We were invited to a Ninja Turtle Birthday Party. I have seen tons of pouch art Ninja Turtles all over Pinterest so I decided to create my own version. I used all Stampin up punches. Circle punch and Oval punch for the head. Fancy label punch for the mask (i cut off the sides with the oval punch). For the eyes I used the owl Punch. I used the oval punch for the smile (just double punched. For the mouth I used a circle punch and for the tongue 1/2 of a heart punch. I mounted it onto white squares matted with black. The card base is a traditional easel card.
I made this photo back drop for my friends recent Gender Reveal part. I used a piece of molding and staples 2" strips of plastic tablecloths. I made the banner using Cricut Platinum Schoolhouse letters.
I had lots of pink and blue props for the guests to use.
For this months swap we created black and white cards with another color. The ladies in my Swap your heart out group are so creative. The next swap will be creating cards with a touch of lace.
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I have seen this type of card all over Pinterest and Youtube. I decided to make these cards for my upcoming swap with Swap Your Heart Out. They were simple to make and turned out very nice. Thanks for stopping by!
I was in a Tim Holtz class yesterday at the Crafty Scrapper and made this project. It was a great organized class and I learned lots of new techniques. I can't wait to play with all my distress stuff this weekend. Thanks for stopping by!
I am in the best crafting swap club ever called Swap Your Heart Out. We meet every 6 weeks and make projects based on a predetermined theme. Sometimes it is a one on one swap, meaning you only make one project to trade. Sometimes it is a group swap, meaning you make one item for each member in the swap. Here are some pictures from our last swap. I hope i did not miss any projects. Our group is full but I thought I could share photos for you to get inspiration. Happy Crafting!
I wanted to make cards to send to some friends out of state. I went to my stamp drawer and found a Texas stamp I had not used in a long time. I decided to make an Easel Card. I have been making them for years and I'm sure there are tutorials on You Tube. Just a little way to send some Love from Texas.
Supplies used for this project
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Punches: Scalloped, oval, heart (Stampin Up)
Stamps: Texas Stamp B&J's Art stamps, 6 piece stamp set Momenta (Tuesday Morning)
Tools: paper trimmer, crimper, ATG gun
(Cream) 4 1/4" x 11" (Scored at 2 3/4 & 5 1/2)
(Cream) 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"
(Blue) 4 1/4" X 5 1/4"
(Red) 3 3/4" x 3 3/4"
(Cream) 3 1/2' x 3 1/2'
(Kraft) 4 1/4 " x 1 1/4"
(Blue) 4" x 2 3/4"
(Kraft) 3 3/4" x 2 1/2"
(Cream) 3 1/2" x 2 1/4"