Hi Everyone! October is here and we are soo close to Christmas I can feel it! Today I bring you this adorable Snowman Carols from Heartcraft Paper. When I first saw it I knew I just want to make an interactive card featuring the snowman moving his head while he sings his heart out.
Hi Everyone and Happy Mid Autumn Festival to all who celebrates. This festival is one of my favorite Chinese holiday and for me its all about the moon. To celebrate I used the new Hero Arts Autumn Moon stamp set to create an interactive card using Chibitronics LED light sticker with a raising moon in the background. (This card was done last last night and I didn’t get a chance to write the instructions this this morning right before work, so please excuse my bad grammar).
Hi Everyone. I am here today with my 2nd guest post for Heartcraft Paper and when I first laid my eyes on their Bomb Pop digital stamp I just knew I have to use it. Growing up I used to eat bomb pops every summer and just the image of them takes me back to my childhood. What better way to use this image then to create a spinning card that children of all ages can play with. Digital stamps worked beautifully with my card design since I was able to adjust the size of the image to be smaller than the sentiment.
To make this card I first copy the Bomb Pop image onto a Word document 6 time and size them to be slightly larger than 2 inches tall and print them out onto white card stock. I also print out the sentiment at the same time. Color all the images using blue and red copic markers to give them the traditional hue and cut them out. Used a circle die to cut out my spinner circle and used my pencil to draw in 6 sections. For my card base, I cut out my front panel from white cardstock at 6 x 6 inches and draw in a border with a black pen and then use a blue copic marker to scratter dots around the middle of the front panel. Last, create a hole in the middle of my panel for my brad.
Glue down the ends of each Bomb Pop onto my spinner circle and add the brad to connect my spinner to my front panel. I added some powder to the brad so the Bomb Pop will spin smoother. Then I cut out the sentiment using a label die cut.
Adhere my middle strip of cardstock to the middle of my card using double layers of foam tape so it will not lay on top of the spinner and last glue down my sentiment on top of the strip to hid the center of the spinner.
I hope you enjoy this card and I can’t wait to show you my next card for Heartcraft Paper.
Hi Everyone! Tiffany here and I am super excited to be the Sept 2018 guest designer for HeartcraftPaper. HeartcraftPaper is a digital stamp company and this was my very first time using this type of stamp and I find it to be quite easy to use. With the digital file I was able to size my image to any size I need to fit the scene on my card and I can even flip it if needed. The best part is that I didn’t need any special program to use the digital stamp, just copy and paste my image into a Word document and change the image size to fit my card base.
Hi Everyone! Thank you for stopping by from Wanda Guess’s blog. Welcome to Rubeena’s Crafting Anniversary 2-Day Blog Hop! This hop is epic with more than 70 guests and over $1,000 in sponsored prizes! Not only are we celebrating four years since Rubeena first discovered cardmaking but also crafting in general. This industry is made up of wonderful individuals who are creative, inspirational, kind, and incredibly supportive! Hop along so you can learn about why we create and how much joy it brings us!
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Hi Everyone! I had so much fun working as the guest designer for the Hedgehog Hollow July box featuring the exclusive Costal Cuties stamp from Sunny Studios that I wanted to create a card featuring one of the images. I wanted to create my own pattern paper with one of the girl image and instead of using the standard black ink I decided to go with a grey copic friendly ink pad.
Hi Everyone! I am back again with my 2nd and last guest post for Hedgehog Hollow and this time I wanted to make an interactive card. I wanted to make a beach scene and somehow incorporate moving waves and came up with a design that uses a slider tab to move 1 of 2 layers of waves in and out of view.
I also want to thank the Hedgehog Hollow team for giving me this opportunity to work with them this month.
Check out my quick tutorial for this card.