The CardMaker Blog Team is hopping with Plus Corp of America today!
If you’ve come from Catherine Scanlon‘s blog you are in the right place. If not you can go back to the start of the hop at the CardMaker blog.
PLUS Corp will be hosting a giveaway on their Facebook page! See how to enter for a chance to win some great prizes Click HERE
Now onto my project!
I had fun using the very fun Decoration Applicator -Butterflies for me card along with a die cut (Simon Says Stamp – 111313 Thanks on a Line)
This is the Plus Corp Decoration applicator. It holds different pre-inked roller stamps. Easy to use and the images came out nice and crisp.
I used the Decoration Applicator -Butterflies for my project. I put the cartridge in and closed the lid and was ready to create.
I rolled the butterflies 3 times diagonally on my card.
I sponged ink around the butterflies, colored with markers and then splatter a bit with white paint. I then added the die cut sentiment (Thanks on a Line) and finished my card by adding a button onto the sentiment.
Now hop on over to PLUS Corp!!!
I have a card over on the CardMaker Blog today!
Here’s a look at the makings of my project… Click HERE to see the finished card (and how I made it). My card uses some sneak peeks of soon to be released stamps from Impression Obsession, Color Burst from Ken Oliver Crafts and my Mini MISTI from My Sweet Petunia.
Here’s a look at one of the steps…
New Impression Obsession Challenge – Hello Sunshine!!
To enter the challenge go to the Impression Obsession blog (all the details are there!). A random challenge card will be selected to showcase on the IO blog AND you can to enter to win a $25 gift certificate to IO just by playing!
My project uses E13446 Father Silhouette and CL583 You Are along with my Mini MISTI (My Sweet Petunia) and Color Burst (Fuchsia & Lemon Yellow ) from Ken Oliver Crafts.
I started out with a Color Burst background and then stamped my image using my Mini MISTI (My Sweet Petunia).
Next I stamped my sentiment.
I masked around the stamped image with repositional tape and sponged the inside with orange ink.
I finished my card by adding a doodled frame.