Today on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog, we’re continuing our weekly featured artist spotlight whereby each week we spotlight a different artist/designer in the paper crafting & mixed media world and introduce you to their fabulous work. Today we’re thrilled to welcome Jennifer Ingle.
Before we show you Jennifer’s project, let’s get to know her a little bit more…
Hi, my name is Jennifer Ingle. I am a wife, a daughter, a sister, and a friend. I laugh. A lot. I make things. Lots and lots of things. Creating drives me. You can find me on my blog Just Jingle, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
For today I have created two cards using ONE stamp set and ONE 6×6 paper pad. I wanted to show how you can get very different looks using the same supplies and even a similar design!
Love You Always Card
For my first card I created a white card base and then trimmed the bright pink and white large text paper slightly smaller. I die cut the heart from the center and then stamped my heart and sentiment in two colors before popping the die cut panel up on the card.
I die cut the bow, adhered it to the card and then added just a touch of sparkle with my Wink of Stella brush marker! I love sparkle!
Be My Valentine Card
For my second card, I began with a white card base again, but this time I added a cool vintage looking patterned panel directly to the base. I then used the die cut heart that I had set aside from the first card in the center of this one! I die cut another patterned heart and a smaller one from white cardstock to layer over the large heart.
I also added sparkle to the white heart with my Wink of Stella (I told you I love sparkle!) A simple banner sentiment, stamped and fussy cut, is layered over the bottom of the hearts and I added a few enamel dots to finish it off!
Stamps: Chalkboard Love (Lizzie Anne Designs for Simon Says Stamp)
6×6 Paper Pad: Print Shop (Studio Calico)
Dies: Nested Hearts (WPlus9)
Accents: Enamel Dots (My Mind’s Eye)
Ink: Black (Simon Says Stamp) Neon Yello (Tsukineko)
We hope you have enjoyed today’s projects courtesy of Jennifer Ingle. Also, be sure to stop by Jennifer’s blog to see even more of her beautiful work (and let her know we sent you).