Birthday Hello Card

My last card was a bright one and I wanted to make another bright one with lots of colours in it….there is not much technique in this card but I had a whole lot of fun creating a colourful background for today’s card…
The card base is plain white and the top layer has been die cut using the cross stitched rectangle die and watercolour cardstock…then I used a paint brush and simply dabbed on various colours from my Peerless watercolours set….
Using an orange foil cardstock, I die cut the word ‘hello’ and a speech bubble….I stamped the sentiment on the speech bubble before placing it on the top layer…and finally I have added a few orange sequins as embellishments…
I’m glad you stopped by to take a look at my card….Hope you will have a beautiful day ahead…!!
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Me And My Daily Papercraft Blog - Handmade Card by PriCreated

Me And My Daily Papercraft Blog - Handmade Card by PriCreated

Quick Stamping Background Card

This is one of my favorite techniques to make a quick card….repeat stamping using just a few small stamps to create a background…
The card base is plain pink and the top layer has been die cut from white cardstock using the large stitched rectangle die…I then took two small potted succulents stamps and stamped them repeatedly on the top layer using black ink….
Since the background looked a bit too simple,I decided to colour in just two of the images and placed a bright pink die cut word ‘hello’ and the card was ready…
Thanks so much for stopping by to take a look at my card…Have a blessed day today…!! 
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Hello Long Lost Friend Card

I really like how bright colours stand out on a black background…..especially if its a distress ink panel or top layer in a card….I think I will be using a black card base a lot more from now on….at first I didn’t use it that much thinking how will most people manage to write their messages on the inside of a black card….but now I see white gel pens easily and cheaply available everywhere…so that should not be a problem at all…
The card base is plain black and the top panel has been die cut from a stitch rectangle die using watercolour cardstock…I then pulled out a large acrylic stamping block and randomly dabbed a lot of different distress inks onto it and then spritzed it with some water…I quickly transferred the watery ink to the die cut panel and heat set it….
I have used gold foil cardstock to die cut the word hello and a small strip to stamp the rest of the sentiment on…I have also placed two black die cut chevron bits as the only embellishments on this card…
Thanks for visiting today…Happy crafting…!!
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Hello( From Australia) Card

The Stampers Anonymous Cityscapes stamp set by Tim Holtz is simply beautiful…I have used them on various projects before but have never had a result like this one….
I started with a plain white card base and cut watercolour paper to size for the top layer….on that top layer I stamped the Sydney cityscape image with Versamark ink and heat embossed it with gold embossing powder….
I coloured in the image with light colours and then coloured in the sky and water using Peerless watercolours….The large word ‘hello’ has been die cut from gold glitter cardstock and I have decorated the card with a few blue sequins…
Thanks for stopping by today…Have a blessed day…!!
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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#50 Colourful Hello

Post Number 50…..sounds sooooo good when I say it out loud… 🙂
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog…..each one of you encourage me to do better and keep going…

Here I have tried the very popular distress inks watercolour effect with embossing folders….for this card I wanted to use the whole piece on the card and also try and keep the embossed parts from getting ink on them so it stands out better….
After the embossed layer was dry I attached it to the card base….then I took a strip of blue paper same as the card base and used the stitched border die to create a slanting stitch effect on it…I added the die cut word hello on top and then adhered it to the card…
I like how bright and colourful this card turned out…Hope you liked it too….
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Post#19 Tag Card – Yellow Hello

Sometimes,a simple hello from someone you haven’t heard from in a while makes you feel happy….and special…and thought about…
This card is made on a Kraft card base….and a yellow and white printed paper as top layer….I die cut two fishtail shaped tags in plain yellow and white….and on the top tag I attached a colourful Hello die cut word….to attach the tags to each other I used a bit of thick yellow bakers twine…and a few golden sequins here and there to finish the card…
Hope you liked it.
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