stamp the images on some Neenah Classic Crest Solar white card stock.
color images in with alcohol markers (or any medium of your choice).
die-cut the image using the coordinating die.
die-cut some birthday-themed pattern paper and adhere on some A2-size, top-folding notecard.
die-cut the Happy Birthday Circle Frame die on some Neenah 100 lb. card stock.
use the circle shaker pouch and add some confetti as the shaker element. Adhere and close the shaker on the card.
adhere the Happy Birthday die-cut on the circle shaker using liquid glue.
finish the card design by adhering the focal image on the card.
I love the simplicity of this fun shaker card. I hope you like this project today and got inspired. Below, you will find links to the supplies used to create this project(s). Where available, I use compensated affiliate links at no extra cost to you. Your support helps me to keep bringing you new projects and inspiration. Thank you for stopping by, and have an amazing day!
adhere the focal image on the card with liquid glue.
finish the card design by stamping the sentiment with black ink.
I hope you like this card today. Below, you will find links to the supplies used to create this project(s). Where available, I use compensated affiliate links at no extra cost to you. Your support helps me to keep bringing you new projects and inspiration. Thank you for stopping by, and have an amazing day!
Prepare the background by ink-blending a panel of Bristol Smooth White Card Stock measuring 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches with Scattered Straw, Cracked Pistachio and Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Inks using small ink blending tools. Adhere this panel on some A2-size notecard.
Die-cut the pink frame using the Layered Balloons Coverplate Die on some 110 lb. Neenah Solar White Card Stock. Adhere this frame on the ink-blended panel with foam adhesive for added dimension.
Use the Laminator and Deco Foil Toner Sheets with Deco Foil Transfer Sheet in Shattered Glass to foil this panel.
Finish the card design by adhering the sentiment on the card.
I hope you like this simple birthday card today. Below, you will find links to the supplies used to create this project(s). Where available, I use compensated affiliate links at no extra cost to you. Your support helps me to keep bringing you new projects and inspiration. Thank you for stopping by, and have an amazing day!
Use some blending brushes and a few dye inks to ink-up the panel. I listed all the inks on the supply list below for ease of reference.
Use the same blending brushes and the same dye inks to add up more color to the front panel. [Designer tip: make sure you are applying the colors gently so that you would have a smooth blend of colors.]
Use some tweezers to remove the masking paper.
Stamp the sentiment on some black card stock with Versamark ink. Sprinkle some white embossing powder and heat-set using the heating tool.
Finish the card design by adhering some Peridot Opal Gems to the card and use some white gel pen to add some stars and dots for added interest and texture.
I hope you like the card today and got inspired. The supplies I used are listed and linked for your convenience. Thanks for stopping by today, and happy stamping!
To make my card, I used a clouds stencil from my collection to ink up some Bristol Smooth white card stock using Worn Lipstick, Mustard Seed and Speckled Egg distress oxide inks. I stamped my image from the Somebunny Stamp set and used my precision snips to fussy-cut the image. I used glossy accents for added texture to the balloon. I set this aside to dry for about half an hour.
Using the new Swirls Stencil and some Black Soot Distress Ink, I used my ink blending tool to add the black dots to frame my image. I LOVE this new stencil so much because it is so versatile and can be used in so many different ways to add details to your paper crafting projects.
Next, I adhered the image on the colored panel with liquid glue.
I finished my card design by stamping the sentiment with some Versafine Onyx black ink. Here’s another look:
I hope you all enjoyed the new release and got inspired by the entire design team. CAS-ual Fridays is giving away a prize bundle. Don’t forget to leave a comment on the CAS-ual Fridays release blog post. Winner will be announced on Saturday, March 13, 2021.
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The supplies I use are listed and linked below. Thanks for stopping by and happy stamping!
I started by stamping the Margarita glass image on some Bristol smooth white card stock with Versamark ink. I sprinkled some white embossing powder and heat-set with my heating tool. I colored the image in using my Zig Clean Real Brush Markers then used the coordinating die to die-cut it out.
