Morning everyone! I made this card for my last design team assignment for Gelatins:
Stamps I used (except the sentiment) are from the Fluer de Lis set. It immediately reminded me of some folk art I’ve seen. The stamp set also has some more distressed looking motifs. They are all great for this technique. I also added some Gelly Gems :)
Thanks Gelatins, for having me on your amazing team!
Hello everyone! Popped in to share a quick banner I made for Gelatins:
Embossed the snowflakes on red cardstock, punched out and machine stitched. Alternative: use blue cardstock for a winter theme with the snowflakes.
Are you ready for the fall and winter holidays? :) Happy crafting!
Hello everyone! Popped in to share a quick tag set I made for Gelatins:
I am also entering this for Paper Issues Tag You’re It Challenge.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend! Happy crafting!
Hello crafty friends! Welcome to Gelatins Stamps blog hop and giveaway! If you came from Kim’s blog, you are right on track! If you hopped along, this will be your last stop. You can always start at Gelatins Blog.
My first card is some simple ink and stamping fun with the Flutterby stamp from the new Gelly Jr line. Solid stamps are great for quick and easy cards. I like the little dotted details on this butterfly stamp. The black spots you see in this photo are actually glitters I put on with my fingers. The effect is quite beautiful in real life.
My second project is made using the Traffic Signs set.
Traffic Signs is a clean and graphic set which is great for masculine cards. It has a cool alphabet for spelling out your own sentiments. I counted the letters of my sentiment “what’s up?” and started with the “S” in the middle so my sentiment can stay in the middle. The little apostrophe is actually the dot from the exclamation mark. Easy, right? You can find another card I made using this set here (the Moxie Fab challenge winner)
August 20th 7:00am – 28th 11:59pm PT
Gelatins is providing one prize for each of our blogs, you will need to comment at each blog to enter for the prizes. To make it easier for my readers, you can just leave a comment here or tell me which type of cards is easier for you to make: feminine or masculine? For me, masculine cards seem easier because there is one golden rule: clean and simple :)
There is also a prize that will go to one of Gelatins blog followers (you will need to join through the blog sidebar here).
Our design team leader Jessica will do a random drawing for prizes on August 29th and will post them on the Gelatins blog and Facebook page.
Hello Crafters! Have you been to Gelatins Facebook page lately? Bonnie is having a giveaway a day this month. Check it out here to win the new Gelly Jrs.
I have a little good news myself: I made my very first 12″ x 12″ scrapbook layout last month and submitted it to Creating Keepsakes. And guess what? It is picked for their Jan/Feb 2013 Issue! Wow! I used the leftover scraps for a tag: (Update Sep 2012, lucky me, this tag was accepted for publication as well :) Thank you for looking!)
Flutter By is one of the many awesome designs in the Gelly Jr line. I heat embossed it in white on some vellum and cut it out. Some small pearls I got at Michael’s fit right in the butterfly body.
Thank you for stopping by! Happy Crafting!
Happy Tuesday Crafters! :)
Today I am sharing a mini card set I made using GCD Studios Flower Child Paper and Gelatins Stamps Welcome Springtime.
Images will be back in July 2013. Thanks for stopping by!
Just some patterned paper, a label punch and a butterfly punch plus the square stamps. The finished card size is 3″x3″. They make great just because notecards :) Love me some bright colors for summer :) Very easy to make for giving as a gift too!
Thank you for stopping by. Happy Crafting!
Hello everyone! Nina here with another card made with Gel∙à∙tins Traffic Signs stamp set.
I went with a clean and simple look with the help of a washi taped border and a corner punch :)
Besides the clean and graphic designs, this set also includes a full alphabet with numbers and punctuation marks. The letters are perfectly sized for using as sentiments on cards!
I used a pencil and a ruler to help me stamp the bikes in a line: