Posts Tagged ‘stamped’

Boo! Did I Scare You?

Saturday, September 16th, 2017

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I’ve got another video tutorial up on my Youtube channel. This time it’s a cute floating ghost acetate card for Halloween using product from A Muse Studio. Click here to watch it.

-Heather

A Visit From Santa

Friday, September 1st, 2017

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I’ve got another card tutorial over on Youtube with some more new Stampin’ Up Holiday products. Click here to check out this fun Santa Window card.

-Heather

Pink Polka Dot Piggy

Sunday, July 23rd, 2017

Say that three times fast :)

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I’ll show you how to use pattern paper for a paper piecing technique in my lastest card video over on Youtube. Click here to check it out.

-Heather

Sending out an SOS

Friday, June 9th, 2017

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I’ve posted my second project tutorial video over on Youtube. This time it’s a quick and easy nautical themed card using new stamps from the Message in a Bottle set from Stampin’ Up. Click here to watch.

-Heather

My First Time…..

Thursday, June 1st, 2017

Lion front and back card

I’ve tried my hand at a video tutorial! Check out my card project for a cute lion front and back card using new products from Stampin’ Up. Hope you enjoy it, click here to watch.

-Heather

You’re My Hunny Bunny

Sunday, March 30th, 2014

Here’s a cute Easter bunny card tutorial I made recently using stamps from Close to My Heart (large egg), Hero Arts (polka dot) and Some Odd Girl (all others).

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-Cut in half a pink piece of 8 1/2″x11″ cardstock and fold for card base
-Cut a yellow polka-dot pattern paper to 5 1/2″x 1 3/4″ and cut tan cardstock to 5 1/2″ x 1 1/2″, adhere together and tie around with pink plaid ribbon, then adhere to card front

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-On white cardstock stamp bunny, color with grey and pink markers (I used Spectrum Noir), apply snow pen or puffy white paint pen and heat with heat gun, cut out bunny

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-Ink the large solid egg stamp with yellow ink and then press onto an un-inked large polka dot background stamp, this is called a kissing technique and it will transfer the background image onto the solid stamp.

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-Stamp egg onto 2 1/2″x 2 1/2″ white cardstock, stamp grass in green at the bottom, adhere to a 2 3/4″x 2 3/4″ piece of tan cardstock and adhere to card front

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-Adhere bunny using foam tape next to egg

-Stamp words in black on card front

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I hope you enjoyed this quick Easter card tutorial. You can find this card and others of mine for sale over here in my Etsy Shop.

Bad Kitty!

Monday, February 10th, 2014

Kitty Birthday Card

Just wanted to share the birthday card I made for my Mom this year. She has an adorable grey kitty with white “socks” on her legs so they named her Boots, so I used a kitty with a gift stamp from C C Designs and colored it with Spectrum Noir markers to look like Boots. The stamp is actually in a Christmas set but using bright yellow and blue colors instead of red and green it’s a perfect birthday stamp too. I also added the banner stamp from Lawn Fawn.

You Can’t Put the Fire Out in My Heart

Friday, January 24th, 2014

The challenge over at the Lawnscaping blog is to make a card inspired by one of the design team members, I chose Audrey, I love her use of pattern papers, making cute scenes and she uses grass a lot, which I like to do too.

For my card I used the Critters at the Dog Park stamp set from Lawn Fawn, this cute little pooch is in love with the fire hydrant :)

Doggie Valentine Card

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Hearts and Love and Magazines

Thursday, January 9th, 2014

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One of the few remaining magazine devoted completely to rubber stamping is The Stamper’s Sampler. I recently posted a review of their latest Winter issue along with a card inspired by Tim Holtz, who is the featured artist. Click here to read my review over on Craft Gossip, including how to make my Tim inspired Valentine card, this is a great masculine style, perfect to give to the man in your life.

-Heather

BRRRRRR!

Monday, November 25th, 2013

Winter is finally here, it was 17 degrees yesterday when I woke up, brrrr!

Yeti Holiday Card

To get in the mood for this frigid weather I made this adorable, abominable snowman card using stamps from Lawn Fawn.

Here’s how…..

Supplies- Light blue, pale blue, tan and white cardstocks; Lawn Fawn” Yeti” and “Critters in the Snow” (snowflakes) stamp sets; blue and black inks, jute string, alcohol markers, foam tape

- First cut a piece of light blue cardstock in half and fold for the card base

-Next cut a piece of white cardstock to 5 1/4″ x 4″ and cut a pale blue piece to 5″ long and using your scissors cut a wave shape across the top

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- Next trim a tan piece of cardstock to 5″ x 3 3/4″ and randomly stamp snowflakes with blue ink. Tip: Place several clear snowflake stamps onto the same block to make stamping quicker. Next stamp the words in black.

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- Adhere the tan piece of cardstock on top of the white then adhere the blue wave piece, wrap a 24″ piece of hemp string around the bottom, tie in a knot and fray the edges. Adhere this to the cardstock base.

- On white cardstock using black ink stamp the yeti and color with alcohol markers and cut out. Mount him to your card using foam tape.

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Yeti Holiday Card