Hi mateys! My Design Team project today features the stamp set by My Favorite Things called “Party Like a Pirate”. I really love this set, it includes several images and sentiments perfect for many kinds of Handmade cards. In this video, I share a card I made as well as a fun and easy diy keychain to match. I made the charms using Shrinky Dink sheets and various jewelry findings. I colored both projects using Copic markers. If you would like to pick up any of the supplies (or similar) I used, scroll down and click on the link next to the listed item. You can also go to https://www.Not2ShabbyShop.com to pick up this stamp set and use my coupon code “Joy10” to get an additional 10% off your purchase. “Sea” you in the next video, don’t forget to like and subscribe to my channel for more videos of crafty goodness.
Hi Guys, Mamie here again today with a great project to share with you. With Halloween “creeping” up, I decided to make a card with the “Leaf Wreath” die by Gina Marie that I picked up from the Kat Scrappiness store. I also used their sequins mixes to embellish the wreath. Click on the video below to watch how you can turn this beautiful die into something spooktacular. Don’t forget to subscribe to our You tube channels here and here so you don’t miss out on any of our fantastic creations.
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
I hope everyone had a great weekend. Did you guys see the full moon? It was incredible here in Texas. Speaking of full moons, I have a super fun Halloween card to share with you. I colored up this not so creepy bat girl in shades of purple and grey. Then I placed her on a shaker card with this cute sequins. I think it came out “creepy cute”! I have a video below of the process of the Copic coloring and card design, beneath that is the supply list. I hope you enjoyed this post, don’t forget to subscribe to my blog and Youtube channel.
Hi guys, I created this bookmark about a week ago using “Library Mae” and I decided to color the same image again and record it. Watch the video below for the coloration process. Right now over at Some Odd Girls Facebook group we are having a “School theme” challenge. It ends on the 13th, so you have a few days left to enter. The winner will get a 10$ credit towards anything in the Some Odd Girl store. Don’t miss out because you have a great chance of winning! Also, we will be having our new release this week, it promises to be super spooky……
Here is part 3 of 5 in my “Crazy Dogs” series. Watch the video to see how I colored this image on craft cardstock. This card was so fun and it looks like it was delivered by the dog….(due to the distress inking). Please subscribe to my youtube channel and blog and leave me a comment, I have giveaways quite often and they are usually for subscribers only.
Hi guys! I have a bit of news today. Some Odd Girl has asked me to be a member for the 2016-17 design team! I am so excited and thrilled to be a part of their awesome community as a DTM. So it goes without saying I will be posting many SOG projects this year. If you have never been to the shop, you must go soon. They have some of the most adorable images online in both physical and digital. You will not be disappointed. So without further ado, below is my first video project where I used the stamp set called “Little Loves”. I watercolored the image with my Zig Markers and layered the card with some pattern paper left in my stash. The paper is by American Crafts’, Pink Paisley and it’s titled “Hey Kid”. I also finished it with some wooden embellishments from my local hobby store. Join me and see how you can get a deep saturation of colors with watercolors. Also, don’t forget to hit the subscribe button on my YouTube channel, as this is how I know you like my videos. Wishing you a “little love” today, see you in the next video!
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.
This week I created several cards featuring the August Simon Says Stamp card kit. It was really fun using a set that is not my usual “cutsie”image. I created several cards below and also a video tutorial on one of the card designs. Thanks for joining me and don’t forget to subscribe to my you tube channel and blog. Keep Shining Bright!