Month: May 2023

Happy Happy Happy Birthday with Tammy

Hello friends! I’m excited to be back on the blog sharing this fun birthday card! I absolutely love making the sentiment the star; it makes for a unique, custom card that is easy to create! To begin, I stamped the images from Carried Away, colored with Copic markers, and die cut with the Carried Away Dies. Next, I cut and A2 panel of patterned paper and attached it to a white A2 card base. I then cut a panel of white cardstock a bit thinner than the striped paper and adhered it to my card. Using the Happy Birthday...

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(VIDEO) Cake Time with Christy

Hey friends, it’s Christy here with a sweet birthday card featuring the cute critters from Cake Time. To make this more of a Springtime birthday card, I combined it with a couple of the smaller images from Flower Friends. I colored all the images with Copic markers in the color palette of our current challenge, which is a pastel birthday theme. So pretty! I also added in some polka dots to the party hats with a white gel pen. Then I trimmed the images out with the matching dies. For the focal panel, I die cut some Bristol Smooth...

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Playful Typography with Leanne

Hello everyone! I have a very fun card to share today. The main feature on this design is the big colorful sentiment. I have always enjoyed playing around with typography and incorporating into a scene on cards. I think my scrapbooking experience is the influencer here. In fact everything I’ve done on this card could be translated to a scrapbook page design. Here’s a list of all the Hello Bluebird stamps and dies used to create this card: Charlie Alpha dies – die cut letters Park Play stamp set – sun, clouds, flowers, & bee images Word Buddies Woodland...

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Party Parade With Marie

Hello Crafty Friends! It’s Marie back on the blog! Today I’m sharing a birthday card featuring the super cute celebratory critters from the Party Parade Stamp. I’ve paired todays images with the Summer Woods Scene Die to create a wonderful sunset backdrop for a critter party parade in the woods. To start off, I cut my background from bristol smooth cardstock using the Summer Woods Scene Die. I also cut a slimline sized panel from bristol smooth cardstock which will be the base for which my scene dies adhere to. Starting at the top of my slimline panel, I...

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