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September 13, 2022

DT: Shaker Flower Paperclip Bookmarks

 




Hi, 

This is Veronica from vicky's scrapping passion, sharing with you my next post for Craftwell. 

For this project, I used The Fancy Flowers Kit (Queen & CO). I followed the kit's instructions for color combinations and assembly instructions after using my SNAP for die cutting the pieces.

First, I wanted to make a bunch of flowers to revamp my Whooo's Making the Right Choice? Poster Board:




But then I decided to make them bookmarks by adding jumbo paperclips to their back:




I like this option so much better as it highlights the shaker parts of the flowers. I might use them as little gifts for my children teachers soon.

I could still use a few to put in my poster board by attaching them to thumbtacks. This shaker kit is so much fun to play as all the other Queen & CO kits. 


Craftwell Tools

SNAP die cut machine

Other Companies:




Foam tape
Glossy Accents glue 
Hot glue gun for adding the paperclips.

 I hope you enjoy it this fun project and please follow my blog as well: vicky's scrapping passion.



Vicky Tovar




 



September 5, 2022

Framed Coreopsis

Hello everyone!! This is Berina here today, with a beautiful floral card using Susan's Garden dies.




One of our friends recently moved to a different city and I made this card for all of our friends to sign an a memento for them. What's better than a floral card? I had bought this die quite some time back and have used it  few time. This time, I decided to make the flowers in more Fall-ish colors. I followed Susan's videos to make the flowers. I used my Craftwell SNAP to die cut all the layers. I don't have all the flower shaping tools, so shaped them with what I have. I seemed fitting to add a frame for these flowers. I cut out a frame out of brown card stock and embossed it with Craftwell - Woodgrain Cottage embossing folder. I added this frame with foam tape on my 5 x 7 card base. Then I arranged the flowers and leaves and adhered them down. I didn't know what sentiment to add, so left it blank.

How do you like my card today? Please do let me know in the comments below. Thank you for stopping by. Have a great day!

August 26, 2022

Happy Women's Day!

Hi everyone! 

Katie here with another post and wanted to make something for "Women's Equality Day".

 



Materials

Craftwell eBosser

Craftwell eBrush Airbrush System

Spectrum Noir markers

Flower cutting dies from Amazon

Alphabet cutting dies from Michaels

Cardstock (whatever I had leftover)

Small color foam circles from Amazon


Some colors I didn't have so I used my handy eBrush with Spectrum Noir markers to airbrush the colors on plain white cardstock and die-cut the flowers out. Below you can see what they look like and came out pretty well.


Start assembling all the flower pieces together, which you can see below:



Here's the finished product! 






I hope everyone enjoyed my project and celebrates Women's Equality Day your way.
Until next time!

Katie

August 17, 2022

DT: Hello NYC, My Favorite Place Mini-Album

 



Hi, 

This is Veronica from vicky's scrapping passion, sharing with you my next post for Craftwell. 

For this project, I used my last month SCT (Scrapbook and Cards Today Magazine) sampler kit. I love all the travel themed papers included and soft pastel color scheme as well as the included die cuts, with a touch of gold foil to make this summer project special:




I'm planning to put a little picture of us in the heart opening...

I specially love the taxis printed paper. It goes so well with NYC, even with the Uber trend.

I only needed to make the binding with my Krockadile and cut the corners of the paper with my Krumper (I think that is how it is called). For the binding, I made loops of green elastic cord and tied several coordinated ribbons to them:





For the title, I diecut the sentiment: "Hello" using two lovely colorful papers from the kit:





Working with kits from the same company makes it easier to combine papers, and embellishments without worrying about matching them.

Craftwell Tools

SNAP die cut machine

Other Companies:




SCT April Sampler
Dies: Hello part of the sampler, SCT July kit
SCT July kit printed papers, and die cuts
Double sided tape
Foam tape
3 Girl Jam Ribbons
unknown green elastic cord

 I hope you enjoy it this fun project and please follow my blog as well: vicky's scrapping passion.



Vicky Tovar




 



August 8, 2022

Red Christmas Ornament

 Hello everyone! This is Berina here today, with a Christmas card - I know it's August, but I do like to get started on making a few different designs early and then decide on the one which I will be making for my family in India. Since this goes overseas, I like to mail them before Thanksgiving.

