Happy Monday everyone! Today I’m sharing with you ingredients from Collection 1 in the October 2020 Flavor of the Month Card Kit! I’ve stamped out one of the images from the stamp set and colored with Copic Markers. I die cut that with a circle die and cut a mat from red card stock with a mini scallop circle die. This piece of pattern paper from Collection 1, I needed to cut in half in order to to get the birdhouses fully on the card. I used some ribbon from the collection to hide where the 2 pieces meet. I stamped the “Happy Holidays” sentiment from the stamp set with Versamark ink, sprinkled with white embossing powder and heat set it. I trimmed that with my paper trimmer and scissors. The sentiment was then added to the card with foam adhesive. I finished the card by adding some Spectrum Noir Glitter brush to the cardinal and scattered on a few enamel dots from the collection.
Stay tuned all week for more Sneak Peeks and the full reveal is 12:00am on Saturday, October 31, 2020.
Hello Everyone and Happy Monday! Today I am sharing a Memory Dex card I made using several SFL products! First I die cut 100lb white card stock for my “base” using the “Create a dex” Barn die. I wanted a gold glitter edge that matches some of the “gold glitter” in the Bird Talk pattern paper that I chose to use for this project so I used Versamark Ink and a gold glitter embossing powder. I heat set that and put aside to cool. I then die cut “GO Wild” from a piece of pattern paper from the same pad and black card stock. I used Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive to adhere the pattern paper words offset onto the black card stock words.
I put the Memory Dex card together and wanted an image to fill the space on the right. I chose one of the bird images from the “Bird Talk” stamp set; I stamped it with Copic Friendly Ink and colored with Copic markers. I fussy cut the image and added to the Memory Dex with foam adhesive. All that was left is adding a little Spectrum Noir Glitter Brush to the bird and 3 dots using Nuvo Crystal Drops in the color Dandelion.
Happy Monday! As Fall proceeds at rapid speed, I’m reminded it’s time to think about Holiday Gifts. One of the things I like to do is make blank card sets for friends/family/co-workers. These sets are always welcomed and a great way to participate in inexpensive gift exchanges, Secret Santa or White Elephant type events.
Do you make card sets for gifts? I used to worry about the number of cards in a set, but I soon realized those I gift them to, do not care and it’s less stressful for me! Thank You So Much for stopping by! Have a great week!
Hello Everyone and Happy Monday – fall is in full swing and that means Pumpkin Spice everything!
Today I grabbed the “Teresa Talks Fall” stamp set and the SFL “Neutrals Vol. 1” paper pad for a quick Autumn card! I stamped with image with Copic friendly ink and colored with Copic markers. I stamped the sentiment out and cut out with an oval die. I used Wild Honey Distress Ink to add color around the sentiment. The sentiment and image were popped up on foam adhesive.
I used the Wild Honey Distress Ink to stamp the coffee/pumpkin image on the inside of the card.
Happy Monday! Today I am sharing this and 2 other cards I created using Collection 2 from the SFL Flavor of the Month September Card Kit! I stamped the gnome image from the “Apple Gnome'” Stamp set with Copic friendly ink and colored with Copic markers. My sentiment and pattern paper is from the “Apple Orchard Pickin’ ” Paper Pad. I love being able to use these types of “cut aparts” in paper pads. I used foam adhesive to pop up my gnome and finished with Glossy Accents on the apple and Spectrum Noir Glitter Brush along the band on his hat.
Happy Monday Everyone! How Cute is this scarecrow?! I’m LOVING this kit so much – it’s fall themed and I am crazy for fall! The pattern paper, along with the fence image, scarecrow image and sentiment are all peeks from Collection 3. The leaf image is part of the banana split pack (a peek for those who like the extra bag of goodies!)
