Hello and happy Thursday! Today I´m again sharing another card project over at Elizabeth Craft Designs blog. I wanted to create a masculine card for a change and the Lighthouse die cut die seemed perfect for this purpose.
There is again a full written step-by-step tutorial over at Elizabeth Craft Designs blog, so hop over there for more information. Also, they always love to get feedback, so while there, do leave a comment or two.
Like on my previous posts, there is a start-to-finish video also for this card. Hope you enjoy it!
See you next month with another Elizabeth Craft Designs project. Until then, happy crafting and take card and stay healthy!
Hello everyone and happy July!! Today I´m again up over at the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog with another guest design team card project and tutorial. Here is what I created for this months post:
For this card I used the Planner Essentials die cut dies – I´ve always wanted to use them for cardmaking the moment I saw them. I also added some die cut dies from the Art Journal series as well as some of the ModaScrap ones (still adore them!).
The basic idea of this card was to create a folded card base that withholds a pocket, where one can tuck a gift-card. This particular gift-card was created using the planner dies. The papers are from my older stash (goes all the way back to 2005). But the dies, the stamps and the glitter and adhesives are all by Elizabeth Craft Desings. For steps and more details, do also hop over to the ECD blog to read my full post!
Here is the step-by-step video for you to watch – hope you enjoy it!
This card is very simple to make, once you have all the pieces prepared and it looks very presentative also. A perfect way to send a loved one greetings and a gift-card to say you are thinking about them!
I hope you enjoyed this months tutorial. I´ll be sharing more project here on my blog throughout July and be back at the ECD blog in August again.
By the way, since the papers I used for this card are partly very old and not available anymore, I tried to find you nice alternatives, just see the product links for that.
Hello everyone, I am up over at Elizabeth Craft Designs blog today with a wedding card idea. I wanted to play with red, green and white and create a fun mixed media card and this is what I ended up making.
I´ve recorded a start-to-finish video for you to watch, to give you a better idea of each and every step. Hope you like it!!!
Have fun watching!!!
..annnddd..while you are at it, make MORE CARDS :). These ones are slightly smaller in size, but feature the same elements and techniques.
Now, I´ve used a leaf die on the cards, that is sadly not available at Elizabeth Craft Designs store anymore, but don´t worry, there is another leaf set (Trio of Leaves) that will also do the trick. Just check out the supply list at the end for that.
Also I use a pearlescent watercolour palette on the leaves and flowers, but Elizabeth Craft Desings has a really nice watercolour palette out, that has gorgeous colours in it. So you could use that one for coloring as well.
For more , do read my original post over at Elizabeth Craft Designs blog too :). See you next month with another card idea again!!!
*EDIT* THE WINNER OF THE STAMPLORATIONS GIFT CODE HAS BEEN DRAWN* thank you so much for your lovely comments and hopping along with us!!! The winner of the $10,- GC will be contacted very soon :)!!!
Hello everyone and happy Friday!!! Are you ready for a huge and happy blog hop? This amazing blog hop party was called into life by Catherine Pooler and Alexandra Smith (Hedgehog Hollow) and it has 31 participating companies!! How amazing is that?! There are lots of prizes to be won, giveaways and a ton of fun and joyful inspiration available for you. Are you ready?
So if you have been hopping thru the whole list of bloggers, you have reached me thru Alanna Moses´s blog :). Should you have gotten lost on the way, simply go to Catherine´s or Alexandra´s post – all the bloggers joining in are listed there!!
Here is my project. I created a bright and happy flower card with a sentiment that perfectly fits the #spreadjoynotgerms blog hop motto :).
I´m also happy to be able to give one lucky winner a $10,- gift code for the STAMPlorations store!!! So everyone who leaves a comment to this blog post will be eligible for that draw also (remember to add your email-adress so I can contact you!). I will draw the winner for the $10,- GC for the STAMPlorations store on the 24th of April and contact the winner after that.
Also, to be eligible for the other hop prizes, remember to comment and leave some love on the blogs as you hop along. I would like to know what is your favorite way of spreading joy? All the other prizes from the participating companies are listed on the blog post of Catherine and Alexandra!!
I hope you are all hanging in there in this difficult time and hope that this event brings you some joy and inspiration to your day! Remember, let´s stay home and stay healthy!!
Just for fun and to give you more details on how I created this card, here is a start-to-finish video for you to watch! Hope you enjoy it!
Oh, and while I had the stamps out, I created another #spreadjoynotgerms card:
That´s all from me today. But there are still so many amazing projects to be seen on the other participants blogs. And so many amazing prizes, too!
For example, STAMPlorations is giving away a $25,- gift certificate for their online store on their blog, Beacon Adhesives is giving away a product package and at Brutus Monroe you can win a $50 gift certificate to their store! And these are just the tip of the iceberg here!! Hope you hop along and spread some joy with us!! Have fun and good luck!!
Hello there, I am back with the last set of DIY cards, created with Nuvo Embellishment Mousse and various Tonic Studios products. These were samples for the QVC show on the 30th of May, 2018. The show will feature sets with Tonic Studios product, among other things the German sentiments which I know some of you been wanting to get. So don´t miss the show there!!
But now to the cards – here is the last 4:
The cards 1-3 show the backgrounds I created on this video:
and the 4th card is just something I created extra as I was in the creative mood and wanted to play a little more. It features the same stenciling technique like on the previous cards, just on a pink background. Annnndd…also some bits from the Violin cards, shared earlier on my blog here. And there is also some 7 Dots Studios paper on one of the cards on this set too – just love the combination on gold, silver, pearl and blue!!! And I almost forgot to mention, that the chipboard is again by the lovely Wycinanka :).
If you came to my blog thru this post, then the first two postsare are here and here. Hope you like the video and get inspired to create fun and easy bacgrounds with Nuvo Mousse. Have fun playing!!!