I love food themed sets and this one is super cute as you can stamp the funny faces on each. I stamped them all on Bristol Smooth cardstock and used Tombow markers to add colour. Then I cut them out with the coordinating dies.
I also die cut a Stitched star from green cardstock and one from heavy weight vellum and used tiny drops of liquid glue at the stitch lines to adhere them together. In this way the glue doesn’t show through.
For the background of my card I chose a green gingham from the Something Whimsy paper pad and cut it down to cover the full front of an A2 sized card.
After heat embossing a sentiment with white embossing powder on a thin strip of black cardstock I arranged the die cut images and popped them up with 3D foam squares. The sentiment banner as well.
As a finishing touch I added some google eyes and glossy accents to the straw, mustard, tomato and the front of the french fries box. I added some white gel pen details and scattered some clear sequins all around.
I wish you like today’s inspiration and will pop in again soon for more! Until then, get your shopping list ready and happy crafting!
Welcome back!! Laurie here with a sneak peek of the new Succulents Stamps and Dies! This set is super sweet and has the best style of sentiments!
I created a clean and simple card because I wanted that cute potted plant to be the star of the show.
I started by masking off the edges of my card base with some painters tape. I created a rectangle shape that was the same size as the second largest Reverse Scallop Rectangle Dies. I started with a light blend of Worn Lipstick Distress Ink. I then added the Herringbone Stencil over top and used a heavier hand with the same ink.
I die cut 4 of the Reverse Scallop Rectangles and adhered them altogether for a very dimension frame. I lined it up over my inked portion and glued it down. The cute succulent was adhered with liquid adhesive.
Like I said earlier, the style of these sentiments is fantastic! I stamped inside the frame with black ink.
To finish the card off, I added three of the pink Glossy Dots from the Rainbow Glossy Dots Pack. I hope you enjoyed today’s sneak peek! Stay tuned for more fun and amazing projects!
It’s an exciting day! Kathy here and I get to share a Pink & Main sneak peek of a few super adorable products coming in the July 20th release!!
For my card, I cut coral cardstock using one of the new Stamp Post dies. I love the new Envelope Die (seen at the top of my card) which I first cut with white cardstock as the ‘base’ then cut a color assortment of cardstock and ‘colored in’ the die with the inlaid die technique.
And how cuuute is that little succulent image?! It’s from the new Succulents stamps and coordinating dies. I then stamped one of the sentiments from the new Sent with Love set onto dark grey cardstock cut with one of the Stamp Post dies and another of the sentiments onto the envelope. I lined my envelope with a pattern paper from the new Pen Pals 6×6 pad.
Hey, everyone – It’s Lynnea! I’m so excited to be kicking off the Pink & MainJuly 2019 sneak peeks! There are some fabulous happy mail themed products this month and I decided to do something I don’t often do – create a card with just patterned paper!
The Pen Pals 6 x 6 paper pad is SO FABULOUS! You guys …. seriously! So amazing!! The colors are my favorite! Corals and grays and blues! Swoon!! And so many gorgeous patterns! I couldn’t help but to make the paper pad the focus of my card! And I even used the Pen Pals paper pad to create a coordinating envelope!
I used the Pen Pals 6 x 6 paper pad for every aspect of my card! I started by using the lined paper as my background. The envelopes and hearts are from a different piece of paper – I just trimmed them out with my scissors! And the little focal piece is from a third sheet of paper from the Pen Pals paper pad! Fabulous, right?!
Also in the July 2019 release is the Sent with Love 6 x 6 stamp set. It’s PERFECT for creating coordinating envelopes! There’s a large postage stamp image and bunches of sentiments that fit inside! I stamped a few elements on the side of my envelope and added a row of envelopes that I cut out from the Pen Pals 6 x 6 paper pad. And just like that I have an adorable card and matching envelope! I hope you’re excited about the July 2019 release from Pink & Main! It will be available for purchase on Saturday the 20th!
Hi Friends! It is Dana here today ready to share another card with you all. It has been so fun seeing what all the Design Team members have been creating with the New Release, they are a creative bunch!
Today, my card uses the adorable Happy Hour stamp an die set. These little cocktails or summer drinks are so fun and perfect for some relaxing coloring…maybe while even enjoying a favorite cocktail.
I started my card by stamping my image from the Happy Hour Stamp Set with a Copic friendly black ink. I then used my Copic markers and colored my image. Next, I used the Happy Hour Dies to die cut my fruity drink.
For my card layout, I used the Reverse Scallop Rectangle Dies. This is a great set of basic dies with so many options. I used the largest die to frame my A2 card base and then I cut two smaller frames to frame my image.
To finish my card, I stamped my sentiment directly onto my card front and added my framed image to the center of my card.