Hello everyone! I’m very excited to share today’s card. I think I outdid myself! I can finally put these products away for a while, knowing that I’ve done my best. We are going to showcase our next release in a couple of days! It will be another whole round of fun! Can’t wait to share with you! I was cleaning my craft table and found a piece of green paper that was left from a card I made earlier (another one of my favorites, click here to see it). And my Rock My World Die Set and Surface- Tag Die – Scallop Add-on were still left on the table from the last project. So I combined them again! I love the funky shapes the rock dies created. You could create a similar flower with an oval die but it wouldn’t have so much character to it. The petals were created from the leftover […]
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Hello everyone! Popped in to share a card I made that was published in Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking magazine June 2014 issue (p. 47)! This card was Top 3 of my favorites for last year. It all started with a scrap piece of pink cardstock that I didn’t want to toss away. I cut a heart with my Silhouette and heat embossed the sentiment from a PTI set in white. Love the sentiment! Thank you for stopping by! Happy Crafting!
Hello everyone! Popped in to share another card I made with Twirly Girly Collection from Chickaniddy for their CHA booth. I basically kept the beautiful flourish design on the patterned paper but emphasized bits and pieces with ready-made brads and a handmade flower! Supplies: TG14OS04 Keepsakes Paper; TG14OS05 Paper Posies Paper; TG14OS08 Itty Bitty Ballerina Paper; TG14EB06 19 Brads; TG14EB07 32 Enamel Hearts; TG14EB04 Tags) I love that there are some solid color paper in the collection that we can make our own embellishments in matching colors! I used my Embellish It – Flower Die and the brads in the collection to make the 3D flower here. The best part about a paper focused card? So quick & easy, and so much fun, right? Thank you for stopping by! Happy Crafting!
Hello everyone! I helped create some card samples for Chickaniddy’s booth at CHA Winter 2014 show. I’m here to share one of the cards I made with the Date Night Collection. Supplies: (DN14OS03 Downtown Paper; DN14EB04 Tags Stickers; DN14EB03 Banners Stickers; DN14EB07 32 Enamel Hearts) I used the diamond shapes on the sticker sheet to make the banner: The buildings were cutout from Downtown Paper and adhered with foam adhesive for dimension: Giveaway Winners Thank you for joining the giveaway here, everyone! Here are the winners! Congratulations, Maeghan and Kailash!! If you can promise that you will keep what’s inside the box between you and me, please email me your snail mail address to claim your prize!! Thank everyone for joining the giveaway! I’m sure new giveaways are coming soon! (Wink!) Thank you for stopping by! Happy Crafting!
Hello everyone! Popped in to share a card I made with Bottle Up stamp and die set from Avery Elle! This is probably my favorite set from Avery Elle ever since Petals & Stems. I thought of many possibilities with this set but I went clean and simple. The bottles were cut from some colored acetate for some fun overlapping effect. The acetate curled up after die cutting, adding a nice dimension. Hope that you like my little twist on the set. Check out what Yainea has for you today here! Thank you for stopping by! Happy Crafting!
Hello everyone! Popped in to share a card I made with the new We Go Together stamp set from Avery Elle. Aren’t those images fun? I love seeing all the takes from my teamies on this set! I don’t color much so I tried a different approach! I enjoyed adding the smiling faces to the things! The thin line is from Texture Tiles: Be Cute Stamp Set. Thank you for stopping by! Don’t forget to check what Yainea has for you today!
Hello everyone! I’m sharing a little tutorial on using paper scraps on Pebbles Blog today and thought it would be fun to share this card I made using the leftovers of the scraps I used for that card. You may notice that the card base is of an odd shape. I can’t draw straight and was too lazy to find my ruler which should be buried somewhere under a pile of paper… I cut my card base to make it look straight. I think it actually added visual interest to the card. I used label scraps and decorative scissors on this card! You can find more step photos on Pebbles Blog! Thank you for stopping by! Happy Crafting!