[VIDEO] Twist and Sprout Card with Coloring

Hello crafty friends, I am back with an another coloring video tutorial. Today I am going to show you how to create these Linzer biscuits with dies and alcohol markers. I encourage you to try it! It's much more easier then it looks like! You can find the video here. As always you can find the used supplies below the post.


For this project I am going to use various stamps and dies from Heffy Doodle. I have linked all the used supplies below the post. I stamped the image to a Neenah Solar White cardstock. I wanted to achieve a softer look for the stamping, so instead of a black inkpad, I have used one of my favorite brown inkpads, called Gingerbread, which is Copic and Spectrum Noir marker friendly as well. Just don’t forget to add a quick heat set before the coloring.


For the coloring I have used Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers, but you can make it with any other markers as well. For the coloring and the full process be sure to check out the video tutorial here. Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers Used: AG2, AG3, AG4, BT2, BT5, CG2, DG1, FS9, LG4, Blender. 


Once the coloring was done, I added highlight’s with white pencil and white pigment pen. After the highlighting, I stamped these cute faces from the Pasta La Vista stamp set by Heffy Doodle with Leather Brown Inkpad, then I run them through my mini die-cut machine with their coordinating dies.


I also die-cut my own sentiment with stitched alphabetter dies from Hint Of Mint cardstock. Once the die-cutting was done, I just put all the letters to a masking tape, and made a quick inkblending on them with moved Lawn distress and distress oxide inks. Next I put all the parts together, the colored images and the sentiment as well. As you can see, I have also created and colored some additional small Heffy images for embellishing the card.


Be sure to check the video for the full tutorial with the extra tips and tricks. As always, you can find the used supplies below the post, and if you have any questions feel free to ask in a comment. Thank you so much for joining me, see you next time, have an amazing day, Mona


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[Freebie] Cute DIY ornaments | 12 Days Of Christmas

Hi crafty friend! I have created these cute tags or ornaments with a thank you die! Take a look and grab this FREEBIE with your order! Be sure to check the current sales and coupons too! 



I have created these cute cat ornaments or tags, I think they are super adorable and just a nice addition to your packages. The used supplies will be listed below the post.


I have used scalloped circle dies as cat face shapes, then I have created the cat faces through the Kitty Kat stencil with Silver Glitz Glitter Gel.  


Next, I created lots of christmassy add-on die-cuts like berries, mittens or festive leaves from the Lawn Fawn Huggers die-set. 




Finally I created a bunch of thank you die-cuts with the Thank You Banner Freebie from today, and put them in their hands. 


I hope you have enjoyed my project for today, feel free to check my Instagram for more inspirations. :) Have an amazing day, happy shopping! Mona 

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I am using products only I LOVE. If you buy supplies through my affiliate links, you support my channel and blog with a small commission and when you shop through my links I will do a happy dance. Using affiliate links does not mean additional cost for you. I really appreciate your support. Affiliate Disclaimer.

[Video] Light Up Bookmark Tutorial | Lawn Fawn Fans Winter YouTube Video Hop

Hey hey crafty friend, welcome back on my blog! Today I have a new video tutorial for you about light up bookmarks. Take it with love. 💓 My tutorial is part of the Lawn Fawn Fans Winter YouTube Video Hop. It's so much fun and there is a generous gift certificate too! I hope you join the fun! :)


I have used Spectrum Noir Illustrators in the following colors: GY1, CT4, GY3, GY4, GY5, FS9, TN1, TN2, TN4, EB3, FS1 FS4, CR6, BP1, MG3, Blender. You can find all the used supplies below the post. For watching the video tap here.


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In this video you can see the full process how I created this cute see through and light up bookmark, using Lawn Fawn products. I have included the coloring part in the video too



Thank you so much for checking my post, Happy watching, sending you big crafty hugs, Mona


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I am using products only I LOVE. If you buy supplies through my affiliate links, you support my channel and blog with a small commission and when you shop through my links I will do a happy dance. Using affiliate links does not mean additional cost for you. I really appreciate your support. Affiliate Disclaimer here.


[VIDEO] Rainbow Ornament Tutorial


I LOVE rainbows! And what about you? They just make me happy and I created a tutorial how to make it from paper and threads and I invite you to watch my guest video on Scrapbook.com’s YouTube channel. 


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I can’t get enough of these cuties so I am off to make a few more. Take my video tutorial with love


If you have a little time, try it you will see it's so much fun! You can use them not only as ornaments but as an embellishments too. Thank you so much for stopping by, have an amazing day. Hugs, Mona.


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25 Days of Christmas Tags - Day 24 | Heffy Doodle

Hi crafty friends! I am so happy to be joining Tracey McNeely’s 10th Annual 25 Days of Christmas tags! There are many prizes to be won throughout each day of posting. Click HERE for more details on how to play along and to be eligible for all of the awesome giveaways!

