To begin, I used a patterned paper from my stash and stuck this panel on my mat with some removable tape. I used Picked Raspberry and Wilted Violet distress oxide inks with the Tin Roof stencil to add more interest to the background. I set this piece aside to dry for about half an hour.
I used my powder bag to remove static on the card panel and stamped the sentiment with Versamark ink. I sprinkled white embossing powder and heat-set this piece with my heating tool. I adhered this panel on an A2 size side-fold card base.
I die-cut two decorative borders using a die from my stash and foam-mounted the pieces on my card. I finished my design by die-cutting the Jumping Jacks Fri-Dies on some white card stock and adhered them with liquid glue. I added some iridescent jewels to further adorn the card. Here’s what it looks like:
This card will definitely cheer someone who is having a bad day!
I hope you like my project today and got inspired. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Please don’t forget to use my coupon code below to get 15% off your order. Have and amazing day and happy stamping!
The Newton’s Nook Designs Team is hopping along today to share some great Sweet Treats – just in time for Valentines day! Make sure you scroll down to the bottom of this post to see the whole list and hop along and comment for a chance to win!
To begin, I stamped my images on some Neenah solar white card stock and colored the images in with my Spectrum Noir TriBlend markers. I die-cut the images using the coordinating die.
I used a die from my stash to die-cut the treat topper with some Valentine’s-themed patterned paper. I cut the same using some white card stock. I then used my NND Clouds stencil and some Tumbled glass distress oxide ink to create the sky. I adhered this piece on the treat topper with some liquid glue and started adhering the images that I colored to decorate the treat topper. I attached the treat topper to a cellophane bag that is filled with Maltesers chocolate. Here’s what it looks like:
This project is so easy to make but it turned out so cute! Here’s a closer look:
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Hello Newton’s Nook fans! I hope your holidays went perfectly well and you’ve managed to spend a lot of time with your loved ones. 2019 is here and it is time to start this month to welcome the season of LOVE! You will probably see a lot of love-themed projects on the blog this month.
I started out by stamping the image on Neenah solar white card stock and colored them in with my Copic markers. I die-cut the images using the coordinating die. On a piece of Bristol smooth white card stock, I colored my background with distress oxide inks and used my Tumbling Hearts stencil to add the hearts. I die-cut the rest of the elements that I needed to assemble the card. Here’s what it looks like:
To finish my design, I used my home-made clouds stencil using the Sky Borders die and colored the frame to make it look like sky. I also stamped the sentiment with Versamark ink and used white embossing powder and my heating tool to heat set it. Here’s a little close-up:
Hello my crafty peeps! Maria here with you today and I’m back with a Christmas card, showcasing the Merry Critters stamp set. I LOVE this stamp set so much and I just couldn’t wait to play with it.
I started by stamping my images on Neenah solar white card stock and colored them in with my Copic markers. The little yellow bird reminds me so much of tweety! Here’s what the stamp set look like:
Since this stamp set didn’t come with coordinating dies, I die-cut the images using my Brother Scan N Cut 2.
I inked up my background with some distress oxide inks. I ahve been loving the Tumbled Glass and Spun Sugar color combination lately! It gives the perfect wintery-sky! Here’s my card:
I used some white glittered card stock as well to create my snow hill. I think this card turned out so cute. Here’s a little close-up:
I hope you like my project today. The supplies I used are listed and linked blow. Please consider supporting me by clicking on those links. Don’t forget to use my coupon code “MARIA10” for 10% off your order. Have an amazing day!
Hello everyone! Maria here with you today! Are you guys ready to see more inspiration from me after the release week? I didn’t get a chance to join the hop last week because I didn’t receive the products on time. Somehow the post office thought my package should go around the United States twice, haha! Anyhoo, I received them today and I immediately made some projects to show off how wonderful they are!
For my first card, I stamped the images on some Neenah Solar White 110 lb. card stock and colored them in with my Copic markers. I die-cut the sentiment using the Naughty Fri-Dies. Here’s my first card:
The Naughty Fri-Dies cuts like butter! I also added some black dots to fill in the space between the stamped images and finished my design by stamping the snow flakes in light blue ink. Here’s a little close-up:
For my second card, I inked up my Bristol smooth white card stock with Blueprint Sketch and Shaded Lilac distress oxide inks. I stamped, colored and die-cut my little Racoon from the Bushy Tailed stamp set. I also die-cut the sentiment “Snow” on some glittered card stock.
To finish my design, I added some snowflakes and crystal clear jewels.
Hello my crafty peeps! Today is National Coffee Day and since I belong to 3 design teams, you will be getting 3 posts in relation to this.
For my project today, I am showcasing the Let’s Get Caffeinated stamp set, with the Peacock Backdrop die and the double-stitched oval dies. Kat Scrappiness is also giving away two $25.00 gift cards to Kat Scrappiness shop, as well as a SECRET coupon code! Please go to http://www.katscrappinessblog.comto enter.
To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment on the Kat Scrappiness blog post letting us know your favorite coffee related project from her blog post today as well as your favorite Coffee Related Product at Kat Scrappiness. Kat Scrappiness will choose TWO winners who will each win a $25 gift card to Kat Scrappiness to spend as you’d like! We will announce the two winners on Monday, October 8th right here on our blog! Here’s another look:
I started by stamping my coffee cup stamp onto some patterned paper. I used the Coffee cup fri-dies to die-cut the image. I stamped my sentiment using the Coffee Talk stamp set and also used the “coffee script die to die-cut the coffee. I adhered this piece on my coffee cup.
On a piece of Bristol smooth card stock, I used a sunburst stencil to color my background with some distress oxide inks. Here is my card:
I really love how this card turned out. I used my white gel pen to add some details to my card. Here’s another look:
I hope you guys like my card today. Please visit Car-ual Fridays stamp to purchase the stamps and dies I used today. Don’t forget to use my coupon code below to get 15% off your order.
Hello MFT fans! I am back today with this underwater scene card using stamps by My Favorite Things for the 2018 Card Design Superstar contest. I finally summoned up some courage to “freehand” my background and I thought I was going to hurl! Haha! I am so very thankful to MFT for this contest because they encourage us all to join and get out of our comfort zone, whether you are a beginner or an expert! I am certainly a beginner when it comes to drawing/coloring my own scene. I had second thoughts about joining since this is a tough competition. Just looking at all the other entries make me nervous but I thought I’d go ahead and try anyway.
I only have a few MFT dies and stamps with me to get by since I have just packed up my entire studio and shipped it back to my home in Orlando, FL about a month ago. However, that will not stop me from joining the contest! This card entry is for the Coloring Virtuoso category.
I envisioned a design in my head and started drawing my background with different Copic markers on some Neenah 110 lb. white card stock. I layered different colors of blue, blue green and lilac Copics to create my water scene. I also drew some seaweeds with different green and yellow Copic markers and mixed it up a little with brown. To draw the sand, I used Earth tones – E40, E41, E43, E44.
To finish my design, I used my Colorless blender to create bubbles on the water and stamped my sentiment with Versafine Onyx black ink. I also used my Sakura white gel pen to add more details to the fishes.
I was so nervous creating this background but I absolutely LOVE how this card turned out! The images on both stamp sets can be mixed and matched to create a wonderful scene. Here’s another look:
Doesn’t this card make you want to go snorkeling in the Maldives? That crab wearing the sunglasses is just adorable!
I hope you like my card today! I’d like to take this moment to THANK MFT Stamps for this great opportunity and for keeping us motivated to get out of our comfort zone! Good luck to everyone playing along! The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Happy crafting!