Almost Artisan 3D Share: Day 10

My last project I entered for Artisan Award to share with you all, a name frame for my neice Ruby.
The chipboard letters are covered in patterned DSP. I scrunched the ribbon. The beads were hand threaded to line the interior of the frame.

Almost Artisan Card Share: Day 9

Another card for Artisan Award, I really liked this one too! This was my final entry I completed. The dragonfly's wings are double layered and loose to be flapped up. The cloud inthe background is popped up with dimensionals.

Inside I made a little hill of grass using the 3D Pop Up Cake Die.

Almost Artisan Card Share: Day 8

Here is another of my Artisan Award cards:
My monkey was popped up with dimensionals and the head was another layer also popped up for lots of depth.

Almost Artsian Card Share: Day 7

This was a more Clean and Simple card design for Artisan Award, but I still added a lot of detailing.

The watercolored image is layered for depth. The edges of the paper is distressed.

I used my Stamp-a-ma-jig to place the sentiment from Herb expressions, the same sentiment peeks out from the under-layer of Old Olive.
The center of the flowers, top and bottom rim of the pot, and ladybug are all layered for depth.

Almost Artisan Card Share: Day 6

This was the first project I made for Artisan Award and I loved it, I really thought it was unlike anything I had seen before and I was very proud of it. It took me about 4 hours to make this card. i cut up cardstock into many tiny pieces and hand glued them, placing them with tweezers, to create a mosaic look of a cherry blossom tree. After all the pieces were in place I covered the entire image with Crystal Effects so it was glossy like glass.