I’m bringing a little something home decor’ish to the blog today.
I had the chance to attend Art Impressions’ Warehouse Sale last year and picked up a pack of some printed Pop-Ups elements they had for cards. I pulled them out the other day to make a card and decided to do something different.
I have a few “hair” ladies in my life who I thought would get a good kick out of them so I made this little frame with the Pop-Ups.
The images just cracked me up!
Since I used lots of Crafty Foam Tape to piece the parts together, I removed the glass from the frame. I really wanted the bulk and pop to be there.
I simply made a little mat of cardstock and patterned paper and added all the elements to it.
To give them even more pop, I added some Glossy Accents, glitter glue and Nuvo Crystal Drops to the cut-outs.
I like how the little details just add a little something. 🙂
Hopefully, the hair ladies in my life will enjoy this as much as me.
Thanks for stopping by.
I’m up on the blog for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L today, sharing this fun little card set.
I had so much fun making this. Not often you get to go clean and graphic when adding a little bit of glitz with foil and flock. 🙂 But I did…. and, man, it was fun!
Swing by their blog for the scoop on making a set like it. I’ve also got a few tips for adhering down teeny, tiny words (like the Awesome word my cards). They’ve got the perfect adhesives for that. Oh yes, and there are tips for using adhesives with foil and flock too.
Hope you will check out the post!
See you again soon, friends.
I’m up on the blog for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L today, sharing the scoop on how to make some fun tag bookmarks.
These tag bookmarks are really, really, really easy to make with their Self-Laminating Pouches.
I really wanted to use some cute stamps I had from My Favorite Things to decorate my bookmarks, but you’ll see this little project could be created with stamps from pretty much anyone out there… or stickers… or die-cuts. And it’s a craft that could do… or you could easily make with a child.
Be sure to check out the post! I’d be tickled if you would.
And thanks, as always, for stopping by my little spot on the web. I sure appreciate your visits.
I’m up on the blog for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L today.
I’m super excited to be over there, sharing a quick and easy way to embellish patterned paper with…. stencils, glitter and the Dual Tip Glue Pen. It’s such an easy to add a little bit of glitz and shimmer to papers.
Be sure to check out the post.
Be back again later, gators.
Back with another stamped card to share with you. This is a fun one I put together with a few images I stamped a few months ago while crafting the weekend away with friends.
I have to be honest: This card made me laugh as it came together. I worked on it over a couple days and, eventually, told myself I just had to stop adding to the goofy little scene.
There is quite a bit of mixing and matching here. I used stamps from Heffy Doodle (the alligator, lion, champagne bottle), Mama Elephant (the words), Lawn Fawn (the stars) and Sunny Studio Stamps (the cupcake).
I wanted some of the elements on the card to stand out (the cupcake, bottle and the “OMG” bubble) so I used some Thin 3D Foam Squares from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L to adhere them to the card. The thin squares are perfect because they add just a little bit of pop but not too much.
This card might end up being used as a birthday card for a friend. Or I might just send to to an awesome friend, who will hopefully get a kick out of it. We’ll see. But it was fun to make.
Thanks for stopping by today. See you again.
I’m up on the blog for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L today. I’m sharing this card over there, and I’m telling you my secrets for making foiled dots and hearts like you see on the card.
Here’s a hint on the technique: I used two different kinds of adhesives to pull it off. Oh, just you wait. It’s crazy fun.
Be sure to check out the post over there for more deets.
See you again soon, friends.
Super geeked to be hopping today with the fun folks from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L and Hero Arts. You should have arrived here from the blog of Shelleye McDaniel. (Next stop after this one is Terri Burson!)
I’ve got 2 cards to share with you today.
Meet card no. 1.
I had a lot of fun making this card with the Food Puns stamps from Hero Arts. I made the heart waffles by stamping them on cardstock and coloring them in with markers. I fussy cut them out with scissors and then adhere them to my card with 3D Foam Squares Regular Size from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. I love the pop the the squares give.
And meet card no. 2.
I used the It’s Fiesta Time stamp set from Hero Arts to stamp the dog, bottle, bones and sentiment for this card. Once again, I stamped on white cardstock and then colored things in with markers. Again, I did some fancy fussy cutting.
To give the card a little sparkle, I adhered 3D Foam Circles White Mix onto the card. I removed the backing paper on top and rubbed red foil (from the 3D Foam Creative Embellishment Kit) onto the sticky surface. It’s kinda like magic, giving the circles a foil-y finish!
By the way, to hold the papers to both cards, I used E-Z Runner Grand Refillable Dispenser. It’s a great tool!
Alright! That’s what I have! There are will two $35 value prizes (one from Hero Arts and one from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L) for blog hoppers! International entries are welcome. You have until Sunday, 6/24, at 11:59 p.m. CST to enter! (You can do so by clicking the red button below.)
And here’s the hop list! Next stop on the hop is the blog of Terri Burson!
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®
Teri Anderson (You are here!)
Terri Burson (<————————-NEXT STOP!)
Yvonne van de Grijp
Happy blog hopping! Thanks, as always for stopping by!