Hi, it’s Jenn from Scrapbena Creations. Today I am sharing a fun scene card using the stamp set Oh Crumbs by Heffy Doodle. This is the perfect card for all the dog loving tea drinkers in your life or those who love the royal family! I coloured the image using copic markers.
To see how I created this card, click on the video below:
I just adore them! I inked them up along with a bunch of other images from this set using Memento tuxedo black ink and then colored them in using the following Copic markers: Y06, Y35, YG11, YG23, RV000, RV00, RV14, RV21, RV29, E000, E00, E11, N0, N1, N2, N5, N8, B000, B00, B02.
To build my scene I die cut a piece of white card stock using the Memory Box Wrapped Scalloped die and then I blended a little Tumbled Glass distress ink for my sky. I then cut a strip of patterned paper for my ‘ground’ from the Echo Park Spring Fling paper pad and also die cut the grass from the same paper pad. I adhered the grass to the back of the ‘ground’ paper and then adhered just the bottom portion of the combined papers to the scene so that I could be free to place things in amongst the grass, like the cute mushroom. I adhered all the images to create my scene and then popped up the focal panel on a white card base. To finish off the front of the card, I stamped my sentiment using my Tim Holtz Stamp Platform. Now, just a little tip… I should have stamped the sentiment before I popped up the focal panel, but because I used the Stamp Platform I was able to stamp the sentiment a few times to get the crisp sentiment I wanted.
The sentiment on the front of the card just keeps you hanging so I just HAD to add to the inside of the card. I combined the patterned papers again to continue the design on the inside of the card. I added another gnome… I colored several since I was on a roll. LOL
And then I stamped the sentiment for the inside of the card. I decided to add the little clock to this gnome’s hand to tie in the sentiment… so cute! Now, I got to thinking you could leave the card like this basically saying that the card is the recipient’s birthday gift. Or…
You could slide a gift card in there for just a little something… a quick gift idea!
Here’s a close up of the scene on the front of the card… I went a little crazy with the flowers, but couldn’t help myself! So many cute images to color in this set!
Hi, it’s Jenn from Scrapbena Creations. We are celebrating all month long with various themes! Today I am sharing a clean and simple card using Prehistoric Pals by Heffy Doodle that would be perfect to celebrate a long time friendship. I coloured the images using copic markers.
To see how I created this card, click on the video below:
I colored up the turtle and party hat image with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens and cut them out with the coordinating die. I stamped the beach scene with Stamping Bella’s Beach Background stamp. I love that Stamping Bella has come out with several background scene stamps to help make life easier when putting together several images to make a scene. I also colored the beach scene with my Zig pens. I mounted the background scene panel on navy cardstock and pattern paper from my stash. The little turtle is popped up on a Mini Action Wobble to give him some movement as he shuffles across the sand.
Thanks for visiting and I hope you enjoy all of the Celebration projects we have in store for you this month.
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Hello! My name is Stacy from the CraftaholicMomma blog. I am a SAHM who loves paper crafting of all kind, especially card making. I live in Minnesota with my husband and daughter. I would to have you visit my blog, Craftaholicmomma. [VISIT MY BLOG]
I started by stamped out the cake and candle image twice onto Copic friendly paper and coloring them with the markers pictured below. I barely used any markers and tried my best to keep my coloring simple! It’s important to select images that are symmetrical when creating a spinner card because you need to glue the images back to back. The candles had a little wax drip coming off the left side making them unsymmetrical, so after I stamped them I used a Copic safe pen to draw a straight line down the side of the candle eliminating the drip. This is better seen in the video below.
I used simple blending techniques and only 2 markers per color. Then I cut out my images right up against the black line and used a marker to go around the outside of the image to eliminate the white core of the paper that shows.
I wanted to add some interest to my background, so I used the Altenew Wave Builder stencil and some Cracked Pistachio and Scattered Straw Distress ink to create my stenciled background. I temporarily adhered my background to a white card base and die cut a circle through both my background and my card front. Now to create the spinner mechanism I glued a piece of clear thread to the top and bottom of the circle on the back of the stenciled background. Then I sandwiched the string between my two cake images. Make sure to use super strong adhesive when gluing the cakes back to back. This is the main focus of the card and you don’t want it to fall apart!
