It is always a sheer delight to feature a card design by Rosali of the I Love Stamping Blog. We feel so privileged to share one of her cuties! Today’s adorable design is an interactive one, meaning you can lower the toast into the toaster and pop it up – how fun is that! It is made using the new Lawn Fawn toaster stamp and die set, Let’s Toast.
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I started writing this post and found the explanation was getting too wordy, so… the next best thing I could think of was to create a video to explain all the ins and outs. You can view it below or on our YouTube channel.
The two card designs were made using the Brilliant Blooms stamp and die set by My Favorite Things. I have used this set before (click here to check it out) and was impressed by the versatility and beauty of the simple blossoms so decided to give it another look.
In these cards, I created a background by stamping and embossing the flowers, cut out the center and add a gracious sentiment from the Paper Artsy Eclectica3 stamp set. The left-over cut-out center was then used to create the second card.
Take a look at the video of the two different card design styles and colors.
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HI Crafty Friends,
I am happy to be back and eager to wish you all a very HAPPY NEW YEAR and best wishes for 2019! The new year has officially begun, along with it are plans for new ideas, designs, and projects. To kick off the year, I am starting out with a card that works for any occasion. It is filled with beautiful pink blossoms from the Brilliant Blooms stamp and die set by My Favorite Things.
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Hi Crafty Friends,
Laurel Beard of Simply Cardmaking is visiting our blog today and she is sharing a bright and cheery birthday card design that is sure to brighten anyone’s day. The bright colors are from the Catherine Pooler ink collection but you can pull out any inks you like to make this card come together in a jif!
If you want to see more great Laurel Beard card designs, be sure to pop over to her blog!
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Hi Crafty Friends,
We are back again after the long weekend with a beautiful project from Laurel Beard of Simply Cardmaking. We are always excited to have Laurel visit! She has soooo many fun and creative things to share. We hope you enjoy this one using the Laurel Frame stamp and die set by Concord & 9th.
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We are pleased as punch to be sharing this birthday card using the new My Favorite Things Big Birthday and Stitched Blooms dies. The bold flowers in the Stitched Blooms die set are sooo easy to color and make a big impact.
Check out the video below. It has all the details on how to make this card happen.
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We have a fun card for all the Martini or Cosmopolitan lovers! We created an alcohol ink background with gold foiling and used the My Favorite Things Celebrate Speech Bubble die and Martini Window and Shaker die.
Watch the video for step-by-step instructions!
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We have a fun treat for you today. One of our favorites (in case you haven’t guessed – it’s Rosali!) is sharing the CUTIEST project. Rosali of I Love Stamping has created an awesome card using the Lawn Fawn Beam Me Up stamp and die set. Check out just how she creates her cool background and scene! Then, be sure to head over to her blog for so much more!
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We are sharing another fantastic card by TaeEun of Rainbow In November blog. TaeEun is AWESOME at coloring, no matter the medium. Today she featuring a card with the beautiful birds and flowers in the Melody Makers stamp by Penny Black. Take a look below at the vibrant blending of her watercolors.
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It’s all about stenciling today! We have created a floral background using yummy colors of distress oxide inks and the Stencil Girl Garden Dreams stencil.
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