Category: Paper Crafting
Designing With Triangles (Part 3)
For the last card in this series, I chose to make a landscape orientation card but, this layout also works well in portrait orientation if you want a different look. Stampin’ Up! Products Used: Other Products Used: After cutting my cardstock to the desired sizes, I marked the center of the top edge of the…
Designing With Triangles (Part 2)
The second card in this series is landscape orientation. The steps to make the triangles are the same as the portrait style except the center mark to start the cuts is on the long side of the rectangle. Stampin’ Up! Products used for this card: Other Products used: Mark the center of one long side…
Designing with Triangles (Part 1)
My design was inspired by this tutorial by Gloria Plunkett: https://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/overlappingfunfoldcard/ Stampin’ Up! Products used in my card: I started by cutting a piece of cardstock at 11″ x 4 1/4″ to make a top fold card base. Then I cut coordinating cardstock for a mat layer at 5 1/4″ x 4″ and patterned paper…
I am still using up my leftover Watercolor Photo paper backgrounds. This time I used the Stampin’ Up! Split Textures die on a 4 x 5 1/2 inch piece of white card then placed a watercolored photo background behind the die cut. I then layered it on a black card base. Next I cut 3…
I made this card using a leftover from the Watercolor Backgrounds post. The dies I used are Brilliant Wings and Split Textures, both sets from Stampin’ Up! The other supplies are black card, white card, glue and foam adhesive. I used foam adhesive to attach the butterfly and my card was finished.
Faux Patterned Paper
I used stencils to create faux patterned paper layers for the background of this card. This card is made with just one piece of 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch cardstock. Using a stamp from Rubber Hedgehog. I stamped the focal image then colored it with Prismacolor pencils. I masked the the stamped image then…
Use Prismacolor pencils to create a resist for an ink blended background.
Using Photo paper and dye ink to make watercolor backgrounds. This is a project I did with a group of 6-11 year old children at a Church daycamp this year. The kids loved making these cards. I cut and prepped everything for them in advance but, even without me to do that for you, you…
Honeybee Scrapbook Layout
I used my favorite Designer Series Paper to make a 3 page scrapbook layout to go in a standard 3 ring binder.
My easiest Quiet Meadow card yet! This simple card really needs no further explanation. Print the shopping list and purchase what you need from my store then have fun making multiples of this quick card!