Sunday, 17 June 2012

Spring DIs - birthday card

Don't know where June has gone, almost the longest day and hardly any summer to talk about so I thought I would cheer myself up yesterday, put away the sewing for a day and make a summer themed card.
Being a complete scatterbrain I forgot a forum friend's birthday so this needed to be done pretty sharpish.


Glossy card smooshed with Spring Distress Inks and stamped with Crafty Individuals stamps.  The 'sea-foam' at the bottom is made by melting wonderweb on the card until it goes into holes before adding and melting white embossing powder.  I do like the effect it gives.

Speaking of Distress Inks I swore that I wouldn't fall for the 'limited issue, get yours now' publicity but afraid I weakened when I saw the summer ones and ordered them yesterday.  The colours looked so vibrant on the video so I hope they live up to their looks when they eventually arrive - will let you know what I think.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend - looks like a brighter dryer week ahead thank goodness, maybe summer is on the way at last.

6 comments:

Redanne said...

Your card is lovely and like that wonderweb thingy idea. I don't think you will be disappointed with the new colours, I don't really like vibrant pink but I used it on my latest card and it is a stunning colour and the blue is just amazing.

Lynne Moncrieff said...

Hi Ann
The background is wonderful and a great backdrop for the CI stamps.
Wishes
Lynne

Netty said...

Thank you for visiting me Ann, you have a lovely blog.
Loving your make today using some of my favourite stamps and the wonderweb looks fab, have never heard of this product. Brill results. Annette x

Ephemera said...

Hi Ann, love your card, beautiful effect with the glossy card and DI & fabby idea with the wonderweb. xx

Brenda Brown said...

Oh for some summer days and warm weather to be on the beach.
Love your card Ann and the sea-foam technique.
hugs {brenda] xox

florenceandfreddie said...

Hi Ann. Super card. Fab background.
Have a lovely week.
Regards Florence x