Here we go with more mass produced cards. This time we are doing birthday cards. Here are the instructions:
- Cut white card base at 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ (the long way)
- Cut the red paper at 4″ x 5″
- Cut party hat from Potpourri basket Cricut cartridge at 2.59″ (page 69)
For variations on embossed:
- run red paper and embossing folder through your machine of choice
- adhere the embossed paper to the card base
For white stitched non-embossed card:
- adhere the red paper to the card base
- use white gel pen to draw stitches.
For the Action Wobble ® make sure you adhere the party hat firmly to the wobble.
Hi… We are finally crafting again. I am making these mass produced Halloween cards for my daughter’s class mates. Since there are so many of them I decided to make them fast and simple. Here are the supplies:
- K&Co. SpookTacular scrapbook paper (any pattern of your choice) – Cut 4″x4″ squares
- Black cardstock (I used Stamping Up basic black) – for the border punch
- Marta Steward spider border punch – punch and cut 4″ wide x 1″ tall strips
- Inkadinkado Halloween stamps (Happy Halloween) – stamp at the right hand corner of each card.
- Lillac Recollections cardstock. Cut long way at 4 1/4″ and score at 5 1/2″ to form A-1 card.
Adhere spider web border to patterned paper and adhere to card base. That is it… You are done! Takes about 3 minutes per card.
We spent most of August in Europe visiting Germany, Austria and Italy. I posted a video on my Youtube channel during our vacation. We found a small town in the south of Germany called Oberammergau. They have wonderful woodcrafters in this town. I wanted to share it on my blog..
I will be posting more crafting videos now that I am back on working mode 🙂
My daughter and I were goofing around today and made these funny sleeping mask.
I used very soft fabric, 3/8″ elastic, fabric paint, fabric flowers and my sewing machine.
The pattern can be found at http://au.lifestyle.yahoo.com/new-idea/family/children/article/-/13121820/create-sleep-mask/
Thanks for watching:
Happy Sunday Crafters!
Made this girly gift box using my favorite SVGCuts! I used my purse that I bought in Vienna Austria as an inspiration. Click on the banner to the right and it will take you to their site if you want to buy the file. I used the Playful Parlor collection and chose the “Playful gift bag.” I customize it by using satin cord and creating a strap for it to make it look more like a real purse. All the files come pre-measured for you so need to configure them. The finish box is 9.5″ wide x 4.5″ deep x 6 1/4″ tall.
Of course you can always buy the beautiful satin flowers at my shop to finish it up: http://store.ldmcreations.com/
Thanks for watching!