Creating with my MISTI and Creative Corners

 I have a few cards to share with you today, along with pictures of how I set up my Misti using the new Creative Corners.  
But first, a bit about the cards. I have a friend who is a gardener of all things wonderful, and I think she would enjoy this card, just because. I used the creative corners to do the stenciling of the brick wall, which is done in lavender using the beautiful Clarity Brushes. I coloured the potted plant with Zigs and die cut to attach to the card base on foam dots. I stamped the little pot, and coloured, along with the birdie. My intent was to place the birdie on the tipped pot with a foam dot, but I did not like him there ... I felt that she should be looking at the seeds that she could eat instead. 😊 I added slight shading under the pots and birds and stamped the sentiment to finish.
 For this next card which I did for a friend to give her mother, I stamped the card base with the flower and sentiment, along with a second piece which I die cut with the oval die. I then stamped the butterfly on the oval, which is a 3 step process, using some distress ink colours. I coloured the flower with distress markers, propped the flower up on foam tape and added a few sequins for a bit of sparkle.
 For the pink card, I used the same technique as above, except this time I stamped the base in the pink and the top image in gray on watercolour paper. I watercoloured the top panel using my Zigs and again propped the panel up on foam dots, then stamped the sentiment and added a few sequins for a bit of sparkle. 
Following are pictures of my Misti setup that you might find useful. 
 Watercolouring the stamped flower pot and the bird before die cutting.
 Set up to stencil my card base.
Arranging my design and finishing up.
 Set up for layering the stamped images.

I always find it amusing how much goes into making a card. Yet, the process is what I love the most.
Thank you for dropping by today ... I hope you enjoyed this post and I look forward to seeing you next time.
Products: Altenew Best Mom and Garden Grow Stamps and Dies, MISTI, Creative Corners, Prima Marketing Brick Wall Stencil, Zig Clean Color Brushes, Tim Holtz Distress Markers, Tim Holtz Distress Ink Milled Lavender, Dried Marigold, Ripe Persimmon, Twisted Citron, Picked Raspberry, Weathered Wood, Aqua Brush, Simon Says Stamp Intense Black, Spellbinders Nested Oval Dies, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles and Stitched Circles, Neenah Cardstock, Paper Garden Cardstock, Fabriano 140lb. Hot Press Watercolour Paper, Sequins, Foam Tape and Dots.

1 comment

  1. Sweet Kia, what gorgeous cards! I love how you've made them and shown the various photos. I recently received my Creative Corners that I prepared through My Sweet Petunia, and I love the idea of the corners with the magnets. Beautifully done, and I so love your work! Hugs, sweet friend! xoxo


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