Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing a card I made using one of the die sets from a past Spellbinders Club Kit. You can save up to 40% on past club kits! What a great deal, right?! I was able to create a cute dimensional card using the For You Gift Card Holder from the large die of the month kit. Here’s what I came up with!
I love this adorable gift bag in this set, but I wanted to use it on a card instead of on its own. I die cut the bag, tissue and handle and put them together on the card after stamping and die cutting the sentiment. I used lots of splatter and ink on this card. It was so fun to do mostly die cutting and ink on a card for a change!
I love the little tassel die that is in the set. You could create some adorable garland with it! I used a die cut of the bag handle to create a streamer across the top of the card. This is such a great deal, and there are a lot more die sets available over at the Spellbinders shop!
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Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed the card and I’ll see you again soon with another one!
Hi all! I’m sharing a card today for the new Your Next Stamp challenge! We’re making long and thin cards today and we invite you to join us!
I haven’t made a skinny card for a long time so it was fun to create this cute pumpkin patch scene! Join us on the YNS blog and leave a comment there for a chance to win a prize! Thanks for stopping by and I’ll see you again soon with another card!
Hi everyone! It’s time for another Your Next Stamp challenge. Today’s theme is “just for fun,” and there are some amazing projects on the Your Next Stamp blog. Here’s a look at what I created.
I love creating backgrounds with die cut images and I hadn’t had a chance to use the new Feather Fun dies so I knew right away what my inspiration was going to be for this card. Once the pieces were die cut and adhered to a card front, I ink blended some Distress Oxide colors over the top. You can do this with a lot of your stand alone dies and it adds such a fun pattern. Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you liked the card. Be sure to join us on the Your Next Stamp blog and see how you could win a free stamp set. Have a great day and I’ll see you again soon with another card!
Hi, everyone! Today I’m sharing a card that uses a lot of die cutting to make a cute shape card with a detailed and beautiful background. Let’s get started!
Fellow design team member, Franci, always makes the cutest shape cards and I wanted to give it a go after seeing some of her adorable designs. I started by die cutting three of the largest Stitched Hearts Dies. I needed two for my card front and one for the card base. Next I took dies from the sets Whole Lotta Hearts and Sun, Moon & Stars from one of the stitched hearts. I used tiny dies as well as the larger ones from the sets to mix and match and fill the inside of the heart with die cut holes. I did my best to fill any obvious gaps, but you don’t need to be too particular with this design because all the painting I did later filled any gaps I had.
After the die cut portion was done, I ink blended over the second stitched heart using Blueprint Sketch, Broken China, Scattered Straw and Fossilized Amber. Then I smooshed each other colors on my glass mat, watered them down and splattered them over the ink blended portion. I also did this with white paint. Once that was dry I adhered the two hearts together. I love the way you see the messy but beautiful background through the die cut holes! Next I die cut a Stitched Strip of Ease from white card stock and heat embossed a sentiment from Everday Sentiment Duos on it. I eyeballed how long the sentiment was and did some creative die cutting to make the strip shorter than it actually is.
I adhered the sentiment to the card with foam tape and attached the card back with some strong adhesive tape. I decided I wanted somemore gold to tie in the embossed sentiment, so I masked the sentiment strip and splattered some gold paint over the entire card front. I also took some of the die cut pieces I had cut out and added them back in the cutouts for some added detail. And that’s my card for today! I hope you enjoyed it. Do you make a lot of cards that use this much die cutting? I’m usually more of a “colorer” but I always love some cute die cut backgrounds. Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I’ll see you again soon with another card!
Hi, all! I’m popping in today to share a cute card I made using the new release from Your Next Stamp. Today’s card is cute and simple, but really adorable.
Of course, these kittens jumping out of a present are the cutest things ever and I had to use them on a card! And the Paw Print Panel die was perfect to go with them 🙂 I think this bright and cheery card would make anyone smile on their special day! Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I’ll see you again soon with another card!
Hi, all! I’m back for another Your Next Stamp release preview and today I’m sharing my card using the Make Some Noise stamp set. This features some adorable birds, party supplies and talking bubbles.
I started this card by creating a ink blended/splattered background. Then I die cut a bunch of the Talk Bubble Frames dies and adhered them over the background panel to get a fun pattern. Once that was complete I stamped and colored the cute birds and speech bubbles. They were all adhered with some foam tape to give the card dimension. Finally, I added some Nuvo Crystal Drops all over the card and it was complete! I decided not to use one of the larger sentiment on the outside, and let all these tiny images fill the front instead.
