I have a Springtime card up on the HSN blog today using the AMAZING Next Dimension 3D Embellishment Sticker Kit from Lisa Bearnson. I adore this kit! Just look at the variety of dimensional stickers that are in this kit!
Here’s a closer look at each sheet.
I put together a quick card using these adorable stickers and my sewing machine.
Feel free to use a different sentiment to fit your needs.
For a step-by-step look at how this card came together, be sure to visit the HSN Blog HERE. To purchase these adorable stickers, visit HSN.com HERE.
Have a great day!
Three Birds is on HSN today at 7 am and 2 pm (Eastern) debuting the Graceful Season collection. And to celebrate they are giving away the prize package pictured below. This prize package includes the Paper Pad Collection, 3D Embellishment Kit, and the Quilled Cardmaking Kit. Enter on Facebook RIGHT HERE.
Here’s a few of the projects I’ve created with this darling collection.
MILK CARTON TREAT CONTAINER
Don’t forget to ENTER NOW for your chance to own the Graceful Season collection, or purchase now at HSN.com.
Good morning, crafty friends! Lately, I’ve had the opportunity to play with all kinds of new products and goodies as I create projects for Lisa Bearnson’s upcoming show on HSN (Don’t forget! March 24th! *wink*) One of the brand new products I’ve had a chance to work with is the eBrush tool by Craftwell. The eBrush turns your favorite markers into spray art. And guess what?! Today Lisa Bearnson is giving one away on her blog!
There are many ways you can use this tool. Here is a look at the first few projects I created while playing around with this machine.
Use die cuts as a mask to create fun backgrounds for your cards and pages. (Snowflake background, “Let It Snow” title)
On this card, I created the sky by spraying the ink across this cloud border several times. (So much fun!) Here’s a look at the background before adding the sentiment sticker.
And here it is after. (Sidenote: This sticker comes from the awesome Mega Sticker Kit which will also be on the March 24th shows. Stamped images colored with Chromatix markers.)
And here’s a fun, splatter treatment I made on this black and white card. (Typewriter Sketch Pen Image)
If you’d like to add this tool to your crafting arsenal, head over to Lisa’s blog and enter the Rafflecopter eBrush Giveaway!
Have a great day!
Yesterday I had several projects featured on the BasicGrey Blog using the R.S.V.P. collection. I’ll share a few of my favorites here, but if you would like to see them all, be sure to go see the post HERE. :)
Each year my parents take the kids out on a Birthday lunch and shopping date. They love having the special one-on-one time with Gramma and Grampa.
I had fun combining several of the patterned papers together on this page. And the new Printed Veneer Tags are so swoon-worthy! I decided to use one of them as a home for my title, a 3×4 phrase card and a few die cuts.
I used a color block technique on this page about my daughter’s birthday party. Machine stitching between the sections and repeating the circular elements around the page ties it all together. I had a lot of fun “decorating” each of the circles with all the fun products available in the RSVP collection.
And here are a couple of cards … gotta always have birthday cards on hand! :) On this first card, I layered together several frames to serve as the main element of this card. I love how the colors and themes of this collection aren’t too age- or gender-specific. This is one of those cards that would be appropriate to give to anyone.
This next card is great for any occasion. I cut out the red “So Much Happiness” layer and then combined it together with more Snippets, die cuts, and a transparency bouquet of flowers. It was so easy! I finished it off by wrapping the sentiment with a length of string and adding a few candy dots.
Thanks for coming by today!