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Zen Floral Stamps + Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens

Hi, everyone! Lisa here with you today and I'm sharing another quick card featuring Honey Bee Stamps Zen Floral. I've never been too sure of the doodled floral but I have to say I'm in the market for more after using the Honey Bee Stamp. I loved coloring it, so relaxing and a little time for reflection.




CARD BASE A2 top fold white card base Cut pattern paper to 4.25" x 5.5" and adhere to card front
STAMP Stamp Honey Bee Stamp Zen Floral on watercolor paper using watermark ink, heat emboss with gold embossing powder, color with watercolors

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Witch's Brew

Welcome back and Happy Friday! Lisa from The Relativity of Paper sharing two fun Halloween projects using the SDS Coffee Break

I love the Coffee Break Set because you can change it up for the holidays with fun pattern papers.  It's very easy to put together. Take your time with the lid and do a dry run first, you should have no problems. 
Here are two pictures showing how I use binder clips to help me hold pieces  together allowing enough dry time while I work on other pieces. 


Close-ups of finished To Go Gift Card Holder  and 3D To Go Coffee Cup

I used My Mind's Eye Trick or Treat Paper and Accessories Kit. 
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I Love You More Than Candy Corn!

Hello, everyone. Lisa here with you today. This is my first post with Drive By Crafts and I'm so excited to be here. Today I'm sharing a card featuring Lawn Fawn's How You Bean? Candy Corn Add-on Stamp Set.





CARD BASE A2 top fold white card base Cut Lawn Fawn Black Licorice cardstock to 4.25" x 5.5" and adhere to card front
STAMP

Beware of Black Cats

Happy Friday! I'm so excited for this time of year, the holidays, vacation, and all the time spent with family. I thought I would start September out with a little bit of Halloween fun. Today I'm over on the SVG Attic Blog sharing this Witches Hat using the SDS Halloween Soiree Midnight Witches Hat Box


The first thing I did was resize the file, the hat measures 9.25" high by 8.25" wide (at the widest point). Be sure to resize all the pieces at one time so they fit together properly. Instead of using the overlays with cutouts on the outside I removed the stars and moons to make a solid triangle, inserted inside the hat to make the star and moon cutouts on the outer layer stand out. I used EP The Apothecary Emporium Kit and Orange Glitter Paper from my stash. 


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Boo From Me To You

Hi and welcome everyone! Today I'm over on the Victorine Originals Blog sharing a Not So Scary Halloween card with you today. I know not everyone is happy that Autumn is upon us but this girl is overjoyed by it.  It's my favorite time of the year and I love crafting for this time of year. 

Using the Halloween Kids Set I stamped this adorable ghost using Memento Ink and colored with W1, W3 for a little shading, E00 and E11 for the face, nothing fancy. I fussy cut the image and layered onto the background. To create the background I used Distress Oxides in Faded Jeans, Wilted Violet, Broken China on Bristol paper masking the moon with a die-cut piece of post it note. I added Fossilized Amber to the moon and around it using a very light hand with it. Using a Heidi Swapp Confetti Stencil and Hero Arts Ink - Unicorn I added a few stars. I die-cut grass and the hill landscape using dies from my stash adding Distress Oxides in Frayed Burlap to the hill and Lucky Clover and Twisted C…