Video: Small Craft Haul

Hi Everyone!

I have a quick haul video today featuring a gorgeous foiling product and Chameleon pencils.   Enjoy!

 

 



Products featured in my video:

 My blog uses affiliate links when possible. This means when you click on those links, I may get a small commission (at no cost to you). I only recommend products that I use and love. Thank you so much for your support. I currently participate in affiliate programs with Scrapbook.com, BlueMoonScrapbooking, Ellen Hutson, Hallmark Scrapbook, Concord & 9th, Pinkfresh Studio, Blick Art Materials, Blitsy and Kat Scrappiness.   I am also a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

FOILables Patterned Paper Pack 1

FOILables Patterned Paper Pack 2

Webster's Pages Classic Notebook Personal Organizer

Chameleon Color Tones Pencils

 

For all the coffee lovers--Kat Scrappiness is still having their 15% off all coffee- related products until 9/22.  Just enter the coupon code: "COFFEEHOP" at checkout.

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A Tour of My Craft Corner

Hi Everyone!  

Today, I wanted to share a quick tour of my craft corner.  Hopefully, this will give you some ideas if you are in the process of finding an organizational system that works best for you.  (Affiliate links may be used at no cost to you)

The evolution of my craft space has taken many, many years, but now, I'm finally at a place where it completely works for me.  I have the back wall and corner of a storage room in my basement which is plenty of room because I've placed all my supplies so they are mostly within arm's reach or a couple of steps to get to them.  Clean up is quick and easy because everything has a specific spot and there is no moving one thing to get to something else.  I only keep what I use so it does not get overwhelming.  The other area in front of my desk you don't see is a kids' craft area and household storage--not picture perfect, LOL!.  

I love using metal utility shelves.  You can get them at any hardware or home store, and they're sturdy, and mobile if I ever decide to change anything around.  The one on the far right has all of my cardmaking and stamping supplies and the one on the left is for scrapbooking.  Being a visual person, I have to have everything out where I can see it or I just won't use it.  I really like this concept because just seeing the colors and supplies right in front of me is a huge inspiration.  

Main view

My desk is from the Martha Stewart Living Craft Space Collection.  I originally got it a few years ago from Home Decorators.com, but now they carry it at Home Depot.  I love that it is countertop height so I can move around easily and grab supplies.  Just making the change to not sitting while crafting made a huge difference in my work pace.  When I do need to sit to color or do a long project, I use this stool from Ikea.  It's perfect, because it's small and just folds up to be stored away in the corner.   

Side desk

I have all my colored pencils, markers and most-used tools right in front of me on top of my desk.  I was so excited to get this Copic marker storage unit from Organizemore.com.  It makes choosing the right color quick and easy!

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I keep the things I reach for all the time in the drawers like my foam adhesive, black inks, Versamark and stamping platforms.

Inside desk drawers

There's plenty of room under the desk for my plastic drawers.  I keep mostly scrapbooking supplies and other odds and ends in these.

Under desk

I found this cute 3 tier basket at Home Goods.  I keep products I haven't used yet on top and patterned scrap paper down below.


Under desk

This area along the back wall is where I have my sentiment and background stamps, ink, embellishments, and die cutting supplies. I keep items I don't use on a regular basis in the white armoire.  


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Card packaging supplies and tags are in the drawers.

Drawer pulls

 I have my Sizzix ready to go and all my dies near it so I just need to turn around from my desk to do my die cutting.  I also keep a magazine holder with specialty papers like Stick-It and masking paper that I use a lot in my die cutting.

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I keep most of my stand-alone dies in their original packaging and organized by type.  

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Next to the die cutting area are all of my background stamps organized by type.  I keep my colored writing pens next to those, which I use mostly when I scrapbook.

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I keep some favorite wooden stamps and fun objects out for decoration and inspiration.


Ink drawer

In my Alex Drawer Units from Ikea,  I store inks, embellishments, wooden stamps and plain notecards .  I love how the drawers are wide and shallow and open and close so easily.

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I got this desktop file from Michael's to store my enamel dots and rhinestones along with some mixed media products.  I store washi tape and sheets in the drawers below it.

