Happy Monday! It’s Amy here with a bit of a caffeinated card design that I designed especially for the Fall | Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop. Evelin T Designs is one of the Super Sponsors for this event. Link up a caffeinated design for a chance to win.
My project uses images from the Be Merry set. The images have been stamped on Bristol and colored with Karin brushmarkers. I tend to be a copic girl but love the look of watercoloring.
If you’re new to ink blending, I highly recommend the Distress Oxides and Bristol paper. Distress Oxides are much more forgiving the the original Distress Inks. By also using the blending brushes and Bristol paper, it makes the color transition a bit more seamless. I could never get the foam applicators to work for me.
Hello and Happy Monday! It’s Amy here with a bit of holiday inspiration. I’m starting to gear up for the holiday’s, how about you? This year I really want to get my cards out during Thanksgiving weekend so that I don’t have to stress in December.
Hello! It’s Amy here and I’m sharing a halloween themed slimline project today. I really love making fall themed cards and halloween is generally a favorite. This year I haven’t made as many as I have in the past, but I still have a couple of weeks to remedy that.
Today I’ve combined All Hallow’s Cuteness and It’s BOO-Tastic! These sets are so much fun and two of my favorites! I added a non-traditional color to my halloween designs and love how it turned out.
Every image on this particular card is on foam dimensionals. I love how it adds more interest to the overall design.
Happy Monday! It’s Amy here with a card that I designed using some of Evelin T Designs’ digital designs. Did you know that they’ve added several different designs in their shop? My card for today combines their Coffee, Beth? and Dino-Mite Birthday.
I printed the images on my laser printer on 80 lb paper. I was going to send them through my Scan ‘n Cut but decided to just fussy cut, sometime I find that it is faster. I used various copic markers to color the images. That Beth is so cute, isn’t she?! That’s what I look like when I drink my coffee [wink!].
I couldn’t resist, I had to add that bow on her. I also added a small enamel green heart on her dress. It gives the overall design a smidge of texture.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have an amazing week!
Hey you! It’s Amy here with a card trio that came together super quick. Here’s a peek at the set:
I spotted THIS sketch and decided I should use some of the paper pads that I recently purchased to make a quick card set. The main images I used are from the Coffee Art set. What makes things easier for me is to keep the same overall color palette in all of the cards that I am creating.
It goes without saying that using the same card design makes it super easy too! Less of a thought process. I cut 4 panels from one paper pad and mixed and matched the patterns. This sentiment, Wishing You’re Here, is from the Sneaky Kitties set. With our state in Stay Home mode until at least May 4th, I’ll be sending this one to my girl. I miss her and she loves plants and coffee.
This card with the green foliage strip has a sentiment from the same set as the coffee cup, Coffee Art.
In an effort to make my designs postal friendly, there is no foam adhesive. Oh boy, that’s a challenge for me. Those ‘enamel dots’ are actually called ‘puffy dots’ and are squishy as opposed to the traditional enamel dots.
This is my final design. I’m a sucker for gingham. This sentiment is from the Evergreen Foliage set.
Hey Happy Monday! It’s Amy here sharing a card duo that features Reading Buddies and Coffee Loving Critters. I originally was only planning on doing the A2 sized one but spotted a scrap 4.25 x 4.25 inch coral cardstock base so decided to do a fun version. First up is the A2 one:
Hey Hello! It’s Amy here sharing a quick card set that I whipped up especially for today. It features the beautiful Evergreen Foliage set:
I knew I wanted to color up the Evergreen Foliage set and decided to show a super simple design with minimal coloring.
I love coloring but sometimes you just want to design a quick card. The fastest way for me to do multiple designs is to keep the overall look the same but change the color. Since the design is so clean + crisp, I decided to add a dry embossed background.
I was going to change out the Foliage image but decided since the one was already set up in my Mini MISTI I kept all the stamps the same.
It was super stress free putting this set together. These are some of my holiday thank you’s. I’m super tardy sending them out but I love the design 🙂