I’m super excited about today’s post (I’m even happy dancing here :))! Erum is here with a stunner! I always fall short of words to describe her work and style… Today is no exception… She was so kind to accept to guest design as soon as I asked her if she would be interested. Thank you, Erum! It is a great honour having you on my blog.
Before you get to see what she made for today, I want to give a BIG shout out to Elena Roussakis for sponsoring a $10 Gift Certificate to her Etsy store- Just ME digital stamps.
I’m a huge fan of Elena’s illustrations, both for Neat and Tangled and also her Etsy store. She designs some really cute, adorable stamp sets! When I messaged her that I wanted to buy a $10 GC to her store for one of you, she was so generous and offered to sponsor it herself.
Thank you SO much, Elena!
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Now, check Erum’s post…
Hello everyone! Absolutely excited and very grateful to be one of the guest designers to be invited by the lovely Sindhu to celebrate with her!
I have a floral card to share with you and not a stamped/coloured card. It’s because Sindhu already does that really well and I am in awe of her CAS cards. I thought I’d bring something different to her little place.
For my card I have used papers by Prima Marketing Salvage District. The main flower is handmade and rest are store bought which I have dyed with distress inks.
Die cuts are by Spellbinder Dies, MFT and Cheery Lynn Designs. I started by applying tons of clear glitter to my background and then adding a bit of watercolour. All my die cuts were inked and glittered, so this is a super sparkly card. After all the glitter was dry, I started to arrange my elements. In the end I added silver sequins to add a bit more bling. The sentiment is from Hero Arts.
This came together super fast and I love how sparkly it looks. I think it’s missing some butterflies, I might add them later on.
Hope you like it. Thanks Sindhu for having me!
Thank YOU, Erum! This blog post couldn’t get any more beautiful! I adore what you have made!
So, what do you all think? I can hear a lot of ‘Thuds’! 😉
See you soon with another awesome guest…