Hi Everyone! Luci here from My Crazy Craft Life with six cards all from Collection 3 of the February 2020 Flavor of the Month Card Kit! I love making quick cards and the ephemera and papers in this collection make it so simple!
Check out the video for all of the measurements and information!
The products I used from the kit were Collection 3, the cardstock, and the stencil that is part of the Banana Spilt Level. Outside items from my stash were white embossing powder and a sequin pack from a past kit! That’s all six from one collection!
For all of these cards, I used the Nuvo Drops over the stencils and let it dry about an hour in a half to two hours.
This card is a 5 1/2 inch square card base. I used the largest heart die and cut it out the abstract stencil, then I used the second to the smallest heart for the sentiment that I cut out from white cardstock, I cornered the right edge of the card base. I stamped the sentiment on the small heart. I adhered the heart onto the card base in the center and then popped up the sentiment heart in the middle of the large heart. to finish it up I used some sequins.
This card I made similar to the first except its A2 size or 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 inch card base in pink and I used a piece of pattern paper that I cut down to 4 X 5 1/4 inches for the back panel. I cut out the largest flower from a stenciled piece and then the second smallest one for the sentiment in white. Stamped the sentiment on the smaller flower. Layered it onto the card base and finished it off with a few sequins.
My final card is A2 sized and I used a black card base. I cut down the stenciled piece to 4 X 5 1/2 inch and adhered it to the card base. I used a piece I smeared the stone drops on to cut out the hello sentiment from the die and a piece of black card stock for the shadow. I adhered it to the center of the card. I used some black sequins and I used the sparkle pen all over the sentiment and shadow.
For this first card, I stamped the image on 110lb Neenah Solar White card stock. I am making an A2 size card I used a stitched oval die to cut out a frame for the card. I used a powder blue color card base and cut one of the pieces of pattern paper down to 4 1/4 X 5 1/2, so the piece is the size of the card with no borders. I used a stitched oval die to create a frame from the pattern paper. Then I adhered the floral design to the card base and used foam tape to pop up the frame piece and adhered it while lining it up. I stamped the sentiment on the same type of paper and cut the thin strip to about 4 inches and fishtailed the ends. I adhered the sentiment to the card panel toward the bottom leaving some of the frame hole showing on the bottom. I used Crystal Nuvo Drops and some sequins from my stash to finish off the card.
For the second card, I stamped the image on Strathmore Colored Pencil paper, the card is A2 size and I cut the back panel from pattern paper to 4in X 5 1/4in to leave a border from the dusty pink color card base I used. I used a stitched oval die to cut out the image, used “Worn Lipstick” Distress Oxide Ink to give some color just to the outer edge of the oval. Then I cut out an oval the next size up from the same colored pencil paper and layered it behind the oval with the image. I adhered that piece toward the bottom center of the card, stamped a sentiment from the same paper, cut out the strip, fishtailed one end and adhered it to towards the top of the card. I finished off the card by adding some Crystal Nuvo Drops.
For my final card, I stamped the image on Strathmore Colored Pencil paper, the card is A2 size and I cut the back panel from pattern paper to 4in X 5 1/4in to leave a border from the Neenah Solar White card base I used. I then used strips to crisscross measuring 2in X 4 1/4in and 1 3/4in X 5 1/2in. The image I cut down to 2 1/2in X 3 3/4in and adhered it to a rectangle piece measuring 3 1/4 X 4 1/2in. I stamped the sentiment directly onto the image paper and finished it off with some Nuvo Stone Drops.
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To create this card I started with an A2 size cardbase or 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 inches. I used Neenah Solar White 110lb cardstock. I stamped the images I wanted to use with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored them with copic markers. I used my Scan N Cut to cut the images out.
I cut the glitter paper for the front panel to 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 inches and cut out a 3 1/4 inch circle towards the top center of the card and then cut out another circle from white card stock with a 3 1/2 inch die.
I adhered all of the tree images to the 3 1/2 inch circle panel and popped the mouse images up with some foam dots. I adhered the 3 1/2 inch circle to the top of the card base and then adhered the glitter paper to the card base lining up the circles. I stamped the sentient “Cold Hands” from Hero Arts Ink in Moss on a white strip of card stock. I cut the banner down to 4 1/4 X 3/4 inches and adhered it towards the bottom of the card with some foam tape.
