Sunday, May 31, 2020

Graduation Slant Card


Hello! Today I am sharing how I made a slant card. With it being graduation time I thought I would make it into a graduation card but it could easily be used for a birthday card too.


Some of the products I have used have been provided to me from various companies I design for. The opinions I share are solely my own, and I only design for companies that I completely love their products. Affiliate links may be used where possible at no cost to you. However, I do earn a small commission when you click on my links and make a purchase from them. Thank you, and I appreciate your support!

Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how I created my project.
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I used the Maker's Movement Essential Stamp Set for all the stamping I did. This is a great stamp set to have because it has sentiments for almost any occasion. This is definitely a go-to stamp set for all your cardmaking.

Measurements:
Cardbase Cardstock (teal) - 10 ½" x 8 ½"
Patterned Paper - 10 ½" x 8 ½"
Score at 3 ½" on both ends of 8 ½" sides
On 8 ½" side make a cut from 4 ½" to the corner of other 8 ½" side
Mat for the inside sentiment (teal) - 3" x 3 ½"
White cardstock inside the card - 2 ¾" x 3 ¼"

For the stars, I used Maker's Movement Nested Stars Die Set and used the three smaller stars cutting them out in several different colors that matched the patterned paper I used.


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I design for several companies because I genuinely love their products! Anything I recommend on my blog is something that I genuinely love and regularly use. I buy most of my own supplies. However, I do receive some free products to work with, and I sometimes make money for the projects I make. I DO NOT get paid for product reviews, I give my honest opinion about the products I use, and I will never recommend a product that I do not like or would not use.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Rain Shaker Card with Video Tutorial

Unicorn Rain Shaker Card by Nadine Carlier

Hello! Today I am sharing how I made a rain shaker card. This takes a little more time than your standard shaker card but it is so worth it in the end.


Some of the products I have used have been provided to me from various companies I design for. The opinions I share are solely my own, and I only design for companies that I completely love their products. Affiliate links may be used where possible at no cost to you. However, I do earn a small commission when you click on my links and make a purchase from them. Thank you, and I appreciate your support!

Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how I created my project.
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The Maker's Movement You're A Unicorn Stamp & Die Set worked perfectly to create this rain shaker card. The clouds made great boarders and then the little rainbow and of course the cute unicorn added character to my card. With the stamped sentiment that I used, I think this card would also make a cute graduation card.



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I design for several companies because I genuinely love their products! Anything I recommend on my blog is something that I genuinely love and regularly use. I buy most of my own supplies. However, I do receive some free products to work with, and I sometimes make money for the projects I make. I DO NOT get paid for product reviews, I give my honest opinion about the products I use, and I will never recommend a product that I do not like or would not use.

Monday, May 25, 2020

Sunflower Watercolor Card


Hello! Today I am sharing an ethereal sunflower watercolor card that I created using a stencil. I love sunflowers! Something about them just makes me feel happy.


Some of the products I have used have been provided to me from various companies I design for. The opinions I share are solely my own, and I only design for companies that I completely love their products. Affiliate links may be used where possible at no cost to you. However, I do earn a small commission when you click on my links and make a purchase from them. Thank you, and I appreciate your support!



Then using Derwent Inktense Blocks and a paintbrush with water I painted over the stencil to create the watercolor sunflowers.




I then matted it with some yellow cardstock and adhered it to my card front.



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I design for several companies because I genuinely love their products! Anything I recommend on my blog is something that I genuinely love and regularly use. I buy most of my own supplies. However, I do receive some free products to work with, and I sometimes make money for the projects I make. I DO NOT get paid for product reviews, I give my honest opinion about the products I use, and I will never recommend a product that I do not like or would not use.

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Watercolor With Resist Birthday Butterfly Card


With everything going on these days, I think sending some happy mail as in cards is needed more than ever now. Everyone could use a smile!


Some of the products I have used have been provided to me from various companies I design for. The opinions I share are solely my own, and I only design for companies that I completely love their products. Affiliate links may be used where possible at no cost to you. However, I do earn a small commission when you click on my links and make a purchase from them. Thank you, and I appreciate your support!

Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how I created my project.
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The Poppystamps Butterfly Symphony die looks so pretty on the watercolor resist background I created using Derwent Intense Ink Blocks and then adhered over the Rinea Glossy Jade Foiled Paper.



I created this card for the Poppystamps PSC#68 Winged Things Challenge. The rules are simple, you just need to use a die or stamp from Poppystamps and create something that is crafty using wings. Plus, if you enter you could win a gift card to the Poppystamps store!!

Interested in the products I used? Products that are still available are linked to multiple shops below, for your convenience.
Lists may contain affiliate links where possible at no cost to you, what so ever. Affiliate and product disclosure can be found here.
I design for several companies because I genuinely love their products! Anything I recommend on my blog is something that I genuinely love and regularly use. I buy most of my own supplies. However, I do receive some free products to work with, and I sometimes make money for the projects I make. I DO NOT get paid for product reviews, I give my honest opinion about the products I use, and I will never recommend a product that I do not like or would not use.
 
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