Have you purchased the Punny Pals stamp set yet?
Not only is it one of the cutest, most versatile stamp sets with your purchase Close to My Heart donates $7 to Operation Smile.
This stamp set would be perfect for making Valentines…order yours today!
On Monday I posted about the great patterns that are available for our Workshops Your Way kits and I wanted to show you what happens when you just change a few papers around.
Today I wanted to share a couple of cards using the same card pattern, but lots of different twists from the original pattern.
First up is a birthday card made using the Adventure Fundamentals Paper Packet.
The change from embossed paper to a pattern paper was pretty easy, but I still wanted my card to have some texture so I embossed the black cardstock banner.
I used the stamps from the card workshop and just interchanged the sentiment. Finishing off the card were Black & White Dots.
Since the Kind Thoughts kit is made with paper from the Cats & Bats Workshop I thought I’d change a few things up and bring you a spooky Halloween party invitation!
Here’s what I knew when I started this card…I wanted a base of black that I could emboss with the retired Confetti Stars embossing folder to make it look like a night sky. I wanted to use the “word” B&T paper and I wanted to use a combination of stamps from the Cats & Bats suite of products.
Adding an embossed background really gives your card some great texture. I love my Big Shot, but if you are limited on space a Cuttlebug will work just fine. I just kept building on the card as I went along – the cute EEK replaces the circle on my original card and I stamped a spiderweb on the top part of the tag.
Grab this pattern (you can find it here) and make a card using any Close to My Heart papers other than what I’ve used here and share with me on my Papercrafting Princess Facebook page prior to 9/30 for a chance to win a sample packet of papers from the current Holiday Expressions.
Have you picked up your Punny Pals stamp set yet? This adorable new set benefits Operation Smile for the next year. For every set sold Close to My Heart will donate $7 to Operation Smile. One stamp set – lots of Smiles!
My cards feature papers from the new Adventure Fundamentals. I love these bright colors in the muted watercolor shades.
With back to school time Punny Pals would be a fun gift for your child’s teacher. You can order yours today by visiting my store at http://www.papercraftingprincess.ctmh.com
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Happy Friday and welcome to another week of the Color My Heart Color Dare. This week we are featuring the colors: Black, White Daisy, Seaglass, Raspberry, Emerald and Silver.
I wanted to make sure that I got a little more artwork completed with the Operation Smile True Love stamp set before it retires at the end of July. A Seaglass flower from the All Together complements to layer on top of the silver shimmer trim and a few white dots finish things off.
OK, now it’s YOUR turn! The full details on how to join the fun is in the sidebar of our homepage. Each color dare is open until 9:00 CDT on Thursday!
While at the homepage – check out what the other design team members have created and leave them a little love (comments make our day)!
What is the one thing in the current catalog that you are going to miss the most? Leave me a comment if you have a chance.
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Sometimes this is how it all starts, a couple snippets a paper and a few Cricut cuts – in this case a daffodil and a rain boot. I would love a pair of rain boots on most days in the great Pacific Northwest, but alas they have avoided being added to my overflowing collection of shoes and boots.
Now on to show how it all goes together…
I stamped the background with Lagoon Ink using one of the Flower Market Coordinating Stamp sets – those blotches reminded me of raindrops. I added the “hello” sentiment another cut from the Flower Market cartridge.
If you have a minute I love to read your comments and you can even let me know if you own rain boots! Thanks for stopping by!
One of my favorite things to do is surprise someone with a homemade birthday card, what’s even more fun is when you send them an entire party in a box!
I made this cute box card using cuts from the Cricut so although it’s full of details it didn’t take much time. In my humble opinion there are no better colors for a birthday than the Adventure color family.
I reached for solid cardstock and fun patterns from the Fundamentals Paper Collection to complete my card. With 24 12X12 sheets (2 each of 12 designs) you have plenty to choose from to make completing cohesive projects easier than ever before. Priced at just $19.95 they are a terrific basic for your scrapbooking or card-making needs. They also have matching complements and ribbon – woohoo!
If you’d like to learn more about the fundamental line please let me know the patterns are so much fun to play with.
Thanks for stopping by…I look forward to hearing your comments on this card.
The challenge on the Heart to Heart Blog this week is to use your favorite tools…my first thought was to go on and on about the thin cuts – I do love them and they are on sale this month. Then I thought about all the other tools that I use in card making and the one thing that is consistently used is our How To Books.
The Make It From Your Heart pattern books are a staple on my crafting desk…I’ve actually used them so much that the covers are falling off! When you find a pattern that you love, give it a twist – change the papers, change the orientation, make it yours!
You might recognize my card as one from the Some Kinda Wonderful Workshop Your Way and you’re not mistaken. If you find a pattern that you like – give it a twist. It just so happens that the young lady I’m making this card for claims that she “HATES PINK!” I think she’s just misguided, LOL, but to keep the peace I changed my papers to a fun lagoon heart B&T from the Adventure Fundamentals collection.
A good pattern or “card sketch” isn’t hard to find when you turn to the pages of one of the many Close to My Heart How To Books.
I hope you’ll take a minute to let me know what you think of my card and what you’re favorite tool from Close to My Heart is.