Chari joins us today with a fun remake of a card she’s made twice before! For this one she uses some new techniques and a couple newer stamp sets! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.
Thanks so much for watching!
That ink blended sky is so gorgeous! Chari used Distress Oxide inks in Wilted Violet, Blueprint Sketch and Chipped Sapphire, then she added shimmery stars by flicking on Gansai Tambi Starry Colors watercolor paint.
This is such a sweet and creative design for Valentine’s Day!
Here are the older versions of Chari’s fun card design!
Chari made this card in August of 2011 after a fun camping trip! She used the “to: Santa” note from Cozy Christmas to make the cute little tents! So clever! The moon and stars are from Plus One, our first new baby set! The sentiment is Chari’s own printing! Click HERE for a link to the original blog post for this card!
For this version, made in October of 2011, Chari added her sentiment using Harold’s ABCs!
Thanks so much for this fun stroll down your crafty memory lane, Chari! I’m sure this will inspire other cardmakers to revisit their favorite card designs too!
We are excited for another day of inspiration from our wonderful week-long collaboration with our friends at Therm-O-Web! We will be sharing fabulous Design Team projects and videos using Therm-O-Web products! We hope you will be inspired!
We are having a giveaway this week too! Woohoo!! One lucky winner will receive a $30.00 gift certificate to use at lawnfawn.com! We invite you to comment once on each of our blog posts this week for your chance to win! We will randomly select our winner from all the comments this week and announce our winner on Monday, October 1st!
Be sure come back tomorrow for more awesome inspiration by our awesome Design Team!
Lizzy joins us today to share a clean and simple modern Christmas card design! She uses non-traditional colors with touches of shiny gold! You can watch the video tutorial here or at our YouTube channel.
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I love the unique background that Lizzy created using Smitty’s ABCs!