Hi everyone! Today I have a cute card to share. This is a project for Miss Kate Cuttables.
My card measures 6×6. I used some kraft cardstock for the background of the card. I ran the cardstock through an embossing folder to give it some texture. I then layered the Miss Kate Wild About You title. I inked around the edges with walnut stain distress ink to help it stand out from the background. I then layered on the cute little peeking tiger at the bottom and tied a fun bow with some gingham ribbon.
I really like how it turned out.
Make sure you check out the Miss Kate blog for more inspiration! Have a great week!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share my first project for the Miss Kate blog for 2015. I decided to create a fun shaped card using a super cute file called Puppy Love.
All of the elements in this file are adorable! I decided to use the fire hydrant as the base for my shaped card.
I added the fun little paw prints as well as the doggy bone to the front of my card with some dimensional adhesive.
I stamped the sentiment “special delivery” from the CardzTV stamp set “Snail Mail”. I added some faux stitching with a white gel pen and inked around all of the edges with walnut stain distress ink from Tim Holtz.
That’s my card! Thanks for stopping by! Have a great week!
Hi everyone! Today I want to share a card I created for the Miss Kate blog. For my card I used two different files. I used the poinsettia file as well as the joy and noel title file.
Here is a side view of the card.
I really like how it turned out. I cut the poinsettia out three times so I could layer it together for a more dimensional look. I also used my clear wink of stella pen on the center of the flower as well as the tips of the petals.
I liked it so much I created another one. You can never have too many Christmas cards on hand right?
Here’s a side view of this version.
That’s my Christmas card. Thanks for looking! Have a great week!
Cardstock – Stampin Up and American Crafts
Designer Paper – Stampin Up
Seam Binding Crumb Cake – Stampin Up
Red Velvet Trim – stash
Wink of Stella Clear Glitter Pen
Dimensional Adhesive – Stampin Up
Hi everyone! Today is my day to post over on the Miss Kate blog. Today I have a cute pull out tag card to share with you. Here’s the file I used to create my project.
Isn’t he cute? There is also a girl version of this file. Definitely going to have to make her next!
I wanted to use the file to create a pull out tag card.
Here’s the card with the tag pulled out.
I used the Stampin Up Wondrous Wreath stamp set to stamp the sentiment. I also used the Stampin Up stamp set Merry Everything with the coordinating punch to create the little tag for the front of the present.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great week!
Hello everyone! Today is my day to post on the Miss Kate blog. For my project I used the really cute fall file called Barrel of Leaves.
I thought this image would look really cute with a pullout tag coming from the top of the barrel. So here’s what I created.
And here is the pullout tag.
This project was really easy to create. I just cut another basket base for the back of the card. I embossed the first basket base using the Cuttlebug fabric swatch embossing folder. Then I inked over the embossing with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink. Then I trimmed off the top portion and add the next layer. I did add some small eyelets just to give it some more texture to the trim pieces.
Then I glued this onto the other basket base just around the edges so I could create a tag and slip it into the basket. The leaves from the cut file were added to the top of the tag. I did cut a couple of extra leaves to add to the front of the basket.
I stamped my title label on the front of the basket and then stamped my sentiment on the tag. I also added some ivory yardstick to the back of my tag so you could sign your tag card.
That’s my project! Have a great week!
Stamps – CardzTv Fall Fun
Cardstock – Stampin Up
Kraft Cardstock – Paper Studio
Distress Ink – Tim Holtz Gathered Twigs
Punches – Stampin Up Word Window and Modern Label
Embossing Folder – Cuttlebug Fabric Swatch
Eyelets – stash
Dimensionals – Stampin Up
Hi everyone! Today I have a quick up cycle project to share with you. I created a gift bag and matching cards using Graphic 45 Time to Celebrate.
Hi everyone! Here’s a quick video share of some fun boxed gift cards that I created with the leftover Fancy Pants Happy Camper papers from my earlier mini album. This project makes a great quick gift!
Hi everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Today is my day to post on the Miss Kate Blog. Here’s the project I created.
My little box will hold three small cards with envelopes. My cards measure 3-1/2 x 3-1/2. I used my fabulous envelope punch board to create the envelopes.
I used solid kraft cardstock to create the box then matted it with some really cute papers from the 6×6 paper pad DIY Shop by American Crafts. I picked this up at Hobby Lobby on sale of course!
That’s my project! Have a great week!
Hello everyone! Today is my day to post on the Miss Kate blog today. I decided to create a small fall project using a really great file called Fall Fun.
I decided this image would look great on one of the Graphic 45 Staples Kraft Tags. I cut out the fall fun file with my Cameo using some solid card stock from my stash. I layered on design papers from Graphic 45’s An Eerie Tale 6×6 paper pad.
I added some metal from Butter Bee Scraps and layered on one of the Cardstock flowers from the Eerie Tale collection to the top corner. I inked around my die cut image with Tim Holtz Vintage Photo distress ink.
I used some dimensional adhesive when I put together my die cuts. I added some ribbon from May Arts to the top of my tag and stamped Fall Harvest using CardzTv stamp set Fall Fun. That stamp set and this file from Miss Kate were made for each other! Love it!
Well that’s my project! I really like how it turned out. This file would be great for Thanksgiving decor. Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous week!
Hello everyone. I have a card to share with you today. I used the beautiful Graphic 45 An Eerie Tale paper collection. I love the versatility of this paper collection.
I used Stampin Up black Cardstock for the base of my card. The next layer is Very Vanilla Cardstock also from Stampin Up. The next layer is the gorgeous floral print from the paper collection. I added a few Petaloo flowers and one of the coordinating chipboard elements.
A few of the coordinating bankers and a small Cardstock flower along with some metal pieces finish off the front.
On the inside of the card I layerd a strip of the floral print onto the very vanilla Cardstock. All of the edges are inked with Tim Holtz Walnut Stain distress ink.
Have a great day!