First thing I did was punch out a hole from the smaller panel of cardstock. I then backed it with pattern paper and then adhered to the card front.
I wanted the little bee from the Bee Happy stamp set to be grounded so I die cut a hexagon using the Mini Containers. Finally I stamped the Bee Happy sentiment from the stamp set but only used the ‘Bee’ I added the die cut Happy for more interest.
Hi everyone, Laurel here again.
My hubby just got a promotion at work so it inspired this card. You never know when it might come in handy. This would work well for a job promotion, graduation or basically anytime you need a congrats.
I used both the Color Me and the Robots paper pads. The stars work well for a congrats card, don’t you think?
Life has been super busy for me lately so it was a quick and easy card. Now that school is out, I will have more time for my crafting and I can’t wait!
I have used a sketch from Sketchy Saturday for this card. To see the sketch and play along, hop on over here.
Hi everyone, Laurel here. When fellow DT member Amy posted some yummy looking coffee flavored popsicles she not only enabled me to purchase some stainless steel popsicle makers… she inspired this card.
I am not actually a fan of the regular popsicles… you know the all sugar kind – but give me a yummy chocolate fudgesicle or something like it and I’m all over it.
So today’s card is just that, a nice cool fudgesicle themed card.
Hi All, it’s Amy here sharing a sweet birthday card! I have to constantly remind myself to design birthday cards. For some reason they just aren’t my go-to design. Today’s card features Bday Bash and Bloom Builder.
I started off my card using a couple strips of paper from the Color Me 6×6. Love the versatility of the black + white designs!
I used a bloom from Bloom Builder and topped it off with an enamel dot. For added dimension I cut an oval yellow felt shape. The cupcake from Bday Bash has been colored with alcohol markers. I finished off my card with a sentiment from the same set, heat embossed in white on a black strip of cardstock.
Good morning everyone! Kat here today to share my most recent #52favorites spread with you. Unfortunately, I am about 4 weeks behind in this project right now. Every time that I think I’m almost caught up, something happens and I am thrown off course again. Oh well. At least the Pattern Happy products make it easy to create quick, yet attractive spreads 🙂
For this spread, I focused on the fun summer colors of blue, green and yellow. I even used an old-school hole punch to make a sprinkling of yellow confetti across the page. I used paper from the 6×6 Robots paper pad and 6×6 Rainbows paper pad and I really like the end result.
Have you started scrapping any of your summer photos yet?
Hi Pattern Happy fans! It’s Amy here sharing a card today. I don’t know about you but I love color. The Suntiments Clear Stamp set is so fun! Topping it off with that sweet smile makes makes me a happy crafter!
Hi everyone, Laurel here with another sketch challenge for you. Don’t forget you have all month to play along and there is a prize up for grabs to one lucky participant!
Here is the card that I created for it:
I am looking ahead to summer what about you? I decided to use the Rainbows collection, such fun happy patterns and colors.
The popsicles are of course from the Coolest Ever die. I just die cut them, pieced together and then mounted on foam squares. The stamped sentiment is from the Colorful Day stamp set. I then used a ‘sweet’ die from my stash.
To add some interest, I just adhered some coordinating buttons and tied on some twine.
Hi everyone! Happy Friday!! Kat here today to share with you some very quick & easy thank you cards.
The We Are Family stamp set is perfect for creating simple, yet customized cards. My child is spoiled rotten by the rest of our family, so we send a lot of thank you notes. I whipped up some quick and easy ones by picking out some cute patterned papers from a variety of Pattern Happy paper pads and adding a simple sentiment on some cardstock. As a final touch, I added one heart (cut from the All Heart set) on top of each of the sentiments and a star sequin to add a little sparkle.
Here is the final result….and the best part? I whipped these up in about 5 minutes!