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Halloween Mixed Media – Monster Mash!

July 20, 2022

Hi everyone, I wanted to get a jump start on my Halloween/Fall projects so I made this super fun but messy Monster Mixed Media Planner Pages. So Lets get started.

Step 1: You will need Tim Holtz Distress Sprays, I used Black Soot, Straw and Carved Pumpkin, but any combination will do. You will also need Rangers Heavy Watercolor Paper, Moon Mask, Planner Essentials 2, Water Spritzy Bottle and Heating tool.

Step 2: Cut your two planner pages using Planner Essentials 2 from the Ranger Heavy Watercolor Cardstock. next place you Lrg Moon Mask on the top part of your left hand page.

Step 3: Spray your Straw, Carved Pumpkin and Black Soot as per the picture above, once you have finished. Carefully lift your moon mask.

Step 4: Once you moon mask has been lifted, heat set with your heating tool.

Step 5: Once your page is dry I lightly spritzed the center of my moon so the distress spray activates. I then spritzed the side spray on my mixed media mat and dabbed the center of my moon. For my right hand side page I spritzed with the straw, Carved Pumpkin and Black Soot and dried it with my heating tool. (As per picture above)

Step 6: I cut out my Halloween Monsters from coordinating cardstock and inked the edges with Vintage Photo Distress ink or your choice of ink colors.

Step 7: Out of Planner Essentials Halloween Set 2, cut out your Haunted House, word and Number 31 from your choice of cardstock.

Step 8: Out of Planner Essentials 3 and heavy Black Card Stock cut out your Spider Web Frame and attach to your right hand side planner page.

Step 9: Once your Monsters are assembled, I attached my Haunted House down first, then my Monster Witch and Blue Pirate Monster the Cooking Pot was pop dotted on top of both monsters and the bat is attached with a small pop-dot to the top of the moon. (As per picture above)

Step 10: I matted the Halloween word onto Black and Lime Green Cardstock and attached to the top of my page. Next I attached my Monster Spider to the Web. I did not glue down the web as it leaves room to slide in a photo in the background.

Step 11: Add your reinforcement rings to both pages,

Step 12: And the best part is saved for last, I speckled both pages using a fan brush and heavy mixed media white paint.

I hope todays blog post brought you some inspiration and a little bit of Halloween Fun!

Thank you and Happy Crafting >Katie<

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Monster grad

July 20, 2022

Hi everyone it’s Jackie back again today. Recently my son graduated from university so I just had to use the new monster die’s from Joset to create his celebration card, this design has a little bit of hand drawn fussy cutting however you can leave the mortarboard off then this would be suitable for any celebration.

Step One:

Start by die cutting a whole load of confetti pieces using the die set – party time shapes 1978. Glue all the shapes on to the front of a top folding card blank measuring 5.25 x 5.25″

Step Two:

Cut out a circle of white card measuring approximately 4″ ink the centre in a circular shape (I used a acetate template I made from a smaller die) stamp out the sentiment towards the edge then add a couple of lines using a black pen. Fix in place using 3d foam pads.

Step Three:

Draw and fussy cut all the pieces for the mortarboard, I didn’t worry to much about being accurate with the diamond shape however you may have a die that would work for this step.

Roll the tiny fringe piece and glue it to the end of the thin strip, punch a tiny hole into the centre of the diamond piece and thread the tassel end though and glue in place, fussy cut a half moon shape then attach the two together with a couple of 3d foam pads. see photo in step 4.

Step Four:

Die cut and build the monster in which ever colour way you like. Attach the mortarboard then fix him in place using more 3d foam pads.

Step Five:

Next create the bubbly and glass, both of these die’s come in the same set – party time shapes 1978.

Die cut the bottle into green card then again into gold card fussy cutting the gold top part, cut a small white label and add a tiny message. Cut the glass into acetate then add gold fine glitter to the reverse side to resemble bubbles.

Thank you for stopping by today.. I hope I have inspired you to make a monster celebration card.

Happy crafting Jackie x

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Happy Birthday!

July 18, 2022

Hello all, Alice here. Today it’s my turn to show you another creation with the super cute monsters! I used the birthday flip card which is such a fun die. This set includes the Happy Birthday Sentiment and then I used Monster 1, 3 and the Party Time dies to decorate. Let’s get started!

On the front I used one of the cute monsters. He eats the letters of the text. He really is a naughty one. I die cut the monster from White Soft Finish Cardstock and colored him with blue Distress Ink. On the front I used brick paper. It is Crafters Consertium brand paper. I thought this fits perfectly with the card.

When you open the card, there is another monster hiding on the back. He’s having a party with streamers and cake. The garlands are made from the party set.

I really like how you can give the card two sides. It’s a fun surprise for the recipient.

I hope you like this card as much as I do and you wil get to work on it too!

Greetings Alice

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:

Cardmaking Joset Designs

My Eyes on You

July 15, 2022

Karen here with a super fun creation using dies from the new monster designs by Joset. These monsters are SO fun, and the sentiments to go with them are just perfect!

