Hello, it’s Stacy again today from Craftaholicmomma up on the SFL blog. Today I am sharing a card I made using the Stamping Bella Peekaboo Reindeer Stuffie stamp. This little guy is so super cute with his tangle of Christmas tree lights and ornaments entwined in his antlers. I colored him up with my Copic markers, list of colors I used will be below in this post.
I then die cut the panel with my MFT A2 Stitched Rectangle dies to give it a little bit more interest to the simple card. I used my Uniball Signo Broad White Gel pen to give the look of falling snow all over the panel. The Nuvo Glitter Accents in Fresh Snowfall to the chimney and roof give it that extra special something with lots of dimension and sparkle.
I used the Brutus Monroe Monster Party Stamp Set and colored the images with my Copic Markers on Neenah 80# Classic Crest Solar White cardstock. I then used my Brother Scan N Cut electronic cutting machine to scan my colored images and cut them out with a thin border. I then took a piece of Neenah 110# Classic Crest Solar White cardstock and die cut it out with my MFT A2 Stitched Rectangle Stax Dienamics with the largest die in the set. The MFT Stitched Basic Edges Dienamics made the bottom curved edge just that much more interesting of an element on the card. I used adhesive foam to pop up a couple of the images for dimension. Gluing on some sequins with Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive finished the card. The Rainbow Strip paper is from Sunny Studio, SFL has the Striped Silly paper in stock.
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Hi Everyone, it’s Stacy from CraftaholicMomma up on the Scrapping for Less blog with Day 4 of the new card kit sneak peeks.
Are you excited? I know I am. The papers and stamps in this kit are so “exotic” they’ll turn you into a Wild Animal!!
Today I used the stamp and papers from Collection Three. I also grab the sentiment from the Banana Split Stamp set.
I created the image by doing a lot of masking and stamping to create my little meerkat crowd. I used a cloud stencil and Distress Oxide inks to blend the background.
The handsome little meerkat down front was stamped on the pattern paper, fussy cut and paper pieced into position.
To help the sentiment stand out as well, I slid the paper off to the side a teeny bit and did a “ghost” stamp.
The big reveal with be this coming Saturday, at 12:00 am EST. If you’re interested in making sure one of these gorgeous kits has your name on be sure to sign up for a subscription (plus saves you even more $$) prior to 10:00 pm EST Friday night.
Use the hashtag #sflFOTMexoticanimals on your social media using this card kit and we will select one lucky winner to feature their project on Scrapping for Less’ social media.
It’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma up today on the Scrapping for Less Blog with a card and tag featuring a stamp set from one of December’s Focus companies, Sunny Studio Stamps. I used my Distress Oxide Inks to stamp the pine branches, the bell and the bow. I used the MFT A2 Stitched rectangle dies to layer up the panels of cardstock on the Sunny Studio pattern paper from their Holiday Cheer 6x6 paper pad. After layering the stamped panel on brown cardstock and foam tape the card is done. Simple and pretty.
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With my left over paper scraps from making the card, I went ahead and made a quick tag. I colored up the little girl from the Eskimo Kisses stamp set with my Copic Markers. Katie will be featuring this cute Eskimo Kisses stamp set next week, look for her adorable project then.
Good afternoon, everyone! It’s Stacy here with a card I made for my father-in-law’s upcoming birthday. He and my husband are big time fishermen. They love to hunt and fish as much as they can. My husband even has 6 of his “monster trophies” up on the wall in his man cave. His dad took him fishing as soon as he was able to walk, so it’s in his blood. So when Art Impressions came out with this stamp set, Reel Great Guys, I knew I just had to have it. It is the spitting image of my husband and his dad crammed into a small fishing boat trying to catch that next “monster”. I used my Distress Oxide inks and the new Distress Brushes by Tim Holtz. After I stamped the image on a panel of Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80# cardstock, I masked it off with a piece of Inkadinkadoo Masking Paper. I then used the inks and the brushes, sweeping them from side to side, to create the green/blue waters of Minnesota and the clear blue summer sky. Next, I carefully removed the mask and colored the image in with my Copic markers. I popped up the “monster” fish with foam squares so it looked it was fiercely jumping out of the water. I used my MFT A2 Stitched Rectangle dies to cut out the panel, which I mounted on a panel of gold mirror cardstock and a piece of hunter green cardstock, both from my stash. I stamped the images from the stamp set with Versa Fine Black Onyx ink.
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Here is my hubby with one of his prized catches
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I am a SAHM who loves paper crafting of all kind, especially card making. I live in Minnesota with my husband and daughter. [VISIT MY BLOG]