The Style of Martha Lucia

Hi there! Today I want to share two different cards that I made featuring Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps during the Designers Game that we realized for the anniversary of the company. If you did not about the game, the visitors needed to identify the style of the designers and mine is CAS.


Normally, I love to use flowers in my cards and the Rose Trio Bloom from Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps is one of my favorites. I just stamped one by one rose trio using the masking technique and Paris Dusk Memento Ink.

Then, I colored the flowers with Alcohol Markers to enhance some details and colored outside of then with a grey marker color.
As final touch I added the sentiment Just the way you are image using the same color of Memento Ink, Paris Dusk and die cut it from the stitched sentiments strips from Kat Scrappiness.


My second card was very easy to make. I just cut the card base in basic black card stock and a second layer in Tangerine Tango Card stock. I embossed the layer with the Tufted 3D Embossing Folder and pasted it directly over the card base after tie a few loops of natural twine.

I added a third layer of vellum card stock to mat a whisper white square. I stamped over this layer the Chrysanthemum Outline Whispy Flower  with Orange Twist Catherine Pooler Ink and the sentiment Thinking of you Simple with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. 

I love techniques and I have to be honest, during the last months  I am loving coloring and Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps has many stamps perfect to colored so you will continue all my preferences in my DT projects.


Thank you for stopping by and remember that this month the Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps promotion is with the Masculine and Sports category of stamps. All the stamps on this category are 20% off and you don't need to use any discount code, just enjoy your shopping and make a happy man with your creations!

 See you soon!

1 comment:

  1. Love both of your cards, so bright and beautiful! I like the idea of stamping the flower in blue.

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