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Library drawer

I found this great way to store washi tape in drawers from Meka  @yespleaseplanning. Be sure to check out her Instagram--her photos are so bright and beautiful!  I got these trays from Amazon and they work perfectly to keep the tape under control.

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For my mixed media, I use a Raskog cart for my paints and sprays.....

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....and this great set of drawers from Amazon for Distress inks and watercolor palettes.  I store my stenciling supplies and brush markers on top.

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I recently put all my cardstock into these job ticket envelopes recommended by Jennifer McGuire.  All the scraps are kept with whole pieces and none of my cardstock gets damaged from taking it in and out.  It's such a great system!

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I keep all my 6x6 paper pads together along with other types of specialty paper.  The baskets make them easy to flip through.

Patterned paper

 I really like the system of keeping my stamps organized by type.  I used to have them by manufacturer, but then I would always be sorting through trying to find what I needed.  I realized the way I work is that I start with the theme of the card and then go from there.  Changing to this system sped up my process so much.  I'm currently in the process of cataloging  my stamps in Evernote to make it even easier to find something specific.  

I keep the stamps from the same manufacturer together within their categories just to keep things in order.   When I have design team work, I keep those supplies in their own bin, then I can quickly reach for what I need.  I like to keep everything in their original packaging too.  I just snip off the top to make an opening to slide the stamp or die out.  I like that I can see the logos and decide what I'm in the mood for.  I keep the dies with their stamp sets unless they can stand alone, like a frame or shape.  I keep my sentiment sets separate too, so if I just need a word or phrase, I can flip through that basket.  

Stamp shelf

Thanks for joining me today.  I Hope you enjoyed this little tour of my space.  I have a list below of my stamp and die categories.  Feel free to borrow them if you would like to use this same system.  If you have any questions, please feel free to email me or leave a comment below. 

 

Stamp Categories:

Banners

Images/Shapes

Food

Floral

Birthday

Fashion

School

Wedding

Seasons

Get Well

Thanks

House and Home (telephones, furniture, etc.)

Kids/Baby

Nature

Retro

Alphabets

Mixed Sentiments

 

Background Stamp Categories:

Floral

Geometric

Stripes

Text

Art

Other

 

Die Categories:

Frames

(MFT) Blueprints

Banners/Flags

Tags

Cover Plates

Flourishes

Shapes

Celebrations

Clothing/Textiles

Stitching

Food

Borders

School/Office

Nature

Home

 

 


Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop--and Coupon Code

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Hi Everyone!

Today, I'm joining in the fun for the Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop.  I used stamps, dies and sequins from the Kat Scrappiness shop to create a fun shaker gift card with tons of dimension. 

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I started out by die cutting 2 rectangular panels using the Never Ending Rectangle Die Set.  I cut a yellow panel with the 2nd largest rectangle and the kraft panel from the 3rd largest. Using the rectangle die makes getting your panels perfectly straight a cinch.  No more crooked edges!  I die cut the Teacup Stack Craft Die from Poppystamps into the kraft panel as well as out of a piece of Gina K. Turquoise Sea cardstock. 

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After covering over the back of the die cut window on the kraft panel with acetate, I adhered the die cut teacups to the front of the window with a Zig 2-Way Glue Pen, flipped the panel over and created the shaker area by lining it with foam tape.

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I created a notecard from white cardstock 4.25x 5.5" and adhered the yellow panel to the front.  I adhered a small piece of kraft cardstock to section off the area where the kraft shaker window would be.  This way the background would be the same color as the front kraft panel.  I filled the area with sequins from the Sparkling Manhattan Mix.

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I die cut another teacup from Gina K.'s Passionate Pink cardstock along with some adhesive foam and adhered the two together.  

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After adhering the shaker window to the front of the card, I layered the foam-backed teacups over the shaker teacups.  I really like the shimmer of those coffee colored sequins!

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I stamped a sentiment from Echo Park's But First Coffee stamp set onto a white piece of cardstock with Versafine Onyx ink.  To add some shine, I covered the black ink with Ranger Clear Embossing Powder and heat embossed it. 

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I made a quick gift card pocket for the inside of the card.  A perfect way to thank a teacher or bus driver with a little coffee "pick-me-up".  I used Lawn Fawn's Let's Polka In The Meadow paper pack and decorated it with some hearts from Doodlebug.

