I used up the last little bit of my May SCT 2019 Sampler for this card. I only had a few bits of paper left (although a lot of embellishments). It’s the Kaleidoscope collection by Vicki Boutin for American Crafts.
It’s a pretty bold pattern on the right, so I paired it with a more subtle solid on the left. The flower is from the collection as are the leaves. I added a Paper Smooches sentiment and just a few bling from my stash.
A simple card, but perfect to say hello to a friend! Come on over to the blog and see how the rest of the DT made this sketch work this time around!
Last time, I did another Doodlebug card! With I’m sure some items from a Sampler! LOL
Well, looks like this is my first post of the 2022 year! I’m hoping that there will be a lot more this year then last. I’ve stepped down from a few of my DTs as these last few months were having me feel overwhelmed. I’m hoping to play a lot of catch up this year with various subscriptions, classes, challenges etc (I’m sure that I say that every year but I’m really going to try and do more for me!)
That being said, here is my first DT assignment for 2022! Our new challenge is up and as per usual, we are highlighting the Design Team’s favorite sketches over the last year.
We are highlighting Andrea’s favorite out the gate! Sketch #612
This is a favorite of mine as well. A simple sketch that is great with some scraps and a fun focal point.
So, using up the last little bit of Doodlebug from my latest card class I created this fun winter birthday card. I did have to add in just a bit of Photoplay Paper for the inner circle as I didn’t have a piece of DB that would fit. This stamp and die set is called Deck the Halls and I think it might be an exclusive set that we got for the class (designed by the ever talented Vicki Boutin).
Funny thing, when this sketch first was posted, I used Doodlebug Hello Spring collection for my card that week! Who knew!
I hope that you will head over to the blog to play along with our sketch this week and to check out the great projects the DT has for you as well.
Hey ! Can you believe we are in Christmas week??? Holy hannah! Are you getting excited? I know I am.
We have a special challenge for you this go round.
ANNUAL ANYTHING GOES CHALLENGE!
With it being the last 2 weeks of the year, my amazing team uses this time for a much needed break to get themselves ready for the Christmas and New Year holidays, spend time with their families and recharge their creative batteries.
There are rules to this challenge, though…
1. Your project must be new, no back linking.
2. Your project must be PG rated.
3. It is anything goes, but must be crafty related. Feel free to share a crocheted/knitted project, other paper craft, mixed media, art journal, even planner pages you’re particularly proud of.
4. You may enter as many times as you’d like!We do have a prize, as usual. This year I’m giving a $25 gift certificate to Simon Says Stamp!
I’m sharing with you another card that I created during a Photoplay card class that I took recently. Firstly I love this line of paper and embellishments, and secondly I’m just amazed at how easy it is to put together a fun card using only paper, stickers and some dimension adhesive! We all know I love layers and these stickers and some embossing just makes for some great interest .
I hope you will stop by the blog to see what the rest of the DT has created. From my house to yours, Happy Holidays and all the best for the new year!
Hey everyone! I know it’s been awhile. It’s been really crazy at home and at work and so I’ve not done a lot of crafting lately.
I’m here today with my contribution to the Critter Crazy challenge for this month. As always our challenges are anything goes, as long as a critter is prominent.
For today I have a card that I made at a Photoplay Paper class I did not too long ago using the Not a Creature Was Stirring collection. How cute are these guys? This card is all layers and stickers and so much fun.
Be sure to stop by the blog and check out the rest of the great DT projects for you and we hop you play along too!
Our theme this month is to make a fun fold project! Now I will be the first to admit that fun folds are not my forte! I do however, have a couple of Sizzix die sets that do the job for me, as is the case with this card!
I paired it with some Simple Stories Christmas paper from 2014 called Snow Fun! Yikes! I’ve got so much Christmas stuff, I forget sometimes how long I’ve had it! I don’t use this die set that much, and I have another similar but it is kind of fun! You just cut out all the pieces and put them together…easy peasy!
Make sure you stop by the blog and enter into this month’s challenge! The DT has some great projects for you too!
The little sticker was just from my stash but it fit perfectly for this card and those fun snowflakes.
Welcome to November’s challenge at Crazy Critters. As always it’s an anything goes challenge as long as you feature a critter in your project!
My card today has some gorgeous butterflies from Gina K. Designs!
I love the colors in this one and it was so easy to do with some masking! I hope that you will stop by the blog and see the amazing projects the DT has created for you this month and be sure to play along with us too!
This weekend I am doing the Scrapbook & Cards Today Magazine’s Crop & Create Delivered Card Class. It’s 3 days of classes led by some amazing talent in the industry, learning new techniques, play with new products and just having fun.
The first card we did today, is from Becky Moore using an exclusive stamp/die set from Photoplay Paper’s Say it With Stamps.
For this class we created our own stencil using the die cut as a template and then using some inks (I used Stamp Market Peachy and Mossy and Gathered Twigs distress ink). The sequins are from Neat & Tangled Festive Fall mi.
C’mon back tomorrow for a bunch more examples of our cards for this weekend!