Hi everybody! Today I"m up on the Craft Fantastic Blog sharing my first post for the Craft Fantastic All Stars Design Team! For my first project I wanted to show you the versatility of these products and how you can incorporate them into many facets of your crafty life. Click on over to the Craft Fantastic Blog to get a list of supplies and see how I created the charms on this card, a special necklace, and the matching gift bag tag below. Click "read more" for a complete supply list and tutorial...
Hi everybody! I'm up on the Blog today sharing some happy news with you all. Starting this month I am honored to have been selected to join the very first design team: Craft Fantastic All Stars. And I'm so excited to get crafting with these talented ladies and amazing products. I just can't say enough about them...I LOVE them! And you will too!
I was first introduced to Craft Fantastic at a craft Expo show with my sister and we did the make-n-take and that was all it took and we were hooked. We bought a necklace/earrings kit and made everyone Christmas gifts that year. It was unique and fantastic! And once you start, you'll be hooked too!
They are a jewelry resource for artists and crafters that specialize in high-quality flat-backed glass beads, decorative trays, necklaces, bracelets, rings, images, and so much more. Create exquisite handmade jewelry with their images or your own patterned paper, mixed media, wedding photos, kids photos or any photo; design one-of-a-kind embellishments for scrapbook layouts and card projects; or home decor.
Below are just a few projects I made previously as special gifts and a few for myself. Be sure to check out the Craft Fantastic Blog and see what our new team has already created this week. And tune in this Saturday for my first post and see what I designed. The possibilities are truly endless!
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Happy Valentines! Whether you celebrate February 14th or not you can always use a simple card for a lovey dovey type occasion any time of year, just change the sentiment. And if you do make Valentines cards, don't fret, there is still time to sneak in some card making before Tuesday. I'll show you how I made these quick and adorable cards for my daughter and three sons with just a few supplies and lots of tips too.
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Happy February! Today I'm sharing with you a birthday card I made for someone special celebrating this month. And I love to use pinks and reds in honor of Valentines too! And combined with red patterned paper, this gorgeous medallion, and a romantic ribbon, this card screams lovey dovey. I started with a white card base. Then picked two different red pattern papers and cut them to fit card base.
The top patterned paper I stamped with my favorite medallion stamp...really I LOVE this stamp. I seriously could use it everyday, all the time, for everything. lol. Anyhoo...as you can see from the picture on the left, I stamped with clear ink, sprinkled pink embossing powder, and heat set it. And it's gorgeous, shiny pink, with a vintage look that showed up great on this red background. And adhered this piece to the top of card base.
Next I stamped and embossed the sentiment on the other patterned paper, with the same pink embossing powder, heat set, and adhered to bottom of card base. Added this gorgeous pink rose ribbon and a pink pearl. And there you have a stunning birthday card for some special. Change the sentiment and it could be for Valentines, Mother's Day, and other special occasions too!
I hope I've inspired you to mix up your pattern papers, heat emboss on patterned paper, and use together with just a few embellishments to make a special card. Thanks for stopping by! ~Kim
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The Paper Girls Challenge # 120 - Patterned Paper
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RRR Challenge #156 - Red and/or Pink Theme with Ribbon or Trim
Love & Romance Rubbernecker Challenge #2
Supplies used: K & Company-Susan Winget-Meadow 12x12 Designer Paper pad; BoBunny Very Vintage; SU Medallion (retired, but you can find it online); Versamark clear/watermark ink; AC-Zing-Rose Embossing Powder and AC Rose Ribbon; Heat Tool; Sentiment. **Affiliate links to products used on this project are included in this post below
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