Saturday, January 9, 2021

Happy Little Stampers January Challenge...

Hi! I am so happy to be back after a break! I do hope you missed the HLS challenges. I am here today with some great inspiration.

My card today is a quick one, made with some pretty pattern paper and alphabet dies.


I started with a black card base and added a piece of pattern paper cut slightly smaller. Before I adhered the paper to the card base, I die cut the word 'HUGS' out of it. I also cut out the letters from some black fun foam. I adhered the pattern paper die-cuts to the fun foam letters and popped the pieces back into place. Here is a closer look at the sentiment.

Fun foam adds dimension to the die-cuts easily. If you don't have any foam on hand, you can stack 5-6 die-cuts together. Here is another view of the sentiment.

And another look at the completed card.

I hope my cards inspire you to create something beautiful. You can visit the Happy Little Stampers challenge blog for more inspiration and link your creations. I look forward to visiting you in our gallery.


Love,
Nandini











9 comments:

  1. I love this great card and everyone needs a hug these days! Great eclipse card with beautiful paper! Happy to be on the DT with you! Have a great weekend!!

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  2. Simple but superb card. I love this technique... just need to save for buying some alpha dies.
    Catherine x

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    1. Thanks. Sentiment dies also work great. Maybe you can try those.

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  3. Such beautiful paper!!! I haven't done this technique in a while so thanks for the reminder. Awesome card.

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  4. Love this idea...awesome card!

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  5. Beautiful card as always Nandini. I love the raised sentiment on the card.

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  6. Beautiful card and eclipse technique is one of my favorites. And who doesn't let a hug.. 😍 😍 😍

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  7. Gorgeous Nandini! I just love this blue and white DP and your hidden die cut sentiment allows it to shine through! Take care!! :)

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  8. I love how you cleverly hid the sentiment in plain view with a perfect match to the dsp! What a unique and beautiful card!

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