I’m Christina, from the Crafty Card Gallery Design Team. Today I’m going to share a card I created for this months challenge. The theme is – Flowers –
My inspiration came from one of my talented crafty friends, Emma Williams.
Here is my adorable card….
Supplies used: Tim Holtz watercolour card stock/distress inks – gathered twigs/tumbled glass/pumice stone/water brush/Stampers Anonymous – Crazy Birds/Flower Garden/black archival ink/heat tool/neo colors 2 – turquoise blue/light blue/vermillion/distress crayons – walnut stain/spiced marmalade/picked raspberry/twisted citron/scissors/cheese cloth/3 in 1 glue/
Getting CraZy with the Flowers
Notice how colourful the flowers are – I used Tim Holtz distress crayons. They blend and react well with water. It’s a beautiful thing.
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This is Deborah from the Crafty Cards Gallery Design Team. Hope you all are having a great day.
Today I am sharing a little 3 x 3 mini album. Who here likes Heartfelt Creations??
Well if you’re like me, I bit you absolutely adore the latest release, “Sugar Hallow”. I couldn’t resist but to make something from this paper collection when I heard this months
New Challenge Theme: Try Something New.
I hope you like my project and get a chance to try creating this little mini. It is so cute and makes a wonderful little gift for grandma’s, aunts, or for yourself as a little pocket album.
Here is the paper pad –
Here is my project and supplies –
For the front of the book I did fussy cutting (did a lot of fussy cutting throughout)
on the tag and owl from the collection.
The little flowers were sent to me by a friend and I thought would look
pretty on the tree.
I inked around the paper edges with Momento ink – Lilac Posies.
Here is the mini album opened
This is the first page fussy cut the tags and added a corner pocket to hold the tag.
I embossed the corner pocket with Anna Griffith – April Garden emboss folder.
Fussy the corner flower piece and the little owls on top of the next page.
I just love those little owls. 😀
Fussy cut a corner piece to hold the little tag.
A corner piece to hold the little owl ticket.
Fussy cut the flowers and placed as corner photo pieces.
Fussy cut this cute little owl with the pink flowers.
Only the bottom of the flowers are glued down, so you can
stick a photo behind this little owl.
Added this little tag piece with pop-dots for a picture or to journal. I also layered
him so he is mounted with a pop-dot.
This back piece with the owls sitting on a fence is fussy cut from a tag.
I adhered it as an inside pocket for a photo or tag.
Here are the tags that fit inside the page pockets. They measure 2 1/4 x 3 1/2.
I used spellbinders Devine Floral Die for the tops of the tags and sprayed
with Color Bloom Cotton Candy.
This is back of the mini.
Now that you’ve seen this little mini, please head over to YouTube to get step by step instructions – By TracysTreasures24 – 3×3 mini book from one 12×12 paper; placed the link below.
Thank you for joining me today. I hope you all liked this little mini and get a chance to “Try It”.
I’m Christina, from the Crafty Card Gallery Design Team.
This months challenge theme is: Try Something NEW
I’ve been curious to try out the Fabre – Castell Gelatos, (double scoop). They come in a variety of colours and fun to play with.
When I received them in the mail – I was so excited and couldn’t wait to use them! These Gelatos remind me of those flavoured “lip-smackers”, growing up.
I decided to create a mixed media piece using a white panel canvas and Gelatos.
I just LOVE playing around with these “yummy” crayons. You can use them with several mediums to achieve the look you want. My favourite is the Glass bead glitter gel, when it dries it’s sparkly. Notice how the saying is popped out a bit, I used tissue paper, stamp and gel medium over the canvas.
Supplies: 5×7 white canvas panel/gesso/gelatos – Red Cherry, Metallic Melon, Mango, Lemon, Blueberry, Raspberry, Champagne, Black Licorice/stencil – circles/Fabre Castell Glass Bead Glitter Gel/gel medium/tools – palette knife, sponge/tissue paper/Ranger Archival ink – Black/a variety of stamps/saying – Stampers Anonymous Classics #11/Fabre Castell Pitt Pens – Sky Blue/Black-medium & fine/paint pens – White-bold & fine/paint brush
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Today I’m sharing with you our current challenge for this month with the The Crafty Card Gallery
design team. For this challenge our theme is trees
Here is my design:
For this challenge I made this gate fold card with a tree. I really like this card as it reminds me of a tree of life. I added small pearl embellishments to the flower blossoms on the tree and finished with a bow. More details about this card can be found on my blog here.
Thank you, for joining me!
I’m Christina, from the Crafty Card Gallery Design Team – here to share with you a card I created for this months challenge. Theme: Flowers
I chose to do a collaged card using a Paris themed stamp. I kept it simple, with a splash of color added to it.
I just love how the flowers cascade over the Eiffel Tower. I decided to pop them up and add glossy accents to give them dimension.
I’m Christina from the Crafty Card Gallery Design Team here to share a birthday card I created for this months challenge.
What I like most about this cupcake stamp is, you can do so many different things with it, like change the colour of icing, layering the cupcake for dimension.
The possibilities are endless.
Thanks for stopping by and happy creating!