Christmas in July | Scrapbook.com


Hello lovelies and welcome back on my blog. Today I have a step by step photo tutorial for you with the new exclusive clear photo-polymer stamp release from Scrapbook.com.

Clearance cardmalking and scrapbooking supplies on Scrapbook.com

Check out the step by step instructions with photos below for this project. You can find the used supplies below the post.




I created two Christmas cards with the Big and Bold Christmas sentiment stamp.




First I heat embossed the Believe sentiment with gold embossing powder on red and teal cardstock. Next I stamped floral watermark with Fresh Florals and Berries stamp set.


I stamped little snowflakes from Holly Jolly Sentiments stamp set and heat embossed them too.



Next I blended the red background with Cardinal Red Hybrid Inkpad then I stamped florals with the same inks from Fresh Florals and Berries stamp set. I repeated the process but for the teal cardstock I used the Deep Sea inkpad.




In the end I adhered the pieces together and added final touches and embellished my card with gold and clear sequins and embellishments.,






Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! If you like my creations let's be friends on Instagram. :)

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Popsicles memory matching game | Sunny Studio Stamps



Hi crafty friends! Today I am showing you my last project as a design team member for Sunny Studio Stamps, I hope you will love it. Because of summer I thought that today I am going to show you a child friendly memory game project, so you can craft together a puzzle game.


My project for today is super easy-peasy. I made a couple of popsicles with the coordinating die of the Perfect Popsicles stamp set and the Surprise Party Paper.


I chose colorful papers and I made stamp layering on a few of them where I used color matching inkpads from Scrapbook.com, so I could create the tone in tone look. I just embellished a few popsicles with another paper from the collection.


To the back of my popsicles I chose a rainbow dotted paper from the Surprise Party Paper pad and adhered it to the back.


I think this project would be soo much fun for every child, and when its done you can play with your own handmade game in the summer. I am extremely thankful for all your sweet and kind comments for this half year, if you want to see my other inspirations feel free to follow me on Instagram too.