I die cut the Birthday Flip Card from 90 lb White Soft Finish Cardstock. The die cuts and scores in all the right places to make the rest of the card so easy to make. The green flower cardstock are also cut with dies that are part of the set, and I just taped them to some pink cardstock and fussy cut a tiny edge.

All of the eyes are different eyes from the monsters. I cut them with 90 lb White Soft Finish Cardstock and colored the “black” in with a very dark grey copic. To make them easy to apply, I cut them all out with 101mm Double Sided Adhesive. I sometimes added a white or black gel pen dot to the middles of the eyes.

on the inside of the flip, I put one of the Monster 1s. How cute is he? The sentiment from the new Monster Hugs set, I thought, was perfect with this card!

Thank you for stopping by today!

Craftily yours, Karen

Supplies from Elizabeth Craft Designs

Other Supplies

Patterned and solid cardstock, inks, Copic

Joset Designs

Monster pop-up tags!

July 13, 2022

Hello crafty friends, I am bringing in the Monsters both Christmas and Birthday for todays blog post!! These cute tags come with a bit of a twist as the Birthday Tag is a small Garbage Can pop-up card. I hope you enjoy todays post and lets get stared!

Step 1: Out of dark grey card stock cut 4 x 11 & score in half, cut your card by laying the garbage can die just above the fold line, then run it through your machine. Next out of light grey cardstock cut out your garbage can and lid, I also created a handle by re-cutting the lid from black cardstock then I trimmed the handle and adhered it the the light grey handle.

Step 2: Line the pop-up die along the score line of your garbage can card and run it through your machine to create the pop-out. See picture below.

Step 3: out of Josets cute Monster sets cut both creatures from red, orange and other coordinating cardstock. I inked all my edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink and assembled. Next I cut out the balloon, stars, cake, birthday hat and party pieces ink and assembled.

Step 4: Create your card front by attaching all your creatures as per picture above using your favorite adhesive.

I added some glossy accents to the stars and the top of his Birthday hat.

Step 5: I added my cake, party favors and quote from the Monster Hugs stamp set to the inside of my pop-up tag. Last step is Speckling with a heavy body white paint and a fan brush*Optional*

To get a jump start on your Holiday creating, I just wanted to share with you another creative way to make your Holiday Tags or Garbage Can pop-up tag using different Christmas sets designed by Joset.

I hope you enjoyed todays blog post and brought a bit of creative inspiration to your day!! Take Care and happy crafting! >Katie<

Joset Designs Planner Essentials Pop it Ups Scrapbooking Stamping Videos

Pop-Up Monster Mini Album

July 11, 2022
Hello, Annette Green here with a fun tutorial on how to make your own Halloween album with pop-ups, a Planner Essentials page die (#35) and of course the new release of Monster dies and stamps from Joset. I’ve got a video below taking you through all the assembly steps so I hope you have a moment to check it out.
Using the General Pop-Ups set (all links below) makes this a super easy and very impressive way to create interaction in this mini album. I’ve used Graphic 45 “Charmed” Patterns & Solids papers, but you can use whatever you have to recreate this.
Throughout the album, I’ve used lots of pieces from the new Party Time dies to create easy and fun embellishment on the pages.
The Monster Hugs stamp set is perfect with these cute monsters. I used one of the double pop-up dies here; one for the monster and one for the stamped expression.
Some of the photo mats, like the one shown here, are from the Stitched Indented Squares set. While some of the pop-up flaps open bottom to top, others open right to left like a card. You’ll have to watch the video to see who is behind this one!
I had the best time making these cute monsters. It’s really hard to stop! I hope you take a moment now to watch the video tutorial to see for yourself how easy this is to make. I hope you give it a try. Thanks for popping in today.
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Let’s party

July 7, 2022

Hii all! It’s time for a new blogpost with the newest dies from Joset. What a fun collection for such a fun cards. Today I want to share this planner page. The monsters are having a party in the castle.

I started with making a background at the Mason Jar. I did this with Distress Oxide Ink Salvaged Patina and Uncharted Mariner. I put some ink at my glass mat used the spray bottle and dipped the paper in the ink. Between every layer you need to dry it with the heattool so you can make layers. If you don’t the ink will mix.

This technique is a funny way to make backgrounds. I did this also with the lit from the jar.

Then I made the Castle from the Once upon a time collection. I coloured this with Distress Oxide Ink Hickory Smoke and stamped with CS185 some stones. Later I made lines at the windows so you can see them better.

Now it is time to adding the monsters. I used 1 monster, wings from another monster and the hands from monster 1. They are watching us, you can feel that isn’t it hihi.

I adhere the castle at the background and adhere the top of the jar at the castle. The castle is a little bit larger than the jar. So the pieces that are out of the bottle are trimmed.

I thought this page need more dimension so I adhere the bats and the boiler at the jar. These are from the Halloween Accessoires. At the boiler I stamped the sentiment ‘Let’s party’ from the new stamp set. Oh and at least the reinforcements.

