Hey everyone! It’s Lynnea! Have you ever tried coloring an image with Nuvo Dream Drops? I did and the results are fantastic! I have a video for you and you can find the products I’ve used in the Scrapping for Less store!
Then came the fun part! I squeezed out some of the Indigo Eclipse Nuvo Dream Drops onto my glass work surface and picked it up with my stylus and “colored” with the Dream Drops! How cool! I love that the Dream Drops allow the stamping to show through because they are translucent.
I added some stamping to the background of my cards for interest using a My Favorite Things background stripe stamp and the stars from the Critters Ever After stamp set. Then I added my images with foam squares! Check out the video below!
Hey, everyone! It’s Lynnea and I’m using some products from the Scrapping for Less store today to create an easy underwater scene using ink blending and patterned papers! And there’s a video, too! So be sure to watch!
I LOVE the Scrapberry Ocean Enchantment paper pack and I was really drawn to one pattern in particular. It had a bunch of tone on tone yellow fish in all different sizes! I decided to fussy cut a bunch of the fish and let them be the star of the show! They needed an ocean background and I don’t have a waves stencil, so I flipped inked my Clouds stencil from Pink & Main from the bottom instead of the top and it made a perfect wavy ink blended background! I added a bit of shimmer with my Spectrum Noir clear shimmer pen and a white heat embossed sentiment from the Lawn Fawn Critters Ever After stamp set.
As a finishing touch to my background I added some clear enamel dots. I love how they look like bubbles! Thanks so much for joining me!
Hi Everyone! Luci here from My Crazy Craft Life with a card made using a stamp set from Sunny Studios “Home Sweet Gnome”! I love gnomes so I was super excited to be able to make a card with this set! I also used the Knock on Wood Lawn Fawn paper pad. You can head over to Scrapping for Less to pick up yours at a great price. Be sure to check out my video for all the details HERE!
To make this card I did a lot of masking! A LOT!
I stamped and masked the images on the largest die cut circle I have about 4 inches. Next, I used distress oxides, a cloud and hillside stencils to add some color to the background. I colored the images with Copic markers and then used a smaller smaller circle die on the front panel. I popped the panel up with some foam tape and put it over the larger circle directly on to the card. I cut a 1/2 inch strip for the sentiment and then added sequins from a past SFL FOTM card kit and a purple bow from some ribbon.
Thank you so much for stopping by! Today I am sharing with you what I made with the Some Bunny stamp set from Lawn Fawn. This type of stamp set is my favorite! It can be used for friendship, thank you, love and of course Easter. I wanted to make a card for a friend who went above and beyond for me and the sentiment on this card is just perfect.
cut out the little characters by fussy cutting them then went around the edges with a black marker to give a more finished look
using a 6x6 paper pad from my stash I used a green sheet that could work for the ground and a blue sheet that could work for the sky even though they have patterns on them
in order to give this card a bit of dimension I put pop dots on the back of the planter and tucked the carrots in behind it
after stamping the sentiment in Versafine Ink black onyx I covered it with clear embossing powder and hit it with a heat tool to get that shiny look (I hope it comes through in the picture)
I had stamped out the images a couple of times in case I messed one up and had a little bunny that didn’t make it in the scene on the front of the card so I decided to add him to the inside (when I can I like to do something to the inside). This card was fun to make and while making this one I came up with a few more idea for other cards, hence the reason I LOVE this stamp set, there are just so many different scenes to create with it!
Thanks again for stopping by and I hope you are having a great Friday and are headed into a fabulous weekend!
Greetings friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here with a project I made using products from Scrapping For Less.
I used the Lawn Fawn “You’re Clawsome” Stamp Set, along with some dies in my stash to make this cute card.
First I stamped out the image of the Clawgame, using MFT Extreme Black Ink and cut it out with my Scan N Cut. I used alcohol markers to color my images, and had so much fun doing so.
I used pattern paper from the MFT Collection called Sweet Stack, and a panel of Ballerina Pink cardstock to make my background layers. Using a Lawn Fawn slider die I cut the panel out of the top of the game, and used an MFT slider element to give the claw the ability to slide back and forth.
I hope you have enjoyed this project today as much as I enjoyed making it.
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Good Morning and Happy Thursday fellow crafters! Katie here from 2CrafyKaties to share with you 3 different Dino card using using Lawn Fawn’s “RAWR” Stamp set! I could not decide which one I liked the best so I decided to share all three of them!
I used Collection 3 to make my card. The papers, label, sequins and stamp was from the collection. I added the scallop border and white doily from my stash. I colored the apple pie image with my copic markers (Y24, Y27, E11, E13 and E15).
I can’t wait for you all to see this card kit. It is so cute! You’re going to love it!
We would love to have you join us this Friday night at midnight as we reveal the card kit in the monthly blog hop. The design team ladies definitely outdid themselves.
Thanks for visiting,
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