Sending Loads of Love!

Hiya Crafties!

Whenever I see any new craft products, I am tempted to imagine their use in making interactive cards. I am that crazy about making them.

Today I have a card made with Dress My Craft ‘Love Floral Sentiment’ dieset. When I first laid my eyes on it, I knew I had to make a double slider card with it.

You can see the card in action below :

I had made a card with a similar technique. You can check it out here.

For the background I used distress oxides. I layered many layers of grass diecuts to give a 3d effect. I have used distress oxide on the grass too.

The clouds are from a MFT stamp set. I had to stick around 3 layers of diecut flowers to make the centre image sturdy.

I’ll be coming up with a video tutorial for this type of card soon.

The sentiment stamps are by Honeybee stamps.

Did you like the surprise in the card?

Do let me know in the comments below.

You can also check out my Instagram and Pinterest.. Links are in the sidebar. I really appreciate your support.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!





Playing along

Prika July blog challenge 2019

Word Art Wednesday #396 – #397

Virginia’s 7th Show & Share July

Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday July 2019 : Tim Holtz

4 thoughts on “Sending Loads of Love!”

  1. Love your imagination….. This is why we love to craft, right? Thinking of the possibilities is all part of the fun! Your inking is awesome in this! Love the bright and happy colors! Thanks so much for playing Virginia’s “Show & Share”! FABULOUS!

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  2. Interesting card. The colours are bright and refreshing. Thank you for playing along at Prika July Challenge. All the best.

    CI, Prika

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