Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Holly Jolly- More Christmas cards

I'm working on more Christmas cards.. this time I used a bunch of crafty goodness from Debra (owner of scrapsalot) sent me a bit of flock in each color she had, at first I wasn't sure what to do with it besides pet it lol but then I remember a cut die I had from Penny black. I di cut the mitten, bow and candy cane out of some flock I love the dimension it gives and also the feel 😁

now for the really fun part...I took the new Holly confetti de die from Hero Arts and made a paper stencil...yes I could have just used the die but I was going for a different feel. I used a couple different green and red distress oxides! I totally love how it turned out.
since I couldn't find the right shade of green for my matte layer I used the same green distress oxides and just kind of swiped the edge it looks random and a bit distressed
I hope you'll head on over to the Scrapsalot Shop and see what Debra has to offer!

Products used from Scrapsalot Shop

Distress oxides- Mowed lawn, twisted citron, candied apple, fired brick
Archival ink -Jet black
Blending brush
Lawn fawn stamp shammy
Hero Arts -Holly confetti die
Hero Arts- color layering Nordic trees stamp set (used a sentiment on this card)
Thermoweb Flock

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Somthing to keep you warm...

Hahaha, Of course, I'm talking about coffee and crafting!! I love this Mug life background stamp...I've used it several times and each has a different effect on my card...this time I heat embossed using vera mark and a copper embossing powder from Ranger...

 I had already picked the sentiment I wanted to use from Honeybee stamp's shake it off stamp set, it has many different ones to choose from! I used my silhouette to cut out this super cute coffee cup and tada....all done!

Items used from Scrapsalot shop

Honey Bee stamps Shake it off
The Ink Roads Mug life background
archival inks Jet back
Versa Mark

Friday, November 1, 2019


The new challenge is up over at Archiscraps...

Your challenge is to use Reflection in your layout, card, tag, etc.
How you achieve this is up to you.

I used reversed stamping to create what appears to be a reflection on the water...

 inspiration image from the Archi-scraps blog

I hope you'll stop by the Archi-scraps blog to play along with us!
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