This week’s challenge from the Friday Mashup is to make a weather inspired project with a metal embellishment. It actually rained a little bit here in Southern California, so I had to feature some rain on my card. I found this great raindrop paper in the Moonlight Designer Series Paper stack, and I knew it would be the perfect place to start.
Stamps: Bootiful Occasions
Ink: StazOn Jet Black, Lost Lagoon, Daffodil Delight
Paper: Daffodil Delight, Lost Lagoon, Watercolor Paper, Moonlight Designer Series Paper Stack
Other: Mini Silver Brads, Aqua Painter
For some people this might look like a spring card, but rain means winter here in SoCal. Hopefully we’ll actually get some rain this winter, and start working our way out of these drought conditions.
Make this triangle shaped lantern and learn how easy it is to make your own template. Switch out the vellum for cardstock and turn it into a gift box for teachers, friends, and neighbors or fill it with some treats as a party favor. Either way, it would also look great as a party or holiday table decoration. You can also make it in different sizes. Learn how to make your own heat embossed design, using a mask. Great for class projects, stamp clubs and or camps.
This gorgeous project comes to you designed by Monika Davis. To get the instructions for Monika’s project, just subscribe to November over at Craft Project Central. And if you have a minute, please leave Monika a comment on her project.
There is a great sketch over at Pals Paper Arts this week — nice and clean like I like it, so of course I had to play along.
Have you been wondering what to do with your leftover pieces of the Motley Monsters Designer Series Paper now that Halloween is over? Good news! One of the pieces (with Bermuda Bay on one side and Crushed Curry on the other) is just perfect for Hanukkah cards! I made a quick and easy one with this sketch.
Stamps: Happy Hanukkah
Ink: Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry
Paper: Bermuda Bay, Whisper White, Motley Monsters Designer Series Paper
Other: Banner Framelits, Brights Candy Dots
I used this DSP in another Hanukkah card as well. You can see it here.
Categories: Cards, Hanukkah
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There is a really fun sketch over at Freshly Made Sketches this week. I combined it with the colors from the Colour Me… challenge.
I was thinking fall, but then I noticed my Bootiful Occasions stamp set and realized that these colors would make a great cowboy card, too.
Stamps: Bootiful Occasions, Hardwood
Ink: Soft Suede, Early Espresso, Cajun Craze
Paper: Soft Suede, Early Espresso, Cajun Craze, Very Vanilla
Other: Woodgrain Embossing Folder, Envelope Punch Board
I was thinking this might need some brads or candy dots somewhere, but I couldn’t decide what or where exactly, so I left it alone.
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I’s Tuesday, so you know that Tammy has another great challenge for us over at Nacho Average Challenges. This week we have a fun, Christmasy color challenge.
I knew I wanted to use some of that gorgeous new Cherry Cobbler Sheer Linen ribbon on this card, which looks great with the snowflakes from Endless Wishes.
Stamps: Endless Wishes, Sassy Salutations
Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green, Early Espresso
Paper: Garden Green, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla
Other: Cherry Cobbler 1″ Sheer Linen Ribbon, Early Espresso 1/4″ Cotton Ribbon
I hope that you will come and join us over at Nacho Average Challenges this week. I can’t wait to see what you make with these colors!
Inside this lovely box are six different card designs using the Wonderful Wreath stamps and Framelits. Get a glimpse of the endless possibilities of this truly wonderful wreath set. This makes a wonderful gift or class project and it’s all wrapped up ready to give to someone special!
This lovely project comes to you designed by Amanda Corbet. To get the instructions for Amanda’s project, just subscribe to November over at Craft Project Central. And if you have a minute, please leave Amanda a comment on her project.
Tara has a fun sketch for us over at MDS Monday this week, and she wants us to incorporate a number. (That would be a number sign on the sketch, not a hashtag.)
I absolutely loved the Birthday Basics Designer Series Paper when we had it in real life, and I knew that sheet of numbers would be perfect for this challenge. Fortunately it is available in a digital version!
I used the Timeless Type digital punches for my number 4, so that I could make it as big as I wanted. I hope you will come play along with us this week!
It’s time again for another Stamp Review Crew blog hop! This time we are featuring the Amazing Birthday stamp set, which is available in wood mount or clear mount. You may have just arrived from Dawn Tidd’s Blog, or if you are going backwards from Cindy Beach’s Blog. No worries, even if you are starting here. All of the blogs link in a circle, so you won’t miss a single amazing project. If you get stuck, you can always click the link to the Stamp Review Crew to take you to the master list.
I have made a number of cute cards with this stamp set, so I decided to make a box this time instead, using the Gift Box Punch Board. The finished box is 2.5″ x 2.5″ x 3.25″. This size is great, because it will fit a gift card inside, along with some Hershey Kisses or other small treats. To make it you start with a 9″ x 9″ piece of cardstock, and use Start Line M and Diagonal Line L.
Stamps: Amazing Birthday
Ink: Cherry Cobbler
Paper: Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Under the Tree Specialty Designer Series Paper
Other: Scallop Tag Topper Punch, 1 1/4″ Circle Punch, 1 3/8″ Circle Punch, Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine, Gift Box Punch Board
Here’s a closer look at one of the sides:
And here’s another side:
Thank you for hopping with us today! Your next stop is over at Cindy Beach’s Blog.