Hello everybody! Maryám here with you today to share a trio of cards I made using the beautiful On Our Way Collection.
Card 1: For this card, I used a beautiful map paper from the 6×6 paper pad and in the center, I made a window to create a shaker pocket. I also stamped and colored some little airplanes from the stamp set.
Card 2: For the second one, I decided to work with two main colors: yellow and blue. For the card sentiment, I added a word phrase from the die-cut pack and as embellishment a cute camera.
Card 3: For the last one I made a shaker window at the top part, and added some embellishments, including an airplane, mountains and some cute buttons.
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have gotten some ideas for your next cards.
Are you a collector of postcards? Recently we went to Hershey Park in PA and I collected 2 different ones. I was thinking that I would use them in the scrapbooking layout that documented the trip. I did not think that I would cut them and have them be part of my title! But I love how it looks and you can still can see the advertisement on both of the cards.
Since the title was busy and I had lots of photos, I kept the embellishing to a minimum. I did use one of the cute frames from the ephemera pack and a few geo tags.
Instead of my traditional strips of journaling, I contained my information on one of the tickets from the ephemera pack too.
Simple layout. But lots of fun. I included both post cards and I call that a win!
Oh, the cut file is from Paper Issues and it is FREE! It is called: Let’s Go.
Today I have a quick and simple way to package a party favor, or a surprise treat for movie night.
Fancy Pants Designs has many pre-cut alpha die cuts, in packages, ready for you to use. This is so helpful when you want to create something in a pinch. For this project I used one of the FPD kraft bags, and decorated it with letters, diecuts, ephemera and buttons. All it needed was some candy to put it.
I tend to collect items that are fun to embellish or alter. The frame is from Ikea and come in a multi-pack for a great price. I started off by setting the background with the green stripe panel. All the papers are from the 6×6 paper pad.
I die cut a coffee cup using the floral paper, topping it off with a solid black lid and an upcycled coffee sleeve. I love looking with the Ephemera packs and went a bit crazy picking out goodies. I varied heights by using foam adhesive squares.
I decided to add a coordinating card.
To continue the green stripe theme, I used a band of it for my card. I die cut the sending in black cardstock and added a stamped sentiment. I thought that the kite would be perfect for the design and finished it off with white poms.
I have so many coffee loving friends and can’t wait to pop this in the mail to one of them.