Tuesday, 28 November 2017
Hi, it's Mona back with a card featuring Kat Scrappiness Naughty Christmas Stamp set and matching Die ,the Pop Out Die also from Kat Scrappiness and Peeking friends from Gerda Steiner.
I started by picking a double sided patterned paper and die cutting it using the largest of Kat Scrappiness Rectangle Cross Stitch Die set that fits perfectly on a A2 card base. I then took the pop out Die and die cut it more toward the bottom of the card and distressed the edges using Tim Holtz distress tool. I then added double sided tape and adhered the red ribbon on top.
I used my Red Brick disrtress ink and my blending tool to cover the opening of my pop out on my card base. Using my paintbrush, I added droplets of water to add texture to the background.
Now for the fun part I stamped and coloured in my little moose and adhered him peeking out of the hole.
I die cut the word Naughty using black cardstock and used my lawn Fawn Jet black ink to stamp the sentiment above the Naughty. This completes my card for today. I hope you enjoyed it!
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Sunday, 19 November 2017
Hi everyone this is Mona back this time featuring Kat Scrappiness brand new Design a Gingerbread Man Die and used many of Tim Holtz DISTRESS OXIDE inks Cracked Pistachio , Wilted Violets , Broken China ,Faded Jeans, Fired Brick, Iced Spruce are the colours I used to make my backgrounds.
I first started out by die cutting 3 of the gingerbread men using 3 different cardstock s I had in my paper stash and 3 tags with a die cut I had in my stash.
This is where I played around with my distress oxide inks making different colour backgrounds. I then took a old paint brush dipped it in water and let water drops fall on the tags. I proceeded by using different stencils and same inks giving it even more texture and then a little bit of stamping using lawn Fawn Jet Blackand for the final touches on my tags I used the same black to distress the edges. The greetings were die cut ,every thing was glued into place and attached some ribbons from my stash.
I hope you enjoyed this mini tutorial. Thanks for stopping by, hope to see you again soon!
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Sunday, 5 November 2017
Hi everyone this is Mona back with a fun card featuring two ok Kat Scrappiness brand new Die and a stamp set from your next stamp.
These is what I used, Kat Scrappiness Pop out Die , Kat Scrappiness Rectangle Stitched Dies ,Your Next Stamp Scratch Pad Stamp Set .
I started by cutting my card base in this picture you see it in white 41/4 x 51/2 , but I later change my mind and change it to black. I proceeded by cutting my front panel with dole sided pattern paper with the Kat Scrappiness Rectangle Stitched Die the largest of the set. I then placed my Pop out Die where I wanted the whole and die cut it and covered the back of the hole with the same cardstock. Now to give it the torn look I decided to use my Tim Holtz distressing tool around the picks of the hole.
Now for the fun part stamping , colouring and fussy cutting all my cats and my sentiment.
Here I placed everything where I wanted it. But as you will see in my final picture I decided to cut sentiment in half,, leaving Hang in there on the front and stay pawsitive in the inside of the card. This completes my card for today.
Thanks for stopping by, hope to see you again soon. For your shopping convenience here is the link to Kat Scrappiness Store https://www.katscrappiness.com/
Saturday, 4 November 2017
Hi everyone this is Mona back with a cute journal page featuring Kat Scrappiness brand new stamp and die called Toils &Trouble Layered stamp set.
I started out by putting a thin layer of gesso all over my page . Oh! By the way this is in my Dylusion Creative Journal . Once my gesso was dry I used a brick stencil from my stash and my Dream weaver Stencil brush to add Tim Holtz Iced Spruced Distress Oxide to imitate the bricks.
Once my bricks were dry, I used the same stencil brush and a wood grain stencil this time using Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress Oxide to make the floor.
While all my background is drying I used the toils and trouble stamp set and my Tim Holtz Stamp platform to stamp 3 cats in 3 shades of grey then I used the matching Die to cut them out.
Here I did the same thing using the skull stamp one in 3 shades of brown and the other using 3 shades of green. I also Die cut those using the matching die.
