Tag Archive for ‘Dye Inkpad’

Love You – Tag On A Card

Today I’m sharing a simple card but I have tried out a technique on the background…I don’t know if this technique has a proper name…I have inked the stamp once and stamped thrice…the second and third stamping is much lighter but is still visible and gives a nice effect…
I chose a plain light pink card base….and the top layer is plain white….after stamping the bottom two layers with red and purple ink,I used pink dye ink to create the rest of the background…
Once the background was ready,I stamped and die cut a tag from vellum paper and another tag from pink glitter cardstock…tied a ribbon bow at the top and placed it on the middle of the card…
Hope you liked this card…
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Me And My Daily Papercraft Blog - Handmade Card by PriCreated

LEAP DAY SPECIAL BLOG POST – No Fuss Colouring Technique Cards

It’s the 29th of February and I’m going to celebrate this day which comes only once in four years….I don’t know if my blog will still be running four years from now….so I’ve decided not to number my post for today….not only that,I’m sharing a special technique that I’ve learn’t from the latest issue of Australian Cardmaking,Stamping and Papercraft magazine (Vol. 22 No.8)..

The no fuss colouring technique tutorial was by Marion Vagg and her card was so pretty….She has used the back of cling stamps to stamp with coloured ink first and then the right side with black ink…..now the thing we have to be really careful about is the fact that the stamp has to be a symmetrical one or else it won’t work…
I got such good results from this technique that I went ahead and made two cards….The first one is a Hello card in which I have used my marigold stamp and in the second card I have used balloon stamps to make a Birthday card….
It’s a great technique to teach kids as well….
Hope you liked my cards….
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LEAP DAY BLOG POST - Me And MY Daily Papercraft Blog - Handmade Card by PriCreated

LEAP DAY BLOG POST - Me And MY Daily Papercraft Blog - Handmade Card by PriCreated

Post#142 Dream Catcher Encouragement Card

Post#122 – Reindeer & Stars Card

I’ve started my Chirstmas cards with a simple one this year….and I used one of my favourite stamps for this card….I love this flying reindeer stamp from Hot Off The Press Inc.
I chose a plain blue card base and a white top layer for this card….on the top layer I used the stars stencil with blue ink and covered about 3/4th of the space….I then stamped the reindeer stamp in a way that it seems to be flying among the stars…
I stamped the sentiment on a white banner and added a wider blue banner underneath….
Hope you liked this card…
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Post#119 – Favorite Wish Card

A lot of stamp sets have these teeny tiny stamps that are very rarely used…but not anymore…Jennifer McGuire has shared a wonderful tutorial to create these beautiful backgrounds for your cards using those small stamps…Once I saw the tutorial,I quickly pulled out a few small stamps and started stamping….
My card has stars stamps in various sizes that I have stamped with blue dye ink…and used various shades…darker at the top and lighter one near the bottom…and I think that the sentiment stamp goes very well with the star stamps….I also added a few tiny rhinestones….
I’m sure I’ll be trying this technique again soon…
Hope you like this card as much as I do…
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Post#100 – Gift Pouch

Today I’m sharing a gift pouch made from Kraft Cardstock…making the pouch was not a big task…so to give it a bit of a nice look I tried the partial die cut technique on the pouch flap…
Once I cut out two pieces of Kraft paper for the pouch and the top decorative layer , I stamped the top layer with blue ink using a border stamp….I then used two consecutive sizes of Ornate Frame nesting dies to partially die cut the shape for the flap of the pouch….I then sponged both these pieces with the same blue ink…
Once the pouch was ready,I made a band for closing it and attached a smaller die cut from the same die set and stamped on it…
Hope you liked this pouch…
And thankyou so much for visiting my blog…It’s my 100th post today… 🙂
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