Showing posts with label Heat Embossing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Heat Embossing. Show all posts

Hand me the Prosecco

I dont have many quote stamps but I just had yo have this one when I saw it in the sale a few weeks back. It reads
Pass me the processco and watch me get fabulous



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





Card Making Supplies

Distress Oxide in Faded Jeans, Broken China, Worn Lipstick  and Spun Sugar
Cosmic Shimmer Embossing Powder
Crafters Companion Processo Stamp
Ribbon
Heart Sequins
Nuvo Drops

Card Making Tutorial 

The distress oxides were dabbed onto a large piece of acyrlic block and sprayed with water


A piece of watercolour card was paid over the top and then left to dry


The stamp was stamped using versamark ink and heat embossed


A piece of silver ribbon was adhered to the bottom of the card panel


Then dotted with heart sequins


The panel was then finshed with Nuvo Drops


Before being adhered onto an A5 card base

Thank you for reading

Happy Crafting

Claire xx







Hello Bluebird Picked For You

I did intend for this to be a sunset scene but it just sort of developed and before I knew it, it had a bow and buttons, the whole works and not much sign of a sunset

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




Card Making Supplies

Hello Bluebird Picked for You Stamp and Die Set
Heffy Doodle Stitched Slimline Trio Die
Distress Oxide in Faded Jeans, Crackling Campfire and Spiced Marmalade
Ribbon
Wooden Star Buttons
Versamark bossing Ink
Wow Embossing Ink in Earthtone Grape

Card Making Tutorial

The images were stamped, coloured and die cut.

A piece of white card was cut with the stitched slimline die and blended with the distress oxides


The scene was arranged and the images were adhered.


The sentiment was heat embossed.


Ribbon was adhered onto a blue slimline card base.


The panel was adhered onto this


A bow was added I'm the top right hand corner and wooden star buttons arranged along the ribbon


Thank you for reading

Happy Crafting

Claire xx


Hello Bluebird Fairy Garden

I had totally forgotten about this box of Hello Bluebird Stamps and dies I got months ago, long before blogging had even been considered. They cost me a fortune due to this shipping so I am a little cross at myself for neglecting them.
My cards have advanced so much I really do not want to show you my first attempts with them, which properly accounts for why they wee sat unloved and forgotten about.

So here is a creation worthy of their beauty...


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




Card Making Supplies

Hello Bluebird Fairy Garden Stamp and Die Set
Heffy Doodle Stitched Slim Line Trio Die Set 
Distress Ink in Seedless Preserve, Spiced Marmalade and Evergreen Bough 
Spectrum Noir Finesse Ink in Rustic Brown
Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers
Versamark Embossing Ink
Nuvo 3mbossing Powder in Soft Lilac
Polkadoodles tags dies

Card Making Tutorial 

A piece of white card was cut with the slim line die and blended with the distress Inks

The stamps were stamped, coloured and die cut out.

The sentiment was heat embossed and blended in seedless preserve. This was then cut with a banner die

The stamped images were adhered onto the blended panel


The sentiment banner was adhered using foam squares

Small clear dew drops were applied

The panel was then adhered onto a pink slim line card base

Thank you for reading

Happy Crafting

Claire xx

Toadstool magic

I love toadstool, they remind me of childhood Enid Blyton stories. They have some sort of mystery to them


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




Card Making Supplies

Avery Elle Wonky Square Die
Clearly Besotted Happy Campers Stamp Set
Sentiment from Lets Hear it for the Girls by Made to Surprise
Spectrum Noir Finesse in Rustic Brown
Spectrum Noir Finesse in Black Noir
Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers
Spectrum Noir Midas in Metallic Silver
Heffy Doodle Gnome Matter What Stamp Set
Nuvo Drops in Midnight Blue
Stitched Rectangle Nesting Die
Silver Heart Sequins 
Distress Ink Peacock Feathers and Picked Raspberry

Card Making Tutorial

A piece of white card was cut using a stitched rectangle nesting die.
The Wonky Square stitched inner die was run through the big shot, then taped in place and used as a stencil with the distress inks



The Toadstools were stamped, coloured, fussy cut and glued onto the inked square

The sentiment was stamped onto black card using the silver ink


This was trimmed and the corners rounded


Using black ink and the tiny stamps from the Heffy Doodles set the background was stamped

The sentiment was added with foam squares

The panel was then finished with nuvo drops and adhered onto an A5 card base


Thank you for reading

Happy crafting 
Claire xx 



Sending Love

I saw a sentiment card a while ago in our local card shop and it gave me an idea. But of course I did not write it down so it was a fleeting thought. One that properly went, 'oh I can make something like that, I could use...oh look cake' puff  thought gone!!!!

Anyone it popped back into my head so I decided to give it a try. It turned out quite good I think.


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

Card Making Supplies

A5 Card Base in Cream
Purple Card
Red Card
White card
Versamark Embossing Ink
Wow Embossing Powder in Blueberry and Mint Macaroon
Clearly Besotted Cite as Accompaniment Stamp Set
Time Fir Tea Designs Circle Nesting Dies with Love Sentiment
Nuvo Drops in Mustard Gold
Silver heart sequins
Green Sequins

Card Making Tutorial

A piece of purple card was cut using a stitched rectangle die and stamped using versamark.

This was heat embossed in blueberry embossing powder. 


A small heart stamp ( from Otterly fabulous stamp set by creative expressions) was stamped with versamark between the sentiments.
These were embossed in mint macaroon.


A circle was cut in the pink card and a smaller one in white. The love sentiment was cut in purple and the 3 were glued together.


This was then adhered onto the original panel with foam squares. The panel was adhered onto an A5 Card base


The card was finished with a mixture of silver heart sequins, green sequins and mustard gold nuvo drops.


Thanks for reading

Happy crafting

Claire xx

Christmas Eve

 When I was a little girl we went to my Nan's every Sunday for our tea and I use to love the build up to Christmas. We only lived 10 minutes apart at the time and we use to count the Christmas trees in the windows. I bought the Mama elephant Peek a Frame Die set with them Sunday evenings in my mind.

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


Card Making Supplies

Clearly besotted Cosy Christmas Stamp and Die Set

Clearly Besotted Christmas Onesies

Spectrum Noir Finesse Ink in Rustic Brown

Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers

Mama Elephant Peek a Frame Die Set

Sentiment is from Santa Baby Stamp Set by Clearly Besotted

Sequins in Gold

Nuvo Drops in Ruby Slippers, Mustard Gold and Silver Moonlight

Foam Tape

Green A5 Card Base

Versamark Ink

Wow Embossing Power in Ebony

White Card

Small scrap of metallic rust coloured card for window frame


Card Making Tutorial

To begin I stamped, coloured and die cut the fireplace and stockings, while stamping, colouring and fussy cutting the onesies


Using the peek a frame die I cut the window frame into the metallic card and an oping in the white card. The 2 were adhered together to form the front card panel.




Onto the green card base the fireplace and characters were glued so that they were viable through the window.




I doubled a layer of foam tape all around the edge of the front of the card base and adhered the front window panel




A strip of gold card was cut and a slightly smaller green one, formed the sentiment banner. Onto this I heat embossed the sentiment which is from the Clearly Besotted Santa Baby Stamp Set.




The card was then finished with sequins and nuvo drops



Thanks for reading


Happy Crafting

Claire xx