This week’s challenge over at Crazy4Challenges was to pick any one of the sketches above from the yr. 2017 for your card layout. It could be any theme or colors. I chose C4C369. Do you see the mistake I made? In my haste to get this done on time I glued the silver flourishes…Read More
Below is the inside of this card: This week’s challenge over at Crazy4Challenges is to color! I just recently bought some digital stamps from The Paper Shelter. This little stamp is called “Snow Angel”and I fell in love with her! This is also a 3D scene card but only 2 layers: The Steps: Step…Read More
Home for the Holidays!Read More
This weeks Sketch Challenge is an easy and fun one. There’s so many images, dies, stamps and even shakers that would be cute in those circles! Since I’m working on Christmas cards, I chose ornaments!
Step 1: Make the 3 ornaments. I used Peel Off Stickers from Elizabeth Craft Designs:
Peel the outlines of the same ornament in all 3 colors and adhere to white cardstock. Then fill in the décor areas with pieces of all 3 colors anyway you like. Now fussy cut out each finished ornament. You can even color these stickers with Copics.
Step 2: Cut a rectangle from black cardstock that measures 4″ x 6″. Using the below embossing folder by Elizabeth Craft Designs called “Sprigs” emboss this rectangle:
Using PanPastel’s 920.5 Silver, apply to the raised pine “Sprigs”. Very lightly, spray these two pcs. with hair spray. Cut this pc. in half creating two rectangles that measure 2.5″ x 5″.
Step 3: Cut a rectangle from white cardstock that measures 2.5″ x 5.5″. Emboss this rectangle using this folder from Sizzix:
The below picture shows the elements of the card:
Step 4: Create the base card by scoring an 8.5″ x 11″ pc. of red cardstock at 5.5″ on the long side. Trim card to 5.5″ x 7″.
Step 5: Assemble the card. Adhere the two embossed black pcs. to the front as shown. Using Silver mat lines peel off stickers from Elizabeth Craft Designs, outline the two black sprig pcs. Apply a Peel Off Glitter Dot from Elizabeth Craft Designs in Black glitter/silver to the corners to cover the seams
.Adhere the white embossed pc. over the two black ones as shown. Outline this pc. this piece with silver/black glitter Peel Off lines. (I actually used the negative strips of silver that sort of looks like a “postage stamp edge”. See above pic.)
Using Dimensional Foam Dots, adhere the Ornaments as shown. Make 3 black/white polka dot organza ribbon bows and hot glue on top of the ornaments.
Thank you so much for taking a look. I love to read your comments and hope that you’ll try this project. We would love it if you take the challenge! We want to see how you interpret this sketch!
Other Products Used:
Michaels Craft Store: Red, white and black cardstock, dimensional foam dots, ribbon
Elizabeth Craft Designs: Clear Double sided adhesive 10mm
Sizzix Big Shot Plus
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This week over at Crazy4Challenges the theme is “Use lots of glitter”. The very first time I went to the big Craft Expo I took a workshop that was called “Make your own Glitter Paper”. I was fascinated with that title. Actually, it turned out to be the class where I first heard…Read More
‘ This weeks challenge over at Crazy4Challenges was to use the ocean or the beach as our inspiration. A while back I found a card that I loved and wanted to make one like it. Here is Beverly Polen’s card: So this was the perfect time to give this a try. I already had very…Read More
Well, coffee and anything chocolate always does the trick for me! Joset Designs for Elizabeth Craft Designs makes the cutest die sets. I have collected them for a while now. I used four of her sets for this card: I always start most projects by cutting out a lot of stuff: The base card measures 5.5″…Read More
A card for Jeanine Over at Crazy 4 Challenges this week our theme is “Monochromatic” like shades of blue, green or in my case, shades of purple. You can accent with white or black. This card was made for the other hairdresser in the salon we work at, Jeanine! Last week, my premier week as…Read More
I was so inspired by one of Susan Tierney Cockburn’s own creations that I went right over to Elizabeth Craft Designs and bought all the stencils, (ones I didn’t have) that were on sale. Which was a fab surprise! The picture below is Susan’s card. Yes, I know mine is pitiful next to hers! But,…Read More