For this card I’ve trimmed 2 pieces of pattern paper for my panel and did some paper piecing for the scarecrow’s overalls. I colored the fence and the remainder of the scarecrow with Copic Markers. On the overalls, I added some Nuvo Glitter Accents in the color Winter Cranberry and some Glossy Accents to scarecrow’s eyes. I cut out 3 leaves using the leaf die from the banana split pack and popped up the sentiment on foam adhesive right over those stems. I finished this card by adding Spectrum Noir Glitter Brush to the leaves.
Stop by each day for more Sneak Peeks and the reveal will be at 12:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 26 (so stay up late Friday and be one of the first to see the full reveal).
There is a process video over on the SFL YouTube Channel – CLICK HERE
Happy Monday! The cool breeze that has been blessing the Green Mountain State has definitely put me in the mood to get my Christmas cards started! Today I am using the SFL “Winter Fairies” Stamp Set, SFL “Christmas Sentiments” Stamp Set and the “A Sweet Christmas” paper pad. I started with the “Red Hot” card stock cut to create an A2 size card (4 1/4 x 5/ 1/2 inches”; I also used the Red Hot card stock to mat my other 2 pattern pieces. I trimmed down the striped piece of pattern paper for my main panel to be 4 x 5 1/4 inches, the candy cane pattern paper to 1 1/2 inches x 4 inches, and the small piece of pattern paper – I am unsure of the dimensions since it was a scrap pieces.
I stamped my sleepy fairy with Copic friendly ink and colored with Copic Markers. I added her to the card using foam adhesive. Once on the card, I filled the moon in with Nuvo Glitter Drops in the color “Yellow Bird” and the band/pompom on her hat with Nuvo Glitter Drops in the color “White Blizzard”.
The Sentiment “Fairy Wishes” uses the “Fairy” sentiment from the “Winter Fairy” stamp set and the “Christmas” Sentiment is from the “Christmas Sentiments” Stamp Set.
Thank You So Much for stopping by today and have a Great Week!
You can see the process video on the SFL YouTube Channel CLICK HERE
Hello Everyone! Today I am sharing this simple card I made using Colletion 1 from the SFL August Flavor of the Month Card Kit.
I am using “Sno Cone” 100# card stock for my card base today. I trimmed a piece of pattern paper to 4 1/4 inches x 5 1/2 inches for my main panel. The paper found in this collection is from the “Bubbles in the Tub” paper pad. I then used a piece of “rubber duck” pattern paper from the same collection and trimmed the right side with a scalloped border die.
I stamped, colored and die cut the bathtub image from the stamp set found in Collection 1, also called “Bubbles in the Tub” and added that to my card with foam adhesive. I finished my card by adding 3 enamel dots, Spectrum Noir Glitter Brush to the tub, and Nuvo Jewel Drops in the color “Sea Breeze” to the bubbles.
I am unsure what occasion I want to use the card for so I left the inside blank. I did add a little strip of pattern paper on the bottom and left it as is so I can personalize it later.
Thank You So Much for stopping by today. If you’d like to watch the process video, please CLICK HERE to head over to the SFL YouTube channel.
Happy Monday All! I thought I’d start the work week off with a chuckle; check out this rooster!!! He’s part of the Country Bubbles stamp set found in Collection 2 in the August 2020 Flavor of the Month Card kit! I love the vintage feel of the pattern paper in this collection and we get some ephemera!!
I decorated the inside of the card with 2 more pieces of ephemera from the collection and stamped one of the sentiments from the Country Bubbles stamp set and the bubble gum pack image, also found in that stamp set.
Stay tuned for more Sneak Peeks throughout the week and the full reveal on Saturday, August 29th at 12:00am (EST) — I know I’ll be staying up late on Friday to see all the inspiration from the Design Team!
Hello Everyone! I’m excited to share 2 new SFL Paper Pads! I couldn’t decide which one to share so I chose both!
My first card I used the Cool Treats pattern paper pad. I loved the watermelon Popsicle – a perfect treat for this time of the year. I love how the other patterns coordinate nicely and yet the focus is still those watermelons!!