Camp Create – 5 Cards

Today I’m sharing my creations for the second week of Camp Create. Like last time I seem to have left getting them done quite late… I struggled a little bit with mojo for these, which is probably at least somewhat my own fault. (Some of it though is probably because I’ve been unwell this week.) I don’t really have a lot of MFT products, and whilst I know they’re not a requirement for joining in with the Camp challenges I really wanted to make my projects with the MFT supplies I do have. I think limiting myself in that way caused me to struggle. But I got the cards made in the end and, for the most part, I’m fairly happy with them.

Card 1 – Foiled Rainbow Banners

For Day 1 – Inlaid Made Easy. I started by cutting my MFT banner die (retired) from a white panel which I’d cut to just smaller than my card base. I then cut the same banner from some more card, which I had covered with double sided tape on both sides. I backed my die cut panel with a piece of scrap printer paper and in-laid the tape-covered banner segments. I used my reverse tweezers to remove the backing paper on the top side of all of the banner pieces, then pressed a piece of Rainbow Shattered Glass foil onto the panel. The foil stuck to the exposed adhesive, resulting in a fun foiled rainbow background.

I ran the foiled panel through my die cutting machine with the  hooray dienamic, making sure to keep all the negative pieces. I then inlaid a black die cut version of the hooray and fit the negative pieces of the background back in to the negative portions of the word. I adhered the in-laid panel to my card base, added a heat embossed sentiment panel popped up on foam, and finished of with some Ebony Black Nuvo Drops.

Challenges:

a2z Scrapbooking – Birthday

Creative Confetti – Make It Shimmer

MFT Camp Create – Inlaid Made Easy

Seize The Birthday – Anything Goes

STAMPlorations Theme & Sketch Challenge – Anything Stamping

Card 2 – Sympathy Masked Oval

For Day 2 – Magnificent Masking. I struggled with this card in particular, as I don’t have any MFT stamps so I wasn’t sure what to do for masking. In the end I decided to create a masked off area of stenciling. I created a mask with a die cut panel using a Lawn Fawn oval die. I then ink blended into the resulting window with Seedless Preserves and Milled Lavender Distress inks over the mini cloud stencil. I removed the framing mask and masked off the oval so that I could add a touch of grey ink blending, using Catherine Pooler Twilight ink, to give a slight cast shadow to the oval.

I completed the card by adding three hearts that I die cut using dies from the MFT Coffee Cup Die-namics and coloured with the Milled Lavender ink. I also stamped my sentiment with the same Milled Lavender. I am still not entirely happy with this card – it feels unfinished. I may come back to it and add some sort of image to the oval area.

Challenges:

HLS Anything Goes With Dies – Use Dies

MFT Camp Create – Magnificent Masking

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday – CAS

TCP Tuesday – CAS

The Rainbow Card Challenge – Purple

Card 3 – Brusho Background

For Day 3 – Background Bonanza. I used sea green Brusho to create the background for this card. It was actually the leftover Brusho from a different card attempt. I used some watercolour card and smooshed it into the leftover Brusho that was on my craft mat. I repeated smooshing and drying layers until I had picked up pretty much all of the leftover paint, resulting in an fun background.

I decided to use a blue card base, and glitzed it up with the addition of some blue glitter card. I die cut my Brusho panel with a Kat Scrappiness die, then cut the glitter card to slightly larger than the die cut panel. Before adhering the panels together I used the  hooray dienamic to cut a hooray from the glitter card. I then adhered the panels together, added the hooray on top, and finished the card by popping the panel up on my blue card base.

Challenges:

AAA Birthday Challenge – For The Boys

Creatalicious Challenges – Anything Goes and Optional: Add Some Sparkle

HLS Watercolour Challenge – Anything Goes

MFT Camp Create – Background Bonanza

Card 4 – Monochrome Coffee Card

For Day 4 – Monochromatic Magic. I went with browns for my monochrome card. I first used Tea Dye Distress ink to add three ink blended splats to the left hand side of my card base, using the Art Splatters stencil from STAMPlorations. I then die cut my coffee cup element, using the MFT Coffee Cup Die-namics, from some snippets of white. I ink blended the die cuts with the Tea Dye too, though I varied the intensity of the ink blending to give them different looks.

I used the larger heart die from the MFT Coffee Cup Die-namics to dry emboss into the coffee sleeve then used Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue to assemble my card. I finished off by adding some brown mirror peel-offs from Love From Lizi around the outside of the panel.

Challenges:

Caffeine Fueled Paper Play – Coffee

MFT Camp Create – Monochromatic Magic

MFT Sketch Challenge – SketchThe Sisterhood of Crafters – Dies

Card 5 – Ombre Foil

Day 5 – Awesome Ombre. This is another of the cards that my plan changed a bit as I went along. I used a stencil from The Crafters’ Workshop on the left hand side of my grey card base. I pounced Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue through it with a sponge and let it dry back to being tacky. It didn’t take long as it was a very thin layer. I then pressed some more of the Rainbow Shattered Glass foil onto it to create a rainbow ombre element. I die cut a white hooray dienamic and adhered that over the card base and finished off with a trio of Nuvo Drops in Sea Breeze.

Challenges:

AAA Cards Challenge – Along The Edge

HLS CAS Card Challenge – Only 1/3

MFT Camp Create – Awesome Ombre

STAMPlorations CAS Card Challenge – Anything CAS

STAMPlorations Mixed Media Challenge – Anything Mixed Media

Sweet Stampin’ – CAS

Watercooler Wednesday Challenge – Anything Masculine Goes

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Love,

Lady Joyful

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38 thoughts on “Camp Create – 5 Cards

  1. Loving all the shimmer and shine form those gorgeous foils! Thanks for sharing one of these cards at AAA Birthday and another at AAA Cards, always happy to see your cards pop up in the gallery.

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  2. Very nice, Charlotte. I love the colours of that Rainbow foil stuck to the stencilled Tombow. Very effective all to one side with the sentiment crossing it. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

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  3. A great set of cards, Charlotte! You’ve created a gorgeous background on your third card! The glitter card really adds to it perfectly! Thanks so much for sharing on Happy Little Stampers Watercolour Challenge!

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  4. All the cards are marvelous, some real beauties. The foiled banners are great for our A2Z Scrapbooking challenge of Birthdays. So glad you joined us at The A2Z Scrapbooking challenge. I’ve got to say, I love the coffee cup card.

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  5. Lovely cards. The sympathy card is really sweet and simple. Perfect for its type! Great to see you in our gallery and hope you will join us again soon! Please do visit my blog Paint Paper Scissors for more inspiration.
    Nandini – Design Team member, Rainbow Card Challenges!

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  6. What a beautiful and serene sympathy card. It’s lovely–I’m sure it will bring the recipient love and peace! Thank you so much for joining us at The Rainbow Card Challenge! I hope to see you again SOON! πŸ™‚ Mynn xx

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  7. Absolutely love ALL of these! Those splatters are fantastic.. I need to get that stencil and love monochrome color scheme! Great card for anyone! Thanks so much for playing along with the Caffeine Fueled Paper Play Challenge!

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  8. That foiling is just gorgeous Charlotte! I didnt know Tombow glue could be used for foiling. The colors on the kraft look fabulous. Thank you for joining at AAA with this beauty. Hugs ~ Ishani

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