Loving die inlays with cardstock and alcohol inked backgrounds using Tim Holtz Alcohol ink
There is something strangely relaxing about assembling the die cut pieces into beautiful cards. Here's another rose background card.
Very behind in my homework for #onlinecardclasses #crushingoncardstock cardmaking class.
I decided to combine homework for Day 2 and Day 3 in one card. This card combines stamping, dry embossing and inlay die cuts using cardstock. While it took me ALL day to do it, I am pleased with how this turned out. There is no sentiment as I will wait to see what occasion it goes to its forever home.
The next one won't take as long- I hope!
Saved my die cut pieces from this beauty and created another. This one has lots of texture and dimension...love how dynamic cardstock is.
Day One homework was to create a card with cardstock strips forming them into a chevron pattern or checkerboard. I quickly learned that precision in measurement is the key to a successful pattern. Mine was out the slightest bit which made me crazy so I freestyled the chevron so you could not tell. Loving this little card.