Hello, crafty friends! Cynthia here to share a clean and simple card. My lovely sister and her fiancé had an engagement party and I created this card to mimic their likeness. I colored these images from The Greeting Farm with Copic Markers, die cut the gold glitter cardstock for the background, and punched a simple golden heart.
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I am pulling gift ideas together for you and your new wishlist!
Yes! We now have a wishlist on the store for you to share or keep to yourself. Just pick out products that you love and share it with a friend, family, husband, sibling, or more subtle, your facebook page! They can purchase off your wishlist and you will be so happy when you receive an awesome gift from the 7 Kids Store! Go check it out here at 7Kids Your Crafting Supply Store!
I love the gorjuss girls round postcards, they are so rich in color and slight glitter in person! I decided to get a floating frame and put them on my wall as decoration, also a great GIFT idea for you!
Of course I cannot leave the frame blank I had to alter it with Finnabair products and any junk I could find.
This was very easy to create. Gather your metals, charms, cardboard, beads, Finnabair art basics black gesso, Finnabair rust effects paste, Prima Art Alchemy Turquoise Satin Wax, and Frank Garcia Memory Hardware Trianon Patina Artisian Powder.
If you like you can use your own colors. Glue on all your trinkets and fill in the frame as much as you want. Paint Black Gesso onto the entire frame and let it dry. Then go over it with the rust paste colors lightly brushing here and there.
Then apply the Artisian powder anywhere you like to give it the blue-green patina look. After that finish with highlighting the objects with the wax. You can go over all this several times until you are happy.
I just dabbed the paints, powder and wax around with small paint brushes and my finger. Sometimes when I would go back over the objects it gave a different color. When the frame is all dry I glued on my trinkets or charms that I did not want painted so it made a contrast.
Then I cleaned up the glass, put the 3 post cards into the frame, and broke the corner, lol Oh well stuff happens, still looks great! lol
Sorry for the glare on the glass.
I hope you try this and make a gift for someone in your family or yourself. It is easy and will take some time to complete. Very fun and unique frame that no one else will have.
Amy here with my Tuesday 7 Kids Your Crafting Supply Store card. Last week I finally got my hands on the Magic Color Slider die set from Lawn Fawn and I couldn't wait to try my hand at something new. So I grabbed the super cute Trick or Treat stamp set from TGF
and settled on the zombie boy for the magic little scene. I knew that I
would need to use Staz On ink for stamping on the transparency layer
but when I dug out my old ink pad I was bummed to find it completely
dry! To say it had been a few years since I'd used it would be an
understatement, LOL! Unfortunately I don't have a local craft store that
I can run and pick up a new ink pad at so I had to make do with my
Versafine onyx black but I had to let it sit overnight and set it with a
heat gun before it wouldn't smear. Needless to say, Staz On ink will be
at the top of my shopping list so that I have an easier time on the
next magic color slider card that I make. Other than that little mishap I
have to say that this die set made the whole process super quick and easy. Bonus points as it makes me look and feel craftier than I actually am too! ;)
Now don't forget the monthly challenge, there is plenty of time to get creative and enter in for a chance to win the $20
Isn't he just the cutest little guy? I colored him with Copics, using the no line technique. I had some patterned paper with these little clipboards, so I cut one out and used a sentiment from the set:
I hope you all plan on joining in on the challenge fun! You have until November 7th, for your chance to win a $20 gc to the store. Woohoo!
Thank you for coming by the blog today, have a wonderful rest of your Monday, friends! xoxoxox Joni
Sunday everyone! I hope you are getting some crafty time in this
weekend! I've had a busy one, but I'm loving every minute of it! Y'all
know I LOVE me some Yetis!! So I had to have this set from Mama Elephant
called Me and My Yeti. I paired it with the sentiments from Mama Elephant called Sentiments from a Yeti. They, of course, go together perfectly!
I totally love these little characters and that Yeti! To create my scene, I used Lawn Fawn's Stitched Hillside Backdrop PORTRAIT DIE.
Isn't it fabulous!! I love all the elements that come with it! I raised
the panel and characters on pop-dots for added dimension.
Don't forget about our current ANYTHING GOES Challenge on the 7 Kids Challenge Blog.
Just click on the link on the right side bar to upload
your card for a chance at winning a $20 gift certificate to the store!
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and look under albums for the challenge photo with today's date! Please
use products from the 7 Kids Store on your uploaded projects.