Hi everyone! Time to share another Stamps of Life Project I made using the "Popsicle Dies" and patterned paper from the Celebrate collection. I fussy cut the phrase some one of the sheets from the pack and added it as the sentiment for the card.
The card was made using the "Step-Ups Heart" die set. Ialso embossed the little popsicle using "Flower/Dots3Pack" embossing folder set.
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Hi everyone Monica here! I made a sort of hanging decor piece for a friends daughter who has a new found love for my La-La Land stamps these days. So I made this hanging piece she can hang off of her mirror using Time Flies Marci and she loves it. I used Memento Tuxedo black in on X-press It paper which is my got to for my copics.
Skin: E000, E00, E04, E11
Hair: E40, E42, E44, E47, E49
Outfit: B91, B93, B97, B99, R00, R02, R05, R08
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Hi everyone, we have been blown away by the fabulous projects created by the teams on the hop so far between Stampendous and Chameleon. Monica from our design team now joins us to share her fabulous projects.
Hi Crafters!! Today I am sharing 2 projects I made with Stampendous, my Chameleon Pens and Dreamweaver. I made a card and a canvas decorative piece.
Monica colored the kitty with the the Cool Grey pen getting
highlights in the face to give a dimensional look, and a touch of Bubble
Gum was added to the nose for super cuteness. The basket was then
colored with Cool Grey and Sky Blue.
Monica has then die cut the kitty out and mounted onto the basket.
We love Monica’s kitty card but we also love this canvas.
Monica added white paste over the stencil and then colored with Chameleon pens when dry, what a cool effect!
Now how would you like to have the chance to play with these pens? We
have a great prize draw where you can win a 5 pack of Chameleon Pens of
your choice and some Stampendous goodies. To enter just leave a comment
at the end of this blog post and sign up for our newsletter HERE, the draw will remain open until Midnight GMT on the 20th July and the winner will be announced on the blog.
Now to hop on over to Stampendous to see what the designers from our hop partners have created.
Running out of baby shower gift ideas or shower decor? No problem!
Today I am going to show you how to make an adorable hidden treasured gift
box using Canvas Corp’s new Snips & Snails collection,
these amazing handmade toys, decor and accessories for a little man’s
room make us just smile. They are perfect for setting on a shelf or
filling the tote and box with toys, little dirty clothes or little
treasures. What a fun way to work with the Canvas Corp Printed Fabric
Panels – adding them like embroidered pieces.
Using your Xyron, run the 7 x 7 panels through the machine. This will make it easier to adhere the panels to the box.
Now, take your .5 x 7 inch strips, run them through your Xyron and
use them to outline the 4 dark blue side panels approximately 1/4 inch
from the edge.
Then, run the images you cut from the It’s a Boy on Ivory fabric panel through your Xyron as well.
Adhere the four dark blue panels to the sides and top of your box.
Then, adhere the It’s a Boy fussy cut images to the side panels as you
With your extra fabric and supplies, you can make some cute alphabet
blocks! Cover the 2 x 2 x 2 blocks with the patterned paper, canvas and
Now, all you need to do is take a sheet from the collection and cut
different letters from the alphabet out so you can create your alphabet
blocks! Easy as that!
Now, this is the easiest step. All you have to do is take your canvas
bag and adhere the images from the fabric panel to the outside of the
And you’re done! Put everything together and box it up for your Hidden Treasure Gift Box!