Hello, it’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma today with a tearful last blog post for Scrapping for Less. It’s been a wonderful 4 years on Teresa’s design team. I’m so grateful for all of the wonderful opportunities she has given me. I can’t say thank you enough for everything she has done for all of us. She’s truly a gift.
For our last post we got to do anything we wanted. Of course I chose to make my project with the new Doodlebug Designs Magic of Christmas collection. I used the stocking die set from Sunny Studio Stamps to make these adorable gift card holders. I picked two pattern papers and two pieces of white Cardstock to make each stocking. Some matching Bazzill Dotted Swiss Cardstock in coordinating colors was the perfect touch. I decorated them each with a Doodlebug Doodlepop 3D sticker on top of a layered oval using the Queen & Co Foundation #5 dies.
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Hello Everyone! Today I am sharing a slimline card I made using the A Sweet Christmas Paper pad and ephemera. I also used the Slimine Marquee die by Whimsey Stamps. I trimmed the frame from Marquee die in green card stock.
I then added pieces of pattern paper into the window portions of the die and ran those through my die cutting machine. I then added those pieces to the window openings with liquid glue.
I then popped some pieces of ephemera onto the card with foam adhesive and other pieces directly to the card with liquid glue. I then used Star Dust Stickles to add some sparkle to the card!
Thank You so much for stopping by today! I hope you have a great week!
Process Video CLICK HERE
Hello fellow crafters!
I am so grateful that you have stopped by today. Kim here from @CardmakingBlonde sharing a little more inspiration from November’s Flavor of the Month card kit.
I adore this image and the paper included in this collection! At this point this collection has produced two cards and there is enough material left over to produce probably three more. (I liked to use at least three patterns typically so I tend to go through paper quickly.)
Happiness truly is a warm puppy! We added a new addition to our family about 8 weeks ago and she has made us incredibly happy. Our cat has also warmed up to her too. 🙂
Thank you so much for being such a supportive group of crafters, it is always so nice to be able to share a craft you love with others who love it as well. One of my favorite things, especially with cardmaking with the kit, is that we all start with the same ingredients but create such different yet lovely things.
I hope you take some time for yourself and get to create something that will bring you joy.
Keep on creating,
Hello there, crafty friends! It’s Alicia a.k.a Crafty Al and I’m so excited to be back on the Scrapping for Less blog to share another card. To see the process video, make sure to click on the picture at the end of this post.
For today’s card I used Collection #4 – Wildflowers from the November 2020 Flavor of the Month Card kit. If you weren’t able to snatch up one of these fabulous kits and use my card as inspiration, you can apply this same layout and technique to SFL goodies you already own.
For the card I used some of the 6×6 patterned papers from the collection, along with some scraps and the coordinating ephemera.
Once I cut down the patterned papers, they were put into/onto a clear card base. To finish up the card I created an embellishment cluster with the ephemera for the focal point.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
I hope you have a crafty day,
Hello, it’s Stacy from CraftaholicMomma up today on the Scrapping for Less blog with a card and decorated notepad using the Wildflower Collection #4 from the brand new November Flavor of the Month Card Kit themed “Simply Sentimental”.
A while back I purchased several of these notepads from The Dollar Tree to decorate and give away as gifts for friends, family and teacher, etc. You’ve seen me decorate them before in past blog posts. I’ll link those posts below.
The notepad measures 4″x6″ so a sheet of pattern paper fits perfectly. I used two sheets of paper (and a couple of scraps) to decorate my notepad and make a matching card.
The card is a 4 1/4″ square card. I punched the flower and leaves from punches I had in my stash.
The card kits will be shipping this week and next so I hope I was able to provide some inspiration.
Thanks for visiting,
Links for notepad blog posts:
Hello Everyone and Happy Monday! I’m sharing a Thank You card today using the SFL November Flavor of the Month Collection 2! The paper in the Thanks So Much paper pad are beautiful; I love the color palate.
I stamped one of the sentiments from the Thanks So Much stamp set onto a piece of pattern paper. I trimmed that down creating a fish tail on the right side. I decided to add 3 more pieces of pattern paper trimmed the same way under the sentiment.
I layered the White Organza ribbon from the collection onto the card and added the blue ribbon from the banana split pack over the top.
I finished the card using 3 enamel dots from the collection in the lower right hand.
Thank You for stopping by!
Hi, friends! It’s Beth from Bourbon Creek Crafts here today and I’m still playing with the November Flavor of the Month card kit, Simply Sentimental.
I started with a piece of Kraft cardstock that measured 4 1/4 by 11 inches. I scored it at 2 3/4 and 5 1/2 inches and folded. I also cut a piece of Kraft cardstock at 4 1/4 by 5 1/2. This extra piece will act as the front panel of the card.
For the front of the card I trimmed the white pattern down to 4 1/8 by 5 3/8 inches, the peach pattern to 2 by 5 3/8 inches and then that butterfly piece was just a scrap that was about 1 1/2 by 3 inches. I pulled in that gorgeous piece of floral ephemera along with the Always My Friend ephemera sentiment.
For the bottom layer (or inside) of the card, I added piece of that pretty floral pattern that was 4 1/8 by 5 3/8 inches. To act as a holder for the easel, I added a piece of the striped pattern that was 2 by 3 3/4 inches and backed it with a piece of Kraft cardstock. I added a small strip of the peach pattern that I had left and the little butterfly ephemera. I popped this panel up on foam squares.
To finish off the inside, I added some white paper to the top part of the card to allow me some clean writing space.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed today’s project and got even more inspiration for using this wonderful kit!