Wrap burlap panel with Wheat Diva Twine
Adhere a strip of corrugated paper across the top. of the burlap panel.
Staple a strip of pattern paper across the bottom edge.
Create the angel from white Makin'sⓇ Clay.
Ink with brown ink and adhere to the corrugated paper.
Use molding paste with a stencil to create a pattern on the card.
Adhere the burlap panel to the card.
Emboss the card with a birthday embossing folder.
Cut pattern paper to fit a bitty bag.
Ink the panel and adhere to the bag, then wrap with Gold Metallic Twine.
Adhere the bag to the card.
Create candles from Makin'sⓇ Clay and adhere to the bag.
Use Robin's Nest dew drops for the candle flames
Add Gold Metallic Twine to a large tag and place inside the bag.
Adhere pattern paper to a card.
Stamp and die cut sentiments, adding to center of card.
Create a flourish using Makin'sⓇ Clay.
Paint with glitter paint.
Wrap the flourish with Wheat Diva Twine and adhere to card, overlapping the sentiment.
Adhere 3 flowers around the flourish.
You can create any number of cards using Whisker Graphics twine. Simply mix up the colors and styles of twine.
Hi everyone, I'm on the Bowdabra blog today with a hostess gift decorated with a huge Bowdabra bow. Nothing says summer more than a pail and shovel. If you are heading off to a party, just put some fun goodies inside and take the pail with you for the hostess. She will love it!
Please stop by the Bowdabra blog for details on my project as well as lots of more inspirational projects.
Hi everyone, the Joy Clair design team is participating in the Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop. Joy Clair is a Super Sponsor!!!! Please stop by the Joy Clair blog to see all the amazing projects created for this hop.
I stamped some of the Uh-Oh Ink Splatter images along the bottom of my card in brown ink.
Keeping it simple, I stamped and fussy cut the cup, adding it over the ink splatters with foam adhesives. Then I stamped and die cut enjoy, adhering it slightly over the cup.
Please stop by the Joy Clair blog to see all the amazing projects created for this hop. Be sure to leave comments along the way for your chance to be entered to win a $25.00 gift certificate to the store.
I'm using the Love you Latte stamp set, a fun set with many images and phrases
I created a tag using a coffee stain stencil from Ranger with modeling paste. To add a little color, I spritzed the tag with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist.
I cut out 2 of the cups and colored the center portions. Then added the coffee sized strip across the center.
Please remember to stop by the Sunsational store to see all the designs that are available. And stop by the Sunsational Stamps blog to see how the designers have used these stamps. Be sure to leave comments along the way for a chance to win a prize.
I received a sheet of stickers entitled a Year to Remember, so I thought I'd create a planner for a friend. I chose a spiral bound book, decorating the cover in Rinea Gold/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper that I embossed with a Couture Creations Embossing Folder.
I then created tabs for each month and added the monthly stickers on top.
I applied the tabs to tags, inked them and added them to the planner, splitting the pages evenly for each month.
Then to highlight each month, I used additional stickers which pertained to that month.
I cut apart a Tutti Designs die cut and adhered it on the front cover and added "A year to remember" sticker to the front cover.
The Grungy Flag Background is a perfect size for cards. Simply ink it up and stamp it on white cardstock. Since it is "Grungy", I lightly inked the edged with brown ink. Next I matted it with blue and red cardstock. The phrase is from the Happy Fourth stamp set which I die cut and added to the card.
My next card was stamped a little lighter than the first and more "grungy" looking. The phrase was die cut and added to the card with foam adhesives.
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Hi everyone, have you tried Rinea Foiled Papers yet? I've got 2 very different cards to share today using these amazing foiled papers.
Needing a masculine birthday card, I die cut a border of gears from Ruby/Ruby Star Stuck Foiled Paper.
Rinea Foils cut so easily - even the tiniest of details cuts precisely. Once I die cut the gears, I embossed them, then lightly inked the gears with brown ink.
I used an assortment of 7Gypsies papers, distressing, then matting them with cardstock. I adhered the gears to the left side of the card. A simple birthday sentiment from Joy Clair stamps finished off the card.
For my next card, I embossed kraft cardstock and lightly inked it, adding it to the card. Next, I cut Sapphire/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper and then embossed it to create a focal element. I matted the embossed panel with cardstock then adhered it to a larger panel. Whisker Graphics twine was wrapped around the panels which were then adhered to the card. A torn strip of foiled paper was matted with cardstock and adhered on top.
Using chipboard elements from the Robin's Nest, I inked each with Memento Ink. I cut a hot air balloon from Ruby/Ruby Star Struck Foiled Paper then added it to the hot air balloon basket frame and placed it over the twine.
A pennant was created from cardstock and pattern paper. The chipboard Fly was adhered on top then added to the card on a slight angle.