Happy Friday crafty friends! It’s been almost two months since I made a card last year. I have stayed in South Korea for the past two months because of family issues, and I returned home on Christmas Eve. Couldn’t be happier to be back home and finally get my hands inky.
Yesterday I played along with CASE Study challenge #172. When I saw the inspiration photo above, I couldn’t believe my eyes, because I haven’t seen like these beautiful cookies icing delicately. These cookies are a work of folk art! I was inspired by colors, doily, and embroidery look. So here is what I came up with:
Yesterday was my hubby’s birthday. Right, I created this card for him. I was thinking for a long time to make him one of the best birthday card. But it turned out a last minute birthday card again. I almost missed writing a message inside before he came home, because I was running out of time. Dose it happen to you, too? This seems to happen to me every year. It’s always hectic when his birthday comes.
Here is how I crated my card. 1)Stamp the Rustic Wreath image on a kraft card base in watermark ink. 2)Sprinkle some white embossing powder over the stamped images. 3)Heat emboss the images using heat tool. 4)Color in some leaves using a white Gelly Roll pen and watercolor pencils in different colors. 5)Round the top corner of the card. 6)Add the sentiment from Inside&Out: Birthday stamp set by Papertrey Ink.
FYI, these are the supplies I used to create my card: the heat tool and white pen were not pictured. Thank you so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!