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Get Well Card and Fun Folds by Joy

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What?!  Two posts in one week? Are you leaving again soon?

Not soon, Sal, but we are having a shoebox event next Tuesday with Christine as our hostess and it seemed wise not to get too far behind in my scrapbooking of cards!

Do you think anyone follows you anymore?

Well, Sal, on Facebook we call people who follow posts but never comment – stalkers- so maybe I have a few of those left.  I know I use the blog frequently for recipes and sometimes to remind myself that I can do this on those days when the mojo just isn’t there.

Enough of that – let’s look at this card and the fun products I used.  I saw the faith, hope, love die with daisies and said “That is my style”!  It is from inloveartshop.com

Hello?!  We lost you…

Oops, sorry, I went to verify the link and got lost looking at their site!  This die is currently still available for $4.99.  It is called ‘Inlovearts Sunflower with “Love, Faith, Hope” Word Cutting Dies’.

Recipe:

  • Base:  Daffodil Delight 5 1/2 X 8 1/2 scored at 4 1/4
  • Layer 1 (X2): Basic White 3 7/8 X 5 3/8, use Corner Rounder Punch on each corner
    • For the inside layer use Delicate Details stamp set for the bottom (it sort of matches the black die cut edges on front)
    • Use Thoughts & Prayers for the greeting
    • Use His Love for the praying hands
  • Layer 2: Basic Black 4 X 5 1/2, Place a dryer sheet under the paper and die cut with Ornate Layers Die
  • Words & Flowers:  Basic White 4 X 4 1/2 for 1 die cut – I used 3 for extra pop of the words
  • Daisies on Top:  Basic White 6 X 2, punch 3 daisies with small daisy punch
  • Middle of the flowers:  Daffodil Delight, 2 1/2 X 1, cut the three middles with the die in the set; note:  I left the die intact and did not separate the circles from the flowers
    • Use Places In The Heart stamp set for the little dots on the middles
    • Sponge the edges with Crushed Curry, a little heavy on one side
  • Embellish with the clear raindrop dots to look like morning dew

So you used the new die set and the ornate layers die and 4 stamp sets? 

And two punches, Sal, a corner punch and a small daisy punch.  What fun to not be tied to using just the current products.  I knew this day would come and I am loving it!  Now let’s look at what Joy had for us at her shoebox event; you will be thrilled!

This is called a Flying Seagull Fun Fold.  A video is at this link.

https://suestampfield.com/2023/02/flying-seagull-fun-fold-cards/#more-12186 

Joy’s second card is a Lattice Split Card!

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There is a tutorial by Brandy Cox here:

https://brandyscards.com/lattice-split-card-tutorial/

Lovely, Joy, your cards are prettier than the tutorials!  Thank you!

Does this bring a

pinch of creativity to spice up your crafting world!  

Have fun,

Karen

 

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Cherished Friend Valentine

Our stamping group met together on the traditional second Tuesday of the month and it just happened to be Valentine’s Day this year!  I pulled out my ‘hearts’ collection and created a heart of hearts Valentine similar to a card made by Mary Herdt only monochromatic red and white with different embossing folders, a different background for the hearts and hearts instead of flowers for bling.  I will note the products I used in the recipe.

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. Let me guess…. you forgot to take a picture of the inside before you wrote in them?!

Yes, and handwriting is not my forte.

Recipe

  • Base:  Thick Basic White, 4 1/4 X 11, scored at 5 1/2
    • Stamp the lace look 1 1/2 down from the top and 1 1/2 up from the bottom with retired Delicate Details stamp (note: I used the Stamparatus so I could stamp twice for a darker image)
    • Stamp ‘Cherished Friend’ with greeting from Lovely You stamp set
  • Inside Layer:  Basic White, 4 X 5 1/4, stamped with Real Red using 2 stamps from the retired Valentine Love
  • Sparkly Background:  Red Glitter Paper, 2 1/2 (minus a hair so 2  7/16) X 4 1/4 (minus a hair so 4 3/16)
    • It is a good idea to cut your background paper just slightly smaller than the top layer
  •  Top Layer:  Basic White, 2 1/2 X 4 1/4, die cut with Blooming Happiness Die
    • after rolling out the little cuts, push the little leaves up from the backside for more texture
  • Three Smallest Hearts:  Basic White, 2 1/4 X 2 1/4, Cut and embossed using the retired Embosslits Fashionable Hearts
  •  Large Hearts (X2):  Basic White, 2 X 2, punch with the retired heart punch which measures 1 3/4 across at the top
    • Emboss one with the Ornate Flower 3D embossing folder
    • Emboss the other with the Dainty Diamonds 3D embossing folder
  • Bling it up!
    • Two red Glossy Dots
    • Two connected hearts die cut from the Many Hearts Die (from the long die of hearts cut just the two connected hearts fussy cutting the two away from the other hearts

  I bet they can use any of their heart’s stash of stamps and dies to make a similar card!

Yes, Sal, and any embossing folder could be used!

Thank you for sharing a bit of your precious time today as Sal and I strive to bring a pinch of creativity to your crafting world!

Sal,  Send A bit of Love

Karen

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