Hello Friends! It’s EK and I am popping in to let you know it is the first day of October, so that means it is officially time to break out all the fun Halloween stuff. I am so excited that Joset released earlier this year a fun-filled line of Halloween dies. They are going to be ghoul-tastic this year.
Step One: Die cut all the pieces from the Scarecrow die set using scrapes of printed paper. I used scrapes from the It’s Christmas Time, White Christmas, Relax in the Garden, Thinking About-Grand Canyon and Sweet Vintage Rose paper packs.
Step Two: Using Kids Choice Glue, assemble the scarecrow.
Step Three: Using alcohol markers, add some shadowing. I used N0, N2, and N4 copics.
Step Four: Trim a piece of Dusky Sky Soft Finish Cardstock to 5.5×5.5 inches. Using the Earth & Sky stencil and some Distress Oxides, add clouds and a moon to the background. I used Seedless Preserves, Faded Jeans and Chipped Sapphire. Adhere the inked cardstock to a piece of 12×6 inch trimmed piece of Rich Black Soft Finish Cardstock, that is scored and folded into a 6×6 inch card frame.
Step Five: Die cut the Tree die set from some Rich Black Soft Finish Cardstock. Adhere the tree and grass to the card frame.
Step Six: Adhere the Scarecrow and mice to the card frame.
Thank you for peeking in today. Let us know what Halloween project you are most excited to create this year in the comments below. Until then, happy crafting.
Hey Friends! It’s EK here to share a bit of holiday fun. I don’t know about you, but I think these days people take the holidays a little too seriously and we all could inject some fun back into our holidays. I think we as adults forget sometimes what the magic of Christmas should be, and instead craft and create elegant and fancy holiday decor. Today I am trying to invent with my child’s mind and create a really fun and magic-filled project.
It’s Karen here. Christmas is a bit more than five weeks away now. Crazy how fast it’s going to be here…..and there’s even less time to get those fun holiday cards out. Today I hope to inspire you with this easy and fun card made with the Santa Claus die set, some Silk Microfine Glitter, and shapes die cut from paper in the It’s Christmas Time collection.
The holiday season is creeping up on us and will be here before we know it. To help celebrate the holiday season I’ve put together a little container to remind us of what it is all about: JOY!
Hello friends and welcome, it’s Sandy here with a fun project for you today. Although it is hotter than blue blazes here in Arizona I have been thinking about the holiday season. With all the great new dies from Joset’s recent release I just couldn’t stop thinking about Christmas and some cool snow flakes. If you like to incorporate photos in your cards for the holidays I have just the thing for you and would you believe it folds down flat for mailing?
With the chilly days fast approaching I just had to play with this adorable Stylish Snowman die set. I love how many options you have with the set. I used a typical top hat and scarf but you can also dress up your snowman with two other hats – there are three in the set – or even reindeer antlers! How cool is that?
It’s Sunday Stamping with Hedgehog Hollow time again!
Today I have another great cardmaking tutorial for you and I am going to be using the stunning ModaScrap papers. I have three variations on a theme…
I also show you how to work with one, two, or four designs at once, plus some tips on how to send them through the mail…
Welcome Back Friends,
DT Melanie here with you today with a super cute project. Playing with the “Gingerbread Home” die set made me feel like I was playing with paper dolls again, just like when I was a kid. I bet a lot of you remember those days 🙂
The Gingerbread Home set is just adorable… let’s take a closer look…
Hello my crafty friends,
DT Melanie here with you today to share with you a fun winter shaker card. I admit I have not made many shaker cards so this was a labor of love. It was really fun though and I encourage all of you to give it a try!
Hey Crafters! Katelyn here, sharing with you today my Happy Holidays Fireplace Christmas Card. There are only 10 Mondays left until Christmas and it’s time for me to start creating my Christmas cards. I fell in love with Becky Seddon’s Hang the Christmas Stockings die and decided to make this the focal point of my card. The project really took shape when I combined different Christmas patterned papers from ModaScrap.