Sunday, December 29, 2019

No line coloring card using Altenew

Hi friend, hope you have a wonderful holiday. 

I bought some Copic markers and decide to practice my Copic coloring technique. And I worked with my old Altenew flower stamps... and still enjoyed using them to my card.

Here’s my result.

I'm entering these card to ALTENEW A YEAR IN REVIEW CHALLENGE 2019 (Feb)

Thank you for standing by.

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Travelers notebook spread using Altenew

Hi friend, today I have a quick post with this traveler’s notebook spread using Altenew stamps.

For this TN spread, I took on Altenew sketch #14 and joined the 

I love these gorgeous layered rose images. I usually stamped them with pink combos, so I want to try some different colors. As you see, my colors are purple, blue, and gray. I love how they turned out.

That’s all from my side today. 
Thank you for standing by.

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

【Interactive card process video】light up Christmas card - basic level 【機關卡片教學】創意LED發光卡片 - 基礎教學

Hello, friends!

Today I'm up at Chibitronics blog with this light up Christmas card featuring HolidayKit that is teamed up with Lawn Fawn and Chibitronics.   

This card is very easy to do and perfect for beginner of Chibitronics.

I made a step by step video or you can watch it over on my YouTube Channel:

That is all from my side today. I hope you were inspired and give Chibitronics products a try!
Have a great day.
Thank you

Saturday, December 21, 2019

Altenew Hydrangea card 手作卡片

Hi friends,

Today I would like to share this Hydrangea card! Hydrangea is my favorite flower, I love it gorgeous flower shape and elegant colors.

I used Altenew Hydrangea layered stamp to create this card. I have to say this stamp is beautiful, but it need to practice! Ha ha ha, because I did struggle a little to line up everything perfectly. I really love the way the two inner layers (although they look very similar) give a beautiful and subtle layering effect.

After finished my stamping, I also used copic markers to add some shadows.

Here is the result: 

I'm entering these card to ALTENEW A YEAR IN REVIEW CHALLENGE 2019 (Feb 2019)

One stamp set, two cards using Altenew 手作卡片

I've been trying out my newest Altenew Snapdragon stamp set this morning, so I would like to share two of my results that uses one stamp set and die cut.

For the first card, I stamped the layered image on white cardstock. 

Once I was done stamping the image, I cut the flower with coordinating die. 

The background was cut with Altenew die. Next, I took one of the side-folding cards and adhered the die cut background to it. 

I also cut the frame and panel using STAMPlorations die, and I added some light grey solid flower stamping onto the panel. 

I mounted the panel onto the card front with foam tape, and adhered the frame around the panel. 

Then, I mounted the cut out stamped flowers onto the panel with foam tape to get some dimension.

To finish, I stamped the sentiment in black on the panel. 

For the second, I tried to stamped the image with pink and purple colors and cut out with coordinating die. 

I made a card base out of a geen cardstock and added the panel and frame to it using STAMPlorations die. 

After that I adhered all flowers onto the panel. 

To finish, I stamped the sentiment onto the vellum and adhered it to the flower.

I'm entering these card to ALTENEW A YEAR IN REVIEW CHALLENGE 2019 (July and Nov)

Saturday, December 7, 2019

【Interactive card process video】Slider light up card - intermediate level 【機關卡片教學】創意LED發光卡片 - 滑滑卡+發光卡 - 中階教學

Hi friends, Today I’ll be sharing how to create this slider light up card.

I’ll be using Chibitronics LED sticker and copper tape, coin and Squirrel Little Qua that drawn by myself to show you how. 

Squirrel Little Qua is skiing from the hillside to the street light. Once Little Qua arrival, the street light shines immediately!

I also made a step by step process video, if you don't want to take time to see my instruction, you can visit my YouTube channel to see more details.

I started by using soft and deep blue inks to create the background. I also drew the squirrel image and street light, colored them with marker and cut out.

 I prepared two hillside diecuts. I cut a slider track in the large one. Then, I used pencil to trace the slider track onto another panel.

I also measured the place where I'll put my battery and LED sticker. Then, I drew the circuit sketch. 
This circuit is very basic and easy to do. 
Please notice that I left a little gap beside the track.

For the battery holder, I prepared two piece of papers. One is 2.5cm*5cm, the other is 2.5cm*10.5cm.
I folded that 2.5cm*5cm paper in half, and glued it to the circuit panel.
Then, I divided that 2.5cm*10.5cm paper in four parts, each one is 2.5cm*2.5cm. And please notice that I left a little part 0.5cm*2.5cm.

I stacked the four parts and glued them together, so the thickness is as same as the battery. I also cut a hole which diameter is 2cm, and then put the battery into the hole.

Here's the tip, the thickness of layered battery holder should be as same as the battery, and the whole battery switch.

So how many times should you fold the paper? My answer is it depends on your paper, battery and foam tape.

After finished the batter switch, I taped down the copper tape along my pencil circuit sketch, and placed the LED sticker on top. I also applied copper tape to the both metal pads of LED sticker to increase the conduction.

That is all from my side today. I hope you were inspired!
Have a great day.
Thank you

The supplies I used are:

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