Congrats!

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Hello crafty friends!!
I hope you are having a wonderful Wednesday!
 Stacey here with another project that showcases some of those awesome 
I wanted to make a really simple, yet pretty, Congrats card to have on hand.

This was so super simple to do! I cut out Congrats, 5 times using the Congrats die. Four times were in white and once from the pretty pink paper in the Shades of Spring paper pack. I adhered them, trying to keep them as even as I could, onto some white cardstock. Once I had them all adhered, I trimmed my cardstock making sure to trim off some of the words. I added a strip of black striped cardstock from the Spring Color Pop paper pad to the edge and some glitter tape and attached that panel onto my A2 cardbase. So super easy but I think it really makes an impact. 
 
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I hope you have a great crafty day!
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A Big Hello

Hello P&M Fans,

My Design Team post for this week is a simple card using an adorable Pink and Main stamp set, Seas the Day, and Hello Dies. Finally broke out my Distress Oxide Inks! They are so much fun to play with. I am most impressed with how creamy and blend-able they are.

Supplies used:

Pink and Main:  Dies Hello Dies. Stamps Seas the Day,

Versafine Ink, Prismacolor pencils, gamsol, Marvy Reminisce White Gel Pen, purple stickles, Distress Oxide Inks, water

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Crafty hugs,

Pam Pease

Pink and Main DT,

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Gnome scene card

Hi,

in latest release you could find dies to Hey Gnomie stamp set- Hey Gnomie dies.  

This card is very easy woodland scene. All images are stamped with Versa Fine onyx black ink and coloured with Kuretake Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers. I used for frame paper from Spring fling paper pad and Stitched Cicle Dies to make window and Scallop Waves Dies to make hills with two different green papers.


Have a nice day

Kate Dachovska

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Congrats You Did It!

Good Morning Pink and Main Friends!

We have a friend who was taking her final exam to become a nurse and she passed! So I thought it would be fun to make a card to celebrate the occasion!

Design Steps:

  1. Use a black A2 card base and round the corners cut a slightly smaller piece diagonal black and white  Pink and Main DP from the Spring Color Pop pad round corners and glue to card front
  2. Cut a piece of white card stock 4 x 5 1/4 and emboss with polka dots glue to card
  3. Cut a piece of black and white polka dot paper  4 x 3 from Pink and Main DP from the Spring Color Pop pad round corners and glue to card
  4. Using Pink and Main Scallop Borders Dies cut a strip of black and pink card stock and glue to card as shown
  5. Cut Pink and Main’s Congrats out of black card stock and glue to the front
  6. Using Pink and Main Congrats stamp set stamp You Did It on black card stock with Versa Mark ink and white embossing powder layer on pink card stock and glue to card as shown

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Blessings

Pam

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Seas The Day shaker card

Hi Everyone, DT Kimberly here! I hope you are having a wonderful day!

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I made a shaker card using the new Seas The Day stamp set and the coordinating Seas The Day dies.


I started the card out by stamping, and copic coloring the cute Octopus and Turtle from the set, along with the starfish and some coral and greenery. Then I die cut the Octopus, Turtle and starfish.
Next, I die cut several frames (about 10), made with the two largest Stitched Rounded Rectangles Dies, to create a window for the shaker. I also die cut two of the largest Stitched Rounded Rectangles for the background and the inside of the card. Next, I suspended the Octopus and Turtle inside the shaker frame using some clear thread, they can move around just a bit. I stamped the bubbles on the background using some coordinating ink. Then I added the background panel to a A2 card base, followed by the shaker frame with the suspended Octopus and Turtle. Next, I took some Heat Resistant Acetate and embossed the “Seas the Day” sentiment in white from the set. I added some sequins and seed beads to the shaker window before layering the acetate and two more frames on top of that.

The Octopus and Turtle move around the shaker card just a bit, its a really fun card.

The sentiment is a little hard to see in pictures, so here is a close up of it.

I hope you were inspired today!! Shaker cards are so much fun and the possibilities are endless!!

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Have a wonderful day!

Kimberly

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