Here is a quick little ATC trio that is simple to make with the help of the newly released stamp set designed by Pam Bray called Art Journaling Mixed Media Stamp Set 1. A rainbow ink pad makes creating fun backgrounds a breeze.
Exciting news the new edition of Creative Inspiration Magazine is out. Come watch this lovely video magazine. You will be inspired by beautiful layouts, cards, ATC's, 3D projects, & more inspired by the mood board below.
Creative Inspiration is a labor of love compiled by the wonderful Bev Code with contributions from fabulous crafters all over the world. Here are a few sneak peeks of my projects from the latest August edition. Be on the lookout for my scrapbook layout at 21 secs, my cards at 4mins 20 secs, and my tag & ATC's at 5mins 57secs.
The background and embellishments have all been stamped. I just added a few gems for the butterfly's bodies to finish off this card. This card is entered in the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. The theme this week is"Anything Goes." Find all the rules to participate HERE.
If you feel intimidated by stamping backgrounds, then fear no more. One stamp and an ombre ink pad are all you need. By using an ombre ink pad with multiple colors you can create a rich background full of depth. You can create stunning backgrounds with little effort that make even a beginner seem like an expert.
Isn't this the cutest little beach umbrella??? It works perfectly with my sentiment and tropical floral background paper. My card is entered into the Crafts Dreamy July 2018 Challenge. This card is also entered into the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge to use a "die &/or punch." I stamped the summer sentiment with an ombre ink pad and then cut it with a circle punch to make a sun and complete the fun beach card.A $50 voucher is up for grabs for one lucky participant.
The inspirational mood board and guidelines to enter can be found HERE.