I’ll hope you like this blogpost. Soon I will share more creations with the monsters. So I will see you soon! Bye bye!

Elizabeth Craft Design supplies:

  • Dies monster 1 1975
  • Dies monster 3 1977
  • Stamp monster hugs CS277

Other used supplies:

  • Distress Oxide Ink: Black Soot, Hickory Smoke, Salvaged Patina, Walnut Stain, Uncharted Mariner
  • Versafine Clair Ink: Nocturne
  • Distress Ink: Black Soot, Villanious Potion, Fossilized Amber, Ripe Persimmon, Uncharted Mariner
  • Glossy accents
  • White gel pen
  • Micron pn black
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July 6, 2022

Hello all – Jackie here today and I am so excited to share these brand new die’s from Joset. They are so super cute and if you are lucky enough to grab all three monster sets they will mix and match with each other perfectly so the possibilities are endless.

Step One:

Start by inking a scrap piece of card with three different coloured inks, here I have used distress oxide inks but there are many other water reactive inks that will work for this technic. Once you are happy with the blending then splash a bit of water on top and set aside to dry.

Step Two:

Cut the inked panel down to approximately 12.5mm/4.78″ square then fix to the front of a top folding 13.5mm/5.25″ card blank using 3d foam pads.

Step Three:

Next create the planet. Hand draw and cut out a planet shape with craters then add some grey ink especially around the top part then add a few splashes of grey paint to add a bit of extra detail, fix toward the bottom of the card using more 3d foam pads. I have chosen to make mine at at jaunty uneven angle which might not be to everyone’s liking so feel free to make yours straight.

Step Four:

Build the characters as you would like them to look then adhere these in place using a few more 3d foam pads.

Step Five:

White heat emboss the sentiment onto black card then trim down and attach to the card front with (yes you’ve got it) 3d foam pads – I do love a foam pad!

A relatively easy card from me today which you can easily switch up to suit your occasion, I hope I have inspired you to have a go – Happy crafting Jackie x

Product Used: Coming soon

Monster 2 – Dragon 1976

Monster 3 – Cyclops 1977

Monster Hugs Stamp Set – CS277

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Christmas In July Card

July 5, 2022

Hi everyone, it’s Tina here. It’s Christmas In July and I wanted to share a Snow Globe Shaker Card using the Snow Globe and Village Edges Dies. Below you will find the steps to create your own card.

Step 1 – Trim White Soft Finish Cardstock to 8” x 6”, score at 4” and fold in half for a vertical side fold card. (in between an A2 and Mini Slimline card)

Step 2 – Trim White Soft Finish Cardstock to 3 3/8” x 4 6/8”. Apply Ink of your choice using 3 tones of Purple Blue using a Blender Brush. I used water reactive inks so I could splash some water to create some texture to my background. For added interest splash some White Gouache mixed with a little water. Let Dry.

Step 3 – Diecut Snow Globe using White Soft Cardstock. Place it on the background created in Step 3 to cut out the domed shape on top. I marked it with a pencil using the outer edge and trimmed off about 1mm inside the pencil line. Adhere to the background to the card front using 3mm Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape. Put the Snow Globe frame aside from now.

Step 4 – Diecut Village Edges using White Soft Finish Cardstock. Trim to 3 3/8” length and adhere to the bottom of the background using Kid’s Choice Glue. I diecut 2 layers. I kept the diecut windows and doors intact. Optional – diecut the Trees in colors of your choice. I used Teal Cardstock.

Step 5 – Adhere Acetate Sheet on the bottom side of the Snow Globe frame using Glue of your choice. Let dry. Add thin Foam Tape to the backside frame. Trim the edges overhanging. Add Sequins of your choice to the top of the card front to the center. I used Purple Sequins and Silver Stars. Remove the release sheet from the Foam Tape and carefully secure it to the card front.

Step 6 – Diecut Snow Globe (bottom) 3 times. Stamp Holiday Sparkle sentiment using Versafine Onyx Black Ink to the center. Attach each layer leaving the sentiment on top and adhere to the underneath of the Snow Globe using Foam Tape.

There is no such thing as making Holiday cards too early. We are already in July. Below is a link to all the products used. Thank you for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

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Nom Nom Nom

July 4, 2022

Today I can show you this great fun planner page. I started working with the super sweet new monster from Joset. How cute are these little monsters! I think I’m going to make a lote of creations with these little ones.

For this creation I made two planner pages. For this I used the planner page birds on splatter page (1864).

On the frond I used paper from Moda Scrap and on the background some pink paper. It’s the same pink as the hearts from the design paper.

Love tho combine the monsters with this planner page. Used some frames from another die to put the monster in.

Moda Scrap is one of my favorite design paper. You can combine it with a lot of different themes.

I love the colors that they have. The little monster you can also make in all different colors so the combine perfect to each other.

Hope you like this planner pages as much as I do! See you next time!!

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