Make A Splash!

Hi everyone! I hope you’re having a Fantastic today. I have been playing with Lawn Fawn’s Newest Release and I can’t get enough of it especially the Beary Rainy stamp set. Here is my second card using this stamp set. I had some leftover images so I made a A2 card this time. I will have supplies listed down below for you.

Isn’t it cute??? I had so much fun making this card using Lawn Fawn Beary Rainy Day Stamp Set and Freebie Here For You Stamp Set. I had some of these images stamped and colored up but some I had to stamp and color. So I stamped some images using Catherine Pooler Midnight black ink and colored them in with my copic markers on Hammermill cardstock. I used coordinating dies to cut everything out. Except for the bear from the Freebie Here For You Stamp Set, that stamp was a freebie from Lawn Fawn so I fussy cut that one.

I made my background by ink blending with Catherine Pooler Fiesta Blue ink cube from the party collection. I then cut it out with a A2 stitched rectangle die. Next, I used the Rainy Sky Stencil with Surf Blue Glitz Glitter Gel.

I added my stitched rectangle to a A2 card base and glued on all my images with liquid glue. I stamped a sentiment on white cardstock with Fiesta Blue ink. I cut it out with my paper trimmer making a fishtail banner. I adhered my sentiment with foam tape. I die-cut some clouds from the Pop Up Platform die set and when I glued them onto my panel I used my blue blending brush to give it some color to match. Lastly, I added some sequins from Neat & Tangled-Like Magic. I hope you like this card, it was so much fun to make. Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies:

Lawn Fawn Beary Rainy Day Stamp

Lawn Fawn Beary Rainy Day Die

Lawn Fawn Here For You Stamp Freebie

Lawn Fawn Rainy Sky Stencil

Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Dies

Lawn Fawn Pop Up Platform Die

Simon Says Stamp Surf Blue Glitz Glitter Gel

Catherine Pooler Party Collection Ink Cube Set

Catherine Pooler Midnight ink

Bearly Art Glue

Hammermill cardstock

Neenah Solar White 110lb

Simon Says Stamp Large Blending Brushes

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Berry Special!

Hi everyone! I hope you are doing great today. I have some Berry cards today and I hope you like them. I will have supplies listed down below for you.

Aren’t these strawberry cards cute? I had so much fun making them I adore these mice.

I first started out stamping these mice images from Lawn Fawn Berry Special with Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink onto white cardstock using my misti. I then colored them in with my Copic Markers. After, I cut them out with the coordinating dies.

I then cut out the strawberries, stems, and basket from the Strawberry Patch dies using white cardstock. I ink blended the strawberries, leaves, and basket using Catherine Pooler Party Collection using my Waffle Flower Stencil Mat. I used Rockin Red, Grass Skirt, and Fiesta Blue inks. I glued the berries together with liquid glue. I cut out my panels using the largest stitched rectangle die and Gotta Have Gingham Rainbow Collection 12×12 Paper Pad. I glued my panels to A2 card bases. On this yellow gingham card I cut out a scalloped circle using the Flower Market 6×6 paper pad. I assembled my cards pretty much the same.

I stamped my sentiments with Rockin Red ink using my misti and cut out my sentiments with a paper trimmer. I then added them with foam strips to my panels. Lastly, I added some enamel dots and Lawn Fawn Clear Glaze. I hope you like my cards. I will be linking these cards to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Bright and Cheerful and Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge Food or Drink. Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies:

Lawn Fawn Berry Special Stamp

Lawn Fawn Berry Special Dies

Lawn Fawn Strawberry Patch Dies

Lawn Fawn Clear Glaze

Catherine Pooler Party Collection Ink Cube Bundle

Lawn Fawn Flower Market 6×6 paper pad

Lawn Fawn Scalloped Circle dies

Lawn Fawn Gotta Have Gingham Rainbow Collection Paper Pad 12×12

Simon Says Stamp Large Blending Brushes

Bearly Art Glue

Waffle Flower Stencil Mat

Lawn Fawn Fruit Basket die

Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink

Misti

Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Dies

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Birdie Cards using Paint Strokes

Hi everyone! I hope you are doing well today. I have some Birdie cards today using the New Paint Strokes Stencil from A Colorful Life Designs March Release. I will have supplies listed and a coupon for you down below.

