Sunday, May 24, 2015

Travel Stand Up Card

Here's my final card that I made with this months Creative Cafe kit of the month from the Rubber Cafe'!  

This months kit is all about travel and with the My Mind' Eye- 6x6 pad hello world!  and our very own exclusive stamp set, Grand Adventure.  We think you'll be very inspired!  

Today, I made a fun Easel Card with the kit.


To make this card I started with a 8 1/2" x 4 1/4" panel of cardstock.
I used my Scor-Pal to score the panel at 2 1/8" and 4 1/4".


Then I folded the card on the 4 1/4" score and adhered patterned paper to the front with  Scrap Happy Glue.


I tied a ribbon from the kit around the score line.



I stamped the sentiment on a white panel with Memento Nautical Blue ink and adhered it and a puffy sticker from the kit to the top front portion of the card with Scrap Happy Glue.



For the inside I adhered a panel of patterned paper to a slightly larger teal panel with Scrap Happy Glue.  I stamped the "hello" and the "heart" on the panel with Memento Nautical Blue ink and then adhered it to the bottom inside of the card with 3D Foam.




Then when you Fold the front of the card on the score line it will stay open.


I stamped the scooter with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, and colored with Copic Markers.
Then I backed the panel with Scallop edge die cut circle panels.


I glued the panel to the card base as shown below with Scrap Happy Glue




When it's flat and ready to mail it looks like this.



That's it!  Easy Peasy fun fold card that the recipient will love to receive!

I hope you'll give it a try!



Supplies:
Stamps:  The Rubber Cafe'-Creative Cafe' Kit:  Grand Adventures and the add on set, So Many Places
Paper:  The Rubber Cafe'-Creative Cafe' Kit- My Minds Eye: Hello World! and Bazzill Cardstock
Adhesives: The Rubber Cafe'-Scrap Happy Glue3D Foam
Embellishments: The Rubber Cafe'-Creative Cafe' Kit: Seam Binding and Puffy Sticker 
Tools: Scor-Buddy, Spellbinder's Dies

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Hello My Friend

Did you see the awesome new Sizzix Dies that Stephanie released this week?

I LOVE them all!

Here are some cards that I made with two of the new dies.

First I used the new Large Rectangle Dies.
These Dies allow you to create the perfect layers for your A2 cards.
On this card the Ocean Cardstock Layer and the Patterned paper layer were cut with these dies.

The second new die is that beautiful "Hello My Friend" circle die.
The patterned paper is from the Blessings Collection by TSOL.


I love how this Large Circle Flip it Card turned out.
The "Hello My Friend" circle die fits in the circle part perfectly!


Here's one final card that I made with the new "Hello My Friend" circle die.


All the paper, ribbons, and embellishments are from The Stamps of Life!

Thanks for stopping by!

Kristine

Friday, May 22, 2015

Relax...Enjoy your day

Happy Friday!

I am looking forward to the three day weekend.
I hope that you are able to relax and take some time off too!

I have another summery/picnic card to share today.
This card is perfect to send to anyone who needs to stop and relax a little!


The background was created with Picnic Ants.
The main image is Picnic Spread.
The sentiment is Relax Enjoy.


I colored it with Copic markers.


Thanks so much for stopping by!

Kristine

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Dreamin' of a Picnic

I have a fun stand up picnic card to share with you today.

It features Cupcake Ant from Stampendous.


I started by cutting a square stand up card base out of red cardstock.
When it dried I turned it and pasted it again.

I was trying to create a "picnic blanket".


I colored the image with colored pencils.
I used my Picasso shield to create the clouds.


For the inside of the card I used Picnic Ants and a sentiment from the Say it Today Perfectly Clear Stamp Set.


Check out more Dreamweaver Stencil fun:

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Eat Dessert First!

The Stampendous ladies are havin' a picnic this week as we showcase some of the fun new "Picnic" inspired stamps from Stampendous.

I always feel like Memorial Weekend kicks off the summer season so this focus is right on time.

I'm sure you could find lots of uses for this fun image,



  1. Stencil Optu Checkerboard onto red cardstock with white embossing paste.
  2. Die cut a red card base with the Sizzix® Fancy Edge Flip it die.
  3. When dry, die cut the stenciled panel and adhere to card base.
  4. Stamp image on a square white panel and color with markers.
  5. Back image panel with a larger black panel and then adhere to card.
Supply List:
Stampendous:

Dreamweaver:

Plus:
Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Copic® Markers (C7, C5, C3, C1, R27, R24, R22, E44, E43, E42, G12, G14, G17, YR24, YR23, YR21)
Fancy Edge Flip it Die by Sizzix®
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives

Thanks for stopping by!

Kristine

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Drew Loves to Fish

Tuesday means High Hopes Day on my Blog!

Today I am using another of the new images from the Fairies and Adventurers release.



I used my new Copic Markers to color this image.
(E50-E51-E93-B000-B00-B01-B04-YR00-YR02-YR04-YG91-YG95-YG97-E44-E43-E41-E35-E31)
I created the clouds by sponging Adirondack Aqua dye ink using a scallop edge oval panel as a mask.


The sentiment is from the new Sentiment Set #2.
I stamped it with Memento Bahama Blue Dye ink.



The brads are all from Eyelet Outlet.



The paper Doodlebug Designs Happy Camper Paper Pack.


Thanks for stopping by!

Happy stamping!

Kristine


Monday, May 18, 2015

Life is a Picnic

Happy Monday!

I hope you had a great weekend!
I got to do a little stamping which always makes for a nice weekend for me!

Today I have a fun card to share that I made with the new Stampendous Image,


Supply List:
Stampendous:

N261 Lunch Line
G126 Life Picnic
MPW811 White Paper
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®

Dreamweaver:

LJ 915 Opto checkerboard
DWDEP Regular Embossing Paste

Plus:

Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Copic® Markers (R21-R22-R24-G12-G140G17-V12-V15-V17-E44-E42E41-E53-E51-C5-c3-C1)
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives

You can get all the step by step directions HERE!
Thanks for stopping by!
Kristine