Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Bee Crafty Inspiration - even more snowflakes..

Hey bloggers..

Have you guessed that Im in love with the new snowflake stamps from BeeCrafty??
Well I am lol.. And today Im sharing even more cards made with these yumy stamps..

I love christmas, and I love making christmas cards. But like many others, I send out so many cards each year that in order to have them all hand made, I have to be frugal with the supplies I use. Crafting is'nt cheap BUT with some AMAZING timeless stamps and a few supplies, you can make a mass of cards on a very small budget..

Both of these cards have been made using:
* plain white card stock
* Distress inks
* Embossing powders
* BeeCrafty Stamps. Find them HERE..
 This one was made by first putting down "Wilted violet" distress ink on my card. I then took the "Dusty Concord" and stamped the single snowflakes. (leave your background now to REALLY dry or your embossing powder will stick to the whole lot)
Once REALLY dry, I then took the script stamp and inked with versamark, stamped randomly on my background and heat embossed with gold embossing powder.
I did the same with the "Snow" greeting.
I finished this card by making a mat with the same gold embossing powder and mounted onto my card base with foam pads.

This one is made pretty much as above. "Wild Honey" and "Rusty Hinge" distress ink.
Its hard to see here on the picture, but the whole background is stamped with the script stamp using "Rusty Hinge". (Again, leave your background now to REALLY dry before adding embossing powder.) (Distress ink can be used as an embossing ink instead of versamark)

Once dry I did my stamping with versamark. I used the BIG grungy snowflake stamp. I love this stamp. Its so versatile. You can use a section like I have here, or the whole stamp. (I have a card coming next week using the whole stamp) I added added my embossing powder and heat set it.
I did the same with the greeting.
And as the card above, I made a mat using the embossing powder also before mounting onto my card blank with foam.

So as you can see. 2 VERY easy cards, using not a lot of supplies. They dont take too long to make either and could be made in bulk using different colours.

And that is it from me for today. I hope you like my creations.
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 Happy Crafting

1 comment:

  1. Both gorgeous, love the combination fo the rusty hinge and wild honey with the gold embossing. Creative Blessings, Tracy x