Congrats on your new pad!

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Hello and welcome back,

In today’s post I am featuring a card that I created few days ago for our family members who have recently purchased their first home.

It is such an exciting time in their lives and I wanted to create a celebration card that will be included with their housewarming gift.

I choose a stamp set Froggy Friends from Sunny Studio Stamps that includes the cutest froggy images and has a variety of different celebration themed sentiments.

I decided to create a layered look on this card without adding a lot of bulk so I stamped the images on masking paper and fussy cut them out.

To create my scene I stamped the images on a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 piece of Neenah Solar White cardstock as I decided to color my images with alcohol markers. Next I started adding two shades of blue ink (Distress Oxide – Broken China and Salty Ocean) on the bottom part of my cardstock to create water and ripples and colored all stamped images with markers. I created the sky using the same colors of Distress Oxide inks and a Mini Clouds stencil by My Favorite Things.

I wanted a separation between the water and the plants so I freehanded the grass and pebbles to create a shoreline. Then I cut my panel to a standard A2 size card size using a stitched rectangle die by Lawn Fawn.

As my card was coming together I decided to add a little bit of dimension so I stamped, colored and fussy cut the frogs and 1 lily pad and attached them to the card with foam tape. Next I added a sentiment using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.

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To finish off the card I stamped a few tiny bugs buzzing around and added some Wink of Stella to my lilies for some shine.

I hope you liked this Froggy card and got inspired.

2 thoughts on “Congrats on your new pad!

  1. Trisha

    Such an adorable card! Tank you for sharing your creation process. It is detailed and easy to understand which helps if attempting to recreate your creative card! Looking forward to seeing your future projects!

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