Monday, 29 October 2018

Whimsy Stamps - Friends In The Flower Garden

Hi Everyone,

As we move our way through the end of the year, which I cannot believe that we are this close to the end by the way, I have been trying to get lots of cards made making sure I am all stocked up before the holidays hit us. I'm excited to work on Christmas Cards for the next couple of months.

This week I have been playing with some Whimsy Stamps rubber stamps (something a little different from my Digi Design Team position) I have loved Whimsy Stamps since I first started stamping so I love my position with them so much.



Today I have used a Rubber Stamp called Flower Garden Friends, I stamped it onto X-Press It Blending Cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black then coloured it up using Copic Markers. Seriously though how cute is this stamp :-)

I will have clickable links to purchase the image below my blog post :-)

Some more info on this stamp "Flower Garden Friends" illustrated by Marina Fedotova for Whimsy Stamps.
Deeply etched rubber mounted on cling cushion foam, untrimmed. Approximate size in inches: 3.3 x 3.7

                                   Flower Garden Friends Rubber Cling Stamp

Once my image was all coloured up I cut it down to size using my Fiskars Surecut Trimmer. I then grabbed a patterned paper pad from American Crafts called "Autumn Crisp", it is a 6x6 paper pad, I ran a small piece of leftover through my Sizzix Big Shot using Lawn Fawn Stitched Circle dies and cut some other pieces down to size. I cut a plain piece of Kaisercraft Cardstock and adhered all the layers down to a Twiddleybitz Card Base (no longer available to purchase sorry).

The circle and the small strip I adhered using some American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive just so I was able to slightly move them if needed.

I then adhered the last layers and the image. I cut the excess pieces hanging off the sides using EK Success Cutterbee scissors. Finally I used some excess pieces to decorate the inside of my card.

I hope you have enjoyed my post today, if you have any questions feel free to send me a message or contact me via facebook (all links can be found below).


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Copic Markers Used

E000, E00, E21, E11, E04, R20
W6, W3, 0
W2, W4, W6
C6, C8, C10, 100
V04, V06, V09
W3, W00, W0, R20
Y15, Y19, Y38
RV17
R81, R85
E31, E35
G82, G28
E74, E77, E79

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Sunday, 28 October 2018

Time For Tea Designs - Furr-reaking Halloween

More Halloween cards are being pumped out of my craft room at the moment and it is making me so happy :-)



Today I am breaking out the next new release from Time For Tea Designs - this is Furr-reaking Halloween Full Collection (you can find the affiliate link below) I have used the little kitty cat and the broom on my card. One of the sentiments was also used.

Patterned papers came from DCWV Spooky Halloween, I used one sheet for the background layer and another for the banner on the left, I also used some leftover pieces for the inside decoration of my card.


I cut some black cardstock from American Crafts to use as the bottom layer, which I adhered to a Twiddleybitz Card Base using Scotch ATG. I then added them patterned piece and the banner piece.

I printed the images onto X-press It Blending Cardstock then coloured them using Copic Markers.

After colouring the image I inked the background using Ranger Distress Inks and a mini ink blending tool to blend a night background, even though I didn't use watercolour paper I was able to spray very lightly with water to create the watery effect. I then used a white gel pen to create stars.


Once the images and background was coloured up I used my EK Success Cutterbee Scissors to fussy cut the image, I then used a black marker to edge it.  Once I had the images ready to go, I carefully used a Pen Knife to cut his feet so I could slide the broom underneath and adhered it using American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive.

I then adhered the circle to the patterned papers, then the sentiment I slid under the tail and trimmed off the extras.

Once I thought my card was done I grabbed some Nuvo Crystal Drops in the Glow In the Dark colours to add some dots, I carefully tapped my card on my desk to create the dome shapes before they dried.

And wow are these glow in the dark Nuvo drops are awesome! So so cool :-) Check them out if you can cause you definitely want some. That reminds me im sure I purchased some glow in the dark embossing powder I will have to give that a try soon.

