I have been looking for some inspiration on Pinterest and decided to make some super easy and quick cards with some beautiful Washi tapes from the Paper House Productions! Have you all checked them out yet at the shop? Holy, moly those Washis are so beautiful! I feel like they need to be showcased more than just adding it to decorate your planners and notebooks.
I am so fortunate to be a design team member of Paper House Productions because not only to they make beautiful paper pads and stickers, these Washi Tapes are to die for! Look at how beautiful those prints really are, and with foiling! Love, love, love them all! Here’s what I got to play with:
For my first card, I started out by cutting my smooth white card stock to 5 1/2 X 4 1/4. I layered the StickyPix Stargazer Washi Tape with the Wine Washi Tape set and die cut the card stock with the Wonky Stitched Rectangle Frames Die. I also used my Bow punch to punch out the pieces to create my bow with a gold-foiled card stock to match the washi.
I adhered my front panel onto the card base with my Xyron Tape Runner first, then adhered the gold bow on the foreground using a bit of hot glue. I finished my card design by stamping the sentiment onto the card.
Here’s my first card:
The stargazer washi tape set is one of my favorites. I just love the gold foil details and the color is just simply beautiful! Here’s a little close-up of the card:
I wanted to create a birthday card for my second project with the same design. This time, I used the Wine Washi Tape Set which is going to go perfectly with the sentiment. A friend of mine is turning 60 and she’s a bit bummed about it. This card will hopefully cheer her up!
Isn’t this hilarious? I just LOVE this Wine Washi Tape Set and I think adhering it on a white card stock made the images pop!
I hope you all got inspired today to create some super simple and quick cards using some beautiful Washi Tapes. The supplies I used are listed and linked. Have a wonderful day!
It’s the last day of the April reveals by Newton’s Nook Designs. You also have a chance to win each stamp set during release week so check out the details I have indicated at the end of this blog post. [Just a little important note: I know some of you had difficulties finding the comments section. If you would like to leave a comment to participate in the giveaway, the “comments section” will only be ever visible when a single post on Word Press is being viewed. Please click on this particular blog post and you will be able to leave a comment below. Thank you!]
For today’s cards, the design team is showcasing the Little Lilies stamp set and coordinating dies as well as the April Showers stamp set.
For my first card, I wanted to create a simple border around the image to make it pop. I first stamped and colored my Little Lilies using the stamp and die-cut the same with the coordinating dies. I die-cut the white border using a die from my stash. I also die-cut another piece of white card stock and colored it green to make it look like a grass hill.
To finish my design, I added some glossy accents to the tiny lilies to make it look more realistic and added the pink bow on the frame using the Pines and Holly die set. Here’s my first card:
I just love the simplicity of this stamp set!
For my second card, I die-cut a rectangle mask using my Inkadinkado masking paper and place it onto my card. I stamped the little images around the masked area, and colored them in with my Copic markers. I also added tiny blue dots to fill out the space. I removed the mask and stamped the sentiment in the middle. Here’s my second card:
I love the sentiment on this stamp set and this is definitely another must-have to add to your collection.
Would you like to win the “Little Lilies” Stamp Set or the “April Showers” stamp set? Each stamp set will be given away to ONE lucky winner!
Here’s how to win:
Comment on the NND blog and Design Team blogs (see list below)! The winner will be chosen at random from the collective reveal posts. Make sure to check out each of their blogs and comment for your chance to win. You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning! You have until Thursday April 19th at 9pm EST to comment — winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, April 20th.
Check out all the awesome Design Team Blogs below to enter:
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Hello my crafty friends! I am back today for Kat Scrappiness sharing some coffee-themed cards, showcasing the new Got Coffee Script die, the Layered Coffee Cup die, Fancy Scalloped Stitched border dies, and a bunch of other supplies available at the shop.
I have a process video for you today for one of the cards that you see below so I will keep this blog post short. Here are the two cards that I made using the dies.
