Wednesday, 26 January 2022

Relatively Thoughtful - Be My Valentine Tag!

    Hello, my friends!

I'm back with a new project share for Relatively Thoughtful!
Several months ago, Relative History partnered with Thoughtful Studio,
to become Relatively Thoughtful.
Occasionally, as a part of the Relatively Thoughtful DT,
I will have the privilege of sharing projects using Thoughtful Studio products.

This time I am featuring a wonderful printable collection from Thoughtful Studio.
It's called Affectionately Yours, Tessa.
You can find it HERE.

It's a lovely collection and it's ideal for Valentine projects. 

Here is what I made:


This is the front of the tag.
The text strip is the Shakespeare quote.
I used it to fussy cut a heart to fill the tag.


This is the back of the tag.
I added the lovely journaling card, along with a strip of paper used on the front.
I also added the first line of the Shakespeare quote that I used on the front.
Finally, I added a double looped ribbon bow to the top of the tag.
I placed this bow upside down so the tails would show on the front.


Here's a closer look at the wax seal I made.
I used the copper wax with just a touch of red added. 
Isn't that detail fabulous? 
I'm totally addicted to making these fun seals

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Thoughtful Studio Products Used:


Other Materials Used:
Recollections Cardstock;
Celebrate It! Ribbon;
Paper Distressing Tool;
Seal Wax and Heart Stamp.
 

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Thanks so much for stopping in today!

There are some really fun events happening at the Relatively Thoughtful facebook page.
You'll want to head over there and take a look.
I hope that many of you will come and join in the fun!

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Here are the links for you:

 Relatively Thoughtful Shop

 Relatively Thoughtful Blog

 Relatively Thoughtful Facebook 

Tuesday, 25 January 2022

Winter Tales Easel Card for White Rose Crafts

Hello, my friends!

I'm really excited to share my first Design Team project for

White Rose Crafts LLC

For those of you that don't know,
White Rose Crafts is a fabulous, family run business,
located in the United States.
You'll find MANY of my favorite papercrafting products in the shop!

Today I am sharing a project featuring the
Winter Tales Collection from Stamperia!
Most of you already know that I love Winter, 
I love snow, and I love birds.
This Collection combines all of those things! :o)

Here's the front of my card:


Isn't that the most beautiful paper? 
My card measures 5 1/2"x 8".
I don't usually make cards that large
but who could cut that paper, right?

Here's the card standing up:


Of course, since it's an easel card, you need to see the side view too:


My base is all kraft cardstock.
Then I cut the feature piece for the front, and another piece for the inside background.
The paper edges were all lightly distressed with Vintage Photo Ink.


I then cut a border strip from another of the papers,
matted it with kraft cardstock, and adhered it to the base with foam tape.
This strip serves as a stopper for the easel feature.

I then cut the circle element from the collection,
matted it with kraft cardstock, and adhered it in place.


and added a pretty shiny drop to all of the little white berries.


Isn't that the most beautiful little bird?

I also added a larger white crystal drop to each corner of the front of the card,
and then brushed my Shimmer Marker over all of the pretty flowers.


I tried several angles to show the shimmer.
Maybe you can see it best in this last photo.


This is such a beautiful collection...
...ideal for creating pretty Winter themed projects!
I'll be back next week with another project using this same collection!

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White Rose Crafts Products Used:




Other Materials Used:
Kraft Cardstock;
Spectrum Noir Shimmer Marker;
Foam Tape.

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Thanks so much for stopping by!
Please come back next week to see another fun project for
White Rose Crafts LLY

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Here are all the links for you:

White Rose Crafts LLC

White Rose Crafts Gallery

White Rose Crafts Facebook Page

Thursday, 20 January 2022

No 19 Vintage Emporium - Challenge #4

  Hello, my friends!  

It's already time for Challenge #3 at No 19 Vintage Emporium!
As always, it's anything VINTAGE goes!


Our fabulous sponsor is:


The beautiful kit this month is called "Best Friends".
and you can find it  HERE.

The winner of this challenge will receive this fabulous kit for a prize!


It's another really beautiful vintage kit!

First, I made a card:


Then I made this fun little pocket/tag:




These little kits are so lovely to work with!
All the bits and pieces coordinate so beautifully!

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This vintage challenge runs for an entire month,
and the only requirement to enter is that your project be VINTAGE!
That's it!
It was great to see your lovely projects this past month!
I really hope to see MANY of you join us!

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Here are the links for you:




 

Monday, 17 January 2022

Pink Monarch Prints - Polka Dot Page!

    Hello, my friends!

Today I have a new project share for Pink Monarch Prints.
I was really feeling these wonderful polka dot papers.
The printable collection includes 32 pages in 8 colours.
There are 4 styles of pages in each of the 8 colours.
They range from plain polka dot up to beautifully distressed polka dots.

I've made this fun page in my new Julie Nutting TN,
along with a Julie Nutting Doll stamp.
I meant to take a photo of the actual TN cover because it's fabulous.
I'll do that in a future post. 