I used the Noel Ornament die set from Heartfelt Creations. I love the red and gold combo. I used ivory card base and layered gold and ivory card stock. To ground the ornament I added a holly bough, die cut with Sizzix Mini Holiday Greens die set and added a few red pearls as berries. For the sentiment, I used Divinity Designs Christmas Mini Set. I used my Craftwell SNAP to die cut all the elements.

Thank you for stopping by. Have a great day!

-Berina

August 1, 2022

Airbrushed galaxy cake

Hello,

Today I'm here with a galaxy theme cake decorated using Craftwell eBrush

I began with baking cake and frosted completely using colors blue, pink, purple, black to bring the galaxy effect. I also made planets using fondant.  

To bring more galaxy effect, I have used Craftwell eBrush and siphon kit with silver luster dust mixed with lemon extract. Then airbrushed then and there on the cake to bring sparkly effect. 

Attaching my work for reference. 


Thank you,

Lavanya Ravindran 

July 26, 2022

DT: Christmas in July Ornaments, Tags, and Card

  


 Dear Scrappers,


This is Veronica, from Vicky's Scrapping Passion sharing my post for Craftwell:
For this post, I made some Christmas ornaments, tags, and with a leftover cut, a card.
For the ornaments I used clear plastic ornaments from Michaels (the ones that open in the middle) and used some die cuts from the Anna Griffin "Christmas Sentiment die set" and some Chunky glitter.



I used some metallic cardstock (a lead color) and hot glued the die cut to one of the half of the ornament, added some glitter to it and closed the ornament, and hot glued some glitter ribbon around the seam.


For the shaker cards, I used the kit of the month (from a few years ago) from Sizzix. I used the glitter card stock included in the kit to cut the outlines and regular cardstock for the back. For the back of the star, I used another Sizzix die that I had. I complemented the look with die cuts using Spellbinder dies and glitter cardstock.




With the leftover AG Christmas sentiment die cuts, I made cards:


Inside:


I used the Holiday card kit from CTMH, stamps and ink:



I cut all the die cuts with my SNAP.

More ornaments:




I hope you enjoyed my few projects and please make sure to visit my blog for more inspiration and to follow me.

Merry Christmas in July








July 18, 2022

Blue Flowers

Hello everyone! This is Berina here today, with a floral thank you card using beautiful blue flowers.


I used the Climber Flowers die set from Altenew to die cut the flowers and leaves on my SNAP machine. I have set this machine on my craft table and it's easier to use it for most of my die cutting now. I die cut them on white card stock and colored them with alcohol markers. It's easy to assemble by looking at the layering guide. Once I had the flowers and leaves all assembled, I took a white card base and used the Woven Stencil from Altenew to add a bit of a pattern to the card base. I arranged the flowers and leaves in the way I wanted and adhered them down. For the sentiment, I used the Fancy Hello die, again from Altenew, in black.

How do you like this card today? Please do let me know in the comments. Thank you for stopping by. Have a great day!

- Berina

July 8, 2022

Airbrush Photo Frames

 Hi everyone!

Katie here with a fun project of making custom airbrushed photo frames to which can be great gifts. 

They can be made custom to whoever you give it to or maybe just for yourself 😉




Materials:

Craftwell eBrush and eBosser

Sharpie markers

Rectangle square frame cutting dies from Amazon

Sizzix Thinlit Hot Air Balloon (used the flower dies)

Bristol board paper

Double-sided square foam tape

A variety of cardstock



Chose 2 sets of Sharpie markers and used Craftwell eBrush to airbrush on Bristol board paper. 
Took the airbrushed papers and die cut into them with the rectangle square frames.



Used the eBosser to die cut into my cardstock papers of flowers and stars, slowly started to assemble everything. 
I'll just say I would sometimes misplace the flowers since their so small 😂


Below are the finish project:




What's great about these is you can place them into actual photo frames and then gift it.


Get your very own eBrush Airbrush System from our shopping website!


I hope everyone enjoyed my project and put your own touch on it.
Until next time.

From Katie


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