Here’s the second card:
Here’s the process video:
Which one is your favorite? I hope you like the cards today. Please don’t forget to use my coupon code “MARIA 10” for 10% off your order at the shop. Have an amazing day!
Hello my crafty friends! I hope you all had an amazing weekend! I’m back today with a very special card. It is the start of the Holy Week and this is the perfect time to reflect. Don’t get me wrong; this isn’t the only time to show our faith. I think everyday we open our eyes, we should start thanking the Lord for all the blessings that we have in our lives. I’ve always been religious in my own way. However, I am not going to go into all the details of what I do to show my faith.
Today’s card features a stamp set that is very new to me. I was searching for a stained glass stamp set because I have this design that I’ve had in my head for a card. I found the perfect stamp set through YouTube. This stamp set is called Layered Stained Glass by Maymay Made It.
I started out by stamping the image on Neenah solar white card stock with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. Then I stamped the layers using Ballet Slippers, Minty Fresh and Fresh Lavender inks by Lawn Fawn with my Tim Holtz stamp platform.
I used a die from my stash to create the mantelpiece and also used a leaf punch to cut the greenery. To finish my design, I used my “Faith” die from Simon Says Stamp and also stamped the sentiment “Therefore, do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself”. Here’s the card:
I absolutely love this scripture! Here’s a little close-up below! Can you see the details on the mantelpiece? I embossed it with my embossing folder to make it look like concrete. I have visited a LOT of churches in Europe and it is spot on!
I wanted to add glossy accents to make it look like real glass so I’ll probably add it later on. For now, here’s the card:
I hope you got inspired today. I have listed and linked the supplies I used below. Have a great holy week!
Hello my crafty peeps! (pun intended! haha!) I am back today to share with you some fun Easter cards, showcasing the Stitched Easter Bunny outline dies, the Never-ending Circle dies, Brush Script Happy Easter die, Fancy Scalloped Stitched Border dies, and a bunch of other supplies available at the shop.
I started out by die-cutting my bunnies with different colored card stocks. For one of the bunnies, I adhered some googly-eyes and drew the mouth with my black Copic multi-liner pen. I colored the cheeks and the ears with my R00 Copic marker.
I die-cut a piece of Bristol smooth white card stock and inked the background with Tattered Rose and Worn Lipstick distress oxide, using my mini-ink blending tool. I sprayed the background with water to give it a distress look. I used the Fancy Scalloped Stitched Border dies to give my card stock a decorative edge. I die-cut another piece in light blue to layer it together. I adhered this piece onto my card base.
I die-cut another piece of white card stock using my Rectangle Stick Frame by Your Next stamp, also available at the shop, and adhered this piece on my foreground. My stamped my sentiment using my Tim Holtz Stamping Platform.
Using a mini action wobbler, I adhered the bunny in the center of the frame.
Here’s my first card:
For my second card, I colored another piece of Bristol smooth card stock with my Broken China, Worn Lipstick and Wild Honey distress oxides. I used the Never-Ending circle dies to cut some circles on my foreground. I adhered this piece to my colored background with my foam tape to give it some dimension. I adhered the cute peeps on each circle.
I finished my design by adhering some white pompoms on the bunnies, and added the script sentiment “Happy” from the Brush Script Happy Easter die and stamped the sentiment “EASTER”. I also used my white gel pen to add some details to the script sentiment. Here’s my second card:
Aren’t these cards so much fun? I love how they turned out. I hope you got inspired today. I have also listed and linked the supplies I used below. Have an amazing day and happy crafting!
The time has finally come and Kat Scrappiness has just released the Everyday Brush Strokes stamp set! I was looking forward to showcase this set because it is just simply beautiful. You can create a lot of projects with this set. You can even use it to decorate your planner pages, traveler’s journals, scrapbook layout and project life. The possibilities are endless.
For my projects, I used the Everyday Brush Strokes stamp set, the Cross-stitched Rectangle dies by Kat Scrappiness and a bunch of other supplies available at the shop. I also listed and linked the supplies below.
