Monday, December 4, 2017

Holiday Series 2017 - Day 1 - Dimensional Snow Tree Card

Hello Everyone and Happy Monday!  Also, hello December....how did you get here so fast?!?  I swear that the year has honestly FLOWN by and this month does not seem to be slowing down at all.

I'm so excited to be doing a Holiday Series this year...I could not believe when I looked back and saw that the last time I did a Holiday Series was 3 YEARS AGO!  But I'm incredibly excited to be presenting again this year here on my blog and youtube channel.

My goal for this series is to complete 12 Holiday projects.  I have way more than that sketched out and floating in my brain, however, I am a stay at home mom to 2 very young kids and time for myself can be very limited.  So I've set a goal of 12 projects but if I surpass that, I'll be ecstatic.

Onto Day 1 - Dimensional Snow Tree Card.  I have to admit that this card was created last year, it simply never got posted, so it does involve using a stamp set that is a little older but is a fantastic one for your holiday collection.  The stamp set that I am featuring today is Hero Arts "Color Layering Christmas Tree" and I'm pairing that with some White Liquid Appliqué to give the tree some really fun dimensional snow.  This card would also be incredibly easy to mass produce, especially with the use of the MISTI, which at the time I did not own last year.





Hope you guys enjoyed this card and I'll be back soon with Day 2 of the Holiday Series.



Supplies:
- Hero Arts Color Layering Christmas Tree Stamp Set
- White Liquid Applique
- Versamark
- EK Success Powder Tool
- Ranger Super Fine Detail Gold Embossing Powder
- Lawn Fawn Stitched Circle Dies
- Lawn Fawn Toboggan Together Stamp Set 
- Glitter Paper
- My Favorite Things Diagonal Stripes Background
- Lawn Fawn Freshly Cut Grass Ink
- Simon Says Stamp Green Apple Ink
- Simon Says Stamp Olive Ink (discontinued)
- Simon Says Stamp Green Leaf Ink
- Lawn Fawn Yeti Ink
- Score Tape
- Ranger Christmas Red Stickles 
- Fun Foam 

Thursday, November 23, 2017

So Very Thankful Card

Hello Everyone and Happy Thanksgiving!  I hope that you all have a very happy thanksgiving surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones in celebration of what you are most thankful for.  Today, I'll be headed over to my parents house with my family to spend time and enjoy everyone's company....and to help my mom cook her fantastic Thanksgiving dinner!

For my third and final Thankful card this week, I'm featuring the Concord & 9th Give Thanks Stamp Set and the My Favorite Things Words of Gratitude Die Set (which looks like it may be discontinued but there are several alternatives that can be used).  I'm not sure what the proper term for this technique is but going to call it die cut dimensional inlay.  This is the first time that I've personally tried it and I really LOVE how it turned out.  The thankful die cut is subtle but still stands out.



Here's a video showing how I created this card using die cutting dimensional inlay.  




I hope you guys enjoyed these 3 Thankful cards created this week.  It pushed me to create more cards that I do not normally create, which is a good thing.  

Check back soon, as I'll be starting the Holiday Series of 2017 in the near future!!


Supplies: 
-MFT Words of Gratitude




Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Lawn Fawn Leafy Thanks

Hello Everyone, I'm back with card #2 for this week of Thankful cards.

For today's card I'm featuring Lawn Fawn's Big Scripty Words Stamp Set & Dies, as well as the Stitched Leaves Dies.  Pair that up with some blended Distress Ink and gold ink splatters and you have a Leafy Thanks Fall card.







I'll be back on Thursday with my 3rd and final card for Thankful week.  


Supplies:
-Distress Ink in Peeled Paint
-Distress Ink in Crushed Olive
-Distress Ink in Forrest Moss
-Distress Ink in Fired Brick
-Distress Ink Spiced Marmalade
-Distress Ink Wild Honey
-Distress Ink in Scattered Straw
-Tim Holtz Watercolor paper
-Tim Holtz Blending Tool
-Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolor 
-Sequins 
-DMC Gold Twine
-Lawn Fawn Big Scripty Words Stamp Set
-Lawn Fawn Big Scripty Die Set
-Versamark Ink
-Ranger Super Fine Embossing Powder in White
-Ek Success Powder Tool
-Multi Medium Matte Adhesive
-Lawn Fawn XStitched Rectangle die
-Xyron Sticker Machine
-Lawn Fawn Stitched Leaves Die

Monday, November 20, 2017

MFT Grateful (OHWC)

Hello Everyone!