For added texture, the background was made by using the Chunky Chevron 6×6 stencil on some Bristol smooth A2-size panel with Worn Lipstick distress oxide ink. I used my distress sprayer to add more depth and texture to the background. I foam-mounted the focal image onto the colored panel and added some white dots to the image using my gel pen.
I adhered my focal panel on some A2-size notecard with my tape runner. I put this panel back to my Misti stamping tool and stamped the sentiment with Versafine Onyx black ink. For more texture, I used some Stardust stickles to add some glittery shine on the “salt”.
I finished my design by adding some iridescent sequins to the background. Here’s another look:
This stamp set is so versatile and definitely a must-have for any stamper, like me! The supplies I use are listed and linked below.
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I am super excited to share today’s blog post! Newton’s Nook Designs turned 7 this month and we are celebrating with an anniversary blog hop! There are 7 (SEVEN) prizes up for grabs so please read through the end of this blog post to find out how you can WIN.
You will also get to order your favorites now with a 20% discount (see coupon code below; offer only valid until midnight of July 20th).
I adhered the colored images on the card with foam and liquid adhesive to make it look more cohesive.
I die-cut the sentiment strip using one of the dies from the Banner Trio die set and stamped the sentiment with Versamark ink. I sprinkled some white embossing powder and heat-set with my Wagner heating tool. I foam mounted this sentiment strip on my card.
To finish my design, I used my white gel pen and drew some lines and dots to the images for added texture. Here’s another look:
Now for the good stuff –>> Celebrate with us and enter to win!
To celebrate 7 years, Newton’s Nook Designs is giving away a $20 store credit to spend in their online shop to 7 lucky winners!
Here’s how to win:
Comment on the NND Design Team blogs (see list below)! The winner will be chosen at random from the collective blog hop 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 Monday, July 20 at 9pm EST to comment.Winners will be announced on NND blog post on Tuesday, July 21 and will need to contact us to claim their prize so make sure you check back to see if you’ve won!
Check out all the awesome Design Team Blogs below to enter:
Hello all! I hope you all had a great week. Happy Saturday! My Canon camera finally gave up on me so while I am waiting for the replacement (it takes 3 to 4 weeks to get to me now since I am overseas), I will be sharing some projects on the blog with you instead.
I started by using the biggest die from the Stitched Card Panels & Windows die set to die cut some Bristol smooth white card stock. I ink-blended this panel with some distress oxide inks with the Trinity Blending Buddy brushes and used my paintbrush and to flick some water on this panel for added texture. I picked the excess water with some paper towel.
I die-cut some Neenah solar white card stock using the windows panel die. I foam-mounted this piece on the ink-blended background for added dimension.
I stamped and colored the images on some Neenah solar white card stock and used my Spectrum Noir Tri-Blend markers to color the images in. Since I didn’t get the coordinating dies, I used my precision snips to fussy-cut the images. I foam mounted them onto the window panel for added dimension.
I love coloring my images with bright colors!
For added texture, I die-cut the stars from the Serious Celebration die set and adhered them on the card with some liquid glue. I adhered the colored panel on an 8 1/2 by 7 inches slimline card base. Here’s a closer look:
In honor of Michele’s son, who turned 21 yesterday the 21% off sale continues today until 6 pm (mountain time) only. You can also use my coupon code below for an additional 15% off so that’s HUGE! Hurry up and order your favorites now!
I started by ink-blending an A2 size panel of Bristol smooth white card stock with some distress oxide inks. I waited for about half an hour for this card panel to dry.
I used my stamping tool and stamped the flower image and the sentiment with Versamark ink. I sprinkled some white embossing powder and heat-set with my heating tool.
I used my white color pencil and Sakura white gel pen to add more texture and details to the flower.
I finished my design by die-cutting the circle Happy Birthday sentiment using a die from my stash and adhered it on the card.
Isn’t that sentiment so funny? I must have done that a couple of times already while I was driving my car, haha!
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