Hi everyone! I’ve got a really fun card to share! It’s super CAS and I really love it. I used the colors from the current challenge at Color Throwdown.
I instantly thought of doing a water themed card when I saw the palette. So check it out-
I started by grabbing coordinating colored Distress Ink cubes and laying down some color in a wavy pattern. Then I added the most adorable little ship from Ahoy, Matey by Lawn Fawn. A sentiment stamped in black finished it off.
Hi guys! I have a very classy and sparkly card to share today. I used the current sketch over at MFT as inspiration.
I thought the rectangle frame frame would be perfect for a shaker! So here it is-
I created the frame using two Kat Scrappiness double stitched rectangle dies. I knew I wanted it to be black, but I still wanted to keep the stitching details white. So I cut it from white cardstock and ink blended Black Soot which didn’t get into the stitching lines. Some acetate a foam tape completed the shaker portion. I backed it with some black and white paper from MFT. Some gold and glitzy sequins from KS and diamonds from Honey Bee make for quite the mix. A die cut heart, also from KS, was the perfect stage to show off the HUGS die from MFT cut with glitter paper.
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Hello everyone! I’m back with another card to share with you guys. This time I used a sketch from (CAS)E This Sketch and the center column from the new Tic Tac Toe challenge.
The sketch is perfect for a clean and simple card. But 6 out of the 9 square in the Tic Tac Toe board really caught my eye and I wanted to create a more layered country inspired card this time around. Check it out-
I used my newly newly beloved woodgrain embossing folder on a white cardbase before layering on a twine bow. Then a stitched rectangle layer clear heat embossed with a beautiful butterfly image from Crafter’s Companion was added. Finally, a white heat embossed sentiment finished it off. This is typically not my style of card, but I absolutely love it! Look out for more of this style from me soon!
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Hey guys! I have another card to share with you today! The current cue card at CASology is HOUSE, so I created this fun card featuring a homey sentiment.
DT members Jen and Rachel really influenced the design with the layout and colors. Check it out!
I used some whimsy letters and a house from W+9 to spell out HOME. I trimmed out the word after coloring the house and layered into a kraft cardbase. Some white pen stitching detail finished it off (there’s stitching above the layer but the angle of the picture is hiding it).
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Thank you so much for visiting my blog on today’s 1st Celebration Blog hop for KatScrappiness.com. Today is so exciting! Not only will you be inspired by the designers projects along this hop, there is a lot of fantastic prizes to be won! You should have arrived here from Cheryl’s Blog, but if I am your first stop you will find the full link up list at the end of this post or on Katscrappinessblog.com.
We are so excited to announce the addition of our first ever exclusive clear stamp sets! One that is perfect for interactive papercraft designs and one that is an adorable Giraffe! You will also catch a glimpse of some brand new dies and sequin embellishment mixes that are also exclusives. Check out all of the exclusive products at KatScrapiness.com
I started by creating the shaker portion of my card. I used the Rope Embossed Circle Dies from Kat Scrappiness to create the window to show the brand new Madison Avenue mix and Clear AB Solid Stars Sequins. I added a grass die and a blue sky using Distress Inks. On the grass, I stamped “I move” from the Interactive Card Directions Set using Versifine Onyx Black. Then I added Lola the Giraffe with a brad behind her head so she can swirl around the shaker window. This makes it double the fun and double the interactive cardiness! How awesome is that?! I Copic colored Lola and fussy cut her out. A simple brad attached to the center portion of the car allows her to spin around on the card.
I hope you have been inspired by my project. In order for your chance to win one of the brand new stamp sets or one of the three grand prizes you must comment on all the designers blogs and the Kat Scrappiness blog. That is over 10 chances to win! Winners will announced at 12 noon pst on 6/25/17, you have until 12:00 midnight pst Saturday 6/24/17 to enter!
Next person in the hop is Mona. Hop on over and see what’s next!
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Hey guys! After being out of town for most of last week I was finally able to get back to cardmaking. I have a really cool card to share today featuring some colors from the current challenge at Color Throwdown and the sketch from Fusion Challenge. Check them out-
I think these colors would work awesome for for a masculine card, but this sketch was calling for an intricate image to feature some Copic coloring so here’s what I came up with-
This photo was taken at 3am with my kitchen logging so it’s not the best, but hey/ these challenges end too soon to wait until morning. Anyways, I used an image from Stamping Bella and a die set from MFT. I Copic colored the image and popped up the hidden sentiment with some fun foam. Some sweet scalloped detail is brought to you from a Scalloped Circle Die by Kat Scrappiness. The patterned paper is from Doodlebug. And that’s all there is to this super clean and simple card! Hope you found some inspiration! Have a great day!