That’s my card for today! I hope you enjoyed it. Be sure to head over to the Your Next Stamp blog and see the rest of the teams projects and the rest of the previews! It’s not long until release day now!!
Hi, everyone! I’m so happy to be back today to share a card I made for the new Your Next Stamp release. Today’s card features the Latte Happy Vibes, which is an adorable set that has lots of cute donuts and coffees!
I just love these cute images! I kept the card super simple today and colored in some of my favorites, die cut them out and put them on a paint splattered background. Then I stamped my sentiment and I was finished! I hope you liked the card for today. Be sure to head over to the Your Next Stamp blog and see all the awesome projects plus any other previews from the release! Thanks for stopping by!
Hi, everyone! It’s Cassie here and I’m back to share a super cutesy, fun card with you today that’s full of glitter! I decided it was about time I made a card using the new Happily Ever Crafter stamp set, and this is what I came up with!
I started by using a piece of paper that I had die cut a circle from to create a bubble of color on a card base. I ink blended Spun Sugar and Milled Lavender Distress Oxide ink over it until I was happy with the colors. Then I splattered Worn Lipstick, Tattered Rose and Milled Lavender over the circle as well. I also splattered some watered down white paint for even more depth in my colors. As that was drying I colored in some of the images from the Happily Ever Crafter stamp set. I fussy cut them out and used a black marker around the edges so that they looked nice and finished too. When my car base was dry I adhered them onto it with some adhesive.
Next I took ‘hello’ from the Hello Everyone stamp set and heat embossed it over the circle with gold embossing powder. I liked how that looked, but I wanted the ‘princess’ from the Happily Ever Crafter set to pop, so I heat embossed it and die cut it out to adhere to the card with foam tape. I love the border that provided! Once that was done it was time to add some glitter!
I used some random glitter I had in iridescent colors and scattered them all over the card base. I made sure to add some to the girls dress and the castle. I also added some Crystal Nuvo Drops. I thought they looked like bubbles 🙂 To finish of the card I did my usual white gel pen accents on the images. And that was it for my card today! I hope you enjoyed my creation. Do you like the pink glittery look? I always have, so this card is right up my alley! Hope you all are having a great day, and I’ll see you soon with another card!
Hey Heffy Doodle friends! It’s Cassie here, and I’m sharing a cute and easy to make card showcasing some heat embossing and ink blending today! Let’s dive right in.
I started the card by stamping the cute ice cream cone from Treat Yo’ Self all over an A2 size card panel with VersaMark ink. I sprinkled gold embossing powder over the stamped images and heat embossed them with my heat tool. I’m just loving gold right now, so I was super happy with how they turned out 🙂 Next I grabbed my Tattered Rose, Spun Sugar, and Antiqued Linen Distress Oxides and ink blended over the card panel. I also smushed some of the ink on my work surface and used some water and a paint brush to splatter the colors, and some white paint, all over the images. I love this messy look!
Once the panel was dry I used a white gel pen and a pink Copic Marker and gave the cones some details. They all got some white high lights and rosy cheeks. Finally, I die cut out the letters for the phrase “hi, sweetie” from white paper using the Rascal Alphabetters dies. I love that you can use these without the stamp set and get a super cute, totally different look. It gives the stamps and dies so much more versatility! I popped up the letters with foam tape and that was it for my card!
I hope you enjoyed the card for today! Are you working with any of the new release products? I’ve seen some of the most amazing projects made with the new goodies on social media. If you’re getting crafty with them be sure to tag Heffy Doodle so we can see all the awesome things you’re making! Thanks for stopping by, and I’ll see you again soon with another card!
Hi, friends! It’s Cassie here, and I’m back to share a cute card featuring some of the adorable new release. I wanted to play with the cute little aliens and this is what I came up with.
I started by die cutting one of the Stitched Square dies and ink blending some Distress Oxide inks over it. I went with some blues and purples for a spacey look. I also made sure to add some splatter for some interest. While that dried I worked on coloring in my images. I colored in the alien, a flag, and the planet from the You’re Weird stamp set. I colored them in with copic markers and fussy cut them out.
Next I attached my colored images with foam tape to the card base. I added some white gel pen accents to them to give it some fun detail. Then I grabbed a sentiment from the Spaced Out stamp set and heat embossed it in the background with white embossing powder.
To finish off the card I added some clear iridescent stars all over the background. I love the way they shimmer in the light! And that’s it for my card 🙂 I hope you enjoyed! Be sure to tag us when you’re using the new Heffy Doodle release so we can see all your fun creations!