Hi Everyone! Luci here with this adorable card using the Sunny Studios “Puppy Dog Kisses“, “Spring Scenes” and the SFL “Puppy Hugs and Kisses” paper pad!
Be sure to check out the video HERE!
Not all of our cards need to take hours, sometimes you just need a quick card to say Hey! This card is a standard A2 size card or 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 inch. I cut out a piece of the galaxy paper to 4 X 5 1/4 for the front panel, I used a circle die to cut out a piece of scrap patterned scrap paper, I did end up taking another scrap piece of cardstock die-cut it with the same circle just to give it some more stability. Then I added the lounge chair sticker to the die cut circle and a sentiment sticker that says “On Lake Time”. On the inside I used the sentiment stamp “is my favorite place to be from Critter Campout! And that’s it, easy peasy!
Check out the video HERE!
Hi Everyone! It’s Luci from “My Crazy Craft Life” with Center Box Pop Out or Pop Up Card! I am so happy with how this turned out! Be sure to check out the video for all the details, dimensions, and tips I learned along the way HERE! For this project I used The Greeting Farm “Hands Down” and Sunny Studio “Magical Mermaids” stamp sets. I stamped the images with Hero Arts Intense Black Ink and I used Tsukineko Jet Black to stamp the glasses from the Hands Down set on to Acetate, and Copic colored all of the images. The cardstock was from my stash.
Hello Everyone!!! It’s Christine from Pattercrafts with a Peek a Boo Card featuring Sunny Studio’s “Happy Owlidays” stamp set! This set is super adorable and is great for Christmas and Winter cards. I made a peek a boo card using the September Scrapping for Less card kit and I was asked at that time if there was a video and long story short – that footage was lost and I thought I would make another!
There are lots of tutorials out there for this style card, but I will tell you what I did. First, I cut down 3 pieces of card stock.
I will try my best to describe the process in words, but I did make a video CLICK HERE if you’d like to see the process and be able to stop the video if you’d like to try to make one yourself.
Now the window portion of the card needs to be die cut. You can choose any shape dies you want or have.
Attaching the panels:
Decorating/Embellishing your card
Once I had the card all adhered I decorated the front and middle with a strip of paper from Sunny Studio’s Holiday Cheer Pattern Paper and several of the images from the Happy Owlidays stamp set. The images were stamped and cut out then colored with Copic Markers.
For the Peek a boo part… THE BACK panel is where the image that is seen when the card is closed. I close the card – draw an outline on the back panel where the window is and decorate that area. With this card, I chose to put down a piece of pattern paper and the owl with the Santa hat.
When you open the card – that folded edge from the front panel slides the other 2 3/4 part into the window space. I do the same thing, keep the card open – lightly draw where your window is and decorate. For this part I chose another piece of pattern paper, an owl and a gift.
So while the card is closed, you see one scene/image and when the card opens, the extra piece of the front slides into place displaying another scene/image. (You can also use sentiments)
I thank you so much for stopping in today. I wish I had taken more pictures of the process for you, but there is a video over on the Scrapping for Less YouTube channel.
I hope you enjoy and get inspired!
It’s Desiree here with another design team project for Scrapping for Less! Today I want to show you another way you can put those small stamp sets to good use!
The stamp set I am going to use is from the Flavor of the Month July 2018 Card Kit by Sunny Studios and called Make a Wish! So let’s make some wishes come true but only use paper!
I started my project by stamping my images using my VersaFine Black. I planned on coloring my images using my Arteza Real Brush Markers.
Once they were dry I used a stitched circle die from my stash and cut out my images along with 4 more circles. I grabbed some toothpicks and double sided and started to put together my cake toppers! I added some sequins and Nuvo drops because what cupcake does not need sparkle!
It’s that easy!
Don’t forget our Scrapping for Less Show and Share Group – COME AND SHARE YOUR WORK WITH US!
If you want to see just how easy it is to put this card together, just click on the video link below!
Hello and Happy Monday to you! It’s Tina from Cards and Coffee Time and today for my Design Team project I am sharing a card I made with the super adorable “Tiny Dancers” stamp set by Sunny Studio🙂 I have a few well…not so tiny dancers at home and most always they are dancing around the house not knowing Mom was watching:) So I wanted to make a card for them:) I used my Copic markers to color in the 3 little gals with bright colors:) I cut out 4 different sized circles and colored them with distress oxide inks. Peacock Feathers, Twisted Citron, Worn Lipstick and Seedless Preserves. I created a thin tag for my sentiment and for a little shimmer and shine I added Nuvo Crystal Drops – White Blizzard to the largest circle and to the hair pretties on my Tiny Dancers:) I loved coloring in these images and when I look at the finished card I can’t help but smile…I hope you do too:) You can find this stamp set Here at the SFL Shop. Thanks for stopping by! Wishing you a wonderful and crafty week! Hugs, Tina
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Hi, Stacy here. As promised in my card kit blog hop post, I am showing all 32 cards I made with July’s card kit. Today I am going to show the remaining cards 17-32 from Collections 3 & 4. For the blog hop I was assigned the Double Dip level to feature. My first picture of each collection shows those cards from the Double Dip level and using all 4 sketches. The second picture is the remaining cards I made with the rest of the collection. Note: I did bring in additional solid cardstock and dies from my stash.
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Hi, Stacy here. As promised in my card kit blog hop post, I am showing all 32 cards I made with July’s card kit. Today I am going to show cards 1-16 from Collections 1 & 2. For the blog hop I was assigned the Double Dip level to feature. My first picture of each collection shows those cards from the Double Dip level and using all 4 sketches. The second picture is the remaining cards I made with the rest of the collection.
Note: I did bring in additional solid cardstock and dies from my stash. Tomorrow I will be back to show you the rest of 32 cards.