Posts Tagged ‘pop dots’

PostDateIcon July 29th, 2010 | No Comments

Good evening! Tonights card was made for a challenge over at Paper Cutz! Mary had a great challenge this week to create something with wheels. I knew this was the perfect chance to use my new Imaginisce stamp. I also love note cards so that is what I chose to make.

I stamped the image in Staz-on and then water colored it.  Next I added tiny pink bling and stickles to the scooter. Then I popped the scooter off the card base with 1/16 inch pop-dots. The sentiment is from The Paper Company.

Thank you so much for taking a peek at my card.

Let this little note card say it for you!

A little bling and stickles always make images more fun!

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PostDateIcon May 6th, 2010 | No Comments

I made this card for the Paper Cutz Challenge #39. This is my first time participating and I had a lot of fun with it. This weeks challenge was to make a project for a graduation. I decided to make a 4×4 card for a graduate. The card base is made with Bazzill Kraft cardstock.  For the elements, I used my Everday Paper Dolls cartridge and a sentiment stamp from Hero Arts. I added gold cord to the tassel and red ribbon to the diploma. Then I adhered the cap and diploma to the card base using pop-dots.

I highly recommend participating over there. Be sure to click the link above to check out Paper Cutz Challenge. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my cards!

You Did It!

I added pop-dots for added dimension.

Congrats!
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PostDateIcon January 1st, 2010 | No Comments

Here’s my Frosty card. I used Distress ink in Tea Dye and light blue pigment ink on the card front. I don’t have the Distress Tool yet, so I’ve been making due with other things to do my distressing. But I think it tuned out pretty cool looking. I also distressed the edges of the cardstock with a nail file. The Frosty Stamp is from Inkadinkado. I colored his nose with an orange glitter gel pen and then circle cut the image. I think stickles would look great on the image too. I used pop-dots to adhere Frosty to the card front. The Sentiment is from Walmart clear stamps and the ribbon is from the Target Dollar Bin. After every thing was adhered I sprayed the card front with my homemade Perfect Pearls Mist. It gave the card a gorgeous sparkling sheen. There’s a picture at the end of the video that shows the sheen.

To make Perfect Pearls Mist – I used a mini mister, water and a tiny bit of Perfect Pearls in the color Perfect Pearl. Thanks for watching and Happy Holidays!!!

Frosty!

Frosty Inkadinkado Stamp

Sentiment

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