To finish it off I stamped on the inside of the card the sentiment “Warm Heart”, as well as, the image of the mittens with the string of them creating a heart. I colored in the mittens with copic markers.
I just can’t wait for the first snow to fall! Where I live it’s not uncommon to have a dusting or two before Halloween!
This card is the result of a happy accident – but I love the look! I sprayed the back of the Echo Park Magical Snowfall Stencil a little too heavily with Pixie Spray and I didn’t wait long enough for the spray to dry before adding it to my cardstock. I pressed Versamark ink over the stencil and when I removed it and added my Lilac Pearl embossing powder the powder actually stuck to the background. I LOVE it! I think it looks like the soft flurries of snow that picks up and blows around in the wind!
The little snowman is from the Avery Elle Christmas Magic stamp set. I wanted him to match my heat embossed background, so I used some BV Copic Markers to color his hat and scarf. The sentiment is from the Sunny Studio Stamps Bundled Up stamp set. I thought it fit this card perfectly!
I added all of my die cut elements onto my card and finished it off with some string tied in a bow. Head over to the Scrapping for Less store to find these products and more for your Holiday cards!
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I’m a lover of classic Christmas colors! – red, green, gold! Gorgeous! I ink blended some Candied Apple Distress Ink onto a piece of cardstock keeping the ink darker towards the center and lighter towards the outside. I used a slightly darker color of ink – Fired Brick – and stenciled the Echo Park Magical Snowfall Stencil over the ink blending and die cut the panel with a stitched circle die. I thought the background needed something more, so I flicked on some metallic gold watercolor.
I super love the Bundled Up stamp set from Sunny Studio Stamps because you can build your own penguin! I stamped the penguin and a bunch of accessories and colored them with classic Christmas colored Copic markers and trimmed them out with my scissors and added them to my die cut circle and stamped a sentiment under the penguin. I wanted to add a little more gold to my card, so I die cut a foiled piece of cardstock with a slightly larger die cut circle and added it to a circle card base. Check out the video above to see how I made that!
This card has so much shine! And I love the subtle snowflakes in the background! Thanks for stopping by!
Hello! It’s time for my monthly Scrapping for LessFlavor of the Month five cards one kit video! Because of product issues this video is a bit late this month, so I tried to make up for it by creating some extra cards with the kit this month! Instead of my usual five cards I’m sharing EIGHT!
Fall is one of my favorite seasons – it comes in close behind winter – and the products in this kit were so inspiring that I couldn’t help but to create more and give you extra inspiration!
The papers in the first collection are ADORABLE! The pumpkin patch patterned paper is my FAVORITE! I created an easy framed scene with the cute kid cardstock pieces and a simple shaker card with the stamp set!
Sweater weather is the name of the game for the second collection! I used some of the stickers and patterned papers to create a simple banner card and I used repeat stamping to create an almost one layer stamped card.
Okay. Let’s be honest. THESE CARDS ARE MY FAVORITE!!! They scream fall and cool and comfy sweater weather! I die cut some of the patterned paper and pieced them onto ink blended backgrounds! So easy but really packs a punch!
The little moose in the fourth collection is the most adorable thing in the world! I sure wish we had moose where I live! I paired him with a die cut sentiment included in the Banana Split level kit!
To finish off the kit I used the stamp set in the Banana Split kit to create another almost one layer card! Watch the video at the beginning of this post to see how easy it was to create those clouds! And let me know in the comments which card is your favorite! See you soon!
Hi everyone! I’m a lover of classic Christmas colors – but every now and then I feel the urge to create with soft pastel colors!
This card is very easy to create and even to mass produce if you want! I started with a piece of light pink cardstock that I die cut with a stitched rectangle die. I sprayed the back of the Echo Park Magical Snowfall Stencil with some Pixie Spray and and pounced on some white pigment ink over the stencil. I love the look of the soft white on the pastel pink! If you wanted to have crisp white snowflakes you could use Versamark Ink and white embossing powder – but I like the look of the soft snowflakes.
I die cut a large snowflake from some gold foiled cardstock to use as my center piece and added some coiled silver thread for added interest. My sentiment is from the Avery Elle Christmas Magic stamp set and I heat embossed it with gold powder to match the snowflake die cut. And that’s it! See what I mean! Super easy! Thanks for joining me!