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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Slimline Fall Thank You


Today I have a Fall slimline thank you card with a burlap frame that makes a pretty background for leaves.  Here's how it was made-

  • Die-cut burlap using the Slimline OPC Scallop Die.  I use the Crossover ll that Rubbernecker carries because you can adjust the pressure by turning a knob on top, so you don't have to mess around with changing out plates.  It really is wonderful, quick and easy!

  • Attach the die-cut burlap to a cream-colored panel that is slightly smaller than the burlap.

  • Next die-cut leaves in Fall colors of cardstock and glue them to all three of the openings.

  • Stamp "Thank you" in each of the openings using the sentiment from the Best Wishes Etc clear set using Pumpkin Color Fuse Ink.

  • Layer the slimline piece to a slightly larger piece of decorative paper.
  • Now to dress it up a little, black and white ribbon was tied into bows for each of the leaf clusters and Ebony Black Nuvo Crystal Drops were randomly placed around each thank you.



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I am on various Design Teams and get free goodies for blogging about craft products but only because I love their products and genuinely use them. Ultimately my opinions are my own. A list of companies is in my sidebar.
Being part of various affiliate programs – when you click on an affiliate link and then go on to make a purchase, at no cost to you, I receive a small commission.  The affiliates I use include Rubbernecker Stamps.

Friday, October 15, 2021

Spooky Halloween


I don't know if you've noticed, but I like to make my cards using techniques that aren't too time-consuming and this Halloween card is one of those.


  • I started out by stamping the Slimline Spooky Scene on white cardstock with VersaMark Ink and embossed it with black embossing powder.
  • Then use the Clouds Stencil to add yellow, purple and pink inks using blender brushes.


  • This was then die-cut using the Slimline Nested Die, the largest one.
  • It was then layered to a slightly larger black panel and popped up on an orange card.


  • The sentiment was made by individually stamping the letters from the Toy Blocks and Letters Combo with VersaMark ink on black cardstock and embossed with white embossing powder.
  • Pop it up on the right side of the card with foam squares and add a orange enamel dot.




Cardstock- Printworks
Blender Brushes- Taylored Expressions
Inks- Distress Inks
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Being part of various affiliate programs – when you click on an affiliate link and then go on to make a purchase, at no cost to you, I receive a small commission.  The affiliates I use include Rubbernecker Stamps.

Winter Wishes Christmas Tag



Hi, today I have a Christmas gift tag that's not just a tag but also part of the gift since it's reusable! Head on over to the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Blog to find out just how easy this is to make and what adhesives to use.



Rubbernecker Stamps- Die used for the frames (click on graphic below).
Wendy Vecchi- Holly from Warm Wishes Stamp, Die and Stencil Set.

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Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Autumn Thank You


Die-cut leaves from the Leaf Die Set using PrintWorks white cardstock.



Use blender brushes or sponges to add Color Fuse Ink from sets #2, #3, and #11.  Make the solid leaves a little darker than the open-cut leaves.
Glue the open-cut leaves to the matching solid leaves and set aside.


For the background, I had previously made a background using the new Plaid Texture Stencil using Carved Pumpkin Distress Oxide Ink.  The stencil had a lot of ink on it when I was done, so rather than wasting it, I spritzed it with water, placed a piece of watercolor paper on top and gave it a little rub. This gave me a pretty background.
Die-cut the watercolor paper with a die from the Nested Rectangle Stitch Die Cut Set and layer it onto a slightly larger rust panel.  Apply foam squares to the pack and pop it up on a light orange card.


Glue the green and brown leaves to the panel as shown and pop us the green leaf using foam squares.
Die-cut the You Script w/Shadow Die from green and orange papers, glue together as shown and glue to the panel.
Stamp "Thank" from the Best Wishes Set with black ink on a strip of orange paper. Pop it up on the panel as shown.
Add gold glitter enamel dots to the card as shown



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Being part of various affiliate programs – when you click on an affiliate link and then go on to make a purchase, at no cost to you, I receive a small commission.  The affiliates I use include Rubbernecker Stamps.

