Share Sunday Penguin Pop Up Card

With temperatures climbing into the 90’s today, I thought a pop up penguin card was appropriate! Think cool on this very warm day. I made this card with a stamp set and die set from Pink and Main. I colored the images with alcohol markers.

Special Sunday Stampin Up Share What You Love Mini Album

This is a super easy mini album made from four sheets of 12 inches x 12 inches designer series paper and will hold 50 – 60 photos! Take four sheets of 12 inches x 12 inches paper and score at 6 inches. Turn 90 degrees and score at 3 inches. Fold up the 3 inches score piece to form pockets. Before folding decide which paper you would like to see as the cover and which side you want to see for the inside and pocket. Glue the four sheets of paper together to form a four page 6 inches x 9 inches mini album. Cut four 6 1/4 inches x 8 1/2 inches card stock and score at 4 1/4 inches to form booklets that can hold up to four 6 inches x 4 inches pictures. Cut four 6 1/4 inches x 4/1/4 inches card stock to form photo mats that can hold up to two pictures each. Decorate with the photo mats  and paper on front of album as desired with designer series paper. Take 2 inches x 9 inches piece of paper to wrap around and glue to form binding for the mini album.

Share Sunday Classic Petunia Flowerpot

Recently I had the opportunity to view the Heartfelt Creations online class on Classic Petunia Flowerpot. In the online class,  Emma Lou in  guides you through the steps of creating classic florals grouped together in a bouquet and added to the most adorable flower pot. Things that I learned included

  • Learning stunning coloring and flower shaping techniques.
  • How to pair group together classic florals to form a bouquet/
  • Learning the basics for adding classic florals to florist wires
  • Secrets to adding the perfect finishing touch that adds that sparkle, shine and stiffens the flower.

After watching the online class that is available at https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/shop/?tracking=5add3e34e7161  this is the petunia flowerpot I made. What do you think of my petunia flowerpot?

Share Sunday Folded Handbag

This little handbag is the perfect gift bag and is made out of 12 inches x 12 inches card stock. Using a 12 inch square double sided card stock score down at 1/2 inch, 4 1/2 inches, 7 1/2 inches and 11 1/2 inches and fold on all score lines. Rotate the card stock 90 degrees and score at 3 3/4 inches and 8 1/4 inches. Fold on all the score lines. Turn 90 degrees and cut along the two vertical lines up to the first horizontal line. Turn the square and repeat for the other side. Fold up the two center pieces and fit and stick the outer pieces to create the box. Fold down along the scored tabs and stick down. Cut a 3 inches by 7 inches rectangle from the card stock and score at 3 inches and 5 inches. This piece will be the clasp. Shape the corners of the front of the clasp and valley fold on the score lines. Fit and mate the clasp onto the base of the handbag. Cut two strip of 1/2 inches x 11 inches from the paper to create the handles. Attach the handle to each corner with brads. Add a magnet to the front of the bag and underneath the clasp to create the closure. I decorated mine with a rose. What do you think of the handbag?

 

Botanical Rose Cling Stamp Set https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/shop/?tracking=5add3e34e7161

Botanical Wings Die Set https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/shop/craft-dies/dies-that-match-stamps/botanical-wings-die?tracking=5add3e34e7161

Share Sunday Bunny Garden 3 x 3 Note Cards and Box

This is a a set of 3 inches by 3 inches note cards and note box that was fun to make and is a great gift for any occasion.

Supplies

Rubber Stamp Tapestry Bunny Garden Peg Stamp Set

Other Supplies

Stampin Up Pacific Point Ink

Stampin Up Old Olive Ink

Stampin Up Pacific Point Card stock

White Card Stock

Ribbon

Glue

Score board

Paper cutter

Directions

  1. Cut a 7 1/2 inches square piece of card stock for the base of the box. Score the 7 1/2 inches square card stock on all four sides. Using scissors make vertical cuts on the scored line on all four sides to create a flap in each corner of the 7 1/2 inches square card stock piece. Glue each corner flap on the 7 1/2 inches square card stock and fold into a box.
  2. Cut a 5 1/8 inches square of white card stock for the box cover. Stamp the stem of the flowers randomly in Stampin Up Old Olive ink and stamp the flowers in Stampin Up Pacific Point ink. Score the paper at 3/4 inch on all four sides. Using scissors make vertical cuts on the scored lines on all four sides to create a flap in each corner of the 5 1/8 inches square card stock piece. Glue each corner flap on the 5 1/8 inches square card stock and fold into a box top.
  3. Cut six pieces of Stampin up Pacific Point card stock at 3 inches by 6 inches. Score the card stock at 3 inches to form 3 inches by 3 inches note cards. Cut six pieces to Pacific Point card stock at 2 1/2 inches by 2 1/2 inches.
  4. Cut twelve pieces of white card stock at 2 3/4 inches by 2 3/4 inches and six pieces of white card stock at 2 1/4 inches by 2 1/4 inches.
  5. On the 2 1/4 square white card stock stamp a row of stems in Stampin Up Old Olive ink and row of flowers on top of the stems in Stampin Up Pacific Point ink as per the picture.
  6. Glue the corresponding card stock pieces in order to form framed note cards per picture. Glue a white piece of card stock into the inside of each note card.
  7. Place completed note cards and envelopes in the box. Tie white ribbon around the box.

What do you think of the project? This would be a wonderful gift for Easter or Mother’s Day. I am entering the cards and note card box in A Gem of A Challenge Mother’s Day Challenge.

Share Sunday Eights Cards and Card Box

I had so much fun making these eight cards and card box with items I had on hand. The stamp set is Chelsea Gardens from my CTMH. The paper was in my 6 x 6 inch paper stash with no cover, the card box is stamped with the CTMH stamps, the butterflies colored and the box made with the envelope punch board. I used CTMH patterns found from the download files from the scrapbook and cardmaking kits on the CTMH shopping link. What do you think of the eight cards and card box? I am entering these cards and card box in the heARTful Stamping Challenge and the Heart 2 Heart Card Pattern Challenge.

Share Sunday Easter Baskets

The temperatures are beginning to feel like early spring and Easter is just over a month away. Spring always reveals new smells, baby birds and animals and everything blooms anew after the winter cold. This spring finds me moving in some new and exciting paper crafting directions. I am venturing in new creative directions and very excited to announce that I am going to be showcasing Rubber Stamp Tapestry stamps and projects as a design team member. This first week will feature tutorials for making all of these lovely easy Easter baskets. The baskets were fun and easy to make! Look for tutorials for these baskets starting on Monday.

Established in 2002, Rubber Stamp Tapestry™ is a family owned and operated business located in the foothills of the Uwharrie Mountains in central North Carolina. Each peg stamp is handcrafted in their shop with superior materials manufactured, sourced, assembled and packaged in the United States. Quality is paramount to them, together with protecting our earth’s most valuable resources. They use real red rubber & sustainable wood.

Their online catalog is always growing, and currently contains more than 1,200 individual peg stamps and over 250 stamp sets!

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