Supplies: Stamps -- Jillibean Soup (jb0145) Ink Pad -- Clearsnap, Inc. (Watermark) Embossing Powder -- Clearsnap, Inc. (White) Cardstock and Patterned Paper -- Diecuts With A View Glitter Glue -- Royal Brush (Regal) Jewels -- Kaiser Craft (RS405 Lippy Red) Foam Tape -- Scotch/3M
1. Create tan cardstock card base. Trim red snowflake patterned paper into three strips as shown and adhere to base.
2. Heat emboss two tree images on tan cardstock with white embossing powder. Also, heat emboss sentiment six times same way. Trim each. Mount sentiment piece on patterned snowflake paper and then banner. Adhere to center of card with foam tape. Adhere trees on each side of sentiment.
3. Apply red glitter glue to tree images and top each tree with small red jewel.
Hey Hampton Art fans, today I have a fun card to share that mixes a fun way to use paper strips and some great Hampton Art stamps.
You're Awesome card by Nicole Nowosad
I started by cutting 1/2 “ strips of patterned paper from the KI Memories Autumn Flowers paper pad. I used a few different patterns, mixing the different patterns and colors.
Once I had all the strips cut, I wove the strips and adding some stitching to a few of the rows for texture. I then grabbed by Bella Blvd. Stamps and stamped some flower images, along with the sentiment!
KI Memories Autumn Flowers paper pad WM0997 Bella Blvd cling stamps IC 0226
One of my favorite things to do to create a card, is by layering simple shapes. I find that using 6x6 paper pads makes it very easy to do just this! I grabbed my new KI Memories Argyle paper pad and got to work.
I punched circles in varying sizes and then added some machine stitching on them and even around the edge where I placed them on the card.
Now all the card needed was a simple sentiment, so I stamped some fun tags from the Echo Park Bundle of Joy set, in two different colors:
Here is another card using the KI Memories “Metro Garden” 6x6 paper pad. And again I mixed in some corrugated butterflies from Jillibean Soup since they go so well with this paper line. I adhered the butterflies with foam adhesive to add dimension to the card and embellished the butterflies with a little bling. Thanks for looking!
KI Memories: Metro Garden 6x6 Paper Pad (WM0096)
KI Memories:Sticker Flip Packs (WM1051)
Jillibean Soup: Corrugated Shapes – Butterflies
Hi there! Gretchen here with a sweet & simple card to share with you today. I paired some Jillibean Soup corrugated words with KI Memories patterned paper to make this card. I love the colors in the KI “Autumn Flowers” paper pad and they mix well with the corrugated words that used as the sentiment. I punched the hearts out of the same paper pack to embellish the card. Easy!
Thanks for looking!
KI Memories: Autumn Flowers 6x6 Paper Pad (WM0997)
Jillibean Soup: Corrugated Shapes – Sentiments
One of my favorite trends right now is the chalkboard trend, so I wanted to share this fun layout using the Jillibean Soup chalkboard flags. The flags allowed me to make custom embellishments to coordinate with our Put In Bay photos.
Put-In-Bay, Ohio layout by Patty Folchert
I wanted a layout to allow for 9 wallet size photos with room for the flags as the title and two embellishments. To make the flags I used a white chalkboard thin tipped marker, they work great. First I drew the anchor flag and then I also hole punched and added some KI Memories red and black bakers twine in a bow. I drew the ship helm wheel and then added a red button for effect. The last flag I utilized to create the layouts title, which is in subway art style simply the location of where the photos were taken. To create the layout base I used all Jillibean Soup papers, the bottom one is from the new Cold Avocado Soup collection- Half a Clove of Garlic. The next layer is simple black cardstock to further instill the chalkboard theme. The next mat layer was the back side of the Irish Farmhouse Bite Size Bits, a nice navy grid on white. I secretly love grid papers because they make lining everything up so much easier. I then added the red strip in the center; it is also from the Irish Farmhouse collection, Beef Stock. The last paper added is the diagonal navy striped strips and they are from Cold Avocado Soup-Pure Olive Oil. I added my photos and some journaling directly onto the paper under them. Here is a close up photo:
So are you ready to give the chalkboard trend a try? I will warn you it is addictive… but lots of fun!
All Chalked Up, Patty
Supply List: Inks Bistro Chalkboard Marker Paper Jillibean Soup/Cold Avocado Soup-Pure Olive Oil & Half a Clove of Garlic; Irish Farmhouse-Bite Size Bits & Beef Stock Stampables Jillibean Soup/Chalkboard Flags Other Black Cardstock; Creative Memories/Journal Pen; Tombow Mono Adhesive Tape Runner, Scrapbook Adhesives Foam Squares