I love beautiful paper and I have lots of it. An embarrassing amount of it to be quite honest. I am always looking for great layouts that showcase pretty paper with a simple layout that is easy to recreate with any paper you have.
This is so easy and the main focal point is the pretty paper. The key here is to have a tiny sentiment so it does not over power the paper.
Here are the specs. The designer paper is cut to 3.75 x 3.75. the next step is to simply layer with coordinating colors. This Fun Stampers Journey paper called The Good Life Prints is absolutely beautiful and make designer paper cards SUPER EASY! Here are the rest of the measurements. Whip Cream 3-3/4 x 4, Chambray Shirt 3-3/4 x 5, Denim Days 5-1/8 x 3-7/8, Whip Cream 4 x 5.25 and the card base is 4.25 x 11, scored at 5.5.
You can see my Use Your Pretty Paper Part 1 HERE and Use Your Pretty Papers Part 2 HERE
And here are the products I used on the card. Click the images to shop in my online store
Love the simplicity of this clean and simple thank you card. Check out my new embossing folder called Bright Days with the subtle sunburst pattern. LOVE!!!
Martha’s Pumpkins has become my go to set for Fall cards. You can see more cards if you type “Martha’s” in the search bar at the top. Or you can click here and here. And the cute little pumpkin bows that come already pre-tied! another LOVE!
Here are the product used in this card. Click the images to shop in my online store:
Hello stamping friends and welcome to a new 2018 Fun Stampers Journey Creative Team blog hop! We are celebrating awesome Fall projects in this hop. Today, I am featuring a Zen Leaves Fall Note card set with a matching card carrier!
What a fun gift set this is! Each of the Zen Leaves are heat embossed with pigment ink and white embossing powder on colored card stock. I used Haystack, Pumpkin Bread, Cocoa Powder and Oatmeal Cookie. Even the colors are fall!
The panel behind the leaves is made of whip cream card stock and the Barn Wall embossing folder. It adds just the right amount of texture.
On each of the four cards, the sentiment is stamped with cocoa powder ink and the Everyday Script bundle. It is backed by a partially die cut rectangle from the Journey Rectangle Long die set.
Each envelope of the Fall Note card set is stamped in ink matching the cardstock on the leaves on the card.
A Fall Note card set is a beautiful gift! It is definitely not complete unless you stamp and decorate the inside of your cards!
The tote is made from the awesome FSJ Card Carrier die. It cuts and scores all the pieces for the box/bag. I added a few extra leaves on the front panel to give it something extra!
Don’t you think this Fall Note card set would make a great fall party or Thanksgiving hostess gift? Hope you enjoyed the project! Keep hopping along and check out my other fellow teammates’ pages. They have some pretty amazing projects to share! Next up is my sweet friend Jenny Watson. She has some great projects in store for you.
If you get lost on the FSJ Creative Team blog hop, here is the entire list of Creative Team links:
Today is day 5 and the last day of the week of Sweet Treats. Today is the Ghirardelli Chocolate Matchbook Holder!
You know I love love love these cute little monsters. I can’t wait to use them after Halloween for Birthdays and other fun events.
Lets get to the Ghirardelli Chocolate Matchbook Holder video tutorial.
Here are the card stock specs. I used Lavender Fusion card stock. The Matchbook wrap is 2-3/4 x 7-1/4. Scored at 3, 3-1/2 and 6-3/4.
The inside pouch is 2-3/8 x 5-3/4. It is scored at 2-1/4, 2-1/2, 2-3/4 and at 5, 5-1/4 and 5-1/2.
the Whip cream card stock is 2-1/2 x 2-3/4 and the inside piece is 2 x 1-1/2.
What do you think of this Ghirardelli Chocolate Matchbook Holder? DO you love it? will you make one? Let me know what you think by sharing a comment below. I hope I inspired you this week to make cute fun Halloween treats!
Here are the products used. Click the image to shop in my online store.
Welcome to Day 2 of the week of Sweet Treats! I’m really excited to share this treat holder with you. How fun is this Peek-a-boo handmade Dove Chocolate box? I just love it and can’t wait to make more for every holiday!
Don’t you just love the little window! I used some nesting circle dies from FSJ, my scoring board and some Halloween paper and stamps! Lets get right to the video tutorial:
OH M Gee– The cuteness! These make the perfect halloween treat, neighbor gift, teacher treat, co-worker surprise. Change the papers and stamps and you could have a stocking stuffer for the holidays!
Box Base: 4 x 3-3/4 (oatmeal cookie card stock). Score at 3/4 on all 4 sides. Top/Wrap: 2-5/8 x 6-3/4 (Through the Years DSP) score 1/2, 2-7/8, 3-5/8 and 6
What do you think of the handmade Dove chocolate box? You’ll find all of these Fun Stampers Journey supplies to make them Handmade Dove Chocolate Boxin my online store by clicking any of the product photos below:
Time to learn how to make your cards MOVE! Check out how I used the Magical Unicorn bundle for 2 of these slider cards in the Slider Card Tutorial… but there is also a pumpkin card too. So many options with the In Motion die set and a few pennies.
I used Pan Pastels for the sky behind the clouds on the embossing folder. Its so easy and you can erase your mistakes! Lets get to the Slider Card Tutorial video! Grab a few pennies!
These In Motion Slider cards are addicting . Here is the the pastel colored version:
Love the cloud dies! Here is the Over the Rainbow Version:
Take a peek at this halloween Martha’s Pumpkin version:
here is a shot of the Copics I used for coloring on the pastel unicorn version: