Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Cardboard Texture

I recently needed some masculine birthday cards so 
I created the above design and made extra for using in the
I love the texture the scrap of
cardboard adds and baker's twine adds.

Supplies and Tools: White Cardstock, Green Stripe DP, Scrap of Cardboard, Green and Brown Baker's Twine, Book Plate Die (Sizzix), Brads, Blending Tool (Tim Holtz),  Tree Stamp (Hampton Art - Studio G), Verse Stamp (Biblical Impressions)

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(Use Leaves on your project )

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Rusty Muffin Tin Decor

Here's a rusty muffin tin turned primitive decor
After cleaning it up a bit, I added a 
twine hanger, red ticking bow, and primitive heart.
The heart reads:
"Blessed are the Piecemakers" 
This piece is now available in my Etsy shop.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Prim Sheep

Sharing another set of 
Primitive Yarn Sheep I made for the Etsy shop.
These are made with a variegated yarn
 and have coffee stained tags and baker's twine bows.


Monday, September 19, 2016

Encouragement Cards

Shelter: Postmark is still doing the 
drive to encourage Pastor's Wives.
Here's the card(s) I made to 
send out to the seven on the list this week. 
I also made some Teddy Verse Cards 
to slip inside along with a few little gifts.

Supplies and Tools: Favorite Teddy Bear (Stampin' Up),  Happy Fall Ya'll (Stampin' Up), Sentiment (PSX), White, Kraft Cardstock, Sharpie Marker, Prismacolor Scholar Pencils, Oak and Maple leaf punches, Distress Ink (Tim Holtz),  Blending Tool (Tim Holtz)


I'm giving the verse printable away as a freebie below.

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Friday, September 16, 2016

"Blessed" Fall Banner

I made this banner to hang on my piano this autumn, and decided to offer it in the shop as a fall banner kit.
 
The banner is made of kraft cardstock (inked in brown ink) and features black letters spelling out your choice of
1. Blessed
2. Grateful
3. Thankful
The cards have dictionary leaves (layered on white cardstock for stability) also inked in brown ink.
Each end has a larger maple leaf with raffia bow, and the set comes with twine and mini clothespins for hanging.
If you'd like to make your own here's the supplies and tools I used:
 Kraft Cardstock, Dictionary Page, Nouveau Letter Dies (Provo Craft), Distress Ink (Tim Holtz), 
Leaf Dies (Provo Craft), Raffia, Twine

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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Fall Blessings

Autumn is just around the corner so I decided to 
break out the oranges and browns and make a few fall cards.
To make these fun leaves I smeared stripes of 
orange and brown ink on a washable surface 
and spritzed with water.
I then laid a piece of white cardstock 
in the ink and soaked up the ink.
After the paper was dry, I dabbed my brown ink pad over it
 for a little more texture and then die cut my oak leaf. 
Supplies and Tools: Guidelines stamp set (Papertrey Ink), White - Brown Cardstock, Sentiment (Word Borders - Hero Arts), Oak Leaf Die (Provo Craft), Green, Brown, Orange Ink


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