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Copic Markers Used

E71, E74, E77, E79
N4, N6, N8
V04, V06, V09
YR15, YR18, E07

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Saturday, 27 October 2018

Scruffy Cat Santa Hat - Whimsy Stamps

This Scruffy Kitty with Santa Hat from Whimsy Stamps could not get any cuter, he is just adorable.

I printed the image and the sentiment up using my Brother Laser Printer and XPress It Blending Cardstock then coloured him using Copic Markers.



I used some Yellow/Gold and Red cardstock from American Crafts which I cut using Fiskars Trimmer. The patterned papers are from American Crafts Hollyday 6x6 Paper Pad. I love the little tiny images on this patterned paper. I also added a doily from my stash.

The little snowflake is from MFT Stamps Stylish Snowflakes die, which I ran through my Sizzix Big Shot using a leftover piece of X-Press it Cardstock.

I fussy cut the sentiment using EK Success Cutterbee Scissors, I then adhered it to a leftover piece of the red cardstock then fussy cut it again leaving a border of red.

I added all my layers to a Twiddleybitz Card Base using Scotch ATG and on the doily I used American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive.

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Copic Markers Used

YR65, YR24, YR27
C2, C4, C00, 0
R35, R37, R39
E31, E35, E97, E39

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Sunday, 21 October 2018

Time For Tea Designs - Take Flight

We are all getting ready for Halloween at Time For Tea Designs this month, and I am using this gorgeous image called Witchy Flight. Its so nice pulling out all my V Copic Markers :-)



I printed the image onto X-Press It Blending Cardstock using my Brother Laser Printer, then coloured it up with Copic Markers. 

I used some orange card stock from American Crafts for my bottom mat layer then grabbed some patterned papers from DCWV Spooky Halloween Paper Pad and cut them up using Fiskars Surecut Trimmer. I bannered one small piece using EK Success Cutterbee Scissors. I adhered all the layers to a Twiddleybitz Card Base using Scotch ATG. 



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Copic Markers Used

E000, E00, E21, E11, E04, R20
E74, E77, E79
E21
C8, C10, 100
E21, E23, E27
Y32
YR12, YR27
YG01, YG07
V04, V06, V09

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Saturday, 20 October 2018

Whimsy Stamps - Coffee Break with the Penguins

It feels weird for me making Winter cards, we are just out of winter months here in Australia it is starting to warm up which we are looking forward to.

On a positive I have loved making winter cards the past few weeks, how cute is this little Penguin from Whimsy Stamps, but would you expect anything else from Crissy Armstrong :-)  She is the Queen of Penguins.



This is Penguin Coffee Break Set - Digital Stamp( WHM ) from Whimsy Stamps, and a digital file that you can download and print.



I printed the image and the sentiment onto X-Press It Blending Card using my Brother Laser Printer.

The patterned papers I have used on my card are from an American Crafts 6x6 Paper Pad called Hollyday. I cut two layers, one bigger layer and one a little bit bigger than the image. I adhered the larger piece to a Pre-made card base from Twiddleybitz (Unfortunately these are now retired). I added a doily on top of this piece using liquid adhesive.

The sentiment is also from Whimsy Stamps, I printed this when I printed the image out. I will try and find the link for that when I do the link ups at the end.

The Tree is cut from MFT Stamps Birch Trees dies, I ran them through my Sizzix Big Shot using Kraft Cardstock. I adhered them to the doily/patterned paper using American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive. I then layered the smaller of the patterned papers down.

The image I ran through my Sizzix Big Shot using MFT Inside/Out Stitched Rounded Rectangles, I then adhered it to the smaller patterned paper piece using Scotch ATG. I ran some excess of the blending card through my Big Shot using MFT Stamps Snowflakes dies, and then adhered them using a small dab of liquid adhesive.

My card still needed a little more at this stage so I grabbed some green rhinestones from Kaisercraft and added them to the centre of my snowflakes.