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A Scor-Buddy comes in handy for this.  All I did was take the patterned paper and cut it to 2 times the height of the gift card, give or take.  I left about 1/2 inch on either side to make score lines.  

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I scored the pocket in half and made a snip on either side so I could fold up the pocket and seal the side folds together using Scor Tape.  I used a circle punch to cut a notch in the front.  

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I added a few wood veneer leaves to the front of my card to go with the fall theme.  

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 Thank you so much for joining me today.  I have all the supplies I used linked below.  Be sure to visit the Kat Scrappiness shop to save 15% on all Coffee Themed Products using coupon code: COFFEEHOP from 9/15 to 9/22.  Kat is also a super sponsor for the Blog Hop and will be giving away a $25 gift certificate to the store.  You can go to www.coffeelovingcardmakers.com for more details

 

SUPPLIES:

 My blog uses affiliate links when possible. This means when you click on those links, I may get a small commission (at no cost to you). I only recommend products that I use and love. Thank you so much for your support. I currently participate in affiliate programs with Scrapbook.com, BlueMoonScrapbooking, Ellen Hutson, Hallmark Scrapbook, Concord & 9th, Pinkfresh Studio, Blick Art Materials, Blitsy and Kat Scrappiness.   I am also a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

 

Never Ending Rectangle Die Set

Teacup Stack Craft Die

Gina K. Designs Island Dream Cardstock

Echo Park But First Coffee stamp set

Lawn Fawn Let's Polka In The Meadow 6x6 paper pack

Sparkling Manhattan Sequin Mix

Versafine Onyx Black Ink

Ranger Clear Embossing Powder

Zig 2-Way glue pen

Scor-Buddy

Scor-Tape

Acetate

 

 

 

 


My Favorite Things 2017 Card Design Superstar Entry

Hi Everyone!

I'm stopping in today to show you the card I'm entering in MFT's Card Design Superstar contest. I created a card for the Clean and Simple Genius category using MFT's Tropical Flowers, Rectangle Word Window Frames and a sentiment from my favorite: Boss Babe.  

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When I first bought the window frames, I knew I wanted to use them to do a fun, modern backdrop.  It's great that you get 3 different sizes in the package--3s always look pleasing on a card!

Here's another look--I heat embossed Vertigris and neon orange powder for the flowers.

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Thanks so much for joining me.  The contest goes until 9/21 and they have 3 different categories you can enter your cards in plus huge prizes!

 

SUPPLIES:

 My blog uses affiliate links when possible. This means when you click on those links, I may get a small commission (at no cost to you). I only recommend products that I use and love. Thank you so much for your support. I currently participate in affiliate programs with Scrapbook.com, BlueMoonScrapbooking, Ellen Hutson, Hallmark Scrapbook, Concord & 9th, Pinkfresh Studio, Blick Art Materials, Blitsy and Kat Scrappiness. 

 


Kat Scrappiness Design Team Project: Sending You Prayers

 

Hello Everyone!

It's Heidi, and I'm back with a project using the Never Ending Oval Dies as well as the Waves Border Dies.

Every once in awhile, we need to send cards to people during difficult times.  Soothing words and comforting scenes are always nice options for these types of cards.  I thought the waves paired with a sentiment from Hero Arts Prayers Stamp & Cut set would work really well.

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I started off with 3 colors of Distress Ink to create a sunset to go over the water.

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Using Post-It tape, I masked off 3 sections to layer the colors with an ink blending tool.

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When I was done, I used my ink blending tool and more ink to blend the lines together.

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For the waves, I die cut one of each of the Waves Border Dies with an extra scalloped wave to make four total.  I used white cardstock and did not separate them from the paper until after blending some Nuvo Embellishment Mousse in Cornflower Blue onto each wave.  This was my first time using the mousse and now I want every color!  It blends like butter and gives a subtle, frosted sheen that is so pretty.

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After blending the mousse onto the waves, I adhered them to the bottom portion of my notecard using Ranger Multi Medium Matte and cut off the excess on the sides.

