Today we have a fun everyday card made with Hampton Art stamp and tag and Jillibean Soup papers.
Be Happy card by Patty Folchert
To begin create a card base from mint green and cut the heart pink patterned paper as a center panel. Now grab some washi tape and make a top and bottom border as shown. Next stamp camera image onto white cardstock in red ink and set aside to dry. Then grab a Hampton art silver metal tag and tie the string into tag and attach as shown. Next using watercolor paints add color to the camera image, I used teal, pink and gray- set aside to dry again.
Last I fussy cut out the camera and added it to the metal tag with 3D foam dots as shown. Then grab a pea pod arrow and a pea pod flower to the camera lens to card front as shown. As a finishing touch I added a wood veneer to the camera lens.
Stamps: Hampton Art/Studio G-1100101
Ink: Ranger/Archival- Red Geranium
Hampton Art/Tags: Metal
Papers: Souper Celebration/Pinch of Party
Wood Veneer: Hardy Hodgepodge
Washi Tape: Day 2 Day- Note This
Mint Green Cardstock: Scrapbook Adhesives/3D foam dots; Tombow/Tape Runner Adhesive
Sometimes are loved ones are far away from us, here is a card to let them know how much we miss them. This card was made with Jillibean Soup stamp and paper and Studio G card base.
Miss You card by Patty Folchert
This card began with an embossed Studio G card base, then I layered on the red cardstock strip and triangles paper as shown. Then I stamped the sentiment in red ink onto white cardstock, I added the red cardstock backer to the sentiment piece and added to the card as seen in photo.
Next I die cut on the silhouette a fun globe in wood pattern and backed it with red cardstock too and popped up the globe portion with 3D foam dots. The finished card is a bright and colorful greeting that anyone would be glad to receive, near or far away. Materials List Stamp: Hampton Art/Jillibean Soup- Stamp & Die Set: Call Me JB1324 Ink: Ranger/Archival- Red Geranium Paper: Jillibean Soup/Mushroom Medley- Oysters; Soup Staples III/Wood Floor Other Products: Silhouette Globe Cut File; Red Cardstock; Tombow/Tape Runner Adhesive; 3D Scrapbook Adhesives foam Dots
It is a good month for a patriotic theme card, this one is for your favorite star. The stamp set and papers are Jillibean Soup.
My Star card by Patty Folchert
I started with plain white cardstock and layered on the bright blue pattern, followed by red cardstock as a backer to the mini my star placemat. Then I stamped the sentiment in red ink onto grey paper and the red stars onto bottom of the mini placemat.
I placed a diecut star in wood pattern onto front with the sentiment under it as shown and clipped with a red star clothespin. Super simple patriotic theme card completed! How was your 4 th of July? We are looking forward to parade, family cookout and fishing. Materials List Stamp: Hampton Art/Jillibean Soup- Stamp & Die Set: Super Star JB1326 Ink: Ranger/Archival- Red Geranium Paper: Jillibean Soup/Fur Fusion- Pooch Play; Soup Staples III/Wood Floor Wood Clothespin: Jillibean Soup- Stars Mini Placemat: Jillibean Soup/Star Light, Star Bright JB0271 Other Products: Silhouette Star Cut File; White cardstock base; Red cardstock; Scrapbook Adhesives/3D foam dots; Tombow/Tape Runner Adhesive
Who needs a stylish everyday card packed with hugs and kisses? You’re in luck, we have a sweet card in a summer soft palette just for you. It was created with s Hampton Art stamp and tags and Jillibean Soup papers.
XoXo card by Patty Folchert
Dreamcatchers are very popular these days and this stamp image does not disappoint. First I stamped the image in Aquamarine blue and set aside to dry. Once dry I watercolor painted the image with teal and light yellow as shown, then set aside to dry again.
Then I put together the card base from lighter peach color with light blue panel as shown in photo. Then I added another center panel in darker peach color and machine stitched the top and bottom for texture. Then I layered on the fab new glitter chevron tag. Two more kraft feather tags were stitched down the middle and then added on top of each other with a 3D foam dot. Then I adhered the xoxo sticker at the bottom of chevron tag and finally added back on the dreamcatcher image after I fussy cut it from the white cardstock. For a finishing touch I added the wood x to the center of the dreamcatcher, just to add some dimension. Just like that you have a summer sun-kissed dreamcatcher card! What is your favorite summer color combo? I would love to hear what is your current favorite, share in comments below. Materials List Stamp: Hampton Art/Studio G- Hot Fudge Studio-1100101 Ink: Ranger/Archival- Aquamarine Hampton Art/Chevron Glitter Vellum tag & Kraft feather tags Stickers: Jillibean Soup/Hardy Hodgepodge- Soup Labels Wood Veneer: Jillibean Soup/Hardy Hodgepodge Other Products: Light Peach Cardstock base; Sewing Machine; White thread; American Crafts/Watercolor Paints; Scrapbook Adhesives/3D foam dots; Scrapbook Adhesives/Tape Runner
Get a jump on the summer baby showers with this card. This card combines a pastel color palette with Studio G stamps and Jillibean Soup papers.
