I hope you get to enjoy time with family and friends today or at least do something fun! I wanted to jump on and announce this month’s fabulous promotion in celebration of CTMH’s founder for being in business 30 years! How amazing is that?!?! In celebration you can get this fun stamp set for FREE when you spend just $30 on any stamps this month. Whether you buy just 2 or more, and your total of stamps equals $30 or more, you will get this free stamp set for FREE.
This is just a reminder that this weekend is your last chance to get this awesome Stamp of the Month as well as this month’s special. All of these great deals will be ending on Sunday night!
I wanted to spend 3 full days focussing on CTMH’s new Shin Han Alcohol Markers, so here is another great card using a different stamp set, Happy Birds.
It uses the same washi tape effect that I used yesterday, the same Confetti Wishes paper kit and the markers to color. I loved blending the “HAPPY” sentiment the most as it went from two different colors instead of a typical shade color.
Today’s card was made during the CTMH convention and is really easy to make. It uses a paper pack, washi tape, and the Feathers stamp set from CTMH.
The bottom hearts are actually just washi tape that was put on the cardstock base. Above that is just patterned paper and then the focus is on the coloring using the new Shin Han alcohol markers I shared yesterday. I fussy cut the feather (FYI, there are 5 different feathers included in the stamp set) and then popped them up with foam tape. I used a journaling pen to make the dashes and dots around the border and then popped that whole piece up as well. Much simpler than yesterdays project, yet almost the same amount of pop.
Can I tell you how much I love our new Shin Han alcohol markers?!? I probably just did! They are so easy to use and do a fantastic job as you can see. Pair them with a great stamp set and you have instant success! This card comes from an idea found in our new Annual Inspirations catalog.
The paper comes from the Brushed collection and the stamp set is called Rainy Day. Just love all the parts of it. I even used our scallop punch for the bottom section of cardstock, otherwise it is simple layering. After fussy cutting all the pieces out I did pop them all up with 3D foam tape to really give them good dimension on the card.
This isn’t a quick card to make, but the finished product is worth every minute of effort. And who doesn’t love to color a little?!?!
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