Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Happy Harvest with The Maker's Movement

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here with a fun project using the Home for the Holidays Stamp and die set from The Maker's Movement. I also used the "An Autumn Breeze 6x6 paper pad. 


 This card was so much fun to make, I love this truck and you will see over the next couple months other projects using the same truck with different items it will be hauling. 
I love the 6" x 6" paper pad as well. This pad has 24 double sided sheets. 12 designs total. I'm going to have fun with it the next couple months.

To make this card I first stamped and cut the truck image, I then stamped and cut the pumpkins image. I  used Copic (yes you read that right, I've started using some Copics markers , I have 30 in my collection now) to color the images. I used Bearly Art Glue to adhere the pumpkins to the truck bed.

I then cut a panel 4" x 5.25" from a panel of the pattern paper that is a sky blue with leaf shadows that I thought looked like muted clouds. Another panel was perfect to make a striped road. Again Bearly Art Glue was used to adhere these panels together. 

I layered these panels to a piece of burnt rust shimmer cardstock and layered it all on an A2 size card base made of Kraft Color Cardstock. 

I hope this project was inspirational for you. I know I had a great time making it. 



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An Autumn Breeze Paper Pad
An Autumn Breeze Paper Pad
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Home For The Holidays Stamp Set
Home For The Holidays Stamp Set
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Home For The Holidays Die Set
Home For The Holidays Die Set
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Halloween Shaker Sprinkles
Halloween Shaker Sprinkles
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Bearly Art Adhesive
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Memento Tuxedo Black
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Wednesday, August 25, 2021

Happy Halloween, A Makers Movement Shaker Card

Hey there friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here with a fun shaker card I made today using a new die frome from The Makers Movement.

 


The Forest Frame was the perfect setting for this shaker card. I used Versafine Clair inks in Fantasia, Summertime and Verdant to ink up the background. I used the Forest Frame die which I cut out of Black heavyweight cardstock in my Vagabond. 

I then cut both panels to 4" x 5.25". Adhered them together using Bearly Art liquid glue and then added Gold Shimmer spray to give a little in person shimmer. I wish I was able to pick that up in the photo.  

I used a technique I learned on youtube to make a pocket out put my panel in, I used score tape on 3 sides to adhere to my panels, I then added the Witch's  Brew shaker sprinkles to my pouch, and then adhered the 4th corner down. I then used foam tape to adhere this to my black card base. 

I hope you enjoyed this project and I'll be back in a couple weeks with my next fun project. 






Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Birthday Wishes


Hey there friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here with a fun card I made for the Retro Rubber Blog Challenge 165 with the theme of Transportation. 
I used a kit from last year I purchased for The Paper Cuts card Class In December and never got around to doing the class. SO... pairing the Classic Card Image from Endless Creations G10HL Classic Car, I can find this dating back to at least 2018. 
I also used a diamond plate embossing powder to add texture in the background. I hope you enjoy. 

 

Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Just Straight Chilln' A Makers Movement Post

Hey there friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here with a fun summer project using the Just Chillin' stamp and die set from The Makers Movement. 


I just love working with stencils, and making shaker cards. For this one I used pool colored cardstock and Salvaged Petina Distress Oxide, along with a stencil from MFT. This added to the look of our little unicorn friend floating in a pool of sprinkles (my husband thought they would look like pool noodles) from the Sweet Tooth set in the Spooky Shaker collection. I colored my images using both Copic and Ohuhu markers and stamped the sentiment using Versafine Clair in Nocturne. 

I hope you enjoyed this post today. Have a great summer. I'm at the beach now and about to go enjoy some time in the pool myself like this unicorn. 



 

Monday, June 7, 2021

Sending Sweet Birthday Wishes

 

Hi there friends and fellow crafters. LeeANn here with a fun birthday card I made for my eldest daughter this year using this great stamp and die set from The Makers Movement. I had so much fun with it, and made it interactive as well just to add a little bit more fun. 

