Happy Friday All,
Deborah here sharing a Birthday card I made for this months theme – Female Birthday.
Do you have any special “female” family members or friends you need a Birthday card for within the next few months?? Well the card I am sharing today is a card you can make using any thing you have on hand. As long as you have few sheets of patterned paper, punch, brads or color sprays.
I made this easy card today using a square punch, corner punch and a border punch, and Recollections brads,a couple of DCWV paper stack and a A2 card (pre-embossed) from their card/envelope stack. I also used Prima Bloom Sprays. (All supplies listed below)
For the card I made below I did use a sketch from DCWV blog.
Here is my card:
I sprayed the outside of my card first with my Color Bloom Sprays, set aside to dry.
I punched out 10 squares and used my corner punch on opposite side of the
squares for the odd shape, and layered.
I used the Martha Stewart Daisy Edge punch, wrapped pink twine around 4 times.
Fussy cut the flower, the brown border flag with the
orange sentiment. Used 5 Recollections brads – 1 on flower & 4 on the
Papers – DCWV – Collage Art paper stack; the Celebration paper stack (Happy Birthday sentiment only); DCWV – A2 card/envelope stack (pre-embossed)
Inks – Prima Color Bloom Sprays – Cotton Candy, Soft Teal; Iris
Accessories – Recollections brads- Fall; Martha Stewart – Daisy edge punch; Corner punch;pink twine from stash
Thanks for stopping in to visit us this month. I encourage you to take a look around to collect some inspiring ideas from my teamies for Birthday card ideas and other ideas.
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”.
Hi everyone! I am here to share a very quick project for Crafty Card Gallery blog and this month’s theme is Christmas. I know this is not a card but since I was needing a tag for my journal I thought I would share anyways. 🙂
I started with a 8 1/2″x3″ manilla tag as the base for my tag and then adhered a variety of patterned Christmas cardstock to the base and cut several bits of ric rac, fiber, beading and ribbon and tied to the top of the tag.
I used the Stampendous Jolly Santa stamp and stamped on white cardstock and a variety of patterned cardstock (hat and holly) which I fussy cut all out. The patterned cardstock I adhered to the top of the white Santa cut out. Next I lightly inked Santa’s beard in a tan to give it a vintage look. I used chalk on the face, cheeks and eyes. I glued the image to the tag and then added Stickles to the beard, hat and holly to finish off this quick little project. I hope you enjoyed this and if you have any questions about this tag please let me know.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Saturday is awesome and enjoy creating!
Hi everyone! It’s me, Tonya and I’m here to share a quick card I created. For this month’s challenge we had to come up with a thank you card.
I started with a folded 3″x6″ piece of cardstock as my base and cut a piece of typewriter cardstock slightly smaller than the base of the card.
I dug through my mass collection of scraps and then cut various sizes of cardstock which I adhered to the bottom half of the card. The vintage typewriter is a digital image I found online and can’t remember where I found it. Just do a google/bing search for vintage typewriters and there’s a ton of images out there.
I printed and then fussy cut the the typewriter out, used a little chalk ink to give it an old look. I also cut a slit in the typewriter so I cut add the “Just a note of thanks!”(printed off the computer) in and make it look like it was actually typed out. I finished off the card with two little hand cut banners, button, sequin and a dew drop.
The hardest thing about this card is the fussy cutting. 🙂 If you have any questions please let me know.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Sunday is wonderful and enjoy creating!