Hello! I’m here today to feature my 10 cards from the July Spellbinders card kit. You can find the kit here (will open in new window) and the process video here (will open in new window). Let me know what your favorite card is!
Card Tutorials & Other Paper Crafting Craziness!
Hello! I’m here today to feature 10 cards from the Spellbinders June card kit. The kit this month is called Super Chill and it is perfect to kick off summer craftiness! If you want to grab this kit, you can find it here (will open in new window). I do have two videos featuring this kit. The unboxing and process video (both will open in new window). Let me know what card(s) is your favorite! ~Alicia
Hello! Today I am featuring some Jane Davenport goodies from Spellbinders. These products were so much fun to work with and very different than what I usually do. Sometimes it is so nice to get out of your comfort zone and try something new! You never know, it may turn into a new obsession.
The first card I made was with the GORGEOUS Tousled Face Die from the Artomology Collection. I made the alcohol ink backgrounds a little bit ago, but thought this orange one would look great with the die cut out of black card stock. That face detail is awesome! I added a couple flowers from my stash to add some interest.
The next card is using a die from the same collection called, Mums the Word. I had another alcohol ink background that was not so bright so I grabbed some pearlescent pink card stock and die cut out the mum to pair with the pink, blue, and purple colors in the background. The mum die has endless possibilities!
Finally I had the Palette Pastel in Birthday Suit from the Making Faces Collection. I LOVE make-up and this palette screamed at me as it has a good selection of skin tones and a pop of color to make up the faces. I paired it with the I Came, I Saw, I Contoured pack of face prints and I LOVE the way it turned out. The pack of faces measure 6″x9″ but as you can see, you can cut them down to fit an A2 size card. Love the soft looks you can create with the palette.
I do have a process video on how I created these cards. If you would like to see, you can click here. Direct links to the products I used are underlined above for easy reference. Just click and a new window will pop up.
Which one is your favorite?
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Let’s get on to some crafty goodness with these wonderful creatures: Our Myths and Legends blog hop begins at the Scrapping for Less blog. There, you will find the complete lineup. AND…make sure you enter the Rafflecopter. You can find the new kit for May on the Subscription page as well as great photographs of the contents of the kit. Make sure to grab yours fast as it may sell out quickly! Thanks for joining us today!
Happy Crafting! P.S. for some fun facts on the elements and origins of the myths and legends of this month’s kit head to the Scrapping for Less blog for some little tidbits about our legendary elements.
Hello! Today I am featuring 5 cards from the Scrapping for Less May card kit. Now if you follow me on YouTube and/or Instagram, you know I just had carpal tunnel release surgery on my right hand. When I agreed to work with the Scrapping for Less kit at the beginning of this year, I didn’t know it would be at the same time of my surgery. That being said instead of making my usual 10 cards, I had to settle for 5, and I made the 5 cards with one hand! This was challenging and interesting to say the least, especially since I am right handed. So, please forgive any crooked cut lines as that is what I had the most trouble with. Otherwise I kept my cards fairly simple and really enjoyed working with the kit.
I do have an unboxing video posted HERE (will open in new window) if you want to check out what comes in the kit. I will have my 5 cards 1 kit video posted soon (if not already by the time you read this) to my YouTube channel, so make sure you head on over there and subscribe so you don’t miss that video and future videos.
Below you will find pictures of the cards I created. Thank you to Scrapping for Less for letting me work with your kit this month. It was a lot of fun and I just love the theme! Hope you all enjoy my cards!
Don’t forget to participate in the blog hop.
NEXT IN THE BLOG HOP: Sladjana (will open in new window)
Collection 1: Nessie
Collection 2: Pretty Little Rainbows
Collection 3: Fairy’s Garden
Collection 4: Gnomie Home
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It’s that time again! Yay! The Spring and Summer Coffee Lover’s Blog Hop is in full swing and I made two types of cards to share with you. I will have all the details and links below if you are interested in participating, but hurry it ends soon! I will also have a video link below too!
Here are a couple cards I made using the Honey Bee Frappe Shake die set. This die set has been out forever and I finally had a chance to play with it and boy was it a lot of fun! My favorite part was adding the whip cream with my snow marker!
Links to all products I used will be in the coordinating video that will be linked below!
This next card I made used more Honey Bee stamps that fit perfectly with this hop! I colored these images using my Prima Colored Pencils. I absolutely love the bold lines in this stamp set. There will be a video coming out soon showing how I made this card. Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel (link below)!
Now for all the details about this awesome blog hop and links to everything!!
—-> Coffee Lovers Blog Hop Post: here (will open in new window)
—-> My video process: here (will open in new window)
Details on blog hop
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Hello crafty peeps! Today I am featuring 10 cards I made using the new Kit of the Month (KOM) for the month of May from Spellbinders. There is a video process of me making the cards that you can find here (will open in new window).
The kit is full of ephemera, pattern paper, cardstock, dies, sequins, stickers, and a stamp set. It is a great kit for your money. If you want to check out the kit and subscribe, you can find this kit here (will open in a new window). It is only available this month at the current subscription rate. If it does return to purchase, it will be at a higher price.