Finally I cut the sentiment to size and adhered it to the bottom of my card using Scotch ATG.

I decorated the inside of the card to match using leftover pieces of the patterned papers.

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Copic Markers Used


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Friday, 19 October 2018

Whimsy Stamps - Penguin and Reindeer Friend


How quick is Christmas coming, it's crazy! Christmas stamps have already started being released at Whimsy Stamps, and this one has got to be my favourite one so far.

This is Penguin and Reindeer Friend from the Rubber Collection from Crissy Armstrong.


I stamped the image using Memento Tuxedo Black onto X-Press It Blending Cardstock then coloured it using Copic Markers. 

I wanted to use the design of the Kaisercraft Nesting Square Bracket, I traced the inside of the die over the image them fussy cut it using EK Success Cutterbee Scissors, I then used some brown American Crafts Cardstock and ran the die through my Sizzix Big Shot. 

                                                   
Once I had both layers cut I used some American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive to adhere the two of them together. 

I used another layer of the brown cardstock to cut a mat layer, I then cut a patterned paper piece from Kaisercraft Mistle Toe 6 1/2inch Paper Pad and adhered them together. 

I cut another piece from the patterned paper and angled it, I adhered it using Scotch ATG then cut off the overhanging using Cutterbee Scissors. I then adhered the doily and all the other days. 
Everything was finally added to a Twiddleybitz Card base using the Scotch ATG. 



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Copic Markers Used

T1, T3, 0
R20, 0
YR15, E97, YR24
E44, E44, E47, E49
B02, B04, B06
R35, R37, R39
E41, E43, E44, E47
YR24, YR27, E39
G82, G24, G28
C8, C10, 100
N2, 0

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Thursday, 18 October 2018

Basketball with Rose - Red Cardinal Crafts

Good Morning All!

Today I just finished an order for a basketball girl card, this "Basketball Girl" Image from Red Cardinal Crafts was perfect.



I was able to personalise the image to make it look like the receiver which always makes my cards that little bit more special.


I coloured the image up using Copic Markers after printing onto X-Press It Blending Cardstock using my Brother Laser Printer.

I used patterned papers from Basic Grey - Mint Julep 6x6 Paper Pad, I loved using these smaller paper pads these days because I love the smaller images/patterns.

The layers were cut using Fiskars Surecut Trimmer and all adhered to a Twiddleybitz Card Base using Scotch ATG. Unfortunately these card bases are no longer available to purchase.

                             
The sentiment I created in MS Word as It was a special request sentiment, I also printed this on X-Press It Blending Card so the white card stocks were matching.

I ran some of the patterned paper through my Sizzix Big Shot using Lawn Fawn Stitched Circle die. The little hearts im unsure where they are from as they were sitting on my little tray on my desk from another project.


I used some of the leftover pieces of patterned papers to decorate the inside of my card.


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Copic Markers Used


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Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Heartcraft Paper You are the Cat to My Witch

Good Morning my lovely followers,

Today is my Inspiration day over at Heartcraft Paper, I have decided to continue on my Halloween theme and I made this super cute card using Sarafina. (All links at bottom of blog post)


I decided to go with a simplistic design and only use a few layers and some washi tape.

I started by printing the image onto X-Press It Blending card using my Brother Laser Printer. I then jumped in and coloured the images up using Copic Markers.

I tried to carry the colours over from the Witch to the cat so I wasn't pulling in too many colours.


I cut a base layer using some black American Crafts Cardstock, I used my Fiskars Surecut Trimmer For this.

Once I had my base layer ready to go I grabbed one of my newer Halloween Paper Pads - DCWV Mat Stack Spooky Halloween. I love this paper pad because it has so many awesome designs, problem is deciding whether to use the front or back designs. Such a difficult decision when they are all so nice. sometimes if you won't see a lot of the patterned paper I will cut the centre out using a die cut so I can save it for another project.



