Sunday, 16 October 2016

A Cookie Cutter Christmas, Christmas Bears Card!

Following on from yesterdays post (with tips video) and the bear from Cookie Cutter Christmas that I made into a baby card, I have an actual Christmas card for you today ;-) I stamped these little fellows using tip top taupe and teamed them with some "This Christmas" DSP....
 My Tip Top Taupe ink pad is really juicy so I definitely had to press the excess ink down to get a good image (see video) but don't they look cute with their red glimmer bows? I heat embossed the sentiment with white powder to make it pop on the green paper.
 Add a couple of banners (I do love how they can just fill in an empty spot on most cards!) topped with a little ribbon bow and we're done!
Well, thats all from me for today, I'll be back tomorrow with another card, 'till then, happy stampin'!
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Saturday, 15 October 2016

Cookie Cutter Christmas Baby Card with a Teddy Bear Tips Video Tutorial!

Hello there and happy Saturday to you!
I hope you have a fun weekend planned, I'm off work this weekend and have a ton of crafty projects lined up - we'll see how many I get done, right?!
So, today I wanted to share with you that Cookie Cutter Christmas is a set that is not just for Christmas and I have this cute baby card for you to see...
As you may have noticed, I love the Cable Knit Folder and doesn't it make a great "baby blanket" background here?
 This bear is super cute but I figured out just a few things that make working with it a lot easier, so I made you a little video! Take a look...
Inside, I stamped off the sentiment from the Layering Love stamp set.
 And finish with some pink ribbon topped with an enamel shape.
TIP: Use a dab of fine tip glue pen glue to secure this enamel shape to the ribbon securely.
So, if you watched the video you would have seen a sneak peek at another card using the bears from this set. I'll share more pictures of that card tomorrow with you, so do pop back then!
Thanks for looking today :-)
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Thursday, 13 October 2016

Using Cookie Cutter Christmas by Stampin' Up!

Hello there,
 I have another Cookie Cutter Christmas card to share with you today and I used the sweet little santa from the set for this make. I teamed him with the This Christmas DSP from the annual catalogue to make this card...
 I heat embossed this Santa onto vanilla card using slate embossing powder (retired) you could use silver or white instead though, then coloured him in using blender pens and ink pads. I used the layering circle framelits to make a mat with a scalloped copper foil background.
 Copper embossing powder makes the sentiment from the Christmas Magic set pop.
 So that's todays fun and easy card. I think this one could be easily mass produced and is nice and flat for posting too!
What do you think? Let me know in the comments...
Back tomorrow with another card, 'till then, happy stampin'!
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Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Cookie Cutter Halloween meets My Hero for a Get Well Wish using Stampin' Up! Products.

Hi there,
I have a fun twist on the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamps today. I have teamed them with the My Hero stamps (the fabulous Ronald McDonald charity set for this year) and Umbrella Weather framelits to make a Get Well Soon Card, take a look...
 Doesn't this little mummy look adorable as a patient? I lightly coloured the bandages with a touch of Smoky Slate and added some Blushing Bride around the eyes.
 So, when I went to stamp the umbrella and found the tip of the brolly was a separate stamp to the handle so here are my TIPS for stamping and die cutting the umbrella...
 I stamped the clouds and rain (from Weather Together) around the umbrella and patient and then die cut the clouds before adding the whole front panel with dimensionals. I then added the clouds flat through the gaps and topped a few of the rain drops with fine tip glue to make them shine.
TIP: Leave this card flat while the glue dries.
 So, that's my card for making the most out of your Cookie Cutter Halloween stamps :-)
I hope you have enjoyed today's card. I'll be back tomorrow with another,
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