Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Sunshine

Today had lots of puffy white clouds and sun, sun, sun! I am loving it :) Here is a card that reminds me of this weather.
I started this card by stamping the clouds in three different colors of distress inks. I used a sticky note to stamp two extra clouds on and then fussy cut them out to use as masks. Then I took an oval die to cut out a window in a top folding card and put the clouds behind it.
I stamped the sentiment with versamark on some scrap cardstock and embossed it with clear powder, then took distress inks and blended over the background. I wiped off excess ink from the sentiment with a tissue and trimmed it down. The sun was stamped and then colored it in with zig clean color markers and a waterbrush. To give the sun some sparkle and shimmer, I used a wink of stella pen to cover the whole stamp.
After fussy cutting it out, I used some foam tape to adhere it to my card and glued the sentiment on. You can see some of the shimmer here.

Stamps: Hero Arts - Sun Showers; SSS - Happy Day
Inks: Distress Inks, Wink of Stella, Zig clean color markers
Dies: SSS - stitched ovals 

I am sharing this in the following challenges:
CAS(E) this sketch #223


Less is More - Shimmer





CAS on Sunday #109 - repeat an image
Work it Wednesday - Sunshine 

Thanks so much for stopping by!

5 comments:

  1. Fabulous card and beautiful CAS design ! Love how your shimmering sun is popping up over those gorgeous stripped clouds ! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along with us at Less is More !

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  2. This is such a feel good card. Loving those fresh blues with the pop of yellow. Great layout and shimmer. What did we do before Wink of Stella?!
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x

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  3. A real cheery card and full of beautiful elements and design. Loving your shimmery sun and Thanks for playing along with us at Less is More

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  4. Such a cheerful card love it. Thanks for joining us over at CAS on Sunday.

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