Button, Bike & Blue are the three B's on that card. I made this masculine card for a sporty friend of mine. For the blue bike stamp I used the heat embossing technique once more. The rest is clean and simple with blue washi tapes.
I recently bought a punch of butterflies made of felt. I like that they have a markings on their body. I made a CAS card, just using an embossing folder with a big butterfly, the die cut sentiment and the felt butterfly.
A friend of mine welcomed her third child, her second boy, and therefore it was time for another baby card. After a long time, I used the Stampin'up set "all in the family" again. When I bought the designer paper I used as background, it reminded me on a page in a dictionary.
I saw the idea on Pinterest where it was used as a wedding thank you card. I wanted to use my sewing machine again for quite some time, so this card came at the right time.
I created the blue edges around the sentiment with the heat embossing technique. Furthermore, this idea is a great way to use scraps.
I saw a similar card on Pinterest, using the three panel geometric optics with big flowers.
The brighter flowers are made with the heat embossing technique as well as the sentiment. The other flowers are simply stamped with red ink. I wanted to have some contrast on the card.
To top it off, I stuck 2 buttons with white lace and a big ladybird on it. I think it is a perfect card for a birthday girl in May.
My partner and I celebrated our 7th anniversary this year. I was looking for some inspiration and found a lovely card at Pinterest by Weekend Warrior.
It is my first card where I used ink on an embossing folder. It turned out great. Furthermore, I fetched my sewing machine to frame the card with red twine.
I bought the Lawn Fawn stamp set "Critters in the burbs". For this card I was inspired by a card on Pinterest. I don't know who will receive the card, but with the sentiment "especially for you" it can be used for many occasions. To color the butterflies I used my copics. I love the color combinations and the matching brads!