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Stamplorations & Uniko – Twofer cards Fruit

Bonjour !

Juste à temps pour le défi de Twofer Cards et son thème Fruit. Depuis que j’ai vu le thème j’avais ces deux cartes qui me trottaient dans la tête mais je n’ai pas eu le temps de les réaliser plus tôt !

Hello !

Just in time for the Twofer Cards challenge and its theme Fruit. Since I saw the theme I had these two cards running around in my head but I didn’t have time to make them earlier !

J’avais justement acheté ce set de tampons (NBUS) car il permettait de faire des cartes très différentes. Ce défi m’a enfin permis de l’utiliser, merci Twofer Card !

I had bought this set of stamps (NBUS) because it made it possible to make very different cards. This challenge finally allowed me to use it, thank you Twofer Card !

C’était surtout cette bonne tête de nounours qui voulait voir le jour ! Vous aurez facilement compris qu’elle n’est faite qu’à partir des différents tampons qui composent les tranches de pastèque de la seconde carte.

It was especially this lovely teddy bear head card which wanted to be made ! You will easily understand that it is only made from the different stamps that make up the watermelon slices of the second card.

J’ai positionné toutes les différentes parties, à l’exception des oreilles, dans ma Misty et j’ai tamponné en noir. Avec un marqueur noir j’ai dessiné le contour de la tête puis j’ai masqué pour tamponner les oreilles.

I placed all the different parts, except the ears, in my Misty and I stamped in black. With a black marker I drew the face then I masked to stamp the ears.

Pour cette carte j’ai tamponné les différentes parties des tranches de pastèque avec de l’encre Distress mais en supprimant un peu d’encre avec un chiffon avant de tamponner. Puis j’ai découpé à la main.

For this card I stamped the different parts of the slices of the watermelon with Distress inks but removing a bit of ink with a cloth before stamping. Then I fussy cut it.

J’ai fait le fond avec un tampon de chez Uniko et de l’encre Kaleidacolor puis j’ai découpé avec une matrice.

I made the background with a stamp from Uniko and with Kaleidacolor ink then I die cut it.

J’ai monté le panneau du fond avec de la mousse adhésive et j’ai collé les tranches de pastèque avec des Glue dots. Le sentiment est tamponné et embossé en blanc.

I foam mounted the background and I adhered the watermelon slices with Glue Dots. The sentiment is stamped and white heat embossed.

Stamp : Uniko “large background tropical paradise”, STAMPlorations “layered watermelon” –  Die : Catherine Pooler “Tags, etc” – Inks : Distress “Mowed lawn, Twisted Citron, Picked raspberry”, Kaleidacolor “fresh greens”.

Et voilà ! J’aime beaucoup le résultat, il est encore mieux que celui que j’avais dans la tête. Merci pour votre visite et tous les gentils commentaires que vous me laissez. C’est toujours un plaisir de vous lire. À très bientôt…

And voilà ! I love the result which is even better than the one I had in my head. Thanks for your visit and all the lovely comments that you write. It’s always a pleasure to hear from you. See you very soon…

Challenges:
Twofer card challenge #24 – Fruit
Crafty Cat #494 – Anything goes with optional twist of food
Try it on Tuesday – Go green or recycle something (I went green)
STAMploration Never-ending Anything goes challenge

     

12 réflexions au sujet de « Stamplorations & Uniko – Twofer cards Fruit »

  1. Beautiful bright colours and lovely design of your melon card…so clever to create the teddy bear face using the same stamps and dies! Thank you for playing along at Crafty Catz this week.
    Chris
    x

  2. Who knew that watermelon slices could transform into a darling little puppy dog?! Now if that isn’t just sooo clever!! Even the seeds contribute to your design. This makes me smile. And your gorgeous, lush jungle-backed thank you card is lovely, too. Love those leaves, and your inking of those slices. The white embossed sentiment really pops against that green base, too. Two great cards. Thanks for joining us at The Twofer Challenge. Bev

  3. Well done using your NBUS stamps for your fantastic designs, Izzy, and how wonderful that the result is even better than what you imagined in your head! I love the multi-hued leafy background and bright watermelon rind green card base you chose to accompany your delicious ripe watermelon slices on your thank you card! And how fun and clever of you to turn your watermelon stamps into a sweet teddy bear face! I love it!! Thank you so much for playing in Twofer Card Challenge #24! Hugs, Darnell

  4. First, I would NEVER have guessed that adorable dog was created using those watermelon stamps. You certainly have a very good imagination. It’s a beautiful card, but the watermelons, which are more traditional, made me smile, too. Both of these are incredible, and the watermelon card with its green background is perfect for Try it on Tuesday’s latest Go Green challenge.

  5. That’s a wonderfully lush, tropical forest of leaves on your first card, Izzy … it complements the juicy watermelon beautifully! Oh my, your little pup face is adorable … and so clever … using the melon elements to create it is just genius … certainly had me smiling! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Twofer! Grosses bises, Anita 🙂

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