[Part 2] SSS -May 2018 | 10 cards- 1 kit

Hello everyone! Thank you for stopping by youtube channel and blog! Here are some still images of the last 5 cards I made. I loved making these cards because it only took me an hour and a half to finish all these five cards! Usually, it takes me way longer and this time it was pretty smooth process.

*Images are not in the same order as the video*

Card 1

I mention on the video about thinking of my sister when I made this card- well, she is kind of a wild child lol! She loves tattoos – not that their bad but rather she is a gutsy gal! She does things that I would be afraid to try. When choosing the puffy sentiment, “blame it on my wild heart,” I thought of her. I see as being a fearless and wild soul.




Card 2

This card oh my gosh! gave me a headache! If you saw my video you know the story of what happened while the making of this card. I’m so pleased with the end result though. I think that this card just seem colorful elegance! I love the color combination and the simplicity of this card. The word, “heart,” was made by rubbing the versafine black ink pad onto some white paper- I don’t have black card stock paper. I rubbed the pad onto the paper and then that is when the accident happened lol! After cleaning the mess I made I put the die onto the the paper I rubbed with the versafine black ink pad and ran it on my sizzix sidekick die cut machine- great tip for when you don’t have a specific card stock paper color.




Card 3

I love books! I love the theme of this card because of the book paper patter. This is another simple card and can be used to give to someone who has graduated school- especially with the sentiment, “not easy but worth it.” I think that sentiment fits a graduation card perfectly.




Card 4

Another favorite is this card right here. I loved the simplicity of this card! I love when I can create my own floral arrangement.




Card 5

I really love the shade of blue on this card. I think it matches the stickers great! A simple card that has a lot of interest!





You can view the process here or on my youtube channel.




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