Happy Labor Day! Today we started off by being a little productive but now we’re watching the Harry Potter series and enjoying this extra day on our weekend. I thought this week I’d share a few of my favorite projects I made last month and the supplies I used to make them. I hope you enjoy!
I think this was my favorite card I made last month. The colors from the challenge I participated in turned out so vibrant and coloring in the jellyfish just made me so happy!
Images: RG Studio 360 So Jelly
Supplies From My Stash: blue cardstock, white cardstock, blue ink pad, light blue ink pad (pool color), black splattering ink/paint, glaze, alcohol markers, vellum, circle die, natural twine, blue sequins, clear glitter
This was the first watercolor background card that I was so happy with as I’ve always struggled with this technique. (It inspired me to make my first video in quite a few years, too.) I kept my coloring simple with the cactus images.
Images: RG Studio 360 Stuck With Me
Supplies From My Stash: kraft cardstock, white cardstock, pink re-inker, black twine, pink sequins, black splattering ink/paint, glaze, alcohol markers, clear glitter
The two of these cards were the most popular for me on Instagram and Facebook. YouTube, too, but does it really count when you only share one video? :) The background and large floral images are really what make these cards pop!
Images: RG Studio 360 Happy Days
Supplies From My Stash: black cardstock, kraft cardstock, white cardstock, black twine, black splattering ink/paint, glaze, alcohol markers
Lastly, my other most popular post on Instagram and Facebook was this gift of bicycle cards I made for a family member. Most of the hard work was done by my Silhouette and Minc machines, but they turned out so pretty!
Images: RG Studio 360 Joy Ride
Supplies From My Stash: white cardstock, gold foil, alcohol markers, natural twine, clear splattering ink/paint, black splattering ink/paint, light blue panpastel, white sequins, blue ink pad, lime green ink pad, light brown ink oad
I hope reading my supply lists help you go out and create cards inspired by the ones above. Have a great rest of your weekend!