Friday, February 22, 2019

Reveal of the new Flavor of the Month Card Kit | Scrapping for Less

Whip It Up Recipe
5 Cute Image Stamps
4 Adorable sets of Well Coordinated Pattern Papers
3 Embellishments per Mini Collection
2 Dies that are just right
1 Perfectly Coordinated Kit
Mix all together and you will create the most gorgeous and fantastic cards to share with your friends and family that are baking fans!
So hop on through and see what the design team has “whipped up” to inspire you!
All the ingredients for this great recipe can be found over on our Flavor of the Month page!

Flavor of the Month Card Kit

I made all four of my cards using the sketches
plus I decided to make a matching tag. 

Collection 1- Sketch 4

Collection 2- Sketch 1

Collection 3- Sketch 3

Collection 4- Sketch 2

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Saturday, February 16, 2019

Kyleigh’s Birthday Card

Today I have a card I made for the daughter of a good friend. She turned 12 and has recently herself become interested in card making. 

This card took me 2 hours to make because I wanted to make sure it was just right. Plus the coloring took me awhile as I’m a little rusty at coloring. 

All of the supplies used were purchased from Scrapping for Less (unless otherwise noted) and will be listed below. 

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Pink and Green Glitter Cardstock from The Paper Studio (Hobby Lobby)
Pattern Paper from Sunny Studio Stamps
My Favorite Things:  Happy Birthday Die, Stitched Oval Dies, and Mini Cloud Stencil
Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks in Tumbled Glass, Picked Raspberry and Wilted Violet
Gina K Designs Amalgam black ink
Copic Markers
Nuvo Drops in Morning Dew (clear)
Spectrum Noir Clear Sparkle Marker 
White Gelly Roll gel pen
Triple Butterfly punch from Martha Stewart
Pearls and Green adhesive rhinestones from Hobby Lobby
Spellbinders Label 56 Decorative Element Dies

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Doodlebug French Kiss Valentines

Hello, today I’m sharing some Valentines I made for my daughter’s classmates, teachers and paras. 

For the students, I used the Doodlebug French Kiss 6x6 paper pad.  I picked out 8 sheets of papers and cut them into four 2 3/4” acquires which I layered on 3x3” square pieces of coordinating card stock. I cut apart the two sheets in the pad  has twenty 1 1/4” square images and layered those onto 1 1/2” square cardstock. I used my Fiskars cutting blade to cut two slits to thread and hold the pencil. I used foam adhesive to pop up the cut apart image. I then punched two mini hearts and added them with glue dots. Covering the punched hearts in Spectrum Noir Clear Sparkle marker added that last little bit of interest. I made 32 of these. 

For the adults (teachers and paras) I made them Hershey’s Nugget tags. I used 5 more sheets of paper from the same paper pad and cut them using the MFT Treat Tag die. I also cut out solids card stock to use as a backer. I topped off each tag with a coordinating cardstock using the scallop die in the set.   I cut out the front rectangle holes on the pattern paper pieces  using the MFT Nugget Label, Window & Frame die. I then cut out the perforated tear window in the backer pieces. I inserted the Nugget Pouch with three pieces of candy between the two tags and adhered with tape runner. Adding Chunky Doodlebug Twine and a stamped sentiment finished them off. 

All items used were purchased from Scrapping for Less. 
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