Don't Get Hooked!



Happy Friday, everyone and thanks for joining me on the SVG Attic Blog. Today I'm sharing two fun projects that are perfect for the "fisher-person" in your life. I used artificial baits to decorate the hat and card. Hence, don't get hooked!  


I started with the Fishing 3D Bucket Hat. This hat is so cute and super easy to put together. I thought I might toss a few pieces of candy or a pack of cashews in the hat.  You could even put a pack of hooks and a small bobber in it. 


Of course, you have to have a card to celebrate a birthday. So I created the Fishing Vest A7 Card and Envelope


I used Jelly Bean Green 12 x 12 100lb cardstock and a piece of 12 x 12 Jillibean Soup patterned paper from my stash to create the pockets, the band on the hat and as an accent piece on the envelope flap. To cut the pocket flaps and "gone" I used a scrap piece of 12 x 12 red paper. 
I had to add the recipients initials on the vest. 

I really enjoyed creating these pieces and I know my "fisher-person" is going to like them, too. 
He better or else!

As always, thanks for joining us today. 

It's Your Time To Shine


Happy Friday! It's time for a new challenge over on the CAS-ual Fridays Friday Challenge Blog. Boy, that is a mouth full, right? Be sure to hop over to blog and check out all the inspiration by the other design team members.  Today is my last post for CAS-ual Fridays, it's been two terms and it's bittersweet leaving.  I know it's the right thing for me as we are getting ready to start a remodel in our home. I wanted to thank Michelle for giving me the opportunity. And to all the Girl Fridays, you all are so awesome. Thank you for everything. 

 


This challenge is photo inspiration, my favorites. 


To create this card die-cut black cardstock using the Jumping Jacks Fri-Dies, die-cut  white cardstock with the small jack, run the small jack through a Xyron Sticker maker and then add glitter.
Using 110lb cardstock for the base of my card I add distress oxide inks in Salty Ocean, Wilted Violet, Twisted Citron and Squeezed Lemonade to cardbase making sure that my die-cut black cardstock lines up with the inked areas.  Adhere the black cardstock making sure the distress oxide colors show through the die-cut areas. Stamp sentiment and heat emboss with white embossing powder, add to card front. Finish off with enamel dots. 



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Love + New Mood Board Challenge



Hi, everyone! Today I'm sharing a card I created for the new SumMore Fun Mood Board Challenge. I love this mood board. The pictures and colors are so pretty. 


Here's the current mood board challenge. Remember you can use the whole board, the photos, or the colors. It's completely up to you but we do need to see how your project connects with the board.  

I created a card that can be used for a wedding or anniversary, don't you love that?  I love having cards on hand that can be used for more than one occasion. 

HOW-TO

  • Start by stamping the Victorine Originals Cake stamp on 80lb white cardstock using Memento Ink - Tuxedo Black
  • Add light shades of colors in pink, turquoise, green and beige. I used COPICs but you can use whatever you have on hand. 
  • Add three enamel dots to center of cake 
  • I dry embossed (from my stash) a 4.25" x 5.5" piece of 80lb cardstock and adhered it to my 110lb cardbase using my ATG. 

  • Die-cut the word love (from my stash) four times, stack on top of each other, then heat emboss with clear embossing powder
  • Add 3D mounting foam to the back of cake, center on cardbase, and adhere
  • Add 3D mounting foam to die-cut word and adhere over cake

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Hex, Yeah! Stamps and Dies


Hi and welcome, everyone! Today I'm sharing another video tutorial with you featuring the Simon Says Stamp Hex Yeah Stamps and Die. When I first saw this stamp and die set I had to have it. It's full of fun sentiments, great for stamping backgrounds, and die-cutting patterned papers. 




The first card in the video is my favorite. I love the 
The colors are soft and the designs pair perfectly together. 


The second card is all about stamps and inks. I used the large hexagons (4) from the Hex Yeah Stamp Set to create these cards.  Be sure to check out the video below to see this same card stamped with Distress Oxide Inks in the colors Abandoned Coral, Peeled Paint, Gathered Twigs, and Antique Linen.


For the third and final card we use Distress Oxide Inks in rainbow colors on black cardstock. The bright colors are always so pretty on dark backgrounds.




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Robo Party + 6 x 6 Paper Pad Storage


Hi and welcome everyone! Today I'm over on the SumMore Fun Blog sharing these two fun birthday cards for boys and a great way to use up those scraps of patterned papers. I'm also happy to say that I have a video tutorial for you on below or you can head over to my YouTube channel to watch.


The images with the Raisin Boat Robo Party Stamp Set are adorable, such a great set for boys, too. 


The patterned paper is from my stash but you could use any patterned paper
you have on hand. 



How-To




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I have a full list of supplies below. Some of the products I receive for free,those will be marked with an asterisk(*). All other products were purchased by me personally for this blog post. I may earn a small commission if you purchase items, at no extra charge to you, through the links listed below. I use the commission to buy more supplies, create more projects, and video tutorials.