This months Crafty Card Gallery Card Challenge theme is – something that keeps you cool.
…….from ice cold lemonade to sitting under an umbrella. The possibilities are endless!
I decided to to think outside the box and create this fun-filled, colourful, Watermelon shaped card.
handmade watermelon shaped card
Supplies: Recollections- 12×12 pattern paper/Stampin Up- Whisper White card stock/Recollections- Black card stock/heart shaped punch/scissors/Ranger- Glossy Accents/Celebrate it- Ribbon/3 in 1 glue/
Don’t ya just love the taste of crisp, juicy watermelon on a hot day, it’s very refreshing!
Hope you enjoyed my creation, and any questions or comments just ask.
Happy Friday All,
Deborah here sharing a Birthday card I made for this months theme – Female Birthday.
Do you have any special “female” family members or friends you need a Birthday card for within the next few months?? Well the card I am sharing today is a card you can make using any thing you have on hand. As long as you have few sheets of patterned paper, punch, brads or color sprays.
I made this easy card today using a square punch, corner punch and a border punch, and Recollections brads,a couple of DCWV paper stack and a A2 card (pre-embossed) from their card/envelope stack. I also used Prima Bloom Sprays. (All supplies listed below)
For the card I made below I did use a sketch from DCWV blog.
Here is my card:
I sprayed the outside of my card first with my Color Bloom Sprays, set aside to dry.
I punched out 10 squares and used my corner punch on opposite side of the
squares for the odd shape, and layered.
I used the Martha Stewart Daisy Edge punch, wrapped pink twine around 4 times.
Fussy cut the flower, the brown border flag with the
orange sentiment. Used 5 Recollections brads – 1 on flower & 4 on the
Papers – DCWV – Collage Art paper stack; the Celebration paper stack (Happy Birthday sentiment only); DCWV – A2 card/envelope stack (pre-embossed)
Inks – Prima Color Bloom Sprays – Cotton Candy, Soft Teal; Iris
Accessories – Recollections brads- Fall; Martha Stewart – Daisy edge punch; Corner punch;pink twine from stash
Thanks for stopping in to visit us this month. I encourage you to take a look around to collect some inspiring ideas from my teamies for Birthday card ideas and other ideas.