TAG INSPIRATION


I made two super cute tags with the 
Heffy Doodle Mini essentials die set and My little Angel stamps and diesAs always you can find all the used supplies in the end of the post. If you are looking for more inspiration be sure to check my team mates on the Heffy Doodle Blog


I made the base with the tag from the Mini Essential Die Set from light, dark pink and white glitter cardstock. I run the glittered one once more through my diecut machine with the Lovely Little Borders Dies 
and adhered them together. 




Next I stamped and colored the images from the My little Angel stamps and the Elfish Antics stamp sets. I colored them with my Spectrum Noir Illustrator MarkersUsed colors: CT3, LY1, FS6, FS7, FS8, FS3, PP2, PP1, MG1, MG3, EB1, EB2, EB4, TN8, TN7, BG6, BG4, BG2, Blender. In the end I have used the Merry Heffy cuts as a sentiment and put my tags together. 




Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by! Have an amazing day! Come hop along with us for a chance to win prizes from all of the sponsors above! You can find more information HEREHave a lovely day! Hugs, Mona.


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Add luxury touch to your envelopes


Hello crafty friend, today I am showing you three envelope tricks to try right now! I have a really special post for you with a quick envelope magic, where I want to highlight you my friend Judit, from Artistampdesign


She is an Etsy makerwho is creating the most magical handmade personalized stamps ever. This post contains affiliate links and you can find the used supplies in the end of my post.


A few weeks ago I have received from her the most amazing personalized gift what a cardmaker can dream of! I got one address stamp and one stamp to the back of my cards. I remember those magical moments, when I was spying for Santa and I was super excited when I got a present from him. My feelings were exactly the same, when I received Judit's amazing package.


The holiday is coming and if you want to gift yourself with a beautiful personalized stamp then this is the right time to ask one from Santa. You can see some of her recent designs below. Aren't they amazing? Before check out use this code: HAPPYNOVEMBER to get 10% OFF!

 




We are creating tons of cards weekly, so why we don't add an extra touch to our envelopes, which says: hey you! You have received an extra special something from me! Please be more excited! 😊


Three envelope tricks to try right now! 


I created for you a quick inspiration with Instagram Reels video, on how to rock your envelopes quickly. 


HEAT EMBOSSING

If you have a personalized stamp with your address, you can stamp with colorful ink to your envelope or you can stamp with watermark ink then heat emboss it with gold or any colored embossing powder. This will save you lots of time, and a stamped address is just amazing!



DRY EMBOSSING

Did you think about that you can dry emboss your envelopes? Oh yes! You can dry emboss your envelopes with your stencils and because of it your envelope will look more luxury and extra expensive! At scrapbook.com you can find 6"x8" sized stencils which are perfect for larger envelopes. For this inspiration I have used the Teardrop Floral Stencil



Once you heat embossed your sentiment, run your envelope through your die-cut machine with your favorite stencil. All you need to have a tan embossing mat what I am showing you in my dry embossing technique video here

WAX SEAL IT

If you feel that the heat embossed address and the luxury dry embossed envelope is not enough, then the cherry on the top is when you are closing your envelope with a wax seal. There are some new different and amazing tools for it be sure to check it out. 


These were my tips for today, I really hope you will try it, its so much fun, and your envelope will really rock! Be sure to visit my friends Judit's Etsy shop to see her magical personalized designs or reach her with a custom questions, she is always happy to help. 



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[Video] Magnetic cookie bookmarks from start to finish

Hello lovelies, I am back with an another realistic food coloring video tutorial. Today I am showing you on my YouTube channel how I created these Linzer biscuits with Heffy Doodle dies and Spectrum Noir alcohol markers. I encourage you to try it! It's much more easier then it looks like! You can find the video here. As always, you can find the used supplies below the post.


For this project I am using the new mini essential die set from Heffy Doodle which coordinates perfectly with the new Heffy doodle die-cutting machine. I am going to use the cute small circle dies; This size, is a perfect biscuit size, and I absolutely love these tiny scallops or frills on the edges.


For the coloring I have used Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers, but you can make it with any other markers as well. For the coloring and the full process be sure to check out the video tutorial here. Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers Used; Cookie: BG1, GY1, GB4, EB1, EB4 Strawberry Jam: CR4, CR9, DR5, DR7, Raspberry Jam: BP3, BP6, DR5, DR7.


After creating a couple more cookies, I am turning them into bookmarks. I am adhering the fronts and backs to the openable part with my liquid adhesive and when it dried, I am opening it and putting inside a pair of small magnets. I am just removing the parchment paper of the magnet, closing the cookies and my tasty bookmarks are done!


Be sure to check the video for the full tutorial with the extra tips and tricks. As always, you can find the used supplies below the post, and if you have any questions feel free to ask in a comment. Thank you so much for joining me, see you next time, have an amazing day, Mona

VIDEO TUTORIAL


USED SUPPLIES

I am using products only I LOVE. If you buy supplies through my affiliate links, you support my channel and blog with a small commission and when you shop through my links I will do a happy dance. Using affiliate links does not mean additional cost for you. I really appreciate your support. Affiliate Disclaimer.