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HUGS!

Hi Everyone!

It's Karin from PeppermintPatty's Papercraft, here to share some inspiration. For today's card I've played with some adorable products from Paper Smooches and MFT and Lawn Fawn.







This is a very fast and simple card - not a lot of instructions needed. I simply diecut a mini scalloped rectangle from watercolor cardstock and stamped and colored my image with copic markers. When I was done I added lots of glossy accent to the jar and let that dry before adhering the rectangle to my cardbase with foam adhesive. (I know the glossy accent doesn't show well inte picture but it looks beautiful IRL)

Supplies:

Stamps:
Paper Smooches Best Buds

Paper:
Lawn Fawn Polka Mon Ami

Dies:
My Favorite Things Mini Scallope rectangle


Ink:
Tuxedo Black ink
Rangers Distress Ink


Adhesives:
Foam Adhesive
Dot Gluetape
Glossy Accent

Coloring Mediums:
Copic Markers




Have a great day, hugs, Karin My blogMy InstagramMy Pinterest

"Hippo birdie to you" a cute interactive card feat. Lawn Fawn!

Happy monday everyone!!
Hope you had an amazing week-end!
It's franci ( fridayfinally) here today with a cute interactive card feat. Lawn Fawn! :)
Here's what i created...


How sweet is that little hippo?! And he also got a little bird as a friend! They are from the " Year four" stamp set by Lawn Fawn and yeah, it's a mini set so .. it's super affordable and with those cuties you have sooo many scenes to create so it's versatile too! :) I also used their coordinate dies to have some perfectly die-cut images. Here are some other photos of my card...

First of all i stamped all my images with Memento tuxedo black ink and i colored them with copics, then i die cut them and i glued them together. I also die cut 2 rectangles from a piece of white cardstock and i gave them some colors sponging some Tumbled Glass distress ink on the first piece to create my sky and some Shabby Shutters distress ink to create my grass. I also die cut the green piece to create a lit…

Guest Designer Sunday with Elena Roussakis

Today, we're starting to wrap up May with our amazing guest designer, Elena Roussakis's last post!
She is nothing short of amazing, and we've been so thankful and happy she spent time with us as our Guest Designer for the month of May! Be sure to check out her adorable Etsy shop!

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Elena's card today uses another new release fromNeat and Tangled and it's seriously SO ADORABLE!



That little boy and the over sized coffee cup from the Big Bold Brew stamp set is just so cute!
I just love the use of the dies and that awesome BOLD red diagonal stripe!! 

The white circle die over the kraft is so cool! And the sentiment looks GREAT heat embossed in white over that adorable teal coffee cup! 

Please join me in thanking Elena for an INCREDIBLE month of inspiration and awe-some cards!! We're so thankful she was able to join us and share her talent!!

Cute and Quaint Birthday Wishes...

Hello beautiful crafty people!!!  It is Lisa Lahiff here today and I'm so happy to be guesting on the blog this month! Woot woot!  Have you check out all of the amazing new goodies in the store lately? Hello drool!  Any who, today I am sharing a small little birthday card using a mix of patterned papers, dies and stamps...



To create this card I started by diecutting my selected patterned paper from the new My Minds Eye On Trend 2 6 x 6 paper pad with the My Favorite Things Die-namics Inside & Out Stitched Square Stax.  Next I layered them wonky and with foam adhesive for dimension.  I then used the My Favorite Things Die-namics Bold Greenery to place on either side of the frames.  I then used the Mint Owl Studio Scripty Sentiments Stamp Set for my sentiment along with Deep Sea Ink by Lawn Fawn.
Thanks so much for stopping by today and Happy Crafting! Lisa


Love, Love, Love, Love

Hey ya'll! I am back with a layout that is oh so dear to my heart. This layout was hard to do at one point during the process. See this is our family dog Hunter, and Hunter passed away a couple of months ago. It has been the hardest thing to go through especially with our children. I will never forget having to tell our children that he will no longer be with us.. Okay I crying now but Anyways I wanted to document this photo of him.

I think it's important to document that good and bad of life. It reminds us of why we are grateful for what we have and what it took to get there. I wanted to do a little mixed media with this layout, so I got the black paint out and just let the paint brush go! It was so fun! 
I also used a cute file from Ashley Horton and the paper I used for the cut file is Pebbles Everyday 6x6 Paper Pad by Jen Hadfield I have used every single paper in this paper pad and I love that feeling! Nothing like using every bit of product you have. Money well spent! We…

Triple Rainbow

Greetings, all!  It's Lorraine (Created by Lorraine) sharing a set of cards I made using Paper Smooches' Rainbow die.  This post is filled with lots of photos, so please bear with me:)  Here's the first card, which uses a sentiment from the Paper Smooches Flap Happy stamp set:


I created the rainbow by running the die 6 times through my die-cut machine, in all the colors of the rainbow.  I used this little paper sample pack I picked up at a stationery convention a few years ago.  Those pieces of cardstock have really come in handy when all I need is a bit of color!


