#598 – Have A Beautiful Day

Hello! I am steadily getting into the mixed media vibe now-a-days. I’ve been looking at quite a few videos, and loving it. Although most of these involve scrapbooking, it is relatively easy to incorporate the same techniques into card making too (duh) and am thinking trying out a few techniques I learnt like that here and there in my cards.

The card I am featuring today, has a small amount of mixed media. Although, the main focus when I made the card was the pretty texture in the background, I am a little afraid it is lost in the sentiment and the frame and flowers.

Have A Beautiful Day

Actually, I had made the textured background quite some time ago, meaning to use it for another challenge, but never did. I used embossing paste, created a circled and swirly look. I added some watercolors on this. Then stamped it with the leaves from Ellen Hutson Mondo Peony, then foam mounted the frames and flowers from Paper Smooches Scalloped Frames and Dainty Flowers. The sentiment from Ellen Hutson Mondo Peony is stamped on acetate, layered with some green tone washi tape strips, strung together with an eyelet and a string (bow), and foam mounted.

Have A Beautiful Day

I just love the swirly background, just wish I could have shown it off a bit more. But the card in itself looks fine, I guess. 🙂

Submitting this card to the following challenges –

Paper Smooches March Challenge: Pantone 2017 Color

Ellen Hutson Mix It Up Challenge: Paper Smooches

Ellen Hutson - Mix It Up Challenge

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: Make Your Own Background

SSS - Monday Challenge

Lesia Zgharda March Challenge: Texture

Simon Says Stamp: Work It Wednesday: Green

SSS - Work It Wednesday

 

Thank you for stopping by! 🙂

#568 – Paper Smooches Guest Designer (Part 4)

Hello! It is my last Guest Post over at the Paper Smooches blog. Do go and check it out for some snowman fun cards…here are the sneak peeks!

Paper Smooches GD - Christmas Wishes

Paper Smooches GD - You Melt My Heart

I really want to thank Kim for the having me over as the Guest Designer for this entire month and also sending me all these amazing Paper Smooches products..they were adorable, and totally fun to play with!! Thank you so so much Kim! You rock! ❤

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#564 – Paper Smooches Guest Designer (Part 3)

Hello! Its the third week I am guest designing at the Paper Smooches blog! Kim had sent me products from the Paper Smooches December release and today I have a couple of cards featuring the Cozy Coffee die! Here are the sneak peeks of what you’ll get to see at the Paper Smooches blog –

Warm Wishes

Cozy Coffee

Please hop over to the Paper Smooches blog to see the complete cards! 🙂

And thank you for stopping by! 🙂

#562 – Paper Smooches Guest Designer (Part 2)

Hello! Super excited to be back again with another post on the Paper Smooshes blog as the December Guest Designer! I finally received Kim’s parcel last week (thank you so much Kim!!), and I found a treasure trove in it! Their December release products are just awesome and so inspiring!

Here are sneak peeks of what you can find in the Paper Smooches today –

Paper Smooches GD (Part 2) - Sneak Peek

Paper Smooches GD (Part 2) - Sneak Peek

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you stop by again next week for my 3rd Guest Designer post!

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#560 – Paper Smooches Guest Designer

Hello! I am super excited to be the guest designer for Paper Smooches for the month of December! I absolutely love their products – and am a big fan! Unfortunately, the parcel Kim sent hasn’t reached me yet, so I had to use some of their older products – which are equally awesome!

Here are the seek peaks of the cards that are posted in the Paper Smooches blog

Season's Greetings

Happy Everything

And here’s a little bonus 😛

Season's Greetings

I used silver embossing and Gansai Tambi watercolors in two shades of blue and silver, and the stamp in focus is Paper Smooches Swanky Snowdudes (no snowdudes, only snowflakes! ;))

Season's Greetings

Now, pop over to the Paper Smooches blog to see the actual projects! 🙂