I have a process video for you today at the end of this blog post. Here are photos of the cards I’ve made using this set.
Here’s the process video:
I hope you got inspired day! Have an amazing week!
Hello my crafty friends! I hope you’re all having a great day so far. I am back to share with you my process on how I made this Flip Book for my pen pal in Australia. She loves the beach and the Sun Drenched 12×12 Paper Pad collection, the Embrace Today Stick-on Pockets with the Carole Shiber Polka-Dotted Soft Pink and Honeydew washi tape would be perfect for this project.
I have a process video below to walk you through my process. Here are some photos of the finished book.
Here’s what’s inside the flip book:
Paper House Productions Supplies: 12×12 Sun Drenched Paper Pad Collection, Embrace Today Stick On Pockets, Carole Shiber Soft Pink and Honey Dew Washi Tape.
Are you looking for some last-minute gift ideas for Valentine’s Day? Look no further. Here’s an easy and fun Valentine’s Mailbox Treat Holder idea! You can find these mailboxes at a craft store, or go to your local Target at the Dollar spot section. I have altered my mailbox, using the beautiful Color Washed 12 x 12 Paper Pad by Paper House Productions. You guys are all going to love this paper pad. The pad comes with a sticker sheet that contains alphabet stickers, and other ephemeras.
I love making 3D projects for Valentine’s Day, especially making treat holders for my family and friends. Valentine’s Day is always a special day at my house. When my kids were a lot younger, I would surprise them by decorating the table with hearts, candles, confetti, and flowers! I would also leave the little treat bags on top of their plates so that before they eat breakfast and go to school, they already have their treats with them. It made their day. It doesn’t matter how big or small the presents were but they were always happy to get a few treats to celebrate the day. We also made treats for their friends!
Here are the photos of my finished project:
I have a process video for you today to show you how I altered this inexpensive mailbox that I found from Target. It is super fast and easy, and it doesn’t require decoupaging. I hope you like it. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Have a wonderful day!
SUPPLIES: Color Washed 12 x 12 Paper Pad, Xyron Creative Station Lite, Mailbox
Hello my crafty friends! Maria here with you today and I am back to share with you a scrapbook layout, showcasing the Discover London 3-D Sticker Pack and the London Calling 12″ Double-sided Scrapbook paper. I love that there are endless possibilities to mix and match the coordinating travel sets, especially the Destination Stickers. I really love the 3d stickers!
I started out by printing my photos using my Canon Selphy photo printer. I cut them to size for my layout.
I decided to use the London-Calling 12″ Double-sided scrapbook paper to match the Discover London 3D Sticker pack. I cut a 6 x 12 black card stock to cover half of the scrapbook paper to have a plain base to showcase my photos and the sticker.
I also used another black card stock to mat my Big Ben photograph and ground it a little so that it doesn’t look like it’s floating in the air.
I used another red card stock to mat the photo of my daughter and I standing in Leicester Square while it was snowing, and journaled a little of how the day was going, where we were, and the date.
Here’s a close-up with the amazing Destination 3D sticker, and that England heart flag is super cute!
I thought it’s also appropriate to include the “Cheers” and the Red Tour Bus, also included in the Discover London 3D Sticker pack.
My daughter and I are huge fans of Sherlock Holmes so naturally, we had to see where he lived and thought that the Police Cap and the Red Telephone Booth would be perfect to showcase this spot.
I wish I can share more photos and use more stickers but I guess I will have to share it on another post. We have definitely enjoyed touring London and this London-Calling 12″ Double-sided scrapbook paper with the Discover London 3D Sticker pack are the perfect combination to decorate my layout.
I hope you all enjoyed this project and found some inspiration. Please don’t forget to visit www.paperhouseproductions.com to find the supplies that I used. They are also listed and linked below to make it easier for you. Don’t forget to use the coupon code “PH18MARIA” to get 15% off your order. Have a wonderful day!
SUPPLIES USED: London-Calling 12″ Double-sided scrapbook paper, Discover London 3D Sticker pack