Hi crafty friends! I’m popping in to share a thank you card that I created using stamps from Altenew, as well as some Distress Inks.
Of course there’s a how-to video to share. You can watch it below, or over on the Zed Squared Crafts YouTube channel.
Today’s post is going to be short and sweet. I’m in the middle of a big move so I’m still getting settled into my new house. I will be back again soon with lots more card making how-to videos. In the meantime, thank you so much for all your support!
Thanks dropping by! Until next time,
Hi everyone. I hope you’re having a fabulous weekend! Thanks so much for dropping by today.
I’m sharing a whimsical valentine’s day card using stamps from Simon Says Stamp. As always, there is a how to video so you can follow along. You can watch the video below, or over on my YouTube channel.
I wanted to create a special love note that didn’t necessarily require a new stamp set. I love using my stamps all through the year, so this was a perfect excuse to pull out the adorable You are Pawesome stamp set.
That’s it for today. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
Until next time,
Supplies (click any image to view):
Happy Thursday! I hope your week is coming to a beautiful close. Where I live we’ve been getting snow all week. It’s a true winter wonderland and I love it!
For today’s card, love is in the air. I used stamps from Lawn Fawn and a blue colour scheme to create a non-traditional valentine’s day card. I think this one would be great for any guys in your life.
You can watch the how-to video below, or over on my YouTube channel.
I thought the blue went perfectly with the stamp set. I even incorporated some sparkly paper for some extra razzle dazzle. I tend to steer away from anything sparkly when I make more masculine cards, but I think you can get away with a little extra pizzazz on valentine’s day cards.
That’s it for today. Thanks so much for dropping by!
- Ink: Memento, Tuxedo Black; Distress Ink (Blueprint Sketch, Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers);
- Stamps: Lawn Fawn, Whale You Be Mine;
- Dies: Lawn Fawn, Small Stitched Rectangles; Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Rectangles; Mama Elephant, Embellished Tag, Creative Cuts;
- Cardstock: Recollections 110# white; Winsor & Newton Watercolour Marker Pad (6×8); Spectrum Noir, Ultra Smooth Premium, 100# cardstock;
- Colouring: Spectrum Noir Markers (BG2, BG4, BG6, PP3);
- Patterned Paper: American Crafts Pow!, Marine, glitter paper;
- Tools: Fiskars SureCut Trimmer; Martha Stewart Mini Scoring Board; Pick-Me-Up Stick; Precision Tip Applicator Bottle; Cuttlebug;
- Adhesive: Ranger Multi Medium Matte; foam tape; clear foam squares;
- Embellishments: Pretty Pink Posh, 4mm Marshmallow, sequins; Pretty Pink Posh, 6mm Sparkling Clear, sequins; Micron 03 marker;
Until next time,
Welcome! Today is a sad day because it’s the Colour Me Challenge’s final challenge. This week marks challenge #100, so it’s time to wrap up. This week is a monochromatic challenge using sky blue.
I of course have a how-to video to share with you, but before I get to that I’d like to just tell you how the Colour Me challenge brightened my life.
If you’re a regular follower of my blog, or YouTube channel, you’ll know that I’m fairly new to the crafting game. About two years ago, I had been experimenting with cardmaking and wanted to start playing along with the CMCC. The CMCC has always been a place of positivity and support and it gave me enough confidence to spread my wings and participate in other areas of the online cardmaking community. It was also the first ever design team that I contributed to. My experience with the CMCC has inevitably coloured the way I have continued on my cardmaking journey, and I am so grateful for the opportunity to have participated in such a positive voice.
Now, onto my card for this week. As with most monochromatic cards, I like to use the colour sparingly so that it doesn’t overpower the card. You can see how I created my card below, or over on my YouTube channel.
Thank you so much for dropping by this week. I hope to see you playing with us over at the Challenge.
Until next time,
Hi Everyone! Today I’m sharing a winter shaker scene card using stamps from Penny Black.
Of course I have a how-to video to share with you. As well, by popular demand, I’m also going to share a short video showing you how I set up my Silhouette studio file to cut the front panel and frame on my Silhouette Portrait. You can watch both videos below, or over on my YouTube channel.
My Silhouette video is very quick so if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask in the comments or by sending me an e-mail.
That’s it for today! I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
- Ink: Memento, Tuxedo Black; Distress Ink (Seedless Preserves, Blueprint Sketch, Hickory Smoke) ; VersaFine, Onyx Black; Versamark Watermark;
- Stamps: Penny Black, 40-406 Snow Dasher;
- Cardstock: Recollections 110# white;
- Colouring: Spectrum Noir Markers (CG2, DG2, DG3, DG4, TN7, TN8, IG1, IG2, IG4);
- Patterned Paper: Recollections Craft It Vintage Glam 6×6 paper pad;
- Embossing: homemade anti-satic bag; Wow, Clear Gloss;
- Tools: Ranger Mini Blending Tool; Fiskars SureCut Trimmer; Martha Stewart Mini Scoring Board; Precision Tip Applicator Bottle; Silhouette, Portrait; acetate window sheet;
- Adhesive: Be Creative ¼ tape; Permanent glue runner; Ranger Multi Medium Matte; foam tape; tape;
- Embellishments: white Gelly Roll pen; Wink of Stella Glitter Marker (clear); sequins (gold, 4mm and 6mm PPP Sparkling Clear); purple ribbon;
Until next time,