We are happy to have Samantha Casey join us today to share a fun and interactive Easter card using Chirpy Chirp Chirp!
Hey everyone, Samantha here with a cute little Easter card! I created a fun interactive scene using the Chirpy Chirp Chirp stamp set and coordinating die cuts. I attached a spring behind my two painting chicks. This creates such a fun interactive element because when they move it looks like they are actively painting the egg.
The Let’s Polka in the Meadow pattern papers create a fresh springtime backdrop. I layered Spring Showers clouds and a Fancy Folded Banner for additional layering and dimension. Rhinestones and sequins create a little touch of sparkle!
The current Interactive Challenge is still going on, please be sure to check it out and enter a project! Thanks so much for stopping by, I hope you have a wonderful day!
Kate joins us today to share three simply lovely ways to stamp with Fab Flowers!
Hello! I have a trio of cards featuring the Fab Flowers stamp set. I wanted to focus purely on the stamping and using different color combinations.
First, I have a clean and simple floral birthday card. A simple arrangement in bright colors with the sentiment from Happy Happy Happy stamped over the top in black ink.
I love the combination of gray and yellow so I teamed them together on this card using various ink colors from Lawn Fawn and Distress ink. I added a Stitched Rectangle in Let’s Polka in the Meadow 6×6 paper to frame the stamped design.
Finally, have you heard the saying, “blue and green should never be seen”? I wanted to prove that they can! All three cards have very simple accents of glitter dots and sequins. Thanks for looking!
Thank you for sharing these lovely cards with us today, Kate!
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Karin joins us today to share a fun idea for an interactive card! Her adorable tag could be removed, tied with Lawn Trimmings cord and used as a bookmark! Now that’s clever.
Die cut Stitched Rectangle
from watercolor or textured paper and dry emboss it for extra texture. Then make a card base, slightly larger than the rectangle from the same kind of paper you used for the rectangle .
Die cut Grassy Border and use tape runner to attach to bottom of the tag
Adhere tag to Stitched Rectangle with foam adhesive (or repositionable tape to use as bookmark) and then adhere rectangle to card base with foam adhesive.
We hope Karin‘s adorable Critters in the ‘Burbs tag card has inspired you to come and play along with us. Click HERE to see what’s happening with our current Interactive Challenge!
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