Thursday, 22 August 2019

Artsystamper - Koi Pond Box Card

Hello, my friends!

It's time for a new Artsystamper post!
Today I am sharing a project that features:

Marble Magic Digital Paper Pack, and

Koi Pond Stamp Set.

I used one paper from the Marble Magic Collection,
and multiple pre-colored images from the Koi Pond Stamp Set,
to put together this fun little box card.

I created the box card base from cardstock, using the die.
I printed out the Marble Magic paper that looked most like water.
I die-cut that paper, and added it to the base.

I then went through the Koi Pond images and decided what I wanted to use.
I sized everything I wanted in Cricut Design Space,
and then used the print/cut feature.

Then I just had fun putting everything together.

I added the sentiment to the front flap.

Finally, I went through and added the Sparkle Marker to everything.
The glitter shows in some of the photos,
but it real life it's really sparkly and pretty! 

I also added the marbled paper to the back.
It's a pretty place to write a message.

The box card folds down to fit into an A2 envelope.

Here's one final look at the finished card:

Other Materials Used:
Papers: Recollections - Cardstock;
Die: Sizzix Bigz XL Box Card by Lori Whitlock;
Machine: Cricut Explore Air Machine;
Marker: Spectrum Noir Sparkle Marker.

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Thanks so much for stopping in today!
I hope you find these images as inspiring as I do!
I look forward to sharing more with you!

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Tuesday, 20 August 2019

Home Is Where...

Hello, my friends!

Today I have a another combination post share.
I've used some great products from ScraPerfect,
 along with chipboard pieces from Infinity Engraving

These two really are such a great pairing of products.
Here's my project:

I began by cutting my dark blue cardstock background. 
I used my ScraPerfect Perfect Crafting Pouch all over it
before stamping my house with embossing ink.
I then heat embossed it with white embossing powder.

Then I took the five wood keys, and the one little heart, from Inifinity Engraving.
Each of the keys were also heat embossed:
four in silver and one in red. 
Finally, I heat embossed the chipboard heart in red.

Then I used ScraPerfect Best Glue Ever
to adhere all the keys in place.
It works perfectly on even the skinniest little parts.

Then to finish it all off, I added the dark blue cardstock
onto a slightly larger white cardstock, tent fold card base.

 I'd like to thank my friend Annie for her input on this project! 

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I'll be back again soon with another project!

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Friday, 16 August 2019

Rinea Tutorial - Wonderful Life Card

Hello, my friends!

Today I have a fun tutorial for Rinea.
This month we are partnering with Imagine Crafts.

I'm going to show you how I made my card, 
using these fabulous foiled papers,
along with some StazOn Pigment Ink!

I recently picked up this fun background stamp,
and have been anxious to use it.
I thought the "messiness" of it worked well with the sentiment.

Here's my card:

Materials Used:
Tim Holtz Stamps - Background and Sentiment;
Stamp Positioning Tool of Choice;
White Cardstock Card Base.

1. Using the Shamrock Green Ink, Stamp the background design onto the Silver/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper. Set aside.
2. Using the Piano Black Ink, Stamp the sentiment onto the Silver/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper. Set side. 

3. Mat each stamped piece with the Ebony Starstruck Foiled Paper
4. Cover the white cardstock card base with Emerald Starstruck Foiled Paper.

5. Adhere the stamped piece to the front of the card.
6. Add the matted sentiment with foam tape, as shown in the photo.

Here's one last look at the finished card:

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Wednesday, 14 August 2019

Makin's Clay® - Thanks Card

Hello, friends!

I'm over on the Makin's Clay Blog today!

I'm sharing how I used clay on this fun Card!

Materials Used:
Makin’s Clay® - Green Clay;
Makin’s Clay® - Cutting Mat - Small;
Makin’s Clay® - Push Molds – Borders;
White Cardstock; 
Scrap of Red Cardstock;
Decorative Paper (I used Making Memories – English Garden Collection);
Your Next Die – Thanks.

1.     Roll green clay into a skinny little piece.

2.     Lay skinny piece over ivy portion of border mold. Push into mold using ball of fingers.

3.     Turn mold over and ensure that all the little corners have been filled. On the back, make sure that all the edges are pushed in smooth.

4.     Pop the clay piece out of the mold and allow to dry flat. Alternatively, allow piece to dry in mold, and then pop out when dry.
5.     Cut A2 tent-fold card out of white cardstock.

6.     Adhere a 4 ¼” x 5 ½” piece of decorative paper to the card front.
7.     Cut a 4 ¼” x 1 ¾” piece of white cardstock. Adhere in place on card front 1” from bottom edge.
8.     Adhere clay pieces along top and bottom edge of white cardstock strip.

