Hello friends and new followers !
Can you believe this background was created with nail polish and water!
You will have to check out Lizzie's video over at Papertrey Ink. I used Papertrey Ink - Wrap it Up Die
I will also be adding this to
|Guest Blogger: Lexi Daly|
For this card a used Scene It: Celebration Stamp Set and die set from Papertrey Ink ! For Jackson I used
Whimsy Alpha stamp and die from WPlus9 Design Studio
Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by today!
You can also see my post on Instagram.
Hands down this is the best marbling I've seen. Hat's off to you girlfriend! Beautifully done on all cards!ReplyDelete
WOW! fabulous marbling and I love the balloons in the cicle and the lovely banner. two great cards.!ReplyDelete
Oh your marbled background is SO neat!! I'm going to have to try that! I love the little package :) Your card with the balloons is amazing too! The blue looks great with the Soft Stone background!ReplyDelete
Wow is this ever gorgeous Marybeth!! What a great idea to make the marbled paper into a gift wrapped package! Cute balloon cards too!ReplyDelete
Your card is amazing! I love how the nail polish card came out. I need to try this technique.ReplyDelete
Wow, love that nail polish card. It is gorgeous. And an awesome birthday card and envelope. So I just recently in the last month or two through out my nail polishes that I could have used on this technique. Wouldn't you just know it? lolReplyDelete
What a great project you created! I love this. Now I need to add that stamp set to my wishlist.ReplyDelete
Absolutely LOVE your nail polish marbled card Marybeth...how can you make something that is so busy looking look so CAS and just perfect?!! I'm in awe of this one my friend!! Love your birthday balloon card and matching envelope too...SOOO sweet!! Love coming to visit your blog...I always leave inspired!! :0)ReplyDelete
Your marbling is gorgeous Marybeth, you certainly had much better luck than me. Just a beautiful color combination and looks great on that Wrap It Up die (which reminds me I need to pull out mine and use it!!!!)ReplyDelete
Absolute love for your package and marbling! You are amazing. You picked the perfect die, and created the best looking project! Sweet card and envelope. Perfect masculine touches! You're rockin' all the challenges!!!ReplyDelete
Two amazing and fabulous cards Marybeth...love your sweet nailpolish card, so amazing!!!!ReplyDelete
These are great, I love your present!!! So pretty . This technique was really fun.ReplyDelete
Love both projects Marybeth. The card with matching envelope is adorable. The marble paper present is super. Have a blessed day myfriendReplyDelete
Oh, WOW, your nailpolish bg looks amazing, Marybeth!!!! Just the other day I threw away a lot of old nail polishes!!!! :( - could have used it for this technique!!!! I love the colours you used and how you've done the card to look like a little gift is just wonderful!!!! The birthday card for Jackson is beautiful with the balloons and so special with the name on it!!!!! Love the soft grey of the bigger panel - so perfect with the blues and the white!!!! The envelope looks great!!!!! Such great projects, my friend!!!!ReplyDelete
Have a great day!!!!!
Terrific cards!! I think we must have similar tastes in nail polish colours ;). Love how you've made it look like a present! I also love your birthday card and envelope set. Great choice of stamps and dies, especially for a masculine card!ReplyDelete
Such fun, celebratory balloons, Marybeth ... and that 'gift' is stunning ... looks as though it should be filled with something stylish from a chic boutique! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
Fabulous projects, Marybeth. You have convinced me I should give that nail polish technique a try.ReplyDelete
Stunning background! Love love love your project! Thanks for joining us this week on Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge BlogReplyDelete
Spectacular marbling and so amazing to know it was done with nail polish! Love the color and your pretty bow! Wonderful balloon card too!ReplyDelete
This is really very wonderful Card. Thank you for sharingReplyDelete
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