I'm feeling in a girly mood, and I had some pretty DSP (designer series paper) lying around, so I've experimented with some "girly" cards: the first two have almost no stamping at all!
Hmm. Not sure why this ended up sideways.
This little bird was embossed with my SU dye ink by inking up my stamp in Versamark watermark ink (clear ink used in embossing) and then dipping the stamp into my Groovy Guava dye ink pad. I then sprinkled clear embossing powder onto the image, and melted it with my heat gun. Voila!
Here we have the bird again, but this time she's very sparkly! The photo does not do it justice - glitter never photographs well. I deliberately made one edge of the card shorter than the other and stuck in some co-ordinating DSP along the edge for fun.
My little butterfly was also glittered up using the same technique as the bird - stamped in Versamark, then pixie pink ink, then onto the whisper white cardstock. I then sprinkled on Heat'n Stick powder, melted it until it was sticky, and sprinkled over Dazzling Diamonds glitter, and gave it a quick final blast with the heat gun to set it. Can you get any girlier than a pink, glittery butterfly?
Finally, here's the card my 6 year old son made with me earlier this month to send to his best friend for Halloween. Didn't he do a great job? I drew the tree and skull, he did the rest.