Friday, October 13, 2017

Scrapping for Less is in love with Echo Park/Carta Bella

Scrapping for Less is in love with Echo Park/Carta Bella

All of us here at Scrapping for Less absolutely love Echo Park Paper Co. They are one really diverse company and bring many, many patterns out each and every year. They have at least one release each month and could not be cuter! Cause who doesn’t love some absolutely cute pattern paper? So this month’s focus is this fabulous paper company and the Design Team has outdone theirselves with some great projects. You can read all about the interview I had with Madison Parker (the owner of Echo Park/Carta Bella) just in case you missed it. 

Don’t forget to head back to the Scrapping for Less Blog to enter the Rafflecopter for a chance to win a 6x6 paper pad and matching embellishment. Thanks so much for joining us today!

Now onto the line up:

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Stacy (that's me!)







I made a sign for my 9 year old daughter to hang in her room. I used some chipboard sheets I picked up at Hobby Lobby which I cut to 8" x 8". I then layered solid cardstock and pattern paper. I used the Let's Be Mermaids 6x6 paper pad on the sign layers and also on the die cut mermaid,

 sea creatures, and the letters.  Googly eyes and glitter enamel dots finished it off perfectly. 

I think it turned out super cute and 

I KNOW she's going to love it!  

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

25 More Cards from September Flavor of the Month Card Kit

Hello. Today I am showing the remaining 25 cards that I made from Scrapping For Less' September Flavor of the Month Card Kit  I made a total of 41 cards from the Banana Split kit with plenty of scraps left over to make probably 3 or 4 more cards. This fall themed "Pumpkin Spice & Ecerything Nice" was a gorgeous kit. I just loved what I made with it. 

To see my 16 cards from the blog hop where I use all 4 sketches with each of the 4 collections, click here

To watch my unboxing video of the card kit:

Here are the rest of my cards, enjoy. 

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Sunday, October 1, 2017

Halloween Card featuring Pickled Potpourri

Hello. Today I have a card I made for the Scrapbook Blessings Club Blog featuring a super cute digital stamp by Pickled Potpourri.   

You can purchase this Digi stamp 

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Doodlebug Flea Market Cards

Today I have 2 cards I made with svg files I purchased from the Silhouette Store.  The images are from the Doodlebug Flea Market collection. 

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Friday, September 29, 2017

Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice I SFL September Flavor of the Month Card Kit

Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice!  Is the theme for September's Flavor of the Month Card Kit
Who doesn’t love pumpkin spice? Oh, do I love that flavor and definitely look forward to this time of the year when I can pop in the grocery store and get that Pumpkin Spice flavored creamer to go in my coffee!!! Well grab some creamer, coffee and savor this blog hop because this kit is full of Pumpkins, spice and a little bit of everything nice!
 Get your kit by clicking on our Flavor of the Month link and either subscribe or purchase a one time kit!

Now onto our lineup:
Stacy (you are here)

I was assigned the Mack Daddy this month, the ever awesome Banana Split Level.  I think this level is by far the best value.  I know you'll agree too, once you see all the great projects the design team has created with this month's Flavor of the Month Kit.  So far this month has been my favorite theme and I managed to make 41 cards.  I love the colors of fall and this month is jammed packed with adorable fall themed papers and stamps.  If you want one of these, the only way to guarantee one is to sign up for the Subscription option.  That way you know there is a kit with your name on it.  These kits are very quickly becoming the hottest thing and have sold out in the past.  
So click on the link above and get yours!

Note:  the FAN-tastic image is a Doodlebug Flea Market
 svg cut file purchased on the Silhouette Store. 

To see in detail what is in the kit, enjoy this unboxing video. 

Don’t forget to go back to the Scrapping for Less blog to enter the Rafflecopter to win one of the collections from the kit! There will be 4 prizes! One collection to each winner.

