Glossy Cardstock Project Gallery!
A couple days ago I stated I was planning to post a Glossy Cardstock Project Gallery. Life got in the way of me posting it earlier this week, so that is my priority for today. Remember, all of these cards were created using some of the techniques I taught in my Glossy Cardstock Techniques Class a couple weeks ago. You can find out more about some of the techniques in past blog posts.
I used the Daisy Delight and Layering Love stamp sets along with a combination of Polished Stone background and Swiped Background for the card shown below. (Note: Daisy Delight is also available as a bundle with the coordinating Daisy Punch.)
This next card was created using the Layering Love and Ribbon of Courage stamp sets, the Support Ribbon Framelits and one of the Polished Stone backgrounds. (Note: The Ribbon of Courage stamp set and the Support Ribbon Framelits are also available as a bundle in both Clear-mount and Wood-mount.)
This next card also uses both Polished Stone and Swiped backgrounds. It features flowers from the Falling Flowers stamp set, the coordinating May Flowers Framelits and one of the sayings from Dragonfly Dreams.
This next four cards use a combination of Polished Stone backgrounds and Plastic Wrap backgrounds. They also use the Ribbon of Courage bundle. Notice that I cut the framelit images in a way that I was able to use the negative of the cut to create a coordinating card.
Here’s another card using both Polished Stone and Swiped backgrounds, but this time I decided to stamp on the Swiped background before I assembled the card. I also used the Ribbon of Courage bundle and the Layering Ovals Framelits.
The next two cards use the Sponged Background technique – using Stamping Sponges that I had cut up. The first card uses the Happy Birthday Thinlit cut from Lemon Lime Twist cardstock and Fresh Fig cardstock, two of the NEW In Colors! The second card features the Ribbon of Courage bundle (Can you tell I am LOVING it!), the Layering Circles Framelits, the NEW Glitter Enamel Dots and the NEW In Color Bitty Bows.
Here’s a card that combines a version of the Swiped Technique with the Embossed Resist Technique. It features the Seaside Shore stamp set.
The next card combines Polished Stone and Plastic Wrap backgrounds. I also used the Eastern Beauty stamp set, Bold Butterfly Framelits, Butterflies Thinlits and Thick Whisper White cardstock (which I LOVE!).
And, the final photo share for the Glossy Cardstock Project Gallery, some gift bags where I stamped images from the Falling Flowers stamp set on Polished Stone to create the accents on the tags!
I still have a lot of backgrounds from my Glossy Cardstock Technique Class so I will be sharing more projects that put them to use in future blog posts. Be watching for them!