Showing posts with label Box Card Tutorial. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Box Card Tutorial. Show all posts

Sweet November Button Elf

A super quick blog post today. How sweet is buttons the Elf from Sweet November Stamps. The Christmas Baults have been opened and this adorable elf first debuted in 2009. 


No video today

Card Making Tutorial

Sweet November Stamps Digital Stamp Buttons the Elf
Sweet November Stamps Digital Stamp The Door is Always Open
The Greeting Farm Christmas Day Digital Stamp (tree and presents)
Patterned Paper from Papercraft Society October Box
Tiny Wooden Buttons
A5 Card Base

Card Making Tutorial

I printed by design and added in a background

This was trimmed with the deckle trimmer and adhered onto the patterned paper which was trimmed with the torn trimmer

This panel was adhered onto the card base and wooden buttons were adhered onto each corner of the panel

Thank you for reading

Happy Crafting

Claire xx

Rainbow Smiles

This card started out being blended for a different purpose but I loved it so much I decided to make it a card in it's own right 

There is a video on my YouTube Channel Mrs H's Crafty Corner





Card Making Supplies

Distress Ink in Picked Raspberry, Wilted Violet, Chipped Sapphire and Evergreen Bough
Time For Tea Designs Rainbow Shaker Die
Time For Tea Designs Smile Sentiment Die
Star Sequins
Rainbow Clay Slices 
Pink Dew Drops by Polkadoodles
Nuvo Drops

Card Making Tutorial

A piece of white card was masked across the bottom and blended in picked raspberry, wilted violet and chipped sapphire. Evergreen Bough was then rubbed around the edges

I used the shaker die by Time For Tea Designs to cut the rainbow in green and silver. Double sided tape was adhered to the back if it to hold the panels in place.

The inked panel was adhered onto a A5 Card Base


The smile sentiment was cut in red and un black and then glued so that the black can be seen as a shadow underneath

The rainbow was adhered to the panel with foam squares


And the smile sentiment glued down


Star sequins were added to the inked part


While pink dew drops were added to the white. Along with some clay slice rainbows


The panel was then finished with Nuvo Drops



Thank you for reading

Happy Crafting

Claire xx


Pop Up Box Card - Vintage Tool Box

I make no secret of the fact that I struggle with masculine cards, so to have to do 2 dad cards for my own children, 1 husband card and 1 dad and Grandad for my own father can feel belittle overwhelming and I fear I end up making them all a little similar.

I fancied something a little different for my own dad so decide to go down the route of a pop up card themed as a vintage tool box 

Robot Pop Up Box Card


This card is so easy to make and yet looks so effective and fun. It can be adapted to suit yours or the recipicants personality or even just to suit what crafty items you have in your current stash.