
Hello everyone !
Samantha here, and today I am sharing a bright and cheery christmas card!
Let's make this card together!
first, I stamped colored all the images with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers and
then once they were all dry, I fussy cut them out!
- it actually seems like a lot of little images, but it wasn't hard, most of the images are easy to cut, and I didn't do any complex coloring or shading!
- then I used a hilly mask along the base of the card front to do a little Distress Ink Blending. I only used Mermaid Lagoon and Tumbled Glass.
- then I splattered water, white acrylic ink and ink on the background!
Hello crafty friends, it's Kerstin here!
Today I have this cute and cozy christmas card for you.
Creating your own background is something I really like a lot. This time I wanted to create a cozy plaid background.
You can use this tutorial also for turning your stamped letters in plaid letters.
We love to see your creations. Please use the hashtag #createasmilestamps when your are posting on instagram.
Hello! It's Candice with you today sharing an elegant Christmas card!
I just adore the large selection of florals that are in the Create a Smile shop and that I could use them for a unique and pretty Christmas card!
I began with an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base and die cut a stitched slimline panel from red cardstock.
I then die cut two set of the postage circles to line up where I was going to place my florals.
Next, I heat embossed another group of florals in red on vellum and fussy cut them out. I used glue dots to hold them down at the tips and let the rest pop up a little.
To put the card together, I glued the larger circle down and then added the smaller one with foam tape into the center of each floral group.
I finished with a simple splatter of green sequins and nuvo drops with a few white nuvos!
Adding a few white accents with a pen can draw the eye in where you want the attention to go on your card as I did with the heat embossed floral images.