Hey crafty friends!
Kim here from Cardmaking Blonde sharing a card I made using several goodies from SFL. This time of year I find myself wanting to make Fall, Halloween, and Christmas cards. What I don’t typically find is enough time, am I right? The card I am sharing with you today has the colors that make me think of Fall and the critters too.
Here is a rundown of what went into making this card:
This card came together very easily and would have been a quick card but I decided to fussy cut out the figures instead of using my Scan n Cut which I almost immediately regretted. Those moose antlers are no joke! I love the way it turned out and look forward to sending it on to some friends.
Thank you for stopping in today, I hope you will make some time for yourself and get creative.
Keep on creating,
Fall is here!
Let’s take a trip to the Apple Orchard or maybe you want to go to the Pumpkin Patch!
A little story about pumpkin patches…I started scrapbooking when our first grandchild was born. And boy did I love documenting everything about his growth. When he was 3 I wanted to take him to a pumpkin patch for the sole purpose of being able to do a photo shoot there and as a result create a scrapbook page.
So whether you scrapbook or make cards, make sure you enjoy the fall weather and do something fun!
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Hello there crafty friend! Crystal here from Tawny Owl Paperie with the last sneak peek of the September 2020 FOTM Card Kit before the reveal and hop that starts at midnight tonight!! This Fall loving girl is in love with this kit!! It’s so stinkin’ cute and just perfect for all your Fall cardmaking needs!! Enough chit chat… let’s get to the card I created!
Here’s how this card came together:
-background was created using a stencil and texture paste that was dyed yellow with distress ink
-stamped fairy out in Gina K. amalgam black ink
-colored the image in with Copic Markers and fussy cut it out
-used a memento marker in black to go around the edges of the image so it would have a more finished look
-adhered the image with 3-D foam squares
-stamped sentiment in Versafine ink in majestic blue
The “Winter Fairies” and “Fairy House” stamp sets go perfectly together and are super versatile!
That wraps up this weeks card for me, I hope you are able to find some time for yourself this week and get creative! Thanks again for stopping by the blog.
Keep on creating,
I colored the images from the Llama Say stamp set by Paperie Ink with my Alcohol Markers.
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Hello Crafty Friends!
Kim here from @CardmakingBlonde. Today I am sharing a scene card that was made using SFL’s “Winter Fairies” stamp set AND “Fairy House” stamp set. For this card I started by stamping the string lights then decided what other elements worked best and the scene pretty much built itself. You may notice that beside the house is only one tree and that was intentional because space was certainly needed between the tree and the fairy.
The sky in the background is a blend of Copic Markers. Since the string lights were “on” I really wanted a dusk or early evening sky which also turned out to be a wintry sky as well so that was a nice unexpected bonus. If you look closely the paper trimming the scene is from SFL’s “Winter in Pink” paper pad. The fairy is colored in delicate pinks to go with that paper and it wasn’t until I went to adhere it all that I realized my scene just didn’t leave much space for the patterned paper but the snowflakes made a nice mat for it.
Thanks so much for stopping in today, I hope you are inspired to get crafty!
Keep on creating,