Here's my page:


I chose the blue polka dot for the background.
After adhering it in place, I had fun stamping the elements from the stamp set.

 
I added a little bit if yellow to the bees with my pencil crayons.
I also added stickles to the bees wings and the flower.


Then I added my very first wax seal!
I used some Christmas money to order a set of wax and some seals.
You'll be seeing lots more seals in future posts.
They are SO MUCH fun!


 
I stamped and fussy cut the main images onto more polka dot papers.
Paper piecing is so much fun!
The tan polka-dots worked beautifully for her skin
I then went in and did a little bit of shading with my pencil crayons.


I had so much fun making this page!
I'll be sharing LOTS more Julie Nutting pages as soon as I can find the rest of my stamps.
I have no idea which box they're in! ;o)

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Pink Monarch prints has fabulous digital journal kits,
that are loaded with fabulous pockets, tags, and inserts.
The paper selection is vast and gorgeous!
Don't forget to consider this as an option for other projects.
There are so many benefits to digital products:
instant access, choice of paper weight, size variations, etc.
Keep all of that in mind when you need just the right paper for a new project!

Pink Monarch Prints Products Used:


Other Materials Used:
Julie Nutting TN;
Julie Nutting Stamp - Miss Bea;
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink;
Stardust Stickles;
Prismacolor Pencils.
 

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 I'll be back soon with more fun!
In the meantime, head over to the shop and take a look.
Make sure you sign up for the newsletter too.
That way you'll be notified about all the sales,
and also get some great freebies!

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Here are all the links for you:

Pink Monarch Prints Shop

Pink Monarch Prints Facebook

Pink Monarch Prints Youtube

Friday, 14 January 2022

Kate Hadfield Designs - Winter Fun TN Pages

     Hello, my friends! 

It's time for a new project share for Kate Hadfield Designs  

As always, I have created some fun Traveler's Notebook spreads.
I really enjoy making these fun pages.
I print out all the doodles that I want,
and I really enjoy fussy cutting them out.
Then it's just a matter of gluing everything in my TN.

It's just simple creative fun and so relaxing!


This page used:




This one used:




This one used:

 
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Thanks so much for taking a look!
I'll be back next month with more fun pages to share!
 
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Here are all the Kate Hadfield Links:

Kate Hadfield Designs Shop

Kate Hadfield Blog

Kate Hadfield Facebook

Thursday, 13 January 2022

Thinking of You Card

    Hello, my friends!

I'm back with a new project share for Relatively Thoughtful!

Sally had designed these lovely printable papers for a special even some time ago.
I just love the combination of colours and patterns she used!
They inspired me to create a pretty card, along with some handmade flowers.
Sally has generously given me these beautifully papers, as a PDF,
to offer as a gift to each one of you!
You will find a link to the papers at the end of this post.

In the meantime, here's my card:


Isn't that colour combination pretty? 
I just love the big polka dots, and the floral print is so lovely!


The circle die and the sentiment stamp are from my stash.


I created the dimensional flowers using a Graphic 45 die set.
I haven't done a flower tutorial for some time.
If you're interested in learning how I created these flowers,
please leave a comment below. 

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Relatively Thoughtful Products Used:

 PAPER PDF HERE

 Other Materials Used:
Recollections Cardstock;
Graphic 45 - Large Tag, ATC Tag & Flowers Die;
Simon Says Stamp - Hand Lettered Winter Wishes;
Walnut Stain Distress Ink;
Lawn Fawn Ink - Grape Jelly;
Unknown Pearls.

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Thanks so much for stopping in today!

There are some really fun events happening at the Relatively Thoughtful facebook page.
You'll want to head over there and take a look.
I hope that many of you will come and join in the fun!

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Here are the links for you:

 Relatively Thoughtful Shop

 Relatively Thoughtful Blog

 Relatively Thoughtful Facebook

Wednesday, 12 January 2022

Maker's Movement - Winter Scene Card

 Hello, my friends!


It's time for a fun new project for Maker's Movement

I used my wonderful Crossover II Machine for all my die-cutting on this project.

I've also used:






Here's my card:


I just LOVED putting this one together!
So much fun!
...or should I say "SNOW" much fun! ;o)


The main scene has been created with the Great Outdoors Die Set,
along with some of the Christmas Doodles papers.
Then I added more sweet little trees, along with the snowflakes,
from the Shaker Ornament Die Set.
The front panel was added using foam tape.


I stamped the cute little critters out, and colored them with my markers.
I added them into the scene


I then added this sweet sentiment, and a few bits,
to the inside of the card.
Finally, I added a little snowflake bling to the center of each snowflake.


These products combined make a really fabulous Winter scene!
With just a few changes to the papers, 
these same products could be used to create a scene card for any season.

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Maker's Movement Products Used:

Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting System,



Other Materials Used:
White Cardstock;
Spectrum Noir Markers;
Memento Ink - Tuxedo Black;
Distress Ink - Iced Spruce;
Crafts - Sparkle Rhinestones.

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Thanks so much for stopping by!
I'll be back soon with another fun project!

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Here are all the links for you:

Maker's Movement Facebook  

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