Monday, June 26, 2017
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
These are for the Extinct Birds Swap on ATCs for All. Up until recently, I've been spending all of my time doing a big craft room reorganization, so it was good to MAKE something again. I tried to include the birds' origins and rough extinction dates.
Posted by Lisa Hicks at 2:50 PM
Monday, March 13, 2017
I'm participating in an ATC swap with an Easter egg theme. I've been a little distracted with trying to reorganize my craft room, but I did these cards to keep my crafty brain working. I LOVE doing ATCs, because they are smaller than a greeting card and allow me to really take my time working on them.
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This "egg tree" is pretty simple but was one of the first things that came to mind when I thought about the theme. I used markers, colored pencils, and Sakura 3D glaze pens.
My "swan" card is my favorite, even though the writing is a little crooked. I used markers, Sakura 3D pens, and colored pencils.
Inspired by an old cell phone cover, this is my "large teal abstract" egg. I used distress ink, a Sakura Souffle white pen, and matte medium on the egg. For the background, I used colored pencils in a crosshatch pattern.
Here's my "spring medley" egg. I guess I just wanted to play with my 3D pens on this one, because that's basically what I did. To get the egg shape, I made an egg-shaped mask then inked around it with a yellow ink that's just slightly darker than the yellow cardstock I used for the base.
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Posted by Lisa Hicks at 4:54 PM
I decided to make some thank you cards for my Etsy shop, but these cards are NOT currently available there. Since I'm stuck on rainbows lately, I made them in rainbow colors using ink blending, embossing, and die cutting. The card bases are standard A2 size (5 1/4 x 4 1/2) in white cardstock. I used my Cuttlebug to cut the "Thank You" sentiments (also in white cardstock) and to emboss the card panels. Then I used ink to blend onto the panels. They were fun to make but took quite a bit longer than I expected them to, and I think the look is too simple for how much work went into them. Live and learn.
Posted by Lisa Hicks at 4:31 PM