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November 12, 2019

American Pride Wreath

Greetings to you all and a heartfelt thank you to our service men, women, and their families!
Thank you, and Happy Veteran's Day!!
I am here today to share a project I did inspired by all those who have served!
Especially those loved ones of mine who have served!
It is a simple heart shaped wreath.



I cut out some paper strips in some blue star paper, and some red foil heart paper. 
I then hot glues my paper strips to the foam wreath. Then fir the white stripes I wrapped some white seam binding to the wreath.
Next I used my Snap machine to cut out my stars in silver foil paper. 
After that I hot glued my stars onto the wreath and used some seam binding to hang it on the wall.
Anyways those a the details and this is my project. As always I hope you were inspired.
I also hope that if you, or a member of your family, or a loved one has served our nation,
I hope you feel proud and appreciated! Again, I thank you! 


          Sincerely- Desiree'


October 23, 2019

DT: Spooky Halloween Tag/Card


 Dear Scrappers,

This is Veronica, from Vicky's Scrapping Passion sharing my post for Craftwell:
With Halloween around the corner, I made this tag/card for a dear friend of mine, who always sends me cards:


 and this is the backside:



I bought this TH dies a while ago, but haven't done any halloween projects in a while, thus, I decided to give them a try while I was keeping an eye on our AHG troop pumpkin patch:


I'm amazed about how long the SNAP's battery last. I really love that I can take it everywhere I go and can do my crafting projects.

In short:
I cut the wood grain cardstock (HeroArts)  first with the circle die and then, with the owl die I cut the outline. I cut a complementary circle using the orange distress cardstock (TH) and layered the cuts:

Later, I cut the sentiments from the same wood grain cardstock, distressed with a bronze ink (HeroArts), and let them dry. Meanwhile I added some black stickles to the owl's eyes:


When the sentiments die cuts were dried, I passed them through the Xiron to add adhesive, while I distressed the orange background of the tag. I cut the edge strip of the Mischief cardstock:



In short, I used the printed card stock with Belle and the books, which coordinates perfectly with the die, and cut it out using my SNAP for the mini-album project. I used one of those left-over cuts for making this card, by cutting the printed cardstock to fit in my card. I stamped the sentiment using HeroStamps ink and I also stamped the background for the inside of the card, stamping another sentiment in top. For extra spunk, I added rhinestones from Queen & Co and popped up the Belle die cut and the stamped sentiment. Super easy...






For more pictures and a tutorial, please make sure to my post and my blog for further ideas:

October 16, 2019

Halloween Cookies

Hello,

It's Swathi again from CookiesCakeandLove and this time I am back making some Halloween special cookies using my buddy the Craftwell eBrush. I had some requests from my son’s school to make some Halloween cookies and I couldn’t turn down the request 😂.

These are my classic sugar cookies and I used the royal icing to ice these cookies. I bought some Halloween cookie cutters from Walmart at a very low price last year post Halloween and I have been waiting to try them out forever 😆.


I filled these cookies with white royal icing however I wanted a more pristine white for the ghosts so I airbrushed them with white colour to give the extra shine. I also made a couple of pumpkin shaped cookies and airbrushed them with orange and red to give a mixed colour.

I was really happy with how they turned out. I made an entire batch of them and sent to school with my son who is celebrating Halloween a little earlier this year 😊.

Hope you like my cookies and it inspires you to make some tonight 😊

October 14, 2019

Congratulations! Baby Boy!!

Hello everyone!! This is Berina here today, with this shaker card for a baby shower for a baby boy. 


I cut a piece of 8 1/2" x 11" card stock to 8 1/2" x 7 1/2" I took the remaining 3 1/2" x 8 1/2" and die cut 3 stars out of it. I used the star dies from Brutus Monroe on my Cut N Boss. I die cut various star frames and some small solid stars from a light blue card stock as well. For the shakers, I used Doodle Paper Playground Precious Boy shaker mix. The sentiment is cut from the Charcoal glitterstock with Brutus Monroe Congratulations die. I lined the card base with a grey card stock and adhered the shaker panel on to it. I adhered the sentiment on to it.

How do you like my shaker card today? Please do let me know in the comments. Thanks for stopping by, have a great day.

