Hello there!! Today is my turn to post over on the My Scrap Chick blog and I have a fun birthday card to share with you. My daughter's friend recently had a birthday and she celebrated with a Quincenara. My daughter was one of her "attendants". I wanted to make a fun and special card for her friend and this is what I came up with -
I used the "Cuppy Cake Treatkins" file and created a shaped card. I enlarged my card quite a bit. It is about 5.5 inches in height. Since our present was the card and some money I wanted the card to be larger ;)
To create my card base I made an offset of my cupcake's base layer and then cut it out two times. The back layer of the card I scored about one inch or so down from the top. I only adhered the top section of the back layer to the front to create the card base (you can see this up in my photograph).
I needed an envelope for my card to fit in so I chose the "Chunkie Square Envie 6.0" and used some coordinating cardstock to make it with. I think this turned out to be such a cute birthday card and it really went together quite quickly. The slowest part was picking out my papers, lol!!
Hello my papercrafting friends!! Just wanted to pop in and share a Valentine's Day project I made recently.
I used the "Mailbox and Postage Stamp Cards" set from My ScrapChick to create this. I enlarged the mailbox a bit more - 120% in my Silhouette studio software. The paper is from a paper pad I bought at Michaels last year. I cut out the word "Love" from one of the postage stamp cards and glued it onto the side. I then coated it with some glitter using my Spectrum Noir glitter clear glitter pen. The box is large enough to hold a small bag of these Reeses peanut butter hearts. I adhered the flag to my box using a heart shaped brad.
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Happy Saturday my fellow crafty friends!! I hope your weekend is off to a great start. It is rainy here today but that is so much safer than the crazy snow and ice storms we had a few weeks ago. I took some time to create in my "craft corner" today and wanted to share a card I made with you BUT first I have an exciting announcement to make -
I am on the My ScrapChick Design Team for 2017!!
I am way beyond excited for this opportunity -
I have always loved the files from My ScrapChick and own so many of them already
and now I get to play with even more!!!
Now to share the card I made with you -
A couple of years ago I signed up for a Kit and Clowder Skin and Hair online class. I must confess I have been a dropout student ;) Life got busy and I didn't keep up with the work. But I did learn a few things along the way - still need some practice with hair. I used my Spectrum Noir Markers and the bullet tips are definitely trickier when it comes to the "flicking" technique.
Surprise!! I'm back :-) I took a little break from blogging and also from crafting the last couple of months. I took some time to recover from a car accident that happened in August. Nothing major thankfully but it did take time to buy a new car (mine was totaled) and I had weekly appointments for chiropractic and massage (I did enjoy these appointments!). We also had to put down our fur baby in September and that was a difficult month or so. My oldest daughter moved out this past July after she got married and then my middle daughter moved out in mid December to be closer to her job. I am down to one kiddo at home now. Lots of changes happened!! I also am not currently on a design team so I don't have any deadlines or specific products to use to spur on my creativity. However I have missed my crafting time and recently took advantage of the snow days here in the Pacific Northwest to pull out some "new to me" stamps and play. I decided to put together a card to enter it into the MFT Sketch Challenge.
I just love these adorable birthday bears!! I challenged myself to work with more of a pastel color scheme. I used my Spectrum Noir Markers to do all of my coloring.
Happy Wednesday to you!! Hope your week is going well and if not, hey - you are halfway to the weekend!! Today is a bittersweet post for me - this is my last post for the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons design team. I have been working with Lisa since September 2012!! I have loved working with her and all of the different DT members these past four years!! For my last post I made a BIG card!!
My card is a 6x6 square card and I just love all things to do with tea even though I am really a coffee drinker. I like to collect tea cups and tea pots and love the idea of having a tea party with friends so I was inspired by this cute set from PPPR - "Tea Time Cutting Files" . I also used a doily from the "Doilies 1 Cutting Files" and then cut it in half and layered it under my teacup.
I hope I have inspired you to be creative today :-) Once again here are the files I used for my card. I absolutley love all of Lisa's images because they always evoke a happy feeling with their fun facial expressions!! Have a great day and thanks for stopping by today!!