Hi everyone, Katie here with todays blog post. I have a fun inspirational piece to show you using Joset’s super cool Food Truck, Accessories and Stamps. So grab a coffee or your favorite beverage and lets begin.
From your favorite card stock cut out pieces of food, accessories, picnic table, food truck and tires. I cut the bottom strip from Doodlebug Bar-B-Cute. Next, stamp the sentiment Burger and Fries and matted it on card stock.
Next, I cut the inside pages by tracing the truck out and cutting them out. Next I used my Cinch and wired my book together.
You will want to line your tires up with your front tires.
On different pages I added photo mats hot dogs, pretzels, hamburgers and Ice Creams.
There are so many different books you can make, bakery, pet album and travel the food truck albums are endless. I hope this project brought you some inspiration, if you have any questions please send me a Facebook message to Katie Porcina. Thank you and have a wonderful creative day!
Hi everyone, Katie here with todays blog post! and today we are creating a fun St. Patrick’s Day Planner page set. Nothing says luck than a rainbow, lucky clover and a pot of gold. So grab a hot beverage or a green beer and lets get started.
Step 1: Out of your choice of cardstock cut out your gnome, clovers and black pot. The gold coins are the centers of reinforcement circles cut from gold cardstock. Once all your pieces are cut, ink your edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink and assemble.
Step 2: Out of the Curved Library Pocket, cut out the word Lucky from black and green cardstock, assemble and set aside.
Step 3: Out of Sidekick Essentials 19 cut two base pages and two mats, ink your edges and attach your photo mats.
Step 4: I used a Lawn Fawn die for my rainbow and cut from coordinating cardstock and assembled.
Step 4: I attached my Lucky word and pop-dotted my clover. Next, I pop-dotted my rainbow and gnome!
Step 5: attach your pot of gold and adhere your gold coins, pop-dot both of my clovers!
Step 6: Attach your reinforcements from your Sidekick Planner Essentials 19 and the circles from Reinforcements Pack 1.
Step 7: Final step, speckle with white paint!
Thank you for joining me today, I hope it brought you some inspiration! Have a wonderful crafty day!
Hi everyone, Katie here with todays blog post. This year my husband and I are celebrating our 26th wedding anniversary, and with the prompt being “love” for the month of February I wanted to create this heartfelt creation for my planner essentials album. So grab a coffee and I will walk you through how I created these pages!
Step 1: Out of the worn wood paper cut your large heart, and cut your small heart from your choice of designer paper I used an older 49 & Market collection. Next, I cut out some white branches from blooming branches. I cut out two mats and added my ephemera and accessories.
Step 2: Cut two base pages from planner essentials 1 from your choice of designer paper, next I cut my polaroid photo mat from planner essentials 3 & 4 and tags from the worn wood designer paper. Cut out your quote “Enjoy this moment” from planner essentials 8.
Step 3: Creating your small heart pocket, first take your large heart stitched die and cut from clear acetate, next cut your small heart from your designer paper and attach. You will want to add your holes and line it up to the match the holes on your planner base page.
I attached the pocket leaving the top open to add my tags. Last assemble your pages as per the picture above adding your ephemera, branches, quotes, flowers, photo mats, date and enforcement rings on both pages.
I hope todays post brought you some inspiration to create your own anniversary or special moment pages.
Hi everyone! It is Lisanne here today with a new blogpost. It is a few days ago when it was 14 february but I think loving someone can be at any day.
Let’s start with the background I made at the Fitted Rounded Rectangle. I used a stencil from the Planner Stencils 1 and Peeled Paint Distress Oxide. I also inked the edged and make some lines at the background.
After that I made all the elements for this card. I started with the hay ride. Everything is inked with Distress Ink at the Soft Finish Cardstock.
I made the scarecrow as a boy and a girl. For the girl I used hair from the Holiday Elf Hers.
When I adhere the Hay ride at the card I missed something. I added some hay at the Hay ride.
The two scarecrows are in the car and I think they like each other.
At least I added a fishtail with the sentiment ‘love grows here’.
I hope that you like this cute card with the two scarecrows who fall in love with each other.
Hi Everyone, Katie here, and todays blog post is based on a challenge from Joset! I am so excited to be using the new Elizabeth Craft Designs Hand Drawn Stamp & Die Collection. I decided to take her up on her challenge and do a creative background with stencils, inks and distress spray. So grab a coffee or tea and lets get started!!
Step 1: Take a sheet of heavy watercolor paper and cut it to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2.
Step 2: I took one of the stencils from Planner stencils 3 and added distress ink directly to the back of the stencil, next I spritzed it with water and pressed it to my watercolor paper and dried it with my heating tool. Next, I took my pink distress ink pad and smooched it against my mat, spritzed it with water. Then I took my reversed stencil image and dabbed it into my smooshed ink, and dry.
Step 3: Stamp and cut out your butterfly images and your tag from Esther new release as per picture above.
**Optional** I added some stenciling and a butterfly to the inside of my card base.
Step 4: I sprayed distress black soot on my matt, next I took a lid and rubbed it into the black soot and created the circles on my card image. I took my card front dragged the edges in the remainder of the ink on my matt and speckled. (See picture below)
Step 5: I pop dotted my butterfly with a foam dot.
Step 6: I took my ticket tag and adhered it to my card front as per picture above, next I added some black Sisal and adhered my butterfly on top.
Step 7: I added the word hello but any script word will do, next I matted my card front to black card stock and adhered it to a card base that is 6 x 9 1/2, scored @ 4 3/4″.
