It’s Kristine with you today and I have some super cute cards to share with you! Summer is coming .. slowly but surely on the East Coast and it’s time to start thinking about bright colors and yummy Popsicles!
I created 2 similar cards using papers from the Rainbows Paper Pad and the Coolest Ever Clear Stamp Set. I also used birthday phrases from the Bday Bash Clear Stamp.
I first stamped the images on Bristol Smooth Cardstock with Versafine ink. I colored with Zig Clean Color Markers (My favs!) then used the Coolest Ever Dies to finish the images with a clean cut. Since I love popdots so much I added some on the back of both popsicles.
I added a birthday sentiment but anything goes with these cute images. You could do so many other fun titles with the words and phrases included in the Coolest Ever Clear Stamp set.
I hope you like my examples using these cute stamps and please come join us on social media! @PatternHappy & myself @KristineDavidson
Hi Friends! It’s Carly and I have a easy watercolor technique to share with you today that is perfect for adorable Pattern Happy stamps! And I made a little video too!
Pattern Happy has so many sweet little images just waiting for watercolor like the robots from Best Bots and the party hats from Bday Bash. I used Zig Clean Color Markers but your favorite watercolor medium will work. Embossing the images help keep the watercolor “in the lines” and a circle die can make a great template for the background. Check out the video to see more about the quick & easy process:
Hi all, it’s Amy here with you today sharing some rainbow goodness. I am slowly building a birthday card stash so that I don’t have to frantically design one at the last minute. Are birthday cards something that you generally design? For some reason they aren’t for me. I like to think I scored bonus points for this gender neutral design:
Rainbows make me a happy crafter, how about you? I started with a panel from the Robots 6×6 Paper Pad. I adhered it to a red card base. Truthfully I buy my card bases already cut/scored.
I inked up those sweet cupcakes from the Bday Bash Clear Stamp set. I was inspired by my teamie Laurel and paper pieced their tops with papers from the Rainbows +Robots 6×6 Paper Pads. Their cupcake liners and the party hat have been colored with alcohol markers.
I’d love to find out what are your go-to cards that you design? I love ‘just because’ or ‘hello’.
Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you’re having a great weekend!
Hello Friends! It’s Kristine here and I am super excited to be sharing my first post as a Design Team member for Pattern Happy. We are going to inspire you with some super cute projects and I hope you visit us often for creative ideas!
Today I am sharing 2 cards I created using these super cute stamps! I used the Bday Bash Clear Stamp & Best Bots Clear Stamp, both can be used individually, but I wanted a cute Happy Birthday Card for my nephew so I used both sets.
I didn’t use any patterned papers for my cards, but a little blue or even pink would be super cute. I colored the robots in a neutral grey using some Zig Clean Color Markers and also used some popdots for some dimension.
This BEST BOTS clear stamp set is sooooo NUTS! It’s really cute and can be used for Love Notes, Birthday, Thinking of You and the list goes on!
Thanks for stopping by today and make sure you follow us on Social Media! We love Instagram @PatternHappy (#patternhappy) and you can visit my personal account @KristineDavidson.
Good morning, everyone! Kat here today to share a recent layout that I made using some fun Pattern Happy products.
One of my favorite PH products is the Geofetti 6×6 paper pad. I love the colors and the patterns and when I realized that the papers coordinated nicely with my daughter’s Easter outfit, I knew I had to use the papers to scrap a photo from this past Easter.
I used the papers to back a cut file from The Cut Shoppe and then added my photo. I used scraps to create the top and bottom borders on the layout and then added a small die cut “Hello” to finish everything off.
I love coordinated and bright everything looks! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by today!
Hi everyone, Laurel here today with a couple of fun cards. I run a sketch challenge on my blog every Saturday and both of these cards are different takes on this week’s sketch. Hop on over to my blog to see the sketch.
Good morning everyone! Kat here this morning and I am so excited to share my first project with you today!
Recently I have been working on a #52favorites album. Have you heard of the concept? It’s kind of like a super simplified version of Project Life. Basically, you pick one photo from each week of the year that you want to highlight. I’ve been focusing my album on my daughter. I think this is such a fun way to document her first year of life!
Hi Friends! Its Carly and I am so excited to be on the Pattern Happy blog with my first post! Today I want to share with you 2 easy card designs using stamps to create patterns.
To get started you need stamps (I’m using the Best Bots set), a stamp positioning tool like the MISTI and your favorite inks.
Decide on a horizontal or vertical pattern and measure your stamp accordingly. For example, for the repeating robot pattern I wanted to create horizontal robot “stripes” so I measured the width of my image, about 1-1/4 inches. Then using the MISTI, I stamped one robot then moved my cardstock 1-1/4 inches to the left and stamped again.
Repeat and repeat.
Once I finished the pattern, I added a sentiment and to complete the cards, I stamped and colored cute little bots.
I used the same process to create a vertical pattern with the “I’M NUTS FOR YOU SENTIMENT”.