Video: Creating a Quick and Simple Bookmark

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Hi πŸ™‚ Today I wanted to share a quick video with you. I just recently got this cute Hero Arts Fall stamp and wanted to create a quick and simple bookmark with it. I hope some of you like reading books and can use a handmade bookmark; I know I do πŸ˜‰ As always, no long chatter before the video, we better jump right in: I hop you enjoyed my quick and simple bookmark. I really like the Fall colors and can’t get enough of creating Fall themed things πŸ˜› Supplies USed Kat Scrappiness – Color Layering Fall Trees Stamp …

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Video: Using Clarity Stencil Brushes for a Fall Card

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Hello everyone, I’m up on the Kat Scrappiness blog again and this time with a process video πŸ™‚ I’m featuring the Clarity Stencil Brushes with this card, as I just recently got a pack and fell in love with them immediately! I like them so much better than the Ranger ink blending tool to apply Distress Ink through stencils. I’m also using a hilarious stamp set from Newton’s Nook, a Carta Bella paper pack and stencil, and a really pretty sequins mix from Kat Scrappiness. But see for yourself: I hope you enjoyed my video for this snarky birthday card …

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Cancer Awareness Card for Kat Scrappiness

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Wow, October is half way done and there are still so many things to be done for this year… But let’s take a break from all the year end preparations and focus on some other things πŸ˜‰ As you might know, October is breast cancer awareness month. Newton’s Nook released a very cute support stamp set that lets you create encouraging cards for your loved ones. The Design Team at Kat Scrappiness loved this set so much that we wanted to share it with you. Join our challenge for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate for Newton’s Nook, …

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Using a Christmas Tree Die for a Fall Card

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Happy Sunday! I’m up at the Kat Scrappiness blog today with this Fall/ Thanksgiving card. After all the bright Halloween colors during the last days, I needed some settled patterns. And I think the new Lawn Fawn perfectly plaid paper pad is perfect for that. πŸ™‚ I started by die cutting all the tree pieces and the stump from the green-ish and the brown paper and used the rope die for the background plaid paper and some regular white card stock. Then I distressed the tree pieces with Mowed Lawn Distress ink and the stump with Ground Espresso. Now I …

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Celebrating World Card Making Day with a Candy Corn Card

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Happy World Card Making Day! Woohoo! The Kat Scrappiness Design Team is celebrating this special day with tons of amazing cards, challenges and prizes! I would love to see your creation in the challenge over at the Kat Scrappiness blog!!! πŸ™‚ Celebrate with 12% off your favorite products till Oct. 3rd, 2016 with Coupon Code MAKECARDS2016 Here is how I created my candy corn card. I started by creating the background with this cute bat stencil and Dreamweaver texture paste in black matte. This had to dry, although that particular paste doesn’t need an entire day, thankfully. But I still …

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Faux Shaker Card for a Shaker Card Challenge – CYCI #138

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Hi everyone and welcome to a new CYCI challenge πŸ™‚ This week it’s all about shaker cards, or when you just don’t want to deal with all the shakers, a faux shaker card. For this shaker card challenge, I decided to go with the fake version. I started by cutting the hill pieces with the new Lawn Fawn dies. For the hill and the tree parts I used the also new Lawn Fawn fall paper. I adhered everything together and ran it through my big shot using a scalloped frame die. I stamped the fox, the leaves and the squirrel, …

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How About A Haunted House Halloween Card in May?

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We have May and it’s time for a Haunted House Halloween Card, correct? I know it’s a little early, but I just got this amazing Haunted House from So Suzy Stamps and had to create something with it πŸ™‚ Btw, I thought that it might be time to create a water mark for my pictures. Looks more professional, doesn’t it? πŸ˜‰ Anyway, I started with stamping the haunted house using my stamping tool a couple of times to create a crisp, black image. I also added the sentiment using Versafine ink and the “Trick or Treat” stamp from Lawn Fawn’s …

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