I thought I would have a video for you for this post but I haven’t quite figured everything out yet. I am working on video and would love to share those with you when they are ready.
In the meantime I have a project to share. I read the My Pink Stamper blog everyday and love Robyn over there. She is energetic and fun. While our styles are very different, with hers being self-described as “so super cute” and mine shying away from cute, I still get a lot out of her videos. So, I thank her for sharing all the time and effort she puts into things. She had a challenge posted yesterday to make a project using green, pink and black. Since I wanted to send a spring card off to someone, I decided to make a card for my challenge. So here you go…
Card measures 8.5 x 5.5
- Stamping up: Cardstock (Certainly Celery, Basic Black, Sahara Sand, Very Vanilla); paper piercer, template & mat; stamp (Wonderful Words); ink (basic black)
- Cricut cartridge: Pagoda (branch cut at 2.5″, flowers at 2.5″ and “spring” mat at 5″
- Tatter Angels (Glimmer Mist in Cherub Pink)
Tip: to get the flowers colored with glimmer mist, cut them out of Very Vanilla. While they are still on your cricut mat, protect your mat with scratch paper and then spray them with glimmer mist while they are still in place. Allow to dry while you complete the other steps of the project.