I adhered the white frame to the card front and adhere the stenciled background to the card base. Then I used some black ink to stamp the sentiment from the Party Palooza stamp set. All that’s left to do is wind up the cake and open the card and watch it spin!
You know I’m a fan of creating bonus cards! I had this cute die cut circle left over from my spinner card, so I popped it up with foam onto the front of another card and quickly colored another cake to be my focal image. I already had the sentiment set up in my MISTI so it was no problem to just stamp it again! Check out my video below!
I stamped my images using VersaFine black ink and colored them in with my Spectrum Noir Glitter Markers. Once they were dry I fussy cut them out and set them aside so I could work on my card base.
I cut my cardstock 5 1/2 in x 8 1/5 in and scored each side at 2 1/4 in. This way each side folds in to create a simple gate fold card! I stamped my sentiment on the lower right hand side, and I also chose a sentiment for the inside to add something extra!
I placed my diamond images on a diagonal up my card front with the center focal image propped up with some double-sided foam squares and extended over the right side edge of my gatefold! Now how easy was that!
If you want to see just how easy it is to put this card together, just click on the video link below!
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I created an ocean panel using distress oxides in Tumbled Glass and Stormy Skies. I then trimmed the top of the panel with an ocean waves border die by MFT. I coloured all of the images using my alcohol markers (both Copic and Spectrum Noir). After placing all of the images on the panel, I added some Nuvo Crystal Drops in Caramel Cream for the sandy bottom.
To see how I created this card, click on the video below.
Hello There! It’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma up on the Scrapping for Less blog today. I’m writing from all the way “Up North”. I live in the Southeast corner on Minnesota and every summer we take a summer vacation trip all the way up to Northern Minnesota. If we were to drive it in one day it would take about 8 hours straight. But we are traveling with my older parents-in-law and my special needs daughter so we take our time and drive it over 2 days.
I generally take some crafting supplies with me, as there is a lot of sitting around relaxing down time. I would go bonkers if I couldn’t craft every few days. Do you feel like that too?
Today I have a back to school card I made using the Heffy Doodle Teacher’s Pet stamp set and Teacher word die. So if you’re interested click on the links to purchase these two items, hurry, there’s a limited quantity available.
I colored the stamps up with my Copic markers and used Gloss White Crystal Nuvo Drops on the teacher’s pearl necklace. I used my Brother Scan N Cut electronic die cutting machine to cut out the stamped images. The paper collection is from the Doodlebug Designs Back to School 6x6 paper pad.
Click on the images below to take you directly to the Scrapping for Less store if you’re interested in picking up these adorable stamp and coordinating dies.
Happy Saturday crafters. I hope your weekend is off to a creative start.
For my project today, I am using the stamp set by Heffy Doodle called Mewniverse. This is a mini set, so I decided to create 3 very quick clean and simple cards.
I started off my stamping out my images, 3 each, on a piece of Neenah Solar White and did some quick Copic coloring. I fussy cut this images out and put them aside.
Now for my card panels: My first one I am using a piece of watercolor paper. I added some clean water to the center, no rhyme or reason as to where. I added my Distress Oxides and let the water do its thing. I popped up my little kitty and basket in the center and added my sentiment with Versafine Onyx Black Ink.
For my second card, I did some ink blending with Lucky Clover and Salty Ocean. My idea was to make this resemble Earth in order to match the sentiment. Not sure if this worked out or not but it still came out cute. I white heat embossed my sentiment onto black card stock and popped that up with foam tape.
For my third and final card, which is the quickest and easiest by far, I just used Shaded Lilac Distress Oxides and laid out a bit of color in the lower right hand corner. I splattered a few drops of water, popped up my images, and added my sentiment with the Versafine and Distress Oxide Ink.
Last, I added a few Nuvo drops and a little sparkle and adhered these panels onto coordinating card bases.
That’s it for today. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a crafty and creative day.