Thank you for joining me with todays blog post I hope it gave you some creative inspiration.
Hi everyone, Katie here. Thank you for joining me here today. I have to tell you I am totally getting addicted to these sidekick planners. Last blog post I showed you the start to my pet planner. Now I thought I would get a start with a baby book as I have a few good friends at work that are going to be first time grandparents. So grab a coffee or a hot beverage and let’s get started.
Step 1: Start with selecting your favorite coordinating card stock and cut out two elephants out of Josets Elephant die, I Inked the edges with dark grey ink and added some pink for the checks.
Same thing with the little boy elephant as above.
Step 2: Take your favorite choice of baby designer paper and cut your base pages from Sidekick Essentials 3 & 6.
Step 3: Out of the same coordinating paper cut out 6- 3×4 waterfall pages and scored along the top @ 3/8″ so you can add your small photos to your pages.
Step 4: From Sidekick Essentials 1 – I cut out the photo frame and adhered velum behind it. I attached the heart clip from sidekick pocket filler pages 1.
Step 5: I used Planner Essentials 37 stitched letters and cut out the word BABY from the same coordinating paper.
Step 6: Last step I like to speckle my pages with a little white paint.
I hope you enjoyed todays blog post and that it brought you some inspiration, If you would like to see how I finish this book your can pop over to my Facebook page – Katie Porcina – as I will posting finish pictures soon. Have a wonderful and thanks for joining me.
Hi everyone, Katie here with my first blog post for 2023! I wanted to start the year off with my sidekick pet planner and pocket page set! So grab a coffee or your favorite beverage and lets get started!
Start with cutting your images from Josets cat die #1666 your favorite card stock, ink the edges with a slightly darker coordinating ink. I made three kitties for the example today 🙂 Yes these are the colors of my kitties Mocha, Grey (aka spooky) and the white cat is pumpkin.. We rescued her in October 2022 her name fits her personality cute as a pumpkin it just stuck, lol.
Next out of your choice of designer paper I cut a page from the Sidekick Essentials 4, the accessories are from sidekick – pocket fillers 1 & 2 .
Next cut pocket pages using your coordinating designer paper and sidekick-pocket fillers, I pop-dotted the kitty on top of my planner pocket.
Add your photo mat, heart clip and moments quote, I pop-dotted the kitty, basket and fish.
Last step add your reinforcement rings to both your planner page and pocket page.
I hope today brought you some inspiration, have a wonderful crafty day.
Hello friends, Katie here with todays blog post! And today I wanted to make a cute Winter Card that can be used for a Holiday Greeting or a Birthday Card. So grab your hot beverage of choice and lets get started!
Step 1: is to cut out your Polar Bear, Igloo, and snowflakes from Joset’s Collection, using your favorite Card Stock. The Igloo was cut from Heavy White Card Stock and covered with ECD Cool White Glitter. I inked the edges of the Polar Bear with light grey Distress Ink.
Step 2: I cut a card front 4 1/4 x 6 and ink blended with the three colors above, and splattered it with water to get a reaction with the Oxide Ink. Next, I stamped with the Winter Blessings from the Classic Christmas Sentiments, designed by Joset.
Step 3: I attached my white Snowflakes, and speckled with heavy white paint.
Step 4: I attached my Igloo and pop-dotted my Polar Bear. Last step is to attach the card front to the card base.
Your easy Winter Card is done!! I hope you enjoyed todays blog post, later today I am posting the matching #decemberdbd on the ECD Planner & Journaling Page.
Hi Crafty friends, Katie here with todays blog post! #Decemberdbd and today I am using Josets cute Critters to create this cute Planner Page for Day 6 called Create a Tag! So grab a coffee or some hot tea and lets get started,
Start by creating your Sleigh, Squirrel, Bunny, Wreath, Candy Cane and tree from you favorite card stock. I did use some gold card stock on my wreath and on the squirrels bell for his hat.
I used many sets from Josets collection and they are all listed below. After you have cut and assembled your critters, Ink the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. Next, take your white paint and speckle your images before putting them onto your planner page.
Start by cutting your base page from Planner Essentials 7 ( I used the larger tag die) cut it from heavy white card stock. Next I ran my page through a 3D embossing folder this created a cool texture to my page. I added reinforcement rings and one for the tag hole at the top. I inked the edge of the tag with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
Last step is to assemble your page and add your quote for Day 6 #decemberdbd “Create a Tag”
Hope you enjoyed todays blog post, check out the link below as Elizabeth Craft Designs has an amazing Sale going on!
Hi Everyone, Katie here with todays blog post! Today I am sharing one of my #decemberdbd ” In the Kitchen” which is day #23 featuring Josets Mrs. Clause die and Let’s Bake set! So while we are working on this page, grab a coffee and lets get started.
Start with cutting out your images from your favorite card stock and ink the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. I also added some pink on her cheeks and assemble as per the package.
On my printer I typed out my word title and used a word banner from one of my other Planner Essential sets and then inked the edges.
With Planner Essentials 19 – cut your base page from Christmas Lives Here dark green paper. Then I cut the whisk head out of Silver foiled cardstock and the handle from Tim Holtz black distress card stock and ink it all with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
Using the smaller rectangle die from Pocket Page Fillers 1, I cut a small plaid photo mat. Next I added all my pieces and only pop dotted Mrs. Clause and the rolling pin up top.
I hope you enjoyed todays blog post with my take on the #decemberdbd day #23, keep on eye out for my other pages that I will be posting on the ECD Planners & Journaling Page.