Happy Wednesday, everyone! I am so thrilled to be guest designing over at the We R Memory Keepers blog today! I was lucky to be chosen to work with their new Bewitched collection. Head over to their blog to see one of the projects I created. Because they were super generous and sent me a lot of goodies to play with, I thought I would share the rest of the fun stuff I made.
First up, the layouts:
And here are a few cards I made with the scraps:
Thank you for stopping by today! Until next time...
I don't know about you, but I love fall. The crispness of the air, the smells of leaves and fireplaces burning and the pretty colors that go with it are all wonderful. Growing up in Arizona, fall came when the temperatures hit 80 degrees. Fall is quite different now that I live in Kansas. :)
I used stamping markers to color in different areas of this great feather stamp and created a scheme that I am in love with. I added the simple sentiment, some seam binding and burlap twine and this simple card is now in my top 5 favorite cards.
Here is another card I have made with this set:
I stamped the circlular stamps on watercolor paper and then smeared them a bit with my water brush. I used a coordinating ink refill to dye some seam binding, then tied it on with a piece of dark brown burlap twine. I love this wood grain patterned paper from Basic Grey's Life of the Party collection. This card reminds me of fall in the mountains of Colorado. Nothing beats the gorgeous colors of the Aspen's when they are changing colors.
Happy (day after) World Card Making Day! I was able to squeeze in some crafty time yesterday to make a couple cards that I wanted to share with you. Coincidentally, yesterday was also my husband's birthday, so I decided to put an end to my procrastination to make him a birthday card. And because I love using my Pinterest pins for inspiration, here is a card I pinned from Kristina Werner that I used as my starting point:
And here is the card I made:
I used My Mind's Eye's Cut & Paste Adorbs collection for this masculine card. I LOVE how the inspiration card used wood grain cardstock. I happened to have a sheet lying around that I was too nervous to mess up use, so I took the plunge and used it for the base of my card. I also used a wood grain patterned paper from the Adorbs 6x6 paper pad to complement it.
I stamped the banner and sentiment on the coordinating ombre paper with Versamark and embossed it with white embossing powder. It really makes the sentiment pop off the paper. A few extra coordinating touches and this card was done! I love quick and easy cards!
I used my Silhouette to create a custom patterned paper and I am so thrilled with the outcome! I used a silver sketch pen to sketch out the spider webs then used the blade to have it and the little bat cut out for me. I LOVE when an idea in my head comes out the way I planned. :)
I stamped the speech bubble with Versamark and covered it with silver embossing powder to go with the silvery shimmer of the spider webs. I threw on a few other challenge-coordinating accents as well as a silver glitter enamel dot and this was done. I have to say for as complicated as this card was, I did it FAST! I had 1 minute and 42.351 seconds left when I finished. :)
I hope you all had a wonderfully crafty day yesterday and are enjoying your weekend. I will be back soon with some fall-inspired cards.