A Baby Fills Our Hearts with Love card by Patty Folchert
To begin cut the pink triangle paper to fit your card base. Next cut a light yellow border strip and adhere down the center of the card as shown. Then cut a thinner blue gingham piece and stamp with gray ink the baby sentiment. Then make a banner cut out bottom and adhere with 3D foam dots as shown.
Then grab a Studio G heart shaped felt doily and adhere to the card as shown. Pull out the Hampton Art watercolor tag of your choice ink the edge and stamp the baby onesie image in gray ink as well. Tie the tag string in a bow and adhere to the felt doily as shown with 3D foam dots.
Baby shower card completed, now you are ready to enjoy those baby shower games- guess the baby food flavor is one of my favorites.
Stamps: Hampton Art/Studio G-1100101
Ink: Ranger/Archival- Watering Can & Cats Eye/Chestnut Roan
Hampton Art/Studio G: Heart Felt Doilies/VAC0060
Hampton Art/Tags: Watercolor
Papers: Souper Celebration/Cup of Ceremony, Bite of Blast & Handful of Hoopla
Scrapbook Adhesives/3D foam dots; Tombow/Tape Runner Adhesive
Summer is a great time to encourage someone to follow their dreams. Here is a card to help deliver the message, it was created with Studio G stamp and felt doily.
Believe In Your Dreams card by Patty Folchert
This card began with a turquoise base, then I layered a yellow gingham center panel. Next I layered two border strips toward the top as shown, one in plaid and one in a floral print. I did ink the edges in brown ink on the border strips to add some dimension. Then I stamped the image in aquamarine ink directly onto the gingham print. To dress it up I added a felt doily flower with a wood sprinkle center.
The finished card just shines like sunshine, love the color combo on this one. Best part is that it is a very basic design, you could easily adapt to any occasion.
Stamp: Hampton Art/Studio G-1100101
Ink: Ranger/Archival- Aquamarine & Cats Eye/Chestnut Roan
Studio G/Felt Doilies: VAC0060
Paper: Souper Celebration/Bowl of Bash; Healthy Hello/Aged Aloha; Homemade 6 Bean Soup/Black-eyed Peas
Wood Sprinkle: Love
Turquoise Cardstock base; Tombow/Tape Runner Adhesive
Grab those watercolor paints and have some fun! This lovely mandala design and sentiment comes from Hampton Art and this card is much easier than you might think.
Sending Hugs card by Patty Folchert
I started with plain white cardstock and stamped the image multiple times as shown in navy ink. Next I added the watercolor paints in blue and purple shades allowing them to mix together and not bothering to stay in the lines. Then I set that aside to dry.
Then I cut a purple mat to match and adhered to a white cardstock base. Once the panel had dried I added it to the purple mat with my tape runner. Last I stamped the sentiment in black ink onto the white cardstock and cut out and added to card front with 3D dots as shown.
That was all there was to it! Very fun and easy- with a beautiful watercolor effect. So go ahead color outside of lines and let us know how your card turns out.
It is that time of year when you may be searching for a wedding card. Here is one bursting with summer colors and a mason jar tag. It was made with Hampton Art stamp and tag and Jillibean Soup papers from the Souper Celebration collection.
Mr & Mrs Mason Jar card by Patty Folchert
I started with a green card base and made a pink heart border strip. Next I layered on a light green star paper panel and border punched the edge to look like lace. Then I fussy cut out some fun flowers from the Cup of Ceremony paper to add to the mason jar tag. The circle was stamped onto the plaid paper in black ink and attached to the jar as shown. Then I added the flower cutout with 3D foam dots. For the finishing touch I just added some yellow adhesive sequins.
Easy Peasy lemon squeezy! A quick and easy wedding card for this busy wedding season.
Stamp: Hampton Art/Studio G-Hot Fudge Studio- 1100101
Ink: Ranger/Archival- Jet Black
Hampton Art/Embossed Tags: Mason Jar -AC0606
Paper: Souper Celebration/Cup of Ceremony, Pinch of Party & Bowl of Bash
Adhesive Sequins: Lemon Yellow
Green Cardstock base; Ranger Archival Ink/Jet Black; Scrapbook Adhesives/3D foam dots; Scrapbook Adhesives/Tape Runner