Hello The Rabbit Hole Designs fans! Maria here with you and it’s my day to take over the TRHD blog. For today’s project, I am showcasing the Caffeinated Rabbit and the Perfectly Blended stamp set.
I have a cute and simple card for you today with one of my favorite caffeinated creature.
Here’s how I made the card:
- stamp the rabbit image on smooth white card stock and color the images in with alcohol markers (or any medium of your choice).
- die-cut the image with an electronic die-cutting machine or fussy cut with scissors. I used my Brother Scan N Cut 2.
- cut an A2 size piece of smooth white card stock and use the solar burst stencil and a blending brush with Tattered Rose distress oxide ink and antique linen to add color to the background.
- use the “hello” die to die-cut the word from the background.
- adhere some fun foam to the back of the card stock and adhere this piece onto a chocolate brown card base.
- line up the negative pieces of the die-cut and adhere using liquid glue.
- adhere the bunny on top of the “hello” using liquid glue.
- finish the design by adding the sentiment from the Perfectly Blended stamp set.
Another simple card but I really love how it turned out. If you are looking for further details about my project including supplies used, I would be so grateful if you can stop by my blog today at:
I hope you like my card and got inspired. Have an amazing day and happy crafting!
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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.
I stamped my images with MFT Black Licorice Hybrid ink using the BB Gill Friends stamp set and Beach Buds stamp set. I colored them in with Copic markers and fussy-cut them with my precision scissors. I adhered them onto my card base with liquid adhesive.
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!
MFT Supplies Used:
It is that time of the year again where all card designers get pumped and excited for the 2018 Card Design Superstar contest by MFT Stamps. I am completely bummed since I have just packed up my entire studio and shipped it back to my home in Orlando, FL about a month ago. I kept a few dies and stamps with me to get by, until I get my shipment. Needless to say, most of my MFT stamps are in the shipping container and I am left with 3 stamp sets and a few sentiments. However, that will not stop me from joining the contest! This card entry is for the Clean and Simple Genius category.
I started by stamping my image on some Neenah solar white card stock using MFT Stamps Black Licorice hybrid ink and colored him in with my Copic markers. I fussy-cut this image using my precision-cut scissors.
I die-cut the word “hello” a couple of times with some white card stock using the Hello There Die-namics by MFT stamps. I cut another piece of some white card stock with the Stitched Scallop Basic Edges Die-namics and adhered this piece onto my card base. I also adhered the Hello die-cuts onto my card panel, as well as my colored image.
To finish my design, I stamped the sentiment “A Happy Hello”. Here’s a little close-up:
I love creating Clean and Simple cards! Sometimes less is really more! I love how this card turned out! Here’s one last look:
I hope you like my card today! THANK YOU SO MUCH MFT Stamps for this great opportunity! Good luck to everyone playing along! The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Happy crafting!
MFT Supplies Used:
- A Happy Hello stamp set
- Black Licorice Hybrid Ink
- Hello There Die-namics
- Stitched Scallop Basic Edges Die-namics
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!
I finally made another card for my third and final entry for the 2017 Card Design Superstar. The card that you see below is my entry for the “Coloring Virtuoso” category. I love MFT Stamps and for today’s card, I am showcasing a lot of these stamps and dies that I have been collecting over the years. The products I used will be listed below, and they are all available at www.mftstamps.com.
I started out by stamping my images from the Our Story stamp set, with the Make Yourself At Home stamp set on white card stock with the MFT Stamps Black Licorice Hybrid Ink. I thought these two stamp sets would be the perfect pair to create my card. I colored the images in with my Copic markers. I have always loved coloring with my Copic markers! I die-cut the images with the coordinating dies.
I wanted to give my little girl a nice starry, colorful window background so I used a combination of different inks to blend the colors on smooth white card stock. I used the Die-namics Starry Circle to die-cut the background. I also used the same die to die-cut my card front. I wanted to inlay all of my die-cut elements on the card for my scene. For the “flooring”, I dry-embossed my white card stock and die-cut it using the Die-namics Stitched Basic Edges 2.
Here’s my card:
I hope you like my card. Please visit http://www.mftstamps.com to purchase the supplies I used for the card. Have an amazing day!