Then I arranged the pieces in rainbow order, then reverse rainbow, then random order:)  And, I have a bunch more pieces to make more rainbows for later projects.

Next, I ran die cut the rainbow on a card panel just so I could use the negative space as a guide when assembling the rainbow.  Then I masked off the area below the rainbow, blended some distress ink to look like sunshine, and stamped the sentiment.


I …

Happy Bird-day!

Hey there, everyone!   It's Kimberly, from Kimplete Kreativity back with you again to share a tweet birthday card using supplies by MFT! SUPPLIES I'm Tweet On You Stamp Set - My Favorite Things I'm Tweet On You Dies - My Favorite Things Die-Namics Zig-Zag Stitched Rectangle Stax Bold Paisley Stencil - My Favorite Things Arctic Ink - Altenew Onyx Black Ink - Versafin Glossy Accents  Colored Pencils 
First I created my background by using the Bold Paisley Stencil with the Arctic Ink from Altenew.   This is a fantastic color for creating a subtle background.   I did add a tiny bit of Caribbean Sky as well, just along the edges of the stencil.   I adhered the panel to a piece of light blue cardstock and added a frame created from two sizes of rectangles in the Zig-Zag Stitched Stax.     I stamped and die cut all the various little pieces from the I'm Tweet On You Stamp set and colored them in with colored pencils.   I added Glossy Accents to the water in the bird bath as well.…

Happy Birthday Faries

Hi Everyone!

It's Karin from PeppermintPatty's Papercraft, here to share some inspiration. For today's card I've played with some adorable products from Lawn Fawn.







Instructions:

Trim a panel and sponge it lightly with distress ink.Ink a piece oc White cardstock with the same ink color but use more ink to get it darker.When you have a smooth color, diecut a flowerborder, trim and adhere to bottom of your panel.Diecut a sentiment border and att to top of panel with clear tape adhesive.Stamp and diecut two faries and adhere to panel with foam adhesive.Make a customized border for your panel by coloring it with a matching marker color.Make a cradbase and adhere panel to it using foam adhesive.Add Pearls to center of flowers.


Supplies:

Stamps: Lawn Fawn Fairy Friends


Dies:
Lawn Fawn: Flower BorderHB Border
My Favorite Things


Ink:
Tuxedo Black ink
Rangers Distress Ink Dusty Concord

Tools:
x-press blending card
Blending tool
Stamping mask paper

Adhesives:
Foam Adhesive
Dot Gluetape
Glo…

Hogs and kisses!

Hi there! It's franci (fridayfinally) here today to smile up your monday!! :) Today i'm gonna show you a cute card feat. a super sweet piglet stamp by Avery Elle! Here's what i created..

Isn't super cute?! And the sentiment makes me giggle everytime!! :) First of all i die cute some rectangles from a piece of white cardstock. I inked up my background sponging some Spiced Marmelade distress ink starting from the edges and blending to the centre. I cut a stripe out of a rectangle, i stamped my images from the "Hogs and Kisses" stamp set by Avery Elle with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and i colored all with my copics. I create a mask for my images and i inked my sky and the grass with some Tumbled Glass and Shabby Shutters distress inks. I also cut 2 little stripes from another piece of white cardstock, i sponged them with Abandoned Coral distress ink and i give them extra shine with some Perfect pearls! I let them dry and then i created my fringes. Finally i put a…

Not (Just) a Weed Bouquet Layout

Hello!
Samantha with you today, and I'm sharing a sweet little layout I made of my littlest Mann and a beautiful bouquet that he picked for me!
(He always picks me bouquets of dandelions, weeds and leaves. And I love EACH one! They're not just a bunch of weeds to me, they're little bits his *love* for me! Aw!!)


Ok, so yeah, let's get right into it!
I started by using my FAVORITE Star Dust Stencil from Memory Box. Then I created a rainbow of watercoloring with Distress Inks to create the background. Love that!!


I matted the photo onto some tissue paper (because...texture!) and then did some embellishing with a floral sticker from the Fancy Free Puffy Stickers and the Starshine Chipboard Stickers! I also used some of the puffy Sequins from Pinkfresh Studio! Oh, and I used that beautiful clear acrylic flower from the Starshine Acrylic Shapes sticker pack! I want a million of those acrylic shapes!!


The title was created using some of my favorite letter stickers EVER: Black …

Hello, Summer

Happy Saturday!! Danielle here, long time no see. lol. I am popping in here at the Butterfly Reflections Ink blog with a fun yummy summer card! 
Just in case you didn't get the memo, pineapples are "Trending" this summer. They were all over the CHA show back in January.  I fell in love with this Paper Layering Pineapple from Hero Arts.  Once, I got it in my hands I realized, what do I do with it. It doesn't cut out the pineapple, just all the details to raise for dimension. 

