Friday, July 22, 2016
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Hi Crafty Friends,
My turn to post for Paper Crafting World.
I decided to use a few new products and techniques on my card.
I started with the Butterfly Fairy CF set. When I imported the file into my Silhouette, I made a few changes. First, I separated the wings from the fairy. Then I duplicated the butterflies so I could stack them and finally I duplicated and flipped the flowers so I would have a longer row. I did not separate the pieces into like-colors because I decided to use everything as a print and cut. I sent everything to my printer and then cut the pieces on the Scan N Cut2 (the SNC really makes cutting printed images easy peasy.)
Once I had all my pieces, I got busy with my Spectrum Noir Sparkle pens and added wonderful glittery shine to almost everything.
I popped up the image on the wings and folded up the butterfly wings for more dimension. I also added a bit of rick rack and lace from my stash. I framed the fairy using Jade Blossom Scallop Dies and added Nuvo Crystal drops all around. A little highlighting with my Prisma Water Color pencils and Tombow blender and I called it finished. It's a little different style and technique for me but I had fun using more of my machines and supplies.
You can find the Butterfly Fairy Cut File Set HERE.
Thanks for taking a look. Be sure to visit the Paper Crafting World store for your cut file, paper piecing and digital stamp needs - so many adorable files to choose from.
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Sunday, July 10, 2016
I used both sides of the Kaiser Craft Sea Grass patterned paper. I placed the Sea Grass paper as a mat on the card base first and then cut out the Jaded Blossom Scallop Oval through both. I printed the sentiment on a piece of vellum and adhered it to the inside. Then I added the die cuts from Jaded Blossom Tropical Dies, some sequins, and the adorable Mermaid Samantha from the Digital Delights by Louby Loo store. I colored her using Copic Markers and added sparkle with my Wink of Stella brush glitter pens.
This gives you a better look at the vellum window. I covered it with a piece of coordinating card stock with the oval cut out so you can't see where I adhered it to the inside cover.
Friday, July 8, 2016
Thursday, July 7, 2016
It's my turn to post for Paper Crafting World.
Our family had a wonderful 4th of July long weekend. We started on Saturday with our small town's Independence Day Parade, then a pool party with friends, topped off with a spectacular fireworks show. On the 4th, we headed to the Delta to share the day and evening with family.
So, what's my point in sharing? Paper Crafting World has the perfect cut files to help create your scrapbook pages to save your memories. For this single page layout, I used Melinda's newest
Pazzles Craft Room EXCLUSIVE files, Stars and Stripes Bear Boy, and Stars & Stripes Always title. Both can be found by searching the Pazzles image library for PCW. These files are on page 5.
I cut these files on my Silhouette using American Crafts and Doodlebug Designs card stock. I inked the bear with Powder Puff chalk ink and added some sparkle to the stars and sparkler using Wink of Stella yellow glitter brush pen.
Please visit the Pazzles Craft Room library and Paper Crafting World for more files to create the pages for your 4th of July memories.
Thanks for stopping by.
Friday, June 24, 2016
I used my Cuttlebug to cut out the Goody Bag and front panel. I colored the image using Prisma water color pencils blended using the Tombow blending pen N00. I also added some Spectrum Noir Clear Sparkle to the balloons and frosting. The sentiment is from Jaded Blossom's Sweet Birthday Wishes set which I stamped and then heat embossed. The twine and sprinkles are from Doodlebug Designs. The patterned paper is from PhotoPlay and is part of the Party Boy set.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Isn't she cute? I colored her using Copic Markers. The mats were cut with stitched rectangles. I added some ribbon and a cute little clothespin that I found at Target.
I hope you'll join in our challenge. You could win a Digital Delights voucher and maybe be asked to join us as a guest design. Just click the Challenge link above.
Thanks for stopping by.
Thursday, June 16, 2016
It's my day to post at Paper Crafting World.
Today I have a cute Father's Day card using the Dinosaur Babies cut file from PCW.
I've used only one of the four dinosaur babies in the set.
In order to have the dad and baby match, using my Silhouette. I copied the image, reversed it and then sized it down to make the baby. I chalked the edges with VersaMark Chalk ink and used dimensionals to pop up the daddy dino. The sentiment is from Jaded Blossom's Father's Day set. The papers are from my stash.
Have a wonderful day. Thanks for stopping by.