Helpful tips to create shaker card | Essential video tutorial

Hi lovelies, today I am going to show you my favorite way to make a shaker card on Therm O Web’s Youtube Channel. In this video I am telling you three tips which are essential in creating them.

This post is just a sneaky peek, for the full post please visit Thermoweb's blog. You can find the video tutorial here or below.


Thank you for stopping by, for more inspiration feel free to visit my Instagram. Hugs, Mona

SUPPLIES

I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links I receive a small commission with no additional cost of you. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!

Help to Australia with a Cut-file

Hi friends, today I am showing a card for a cause. I made it with the Digital Cut File For Australia – SVG bundle what was created by Scrapbook.com to benefit Australian Red Cross Society. I know that our crafty community is full of amazing and kind spirits, if you can, please help with buying this cut-file for yourself or for a friend.


100% of the proceeds from this Digital Cut File bundle will be given directly to the Australian Red Cross Society so that they may aid the people, wildlife, plant life, and structures affected by devastating wildfires across Australia.


I started the cardmaking with electronic die-cutting. With the mentinoned Cutfile I made a koala die-cut, eucalyptus twice and the Hope sentiment four time with my Cameo 3 Electronic Die-cut Machine.


When it was done, I marked the Koala shape on my watercolor paper with pencil and I have used masking fluid on it. After the masking fluid is dried, I made a rainbow watercolor wash on it and let it air dry.


While it was drying, I created the sentiment. I adhered all the four pieces of “Hope” word die-cuts together to add more dimension to the sentiment and heat embossed with gold embossing powder.


In the end I made rainbow gradient splatters with watercolor on the card base. When it was dry, I rubbed off the masking fluid from the base, and put my card together.


I hope you have enjoyed my post for today. Don’t forget, every little bit helps you can find the AustraliaCutfile here. If you can’t buy this cut-file, you can help with sharing  and pining this post too. Thank you so much for reading through this post, and I really appreciate your help.

Hugs, Mona


SUPPLIES


(FYI: from this cut-file I am not getting commission, 100% of the proceeds from this Digital Cut File bundle will be given directly to the Australian Red Cross Society)

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!

Hello twenty-twenty | Scrapbook.com

Hello lovelies and welcome back on my blog and here is my first card of the year. Quick, Easy and Bright. Love it!  Today I have a step by step photo tutorial with new supplies from Scrapbook.com.


CARD TUTORIAL

Check out my step by step instructions with photos. As always you can find the used supplies below the post. 


I wanted to make a simply but bright “Happy New Year” card with the new Months & Years stamp set, together with the new foam adhesives what I got from Scrapbook.com. Follow the easy step by step instructions here:


I have used my beloved Alcohol Inks in rainbow colors to create a beautiful bright background on Yupo paper.


When it was done, I put on it a gold deco foil and wiped it with a dry cloth. When I removed the foil, I got a fabulous gold texture on my inked background.



Next, I die-cut the foam adhesive with Botanical Backdrop Die by Sunny Studio Stamps. I run it through my Die-cut machine twice (Back and Forth) and I love that it came off easily.


Next, I run the Hello die from Heffy Doodle through my Die-cut machine too, with the foam adhesive leftover and I really love that my word and the background die-cut has the same height.


In the end I stamped and heat embossed the twenty-twenty numbers from the Months & Years Stamp set by Scrapbook.com.



Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! For more inspiration feel free to follow me on Instagram. :)

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!

Seasons Givings Blog Hop (Winners)

Hello lovelies! I am really thankful, that you have spread the love on my Season's Giving Blog Hop Post. Now it's time to announce the lucky winners.

GIVEAWAY WINNERS



$20 gift certificate to Lawn Fawn - Carrie


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Big prize pack - Fikreta


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Congrats to the winners! Please write me an email to claim your prize before 09/01/2020 12PM CET to craftbymona@gmail.com . If you will not claim your prize I will draw another winner on 10/01/2019.

Thank you so much for your sweet comments and amazing support, I will make more tutorials and giveaways in the future too so be to. My next giveaway coming soon on my Instagram, if you don't want to miss it, follow me here

Big hugs!
Mona