I knew when I saw the Paint Strokes Stencil that they could work as a nest for my birdie. The first thing I did was cut out my birdies with white cardstock. I ink blended them with Vintage Photo distress oxide ink, Black Soot Distress Oxide ink, and Mustard Seed Distress Oxide ink. I glued them together with liquid glue. I added some foam tape under the wings before adhering it to my birds. I used some egg dies from a Easter stamp/die set from Studio Calico. I copic colored the eggs with a BG01 marker. I cut out some white panels with a double stitched rectangle die.

I used the paint strokes stencil and turned it upside down to make my nests with Vintage Photo Distress Oxide ink. I ink blended my panels with Antique Linen Distress Oxide ink. I then used a craft knife and carefully cut a slit in the nests to add my eggs. I placed my panels in my misti and stamped sentiments from Gina K Designs in the same ink colors used. I glued my birds and added some Pops Of Color from Scrapbook.com in Champagne. Lastly, I used a black gelly roll pen for the birdies eyes. I hope you like my cards, they were so much fun to make and so glad to think of other ways to use the stencil. Use my code VonFan10 for 10% off Amazing Stencils at A Colorful Life Designs. Don’t forget about the color challenge going on in the FB group.

I will also be linking these cards to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge-Bright and Cheerful

Supplies:

A Colorful Life Designs March release

A Colorful Life Designs March Master Creator Bundle 20% off

A Colorful Life Designs Paint Strokes Stencil 6×9

Simon Says Stamp Layered Birdie Wafer Die

Simon Says Stamp Large Blending Brushes

Scrapbook.com Pops Of Color Champagne

Gina K Designs Sentiments Enjoyable Greetings Stamp

Bearly Art Glue

Sakura Black Gelly Roll pen

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Shenanigans

Hi everyone. I have a St. Patrick’s Day Card today using a Shamrocks stencil from A Colorful Life Designs previous Release. I will have supplies and a coupon listed down below for you.

I grabbed some Hammermill cardstock and laid my Shamrocks stencil over my cardstock. I started ink blending with Simon Says Lucky Pawsitively Saturated ink and Garden Party Ink from Catherine Pooler. I also ink blended the Linking Lucky Clovers Die with Lucky Pawsitively Saturated ink that I die cut with white cardstock. I flicked some gold metallic paint Splatters from Altenew with a little bit of water and a paintbrush.

I die cut my Shamrocks ink blended cardstock with a A2 stitched rectangle die. I then glued that panel to a A2 card base. I chose just to use two of the linking clovers and just the frame of them before gluing them to my panel. I grabbed some green cardstock from a paper pack and stamped and heat embossed a sentiment from Taylored Expressions Mini Strips Stamp. I used Wow Opaque Bright White embossing powder and Versamark ink to emboss with. I then used the coordinating Asymmetrical die to cut out the sentiment. I added my Strip sentiment with foam strips and added some Heart enamel embellishments from Pink & Main.

I hope you like my card, it was so much fun to make. Use my code VonFan10 for 10% off your purchase at A Colorful Life Designs. I will also be linking up my card to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge-Add Some Green.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies:

A Colorful Life Designs Shamrocks Stencil

Simon Says Stamp CZ Design Linking Lucky Clovers Die

Simon Says Stamp Pawsitively Saturated ink Lucky

Versamark ink

Wow Opaque Bright White Embossing Powder

Bearly Art Glue

Simon Says Stamp Large Blending Brushes

Catherine Pooler Garden Party Ink

Hammermill Cardstock

Altenew Metallic Paint Pan

Taylored Expressions Mini Strips St. Patrick’s Day

Taylored Expressions Asymmetrical Die

LDRS Stitched Rectangle Dies

Spellbinders Aqua Limited Edition Platinum Six Diecutting Machine

Scrapbook.com Cools Paper Pack

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Winter Snowman Cards

Hi Friends, I hope you are doing well today! I have some Winter cards today using the Newest Kit from Simon Says Stamp Warmest Wishes January 2022. This is my first time using this kit and I will enter this project in the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge-Something New. This kit is so much fun with these cute Snowman, stencil, and embossing folder. I will also be entering the Instagram challenge-Embossing Folder. I will have all products linked down below.

