Karin’s Lacy Heart Card Inspiration

It’s the last weekend for the Lots of Heart challenge.  If you haven’t played along yet, there is still time! Your project should feature Lawn Fawn stamps, dies and papers. The Lots of Heart challenge will be open until this Sunday, February 6th at 11:59PM ET.

Karin has your weekend crafting inspiration with a gorgeous card design!

This card is all sorts of beautiful! Karin is so good at designing cards with lots of pretty layers! For this card, she started with a Fancy Scalloped Rectangle (she used partial die-cutting to create the square shape), then she layered an inked Quilted Heart Backdrop on top.

Keeping with a “fancy” theme, Karin masked and inked a Lacy Heart Stackables die. Then she stenciled with Lots of Hearts Background Stencils. The finishing touches are a bouquet of roses from Scent with Love Add-On and Scripty Love!

Thank you for sharing this lovely inspiration, Karin!

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We can’t wait to see all the amazing Lots of Heart challenge entries!
We will be back with a new challenge on Monday! See you then!

Karin’s Lovely Color Inspiration!

Karin shares a sweet design for our Color Inspiration challenge!

This super cute design features Chirpy Chirp Chirp birds and Scripty Love! Karin added sweet little flowers from Spring Sprig and the speech bubble from A Bug Deal! For a little more pretty detail, Karin added a Valentine Border along the bottom edge of the inked Dandy Day paper panel!

Thank you so much for this sweet inspiration, Karin!

The Color Inspiration Challenge continues through Sunday, August 16th at 11:59PM ET. We hope you will join the fun!

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Wishing you all a happy and crafty weekend!

Karin’s Gorgeous Butterflies!

Karin shares a lovely Spring design based on our Card Sketch! I hope it will inspire you to join the challenge!

Karin started by using the Just Stitching Hearts dies to create the pretty pattern on the Storm Cloud panel! It’s such a simple step but it adds so much detail!

Using a stamping tool like a MISTI, Karin first stamped the Flutter By butterflies in Jellyfish Copic-friendly ink on white cardstock. She left the stamp in the MISTI while she colored the butterflies in beautiful Spring color combinations. Then she returned the butterflies to the MISTI to stamp them once again with Clear Embossing Ink and emboss them with gold embossing powder!

Thanks for sharing this fun technique with us today, Karin! Your card is so gorgeous!

Check out the Card Sketch challenge and join the fun! This challenge is open until Sunday, April 19th at 11:59PM ET.

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Thanks for stopping by! Have a great week!