Hey crafty friends, I have some awesome goodies to share with you today. I picked out some things from Kat Scrappiness’s store for this project. To create this card, I used the Newton’s Nook “Hanging Around” stamp set. This stamp set is so fun to play with because all the animals are hanging around! There are so many options you have to create a cute project. So for my card, I decided to use “Newton” and have him hanging on the clothes line from the Lawn Fawn stamp set titled “Little Bundle”.
So, as you can see above, I masked off Newton’s paws and facw so the clothes line would run under his paws. After I stamped the clothes line, I masked the entire image of Newton so I could do some ink blending on the background.
So, I decided to pick some mustard seed and orange marmalade to create a warm colored fall background. I blended the top and bottom of the bristol panel with the yellow and middle portion with the orange. After the ink blending, I spritzed some water on the panel to create this blotchy effect.
I then moved on to the Copic coloring. I then heat embossed in gold the words “Happy Fall” with a scripty font stamp set. I also used my stitched rectangle dies to create the layers for my card.
I used glitter paper for my matting of course. I try to use glitter paper as much as possible, lol. I cut out the sentiment from vellum and embellished the card with Kat’s “Autumn Harvest” sequins. I just love these cute hanging animals and I hope you did too. Thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to check out the supplies I used listed below. Happy Fall Ya’ll!
Hey guys, today is my first project as a design team member for Kat Scrappiness. We have all been hard at work getting things streamlined for our team because we are the first generation of DT members for Kat. The project I created features Kat Scrappiness exclusive “Stitched Christmas Tree” die and several mixes of their sequins. I have listed all the supplies I used below the process video. Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel as well as Kat Scrappiness channel. Have a frightful day! -Mamie
Today I am featuring the “little bundle” stamp set by Lawn Fawn. I used distress inks to blend on the background and used Echo Park’s 6×6 paper pad “bundle of joy” to layer the card. Join me in the video tutorial below, and don’t forget to subscribe! You can also buy these products at Katscrappiness.com.
Here is our final part of the series. I have really enjoyed making this series, but I enjoyed all the comments and feedback even more. Thank you guys for watching the series and for all the great support. Also, let me know if you would like to see a series on another set. For this card I used my Gansai Tambi watercolors for some no-line coloring and I ink blended the background with my distress inks. Let me know if you have any questions and thank you all again. Don’t forget to subscribe if you would like to see more videos like these.
Today I am featuring this adorable stamp set by Paper Smooches titled “Space Cadet”. I created this universe background and I’m very pleased with the way it turned out. I used Distress Inks to ink blend, then added Perfect Pearls mixed with Gansai Tambi white watercolor to splash onto the blended piece. The cardstock I used is bristol smooth, it has proven to be the best cardstock for this type of technique. I used my Copic markers to color these images and googly eyes to finish it off. I am entering this card into a few challenges that are listed below. Click on the links to join in the challenge. I hope your day is “out of this world”!
Today I have yet another scene card. I am realizing I’m addicted to scene cards right now. This stamp set is by Lawn Fawn titled “Rooting for You” . I love getting to use stamp sets like this because I get to pull out my ink pads and use a bunch of different colors. After inking these images I found myself wishing there were more of a variety of veges. I am never satisfied! I always need more stamps! Anyway, this card was so fun to make. I ink blended the background with distress inks to resemble the morning sky. I entered this card into a few card challenges which I have linked below if you would like to participate. Have an upbeet day!
Today I used the My Favorite Things “Cool Cats” stamp set to create this colorful scene card. I water-colored all the images and ink blended the background. If you want to join the challenges, click the links below the picture. Have a BRIGHT day!
I bring to you another card featuring My Favorite Things “Cool Cats”. How cute are they just gazing over the fence? I water-colored this image, ink blended the background and added a die cut of the white picket fence. I love the sweet simplicity of this layout. If you would like to join in this weeks card challenges, the links are listed below. Have a peaceful day.
These cards are some of my latest creations….If you have any questions, or want to see a tutorial on any of these cards, just comment below. Please Subscribe to all my Social Media sites. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did.
This card was so much fun to make. I love all the colors and the crayons are so cute. The stamp set is called “you color my world” by Lawn Fawn
Anyone that knows me, knows how much I love succulents. I can’t get enough of them. This stamp set is by Hero Arts.
I can’t say enough about the quality of Stampin’up’s products. Here I used the feather stamps that also come with coordinating dies.
Can you tell how much fun I had with this set of cards? I created a stencil with some flower and leave dies, I also made a video.
This card has a lot of meaning to me. I wanted to create a card that reminded me of the beautiful buildings in Spain, more specifically my grandparents house. I used a spellbinders die.
I created this fun card from Project Life accessories. I love the new acetate sheets!
Today i am featuring the fantastic stamp/die set from Lawn Fawn “Stuck On YOu”. I love succulents, and i am excited to share this fun watercolor and stamping process, video tutorial. Please like and subscribe to my youtube channel to get all my latest updates. Below the video is a list of the supplies i used. Thanks for stopping by!