Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Mousy Beach

Good Morning!



This card is for House Mouse Monday Challenge anything but square or anything goes! I thought this would be a fun card to do since so many people will be headed to the beach this Memorial Day weekend here on Hilton Head Island.

Hope you have a very blessed day!  
Pam

Hero Arts

Congratulations to Hero Arts who are celebrating their 45th Birthday for making fabulous stamps!

Here are just 2 of my Hero Arts stamps from my stash!

Chirstmas Horn 1989 and Snowy Trees 1992

Happy Birthday HERO ARTS

Friday, May 17, 2019

Princess Cake


Happy Saturday!

I have another birthday card for you today.  I am using one of the dies from our new whimsical release called Princess Cake!

Designer Steps:

 1.  Cut out all of the pieces in white card stock using the Princess Cake die
 2.  Use your favorite makers to color the cake pieces.  I used my Copic Markers

 3.  Assemble the card
 4.  Cut out the oval shape using white card stock and the Nested Stitched Eyelet Oval die.  Pop the cake to the oval
 5.  Using silver glitter card stock and the Princess Cake die cut out the crown and the little circle embellishment.  Glue them to the card as shown
6.  Cut out the Happy Birthday using pink and purple DP and the Happy Birthday die
7.  You can cut out the large scallop easel card using your Circuit or a large 5 inch scallop die.  I used 2 different types of coordinating DP for the background both inside and out.




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Blessings
Pam

Monday, May 13, 2019

Rainbow Birthday!

Good Morning Crafty Friends!

I am continuing to work on my summer birthday cards.  Most of the birthdays fall in June and July so I am trying to stay on top of the special occasions! Today I am using the little rainbow in a shaker card.

Designer Steps:

 1.  Using the Rainbow with Clouds die cut it out on white card stock
 2.  Use your favorite markers and color the rainbow.  I used Copic markers
 3.  Use ink to shade the clouds with blue
 4.  Cut 2 Scallop Stitched Squares in white cards stock.  I used the third from the largest square.  After I cut out Scalloped Square I cut the centers square.  I used the 4th from the largest Double Stitched Square to do that
 5.  Glue clear plastic between the two frame and then glue the rainbow and clouds to the frame
 6.  Add the rhinestones behind the clear window and then pop it up to the card
7.  Using the happy phrase die cut 2 of them out and glue together before gluing it to the card.  Stamp the word Birthday in black the cut out and glue to the card as shown

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Blessings
Pam


Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Birthday Cupcakes

Good Morning Crafty Friends!

I have a ton of birthdays in the summer months so I am getting started.  The Fairytale Birthday die has a number of cute items that are perfect for all different kinds of birthday cards.  The Magical Fairytale dies are still on sale at a big 25% off! Check it out here!

Design Steps:

 1.  Using the Fairytale Birthday die cut out 3 cupcakes using light green, blue, pink and light yellow. Also cut out 3 white squares using the Double Stitched Square die the 4th from the largest
 2.  Assemble the cupcakes and apply Glossy Accents to the icing then add clear glitter
 3.  After the icing is dry add yellow stickles to the flames
 4.  Pop up the cupcakes to the squares
 5.  Use an A2 white card base, a slightly smaller piece of light blue, and  a slightly smaller piece of DP.  Glue the blue to the white card base then glue down the DP.  Cut a strip of light blue card stock 5 1/4 x 3/4 glue it to the center of the card
6.  Use Versa Mark and white embossing powder to create the sentiment.  Pop up the squares to the card front and sentiment as shown
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Blessings
Pam

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Fairytales

Good Morning Friends

I just love all of the Disney princess cartoons and this new release reminds me of all of those special fairytales! If you go to our store right now they are on sale for 25% off!  Please take some time to check them out.

Design Steps:
 1.  Using the Princess Carriage die cut all the pieces out with purple, pink, dark pink and yellow card stock
 2.  Use your favorite ink and add the shading
 3.  Assemble the carriage
 4.  Using the Princess Dress Up die cut out the girl using dark pink, purple, yellow and tan.  Shade the pieces and them assemble them
 5.  Using the Fairytale Princess die cut out the words "fairytales do come true."  I used black fun foam with an adhesive backing.  I took off the waxy paper protecting the sticky surface from each of the words and sprinkled fine gold glitter over the sticky side.  I then burnished the glitter so it would adhere completely
 6.  Use a 4 x 5 1/4 piece of DP and glue the words to the top as shown

 7.  Glue the DP to a A2 black card base
8.  Add a piece of black card stock to the bottom to resemble rolling hills.  Pop dot the Princess and Carriage to the card

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Blessings
Pam