The benefits of the Cuttlebug and the Big Shot.
I have been continuing through the challenge and here are this week's updates.
This was created by using some patterned paper, my nesting circle dies, a hello die, and a Stampin' Up stamp. I colored the image using Copics and then drew a "back" of the image with a Copic Multiliner.
I made this card with a coordinating Stamp and Die set from Stampin' Up. I used a piece of acetate for "glass" in the window, I colored the images in Copics and did the background with Distress Ink.
Tomorrow I will be featuring the Chiffon Collection from QuickQoutes, I'll be showing how to make a Box Card. Happy Crafting!
So my husband agreed that it would be a good idea to convert the closet in the craft room into extra craft storage. Yesssssss! Here is how it went down.
First I removed the doors.
Then clearing out the stuff!
Then adding the shelves.
Now the fun part, adding supplies.
I am beyond happy with the results!! I can see and access all of my supplies now and I'll probably add a little wall storage soon, but the bulk of the work is done! The final thing I need to do is to mount a curtain rod and put a drape across the door so I can "close" it when it's not in use. This could work in any smaller closet, it took me about 2 hours to do, I bought that shelf at the home improvement store for $24.99. Let me know if you have any questions, happy crafting!!!
I recently found out someone I know was battling a serious illness and they beat it. I immediately wanted to make them an extra special card, here it is! Start by cutting a 4 x 5.25 inch piece of card stock
and another at 4.25 x 5.5 inches.
Then cut a shape from the smaller block and a circle smaller than the shape you chose out of the larger block.
Then mark the front of your notecard base and cut out the same circle.
Also mark the inside of the card to line up with the opening.
Cut a piece of acetate the same size as the 4 x 5.25 block and attach it.
Cut a piece of craft foam to 4 x 5.25 and cut a bigger circle out of it.
Attach the foam to the smaller block.
I decided to stamp a small flower on the front and added some rain stones.
Attach another small piece of acetate behind the circle opening on the bigger block.
Next, pick out what you want to put inside of your shaker and attach the layers.
Now attach the front to the card base and line up the circle cut outs.
Now you can stamp your sentiment where it will be visible through the front.
I hope this inspires you to make a card and brighten someone's day! Happy crafting! !!
My favorite thing to do right now! I have been making cards like crazy and using markers and stamps. These are the cards I've made in the past week.
This was done with Copic markers, distress ink, and then matted.
This used a stencil I created with my Cricut, Copic markers, distress ink, some miniature gears, and then it was layered.
This used Copic markers, a die, an embossing folder, and a white gel pen.
This used distress ink, Copic markers, the fuse tool, and a Wink of Stella Pen.
I'll be posting a few videos for how to make these cards soon. Until then, Happy Crafting!