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!
Hi everyone! Today is my day to post over on the Miss Kate Cuttables blog. For my project I created a fun Halloween card. I used a really cute title file but only used the portions of the file that I wanted for my card.
I added a smaller ghost to the inside of my card.
I also decided to put my ghost that is on the front on an Action Wobble.
My design paper for this project is Doodlebug Ghouls & Goodies. I used the 6×6 paper pad. The solid card stock is from Stampin Up. I did add some bling that I had in my stash to give my card some sparkle.
That’s my card! Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week!
Hello everyone. I participated in a card swap with some other Stampin Up demonstrators and wanted to share the cards with you. All of the cards were created using products from the new Holiday Catalogue. You can purchase any of these products from my Stampin Up Store. Just click on the shop with me button. Have a great day!
Hi everyone! Today I have a cute card to share with you using a super cute file from Miss Kate Cuttables called Reading Owl.
My card measures 4-1/4 x5-1/2. I used Crumb Cake Cardstock from Stampin Up for the base, then layered a solid black mat on top. I used another piece of Crumb Cake and embossed it with a cute embossing folder that had clouds on it.
I did some faux stitching around the owl’s book and added some stickers to the front. The strip of design paper is from the Garden Party 6×6 paper pad by Pebbles Inc.
I added some Tangerine Tango twine from Stampin Up to the front and tied a double bow. The inside sentiment is from the This & That stamp set by CardzTv.
Thanks for looking! Have a great week!
Hello everyone. Today I have a card to share with you using the new rereleased Graphic 45 Times Nouveau Paper Collection.
My card measures 4-1/4 x 5-1/2. I layered together some solid cardstock along with the design paper to the front of the card. I added dimension to my card by cutting some fun foam to size and glueing it to the back of my layers. This is a great way to add dimension to a larger space instead of using a bunch of pop dots.
I fussy cut the pear from the paper and added it to the center of the card. I used some Maya Road chunky twine to the front and tied a bow. I added a button and some ivory twine to the center.
I added some of the cherries that I fussy cut from the design paper to the inside of my card. I inked around the edges with vintage photo distress ink. The sentiments are stamped using the This & That stamp set from CardzTv.
Have a great week!
Hello everyone. Just a quick video to show some cute matchbox gift card holders that I created using Graphic 45 12 Days of Christmas 8×8 paper pad.
Thanks for watching!
Hi everyone! Thanks for stopping by! Today I have a fun card to share with you. This is called a Dutch fold card. My inspiration for this type of card came from Dawn Griffith.
When I saw this adorable cut on the Miss. Kate website I knew I wanted to use it for a card to give my nephew and his wife for the birth of their new baby girl.
I used some pretty papers from the Graphic 45 Botanical Tea 6×6 patterns and solids paper pad. I also used some Stampin’ Up Cardstock.
I added the cute giraffe to the inside of the card and stamped my sentiment using the “Oh Baby” set from CardzTv.
Of course I just had to add a few bling to the flower centers for sparkle and some linen thread at the top.
That’s my card! Have a great week!
Hi everyone! Welcome to the Graphic 45 and 3l Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop.
For my project today I created an easel style card using the gorgeous Eerie Tale paper collection. I also used some of the Graphic 45 metal staples.
Here are the adhesives that I used on my card. The tape runner glides on really nice and smooth. Loved it for this card as I was able to apply the adhesive right to the edges.
That’s my card for today! Make sure you stop by all of the other designers’ blogs for some more amazing projects and inspiration!
Don’t forget to stop by the Graphic 45 blog and Scrapbook Adhesives blog to see more great projects and ideas.
The Crafty Power Blog
Graphic 45 Blog
Here is the blog hop line up for today!
Andrew Roberts – Australia
Annette Green – USA
Donna Espiritu – Saudi Arabia
Ginger Ropp – USA (you are here)
Have a great week! Happy scrapping!