Posts Tagged ‘3D’

Lawn Fawn & Chibitronics Light up Card

Wednesday, August 28th, 2019

Welcome back to the blog! I cannot believe how fast summer has come and gone! I wanted to hang on to that “Ooooh oh…those summer nights” (Insert your best Olivia Newton John and Jon Travolta voices here) feeling by creating a fun light up card using the Lawn Fawn Butterfly Kisses and Little Fireflies stamps as well as showing you how you can add a new dimension to your cards with Chibitronic lights!

There is a lot going on in this card and I just can’t show you the cool light feature in pictures very well….so I am going to direct you to watch it all come together on the YouTube video below. I will have a list of materials and links on where you can find them at the end of this blog.

If you liked today’s card please remember to leave a comment here on the blog or on my YouTube channel to let me know! We love to hear your comments and if you have any questions about the techniques we show we would love you help you as well!

Lawn Fawn Butterfly Kisses
Lawn Fawn Interactive Chibitronics Light Up Card

Remember to share your creations over at our Scrap’N Stamp Challenge Page! We love to see what you create!!

Enjoy these last summer days!

Chala, xoxoxo

Lawn Fawn Keep Swimming Reveal Wheel Card

Monday, August 19th, 2019

Hello Again! It’s Chala and I am here to share a cool technique to add extra dimension to your scene cards! We will be using some great products from Lawn Fawn including the Reveal Wheel die cut set, the Keep Swimming Reveal Wheel add-on and the Keep Swimming Stamp set. I will also be sneaking in some images from the Friends at First Sip stamp set from My Favourite Things. There are many stamps sets from Lawn Fawn that would work for this technique like the Loads of Fun or Fantastic Friends stamp sets just to name a few!

This post will be a bit different as I will only be sharing in writing the list of supplies I used and then directing you to the video to see how the card was made. I will list the materials with links below. I often find it difficult to explain in writing the process of making cards and today this has become even more difficult today with a migraine. 😔

So, without further ado….here is the link to the video and remember the list of materials will be listed below.

I hope you enjoyed the video and that you are inspired to create your own 3D card and share it on the Scrap’N Stamp Facebook Challenge Page.

Here are some close -up pictures of the finished card and the materials used are listed below. Have a great day!

~Chala, xoxoxo

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Pop ‘N Hop

Friday, August 2nd, 2019

It’s a new month, which means we’ve got a new BLOG HOP for you and we are kicking off a new theme over on our SNS Challenge Page on Facebook as well! For the hop today, we are all sharing Pop Up Box Cards! Today I’m using one that was pre-cut and ready to assemble by The Paper Cut, which you can purchase in the online store. On Facebook we challenge you to make 3D Cards: Cards that POP this month! Should be fun to see how everyone interprets it 🙂

As usual with our hops, we have a giveaway as well- a winner will be randomly chosen from those who leave comments along the way to receive a $50 gc for the online store! Yay!

I chose to use a mini box together with this cute little Rock Monster stamp & die set by Mama Elephant. The stamps are pretty small, around 1.5″ tall, so it was perfect in this mini box which folds to fit in a standard A2 envelope! I dug through my stash of 6×6 paper pads and found one by Simple Stories (circa 2013… never even opened. oops) and used it as my color palette to color these little cuties with my Copic Markers. The coordinating dies worked great, and I love all the sentiments that come with the set as well! I planned to send this card to my dad (he is amazing on guitar and will always be a rockstar to me!) so combined a couple of the sentiments for the front panel of the card.

I measured, cut and glued patterned paper onto the individual panels and then I hit a little road block… I wanted to add more to the card, but since this is not my usual style I didn’t have other stamps or small dies to combine with the images. I ended up finding a swirly flourish by Memory Box and a few old school circle punches to kick things up a notch. A bit of bling finished it off. These ‘cards’ are kinda tricky to photograph… so I went overboard a bit to capture a few different angles!

As I mentioned, this little box folds down to fit in an A2 envelope. Here’s a look at the folded card as it would be when the recipient opens it…

I think I’m going to write on the green panels, working my way around the card. This is my first time doing one of these so I’m not really sure what you are supposed to do 🙂 Here’s how it looks as it starts to unfold…

… and finally, a close up of my little Monster Rock Band!

The kit comes with three rows to be included inside the box, but I chose to just use two of them for this little box. It was a lot of fun to make, I’m going to be looking through my stamps & dies to see what other ideas I can come up with! And I’m sure to be inspired by the design team and their projects!

Next on the hop, you can head over and check out Susan’s card! The full order is listed below if you get lost anywhere along the way. Happy Hopping!

Tara

Susan

Chala

Nancy E

Laurie

Nancy F

Sandi

Kia

Deborah

Inky hugs,

Tara