A Scraphappy Southernbelle

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

It's A Card Making Kind Of Day

Hey Everyone! Happy Wednesday! I hope you are having a wonderful day! I have 2 new cards to share with you today. This first card was inspired by all of the beautiful twine projects I've been spotting online and in magazines. I am always amazed at what fellow crafters can do with this adorable crafty medium! So I wanted to give some twine a try. For this card, I created a ribbon spool SVG. I cut the spools out of some brown patterned paper that I found in my scraps bin. I then put some adhesive on the back and wrapped the twine around each spool. I used some pop dots to pop these spools up on my card. I also added a couple of pins to 2 of the spools. The twine and pins on this card could easily be removed and reused by the recipient of this card. 

Also, if you would like this ribbon spool SVG, shoot me an email at aymee810@yahoo.com and I'll be glad to share. I created it this morning especially for this project.

"Hi" Card
Supplies Used
Cardstock: The Paper Studio, Bazzill Basics Paper
Patterned Paper: Fancy Pants Designs
Rhinestones: Glitz Design
Alphabet Stickers: Fancy Pants Designs
Twine: Divine Twine
Pins: Making Memories
Corner Punch: EK Success
Electronic Cutter: Cricut Expression (Provo Craft)
Software: Sure Cuts A Lot
Embossing Machine: Cuttlebug (Provo Craft)
Embossing Plate: Sizzix (Ellison)
Adhesive: Helmar Quick Fix Adhesive Runner, Helmar Zap Dots, Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive
Here is my card...
 To show a bit of dimension on the card...
 I added a couple of smaller spools of twine to the inside of the card.
Now on to the next card. This morning I was blog hopping and visited the fabulous Momenta Blog! I am so glad I did because I saw a card by Christine Meyer that was just the cutest! Christine showed how to use your border punch and paper scraps to create a unique look. Check out her project HERE. Isn't that the cutest?!!! I hope Christine won't mind me lifting her idea. I had purchased the punch she used a few weeks ago and haven't used it too much. So I just had to give this a go and I'm so glad I did! It's a great way to use up scraps and to add a pop of color! Thank you Christine for the wonderful inspiration!!

"Thanks" Card
Supplies Used
Cardstock: Core'dinations, The Paper Studio
Patterned Paper: Die Cuts With A View
Alphabet Stickers: American Crafts
Rub On: Kaisercraft
Rhinestones: Queen & Co
Lace: JoAnn
Border Punch: EK Success
Adhesive: Helmar Quick Fix Adhesive Runner, Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive
I lifted up the border punched edge a bit for added dimension on the card.
 I added another strip to the inside and a rub on.
I'm back to my crafty desk to work on another project...a carnival themed one. If I finish it today, I'll be sure to share. Thanks for visiting my blog! And enjoy your evening!
Happy Scrappin'!!!
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3 comments:

Christine said...

I love it and am flattered you liked it! I'm so glad that after all this time as online acquaintances we are finally on a team together! BTW I am totally addicted to Bakers Twine now :)

Ric Rac and Polka Dots said...

Hi,
I linked to your blog from Jenny's Heart. I am your newest follower. I think your designs are awesome. Scrapping is probably the one thing I have yet to get more into. I did make cards one fall a couple years ago and sent them all out to friends and family. Just for fun. They turned out really well, but honestly I am so obsessive- compulsive about my crafts that having yet another one was just not going to work - I don't have enough time to work on the things I have started now. so, I'll just enjoy looking at yours!
Please join me on my new blog, Ric Rac and Polka Dots. I'm brand new, but have lots of really fun things planned to share. A little bit of everything, quilting, sewing, knitting, crochet, cooking, gardening, you name it! I love doing it all.
Now, if I had the Cricut cutter or one of those machines, then I would do more paper crafts. Actually I want the fabric one for quilting, but it's a little out of my budget!!
I hope to see you at the blog. Leave a comment if you do visit so I can see you were there and get your feedback. Any suggestions on making my blog fun will be appreciated!
Julie

Especially_For_You said...

I absolutely LOVE the knitting spool card! It's so adorable and precise, you must've put a ton of time and effort into it!

I would love if you joined my new blog, Made Especially For You. It's brand new so I'm still getting started, but I have lots of creative plans for it, including my own creations, tips and product reviews.

Ashley
http://especiallymade.blogspot.com