As promised, I have a few more fall/thankful cards for you all.  I can't believe that Thanksgiving is this week...where did the month of November go?!

For today I have a OHWC (One Hit Wonder Card), meaning I'm strictly using one stamp set to create the whole card with very little extra embellishments or other dies.  Today's card features My Favorite Things Grateful Stamp set.  I simply adore the font used for this stamp set, so much can be done with the flourish, and the price point is fantastic.

In the video I talk about and show how I turned a mistake into my card design, after a slight panic! hahaha





I'll be back very soon with another Thankful card for you guys.  I have 2 more to showcase this week! 

See you back here soon!



Supplies:

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

My Favorite Things - Witch Way is the Candy?

Good Evening Everyone and Happy Halloween!

I cannot believe it is already the last day of October....I feel like this month has seriously flown by.  But as I promised, I have one last Halloween Themed card for you guys today.  Before we get to the card, I just wanted to let you guys know that starting next month I will begin my Holiday cards mini-series and I will also be showcasing a few Thankful projects as well.  So be on the lookout for those soon.

Onto the final Halloween Themed card for the year.  Today I am featuring one of my new favorites, MFT Witch Way is the Candy? Stamp Set.  This set released quite a bit ago but MFT just re-released it this year and I was sure to snag it!

Here is a video showing how the card was created:



Hope you guys enjoyed this mini-Halloween series!  I'll be sure to be back soon!


Supplies:
-MFT Witch Way to the Candy? Stamp Set
-MFT Spooky Sweets Stamp Set
-Memento Tuxedo Black ink
-Versamark Ink
-Ranger Super Fine Detailed Embossing Powder in White
-Ranger Super Fine Detailed Embossing Powder in Clear
-EK Success Powder Tool
-Copics
-Copic Multiliner
-Tape Adhesive
-Multi Medium Matte Adhesive
-PPP Silver Star Confetti

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Lawn Fawn - Pirate Pup Halloween

Happy Sunday Everyone.  I hope that your weekend has been a good one.  Today, we have carved out our pumpkin and have a kids Halloween Party to attend this afternoon for my husbands work.  I love holiday festivities!

Before Halloween has come and gone, I have a couple more Halloween themed cards for you guys. Today's card features 2 Halloween stamp sets from Lawn Fawn, Booyah and Happy Howloween!


And here is a video showing how I took these 2 stamp sets to create a whole new look for this pup!




Hope you guys enjoyed this video and I'll be back with 1 more in time for Halloween.


Supplies:
-Lawn Fawn Booyah Stamp Set
-Lawn Fawn Happy Howloween Stamp Set
-Lawn Fawn Happy Howloween Die Set
-Lawn Fawn Sugarplum Ink pad
-Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
-Copics 
-120 lbs cardstock
-Xmas Red Stickles
-Ranger Multi Medium Matte
-EK Success Powder Tool
-Versamark Ink
-Ranger Super Fine Detail White Embossing Powder 
-Copic Multi Liner
-Foam Tape









Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Simon Says Stamp - Happy Halloween Pumpkin Kitty

Hey Everyone!  I hope your week is going good.  Its very gloomy, windy, and raining here in Jersey....perfect day for Crafting!


Today I have another Halloween card for you guys using another Simons Says Stamp stamp set, Hey Pumpkin.  This one is an older one but it is seriously adorable.  And I'm pairing it with a stencil, also from Simon Says Stamp, called Stars & Dots.  And this card was super quick and easy to create, which is always plus.


I absolutely LOVE all of the sparkle on this card, and this picture above really shows it all.  Here's a video showing how I created this super quick and simple card!



Hope you guys enjoyed and I'll be back soon with yet another Halloween card.  Trying to squeeze them all in within the next week!


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