I made this card with melted crayons. I melted the blues and white crayon onto a craft iron then smeared it onto my cardstock. I used my heat emboss gun to melt crayon ,letting it drop onto the card for abstract flowers. Then stamped a couple butterflies using Stazon ink.
I made this card for a swap in an on-line card group (just cards) The little mermaid is Wee Stamp (digital), colored with copics, cut out embellishments with my Cricut Explore and a few little stickers.
This was a free cupcake digi from Meljen's . I loved coloring it with Primacolor markers, added some embelishments from Prima flowers, Diamond Glaze for dimension, Martha Stewart fine glitter and the corners are made with a Sizzex punch.
Of course while there I looked around and saw this Steampunk cupcake and had to have it too. I has a pad of Tim Holtz Halloween cardstock so used that , colored with Copics, flowers by Petaloo and some diamond Glaze and Metallic pen and tiny gems to finish it off.
I made these two cards by stamping onto metallic boards that are covered in black. The hardest part of this was finding an ink that shows up on black that dries, all I had was pigment inks and they did not dry with heat gun after I already allowed them to air dry for 48 hours, I finally brushed some perfect pearls powder on the ink to at least keep it from smearing as easily while I etched off the stamp lines exposing the gold metal underneath. I also found a baby wipe will clean off the powder and ink residue remaining after etching, Too bad my scanner does not show the nice crisp etched lines.