Tuesday, May 13, 2014

A Two Accordion Card Post with Fun New Peel Offs!

Hi,

Sorry I have been missing in action....We had company for a week and life just took over!
I have two cards to show you today with the New Jackie's Doll Circle Peel offs using the Circle Accordion Die set by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs  They are so much fun......

The first one was created using the Glitter Technique and colored with Copics. Els has a really good video on how to do this technique HERE.

Here is the Card Closed:

I used a Purple card stock for the frame on the front and covered it with the warm silk microfine glitter to make it a little sparkly!

And the Open Shots :)


For the Sentiment I stamped a Hero Arts Sentiment and then Put a piece of the double sided adhesive on top and covered it with the Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter before adding a little color with copics and then cutting it out.


So many possibilities with these new peel offs!

Here is another card I made using the same peel off set but I water colored it with Distress Pens.

Here is the front:


And the Inside:


I decided to carry the message on to the Back so I could write a personal note there.  Especially since the card will more than likely be displayed it is nice to have the back finished as well.

Here is the Back:

I Love that this die set has the stitched lines around the die. It makes it so easy to just color through the die to add some faux stitching.  You can emboss it too but on this one I did not.
If you think these dies are too much work, think again....they are so easy HERE is a Video by Karen Burniston Showing How they go together!

Hope These have Inspired you in some way...they sure are fun to make and to give!
Have a Great Day!!

2 comments:

donna mikasa said...

Soooo pretty and perfect for Mother's Day! Love the colors, too!

Mary Prasad said...

Pretty cards! Love the colors!

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