Cute Interactive Card | Sunny Studio Stamps


Hi crafty friends! Today I am showing you a really easy interactive card with the Fluffy Clouds Dies from Sunny Studio Stamps


I started the card making with ink blending with Shaded Lilac and Spun Sugar Distress Oxide Inks. 


Next I styled the clouds with the stitched edges on the background, and I ran them through my die-cut machine. 


Next I created the rainbow stripes with my Copic Sketch Markers. I used a ruler and I made rainbow stripes with the chisel nib. Used Copics: Y13,RV02, BG01, BG11,BV00. 


Once it was done I stamped and colored the cute stars with the Best Fishes Stamp Set and for some stars I made a clear die-cut too and I adhered clear fishing lines between the papers so when I shake my card it will shake too. When it was done I stamped the sentiments from the Over the rainbow sentiment stamp with black ink to the teal cardstock. 


The next step was the Die-cutting! YAY! I Die-cut 2 parts of the Rainbow sentiment and I adhered a clear fishing line between the Die-cuts then I styled the sentiment. Once it was done, I adhered it to the back side of the front paper, and because of this the sentiment can move. 


When it was done I made 4pc of Fluffy Cloud Die-cut, folded them in half and adhered together and I got a cool 3D cloudie. I repeated the process and I also made "single" clouds too, and added eyes to them with a bubble stamp from the Best Fishes stamp set. 

In the end I put my card together and I can tell you, I really love this soft and cute result. I hope you like this inspiration, have an amazing day, see you next time. :)

SUPPLIES



I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!




SAVE IT


My projects compressed into a photo :) If you like it, save it to your Pinterest board. Thank you!


Deco Foil Transfer Sheet Cards | Therm o web | Heffy Doodle


Hello everyone, It's Mona here and today I am going to show you how fun is mixing and matching with iCraft Deco foil Transfer Sheets in various colors.


This week we teamed up with Heffy Doodle, so for creating the background, I used the iCraft Deco Foil Transfer Gel with the Candy Store Stencil by Heffy Doodle.


For the tutorial check the Thermoweb's blog here and the video tutorial here.


SUPPLIES

I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!

Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #54: Perfect for parties


Hi lovelies I am back again with another DIY project for the 54th Lawn Fawnatics Challenge blog where the task for this challenge is perfect for parties. This time I have cute tags for you with  a coloring video tutorial. :)


I started the cardmaking process with coloring. I stamped and colored the images from Octopi my Heart, So Jelly and Year Six stamp sets with Copic Markers. 





If you like to watch the coloring video tutorial feel free to check my video here or play it below.


When the coloring was done I picked colored cardstocks from the Really Rainbow paper pad in the same color as the colored critters.



I made 8 colored speech bubbles and 8 white speech bubbles with the Open Me coordinating die set. But feel free to create more or less, it's up to you.


In the end I adhered everything together and personalized the cute tags with handwritten names.


Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! I am extremely happy for guesting again at Lawn Fawnatics. See you next time! :) 


SUPPLIES

I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!

SAVE IT


My projects compressed into a photo :) If you like it, save it to your Pinterest board. Thank you!


Sunny Studio Stamps | Fabulous Flamingos


Hi crafty friends! Today I am showing you a cute summer card with the Fabulous Flamingos stamp and die set from Sunny Studio Stamps.


I started the card making with Stamping and coloring. I stamped the images with the Fabulous Flamingos, Seasonal Trees and the Sending Sunshine stamp sets and colored them with my Tombow Markers. After the coloring I ran them through my Die-cut machine with the coordinating dies.


The next step was the scene. I picked a yellow, stripy cardstock from the Summer Splash Paper Pad and splattered on it with black watercolor. When it was done I adhered it to the card base. Next I made a few die-cuts with the Catch a Wave and Woodland Borders dies.


I stamped the sentiment to the top of my card, adhered everything together and a piece of summer to the envelope is ready.


I really love the result I hope you too. Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! See you next time. 

SUPPLIES



I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!


SAVE IT


My projects compressed into a photo :) If you like it, save it to your Pinterest board. Thank you!


Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #54: Perfect for parties


Hello Sweets! I am oooh soo excited! Today I am guesting for the 54th Lawn Fawnatics Challenge blog and the task for this challenge is perfect for parties, so I thought an infinity interactive underwater invitation video tutorial would be great. Aren't these critters cute with sunglasses?