When I was working with this kit I started to realize that it is great if you are needing to create masculine cards. Some of the elements have a rustic feel, yet you can create a feminine card with the beautiful dimensional butterflies. It really is a versatile kit.
I have included pictures of each card I made below. Let me know what you think!
Hello! Today I have the privilege of participating in a blog hop with Finders Keepers and their Puddle Jumper Collection.
I created 3 cards using the collection which I have pictured below. What I love about this collection is that it is great for scrapbookers and card makers. Each of the 12×12 papers are double sided and come with a small and large print to fit your needs.
In addition to the blog hop, there are two prizes up for grabs. All you have to do is leave a comment on each blog in order for a chance to win.
Process video (link) and giveaway details are at the bottom, so scroll on down!
Prizes for the blog hop:
1x $25 gift card for the shop
1x set of Puddle Jumper paper and stickers
Winner will be announced on March 23rd On the Finders Keepers blog/ social media.
In order to be eligible to win, leave a comment on every blog by the end of 3/22 (11:59pm PT).
Finders Keepers social media accounts and web address:
Here are the blog participants
One of my favorite times of year as a card maker is being able to participate in the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop. It’s the same routine each time where I go through my stamp inventory and pull all my coffee stamps I have yet to use. The chosen one this time around was Penny Black’s Saying a Latte. I so love this girl and knew right away what I wanted to do.
Paper piecing was on the brain and I immediately decided that her shirt should be paper pieced with some holiday patterned paper. Once I got started, I thought, hmm well tank tops really don’t go with winter, but maybe she is in her house by the fireplace?? Maybe?? We are going with that!
I colored her with Copic markers after paper piecing her tank top, then used a Lawn Fawn stamp set for the sentiment. The patterned paper I used for the circle and the background paper all come from the same pack. Added some gold enamel dots and called her done!
All information about the blog hop and a link to the video of me making this card are below. Links to products are in the description box of my video. Thanks for stopping by!
FIND THE VIDEO HERE
Details on the blog hop
Blog hop link HERE
When: Friday, November 30, 2018 – Friday, December 7, 2018
Theme: Fall or Winter
Hello friends! Today I am featuring the July 2018 Banana Split Flavor of the Month kit called “Birthday Wishes.” Below you can see the all the products that come in the banana split kit. It is definitely jam packed with goodies to make a ton of cards!
The banana split kit comes with the following: (4 collections, 8 pieces of cardstock, 4 envelopes, and a stamp to accompany each collection) + a small embellishment package for each collection. Added to the Banana Split is an ink medium of some sort; ink cube, Nuvo drops, stickles, marker etc. a sentiment stamp, a die to coordinate with the theme, and an extra embellishment that coordinates with the kit. See? You get a lot!
So here is the first collection. I loved this stamp set so much from Avery Elle and the color scheme of the patterned paper worked great with the foxes.
Here is the card I made with this collection. See what I mean when I say those foxes are adorable?! The only thing I added from my stash was the twine in the background.
Here is the next collection which is a great collection to make masculine cards!
This little card was so much fun to make with the old fashion radio. The musical note ribbon was a lot of fun too!
The third collection was perfect for the girls in your life. I loved coloring the cake from the Sunny Studio stamp set. See that ribbon? That is self adhesive ribbon, so I had to take advantage of that convienence in my card below.
Look at that sweet little cake? I colored it using Copic Markers. See how I used that ribbon? I cut a small panel and trimmed the ribbon to fit, peeled off the backing and stuck it down. Easy peasy and so much fun!
The forth collection and the last collection if you get the Double Dip kit featured this sweet little pineapple stamp and die. However that little pineapple ephemera was calling my name! I HAD to use it!
Look at her face?! The sentiment ephemera is adorable too. Couple pieces of pattern paper and boom you have a card!
If you opt for the banana split kit, you get this extra collection.
For this card I just had to bring back that cake stamp. The stamp set included in this collection is adorable with the party flamingos and will come in handy for future cards! I had to use that cool candle embossing folder too!
I brought in some sparkly purple glitter paper from my stash to die cut out the word “wishes” and added White Blizzard Nuvo Drops to the cake and flames for some extra sparkle. Isn’t that candle embossing folder cool?
Hope you guys enjoyed these cards and found some inspiration. If you are interested in the kit, you may want to grab it before it is gone. Next months kit comes out in less than a week! So stay tuned!
Hey guys! I’m here with Spellbinders for their Cut & Emboss Folders Blog Hop. Spellbinders sent me two lovely folders to play with and these are the projects I came up with.
If you would like to check out the process video as well as find a list of supplies, you can find that HERE!
You can find these lovely cut & embossing folders HERE!
Don’t forget to check out the other participants and details of the blog hop. All info and list of participants are at the bottom of this post.
Below is a card using the Dotted Lace Cut & Emboss folder
Below is a card using the Baroque Filigree Cut & Emboss folder
BLOG HOP & GIVEAWAY DETAILS:
To celebrate this release, Spellbinders is giving away a $50 gift certificate to a lucky winner. Please leave a comment on Spellbinders blog by Sunday, July 29th 11:59 pm EDT for a chance to win. The winner will be announced in the blog hop post the following Monday. Winner is responsible for shipping cost, duties and taxes.