Posts Tagged ‘K&Company’

Glittery Flower Card with Ricrac

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Products used: DCWV The Spring II Mat Stacks, K&Company Rub-on Magic, CTMH Liquid Glass, CTMH White Daisy Ricrac, unknown snaps and vellum Thank You sticker.

I started off using the Sunday sketch at 365 cards and this is what I ended up with.  I wanted stitching around the edges but didn’t have the right thread.  Then I started handstitching and that was just too much work!  So I ended up with piercing around the border and snaps in the corners (to cover up where I started stitching. :-)  I was originally thinking to use pop dots on the flowers but the liquid glass added the dimension that I wanted.

Challenge:
365 Super Sketchy Sunday – Day 253
Use Your Stash – Challenge Monday
The Pink Elephant – Challenge #40
Cute Card Thursday – Glitter Me Silly

Butterfly House Layout

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Products used: DCWV patterned papers, Brenda Walton Grand Adhesions, K&Co. Glitter Rub-ons & Gems, CTMH Sassy Strands, and Basic Grey Bling It Rhinestones.  ScrapSketch #173.

Princess Card

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This was such a fun card to make!  I found the princess crown (by K&Company) on clearance at Walmart and I’ve been wanting to use it.  It lights up!  The frame is CTMH’s Flower Power Stickease (retired).  I used my Liquid Glass (CTMH) to draw the swirls and add glitter (Martha Stewart carrara marble).  Then I added the dark pink rhinestones (Kaisercraft) as a finishing touch.  Now I just don’t know where this card will end up because it is perfect for a little girl I know but she JUST had a birthday.  It might have to wait for next year to come around.  Whatever happens I know the recipient will be a little girl and she will love it.

Challenges:
Creative Card Crew Challenge #23 – Princess Party

A Bunch of Cards

My mojo was working for me tonight!  Unfortunately there was no natural light when I took the pictures but you get the idea.

IMG_1710Products used: K&Company chipboard, CTMH Heart of Winter Project Pack, CTMH organdy ribbon, K&Company pearls.  I added details to the flower with markers and ink.  (challenge=sketch)

IMG_1708Products used: CTMH Heart of Winter Project Pack, CTMH Chocolate grosgrain ribbon, Cricut Accent Essentials, and button (unknown).  I added details on the flower with a marker and I used a piercing tool to add details around the scallop border. (challenge=paper piercing)

IMG_1707Products used: CTMH Heart of Winter Project Pack, CTMH White Daisy Just Blooms, Making Memories Chocolate paint.  I used the paint as the centers of the flowers – a great technique! (challenge=paint)

IMG_1709Products used: CTMH Heart of Winter Project Pack, clip and hemp (unknown).  I poked a hole through the flower to attach the clip to it with the hemp. (challenge=binding)

IMG_1711Products used: CTMH Heart of Winter Project Pack, CTMH White Daisy Just Blooms, DCWV vellum quote, CTMH Chocolate grosgrain ribbon, K&Company pearls. (challenge=quote)

IMG_1714Products used: DCWV textured cardstock and pattern paper, Stampin’ Up black grosgrain ribbon, CTMH Sparkles and Cranberry cardstock, button and flowers unknown. (challenge=red/black/white)

IMG_1715Products used: CTMH Boom-Di-Ada Creative Basics papers, flowers from CTMH Heart of Winter Project Pack, CTMH Hollyhock ricrac, acrylic frame by Fancy Pants, CTMH Say It In Style stamp set, and Hampton Art glitter glue.  The acrylic frame is actually two pieces.  I used the glitter glue to stick them together and then I attached it to my project with Liquid Glass.  Glitter glue was also used for the center of the flowers. (challenge=clear window)

These projects were all done for challenges at 365 Cards.

Love Card

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I am thrilled with how this card turned out.  I made it for someone very special in my life.  It’s been a long time since I’ve made a square card and now I think I’m going to be making more!  It’s a nice change.  Papers are CTMH Heart of Winter Project Paper Pack, chipboard and pearls are from K&Company.  The chipboard was one piece that I cut to make two and I added a pearl to the flower.  I cut the scallop square with my Accent Essentials Cricut cartridge.

I used this sketch from the sweetest thing Sunday Sketch Challenge #26.
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