woensdag 27 mei 2020

Stampin with Liz Design: SugarPea Designs Mix- it Up Challenge!

Hi everyone! Today I'm sharing some fun new inspiration for the Mix It Up Challenge #67 at SugarPea Designs! I created this card with the gorgeous Wheelie Amazing stamp set!

I really love this challenge! I used a mix, I used the moodboard as well as the skecth, but feel free to use everything you get out of both of them! Can't wait to see all of your creations!

I choose to use a cardbase in A2 size (which is approximately 4 1/4" x 5 1/2") and added a piece of patterned paper, which is just the right size for this card type, from the Sugar & Spice paper pad. I then diecutted a front panel with a die from the Card Front Element Builder SugarCuts. I started blending a background using Antique Linen Distress Oxide ink from Ranger, a blending tool and the new Outdoor Builder Scene Stencil to create the clouds with.

I then diecutted a piece of paper with the Homescape Scape SugarCuts and then diecutted this paper againg with the same die as I used to diecut my front panel with, to make it a perfect fit. I coloured the trees with Copic Markers and blended the grass and road with ink. I then added a circle that I also blended and diecutted with the scalloped die. I added some splatters on this piece with water and gold ink. I then stamped and fussy cutted the images from the Wheelie Amazing stamp set. I coloured the images further with Copic Markers and added them on to my card using dimensionals. You're My Ride or Die!

Sugar & Spice Patterned Paper Collection
Thanks for hopping over to my blog today! Stay safe and crafty everyone!


9 opmerkingen:

  1. Een mooi leuk kaartje is dit weer geworden Linda.
    Het hondje zit klaar om te vertrekken.
    Prachtig gemaakt.

  2. Leuk hoe je het allemaal hebt uitgewerkt. Werkt voor mij ook altijd inspirerend een schets, maar zeker ook een kleuren uitdaging. Leuk kaartje!

  3. Superleuke kaart met de fiets!
    Groetjes, Eri

  4. Wat mooi! Niet alleen dat je zo'n sterke kaart maakt met maar weinig kleuren, maar ook hoe je steeds weer een mooie scene weet te maken! Groetjes, Gerrina