Sorry for my messy desk ☺️. This is where I drew 3 light bulbs using a pencil and when I was satisfied I used a black sharpie to trace them. I also used a yellow marker to colour the bulb and a grey for the metal part of it. I then glued everything in place using Ranger Multi Medium. Once everything was glued in place I added the twine for the suspended shelf and also for the light bulbs. For the finishing touch, I used my Faber Castell big brush markers to do all the shading and a white gel pen for the highlights.
This concludes my mini tutorial,I hope you enjoyed it. Thanks a lot for stopping by,hope to see you again very soon.
Tuesday, 19 September 2017
Hi everyone this is Mona back with a fun card featuring one of Kat Scrappiness' new die sets. I must say this is one of my favourites, it's called Never Ending Rectangle Die Set. I really love the look of all those layers, it makes me happy 😊
I started out my card by cutting out my card base at 51/2"x41/4". I picked three my papers that I wanted to layer and then die cut all my rectangles, 9 of them to be more specific starting with the largest one. I really love that colour combination. I proceeded by adhering all my layers using my atg gun which I needed to refill using 1/4" Acid free ATG tape.
I adhered all the layers except the top one so I could stamp more easily using the giraffe from my Gerda Steiner stamp set called Go Wild and my Jet Black ink from Lawn Fawn. The sentiment is from a stamp set that I had in my stash. I then used my alcohol markers to colour my giraffe and adhered it to the top of the card.
This completes my card for today, thanks for stopping by and see you again soon. I have included the link to the Kat Scrappiness store to be able to check out all her new supplies she has in the store.
Friday, 15 September 2017
I started my card by using the largest die from Double Stitched Rectangle Die from Kat Scrappiness and a piece of patterned paper to cover my card base which is 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" then took the Double Stitched Oval Dies from Kat Scrappiness and die cut the oval in the middle of my patterned paper to create a frame for my stamped image.
My next step was to stamp my girl image, used my alcohol markers to colour her in them fussy cut her, I cut around her elbows because I wanted them to stick out. Once that was done I took my red distress ink and a stencil brush and gently added the red on my card base before adhering the frame on top and tucking in my girl a bit behind frame. Once all that was glued into place I stamped my sentiment on a banner die that Inhad in my stash and added to little red heart die cuts on each end.
that completes my card for the coffee blog hop.
Hope you enjoyed this mini tutorial, thanks for stopping by, see you again soon. For your browsin
convenience here is the link to Kat Scrappiness store.
Tuesday, 12 September 2017
Hello everyone this is Mona back with a card featuring Kat Scrappiness brand new Never Ending Rectangle Dies and a fun stamp from Prima called, Valentina Prima Doll.
I first started by selecting the paper I wanted and took the largest rectangle from the Never Ending Rectangle Die Set and then skipped one and took the next size and placed them carefully on my paper securing them with washi tape to make sure it wouldn't move when I pass it in my Vagabond. This made my frame for my card. I proceeded by adhering the frame to my card base which is 4 1/4"x 5 1/2 " .
Now for the fun part. I stamped Valentina twice, once on white cardstock and once on patterned paper with Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink . I coloured the skin and hair on my doll and fussy cut the dress from the patterned paper. Once that was complete I added a sentiment called Craft Today from Art Impressions and added back cardstock to mat it. For the finishing touch I added Kat's beautiful sequins called Pink Wood grain sequins.
This completes my card for today, I hope you enjoyed this mini tutorial. Thanks for stopping by and see you again soon. For your browsing convenience here is the link to Kat Scrappiness.
Tuesday, 5 September 2017
Hello eveyone, this is Mona back with a fun card featuring two of Kat Scrappiness' die sets. I started out by cutting my card base, then using the largest die from the brand new Stitched Postage Edge Rectangle Dies Set and a sheet of Halloween pattern paper from my stash to die cut it and to adhere it to my card base using the Nuevo Deluxe Adhesive. The banner was cut from my same paper bundle, and it was just fussy cut from one of the pattern sheets of paper. The fence was die cut from a old die I had in my stash.
Now the fun part was to die cut the Cute Layered Owl using fun Halloween colours ..I decided purple and green would make him stand out and I adhered him using the Fine tip Glu Pen by Nuevo . For the sentiment, I used a fun stamp set called Sending you good cardma. This completes my card for today.
Thanks for stopping by and make sure to browse Kat Scrappiness for all your crafting must haves. Here is the link for your shopping convenience.