I stared, and stared at the dang thing, then I knew what to do. I remember how I love the look of the watercolors on kraft paper. So, I went to playing. Don't add to much water, otherwise the paper will pill and wrinkle, since it's not made to accept all that water.  I added just enough to get the color down. 
Then it needed a sentiment, and I found a few from the My Favorite Things, Polynesian Paradise set work great!  Finished off the card with some Little B Washi Tape and enamel dots. 
To g…

LUCKY US

Hello Everyone and Happy FRIYAY!! I am back with another layout using more of the Everyday Collection from Jen Hadfield by Pebbles 6x6 Paper Pad

I am literally working with any extra paper I have from this collection. I love this anchor pattern paper with the pineapples! I feel like Pineapples are going to be very popular this summer. 

I also used the Everyday Ephemera Pack on this layout. This pack has a lot of beautiful pieces, that go great with the pattern papers. I really wanted a bold title for this layout and even though they don't make words in royal blue or brown, I thought the black was the next best thing. So I used the Amy Tangerine Foam Words for my title. So I hope you all enjoy your Friday and if you would like to see more of my work, please check me out on YouTube!
XOXO Megan 

So Proud of You

Happy Thursday, everyone!  It’s Lorraine (of Created by Lorraine) and I'm here to share a card that I’ve made for graduation season.  I have to say that graduation cards are some of my favorite cards to make – as a former educator, graduation time tends to pull on the ol’ heart strings, and I just love celebrating such an important accomplishment. 

This card uses the newly released Pretty Posies stamps and dies by My Favorite Things, as well as the Simply You stamps and die by Avery Elle.  First, I stamped, colored, and die cut the flowers and leaves.  Next, I die cut the “You” 3x and glued pieces on top of each other to make a thick, almost chipboard-like design element.  Then, I stamped the "so proud of" part of the sentiment and worked on my flower arrangement – I glued the flower stems to the card and popped the head of flowers on foam adhesive to gain some dimension.  Lastly, I glued the You down on top of the flower stems and added the leaves with glue or foam ad…

You are Awesome!

Hi guys!   It's Kimberly from Kimplete Kreativity back again with you today.   I went super bright and cheery with my card last week, so I thought I'd change it up and go soft and sweet this week!


SUPPLIES: Jane's Doodles - Butterflies Stamp Set Gansai Tambi Starry Colors Watercolors MFT Pierced Rectangle Frames Versafine Onyx Black Ink Ranger Superfine Clear Embossing Powder Copic Markers Micro Glue Dots MISTI stamping tool Vellum  Gold thread
I stamped and heat embossed the beautiful butterfly from Jane's Doodles' Butterflies stamp set onto vellum and colored within the lines with Copic markers.   I love the stained glass effect!   I colored on both sides of the vellum to intensify the color, but you could color just on the back side for a softer look!  Once completely colored, I fussy cut the butterfly and set it aside to work on the rest of the card.

I die cut a yellow frame and a white frame using the pierced rectangle frames.   I used the interior piece from the whit…

Thanks!

Hi Everyone!

It's Karin from PeppermintPatty's Papercraft, here to share some inspiration. For today's card I've played with some adorable products from Paper Smooches!





1. Start out by inking the bg with distress ink. I used Mowed lawn, Shabby Shutters and Peeled paint.

2. Die cut the flowers and take them apart so that the pieces can be colored separately.
Tip: Put your diecuts on a post-it note or some post-it tape to keep the tiny die-cuts in place/ still when you are coloring them.
3. When you are done assemble your flowers again and adhere them to your panel with adhesive tape.
4. Stamp your sentiment
5. Adhere the panel to a mini scalloped rectangle diecut with foam adhesive and place on a cardbase.

Paper Smooches has lots of similar designs that are all beautiful and so fun to play with! Make sure to check them all out in the shop!



Supplies:

Stamps:
Paper Smooches

Dies:
Paper Smooches
My Favorite Things : Mini Scallop rectangle


Ink:
Tuxedo Black ink
Rangers Distress In…

"Snail mail for you" a cute set of cards feat.Lawn Fawn!

Hi there! It's franci (fridayfinally) here today with a cute set of cards i made with one of my favourite stamp set ever by Lawn Lawn: Gleeful Gardens! Here's what i created...

Those little snails are too cute and i love they carry happy mails!! I decided to create a little set of cards: similar layouts, same stamp set.. but different scenes and colors! Let's get into the first card...

I'm dreaming about spring days with the sun shining.. yeah..because here in Milan these are super rainy days.. only grey clouds in the sky! So let's put some happiness in the cards!! ahah!! :) First i stamped all my images on a piece of white cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, then i colored them with my copics and i die cut them with their coordinate dies. I love coordinate dies.. hope i'll have coordinate dies for all of my stamp set one day!! ahah! :) I also die cut some Stitched Rectangles from a piece of white cardstock and i sponged some distress ink colors.. for thi…