It’s Newton’s Nook Designs‘ turn for #STAMPtember collaboration with Simon Says Stamp and this stamp and die set is so adorable! We are showcasing Loads of Thanks stamp set and its coordinating dies. This is limited-edition and is only available for purchase at Simon Says Stamp. Here’s what the set looks like:
I started out by stamping my images on Neenah Solar White card stock with my memento tuxedo black ink and colored my images in with Copic markers. I also used my Sakura white and black glazed pens to add more details to the images. I die-cut the images with the coordinating dies.
I die-cut my Strathmore Watercolor paper using my rectangle dies and created a sunset sky using my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. I wanted to create a cute hillside scene for my little doxies so I decided to use my portrait stitched hillside and landscape stitched hillside backdrop dies. Here’s my card:
I hope you like my card. Please check out all the amazing limited-edition products available during #STAMPtember at www.simonsaysstamp.com. Have an amazing day!
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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.
I am super excited to join the Fall Coffee Lover’s Blog Hop. I love this community and I can’t wait to see everyone’s creations. Thank you, Amy Tsuruta and the rest of the amazing team at Coffee Loving Cardmakers Blog. You guys rock!
For my card today, I used the digital stamp by http://www.jessicalynnoriginal.com. This digital stamp is free for download during this Hop. Isn’t Brentwood adorable?! I didn’t want to create a card with the traditional fall colors, which is why I tried the color combination on the card below.
If you are wondering where to get the amazing sequins that I used for my card, I got them from http://www.katscrappiness.com/?aff=21 Kat has over 200+ (unique) sequins and confetti mixes for every occasion. MY favorites are the Halloween, Fall and Christmas mixes!
I am off to Dubai tomorrow for some much-needed R&R. I hope you all have an amazing weekend! Happy fall everyone!
I am back today to share with you a card that I made as my third and final entry for the MFT Stamps 2016 Card Design Superstar. It has been a wonderful, scary and intimidating experience thus far. As I write this blog post, there are almost 400 entries! Scary, huh?
Today’s card is a simple thank you card for my best friend, who lives in Washington, D.C. I am a little sad that we are not going to be able to spend Thanksgiving together again this year. I made this card to let her know that she means so much to me, and I am grateful to have her in my life!
I started out by stamping the images on Neenah solar white card stock using MFT stamps Black Licorice hybrid ink. I used Copic markers to color the images. Since I didn’t have the coordinating dies, I had to fuzzy cut all of the images using my precision scissors.
For my card scene, I had to think outside the box again to create a larger window for my critters so I decided to use the gift box cover up die. I think it turned out perfectly.
Make this Thanksgiving Blessings Mix and explain to your kids the true meaning of Thanksgiving.
This little treat box contains the following:
Bugles ~ shaped like a Cornucopia or Horn of Plenty, a symbol of our nation’s abundance.
Pretzels ~ arms filed in prayer, a freedom sought by those who founded our country.
Candy Corn ~ sacrifice of the Pilgrims’ first winter; settlers survived on a few kernels of corn a day.
Nuts or Seeds ~ promise of a future harvest, reaped only if seeds are tended with diligence.
Dried Fruit ~ harvest gifts of our bountiful land.
M&Ms ~ the memories of those who came before us to guide us to a blessed future.
Hershey’s Kiss ~ the love of family and friends that sweetens our lives.
This is a very easy card to make but it looks like you’ve made a lot of effort to put it together. I love making cards that is both elegant and unique. I also like the fact that you can mass produce these cards and each one will look different.
(All measurements in “Inches”)
Crumb Cake Card Stock – Item No. 120953
(Size used here on this video is: 5 ½ x 4 1/4)
1st Frame – leftover from Thanksful tablescape Kit
(Size used here is 5 3/8 X 4 1/8) – note: you can use any cardstock that
has an earthy color to go with our Fall theme
2nd Frame – Sweater Weather Designer Series Paper – Item No. 132184
2 Pieces of Silk Leaves (bought from Michael’s or the Dollar Store)
Whisper White Card Stock – Item No. 100730 – for the Happy Thanksgiving Sentiment (using Tags For You Stamp Set – Item No. 131823) punched with our Label Bracket Punch (Item No. 132153) or get it in a bundle that saves you 15%
Early Espresso Embossing Powder – Item No. 128980
Vellum Card Stock – Item No. 101856 – embossed the FallLeaf from the Wonderfall Stamp Set (Item No. 128087) – using Gold Embossing Powder (Item No. 109129
Stampin Dimensionals – 104430
Adhesives to adhere your card
I hope you enjoyed this video. If you have any questions, please feel free to send me a message.. Do some crafting and create some memories. Happy crafting!
I was so excited to join this challenge because I basically had all the card stock that was required. I must admit, however, that this challenge was quite difficult for me because my least favorite color of all time is bright yellow. I decided to use Daffodil Delight as my card base. I had the whole week trying here and there to come up with a good design and it wasn’t easy. So this is what I finally put together. I hope you like the card.
Materials Used for this Card:
Daffodil Delight – 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 (Item No. 119683)
Pumpkin Pie – 5 3/8 x 4 1/8 (Item No. 105117)
Early Espresso – 5 1/4 x 4 (Item No. 119686)
2 Paper Die-cuts from the Thankful Tablescape Kit (Item No. 133463)
2 leaves using Vellum Card Stock (Item No.101856) heat-embossed using
Gold Embossing Powder (Item No. 109129) with the
Magnificent Maple Stamp Set (Item No. 131868)
Early Espresso Classic Stampin Pad – 126974
Pumpkin Pie Classic Stampin Pad – Item No. 126945 (to sponge the leaves
and give it more color)
Wood grain Embossing folder
Antique Brad (Item No. 117273)
Tombow multi-adhesive glue (Item No. 110755)
Best of Autumn Stamp Set for my sentiment (Item No.134390)
Whisper White Card Stock
Gold Embossing Powder (Item No. 109129)
Linen Thread also from the Thankful Tablescape Kit