Made my real first card with CC Ultimate tool and my Brother scan n cut
Me again this time I am posting up a few pictures of my special occasion Birthday Card.
This card was made using the craftier companion Ultimate tool item # 436-607 I used this to make the fold on a 8.5×11 inch store bought card stock.
I also used Spectrum Noir Ultra Smooth Premium white cardstock 8.5x11inches. To print out the items that I placed on the card. The front first print is of the Little Mermaid, The second on the left inside panel is a heart with a view of the ocean and the third is the zodiac sign of Aquarius. As the recipient is an Aquarius and loves everything about the ocean and beaches.
all of my printing was done with my HP printer. I did get three of the designs from the net and printed them out. When I do make a card I normally just use my printer only.
I then used my older model scan n cut, item # 470-799 is the new upgraded model to what I have,to cut out the rest of the designs from my scan n cut no.3 Home-Decor Pattern collection.
I also used my scan n cut universal pen item # 463-166
I used my sharpie Precision 12 ct markers very similar to this item # 904-782.
Plus I used my sharpie metallic markers to highlight the little cuts and stems of the coral and sea shells and the blue waves of the symbol that represents the zodiac sign of Aquarius.
To give the card a some what of a three dimensional look I used the little double sided foam adhesive circles on the back of the little mermaid design and on the ocean heart design.
Here is the first picture of my first try at making a Birthday card with some of my tools.
Here is the inside of the card both inside panels.
Now all I have to do is sign the card and make an envelope for it.
I hope you liked my simple creation. I will suggest if you are one to make your own designs make several in advance then all you have to do is set them in place and glue them in.
Thank you all for taking a look at my crafting
Your HsN friend,
:heart: you kemi, Thanks!
Thank you all again for stopping in and taking a look. this post is now trending thank you thank you:smileyhappy:
Just wanted to update you all.
The cards were all well received and lots of wow you made these??:smileyhappy:
I also gave out two little Milky Way fun bars with each card.
The Birthday card I was told by the recipient it is a keep sake. She totally understood the theme.
Well thank you all again for stopping in and posting, loved all that you commented.:heart:
Your HSN friend,
Happy Valentine’s Day to you all.:smileyhappy:
I finally made my last Valentine’s Day card and it has now been giving out for tomorrow.
I also had to make envelopes too so that too a while but they are all done and sitting with the cards waiting to be handed out tomorrow.
I made this last card straight from my brother scan n Cut designs. I hope you all like it.
I also used my little pens that came with my snc to write out the little sentiment that I made up.
There you have it all my cards are done some have already been delivered and some will go tomorrow.:smileyhappy:
Thank you all for taking your time and interest in my crafting. I am glad you all have.:smileyhappy:
Happy V-Day again hope you have a cozy and romantic time.:smileyhappy:
I have posted up my no. 4 card the one with the stamped out hearts. Still have one more to do.
I call this one my more contemporary style.
I am thinking at this point I am liking the water color painted hearts card the best so far.
I think it is because of the colors I just love bright colors.
Busy day today so I will be off most of the day. :smileyhappy:
Hope have a great Friday:heart:
Your HSN friend,
Thank you my dear friend:smileyhappy: DBQR. I am glad you remember my stamps. I have some pictures of my cards I have finished three one has already been sent out that one had the foamy shapes.
What I am showing here is two finished and one prepared to add the finishing touches to. Hope you like them. These are two out of the three that are done.
The font on the colored heart card is from my computer I just typed it out on my computer then printed it out then scanned it in to my scan n cut and set it up and had my scan n cut write it out.
This time I just use the little pen holder and two colors out of my six colored pens black and red.
The sentiment on the red heart card is written with my universal pen and one of sharpies and one of the fonts from my scan n cut.
The inside of these two cards
The two finished plus the paper designed with my new heart stamp.
Next a picture of my heart stamp that I made.
I do have the scan n cut stamp kit but for this purpose I just used my craft foam and a heart and square design found with in my scan n cut designs.
Thank you for looking at my wears. I hope you like them and I hope you all have a very Happy Valentine’s Day:smileyhappy:
Your HSN friend
Just stopping in here to let you all know what I have been up to. I have been making my valentine’s day cards. I have finished one and have four almost done. I only need five.
How I am making them is I made a heart stamp with foam and my scan n cut. I then used red stamp ink and white card stock and stamped red hearts all over the plain white paper and basically made my own designed paper.
Then I took a negative cut and what that is an item that has been cut out and has left the shape in the paper just like a stencil. Then I painted all different color hearts on another sheet of white card stock.
Then I took some heart designs from my scan n cut and made a red Heart card and cut out some foam cupid and moon and flowers and made some foam designs. I guess I have been busy making more work for myself. I just love playing around with this stuff good or bad. I used pink and red paper to make another heart card. I am also using my universal pen holder to write out sentiments and also my little pens that came with my scan n cut to also write out other sentiments.
When I have them all done I will post up some pictures of this silliness. To give you all an idea of my crazy creations.
the stamp idea did come from the fabulous and awesome Julie Fei Fan Balzer spokes person for the Brother scan n cut so I thought I would drop her a kudos here. I have done stamps before back in the day and posted up pictures of them. Remember my Zodiac sign stamps. I still have them:smileyhappy:
Thank you all for your smiles I see now I am an Advisor 1* Now I can post pictures and they will come right up. Thanks for all you all do. I love you all.
Your HSN friend,
Thanks for sharing @CuppaTea! The card is inspirational! You are one Crafty Lady! Beautiful!
That’s a great looking card you are very talented.:womanvery-happy:
Finally after four sheets of 12×12 card stock later I finally made my envelope. Thanks to Anna Griffin’s
12×24 Perfact Palette solid core card stock item # 379-823
I tried using my ultimate tool item # 436-607 however I am not understanding it. I think I need a one on one with Sara Davies. The dvds just grasping them.
with that said I turned to my old trusted friend my brother scan n cut. I used my Scan n Cut No.4 3D
Paper Craft Pattern collection. I made my envelope larger then the original 10.93×10.93 inch. I enlarged the envelope to 11.36×11.36 inches I used 12×12 card stock 12×24 cut in half.
Here the end result of a very plain coordination color envelope.
Picture one is of the front of the envelope with the card.
Picture 2 is of the back of the envelope.
Also I just wanted to mention the writing was done on the card with my universal pen holder and my black sharpie marker. Happy Birthday and Down By The Sea. Check the item number in the original post.
There is another craft project done. Thank you all for taking a look come back again real soon.
WOW!!! CupaTea you are just amazing I’m sure sure your tired of hearing (oops) I mean reading me saying it. That is a beautiful card. Thanks for sharing I enjoy looking at what all you can do.
If you got time tonite stop by the JPA we’re having a Super Bowl
themed party to play Fri. Night Game Nite with Sean Daly. Lots of food and lots of fun!!! Have a good evening.
Great job, CupaTea!! I’m sure that she’ll love this card. Thanks for giving such complete directions as to how you made it. Looking forward to future projects.
That is a really cute card. Nice work, CupaTea!
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10.04.16 11:13 PM