Month: January 2020

Let’s celebrate in the woods with Anja

Hi everyone, Anja here today with a fun birthday party in the woods. I created a scene using several Stand-Alone Dies and Distress Oxide Inks. First, I die cut the tree frame from brown cardstock with the Winter Woods Overlay Die. The bushes are from the Pond Builder Die set and I used Mowed Lawn, Lucky Clover and Pine Needles to color them. The greenery of the trees was made out of cloud borders using the After The Rain Scene Die and Sunshine Scene Die. I cut them from green cardstock and sponged the edges with Twisted Citron and...

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Little spring scene card with Chris

Hello and happy Monday!  Chris here with you today to share a Spring themed card. We still have winter where I live but Spring will come and so I decided to create a little ‘Spring scene card’ with these adorable guys from Easter Egg Hunt. They still have some time until Easter and so they renovate their home. For this card I used: Easter Egg Hunt  Pond Builder Die Treehouse Scene Die the sentiment from Storybook Friends and the ladder from Merry Mice First, I stamped and colored my images with alcohol markers and fussy cut them. For the...

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Fairy Garden Pop up card with Grace

Hello! I hope you’re having a great day. Today I’m sharing this box card using this lovely set of fairies in a spring scene, I hope you like it. For this Box card I used : -Fairy Garden Stamp -Field Mice Stamp -Garden Friends Stamp -Grassy Knoll Die This box card is easy to make; I used 2 pieces of A2 (4 1/4″ X 51/2) size card stock for the main structure and a couple of extra pieces of 4 3/4″ X 1 1/4″  each, for the grass insert and grass in the front panel. I scored both panels of...

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Silly Birds with Marine

Hello there, Marine here with two cute bird friends enjoying life on a lagoon. To create this lovely scene, I started by cutting all the background elements out of bristol cardstock using the Ocean Scene die. Next I colored the different pieces: for the sky I used dried marigold and worn lipstock ; for the clouds I used scattered straw that I lightly applied at the bottom of the element to get some shadows ; for the lagoon I used evergreen bough and lucky clover ; and finally for the ground I used antique linen and vintage photo. I stamped the images on...

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Enjoy the little things with Franci

Hello there!Franci here with you today, with a cute shaker card featuring the Fly a Kite set! Aww look at this adorable little mouse!! First of all I created my cardbase out of white cardstock and inked the front with Distress Inks on to a custom made cloud stencil.  I cut out a coordinated white panel and die cut a circle out of it, to create my shaker window. I stamped my sentiment from the Spring Banner Script set, used a mix of glitter and sequins as embellishments and closed my shaker card with lots of foam adhesive and a piece...

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