I decided to go with the halloween lollipops, I also cut a smaller piece of the cross bones to use on the right hand side of my layout.. here is where I was playing around with what I was going to do.. I decided to stop myself there with the patterned papers. I added the image on which I had cut down to size. I adhered all these layers using Scotch ATG.

Once I had all these bits and pieces done my card still didn't feel complete, this is where I noticed my washi tape on my desk. I tore off a small piece and added it to the bottom of the image. My card was now finally complete.

Like I said at the start it was actually quite a simple design, but it worked perfectly and let the image be the main thing on my card.


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Copic Markers Used

E000, E00, E21, E11, E04, R20
W6, W3, 0
YG01, YG07
E31, E34
YR21, YR24, E17
E37, E39
C6, C8, C10, 100

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Sunday, 14 October 2018

Time For Tea Designs - Frankencutie

Hi Everyone,

As the Month of Halloween continues I am having so much fun creating Halloween cards.




Today I have used Frankencutie from Time For Tea Designs on my card, she is a digital stamp and perfect for Halloween.                    

I have printed the image onto X-Press It Blending Cardstock then coloured her up using Copic Markers. I wanted to stick with the Frankenstein type of look for this image so I decided to colour her up using Green Copic Markers for her skin.

image 0

I also had this great idea to give her orange dipped black hair and it turned out exactly as I had expected and I love it :-)

I will have all the Copic Markers used at the end of my blog post incase you want to try out some new combos.

The image was cut out using a Lawn Fawn Stitched Circle (I have my large and small in one package so i'm not sure which size I used), I ran the die through my Sizzix Big Shot.

I used a paper pad from DCWV called Mat Stack Spooky Halloween, it is the smaller 6x6 Paper Pad as I love the smaller designs on the smaller sheets. All these pieces were adhered to a Twiddleybitz Card Base using American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive.


I added a few different embellishment die cuts on my card, unfortunately a lot of the them are retired but they are my favourite Halloween bits and pieces so I continue to use them. 

I adhered all the bits and pieces using American Tombow Mono Multi liquid adhesive, this is my go to liquid adhesive. 

I hope you have enjoyed my post today, if you have any questions feel free to send me a message or contact me via facebook (all links can be found below).


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Other products used - Memory Box Dangling Spiders, Swooping Bats dies
                                   CC Designs - Witches Fence (All Retired Products)

Copic Markers Used
W6, W3, 0
YG21, YG13, YG07, YG01, R20
T10
YR16, YR07
V06, V09
RV55, RV66
C4, C6, C8
B02

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Saturday, 13 October 2018

Whimsy Stamps - Let the Candle Light The Way


Hi Everyone,


I have started learning how to use my distress inks a little bit more, this week I have been working on light, so candles fire etc..



I have used Whimsy Stamps Penguin Candle Light by Crissy Armstrong. You can purchase the image using the image links below. I love all of Crissy's Penguins I don't know how she does it every month but she is amazing as a designer.


I printed onto X-Press It Blending Card using my Brother Laser Printer and coloured the image up using Copic Markers.

I grabbed a Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool and some Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink and carefully blended into a circlish shape around the candle including over the face a little. I then grabbed my Wink Of Stella Clear Glitter brush and coated all the shine just to make it that little bit shinier.

I ran the image through my Sizzix Big Shot using a Stitched Circle Die from Lawn Fawn, I love the faux stitching look.

Once I had my image prepped I started putting my card together. I grabbed a Twiddleybitz Pre Made Card Base, added some mat layers from American Crafts Cardstock. The patterned papers are from Kaisercraft Mistletoe 6x6 Paper Pad. I cut them all to size using Cutterpillar Pro trimmer.


I adhered the pieces to my card base using Scotch ATG, I then grabbed a doily from my stash and glued that down using American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive. (I use liquid Adhesive on my doilies otherwise I had a tendency to tear them because they are so thin)

Using my tape runner again I popped the image onto the doily. I used some smaller offcuts of the patterned papers to create some banners, they were then adhered.
Finally the sentiment which was also from the same patterned paper pad, I cut it down leaving just the red edge.

