Mar 27, 2017

Treasure Trolls

Hi everyone, I am back with a card featuring the Treasure Trolls stamp set by Craftin Desert Divas.

I started off stamping the little troll on mixed media card stock and colored her in with Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers. I then went ahead and printed off the digi mine stamp on mixed media card stock and also colored in the background with the same markers. 

For the outer frame, I used the largest Inside Scalloped Circle die and die cut it from white card stock to create a contrast to the dark mine background. Using the circle die from the Stitched in Circle die set, I die cut the background and also a standard card base making sure to let the die hang over the folded line to create a circle shaped card base. 

Now everything that was left to do was to assemble the card. I adhered the background to the circle shaped card base. Using liquid glue, I then adhered the outer frame on top (it's a bit larger than the card base but not too extreme). To adhere the troll I used 3D foam squares and placed her next to the tracks.

Thank you so much for stopping by! See you soon!

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Mar 24, 2017

Coffee Lovers Spring Blog Hop

Hi everyone and thank you for stopping by! I created this card for the Spring Coffee Lovers Bloghop which is starting today and lasts for a whole week!

I used one of the many coffee themed digis by Craftin Desert Divas that are available on their website. How do you like the Unicorn Cup digi stamp?

Here are some of the coffee themed digis that you can purchase from the Craftin Desert Divas Website.

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And you can get the Thanks a Latte Bunny for free during the Coffee Lovers Bloghop! Simply use the Code CLBH in the CDD Shop to get it.

Have fun hopping!
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Mar 9, 2017

See-Trough Shaker Card

Hi everyone, I am back with this fun shaker card. I started off printing the racoons on some mixed media card stock with a laser printer and colored them in with Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers.

Then I made the shaker pocket using some thin plastic sheets and the fuse tool. Before sealing all four sides, I filled the pocket with the Sweet Sixteen sequins and the cute racoons. 
Using the largest Fancy Frame die, I die cut the front of a card base so I'd get two nice sides with a scalloped edge. Using strong adhesive, I simply adhered the shaker pocket to the back side of the top and bottom card base piece.

I hope you enjoyed this shaker card and that I could inspire you to make your own.

CDD products used

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