How adorable is this sleepy fairy?!?! Today I made an interactive card using items from the SFL Release. The fairy is on an action wobbler!
This card was so much fun to make and I think this fairy is super sweet. I stamped out 2 images from the Winter Fairies stamp set and colored them in with Copic markers. I trimmed down 2 pieces of pattern paper from the Winter in Pink paper pad and used a stitched scallop basic edge die on the star paper. I then stamped the sentiment from the Fairy House stamp set and used a little Spun Sugar distress ink along the edge.
If you’re interested in the process video, you can view it over on the SFL YouTube channel HERE.
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I first started by making my background. I stamped out the fairy image and snowflake stamp all over the rectangle card stock. I decided to color those images using the cool gray Copic Markers (C1, C3 and C5).
I also stamped the image and used a variety of Copics to color the wings, hair and skin. I also decided her dress needed some solid parts so I use Copic markers on the neck and middle of the dress. I paper pieced her dress using the pink snowflake paper from the Winter in Pink pattern paper. I adhered the pattern paper with liquid glue.
While the glue dries on my fairy, I trimmed a piece of vellum with an oval die. Basically at this point my card is ready to put together and add some finishing details. I added “White Blizzard” Nuvo drops on the rim of her hat and Enchanting Pink Glitter Nuvo drops to the left on the vellum.
On the inside, I just stamped the image with London Fog Memento Ink and added the sentiment from the stamp set “Happy Birthday”
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Thank You So Much for stopping by! You can see the process video HERE on the SFL YouTube channel.
Hello Everyone! I’m here to share a Sneak Peek from the December 2019 SFL Flavor of the Month Card Kit!!
Today I am using one of the December 2019 Card Sketches and items from Collection 3. First, I trimmed the pattern paper down as shown on the sketch. Then, on some white card stock, I stamped out the image from the stamp set found in this collection. I found this sentiment from the set fit perfectly inside the heart. I trimmed out the image with a square die and used Worn Lipstick Distress Ink along the edges.
Thanks So Much for stopping by and stop in each day for more sneak peeks until the reveal on Saturday at 12:00am.
This card is fairly simple. I stamped out the image onto 80lb white card stock and colored it with Copic markers. I used a square die to cut out my image and the next size up die to cut the pink paper from the pattern paper pad for a mat.
I used a rectangle die for my main panel and trimmed the brown polka dot paper and more of that pink paper for a mat. I adhered those pieces using tape runner and foam tape for the focal point piece.
This stamp set is very versatile. It has sentiments for “Bee-lated Birthday”, “Hello”, a little encouragement with “snailed it” or say thank you with “you’re tweet” and more. I also love that this set has 2 boy images – they will be perfect for my young nephews!
I first stamped out the 1 boy with the kite image, the sun, and stamped out the bee image 3 times. I colored them simply with Copic markers and then cut them out.
I then flipped through the pattern paper and found a fun, busy pattern for inside my shaker window and a plain pink for the outside frame. Once I cut my inside panel and frame I used liquid glue to adhere a piece of acetate to my frame. Once that was dry I added the foam adhesive. Lastly, I put A LOT of sequins in various sizes and shapes into my window area before adding the frame to the busy “window” panel.
Lastly, I added my images and sentiment. I finished with a little Wink of Stella clear glitter brush to the wings of me bees.
Thank You So Much for stopping by today! If you’re interested in the video CLICK HERE!
Hello Everyone! Let’s not forget those December Birthday’s among all our Holiday cardmaking! Today, I’ve grabbed the Party Palooza stamp set by Heffy Doodle and the 6×6 pattern paper pad “Ice Cream Celebration” by Scrapping for Less for this colorful birthday card.
I first stamped out all of my images and colored parts of the images with Copic makers. I then stamped out all the parts I wanted to have a pattern, onto various pieces of pattern paper.
While there is solid colored wrapping paper and gift bags, most gifts are wrapped with a patterned wrapping paper. In order to give my gifts that look, I decided to paper piece with pattern paper from the Ice Cream Celebration collection. I fussy cut all the pieces then used liquid glue to adhere the pieces the the stamped image on white card stock.
*Quick Tip: The Ice Cream Celebration paper has a glossy finish. When stamping on this paper – stamp directly down – wait about 5-10 seconds then lift directly up. I also recommend putting it aside for a few minutes and allow the ink to completely dry.
When all my pieces were ready, I assembled my card and added my finishes. I used Wink of Stella clear glitter brush on the balloons and the frosting on the cupcake. I used a white gel pen to add highlights on the balloons and grabbed Belgium Bluestone Nuvo Stone drops to add to the blank space right above the cupcake.
I hope you enjoy and get inspired!
Head over to the Scrapping for Less YouTube channel for the video 🙂
Hello Everyone! Today’s card is a Sneak Peek from Collection 4 from the Scrapping for Less Flavor of the Month November 2019 card kit!
