Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Hello sunshine! - Larissa


Hi everyone, I am Larissa from Car-d-elicious and today I am posting a new card on the blog from Gerda Steiner designs and this time I have made a card with the clearstamp set Hello sunshine from Gerda Steiner designs. I have coloured the bear after stamping it with my Polychromos pencils, the black glaze pen and a white gelpen. I have coloured the sign with the Clear Spectrum noir sparkle glitter pen. I have fussy cut the image. 


With the Crea-nest-lies XXL 34 from Crealies I have cut a square from white cardstock and then I coloured it with Tumbled glass distress ink. I used the same dies to cut a larger square from yellow patterned paper from the Dots & stripes gingham paperpad from Echo park and I glued it on a kraft card. With a die from the On the fence die collection from Clearly besotted stamps I have cut a grass border from green patterned paper from the Dots & stripes gingham paperpad from Echo park and I glued it on the square. I stamped the sun on the square and I stamped it also on yellow gingham paper. I have fussy cut the sun and glued it on the square I have coloured the sun with the Clear Spectrum noir sparkle glitter pen. I have added the image with foamtape on the background. With a flowerdie from the set Stencil SL92 (retired) from Studio light I have cut a couple of flowers from white cardstock. With the Leaf cluster Die 066-c from Impression obsession I have cut a couple of leaves and then I glued them on the card together with the flowers. 


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COLORING MEDIUM: Polychromos pencils, Distress inks
PAPER: Kraft and white cs, Dots & stripes gingham paperpad from Echo park
INK: Versafine clair nocturne, Tumbled glass Distress ink
DIES: Crea-nest-lies XXL 34 from Crealies, Stencil SL92 (retired) from Studio light, On the fence die collection from Clearly besotted stamps, Leaf cluster Die 066-c from Impression obsession
ACCESSORIES: Black glaze pen, white gelpen, Clear Spectrum noir glitter sparkle pen. 

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Monday, March 1, 2021

Happy Birthday Shark

Hi there,

it's Tanja here and I created this underwater Birthday Card using the Gerda Steiner Designs Big Bite stamp set:

  • stamp the shark and the underwater cake from the Gerda Steiner Designs Big Bite set with Lawn Fawn Jet Black
  • cut out some underwater plants and stones with the help of the My Favorite Things Under the Sea die set
  • color the images and elements with Spectrum Noir Triblend Markers and add extra shading with Faber-Castell Polychromos pencils
  • cut out a round cardbase and add color to the background with Distress Ink Salty Ocean
  • cut out a sandy ground and color it with Distress Ink Tea Dye and add some splatters with watered-down Distress Ink Ground Espresso and white acrylic paint
  • stamp the sentiment fro the Clearly Besotted Stamps Tiny Type set with Versamark onto a strip of black cardstock and heat-emboss it with WOW! Bright White Super Fine embossing powder



I hope you got inspired.


Hugs,



Saturday, February 27, 2021

Cute tag by Noga Shefer

Hi crafty friends, Noga here and I am so happy to share with you a fun project for Gerda Steiner Designs today.


.My tag featuring the  adorable Birthday Bear 4x6 Clear Stamp Set and Birthday Bear Die Set

To make this tag I took a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock and cut a tag die.

The background was created by blending shaded lilac distress oxide ink,I spired some water onto it and soaked it up with paper towel.
I also splattered some shaded lilac distress oxide ink with water on it.

Next I colored the sweet image using copic markers. I glued it to my panel with foam tape for dimension.

Next I stamped a greeting from the stamp set using black ink.

I hope you enjoy the card I created and feel inspired to create!

Thanks for stopping by,