First I die cut all the pieces for the Ice Cream Truck. For the window I cut silver Mirror Cardstock and then covered that with Vellum to dull the color a bit. All solid color cardstock came from Stamp Me Some Love, other than the Silver Mirror Cardstock. The Pattern Paper is from an Echo Park Paper Pad. Everything will be linked at the end of this post. 
On a panel of white cardstock I stamped the Panda image and colored it using my Ohuhu Markers. Once that was complete I put the truck together with the image in its spot and started working on the background. Using a stencil from Create & Inkspire I ink blended the grass and sky. 
I cut a strip of white cardstock and stamped the sentiment and figured out how I was going to make the pull tab so that the sentiment could be pulled out. once that was done I assembled the card. Then I decided to work on the inside, somethinng I do not always do. For this I used cardstock from my stash and cut the donuts, icing, ice cream scoops and cone out. I layered them together and adhered to the inside of the card. I added some accents on the ice cream with a white gel pen. I did accents on the Donuts using the same gel pen and a glaze pen. 


I hope you enjoyed this card as much as I enjoyed making it. It was mailed a few weeks ago so the recipient has it now. Let me know, what is your favorite, Chocolate or Vanilla? hers was for sure Chocolate. 



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Friday, May 28, 2021

CONGRATULATIONS MAMA BIRD!!! A SCRAPPYTAILS PROJECT


Hi there friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here with my May 2021 project for Scrappy Tails Crafts. I had a lot of fun making this project and hope you enjoy it. I have linked my video below the photo so you can see how it was made. Products used are below as well. 



I chose to make a mini slimline card. Off screen I cut my cardbase 7" x 6" and scored at 3.5". I then cut the Deep Blue panel 3.25" x 5.75" and then my white panel 3" x 5.5". 
I had also stamped the images with Versamark Ink and Heat Embossed using Black Embossing Powder. These were then cut out and ready to go. 
Once I had the camera rolling I used Karin Brush Markers to color the images and then blended using Spectrum Noir Glitter Brush pen. 
I used Tim Holtz Distress Oxide in Tumbled Glass to blend the background using a stencil from Create & Inkspire.
I attached all layers and elements using Bearly Art Precision Craft Glue and with that my project was complete. 


Real time this video was 19 minutes, I sped up 2x which made this video just over 9 minutes with intro and outro. I really hope you enjoy this project. 



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Friday, May 14, 2021

HEY A Stamp Me Some Love Project

 Hey there Friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here with a fun project using paper from Stamp Me Some Love, as well as a stencil, dies and a stamp from MFT. I had so much fun with this project and I hope you enjoy. I do have a video to show you how I made this card that was sped up 4times the original speed. 



This project was fun and easy and while it looks like it may have taken a long time, it was really 26 minutes not counting the die cutting.  That was all done before hand.
step by step instructions:
  • off camera I die cut the heart burst frame die 13 times, once out of each of the colors listed below. 
  • I cut the heart burst backer die one time out of black suede cardstock. 
  • I cut my cardbase using GinaK Designs White Heavyweight Cardstock to 7" x 8.5", scored at 3.5" to make my slimline cardbase.
  • I cut a panel of Black Suede to 3 3/8" x 8 3/8" 
  • I cut the panel left from my cardbase to 8" x 3"
THIS IS WHERE FILMING STARTED So I'll add the video here!!!


  • Using the long panel and distress oxides along with the rolling cloud stencil I did my ink blending in rainbow order and then started over again to finish filling the panel.
  • I cleaned my brushes off on a smaller cardstock panel and die cut the word HEY from that.
  • I used Bearly Art glue to attach the frame to the background and then adhere each panel in its part of the frame.
  • I adhered the black panel to my cardbase then the stenciled panel on top of that
  • I adhered the heart to the panel and then attached the HEY sentiment to a black die of the same as a shadow. 
  • I then stamped the sentiment "You Have a Nice Heart" using VersaFine Clair in Nocturne
  • I added 5 Rainbow Jewels to the panel and my project was complete.


Disclosure: The links below are affiliate links. If you decide to use these links to shop, you are supporting LeeAnn in her crafting venture - thank you! She may receive a small portion of the sale, at no extra cost to you. These products are endorsed by LeeAnn, and I hope you will love them too.