Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Blossom Card Workshop


 These are the cards I made this month for the card workshop. I used the Blossom WOTG kit, of course I made some of my additions :). I will explain on the individual cards what small changes I made. I love this paper - there are so many possibilities with this. If you like this kit - you want to hurry, it will go away by the end of August!





I love this card! Not only because I made it, but the summer feel! If you look closely on each Popsicle, you can see that I added some liquid glue on top to make it look like they are melting. A fun little touch. I also added the corners. With a few little touches to your artwork, you can add a little bit more to your finish - go ahead and play - make it your own!

Tip: As I have mentioned before - I love to distress - if you look closely on the edge of the green edge - you might see the white edge of our wonderful cardstock. Just take the scissors and rub until you can see  the white core - distressing done!




 On this card I also added the Liquid Glue or Liquid Glass, but I also added Shimmer Trim. Shimmer trim adds lots of bling to any artwork - you may see that in many of my cards - love the stuff! In this card, I actually cut the trim in half. You don't always need a lot, just a bit adds just enough to give that needed "bling" :)

Tip: On my bow, I glued the strings down to keep my strings in shape. I don't know about you - but I like artwork to stay in shape when it gets moved around. This way, I show it around and I don't have to constantly adjust the bow.


On all three cards I used 3-d thin and thick foam tape. Depending on how high or low I needed it for my layering. On some cards, I used both. Both tapes are great to use in conjunction. When you adhere bigger pieces like this one, make sure you always put a piece in the middle as well. If look at my leaves you may see that I also used my Shin Han markers to give the leaves some better emphasis.

Hope you enjoy these projects. If you have any questions - please feel free to contact me - if you like them, please let me know, follow my blog, follow my facebook. I would love to hear from you!

Take care and have fun!

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