Hallo Sonnenschein! – Dani Peuss Februar Kit

Hallo ihr Lieben! Ich gestalte diese Art von Schüttelkarten momentan einfach sehr gerne. Hier habe ich wieder eine Acetat-Folie aus meinem Fundus genommen (Altbestand & von Websters Pages). Die Folie hat bereits silberne Sternen drauf, deswegen fand ich sie sehr passend zur Karte.

Das Papier stammt wieder aus dem Februar Dani Peuss Hautpkit und die Streifen haben richtig danach gerufen, bestempelt zu werden, also habe ich diverse Distress Oxide-Töne ausgesucht und mit dem “Handgemacht” (Nr. 1192) Klartext-Stempelset auf die Streifen gestempelt.

Innerhalb des Schüttelfensters habe ich einen Regenbogen und einen Herz versteckt. Die Schüttelteilchen stammen von Tonic Studios (Confetti) und passen von den Farben einfach perfekt dazu. Das hier wird auch eine nette Valentinstagskarte für jemand Besonderen!

Ich hoffe, ich konnte Euch mit der Karte etwas für den Februar Dani Peuss Kit begeistern. Bis bald wieder!
xxx, Sanna

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Schüttelkarten – Dani Peuss

Hallo ihr Lieben und einen wunderschönen Mittwoch!!! Heute möchte ich euch ein paar Schüttelkarten zeigen, die ich mit dem Dani Peuss Dezember Scrapbooking Kit gestaltet habe.

Für die Karten habe ich immer die Kartenrohlinge aus dem Dezember Kit verwendet und immer mit einer Kreis-Stanze die Kreise herausgeschnitten (die übrig gebliebenen Kreise habe ich dann wiederum für meine Weihnachtskugel-Karten verwendet. Hier wird eben nichts weggeworfen ;-). Hier noch die Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitung:

Zuerst habe ich die Simple Stories Sticker-Buchstaben auf einen Kartenrohling aufgeklebt um den Weihnachtswunsch in dem Schüttelfenster zu verstecken.

Danach habe ich in die Kartenrohlinge Kreise gestanzt.

Nach dem die Kreise fertig waren, habe ich Acetan-Folie mit doppelseitigem Klebeband über den Kreis geklebt und danach 3D-Klebestreifen um die Kartenränder herum angebracht.

Danach habe ich auf die Weihnachtssprüche diverse Confetti/Pailletten/Glitter oder Ähnliches gestreut und dann das “Cover” aufgeklebt.

Etwas Nuvo Drops und zusätzliche Dekoration oben auf die Karte angebracht und fertig war alles. Bei einer Karte habe ich den Spruch erst nachträglich ober auf die Karte geklebt. So kann sich die Confetti besser bewegen. Aber beide Varianten funktionieren eigentlich gleich gut.

Hier noch ein paar Nahaufnahmen von den Karten. Die verwendeten Chipboard-Teile sind auch alle aus dem Kit, sowie die Buchstabensticker. Nur die Nuvo-Drops und die Schüttelteilchen stammen aus meinem eigenen Fundus.

Nun bin ich mit meinen Weihnachtskarten fertig und werde wohl keine weiteren mehr heuer zeigen! Ausser die eine besondere, die ich euch erst NACH Weihnachten zeigen kann – denn die muss noch ein wenig geheim bleiben!

Ich wünsche Euch ruhige Weihnachten und ein paar schöne Tage zum Entspannen. Hoffentlich wird 2022 etwas besser werden!!!
xxx, Sanna

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STAMPlorations Clear Sticker reveal, vol. 2

Hello and Happy Saturday!!! How´s your weekend getting along? I hope with lots of fun crafty stuff :). Today, like promised on Thursday, I´ll be sharing my second set of STAMPlorations Clear Sticker projects. The recently launched a new product like at their store: Clear Stickers! And there are reveals of projects created with the new product line featured on their blog, so keep that space in your mind for even more inspiration!!!

