Todays cards feature two new stamp sets from the new Stampin Up catalogue Hello Colour and You’ve Got Style. These stamps are both such cute stamps and they both feature line stamps that I am able to colour in yipee. This is a very mono chrome card using pinks (powder pink from the new in colours) and I found this quite calming and very soft colouring, however any colouring would be fantastic.
This is the video
You will need
Hello Colour Stamp set
You’ve Got Style Stamp set
2017-2019 In Color Classic Stampin’ Pads (I used Powder Pink)
Prismacolors (blush pink, deco pink, deco peach, pink and hot pink)
Whisper white card stock for the base cut to 4 1/4 x 11 scored at 5 1/5
3 3/4 x 3 3/4 for the stamped image and 3 3/4 x 1 1/4 for the sentiment
2017-2019 In Color 12″ X 12″ Cardstock (powder pink) cut to 4 x 5 1/4
Adhesive of your choice (I reccomend snail from Stampin’ Up)
Hope you will give this a ago and show me picture on my facebook page (Crafting With Louisa)
Just to let you know some exciting news, I have opened a new Etsy shop selling handcrafted items (only three cards at the moment but this will increase over the next few weeks.
So please spread the word
Welcome my Crafty Friends
I hope you are enjoying the run up to Easter and I pray that you remember the real reason for Easter, that our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ suffered a terrible death so that we can be reconnected to God. It never ceases to amaze me of that kind of love.
Anyway onto the memo book cover.
You will need the following
A small memo book (can be purchased here), this is an affiliate link (it doesn’t cost you any more but helps support the channel and the blog).
Cardstock cut to 12 x 7 (scored with the 12 side horizontal at 2, 5 7/8, 6 1/8 and 10. Turn to the short side and score a 1/4 inch on both sides.
D.S.P cut to 3 1/2 by 6 1/4
Any additional paper and stamps for decoration.
These are the measurements for the accordion mini album. Videos below
and part 2
You will need
DPS at 6 x 4 1/4 (10 pieces)
6 A2 envelopes
Basic black cardstock for the cover 8 x 5 3/4 (2 pieces)
Sahara sand cardstock for outside (6 1/4 x 4 (2 pieces) and for the inside 6 1/2 x 4 1/4
Chipboard 7 x 4 3/4 (2 pieces)
Hope you enjoy.
Sorry for the weeks absent, It was half term and I have had a much-needed break for a few days. In this tutorial, I will show you how I have created this very simple and cute postcard using my new favourite medium watercolour. I have wanted to learn watercolour for ages and for the next four Thursday nights I will going to a watercolour class, you have been warned that you might get bored with watercolours I have done!
This is the video for today
and here are some photos of the postcard
I used the following supplies
Bunch of blossoms stamp set bundle
From Craft companion
UK Store Aquablend pencils in primaries and florals.
US Store Aquablend pencils in primaries and florals.
Very useful blank colour chart can be found here
Watercolour Postcard Pad 300gsm
Thanks again and see you next time.
Today I have a video for you about the pillow box punch board from We Are Memory Keepers.
I really enjoyed using it and it seems fairly straight forward and easy to use, however it is very much made for the right handed person (I am left although some things I can do with my right. To make the box I used some hand stamp DSP using varies stamps from Stampin Up (let me know in the comment if you would like a video tutorial on it). To make the flower I used the Blossom Builder Punch which with the stamp set is one of my favourites from Stampin Up. I also used the In colour 2016-2018 ink and cardstock to create the two flowers, my favourite part of the box.
Thanks and happy crafting
I would just like to say a huge thank you to Sam for giving me the opportunity to be on January design team, and to those who have honoured me by coming to visit my blog.
For this week’s design, I decided to do a ‘Water colour’ picture using two of the stamps from Bella and friends. I used a few different inks and you can use whatever colours appeal to you. To dress up the frame I used the Blossom Builder Punch to cut the small petal out of Sweet Suger plum (one of the colours used in the painting) as I want to keep the colour them consistent. I stuck these on with mini glue dots so that they looked like they were gently falling, however, I think a hot glue gun would hold them better.
Many thanks and good luck to those who are in the February Design Team
Take care and happy crafting.
Welcome to the third week of Pootlers Design week. I have done a card that is very much a scrap card. I made the striped mat (video coming on Friday) by cutting strips (1/2 inch) from some scrap designer series paper and laying them on the diagonal and butting them up together. I then matted two pieces of DSP from the blooms and wished on white card and embossed on the dog with Chocolate Chip ink and our clear embossing powder.
Thanks for stopping by and see you later.
In this post I have turned the card topper
into a card. I chose the yellow one and made an A2 card base from a piece of Daffodil Delight and the matt is a peice of Designer Series Paper from Have a cuppa. I have made a quick video and the link is below
Hope you have a good and come back for more videos and blog post
Welcome to my blog where I hope to share my ideas on crafting and card making. I am a Stampin Up independent demonstrator and so I am here to help you in your creative life and looking forward to being able to share ideas.
I have been sewing and knitting for many years and I have decided this year to add paper craft to my basket of crafting skills.
Please comment and let me know what you would like to see posted.
Take care and have a fab day.