Hi! Did you ever have a Polaroid camera? I didn’t but my kids did thanks to their very generous grandmother. We still have lots of pics my older son took with it. In today’s video I share how I made a standard size interactive slider card and a slimline card with Concord & 9th’s Oh Snap stamp and die bundle as well as Pretty Pink Posh’s Cupcake Critters stamp set.
Hello! Today’s video shows how I made four cards with Altenew’s Mini Delight: Birthday Love stamp and die set. You can subscribe to the Mini-Delight Monthly Subscription or buy each set individually. Links to all the products is below the video. Enjoy!
Hi! Do you have a bag that could use a makeover? I had a VERY plain cosmetic bag that I got for free at a makeup event. I decided to give it a makeover with some dies and a little HTV (heat transfer vinyl). I had the bag for over a year just sitting in a drawer. Not sure why it took me so long to do something with it. This was SO easy.
Are you loving all the rainbow cards out there? I am and, surprisingly, I think these are my first rainbow cards ever. I have made cards with rainbow colors in a row or some kind of pattern but never an actual rainbow.
Hello! Lots going on in the cards for today’s post! There is stamping, heat embossing, embossing with dies, washi, gold gel pen, shimmer brush pen, stardust pen… I’m sure I’m forgetting something. All the details are in the video and the product links are at the end of the post with a coupon code for 10% off at Scrapbook.com.
Aren’t these cards pretty? I mainly used Pretty Pink Posh products for these cards. I used the Floral Hearts stamps and dies to create the hearts and the With Love Shaker Die for the gold sentiment. I trimmed out the white panels with Lawn Fawn’s Outside In Rectangle Dies.
How cute is this card made with the Mailbox Gift Card Holder dies that holds a gift card in the hidden slider, and how many greetings can you use it for? Birthday, congrats, thank you, new baby… I left the inside blank so I can customize it when I need it. I love the look of the silver foil cardstock and the beautiful cardstocks from The Stamp Market‘s Color Crush collection.
If you follow me on Instagram (@mariascardsandmore) you saw the picture I posted of the goodies I purchased from The Stamp Market. I discovered this fairly new company a few months ago and I love their stamps and dies. I also love the colors in their Color Crush collection, which includes cardstock, inks, refills, ribbons, enamel dots and paper packs. For these cards, I used the Bear Hugs stamps and dies, the Happy Hearts Cover die and some of their inks and cardstock. Scroll to the bottom of the post for the video and links to all the products.
Ready for another interactive card? Here is a cute spinner card made with some basic supplies that you probably already have (and if you don’t have them, you should :)).
I am totally addicted to Lawn Fawn’s Flippin’ Awesome Dies. I had to make a considerable effort a couple of days ago to stop making waterfall cards and do something else. Years ago, I made several of these cards without the dies. You can find many videos on YouTube showing you how to make them. They are not that hard to make but this die set is a game changer for me. I used the Critter Concert stamp set for the first card and then decided to use pattern paper (of which I have tons) to make the process go even faster.