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Hello! It’s Jenn from Scrapbena Creations on YouTube. I am back with another Design Team project. Today, I am using the Fall Friends stamp set by Pink and Main, which is available now in the shop.
I am created a clean and simple card today. If you watch my videos, you already know I love all things clean and simple. I wanted to make one of the images from the stamp set the focal point of my card. I coloured up the little fall friend hedgehog and sunflower with my spectrum noir markers and used my black glaze pen to do some detailing. I then used a stitched circle die around the image cutting off the bottom portion of the critter. I did this because I did not want to have to make an elaborate background scene. I placed the die cut image on a panel of patterned paper from the Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Spring paper pad that was die cut using a stitched rectangle die. To finish off the card, I added the sentiment “Hello Friend” on a double fishtail banner and placed it underneath the cute little hedgehog critter and sunflower.
To see how I created this card, click on the video below:
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Hi Everyone! It’s Luci from “My Crazy Craft Life” with a Birthday Wishes from the Big Top! I made this card using the SugarPea Designs Storybook Circus Stamp Set! I also used the Lawn Fawn 6 X 6 Paper Pad Really Rainbow, Pink & Main Glossy Silver Dots, Brutus Monroe Clear Embossing Ink, Stampendous Detail Silver Embossing Powder, and Chameleon Markers.
Check out the quick video below for the details.
It’s Desiree here with another design team project for Scrapping for Less! Today I am going to show you how a diamond can really shine on any of your card creations!
The stamp set for my design team project is by Heffy Doodle and its called Geology Rocks! So many great images and pun sentiments with this one!
I stamped my images using VersaFine black ink and colored them in with my Spectrum Noir Glitter Markers. Once they were dry I fussy cut them out and set them aside so I could work on my card base.
I cut my cardstock 5 1/2 in x 8 1/5 in and scored each side at 2 1/4 in. This way each side folds in to create a simple gate fold card! I stamped my sentiment on the lower right hand side, and I also chose a sentiment for the inside to add something extra!
I placed my diamond images on a diagonal up my card front with the center focal image propped up with some double-sided foam squares and extended over the right side edge of my gatefold! Now how easy was that!
If you want to see just how easy it is to put this card together, just click on the video link below!
Hey crafters, I hope you are having a great weekend so far.
Today, I created a card using the latest FOTM card kit. I stamped my little Gorguss Girl image onto a piece of Neenah Solar white and die cut it with an oval die. I colored this cutie with my Copics. For her little kitty friend, I colored him to look like my little fur babies (Macey and Franky, who you may have seen making one of his guest appearances in my videos). I also die cut a larger oval from a piece of the pattern paper from the kit.
I used a Wonky Stitched rectangle die to make my card panel from another piece of the pattern paper and white heat embossed my sentiment from the Newtons Nook stamp set, also from the kit.
I layered everything onto an A2 card base and called this one done.
Thanks for stopping by and have a creative and crafty day.
Hello! Crystal here with a fall themed baby card… actually, I had so much fun making the first card, I decided to make two cards to share with you! Let’s get to it!
My first card has layers using the Lawn Fawn Knit Picky Fall paper pack on a dark brown card base. I stamped the sweet bunnies from the Brutus/Monroe Bunny Kisses stamp set on a piece of white card stock and then stamped them again on a post-it note. I masked the bunnies with the fussy cut post-it note and then blended Scattered Straw, Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade, and Vintage Photo distress inks. I took the mask off and colored the bunnies using the following Copic markers ~ E30, E31, E35, E53, E55, E57, YR24, R20. I die cut the piece using the large cross stitch rectangle die that I mat on the same dark brown card stock. I stamped the sentiment using VersaMark watermark ink and then heat embossed a fine white embossing powder. I popped up the panel using foam squares and called this one done!
I used similar items for my second card. I stamped the bunnies again on white card stock and used the same mask to protect the image while I blended Wild Honey, Mustard Seed, and Scattered Straw distress ink. I then removed the mask and this time I used Copic markers to color my ground for the bunnies. I used E53, E55, and E57 with a touch of 0 around the edges to softened it up. I die cut the piece using a wonky stitched square die and then mat it on dark brown card stock. I then popped up the piece on a kraft card base. I did debate coloring the bunnies… but I really like how they are the focal point on the card here. The white pops! And because I had so much white popping on the card, I also decided to keep the sentiment white so I stamped it in VersaMark watermark ink and heat embossed a fine white embossing powder. To finish the card I wrapped some natural twine around the card a few times and made a little bow. There you have my two Fall themed baby cards.
You can get this sweet Brutus Monroe Bunny Kisses set here.
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See ya next time.
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Hello, my name is Katie and I am Katie Sr. from the blog 2CraftyKaties. I am married to my best friend and we have two amazing kids and two adorable fur babies. I have been crafting for many years, starting with rubber stamps, moving to crafting, and then on to 3D paper crafts and coloring. [VISIT MY BLOG]
I created an ocean panel using distress oxides in Tumbled Glass and Stormy Skies. I then trimmed the top of the panel with an ocean waves border die by MFT. I coloured all of the images using my alcohol markers (both Copic and Spectrum Noir). After placing all of the images on the panel, I added some Nuvo Crystal Drops in Caramel Cream for the sandy bottom.
To see how I created this card, click on the video below.
Have a fantastic day!
Hello There! It’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma up on the Scrapping for Less Blog today with a super cute Thank You Teacher card. With the kiddos just returning to school I wanted to give my daughter’s Special Education teacher a thank you card for to show our appreciation for everything she does for our Emily.
I used the Doodlebug Flea Market 6x6 paper pad. I stamp out the owl and tree branch from the Lawn Fawn So Owlsome stamp set that was just released recently. I stamped three branches on brown pattern paper from the pad, two owls in a teal polka paper and two owls on yellow wheat tone on tone pattern paper. I fussy cut and paper pieced the two owls, coloring their beaks in with an orange Copic marker. I used my black Memento marker to go along all of the edges to cover up my not-so-perfect fussy cutting.
I die cut a stitched circle out of pattern paper as well as a lacey circle. I layered these two circles on top of each other. Taking the three branches I arranged them to look like one tree, covering the seams with some leaves that I also fussy cut from a sheet of pattern paper. To finish off the card I layered one of the cut apart sentiments from the paper pad, notching the end into a fish tail. I attached a pumpkin paper clip, from Doodlebug, to the sentiment and now my card is done. I love how cute it turned out! Even though I fussy cut the images, they are so small that it really doesn’t take much time. Do you like to fussy cut?
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