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Give Thanks Card with Concord & 9th

Today I am sharing a card I made featuring the Give Thanks stamp set from Concord & 9th.  I also recorded a process video showing it being made, which you’ll find below.   This was the first time I have ever used my new Distress Oxide inks. Boy was everyone right!  They blend flawlessly on Bristol Smooth cardstock. I’m definitely going to be using these more often. I didn’t really use the regular Distress inks much only because I wasn’t very good at getting a good blend.
I also used my brand new Brother Scan n Cut machine. I can’t believe I was on the fence for buying it. I’m certainly kicking myself now. It is the coolest and easiest for cutting out stamped images. No more fussy cutting for this chick. (I despised fussy cutting!)
Enjoy the video.

Now onto the video tutorial:

Supplies used:  (**purchased from SFL)
**Concord & 9th Give Thanks stamp set
**Gina Marie Designs Stitched Rectangle Dies
Jaded Blossoms Card Layer 1 dies
**Doodlebug Friendly Forest 6x6 paper pad
**Ranger Distress Oxide Ink-Fired Brick
**Ranger foam blending tool
**Versafine Onyx Black Ink
**3M Scotch foam tape
**Gold Foil cardstock
**Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock
**Glue Glider Pro tape runner
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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

It's Party Time! with Kaisercraft

 Every middle of July my family and mother/father in law take our yearly vacation “Up North” to the cabin on the lake. We live in Southeast Minnesota so for us “Up North” is about an hour south of the Canadian border, about a 7 hour drive north across the state of Minnesota.  We have lakes down around where we live, but nothing like what there is “Up North”.    My husband and FIL fish morning and night in search of that “monster fish”. While the women stay back at the cabin relaxing and enjoying the summer. 

I always pack a small kit of crafting supplies to keep my brain busy. I go stir crazy if I can’t create every so often. This time I chose a couple of paper pads and their matching ephemera packs. For this blog post I’m going to share the 17 cards I made with only half of the paper pad from the Kaisercraft Party Time collection.  They are simple but yet I think they pack a ton of cuteness.   I hope you like them!

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Monday, September 25, 2017

Need MORE Cowbell! with Neat & Tangled

Do you remember the Saturday Night Live skit with Will Ferrell and Christopher Walken where Will is in a band playing the cowbell and Christopher Walken tells him “I need MORE cowbell”?  Omg!  That skit was just hilarious!  I couldn’t stop myself from squeeling with joy when Neat & Tangled came out with this ultra cute stamp set, Cowbell. It ALWAYS makes me think of that skit.

Here is my card made with that stamp set. I used some paper from my scraps and stamped the cowbell on gold pearlescent paper to resemble the scruffy look of an old cowbell. The cowbell is popped up on an action wobble.

Neat & Tangled is the focus company for the Month of September over at Scrapping For Less. The Design Team has made some gorgeous projects. I hope you check out each day to see what they've made.

Visit Scrapping For Less to order.

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Saturday, September 23, 2017

Fall Cards with Bugaboo Designs

Hello my friends!

I have 3 cards and a couple of bookmarks/gift tags today that  I made with a super cute Digi Stamp from Bugaboo Designs. To purchase this Autumn Critter Stack Digi click here.

I used nothing but scraps left over from my Doodlebug Friendly Forest 6x6 paper pad. I brought in my Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher mini stapler for a rustic element. 

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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Warm Wishes with Neat & Tangled

Today was a typical end of summer day here in Minnesota. Cooler crisp temperature with a bit of a breeze. Some of the leaves are already turning into those beautiful fall colors of orange, yellow, brown and dark green.  With many of them already starting to fall with the gentle breeze covering the grass that will be blanketed with snow in no time. I love living in a state where there are distinct season changes.

Neat & Tangled is our focus company for the Month of September. You should definitely check out Teresa’s blog post where she interviews Danielle, the owner of Neat & Tangled.  If you’d like to purchase Neat & Tangled and many other products you can pop on over to the Scrapping For Less store.

Warm Wishes stamp by Neat & Tangled

Bo Bunny Sleigh Ride 6x6 paper pad

MFT inside/outside Stitched Rectangle dies

Lawn Fawn stitched snowflake dies

Ranger Distress Oxide ink in Walnut Stain

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