I stamped out the image from the stamp set and colored with Arteza Real Brush Pens and then fussy cut it. I trimmed down some paper from the collection and followed Sketch #2 from the November 2019 Sketch Sheet – the download will be available on reveal day.
I then took the Merry Christmas Sticker I had in my kit and used that for my sentiment. I added the ornament image onto the card with foam tape and then added lots of sparkle with the Wink of Stella clear glitter brush.
Stay tuned for more sneak peeks this week and the full reveal at 12:00am on Saturday, November 30, 2019.
I stamped out most of the images from the stamp set with Gina K Black Amalgam Ink and colored them with Copic Markers. I set those aside and die cut the rest of the pieces for my cards. Using a stitched rectangle die I cut a piece of silver glitter paper and a piece of white card stock. I then used a snowy hill stitched die to cut 2 snow hills from the white card stock. I then stamped my sentiment on the smaller snow hill.
I love that the glitter paper has that sticky back – it makes it super easy to use as a main panel. I added my largest snow hill directly onto the glitter paper and the smaller snow hill I added with foam adhesive. I finished the card by arranging my images onto the card.
That’s it for today’s card! I hope you enjoy and get inspired!
Hello Everyone! Today I made a cozy winter window featuring the “Winter Window” cling stamp set from Stamping Bella. I wanted to create more of a “window” look so this image entailed a lot of fussy cutting!
I want to inform you that this stamp set has TWO images of the window. I used the larger image for today’s card but there is a smaller version if you wanted to create more of a scene!
This card has LOTS of small steps that I think will be best described in the video. Please CLICK HERE if you want to see the actual creating of this card. It involves lots of steps, but overall is not difficult.
I basically have 3 pieces of the same image that all come together.
The “inside” piece which shows the outdoor scene
The “main” piece that holds the acetate
The curtains cut from pattern paper that are adhered the the curtain space on the “main” piece.
The main piece is adhered to a piece of striped pattern paper
The inside piece is adhered to the card base
The front panel (striped paper with “main” piece”) is then adhered to the card base on 1 layer of foam adhesive with the outdoor scene fitting perfectly into place.
To finish the card I added my sentiment!
Thank you for stopping by! I hope you enjoy and get inspired!
Hello Everyone! Today I am creating four cards using gift tags from the Kaisercraft Silver Bells tag pack. I thought it would be fun to create four cards that vary in time and/or skill and each one is still a fabulous looking card! In no particular order; I’ll describe how I created each card.
I love adding glitter paper to my Holiday cards. This Sticky Back Silver Glitter paper by Darice comes in 8 1/2 x 11 sheets and is perfect for adding to your cards as a panel. While, I love the glitter paper; I didn’t want it to be the only layer so I created this snowflake panel to play off the snowflakes on the tag. I used a Snowflake embossing folder and Bristol Smooth card stock to create the layer and then added some Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink to make the snowflakes pop! The Silver Bells tag packs contain 6 each of 2 designs (12 total) and do come with twine but I chose to dig into my stash and find this really sparkly silver ribbon to use instead. I added the tag with some foam adhesive and all done!
This card is a great layout for needing a card in a pinch. The main panel is pattern paper. I always want to add some sparkle so I trimmed down some Sticky Back Silver Glitter paper by Darice for the left edge. I added some ribbon to the tag and added it to the card using foam tape. Easy, peasy!
I had to add a shaker card to the mix! This tag has so much going on I had a hard time deciding if I wanted to use pattern paper or just use the Gold Glitter paper and….. the Sticky Gold Glitter paper by Darice won! I cut the Gold Glitter paper with a rectangle die and then temporarily adhered a tag where I wanted the shaker window to be. I used a craft knife to cut the Gold Glitter paper around the tag to create my window.
Before removing the backing on the glitter paper, I put the piece on my card base where I wanted it and added the tag to the cardbase through the opening. I then took the backing off the glitter paper – added the acetate and foam tape all around the window opening (which was tricky since now the adhesive on the back was completely exposed). I thought I would like to add a bow to the bottom of my card base so I added the white and gold twine on the back so all I had to do was tie a bow in the front. Next, I sprinkled a sequin pack from my stash all over the tag and carefully laid my panel down.
The twine ended up being too thick to create a nice looking bow – I tried a knot and that seemed too big as well. So I ended up cutting it down and tucking it in behind the panel.
The last card I made involves a stencil and some Nuvo Embellishment Mousse! I taped down the dots stencil and used a palette knife to spread the mousse over the stencil. Once done, I removed the stencil and left the card to dry overnight. To finish the card – I used the piece of Sticky Gold Glitter paper that I cut out of the panel from the previous card an used it as a mat for one of the Silver Bells tags. I added the piece directly to my card front and voila!
Thank You all for stopping by today. If you’re interested in the process video, you can CLICK HERE.