Hi Everyone! Luci here from My Crazy Craft Life with these super simple super fast Christmas Pocket Cards! I also do some foiling without a laminator!
I am so excited to still be doing this series this year, definitely helped me to have my cards ready without having to scramble during the holidays. So join us each month and hopefully it will inspire you to work through them all year!
For the step by step process for creating the pockets check out the video HERE!
Hi Everyone! Luci here with a few cards using the Picket Fence Studios “String of Lights” stamp set.
I love how simple yet lovely these cards were!
To start I picked out A2 size card bases from my stash, cut down white cardstock panels to 4 X 5 1/4 inches. Then I stamped the images and sentiment together using my Mini Misti and Brutus Monroe embossing ink. I picked red, silver, gold, and green embossing powders and heat embossed them. I adhered the card panels to the card bases. Then I simply added some embellishments for one I used sequins from an old SFL FOTM card kit and the rest I used Nuvo Crystal Nuvo Drops, the colors I used were Autumn Red and Silver Lining. Easy Peasy right!
Good Morning and Happy Thursday fellow crafters! Katie here from 2CrafyKaties to share with you a card using Sunny Studio Stamps “Summer Picnic” and Echo Park’s 6x6 “Good Day Sunshine” paper pad! This month’s theme uses products that focus on celebrating the outdoors, nature, camping, and being under the stars!
Here is what I created:
I love sketches! I have a few favorites that I check out every week. As I was getting ready to create this card, I had no idea what I was going to make. Sketches to the rescue! I started (and finished) with Sketch Saturday #572!
Hello! It’s Jenn from Scrapbena Creations on YouTube. I am back with another Design Team project. Today, I am using the stamp set Oh What Fun by Lawn Fawn.
This card was inspired by Sandy Allnock who created a card last year of a bunny sledding down a hill in the woods. I have always wanted to create my own version of the card using the technique she used in her YouTube video. To make the background, I used Distress Oxide Inks in Stormy Sky. I coloured the adorable Santa bear image with my alcohol markers, as well as some snow markings on the hill and under the sled. Then, I used my white gel pen to dot and smudge white ink to make it look like snow was coming up over the skies of the sled. I used a snowflake pattern paper from the Really Rainbow Christmas 6×6 paper pad by Lawn Fawn. I cut out two triangles from the paper, used a stitched border die for some interest and adhered them on fun foam both at the top and bottom corner of the card creating an open panel in the centre for the sledding scene. To finish off the card, I added the sentiments included in the mini stamp set, which says “Oh What Fun (Merry Christmas)” and added some snowflakes die cut from silver glitter paper for some additional interest.
To see how I created this card, click on the video below: