Winnie & Walter Rerun: In Bloom: Addie's Garden

Hey everybody! For this month's Winnie & Walter Rerun, we are showing new projects using In Bloom: Addie's Garden. I love this set, especially the hydrangea. So I had to use one on a card for Mother's Day:

I made a card base from watercolor paper and inked it with purple dye ink. Then I applied water drops with a brush. After it was dried, I stamped the two-toned "Mama" from Parentville Extras using my MISTI. Now I stamped the hydrangea and the leaves onto watercolor paper, colored them with Peerless Watercolors, cut them out and adhered them with foam tape. Finally, I added matching sequins.

I hope my hydrangeas will bloom spectacularly this year!

Now be sure to visit the Winnie & Walter blog for more inspiration and for all the information on how to join us for the Rerun! Thanks for stopping by!



May the Forest

...be with you. Ha, I so love this sentiment! And I love the cute MFT set it comes with. I wanted to play and made a card for the current MFT Sketch Challenge and will enter it to the SSS Wednesday Challenge Anything Goes.

On my take, the stripes of the sketch were made by using the tree stamps to create a subtle background:

First, I trimmed the green panel slightly smaller than my Kraft card base, stamped the trees tone on tone and adhered it to the card. Then I trimmed a strip of darker green cardstock, stamped and heat-embossed the sentiment and adhered this to the card with foam tape. I stamped and colored the deer and the leaves with Copics and die-cut everything with matching dies. Finally, I adhered the images using foam tape again.

Can't wait for the new little fawns to hop over the fields behind our garden :)
I hope your weekend is amazing! Thanks for stopping by!




Yummy Shaker Card

Hello everyone! Wow, this week has flown by. Spring is having a break here in Germany and my poor garden is being neglected due to snow fall, sunshine, rainstorms, sunshine, hailstorms, sunshine, wind gusts, sunshine (all in one hour). So I needed a card to brighten my day. This is what you'll find  on the Sunny Studio Blog today:

I hope you'll visit the Sunny Studio Blog for instructions and a close-up :)
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