My clear sticker projects today feature a set called “Tis the Season” today. So even though it´s summer here now, we have officially started with our Christmas projects already for the upcoming season :). I think I have never been this early with Christmas cards :). So let´s start: For this card I used the “Leaves of Thanks” clear stamp set to create the leaf wreath. I used the masking stamping technique to create the “wreath” and then colored some areas with two tones of Distress Ink and a water tank brush. Next I fussy cut the image.

That took me a while, so I kept everything else very simple by just inking the card background blue and then die cutting a rectangle piece and inking that in a green tone. Next I just adhered the wreat on place, attached a clear sticker to the rectangle piece and adhered that one on place using 3D foam. For finishing touches I added some Nuvo Drops.

I really like this card very much! The theme is Christmas and the colors are quite fresh actually. Might have something to do with the fact that I was creating in May. Have you ever noticed that there are certain colors we tend to go to during certain seasons? I noticed when I took a look at my Insta feed. Spring and summer feature much more brighter colors on my feed than fall and winter. Thus, these are happy, fresh toned Xmas cards today.

For the second card I first inked a piece of white cardstock with light blue Distress Ink tone, then placed a stencil (from my stencil line) on top and added a green toned tree pattern to the background.

Next I took a rectangle die cut die and die cut a piece from the middle. After that I adhered a piece of acetate with a red sticky tape onto the stenciled piece and then created a shaker card with 3D foam pieces. Inside the shaker I then hid the clear sticker sentiment and added some Nuvo Confetti to go with it. The sentiment works so well with the confetti here :). A perfect match!

For decoration I took the Leaves of Thanks clear stamp set and stamped with green ink onto white cardstock. Then I colored the images with a lighter green toned ink and a water tank brush. After fussy cutting the leaves, I created a leaf and flower cluster to the right lower corner and added some glue splats around the shaker window edges. Before they dried up, I poured some loose glitter on top to add a frosty layer to the splats.

For my last card I again took the Leaves of Thanks clear stamp set and stamped a random leaf pattern onto my white card with green ink. I then took the rectangle piece (left over from the previous card) and adhered a sticker sentiment onto it.

Next I attached a red ribbon around the leaf pattern background, then adhered the piece onto the card base and finally adhered the die cut rectangle piece with 3D foam as a focal point to the card.  I really like the Tis The Season clear stickers alot! Here you also get a set of 8 sheets featuring a set of 4 sentiments. So in total you get 32 stickers in a set and have a great starting point for your Christmas cards for the upcoming season!!

Be sure to also check out the Clear Sticker section over at the STAMPlorations store and also see the blog for more inspirational projects around the new clear sticker reveal!!!

ps. if you got interested in puchasing some stickers yourself, do take advantage of my discount code at the STAMPlorations online store! Happy shopping!

Happy crafting,
xxx, Sanna

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A set of stenciled and misted shaker cards

Hello and Happy Wednesday! Now if you know me, you know I love stencils alot! Today I´m sharing a set of stenciled & misted shaker cards with you. I´ve used the Echo Park Paper Shell stencil for misting the card base with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists. Next I´ve die cut the circle with Tonic Studios circle dies and created a shaker window. Before adding the glitter and confetti I stamped a sentiment inside the window for a fun detail.  After that I just finished the card off with some embellishments I had in my stash, faux stitching and a stamped sentiment. On the pink card I repeated the above mentioned steps, but changed the Glimmer Mist tone to Pink Poodle and filled the shaker part with pink confetti and glitter (by Tonic Studios).

For decoration I added again a stamped sentiment (Tim Holtz) and some faux stitching and some very old paper flowers from my stash. These go back to the time when I started scrapbooking!!

And of course I could not stop at two cards, but had to make 3 at once. For this light green toned shaker card I used Aquamarine Glimmer Mist with the stencil and filled the shaker part with green toned confetti and glitter.

For decoration I added some lime green paper roses and a golden paper leaf. I didn´t want to add any faux stitching on this one, as I really liked the soft overall look with the roses and the ribbon.

I had so much fun creating these confetti shaker cards!!! And they are quite easy to make too. The stencil, by the way, is from my The Wild Hare Kits January guest design team kit. I love, love, love using it!!

That´s all from me today, see you soon again with more projects!!!
Happy crafting,
xxx, Sanna

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