Hello everyone! I’m back with a new technique video over at Waffle Flower Crafts!
This week I’m sharing a really fun technique which was inspired by dot art or dot painting.
I really enjoyed creating these cards. I found the process very very relaxing and I just love the results! To check out the video and more photos just head on over to Waffle Flower.
Thanks for stopping by and have a spectacular day!!
Hello everyone!! I’ve got another card to share for the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge! It’s an awesome color challenge this week!
I love color challenges and this combo is fantastic! Ok, here’s what I created.
First I cut 1/4 inch strips of aqua and color cardstock. I then adhered all the strips with liquid adhesive to a scrap of white cardstock. Next, using the Smiling Fri-dies, I diecut “thanks” out of my striped paper. I then adhered it my side-folding A2 card base made from grey cardstock. Next, I diecut 4 “thanks” from white card stock and then adhered them together with liquid adhesive.
Once the glue was set I adhered the “thanks” into the negative “thanks” space in the striped section. I then stamped and heat embossed the rest of my sentiment in white on a strip of grey cardstock using the Thanks Stamp Set.
Lastly, I then adhered this strip to my card front using foam tape and then stamped the rest of my sentiment inside my card using grey ink.
I hope you enjoyed and I’ve inspired you to give this challenge a go! Thanks for stopping by, have a spectacular day!
Hello everyone! I’m over at Waffle Flower Crafts with a new technique video. This week I’m playing with pom-poms!!
Pom-poms are a really popular trend in clothing right now and I just couldn’t resist incorporating some in my cards!
To get all the details on how I created these 4 cards please head on over to Waffle Flower and check out my video. 😁
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Hello everyone!! Just popping in to share that I have a new technique video up over at Waffle Flower Crafts!
This week I’m creating faux laser cut panel using Waffle Flower’s coordinating stamps and dies. I also demonstrate this technique with intricate dies as well. In fact I had so much fun with this technique I made 5 cards!
I hope you get a chance to check out all my cards and my video over at Waffle Flower.
Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you have an amazing day!
Hello everyone! I’m here with a new card for CAS-ual Fridays new challenge!! Get out your hoard of patterned papers, come I know you got pads upon pads, and use them in a this week’s challenge.
I always struggle with incorporating pattern paper even those I love each sheet I own. This time I played it safe and went with stripes.
First, I trimmed my sheet of patterned paper to 7 x 4.5. Then I adhered it to an sheet of craft foam and then adhered it to a 5 x 7 white card base. I then stamped and white embossed the largest flower from the Wonderful Words Stamp Set on vellum. After I heat set the flowers I fussy cut th out and then adhered them onto my card.
I then stamped and white embossed a sentiment from the Pretty Posies Stamp Set on a strip of black cardstock and adhered it onto my card front. Next, I diecut “smile” using the Smiling Fri-Dies out of white cardstock and white craft foam. Lastly, I adhered them together and then adhered it to the card front.
I hope you enjoyed and I possibly inspired you to dig into your stash of pattern paper and give this challenge a go!!
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Hello everyone! I hope you all had a lovely long weekend! I’m over at Waffle Flower Crafts today with a new technique video.
This week I’m playing around with a super fun Jennifer McGuire technique called color lifting. I combined it with two of the gorgeous Flora cat sets, Flora Cat Meow and Flora Cat Play. Hope you get a chance to check it out. 😉
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hello everyone!! I apologize for being MIA for the last week and being late on this post for CAS-ual Friday’s Challenge #174. I just got back from a family vacation which consumed most of my time and focus and I fell a little behind. But I’m back and ready for some crafty action! 😉
The new theme this challenge a sketch!
And here’s my creation!
To create this card, first I stamped one of the flowers from the Wallflower Stamp Set in yellow ink in the center of a 4.75 x 6.75 panel of white cardstock. I then rotated the stamp 45 degrees and stamped it again. Next, I rotated it another 45 degrees and stamped it again without reinking it so it stamped alittle lighter. I then rotated it and stamped it one more time, again without reinking, to complete my first flower.
I repeated this process 8 more times in a rainbow of colors to make a 3×3 grid like the sketch and then adhered my panel to a 5×7 card base. I then stamped and white embossed a sentiment from the Wallflower Stamp Set on a strip of black and then adhered my sentiment strip to my card with foam tape.
I hope you enjoyed! Thanks for stopping by!!