Do you remember the game, Tic – Tac – Toe? Well, over at Try Stampin’ on Tuesday, we are doing a card making version, Tic – Tac – Tuesday. I made this Winter card as a sample for this challenge.
Here’s the banner for the challenge, I did the vertical – Foil, Winter, and Plaid.Go on over to the site later today (yes, Monday) and see all the other designer samples.
Design Notes for Winter Card:
It all started with plaid. I knew I had some of one of the plaid papers from Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper package. Winter? BRRR just came to my mind. I love using the Large Letter Framelits, so it all just fell together.
With this picture you can see the sentiment from the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set on the inside.
And can you ever go wrong with a z- fold card? This is actually a double z fold. I guess I just needed more room for all the r’s! I used the Softly Falling embossing folder on the Garden Green Card Stock to add a little texture. After the embossing, I added just a hint of white with a dauber and some Craft White ink. A few Silver Glimmer snow flakes finished off the card.
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I guess I tend to think that masculine cards need to be subdued and tame. Today, I stepped out of that box. Here’s my card, enhanced with some Gold Glimmer Paper.
It also has a fall look don’t you think? Here’s the color palette.
Design Notes for Gold Glimmer Card:
The three strips of card stock in the background were run through the Big Shot with the Polka Dots Basics Embossing Folder. To adhere the card stock to the Glimmer Paper and then to the card base, I used Tear & Tape. This is such a great adhesive. Perfect for heavy duty but also great for adhering Glimmer Paper.
All the little scalloped circles were stamped with Cherry Cobbler ink and images from the Tabs for Everything stamp set. So many great images in this set. I sometimes overlook it. I shouldn’t it! It’s a gold mine! There are 53 stamps in this set!!!!
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I think that the Animal Outing stamp set is one of my favorites from the new catalog. I decided to make a new baby card, just to have on hand and think the kangaroo is just too cute. this month over at Try Stampin’ on Tuesday, the featured technique shows ways to add dimension with out Dimensions. so I wanted to demonstrate that. Here’s a card I made as a sample.
Here’s the banner from Try Stampin’ on Tuesday. You should go over there and see the tutorial. Better yet, try it yourself!
Design Notes for Animal Outing Baby Card:
I stamped the kangaroo and used Watercolor Pencils to color her in. The Animal Friends Thinlits made it easy to cut out the kangaroo and about 8 more of that shape from Crumb Cake card stock. I glued the colored kangaroo on top of the stack of plain, Crumb Cake ones.
And what do you think of the background? I embossed a piece of Crumb Cake Card stock after I inked up the inside of the Petal Burst Embossing folder. Isn’t that an interesting effect?
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I started out making this a masculine card and ended up making both a masculine card and a feminine one. That’s just how clever I am. Well, more that the stamp set is pretty versatile. Birthday Wishes for You is one of those hidden gems in the catalog. Check out these cards.
Cute and simple, right?
Design Notes for Birthday Wishes for You Cards:
As I mentioned, I started out thinking I would make a masculine birthday card for my card class. I used Watercolor Pencils to color in the Birthday part and finished it off with Blender Pens. I stamped the sentiment a second time on a piece of Rich Razzleberry card stock and cut out the “Happy” part of it. A few Mini Dimensions and just the right touch of color. I mounted the sentiment on a piece of Rich Razzleberry and placed that on a piece of Old Olive. Have you used the Subtle Dynamic Embossing Folder? It’s wonderful but, predictably, subtle. It doesn’t show up well in a photograph but looks great when you have the card in your hand. Trust me!
While I was cleaning up and feeling pretty smug that I had a great card for class, I saw my Daisy Punch. Next thing I knew, I was changing up the card. What do you think?
It’s pretty much the same card. I moved the sentiment piece, and added the daisy. If you were coming to my class, which one would you make?
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Once Easter is here, it HAS to feel like spring, right? Well, I have known some times when that wasn’t true but I have high hopes for this year. We NEED spring. And the Hello Easter stamp set is perfect for bringing spring on.
I joined in on the challenge over at Global Design Project this week as well. You should hop on over and see all the great cards there. (Get it, “Hop on over.”)
Design Notes for Hello Easter Card:
The stand out portion of this card has to be the Basket Weave embossed piece. This is the most amazing embossing folder. It is very thick and creates a very deep impression on the paper. Love it! I even sponged it with some Berry Burst Ink to make it stand out just a bit more.
And the chocolate rabbit, how cute is that? I stamped it on some Whisper White card stock, punched it out with the 1 1/2″ Circle Punch. Next, I stamped him again and cut it out with Paper Snips. Finally, I popped him up with some Mini Stampin’ Diminsionals.
Supply List for Hello Easter Card:
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Hope you are having a great day!