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I love you and Donuts by a Guest Designer Zoya

Let me take this opportunity to introduce you to a new card maker on my blog. She is a young enthusiastic kid studying in Class IV yes you read is correct CLASS IV. She is Zoya Charania a bubbly, budding artist who loves sketching and now has taken on the art of making Cards, what I am showcasing here is a card she has designed and created.

The card is a beautiful A2 size card using the Simon Says Stamp Stencil, Distress inks and the new Stamptember set from Simon Says Stamp - 'I Love Donuts'. 

She started by securing the top folding A2 card with some washi tape on a craft sheet.

Then she placed the Stencil on the front and started coloring using the Distress Inks - Mustard Seed, Crushed Olives and Peacock Feathers. She used the Tim Holtz mini blending tool. 

Once completed she used the Ranger Archival ink to Stamp the Donut and then used the Rose Red ink from Stampin Up for the goggles and Simon Says Stamp Lipstick Red ink for the sentiment and the heart. 

A Fun quick card under 20 mins from start to finish. That's what I would like to call clarity of idea, she knew exactly what she wanted.

Would like to request all of you to please show her a lot of love by liking and commenting on the post, I have also uploaded the images on my Instagram, please do visit and show some love.

Luv,

Murtuza

PS: Zoya is my daughter and I am so proud of her.

Comments

  1. darlin CAS card...luv the design! I am thrilled you played along with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday StampTember Challenge!

    sparkle & shine *~*

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