Okay, it's hard to show on a photo how the infinity invitation card works, but I promise, once you watch my video you will see how it works and how you can make it. I hope you will enjoy that too. :)

VIDEO TUTORIAL


In my video I am starting with the tricky card base. I am going to make this card from my leftovers. I made my card from a thicker cardstock but I advice you to try this interactive card first with a lightweight cardstock like a double sided patterned paper, because it’s much more easier for training.


I cut four pieces of 4" by 4" inches from Lawn fawn cardstock named Mermaid and Peacock and when it was done I started the scoring and folding process. First score your cardstock at 2 inches, then turn your paper and score by one, two and three inches. Before I folded the scored lines I cut the paper sides as you can see in the video. Repeat the same process four times and you can put together your infinity invitation, yaay! 


Everybody has small leftovers at home, so I used cute tiny papers from the Really Rainbow Paperpad from Lawn Fawn to embellish the sides. I used these scrap pieces in various sizes. You can embellish the sides in tons of ways.


I made alpha die-cuts with Quinns capital abcs Lawn Cuts and run it through my diecut machine with the amazing dark blue Lawn Fawn paper named Blue Jay. I used lots of lawn fawn stamps to embellish my invitation. You can find the used supplies below the post. 


Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! See you next time! :) 


SUPPLIES

I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!

SAVE IT


My projects compressed into a photo :) If you like it, save it to your Pinterest board. Thank you!


Vest shaped card | Sunny Studio


Hi crafty friends! Today I am showing you a funny card with the Sweater Vest Dies and Breakfast Puns stamp set from Sunny Studio Stamps.


I started the card making with Die-cutting. I made the card front from blue Cardstock and ran it through the Cable Knit Embossing Folder. Next I made the other vest elements from mustard yellow cardstock and adhered them to the right place. 


The next step was stamping and coloring. I stamped the images with the Breakfast Puns stamp set and colored them with my Copic Markers. After the coloring I fussy cut them. 


I styled the colored images on the card, and made "the vest" words with Loopy Letter Dies from the same mustard cardstock. 


I added a white embossed sentiment to the center of my card and added some shiny and sparkly tiny stars and sequins


I really love the result, I hope you too. Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you!


SUPPLIES



I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!


SAVE IT


My projects compressed into a photo :) If you like it, save it to your Pinterest board. Thank you!

Shaker Card | Save the Crafty YouTuber Video hop


Hi everyone! Today I am thrilled to announce that I am part of the Save the Crafty YouTuber video hop! YAAAAY! This hop was initiated by Justine Hovey, and it's about cardmaking video tutorials created by a group of talented crafters of all different styles and levels. We are coming together to give our viewers a chance to discover other amazing cardmakers. I created a super easy quick Lawn Fawn shaker card tutorial for you, I hope you will enjoy it. 


There will be prizes to be won at each stop in the hop, plus you will get the opportunity to discover new crafty channels.

All you have to do is watch, like the videos, consider subscribing and click the link in the video description to hop to the next video. So if you want to win you need to left a comment by the 5th of June. Prizes will be announced on the 10th of June on Justine’s channel and blog. You can find her links in the video description. In your comment you should mention that you are from the US or that you are an INTERNATIONAL. You DO NOT have to comment on every video in the hop but the more you comment, the more chances you have to win a prize.


VIDEO

And now let's see how I made this cute and easy Lawn Fawn shaker card and don't forget, if you want to win or you like my inspiration feel free to comment on my video. And if you hit the subscribe button I will be over the moon. :)


I am starting the cardmaking process with ink blending on a green cardstock with Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Ink. Then I continue the blending process with Shaded Lilac Distress Oxide Ink on a die-cut, what I made with the How You Bean shaker Add-On from Lawn Fawn.


Next I started the coloring and I am going to use my copic markers. I started with Yellow Green and Green Markers. If you go through the coloring twice, you will get better results. If you want to skip the coloring process jump to the indicated time. 


When it was done I put my card together, so I chose a patterned paper from the Really Rainbow and Spiffy Speckles paper packs. I used the stitched scalloped rectangle frames and the park shadowbox add on dies from lawn fawn. And finally my Lawn Fawn shaker card was ready.


Your next stop in the video hop is Lindsey Adreon's video. Remember that the more videos you watch and comment, the higher your chance to win! If you get lost along the way or if you want even more information on the hop, you can visit Justine’s website.


Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed my video and I have inspired you! I wish you happy video hopping and good luck. 

SUPPLIES


I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!

SAVE IT


My projects compressed into a photo :) If you like it, save it to your Pinterest board. Thank you!