BB Our Story Stamp Set
Die-namics BB Our Story
Make Yourself At Home Stamp Set
Die-namics LJD Make Yourself At Home
Die-namics Stitched Basic Edges 2
Die-namics Starry Circle
The MFT 2017 Card Design Superstar is here and I am super excited to participate. The card that you see below is my entry for the “Innovation Master” category. I have always loved MFT Stamps and for today’s card, I am showcasing a lot of these stamps and dies. The products I used will be listed below, and they are all available at www.mftstamps.com.
I started out by stamping my images on white card stock with the MFT Stamps Black Licorice Hybrid Ink and colored the images in with my Copic markers. I thought the new Happy Haunting stamp set would be the perfect pair with the Frightful Friends stamp set (released by MFT Stamps last year). I die-cut the images with the coordinating dies.
I die-cut all of the elements I needed for my scene. For the frame, I used the Die-namics Blueprints No. 32, the Die-namics Stitched Clouds Edges, and the Die-namics Birch Trees.
I die-cut an A2 size Vellum card stock because I wanted to create a see-through scene so that I can also use this card to display on my Halloween mantle. I wanted to use an LED tea-light to give a spooky glow behind Mr. and Mrs. Frankenstein. I love how this card turned out.
Here’s the card without the LED tea-light behind it.
Here’s the card with the LED Tea-Light on! Don’t you just love the moon peaking from behind the clouds and birch trees?
Here’s a close-up of the card with the LED Tea-light. It looks so good on my Halloween mantle display.
I hope you like my card. Please visit http://www.mftstamps.com to purchase the products I have listed below. Have an amazing day!
Happy Haunting Stamp Set
Happy haunting Die-namics
Frightful Friends Stamp Set
Frightful Friends Die-namics
Die-namics Blueprints No. 32
Die-namics Stitched Clouds Edges
Die-namics Birch Trees
Die-namics Hillside Grassy Hills
MFT Stamps Black Licorice Hybrid Ink
The MFT Card Design Superstar is finally here! The card that you see below is my entry for the “Clean and Simple Genius” category.
Sometimes, less is really more! I wanted to create a clean and simple Halloween card with non-traditional Halloween colors. I also like the white pumpkins as fall decor, which is why I colored the pumpkins with light gray Copic markers. I wanted my focal point to be on the little witch and her cat. These images are so adorable!
I started out by stamping my images on Bristol Smooth 110 lb. white card stock using my MFT stamps Black Licorice hybrid ink. I used Copic markers to color my images in and used the coordinating dies to die-cut the images.
For my “subtle” sky scene, I used the clouds stencils with my light blue inkpad, lightly sponging the color on the card stock.
For the frame, I used my MFT Stamps Blueprints No. 32. I also die-cut the birch trees with the Birch Trees dies, also by MFT then lightly colored it with my Copic markers to give it some dimension.
To finish my design, I stamped the sentiment “A Halloween Hello” with my memento fog ink.
Here’s my card:
What do you guys think? I hope you like my clean and simple card. The supplies I used to create the card are listed and linked to the MFT online store. Wish me luck and thank you for stopping by!
BB Witch Way is the Candy Stamp Set
BB Witch Way is the Candy Die-Namics
Birch Trees Die-Namics
Die-Namics Blueprints No. 32
Clouds Stencil – Large
Clouds Mini Edges Stencil
Black Licorice Hybrid Ink
I finally had some down-time this week and was able to play with my Otterly Love You stamp set and dies by MFT Stamps.
I started out by stamping my images on Neenah solar white card stock using my Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink pad. I colored the images in with my Copic markers. I wanted to achieve soft coloring on my Otters and I used my E40 and E41 markers, highlighting their cheeks with R00.
I die-cut my front window frame panel using a die from my stash, and die-cut the blue vellum paper to achieve the look of water.
I used my clouds border die to die-cut the clouds using Inkadinkado masking paper, with my broken china distress ink to achieve the look of clouds on the front panel.
I finished off the design by adding the light blue coral from another stamp set. I hope you like my card today and got inspired. I have also listed and linked the supplies I have used. Have a great weekend!