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Using the second largest Never Ending Ovals die, I cut a frame from navy blue cardstock to adhere to the front of my notecard.
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Before securing the frame down, I placed it over the front of my card so I could stamp the sentiment right where I wanted it.

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I decided the navy blue frame needed something else, so I took the oval a size below the one I used originally, and die cut it into some white cardstock to create a mat to go underneath the navy frame.

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I decorated the word "prayers" with a Spectrum Noir Clear Overlay Sparkle Marker just on the thicker areas to highlight them.

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I added a few large sequins from the Rock Candy Sequin Mix and a couple of tiny clear sequins from the Peppermint Twists Sequin Mix.  These little sparkle sequins that come in some of Kat's mixes are great, because you can use them alone just when you need a little something, but not too much, for an embellishment.  I used Glossy Accents to adhere them to the card.

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Thanks so much for joining me today.  You can head over to the Kat Scrappiness store to shop for the supplies I used on this project.  Be sure to use the coupon code: Heidi10 to get 10% off your order.  Have a great day!

SUPPLIES:

 My blog uses affiliate links when possible. This means when you click on those links, I may get a small commission (at no cost to you). I only recommend products that I use and love. Thank you so much for your support. I currently participate in affiliate programs with Scrapbook.com, BlueMoonScrapbooking, Ellen Hutson, Hallmark Scrapbook, Concord & 9th, Pinkfresh Studio, Blick Art Materials, Blitsy and Kat Scrappiness. 

Never Ending Oval Dies

Waves Border Dies

Hero Arts Prayers Stamp & Cut

Lawn Fawn Jet Black Dye Ink

Glossy Accents

Ranger Multi Medium Matte

Nuvo Mousse: Cornflower Blue

Rock Candy Sequin Mix

Peppermint Twists Sequin Mix

Spectrum Noir Clear Overlay Sparkle Marker

Tim Holtz Tonic Stamp Platform

Distress Inks: Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmelade, Squeezed Lemonade

Adhesive Runner

Navy blue cardstock

White cardstock

Ink Blending Tool

Mini Sponge Dauber

Post-It Tape


Papertrey Ink Make it Monday Challenge: Small Images on Repeat

Hi Everyone!

I'm joining in this week for PTI's Make It Monday Challenge. This project uses tiny images to create a repeated or related pattern.  I thought this would be a perfect time to create a food card.  I have a couple of stamp sets with the cutest little food images.   Here's what I came up with:

I used PTI's Noted: Scalloped A1 Die Collection to create a notecard cut from Vintage Jadeite and White Basics patterned paper.  For the images, I used stamps from Petite Places: Main Street and Everyday Treats.  A stamp press like the Misti or Tim Holtz Tonic Stamp Platform is really handy for perfect stamp placement.

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Since the images were solid, I just used black ink to stamp, then added a bright pink gingham ribbon to offset the black and white.  I added a daisy sticker from my stash for a cute little detail.  This would be a great little thank you to a friend who picked up the lunch tab or you could even put a gift card inside! 

 

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Thanks for joining me today!

 

 

 

 


Just Because.....Masculine Card

Hi Everyone!

I'm just popping in with a quick card I made inspired by a challenge that was up on SugarPea Designs.   I chose to use the sketch mainly, with some color and pattern elements from the photo. 

I have been wanting to try My Favorite Thing's Color Drops Stax dies for awhile and they were perfect for what I was going for--a retro/masculine card.

 

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I created a card base using Simon Says Stamp's Seaglass and die cut the 3rd largest "drop" into opposite corners.  I cut the next smallest drop twice using Papertrey Ink's white cardstock and Neenah Desert Storm for a "shadow effect".  I used the Desert Storm, for the skateboard that's against the wall in the photo.  I stamped sentiments from Technique Tuesday's Queen Anne's Lace stamp set (retired) onto each drop using Versafine black ink.  The script has a "retro" feel so I thought it would coordinate well with my design.  To match the pillow in the photo, I adhered a piece of Lawn Fawn's Pint-Sized Patterns: Beachside onto the inside of front of the card so it was peeking out of the die cut holes.  It's nice because the back of that paper is white, so you have a place to write a note inside the card.  

