Wednesday, August 6, 2014

I hope you have a beautiful day card - Cards In Envy

Another fun card I made using a mat cut file on my Silhouette Cameo. This was such an easy card to make! All I did was adhere the die cut down to a piece of cardstock that I used some watercolors on. Then colored a digital image I found on Pinterest with some Copic markers and then pop dotted the digi image to the front of the card. Easy peasy!

Product List:

Cardstock: American Crafts
Ink, embossing powder, paint: Watercolors, Copic Markers
Digital elements: Image Unknown
Miscellaneous: Sillouette Cameo
Challenge Site: Cards In Envy


  1. Beautiful card Nadine! Love the beautiful background!

  2. Beautiful card! Thanks for playing along with us at Cards in Envy.

  3. Love it! That background you cut out is perfect for a beach card and I love the image! Thanks for sharing with us at Cards in Envy!

  4. Love the vivid colors of the image against the gorgeous watercolored background! Thanks for joining in our challenge at Cards in Envy. :)

  5. I adore this card! I love the scene! The colors are magnificent, too. I don't have this type of cutting machine. Oh it time to go shopping for a different die cut machine? :) Shhhh don't tell hubby. Hugs, Gail

  6. Okay, so now I'm going to go looking for this digital stamp. My wonderful husband took me to Hawaii 8 weeks after I had a brain tumor removed and this reminds me so much of there. Now I need this stamp. :)

  7. This is such an amazing card. Beautiful colors xoxo

  8. K totally LOVE that background!!! amazing!!! thanks sooo much for playing along with Cards in Envy!!!

  9. Wow! Beautiful card! Love that image and the background! Thank so much for sharing with us at Cards in Envy!


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