I first stamped all my snowman and trees on Hammermill Cardstock with MFT Hybrid Extreme Black ink. I used my Mist Stamping Tool to get a crisp image. I then colored them in with my copic markers and then fussy cut them out. I used Faceted Snowflake embossing folder from the kit with the white Hammermill cardstock. On the one to the left I ink blended with Evergreen Bough Distress Oxide ink with my Pink & Main brush and I used Broken China Distress Oxide ink with my large Blending Brush. I ink blended only certain areas of the embossing folder. On the card on the right, I used the Seafoam Glitz Glitter paste included in the kit applying it with my fingers in certain places. I also ink blended some Evergreen Bough Distress Oxide ink again with the Pink & Main Brush. I added my images some with foam tape and stamped a sentiment on white cardstock with Altenew Obsidian ink and then cut it down with my paper trimmer. I popped up the sentiments with foam tape and added my panels to A2 card bases. I finished these cards with some snowflake embellishments.

On these cards I used the Scattered Snowflakes stencil included in the kit with Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide ink, Broken China Distress Oxide ink, and Evergreen Bough Distress Oxide ink. I cut my panels smaller than A2 and glued them to A2 card bases. I added my images some with liquid glue and the others with foam tape. I added my sentiments and snowflake embellishments. I think they all came out cute, how about you? Thank you for stopping by! I will be back with another crafty project.

Supplies:

Simon Says Stamp January 2022 Kit

Simon Says Stamp Warmest Wishes Stamp Set

Simon Says Stamp Scattered Snowflakes Stencil

Simon Says Stamp Faceted Snowflakes Embossing Folder

Simon Says Stamp Seafoam Glitz Glitter Paste

Altenew Obsidian ink

Trinity Stamps Vanilla Sugar Snowflake Embellishments

Simon Says Stamp Blending Brushes

Pink & Main Mini Blending Brush

Bearly Art Glue

Tim Holtz Tonic Mini Paper Trimmer

Misti Stamping Tool

MFT Extreme Black Hybrid ink

Neenah 110 Cardstock

Evergreen Bough Distress Oxide ink

Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide ink

Broken China Distress Oxide ink

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Pool Cards

Hi everyone! I hope you are having a great week. I have some fun and really cute cards to share with you using Unity Stamps and since there are some Red/ White/ and Blue Challenges I made my cards using this color theme for my Summer Cards. I also plan on mailing these cards (wish me luck) LOL I have been behind on Happy Mail.

Aren’t these cards cute? I love girl images like this. This Stamp image was illustrated by my friend Sandhya Iyer and this stamp set is called Float Away. It’s so fun and when I seen it I knew I had to have it. I first started out making this card. I stamped this rubber stamp into my Mini Misti Stamping Platform. I used Fabriano Coldpress140lb Watercolor paper. I stamped the image with Versafine Clair Nocturne ink and embossed with Hero Arts Clear embossing powder. The Pressure Pal Tool was so helpful for getting my image crisp. I taped down my image onto a wooden board using painters tape to hold it down and painted with my Karin Markers and a Altenew detailed watercolor Brush and water. I painted water around my image for fun. After, I achieved the look I desired I cut my panel with my paper trimmer. I cut out some white cardstock 110lb to use with MFT”s Pool Water Stencil. I used that stencil with Salvaged Patina Distress Ink and a Simon Says stamp Blender Brush. I then cut it out with a Gina Marie Designs Double Stitched A2 Rectangle die. I added foam to the back of my image and glued my image and panel to a A2 card base. I stamped the sentiment with Nocturne ink and cut out my sentiment with a banner die. I added foam partially on the back before adhering it. Lastly, I added some Pinkfresh Studio Glacier Jewels.

, On this card I changed the coloring around and the bating suit design. Everything else is the same except I fussy cut the image this time and added foam to the back before adding it to my ink blended background. The sentiment banner is glued on and more Glacier Jewels added. I hope you have enjoyed my Summer Red/Blue/ and White cards. So much fun to make. Thank you for stopping by!

Products Used in Today’s cards:

Fabriano Coldpress 140lb. Watercolor Paper

PFS Glacier Jewels

MFT Pool Water Stencil

Pressure Pal (Must Have Tool)

Karin Markers

Altenew Detailed Brushes

SSS Blender Brushes

Mini Misti Stamping Tool

Float Away Stamp

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