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I used a little foam tape to pop up and offset each drop from the the patterned drops.  I added enamel dots and then, some really fun sequins from the Kat Scrappiness shop that have a little bit of a masculine feel.  Don't you love how they're shaped like little bolts? A quick and easy card for someone special.  Thanks so much for joining me today and be sure to check out some of the great Labor Day Sales going on right now from some of my affiliates.  Just click on the banners to be brought to the stores.  

Have a safe and fun weekend!

Katscrappiness.com

15% off sitewide and free sequins on orders over $30!

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Scrapbook.com is offering an additional 5% off at checkout--this includes sale items!  Just use code: EXTRAFIVE.  Ends 9/3/17.

 

 

 

Blitsy is having a HUGE warehouse sale.  Everything that is part of the sale is at least half off!--Lots of planner supplies too :).

 

SUPPLIES:

 My blog uses affiliate links when possible. This means when you click on those links, I may get a small commission (at no cost to you). I only recommend products that I use and love. Thank you so much for your support. I currently participate in affiliate programs with Scrapbook.com, BlueMoonScrapbooking, Ellen Hutson, Hallmark Scrapbook, Concord & 9th, Pinkfresh Studio, Blick Art Materials, Blitsy and Kat Scrappiness. 

 

 Blue Steel Sequin Mix - Shaker Card Fillers

Blue Steel Sequin Mix: Kat Scrappiness

 Lawn Fawn: Pint-Sized Patterns: Beachside

 


Sending Happy Thoughts: Kat Scrappiness Design Team Project

Hello Everyone!

I'm so excited to bring you my first card as a Kat Scrappiness Design Team Member.  I used a ton of great products from the store to create this cheerful card, including the Never Ending Square Dies and the Fancy Scalloped Stitched Border Dies.

 

 

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To make the square notecard, I took an 8 1/2 x 11 piece of white cardstock, scored it down the middle and folded it in half.

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I covered the notecard with some striped paper from Pink Paislee's C'est La Vie 6x6 paper pad.

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Then, I took the largest square from the Never Ending Square Die Set and placed it on top with just the edge of the die hanging over the top fold.  This will be where the card opens so keeping the die over the edge will keep that part from cutting.  After it's cut, the notecard will measure 5 3/8 x 5 1/4 in.

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You can use this cutting technique with any of the Never-Ending die shapes to get all types of sizes and shapes.  It's a great way to get even more value from the dies!

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Using the 4th largest square from the set, I cut a panel from Gina K.'s Turquoise Sea card stock.

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I used the same square to cut another white cardstock panel, then, I die cut one of the borders from the Fancy Scalloped Stitched Border Dies set across the bottom.

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Using my Tim Holtz Tonic Stamp Platform, I stamped a sentiment from Lawn Fawn's Happy Happy Happy stamp set onto the scalloped panel.

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For the flowers, I used some blooms from the Mudra Linen Blooms stamp set and heat embossed them with silver embossing powder onto some vellum.

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I flipped the vellum over and colored over the flowers with a Copic marker.

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Using scissors, I cut out the flowers.  Vellum is very forgiving, so if you're not as comfortable fussy cutting, this is very easy.  I did a few more than I thought I'd use just so I could play around with the design.

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To put the card together, I adhered the scalloped panel with the sentiment on top of the turquoise panel.  I needed a little more color, so I slipped in a strip of yellow dotted paper from Lawn Fawn's Let's Polka in the Meadow 6x6 paper pad in between the two panels.  I popped the whole thing up with foam tape onto the main notecard and arranged the flowers in the corner using glue dots.  For a little embellishment, I added some of Kat's Sparkling Clear Droplets and and a tiny sequin to the center of each flower.  The sequins were part of Kat's Fairytale Princess mix.  They add just a hint of sparkle to those big purple blooms.

 

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Here's a closer look.......

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Thanks so much for joining me today.  You can head over to the Kat Scrappiness store to find all the supplies I used for this project.  The shop is having a sale today through Labor Day.  Just click on the banner below to get to the shop.   Have a great day!

