The patterns in this collection are so beautiful they don’t need a whole lot of extras. They’re stunning enough on their own.
I used a sentiment stamp set by The Greeting Farm and various sizes of EK Success Circle punches, both from my stash. The glitter strip is a peel off from Love From Lizi, also from my stash. Tangy Orange Cardstock from Scrapping for Less layers the pattern papers beautifully.
Happy Fall! It’s a beautiful warm and breezy day here in Minnesota. The leaves are turning beautiful colors of orange, yellow and dark reds. And all I can think about is making Christmas cards!! Go figure!
Hello, it’s Stacy from CraftaholicMomma up today on the Scrapping for Less blog with Day 4 sneak peek of the new September Flavor of the Month Card Kit “Orchards and Patches”.
I know, I know, I know, I’ve said this many times before but I truly believe this kit is my ultimate favorite kit ever. I love all of the colors, the patterns and the stamps are incredible! I can’t wait for you all to get yours and see what beautiful projects you make with it.
I used Collection Two for my Card. I made a shaker card with the ephemera pieces.
The sequins are from the Banana Split extras
I used the two Dies from the Banana Split extras as well.
I hope you can join us this Saturday for the full reveal and blog hop. The design team will knock it out of the park!!
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Hello, it’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma up today on the Scrapping for Less blog with Day #3 of Sneak Peeks for the new Flavor of the Month Card Kit that is soon to be released this coming Saturday, August 29th. It’s is super cute!!
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Today I used the papers from Collection 3 and the stamp set from Collection 4, mixing it up a bit. That’s what I like about this kit. Each Collection is a mini theme in itself but they can easily be intertwined.
I made a slider card using just simple punches. You can use Dies or just hand cut with a sharp blade and a ruler.
The boat and sail are made from a circle punch and a mini flag punch. The clouds are from My Favorite Things.
I made a set of Memory/Rolodex cards with the new papers. These types of cards are a new obsession of mine. I love making them and flipping through them. You can use them to organize your addresses or birthdays. Your imagination is the only limit to what you can do with these little treasures. They’re just so cute!!! Look for some upcoming exciting news in the future about these awesome little cards! There might be something on the horizon at Scrapping for Less to help you make them.
Up first is my favorite of the bunch, Strawberry Fields. The patterns are just so yummy! Plus there are matching ephemera pieces available.
Next we have Cool Treats
Thirdly I have Neutrals Volume 1
And last up is A Red Christmas
Of course I need to mention that Summer Daisies is back in stock. This collection is stunning! It sold out super fast the first time so hurry if you want to grab one for yourself.
Kristie Marcotte did a beautiful job showcasing the Summer Daisies in her YouTube tutorial. You can watch it HERE.
I made a card with the Summer Daisies as well.
I hope you love these papers as much as I do. The other gals on the Design Team will be showcasing them as well over the next few days so stay tuned.
Hi, it’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma up today with a card I made using the July Flavor of the Month Card Kit. I used the pineapple stencil and the watercolor paint palette from the Banana Split goodie pack.
This stencil works perfectly with the pattern paper also in the kit. I took one of the pineapple stamps from one of the collections and stamped on top of the dried painted stenciled pineapples to give it some unique detail.
With the left over scraps of paper I made a matching gift tag.
I hope this gives you more inspiration when you are working with your In the Tropics July Flavor of the Month Card Kit.
I made a banner sign for my daughter using the papers and the stamps. I stamped the image and sentiment in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored it with my alcohol markers. I cut the banners from a retired MFT die set.
I made the hanger with strips of Cardstock and attached it to a plastic coffee stirrer straw.
Tying some matching bakers twine to each end finishes it off perfectly.