I can't get enough of these Hipster Animals, and now that they have dies to match, I could spend the entire day cutting out these fun animals and all of their accessories. To create this card, I used the Hipster Goat stamp and Sizzix framelits. I added a few words from the crazy talk set, and after a bit of practice copying the font, added in some of my own words to customize my sentiment.
I have a bunch of these fun cards in the works and will be back to share them in the next few days!
I will be teaching a SUPER FUN class at The Ink Pad in NYC on Friday, May 5th using Lawn Fawn stamps. We will be making three fun interactive cards. Hope you will join me! Please call the store directly to sign up at 212-463-9876.
Lawn Fawn Cards that Pop-Up, Shake and Slide
Join Cheiron to create adorable interactive cards with some of the newest dies and stamps from Lawn Fawn. In this class you will learn how to create a card that pops-up (but folds flat to mail), a shaker card and a card that slides-each with tons of amazing details! Cheiron will walk you through the construction of each card as well as offer some of her favorite tips and tricks for assembling these cards that are sure to wow your family and friends.
Required supplies: Detail scissors, stamping pad (if you have one), a ROLL of foam tape, redline/scor tape, a few pennies
I'm over on the Neat and Tangled Blog today with a fun collaboration post using Neat and Tangled products and Et Cetera papers. I hope you will stop by and take a look, and make sure to leave your comments over on the post for a chance to win fun prizes from both companies!
Hi there, I am so excited to be celebrating the 5th Anniversary of A Blog Named Hero today. You should have arrived here from the fabulous Paper Smooches blog. There are lots of fun prizes to be given away today and tomorrow. The winners will be selected randomly from different blogs, so make sure to visit them all for your chance to win :)
I was lucky enough to be a member of the A Blog Named Hero design team back in 2012-2014 and I still love all of the wonderful creations I see on this blog today. It is such a source of inspiration for creative projects with Hero Arts stamps. Hero Arts stamps were the very first stamps I used when I started creating cards and they will always have a very special place in my heart.
Today, I have made a fun and festive birthday card for you using some of my all time favorite Hero Arts dies, the Martini and Star Background Fancy Cuts:
A Blog Named Hero is so thankful for our wonderful sponsors and collaborating companies! Several companies decided to help us celebrate our fifth anniversary with giveaways and they were so generous that we decided to spread the love over both hop days with different prizes to be won each day! Giveaway prizes total more than $400! To win, leave a comment on each hop stop. We will select winners randomly from different blogs so the more blogs you visit each day, the greater your chances of winning! And be sure to visit A Blog Named Hero on Sunday for the list of Sunday hoppers and prizes!
**Comments must be left before 11:59 PM EDT on Tuesday, March 28th and winners will be announced on March 30th.
I'll be teaching a super fun Mixed Media Cards class at The Ink Pad in NYC in April. Join me to play with all the latest from Tim Holtz, Dina Wakley and Ranger Ink including stamps, stencils, paints and Distress Oxides!! Be sure to call the store directly at 212-463-9876 to reserve your spot at the class table, as space is limited.
Mixed Media Cards, Friday April 14th 7-9:30pm Join Cheiron for another installment in her popular Mixed Media Cards class. This time we will be playing with all the latest and greatest to come out of CHA from Tim Holtz, Dina Wakley and Ranger including Distress Oxides, stamps, stencils, paint, pastes and more! Cheiron will walk you through her favorite techniques with these new mediums that you are sure to use again and again on your own creations. This class is sure to give you a creative boost, but remember to bring an apron as you may get a bit inky!
It's Day 4 of the Neat and Tangled release and you know what that means...just one more day until all these awesome stamps are available in the store!!! Today I am featuring this Classic Tag 2 die which I am sure is going to become a staple in my card making:
Today I've created a trio of painted tags for you...these are always fun to have on hand. They are super easy to adhere to a card or even tie onto a bottle of something :)
Hope you will head over to the Neat and Tangled blog to check out all of the design team inspiration and have a look at another new product that is being featured today. Thank you for all your sweet comments during the week, I truly appreciate them!
Hi there, we are on Day 2 of the March release over at Neat and Tangled and today I am using the Good Vibes set. I love this big bold sentiment and it's a perfect way to create some happy mail.
I used the sentiment 'Good Vibes Only' and then created a fun pattern around it using one of the small accent stamps in the set stamped over and over and over onto my panel, then placed it against a black background to make it really pop. It is a bit reminiscent of tie-die to me...perfect pattern for chilling out and appreciating those good vibes!
Hi there! Welcome to Neat and Tangled March release week. There are so many fun stamps and dies coming up this week I can't wait to share with you! Today we have the super adorable Yo Ho Ho set designed by Elena.
This little pirate boy, girl and all their critter friends are just so cute. Today I have used the little girl image and turned her into a pink pirate princess:
Here's a closer look at her sparkly outfit:
Be sure to stop by the Neat and Tangled Blog to see all of the design team inspiration! Don't forget - there is a giveaway every day this week of the set(s) being featured that day, and a $25 gift certificate up for grabs at the end of the week. Comment on all of the design team blogs all week for a chance to win. Winners will be announced on Friday at 7:30am EST!
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