Friday, October 1, 2021

A Sparkly BOO To You



Happy October 1st!  To start off October with a Halloween card that's a little sparkly and a little spooky up on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Blog today.  Head on over to check out how my card was made and what adhesives were used.

Dies, Stencil, Inks- Rubbernecker Stamps
Black Glitter- Stampendous
Cardstock  & Glitter Paper- PrintWorks


Rubbernecker Products Used
 
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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Slimline Hello


To celebrate Autumn, I have a slimline friendship card in Fall colors made with dies and one stamp. Read on for how it was made.

  • Die-cut decorative paper using the Slimline Solid Scallop w/ Holes Die and the SLI Circle Lattice Die and glue it onto a white cardstock panel.

  • Use the Organic Shapeable Daisy Die to die-cut yellow and green cardstock from PrintWorks.
  • Add Pumpkin and Juniper Color Fuse inks to the edges of the petals and leaves using blender brushes.

  • Die-cut the Hello Script w/ Shadow Die from black cardstock and gold glitter paper from PrintWorks.  Glue the gold glitter Hello to the black Hello Shadow.

  • Glue the Daisy and Hello to the Lattice Circle piece as shown.
  • Stamp the sentiment from the Thanks Set on a strip of white cardstock with black ink.
  • Glue the Circle Lattice panel to a slightly larger yellow panel then onto a white slimline card.
  • Glue all of the pieces to the card as shown and add a gold glitter dot to the sentiment.
 

organic shapeable daisy die 5301-05D

  • Die-cut decorative paper using the Slimline Solid Scallop w/ Holes Die and the SLI Circle Lattice Die and glue it onto a white cardstock panel.
  • Use the Organic Shapeable Daisy Die to die-cut yellow and green cardstock from PrintWorks.
  • Add Pumpkin and Juniper Color Fuse inks to the edges of the petals and leaves using blender brushes. 
  • Die-cut the Hello Script w/ Shadow Die from black cardstock and gold glitter paper from PrintWorks.  Glue the gold glitter Hello to the black Hello Shadow.
  • Glue the Daisy and Hello to the Lattice Circle piece as shown.
  • Stamp the sentiment from the Thanks Set on a strip of white cardstock with black ink.
  • Glue the Circle Lattice panel to a slightly larger yellow panel then onto a white slimline card.
  • Glue all of the pieces to the card as shown and add a gold glitter dot to the sentiment.

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Being part of various affiliate programs – when you click on an affiliate link and then go on to make a purchase, at no cost to you, I receive a small commission.  The affiliates I use include Rubbernecker Stamps.

Monday, September 20, 2021

Hug From The Inside

 


Even though I'm still waiting for Autumn weather here in Oklahoma, it's 97 degrees today, I'm making winter cards.  I made this one using the Cocoa Gnome and Cocoa Hug stamps from Stampendous, using Christmas colors but it would also be cute in other colors since they aren't necessarily Christmas stamps.


Supplies

Stampendous
Q257 Cocoa Gnome
H339 Cocoa Hug
Mixed Media White Paper
Onyx Black VersaFine Ink

PlusPen
Prisma Colored Pencils
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L- Dual Tip Glue, Stars, 3D Foam Circles
Black and White Twine
Nested Banner Stitch Die
Decorative Paper
Red Cardstock

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Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Birthday Card and Gift Box


Hi there, today I have a slimline birthday card and a coordinating little pillow gift box made using Simple Stories Happily Ever After, Collector's Essential Kit, up on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Blog.

Simple Stories make such pretty kits, it makes card making and gift box making so quick and easy and adhesives from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L has all of the adhesives you'll need to keep everything stuck together.

Head on over to their blog and check it out!

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Friday, September 3, 2021

Pumpkin Stack


Happy Friday! I hope you all will be able to get some crafting done this weekend.  Today I have a Halloween card made with the cute Gnome Patch stamp from Stampendous.
  • I stamped the image on Mixed Media White Cardstock with VersaFine Onyx Black ink and colored it with Prisma Colored Pencils.  
  • To shadow around my image, I used Broken China Distress Ink with a blending brush.  
  • The image was layered on some pretty decorative paper that I ran across while cleaning my stamp room, I just love finding things that I've forgotten about!
  • I used adhesives from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L and the purple and green cardstock are from PrintWorks.

