Monday, May 10, 2021

Sticker Monday at STAMPlorations (Part 3)


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Hello crafty friends and welcome!
I'm back on the STAMPlorations blog with my final
Sticker Monday post. I've created three different cards, ranging from CAS to very
labor intensive. The first two cards use stickers from the Happiness Here clear stickers,
and the last card features the Bits of Washi 2 clear stickers.

First up is the CAS card:

I started by die cutting a panel using the Circles All Over Texture Cover Plate and matting it on green card stock. I added one of the stickers from the Happiness Here clear stickers to the bottom right corner. When making the shaker element, I didn't want foam adhesive to show around the
outline of the heart shaker balloon, so I die cut it 9 times, along with the solid acetate piece, stacked
and glued together. Another solid shape was die cut from a very light green card stock
for the base, then added sequins from the Sparkly Greens ShakerBlends before gluing the
stacked outline to the base.

My second card is what I like to call Clean and Layered:

This card is loosely based on Mojo Monday sketch #558. Some pretty paper,
and a yummy looking ice cream cone from the Sweet Cravings stamps and dies 
colored with Spectrum Noir markers then coated with Wink of Stella, because
who doesn't love a shimmery ice cream cone?!

To finish the card front, I stamped a sentiment from the Balloons and Banners stamp set.

My last card is a labor of love:

That herringbone background panel was created using just over two
sheets of the Bits of Washi 2 sticker pack. Yes, call me crazy, but I really
wanted to use as many stickers as possible on my card, and this is
the design I came up with. 😁

I trimmed it to size, matted it on some black card stock and adhered to the card base.
For the final touch, I die cut the Birthday Wishes phrase die and glued it on top
of the design, then added a few sequins from the Black and Silver Chic ShakerBlends.

I hope that you enjoyed the projects I've made using stickers and hope that
you try them out for yourself. They are super fun to use!
I'd love to hear what you think. Be sure to leave a comment below and
on the STAMPlorations Sticker Monday post for a chance at a $15 prize code. 
Every month they randomly draw 7 winners from all the posts published during the
month. So the more posts you comment on, the more chances you have to win!
  Thanks for visiting. I hope that you have a great day!

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