Friday, February 7, 2014

3 cards by Leanne Allinson


"13" card, by Leanne Allinson


 
Designer Notes: Make a sweet little card for a teenager with bright colours and the gorgeous KI Memories Color Crush collection.  The number '13' stamp image from Jillibean Soup | Irish Farm House Soup, is perfect.  When stamping, mask the 'c' to prevent it from showing next to the number 13.
 
supplies:
Hampton Art:
stamps: Jillibean Soup | Irish Farm House Soup (jb0012)
ink: Archival Ink (Jet Black)
paper: KI Memories | Color Crush (KIV0406)
other: white cardstock, foam tape, small bow die.
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"Happy Birthday" card, by Leanne Allinson


Designer Notes: Layer the selected patterned papers and choose two main contrasting colors for your ink.  Cut a small doily from vellum and stamp with the large flower from the Jillibean Soup | Cold Avocado Soup in the centre.  Layer the doily with the card sentiment "Happy Birthday", which has been stamped onto white cardstock and trimmed around the outside edge.  Finish the card by wrapping some twine close to the card's fold.
 
supplies:
Hampton Art:
stamps: Jillibean Soup |Cold Avocado  Soup (jb00128); Echo Park | Scoot(sc0528).
ink: Colorbox | Pool; Close to My Heart (Sunset)
paper: KI Memories | Bright Geo (KIV0406)
Bakery Twine: Ki (orange)
other: white cardstock, foam tape, small doily die, vellum.
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"Bundle of Joy" card, by Leanne Allinson
 

Designer Notes: To replicate the chalkboard look, stamp your image with white ink onto black paper.  Trim around the outside edges of the image and mount onto white cardstock to create a frame/border.  Add extra layers to your card by fussy cutting other images from the same collection.
 
supplies:
Hampton Art:
stamps: Echo Park | Bundle of Joy (SC0527)
ink: Archival Ink (moonlight); Colorbox | Pool; Stampin' Up | ; Kaisercraft | corn
paper: KI Memories | Bright Geo (KIV0406)
Bakery Twine: Ki (blue)
other: white cardstock, foam tape.

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