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Happy Friday and welcome back, everyone! Lisa from The Relativity of Paper sharing a little Halloween card featuring the Victorine Originals Halloween Kids Stamps. These are the cutest stamps!  HOW TO Start with a A2 (4.25 x 5.5) cardbase, die-cut pattern paper from MME Trick or Treat Kit and adhere to front of cardbase Stamp images from Halloween Kids Stamps onto masking paper, I use post it notes and fussy cutDie-cut X-press Blend It paper using Hero Arts Rectangle Dies, stamp images starting with pumpkin, then ghost, then mummy, and finish with witch, masking each one after stampUnmask and color using COPIC markersDie-cut a mask using Hero Arts rectangle die(same size as the one kids are stamped on) and circle die for moon, mask colored images again and negative for moonUsing Distress Oxides Fossilized Amber create a moon with ink dauber, blend light and darker areas, unmask rectangle Add circle mask over moon making sure to leave kids masked, using Distress Oxides Black Soot, Fade…
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Think Pink

Hi and welcome back, everyone! Today I'm sharing my inspiration for the new CAS-ual Fridays Challenge Think Pink - Breast Cancer Awareness.

I used the Truth Is Stamp Set to create my card. The Truth Is Stamp Set and Fri-dies are the October Special, be sure to check it out. 

How To Card Base 4.25" x 5.5" layered with pink cardstockStamp image onto Strathmore 400 Series Recycled Tan Artist paper using Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry, let dry, stamp sentiment along stem using VersaFine Onyx Black InkStencil circles using Hero Arts Unicorn ink and Distress Oxide Picked RaspberryAdhere to card front, centered, using fun foamFinish off with sequins
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In Everything, Give Thanks

Hello and welcome back, everyone! Today I'm over on the Drive By Crafts Blog sharing an easy shaker card with you today. 

Products Neat and Tangled Maple Thanks Stamp SetNeat and Tangled Maple Thanks Nice and Neat DiesHero Arts 5x6 Acetate SheetsHero Arts Ultra Fine Gold Embossing Powder 

How To Starting with a 5.5" x 5.5" top fold cardbaseCut pattern paper 5"x5" and adhere to cardbase, centeredUsing anti-static bag, apply anti-static powder to acetate sheet, repeat process for sentiment on gold foil paperStamp image on acetate and sentiment on gold foil using sticky ink, apply gold embossing, remove stray flecks, heat setDie-cut two pieces white cardstock using square stitched die(any shape you want), center Nice and Neat Maple Thanks Die and cut creatine a window for shakerCut acetate to fit back of die-cut white cardstock, adhere with strong adhesiveUsing 3D mounting foam to create a dam around die cut leaf(backside), add sequins, close by adhering second die-c…

Victorine Originals Mood Board #13

MOOD BOARD #13 Happy Friday and welcome back, everyone! Today is the start of a new mood board on the Victorine Originals Challenge Blog. Be sure to hop over and check out all the amazing projects by the Design Team and enter for a chance to win a $20 GC to the Victorine Originals Online Store. Double that if you use Victorine Originals and/or Raisin Boat products.


Starting with 4.25" x 5.5" top fold cardbase, die-cut pattern paper from the MME Trick or Treat 6x6 Paper Pad using the Hero Arts Nesting Rectangle Dies cover cardbase with die-cut paperDie-cut pattern paper from the MME Trick or Treat Paper Pad adhere to cardbase using Fun FoamStamp Boarded Window image using Memento Ink in Tuxedo Black, color with markers, pencils, or watercolors, fussy cutAdhere to card front using Fun FoamAdd MME Trick or Treat Enamel Dots 

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Hauntingly Happy Halloween

Welcome back, everyone and Happy Friday! I sat down the other day and made 10 Halloween cards using the Pebbles Inc. Midnight Haunting 6x6 Paper Pad and Ephemera. First, let me say this, buy the whole collection next time, Lisa. I had so much fun creating with the gorgeous patterns and colors, I didn't want to stop. It's very addictive.  In my haste to get the cards in the post I only took time to photo my favorite.  I have to say, I can see me becoming ephemera girl, making cards with it so relaxing and easy. I was a little intimidated at first, I didn't want to cut my pretty paper. Once I started I couldn't stop. 
HOW TO A2 cardbase 4.25 x 5.5 top fold Die-cut pattern paper using Hero Arts Rectangle Dies 2 solid cuts and one frameCenter and adhere the first two patterns to cardbase one atop otherAdd #D mounting foam to frame, adhere to card frontAdd tag from the ephemera pack to inside corner of frame using 3D mounting foamAdd 3D mounting foam to flower ephemera, add …