Hello Kat Scrappiness fans! I have some fun projects for you today showcasing A LOT of products available at the shop.
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For my project today, I am showcasing the Hoppy For you stamp set, along with the Yellow Star Sprinkles, Pink Flower Sprinkles, Wood Grain Frame Die, Stitched Cloud Backdrop die and the Mandala Frame die.
I started out by stamping the images on Spectrum Noir Ulta Smooth Premium White card stock using Spectrum Noir Finesse Alcohol-Proof Black ink. I colored the images in with my Spectrum Noir TriBlend alcohol markers. I die-cut the images using my Scan N Cut machine.
I adhered some Pink Flower Sprinkles on the mommy Kangaroo and layered the baby kangaroo inside the mommy’s pouch with liquid and foam adhesive.
The A2 size panel was die-cut using the Stitched Cloud Backdrop die and ink blended with Bubblegum, Soft Lilac and Butter Ink using some blending brushes and my Clouds stencil die. I know you can hardly see the clouds because of the shaker elements but It’s important to me to have all those details in creating my card. I also die-cut the frame using the Wood Grain Frame Die.
I adhered some acetate sheet and foam adhesive on the Wood Gran Frame Die and added the Yellow Star Sprinkles with Fairy Dust confetti mix for my shaker element.
I die-cut some black card stock using the Stitched Flag die and stamped the sentiment with Versamark ink. I sprinkled white embossing powder and heat-set this with my heating tool. I finished my design by adhering the kangaroo on the front panel. Here’s my card:
I always LOVE making shaker cards and with the new sprinkles and sequin mixes available at the shop, it’s hard not to make them all the time. They are super fun to make! Here’s a closer look:
For my next card, I also used the Mandala Frame die and created a very simple, white-on white card. The “wreath” was die-cut using a die from Hero Arts that I bought from Kat Scrappiness years ago. I layered the flowers I colored earlier with liquid and foam adhesive.
To finish my design, I used my white gel pen to add some interest and texture on the flowers. Here’s a closer look:
I hope you got inspired today. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Have an amazing day and happy crafting!