I had some leftover MFT Stamps snowflakes from another project so I cut once in half and slid it in behind the doily.

Once I was finished I used all the same bits and pieces to decorate the inside of my card.

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Copic Markers Used

N2, N4, N6
W3, W5, R20, 0
Y04, YR07
YR21, YR07, YR27
C6, C8, C10, R20
E34, E35, E37
C2, C4, 0
B01, B02, B04, B06

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A Rose With Sympathy - Heartcraft Paper

Sympathy cards are one of the hardest cards to make, I struggle with them all the time, so I try to get some made before I need them.


I love this Rose image from Heartcraft Paper, it is one of the prettiest roses i've seen in a long time. I actually coloured this one up a while ago and found it in my coloured up tray and thought it would be perfect for a Sympathy card. I wanted to show you can use an image for different occasions to give it different meaning.

I printed the image onto X-Press It Blending Cardstock using my Brother Laser Printer and coloured it using Copic Markers.

The sentiment came from MFT Stamps Critter Condolences, I put the image into my Misti Stamping Tool so I didn't accidentally bugger it up, and inked it up using Memento Tuxedo Black.


I cut some patterned paper layers from Kaisercraft Sweet Pea 6.5" Paper Pad using Fiskars Surecut Trimmer, which I then matted onto American Crafts Cardstocks using Scotch ATG. I glued a Doily on top of the patterned papers.

I ran the image through my Sizzix Big Shot using Lawn Fawn Stitched Squares die.

Products Used On My Card (Affiliate Links Used Where Possible)


Copic Markers Used

G40, G43, G99
R35, R37, R39

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Friday, 12 October 2018

Penguin Spook - Whimsy Stamps

Good Morning Everyone,

Today I am sharing with you a rubber stamp from Whimsy Stamps called Penguin Spook Nite. I made some bookmarks using the stamp a few weeks ago which I hope you guys seen.



This image is such a pleasure to colour up with Copic Markers.

                                            
I grabbed some die cut elements from my desk that I had been using a lot of this week (I can't help it I love making Halloween cards). Most unfortunately are retired but I will link up what I can.

All the dies were run through my Sizzix Big Shot with American Crafts Cardstock. I also added a doily from my stash.

I ran a Lawn Fawn Stitched Circle die through also with some American Crafts Cardstock. I also added some Washi Tapes which I had been hoarding in my stash.

All the patterned papers used were from DCWV Mat Stack Spooky Halloween.

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Sunday, 7 October 2018

Witchy Greetings with Time For Tea Designs

Hey everyone,

I am loving all the Halloween stamps from Time For Tea this month and have created another using the same image I used last week called Witchy Polly.



This time I was playing with giving her a bit of a glow effect using my Copic Markers. I coloured the image and then decided to give it some extra glow.



I printed her onto X-Press It Blending Cardstock using my Brother Laser Printer.

I cut a green layer and a black layer of American Crafts Cardstock to create mats using my Fiskars Surecut Trimmer and then I used some of the excess black cardstock to cut the fence. I used a die from La La Land Crafts called Frightful Fence which I ran through my Sizzix Big Shot.

Using some patterned paper from DCWV Mat Stack Spooky Halloween I cut a layer to lay on top, this is the only piece of patterned paper I used on the front of this card.

I ran the image through my Sizzix Big Shot machine using Stitched Circle die from Lawn Fawn Stamps.

I adhered all the mat layers using Scotch ATG. Once I had those done I started moving onto the embellishments and die cuts. As I said above I cut the fence using a La La Land Crafts, but I also cut the tombstone from a La La Land Crafts die (all links will be below).
I used American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive on the fence to make sure it was all adhered nicely, I also used in the Tombstone but it was mainly just because it was still on my desk, it wasn't really necessary to use a liquid adhesive.

The stars are also from a La La Land Crafts die, the Filigree Stars die set. I used some excess American Crafts card stock to cut these out.