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SUPPLIES:

 My blog uses affiliate links when possible. This means when you click on those links, I may get a small commission (at no cost to you). I only recommend products that I use and love. Thank you so much for your support. I currently participate in affiliate programs with Scrapbook.com, BlueMoonScrapbooking, Ellen Hutson, Hallmark Scrapbook, Concord & 9th, Pinkfresh Studio, Blick Art Materials, Blitsy and Kat Scrappiness. 

Never Ending Square Dies by Kat Scrappiness

Fancy Scalloped Stitched Border Dies by Kat Scrappiness

Mudra Stamps: Linen Blooms

Lawn Fawn: Happy Happy Happy stamp set

Pink Paislee C'est La Vie 6x6 paper pack

Lawn Fawn Let's Polka in the Meadow Petite Paper Pack 6x6

Gina K. Designs Cardstock: Island Dream

Sparkling Clear Droplets sampler pack

Fairytale Princess sequin mix

Tim Holtz Tonic Stamp Platform

Scor-Buddy Mini scoring board

Inkadinkado Embossing Magic Pad

Versamark Ink

White cardstock

Black dye ink

Vellum

Foam Tape

Adhesive tape runner

Glue dots


(Video): Kat Scrappiness September Cardmaking Haul

Hi Everyone!

Today, I have a little haul video showing my first design team package from Kat Scrappiness along with a few other fun things I picked up from the shop.  The products featured in my video are all linked below.  Be sure to use my coupon code: Heidi10 to receive 10% off your purchase (exclusions apply-see katscrappiness.com for more details).  

I will be showing my first project this Friday, Sept. 1 on my blog and the Kat Scrappiness Blog, so stay tuned......Thanks for watching!

 

 

 

 

 My blog uses affiliate links when possible. This means when you click on those links, I may get a small commission (at no cost to you). I only recommend products that I use and love. Thank you so much for your support. I currently participate in affiliate programs with Scrapbook.com, BlueMoonScrapbooking, Ellen Hutson, Hallmark Scrapbook, Concord & 9th, Pinkfresh Studio, Blick Art Materials, Blitsy and Kat Scrappiness. 

 

Kat Scrappiness Shop Supplies Featured in the Video:

Never Ending Square Dies

Never Ending Circle Dies

Never Ending Oval Dies

Never Ending Rectangle Dies

Waves Border Dies

Fancy Scalloped Stitched Border Dies

Fairytale Princess sequin mix

Sparkling Manhattan sequin mix

Tim Holtz Tonic Stamp Platform

Happy Birthday stamp set by Mudra

Grateful Hollow stamp by Mudra

Thanks stamp set by Mudra

Daisy Blooms stamp set by Mudra

Linen Blooms stamp set by Mudra

Echo Park Bats #2 stencil

Gerda Steiner Designs Bats stamp set

Gina Marie Designs June Stencils bundle

Sweet Lilac Nuvo  Crystal Drops

Bubblegum Blush Nuvo Crystal Drops

Simply White Nuvo Crystal Drops

Nuvo Embellishment Mousse-Cornflower

Spooky Sparkles sequin mix

Sparkling Clear Droplets Sampler Pack

 

 

 

 


It's Your Day!

Hi Everyone!

 

Today, I have a card for this week's Freshly Made Sketches Challenge.  How fun is this sketch?

They wanted us to use 3 different shapes in a cluster.  I went through my stamps and tried to find a theme to base my cluster on.  I chose wedding day and used an "oldie" from Lawn Fawn.  The Happily Ever After stamp set is unfortunately retired, but I just love it!  It was one of the first Lawn Fawn sets I purchased.  

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It's hard to see in the photo, but I lightly outlined the dress in a BG10 Copic marker to keep it white but give some definition.  I also filled it in with a clear Spectrum Noir sparkle pen.  

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The sentiment is from a Winnie and Walter set called The Party.  I thought the script went really well with the wedding images.  

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Thanks so much for joining me today!

 

SUPPLIES:

 My blog uses affiliate links when possible. This means when you click on those links, I may get a small commission (at no cost to you). I only recommend products that I use and love. Thank you so much for your support. I currently participate in affiliate programs with Scrapbook.com, BlueMoonScrapbooking, Ellen Hutson, Hallmark Scrapbook, Concord & 9th, Pinkfresh Studio, Blick Art Materials, Blitsy and Kat Scrappiness.