 



Supplies
Stampendous
P370 Gnome Patch
SSC007 Storybook Alphabet Perfectly Clear Set
Mixed Media White Paper
Onyx Black VersaFine Ink

Plus
Prisma Colored Pencils
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L- Dual Tip Glue, 3D Foam Circles,
PrintWorks- Cardstock in Green, Purple
The Paper Studio- Decorative Paper

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Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Fall Greetings

Hi, Jamie here with you today and I have a Fall card that has tons of sparkle.  


Start with a tan card and die-cut the top flap with an edge die.  Cut a strip of Adhesive Sheet that's a little larger than your leaves, remove one side of the liner and place it in the center of your card.  Cut an additional piece to place on the bottom of the inside of the card so that it is seen when the card is closed.


Die-cut your leaves from Fall colored cardstock.


 Remove the top liner from the adhesive sheet and place three leaves on the adhesive as shown.


Sprinkle the rest of the adhesive with Mahogany glitter and rub with your finger to ensure adhesion. Also, remove the liner from the strip on the inside of the card and add glitter.  Shake off the excess and return it to the bottle.


Place a strip of Crafty Power Tape above and below the glitter piece on the front of the card, remove the liners and sprinkle with Seafoam Green Glitter. Stamp Greetings on the bottom of the card with VersaMark Ink and emboss with Lettuce Embossing Powder.  Stamp the sentiment on a strip of goldenrod cardstock with brown ink and pop up on the top of the card using 3D Foam Strips.  Use a white gel pen to outline parts of the card as shown.



Skill Level: Intermediate

Creative Time: 35 minutes


Materials Needed:

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®

Crafty Power Tape Polybag 81ft.

3D Foam Circles White Mix

3D Foam Strips

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®

Adhesives Sheets 4 x 6in.


Plus
Stampendous- Stamps, Glitter, Embossing Powder
Rubbernecker Stamps- Leaves Die






Sunday, August 29, 2021

Christmas Tag


When you make your Christmas cards, do you also make tags for your gifts?  It's an easy and cute way to make your gifts look a little extra special.  This cute little Christmas stamp is from the Stampendous Happy Holiday Perfectly Clear Set.  I used Shabby White Embossing Enamel also from Stampendous for the snow to give it a little texture.  Rather than punching a hole at the top to tie the tag to the gift with ribbon, I choose to use a small clothespin, it's a fun alternative.

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Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Thanks Floral Slimline


I'm back with another new release from Rubbernecker Stamps.  This slimline card uses the beautiful Just Love stamp set. The color combinations that you can use with this are endless!

Here's how my card was made-
  • Die-cut white cardstock using the Slimline Deckle Die.
  • Stamp Thanks three times in the middle of the die-cut piece starting with Mango, Rose and then Bubblegum Color Fuse Inks.
  • Stamp the first layer of the flower with Rose ink at the top of the panel and once on a scrap piece of white cardstock that will be cut out once the different layers have been stamped.
  • Sometimes when we make a card the colors don't quite work the way we envisioned in our head and that' what happened with the bottom flowers so just ignore those.  That's why you're stamping the flowers on a scrap to cut out and pop up over my mistake hahaha.

  • Stamp the second layer of the flower with Bubblegum ink and stamp the centers with black ink, do this on the panel and the scrap paper.  
  • Cut out the flower that's stamped on the scrap paper and pop it up on the bottom of the panel.




  • Stamp the stems with Mist and Clover inks, cut out and glue underneath the flowers on the bottom of the panel.

  • Layer this on a slightly larger pink panel and glue it to a white card.
  • Die-cut pink decorative paper with the Small Butterflies Die Cut and glue it to the top of the card and add a little rhinestone to the center of the body.
  • Randomly add black and white enamel dots and you're done!


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I am on various Design Teams and get free goodies for blogging about craft products but only because I love their products and genuinely use them. Ultimately my opinions are my own. A list of companies is in my sidebar.
Being part of various affiliate programs – when you click on an affiliate link and then go on to make a purchase, at no cost to you, I receive a small commission.  The affiliates I use include Rubbernecker Stamps.