Lastly was the spider webs in the corners, I used Neat and Tangled Booed dies which I ran through my Sizzix Big Shot and more of the American Crafts Cardstock. (I keep two little tubs next to my Trimmer full of offcuts - one with white and one with black).

Once I had everything completed I adhered it to a Twiddleybitz Card Base using the Scotch ATG, I then used all the same bits and pieces to decorate the inside of the card.


I hope you have enjoyed my post today, if you have any questions feel free to send me a message or contact me via facebook (all links can be found below).


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Copic Markers Used

E000, E00, E21, E11, E04, R20
W00, W1, W4, 0
E30, E35, E37, E39
YR20, YR21, YR24, YR27, E09
C6, C8, C10
V12, V15, V17
BG0000, BG000, BG15, V000
FYG1

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Saturday, 6 October 2018

Happy Holiday Mail with Whimsy Stamps

Who doesn't love getting happy mail in the letterbox? Well I do ofcourse, nothing makes you smile more that getting a little letter or a card in the mail. This is Pretty Girl Happy Mail & Penguin Christmas Sentiments from the October New Release of Whimsy Stamps

I printed the image using my Brother Laser Printer and X-Press It Blending Cardstock.



I actually done something totally not my style with this card, I actually wasn't sure what I wanted to do with this placement so I actually put the card together before I even coloured the image up haha. I don't know why it happened that way but whatever works.

I cut some layers from American Crafts Cardstock using my Fiskars Sure Cut Trimmer and adhered them to a Twiddleybitz Card Base using Scotch ATG.

Once I had those layers down I started working out what I was going to do with the patterned papers. I cut one square layer then cut some smaller strips to later cut into banners. I used my EK Success Cutterbee Scissors to banner the strips.

I then grabbed a doily from my stash and adhered that over top the patterned layers using American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive.

I cut the snowflakes on my Sizzix Big Shot using MFT Stamps Stylish Snowflakes, I used an excess piece of the X-Press It Blending Card so the colours would match exactly.

This is now where I began colouring up my image using Copic Makers in colours to match my patterned papers. I then cut the image into a rectangle and cut some mat layers using excess from the larger prices that I cut earlier.

I decided to run the image through my Big Shot using the snowflake die so I could inlay one back in. It turned out great.

I grabbed some Nuvo Crystal Drops to add to the centre of the snowflakes.. this is where it all went wrong. I was busy doing a million things at the same time and some how messed up one of them.. it's bound to happen just happens to me more than others haha.

I grabbed some Kaisercraft Crystals to try and over it up, you can still see it but it doesn't bother me too much, we all make mistakes and boo boos... this was mine :-)


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Copic Markers Used

E000, E00, E21, E11, E04, R20
BG000
RV32, RV34
N1, N3, 0
E25, E27, E29
E30, E34, E39

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Wednesday, 3 October 2018

MFT Stamps - Get Straight To The Point

As the end of the year draws closer it is time to start working on Teacher Thank You cards, so before the kids start asking me for them a few days before the end of the school year I am trying to make a start on them now.. I cant even think about Christmas Cards just yet.

I used a retired stamp set from MFT Stamps called Straight To The Point, I also teamed it up with another of their retired stamp sets called Class Act.




I coloured them up using my go to medium Copic Markers after first stamping them onto Mondi Color Copy using Memento Tuxedo Black.


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I used patterned papers from Sugar & Spice Studio - School Days, I have had this paper pad for what feels like forever and barely use it as I dont make many school cards, so I knew it needed to be pulled out for this card today.

I ran some through my Sizzix Big Shot using Lawn Fawn Stitched Circle dies and the bannerI actually did just using EK Success Cutterbee Scissors.


I ran the images through also just using the matching dies which I just taped down using Washi Tape just so that they didnt move.

I used some American Crafts Cardstock for the layers inbetween the patterned papers.

All the layers were then adhered to a Twiddleybitz Card Base (now retired) using Scotch ATG and all the bits and pieces I used American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive.

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