9.     Die-cut “Thanks” from red cardstock. Adhere to white cardstock strip, centering between clay border pieces.

Clay borders are such a fun addition to a handmade card! 
They add some lovely dimension and make it special! 😊

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See you again very soon! 

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Tuesday, 13 August 2019

Quietfire Creations - Even A Small Star Shines...

Hello, my friends!

I'm very excited to be sharing my first official Design Team post for Quietfire Design
After my two Guest DT projects I was invited to join the Team full-time!

I'm thrilled at the opportunity, 
and I can't wait to show you all the fantastic products available!
I will be giving you a little sneak here twice a month.
Once I will be directing you to the Quietfire Creations Blog.
The second time, I will be sharing a digital file project,
and directing you over to the details at the Quietfire Digital Blog.
Finally, I will share one more complete project with you here on my blog! 
There is just so much to share! 

Here's the little sneak of my card today:

I had so much fun creating this unique card!
I've used both a stamp and a digital cut file from Quietfire!

So head on over to the Quietfire Creations Blog and take a better look!
While you're over there, check out the shop and the digital blog.
They're full of fabulous inspiration!

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Monday, 12 August 2019

My Scrap Chick - Ice Cream Bar Card

Hello, my friends!

Welcome to a new DT post for My Scrap Chick!

Today I'm featuring the fun:

Ice Cream Bar Card

This cut file is perfect for these warm Summer days!
Here are the cards I made:

Aren't those fun? 
Creamsicles have always been my very favorite!
My brothers always liked the Revels, so I considered them "boy food"! lol 
My husband has taught me to enjoy them too! ;o)
Funny thing is...we've always called them Revels but they're actually Revellos.
Who knew?

So I added a fun stamp to the inside of each card.

I also added a little bit of white doodling to the outside.

This sentiment really does take me back...a FEW years! lol
Or was that just last week...? lol

Other Materials Used:
Stamps: Simon Says Stamp - Ice Cream;
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black;
Marker: Sharpie - White;
Ribbon: My Stash.

Files from My Scrap Chick:

Ice Cream Bar Card

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I'll be back soon with another fun project share!

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Thursday, 8 August 2019

Artsystamper - Fun Masculine Card

Hello, my friends!

It's time for a new Artsystamper post!
Today I am sharing a card that features:

Cruisin' Digital Stamp Set, and

Retro Fun Digital Paper Pack.

This combination makes a fun masculine card;
quick and easy to put together.

Here's my card:

I used the pre-colored image of the car,
and mounted it onto the fun retro paper with foam tape.
The sentiment was matted with black cardstock,
and also mounted with foam tape.

Isn't that fun? 
You can choose a car in another color, or color your own.
Then you can put it on a different background paper,
and you'll have an entirely different look!
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I hope you find these images as inspiring as I do!
I look forward to sharing more with you!

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Tuesday, 6 August 2019

Happy Little Stampers - ATC Challenge - Time

Hello, my friends!

It's new Challenge time at Happy Little Stampers ATC Challenge.

The August Challenge is TIME.

Here's my ATC:

I've used another fun ATC set from Gecko Galz this month.
Then I added some fun molded Makin's Clay pieces.

The gears and time piece were all made of black clay. 
After gluing them in place on the ATC,
I used my finger tool to add the Metallic Lustre.
Finally, I added the "Time Flies",
which was actually the title of the ATC Set.

Materials Used:
Gecko Galz - Time Flies ATC Set;
Molded Makin's Clay® Pieces;
Decoart Metallic Lustre - Iced Espresso.

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ACTs are so much fun to make!
If you haven't tried it you, I hope you do!
Then come on over to Happy Little Stampers,
and link up with us!

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The rules are simple...and here they are:

1. You must create an ATC. We accept both cards and coins. 
You must follow the theme.          
2. Link back to your blog post and not your entire blog
3. Provide a link to HLS in your blog post
4. You may enter as many times as you like but each entry must be different
5. You may enter as many other challenges as you like
6. Have fun!


• measure 2.5 x 3.5 inches (64 X 89 mm)
• be traded for other cards - not sold
• be flat enough to fit into a plastic trading card sleeve

• measure 2.5 inches in diameter using heavy cardstock
• be traded for other coins - not sold
• be flat enough to fit into a plastic trading card sleeve

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Happy Little Stampers has lots of other fun challenges too!
Just head over to their home page and check the sidebar.
You'll see them all listed there...including the ATC Challenge.

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