Skip to main content

Red, White and Pink

I'm a little late, but I have the 
MONDAY MORNING CHALLENGE
to share from Bella Blvd!

Our challenge was to use the conventional Valentine colors of 
red, white and pink for an everyday project.
The best part about cardmaking is that "I Love You's" can be
given anytime of the year, so I kept with that theme in mind :)

Because Bella Blvd papers are full of fun chevron patterns, this card can be recreated
 with any theme in mind! I highlighted the lighter area with strips of Designer Tape 
and then embellished the front simply with layers of Crochet Hearts and a couple of 
chipboard stickers. I hesitated adding the green leaves, but I really love the extra
 color that it brings to an all-ready colorful card!

Supplies: Play Date: Tabs; Daily Chevies: Chevy Peep; Ciao Chip Elements: Stars & Hearts, 
Trees; Crochet Hearts: McIntosh, White; Designer Tape: Red Dot

 I love combining different elements from different collections and watch the design evolve! 
From the heart die-cut, I cut the sentiment "love you more" from it and then covered the area
 with a strip of the Borders paper. I then layered on the sentiment and added a couple of
 hand-cut flowers and leaves from the Molly paper. I gave the leaves some color with a
 brush marker before attaching. I wanted to give the die-cut heart a little extra 'frill', 
so I used one of the scalloped heart dies (by Spellbinders) and mounted the heart onto it.

Supplies: Play Date: Catching Bugs; Family Forever: Borders; Molly: Sketch With Style; 
Snapshots: Paper Pieces; Christmas Countdown: Captions, Tabs 


Comments

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Seasons Givings Blog Hop

Hello and Welcome! I'm so excited to be participating in this year's  "SEASONS GIVINGS BLOG HOP" Each blog that you visit along the way will offer a unique giveaway, so don't miss a single stop and be sure to tell your craft-loving friends!
A little about me: I'm currently designing for Scrapbook Adhesives and will be announcing a NEW Design Team addition in the next couple of days!  I also teach at Big Picture Classes and was honored to teach this past October during Designer Day at the "She Loves Color" Event hosted by Bella Blvd.  
Whimsy by Shellye's Give-A-Way **VINTAGE GIRL MINI ALBUM KIT** All product is BRAND NEW! Vintage Girl 12X12 Double-Sided Papers (8 sheets) and Sticker Sheet  from Photo, Play, Paper- 8X8 Blush/Gold Mini Album from Teresa Collins- Chipboard Dress Form Trio- Aqua Ribbon, Pearl Wire and Black Mini Pom Trim from May Arts- Extreme Double Sided Tape from Home & Hobby by Scrapbook Adhesives- Ciao Chip Letters from Bella …

Seasons Givings Hop WINNERS!

Many thanks to you all who stopped by, commented and followed me through the 7th annual "Seasons Givings" Blog Hop! I enjoyed reading each comment and appreciate the kind words :) **I LOVE doing this, so I'll be hosting more giveaways from my blog soon**
Now onto the three WINNERS: Julia- Instagram handle: bluesh4ark...VINTAGE GIRL KIT WINNER Susie Gerdes- Handmade Planner Bookmark WINNER Christi Conely- Handmade Planner Bookmark WINNER
CONGRATULATIONS, ladies!   Please email me @ shellye819@aol.com with your address and I'll have your prizes out on Monday.
Thanks again for making this an amazing hop!

Beautiful Birthday Shaker Card

Hello and welcome to my contribution to the  SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES and HERO ARTS BLOG HOP

For my project, I have chosen to make this cute shaker birthday card!


Before we get started on the detail, here is a list of supplies that I've used: From Scrapbook Adhesives: Keepsakes Envelope Mix (I used 4" X 3.5") Extreme Double-Sided Tape 1/4 in, Dual Tip Glue Pen, Crafty Foam Tape Black and the E-Z Runner Grand Refillable Dispenser with E-Z Runner Grand Permanent Dots Refill.  From Hero Arts: Dress Up Stamp and Cut and Kelly's Flags Stamp & Cut
To begin, I added a few star sequins directly to the sticky part of the Keepsake Envelope.
Next I sprinkled some round sequins inside of the pocket.
I used the Extreme Double-Sided Tape 1/4" to close up the pocket.
I cut a piece of patterned paper the same size as the pocket and mounted it to the sticky back of the pocket.  
After die-cutting the dress bottom from patterned paper, it was pleated along the score lines and then…