Extra Chromie (card 2)

Extra Chromie (card 2)

Another card using the fantastic Extra Chromie set for Artful Angel


Hi all! Last month Artful Angel had a new release that included this fabulous set. It is the Extra Chromie stamp set and it honors people with Downs Syndrome. It is a beautiful set featuring a woman and a man, also a set of hands and some fun sentiments. I have really enjoyed guest designing with Artful Angel to show off this set. On with the show and tell…


I used my Glimmer machine and my Spellbinders glimmer club kit from July to make those great rainbow stripes behind my girl.


I used the yellow as my focal point, pulling the color from the plaid card stock. Did you notice the sparkle on her sneakers? It is also on the pink in the word chromosome.


Some fun Jewelz rounded out the bling for my card.

Like my last card for this set I want to dedicate it to Laurieann Doughty. Here she is with my Great Nephew Morgen, she sure is one Proud Auntie!

Copic List:

  • Shirt: Y19, Y15, Y02, Y11
  • Jeans: B97, B95, B93
  • Skin: E11, E21, E51, E04
  • Hair: E35, E33, E31
  • Shoes: C4, RV34

Card Details:

  • Card base of Accent Opaque White 120lb
  • Butterscotch layer cut with Stitched Rectangle, adhered with tape runner
  • Pretty in Plaid layer cut with Nesting Rectangle, adhered with fun foam and 1/4 inch double side adhesive
  • Silver holographic foil used with add a stripe hot foil plate on Glimmer specialty paper, cut with nesting rectangle, adhered with tape runner
  • Sentiment stamped on base paper with versamark and heat embossed with clear powder, chromosome colored in with Copic Marker then Nuvo glitter gloss added on top, cut with word window, adhered with foam squares
  • Image stamped on Hammermill with Obsidian, colored with Various Copic Markers, cut with Scan N Cut, adhered with foam squares
  • Jewelz added for bling
  • Envelope embellished with matching paper and 6 inch double side adhesive

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Heard In Wonderland


A shaker card using just a sentiment stamp and a hot foil word die.


I’m over on The Rabbit Hole Designs YouTube page today. I have a fun shaker card using a sentiment and a hot foil word die. I also show you some cover plate hot foiling ALONG with using the negative image. It’s a little long but it is bound to make you laugh. I always manage to do something silly and crack myself up when trying to do these videos. On with the show and tell…


I swear I used the holographic silver foil. I think it picks up the colors of the sequins here. Honestly I can never get hot foil to photo correctly. It always comes up with different colors.


When I make a shaker, I always glue down a bit of the findings so they don’t all always sit on the bottom!


Check out our new watermark!

Card Details:

  • Card base of Accent Opaque White 120lb
  • Adventure hot foil die foiled onto Glimmer hot foil specialty paper with silver holographic foil, cut with nesting rectangle, adhered with tape runner
  • Sentiment stamped on window sheet with Stazon black, sheet cut with nesting rectangle, adhered to border frame with tape runner, adhered to card with foam strips
  • FOR FULL INSTRUCTIONS: click the video link HERE
  • Envelope embellished with matching paper and 6 inch double side adhesive

Shopping List:

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