Bee Happy

Hi everyone, Laurel here again with a quick and easy card.  Life has been hectic lately, but now that school is finally out, I will have a chance to regroup and catch up.

For todays card I have used the Rainbows paper pad.

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.

Products used:

Paper: Rainbows

Stamps: Bee Happy 

Dies: Mini Containers;  Happy 

June Super Sketch

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.

Products used:

Paper: Rainbows;

Die: Coolest Ever

Stamp: Colorful Day

Now we would love to see what you create with the sketch:

How to create a Mother’s Day card with a 3 year old

Hi everyone, I have a quick card to share with you today.  I babysit my 3 year old grand daughter on the weekends so we sometimes get crafty.  The papers in the Rainbows collection are so pretty, I decided we could make a card for her mommy.

I let her choose the papers, she chose the purple hearts because her mom’s favorite color is purple 🙂  Anyways, I decided to then let her have a part in the process so I added the heart paper from the Color Me collection

I then had her help me stamp and die cut the hearts from the All Heart set.  I added a face from the Suntiments set to one of the hearts.   The ‘mom’ is from the We Are Family stamp set.

Now I just added the hearts onto the card with glue dots for the photo.  Shortly after this I removed the hearts and let my grand daughter color the background paper and the stamped heart (the mom is adhered with glue dots as well) – she loves to color and couldn’t wait to do so! I then reassembled it and now we are ready for Mother’s day.  So needless to say, the card doesn’t look like this anymore 😉  but she loves it and is proud of it.

 

Products used:

Paper: Rainbows; Color Me

Stamps: All Heart; SuntimentsWe Are Family

Dies: All Heart

That’s it for me today.  Have a great day.

Coolest Ever Birthday Cards

Hello Friends!

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

Talk to you again soon!
Kristine

Supplies Used:
Patterned Paper:  Rainbows Paper Pad;
Stamp Sets:  Coolest Ever Clear Stamp Set;  Bday Bash Clear Stamp;
Metal Dies: Coolest Ever Dies