I love this cute little stamp and die set from Mama Elephant, cute puppies and Yappy Birthday sentiment. I also used my new Rolling Hills die from #MFT stamps. I colored the puppies using my copic markers and used my distress ink to make the sky background on my paper. I cut a couple of clouds from white cardstock and inked the edges then popped one up with some foam adhesive for dimension. I mounted that on some patterned paper and then affixed it to a top folding 5.25 by 4.5 card base.
I used my #MFT Stamp set Cute Critters to make this Valentine card. I layered the stamped images to form my scene and then colored them with my Prismacolor pencils. Then I stamped and embossed the single heart outline image randomly to create a background.
Penguin spinner card I made using Chill wishes stamp set from MFT.
THIS FILE BOX MAKES SUCH A CUTE TREAT BOX TO FILL WITH GOODIES.
THIS WOULD BE A GREAT DIE TO USE FOR ANY HOLIDAY OR OCCASION.
My first projects using me new stamps and dies from MFT. I used the Polar Bear Pals stamp and die set and the new snow-capped mountains and birch tree dies. I loved coloring in the polar bears with Copic markers.
Thanks card using Tim Holtz products. I used the Tim Holtz Holiday Greens, mini, die set to make my pine bough. I coated them in versa mark ink and clear heat embossed them. I added a Thank you sentiment from the Tim Holtz Bird talk stamp, die and embossing folder set. I used the embossing folder on the white background piece. I added a pretty bow from American Crafts and then added a few clear sequins around on the boughs.
I used the Hero Arts layering tree stamp for this card along with presents and a star from the Frosty Fairy Friends stamp and die set from Lawn Fawn to make this card for my last entry into the Hero Arts holiday card challenge.
My fourth entry for the Hero Arts Holiday card challenge. I really need to get some new Hero Arts products, I have used the Owl Christmas set on four different cards now so you can see a bunch of different things you can do with just one product. Hero Arts has some really nice products out now that I would love to get.
I decided to make this one a shaker card so I used the new Memory Box Tree Branch Circle die for the shaker portion of the card. I cut around it with a circle die and then a thin frame around the circle. I filled it with some glitter and sequins. I colored my owl with colored pencils and then fussy cut it out and mounted it on top of the peace sentiment which is also part of the Owl Christmas stamp set. I mounted the shaker portion on top of some matching polka dot paper and then added it to the front of my card base. The card is a square card about 4.5 by 4.5 inches. I tied a little pink twine bow for the front of the owl. I finished the card off with some peacock liquid pearls on a couple of the polkadots.
Another entry into the Hero arts holiday card challenge. I used the same Owl Christmas stamp set and I also used the Holly Flourish background stamp which I heat embossed using clear powder. It gives it a nice tone on tone look. I used my copic markers to color the owls and then fussy cut them and raised them up on dimensional stickers. Some red sequins in the corner mimic the Holly berries.
My second card for the Hero Arts Holiday cards entry. I used the Owl Christmas stamp set, it’s an older set but Owls are still the in thing. I also stamped the background with some of the snowflakes included in the set and then embossed them with silver embossing powder. The pink hills are from the stitched hillside pop up die from Lawn Fawn. I love that I can trim off the pop up tabs and use them as regular hillsides. I love doing Christmas cards in nontraditional Christmas colors. I framed it all with stitched rectangles from Avery Elle.