Somewhere I read this sentiment: “Wine is to women what duct tape is to men. It fixes everything!”. I’m not much of a wine drinker but I say what ever works! This week the theme is “Wine related”. And this one is easy peasy.
Step 1: I used one of Art Impression’s “Oldies” stamps with sentiment. I first stamped on white card stock and then colored it up with Copic Markers. Then using Elizabeth Craft Designs die set, I cut the image out with the 4.25″ square: 1118 – Stitched Squares
Step 2: Create a base card by cutting a 12 x 12′ piece of white card stock in half. Score one half at 6″ and fold over for a tent fold. Cut a 5.75″ square of designer paper and adhere it to the front of the base card. Now adhere the stamped square to the designer square.
Step 3: I used Karen Burniston’s Wine Charms die set and added them to the front of the card as shown. Wine Charms
Inside the card looks like this:
Thanks so much for having a look. Can’t wait to see what you make!
Other Products Used:
Sizzix Big Shot Plus
Elizabeth Craft Designs Clear Double Side Adhesive 10mm
Beacon’ Kids Choice Glue
For the last challenge every year each team member chooses a sketch challenge from the 12 months to make a card for this last of the year challenge. AND, so do you! I chose the August sketch.
I love this digital stamp from The Paper Shelter. It is called “Most Adorable Snowman”. I just love the expression on this snowman’s face.
Step !: Download, size and print the digital stamp. Now color it with the medium of your choice. I colored mine with Copic Markers.
Step 2: Using Elizabeth Craft Designs: 1113 – Stitched Ovals
Cut your colored image out with the second largest oval in the set.
Step 2: Nest the second largest oval inside the largest oval and tape to white cardstock in the nested position and run through your cutting machine to create an oval frame. Do this step 3 times netting out 3 white oval frames.
Step 3: Create a base card by scoring a 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of white cardstock. Trim to 5.5″ x 7″. Adhere a rectangle pc. of designer paper to the front of the base card that measures 5.25″ x 6.75 ” leaving a .25″ margin on all sides.
Step 4: Open the card and position the same second large Oval over the front of the card leaving enough room on the bottom edge for a sentiment. Run through your cutting machine. Now glue one of the white oval frames around the cut oval. Open the card.
Step 5: Center the cut stamped image on the inside of the card so that it exactly matching the position on the front of the card. Adhere to the inside left of the card so that it shows through the front of the card. Adhere a white oval over both the right and left ovals.
Step 6: Add a sentiment. I used Elizabeth Craft Designs “Merry Christmas”. I also added 3 snowflakes and some silver line peel off stickers to complete the sketch.
We hope you will choose one of the sketches and enter this last challenge of the year. And don’t forget to come back on the first Saturday of January to start a new year of Challenges. I think it’s fun to challenge our creativity and see what happens! Here’s one last look at this adorable digital stamp which truly is “The Most Adorable Snowman”!
In honor of “Use less day”, the challenge is to make a one layer card. Yay! Bring out the stamps! I chose this oldie but goodie set from Inky Antics:
The whole time I was making this card, I was thinking about my friend Carlene, that I met on a crafting Facebook page the day they launched it. We knew immediately we thought the same way about a lot of things. We have been emailing each other for years now. One of the things we had in common, is that we both loved and bought several of these stamp sets. They all come with a stamp that you use on Honey Comb paper and then cut out for the inside of the card. In this set, it’s the balloon on the inside. They make a cute card with a little surprise inside and are quick and easy!
In fact, that’s it. You stamp, color and install the surprise inside and you’re done!
Other products used:
Beacons Kids Choice Glue