October 9, 2019

Oh Baby - Baby shower cake


October 7, 2019

Spooky Ghoul Scrapbook Page



October greetings my ghouls and goblins! Desiree, of Her Own Fairytale,
 here with you! SO excited for the new season and Halloween!!
Also delighted to share an 8x8 Pastel-O-Ween, inspired scrapbook page with you!




I started this project off right! I did a little die cutting with my Craftwell SNAP machine!
The dies I used are from Michaels, it's a cute little set of two dies, I only used one though,
Since I am in-love with Craft Smith's Pinkaboo, paper stack you know I HAD to use it again!




After the die cutting. I did some image cuts on my electronic cutting machine, and then did some paper-piecing too. In this pic I just wanted to take in the vibe I wanted to go for...
Oh and here is when I decided I needed to do some eBrush shading, and which the Sharpie was used.




Things were coming together nicely I thought, I needed some depth, POP DOTS time!!
Also the shading with the eBrush was done on my die cut coffin embellishment, I love it!



I had decided at the last minute that my title needed a little something extra! Yeah!
So I brought out this baby, the WRMK word punch! I love this thing! I punched out the
word GHOUL... coz well, that's the kind of thing you do at Halloween. Right?!



And here she is! The completed scrapbook page! Spooky Ghoul and ALL!
I used some blingy spider stickers also found at Michaels.
The frame and bat bow were from images cut with the electronic cutting machine.
I hope as always you liked what I shared today! I hope you were inspired!
Please come back often as my fellow DT members are full of all kinds of amazing
and share it here often!
Before I go, I wish you a magical October and IF you are into the tricks and treats of it all,
I hope you have the happiest of Halloweens!


                                    ❤ - Desiree'




















October 1, 2019

DT: Belle card



 Dear Scrappers,

This is Veronica, from Vicky's Scrapping Passion sharing my post for Craftwell:
I made a Disney card to go with my latest mini-album



 and this is the inside:


I bought this Disney Princess dies, sentiment stamps, and coordinated background cardstock bundle a while ago from Create and Craft. They are perfect to make any quick and easy card for a little (big) girl.

In short, I used the printed card stock with Belle and the books, which coordinates perfectly with the die, and cut it out using my SNAP for the mini-album project. I used one of those left-over cuts for making this card, by cutting the printed cardstock to fit in my card. I stamped the sentiment using HeroStamps ink and I also stamped the background for the inside of the card, stamping another sentiment in top. For extra spunk, I added rhinestones from Queen & Co and popped up the Belle die cut and the stamped sentiment. Super easy...



Here is a picture of the completed mini-album: 



For more pictures and a tutorial, please make sure to my post and my blog for further ideas:

September 20, 2019

Back to school cookies for teachers

Hello Everyone,

Swathi here from CookiesCakeandLove. This time around I made some sugar cookies for my son’s teacher and frosted it with white frosting and airbrushed it with eBrush to give a nice color to the cookies.



I made the cookies using the sugar cookie recipe from preppy kitchen blog and iced it with Wilton readymade white royal icing.

I cut out apple and star shapes to make my back to school cookies and airbrushed it after the royal icing dried for half hour and solid to touch.

It made great gifts and everyone loved it. The Craftwell eBrush made my job simpler and looking forward to make many more cookies for gifting this holiday season.




September 17, 2019

Merry Christmas

Hello everyone!! This is  Berina here, with a shinning and shimmering Christmas card.


I embossed a piece of white card stock with a snowflake embossing folder from The Paper Studio. I die cut the Snowflake Ornament die and the bow from Memory Box on Gilded and Scarlet Glitter stock from Brutus Monroe. I cut strips of the glitter stock and adhered it on to the left edge of the card base. I adhered the embossed panel on to the card base and adhered the glitter ornaments on to it. I die cut the sentiment using a die from Your Next Stamp.

Every year, in December I decide that at least the next year, I should start making my Christmas cards early. And that never happens and the cycle continues. This year, I've made a few cards so far, but nowhere near what I will need. This year, I've decided to make cards with die cutting - it's so much easier and faster to do on my Cut 'n Boss, and so much prettier also, with lots of options. Have you started your Christmas cards yet? Do let me know. What do you think about this card? Please do let me know in the comments below. Thank you for stopping by. Have a great day.

-Berina
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