This kit is so complete that you can find the complete paper set, 12 x 12 cardstock stickers, die cuts, a puffy alphabet in a coordinating color, black and white tabs and labels, enamel stickers, a dimensional sticker and the coordinating Bella cuts. It´s perfect!
I decided to use the Sunshine cut file in a different way. I made a "mini album card" and placed it on the cover. I cut two papers by 5'x12' and stitched the edges with white thread. I used the yellow sunshine paper to back my cut file and glued with 3D stickers.
The die cuts and puffy stickers are perfect and give the gorgeous touch to my cut file. Also, I used the alphabet stickers and yellow ribbon to close everything.
The papers are so full of colors and matches perfectly. In the middle, I cut another paper in 10'x12'.' I folded the paper in 4 inches and in the middle, I made another fold in 2 inches, cutting some squares for lightness and a pop up effect.
I cut four squares for place the photos and decorate them with the beautiful stickers and die cuts.
I really loved how it turned out. This Bella Blvd collection is very beautiful and I can already imagine beautiful summer photos on the beach or in the park on this card which is also a mini album.
I hope you enjoyed this inspiration and be sure to check out the wonderful kits that are still discounted at the Clique International store. Enjoy! A great end of the year for you and may 2022 be a blessed year.
Hey, friends! Edward was invited to a sleepover birthday party so... I had to whip up a card, which meant, I finally got to use my Dudes Too Stamp Set by Simon Hurley. This stamp set is perfect for boys!
I kept this card simple... To begin, I cut a piece of white cardstock to measure 6x8 then scored the paper in half to create the base for the card. Next, I cut two smaller rectangles to stamp on.
I used alcohol markers to color in the images being careful to not blend in the black ink. Before coloring, you may want to use a heat gun to ensure that the black ink is completely try before coloring...that way, the ink does not smear.
I adhered the sentiment inside the card and added the balloons for fun.
This stamp set is available in the shop. Click here to see the full set! It's super, cute. Thank you so much for visiting today.
Hi friends! Dana here today sharing the results of my experiment using The Stamp Market Embroidery Hoop Dies to create a set of woodland winter greeting cards. In the spirit of the challenge running this month in the Clique Facebook Group, I have tried the crafty crossover of incorporating cross stitch, embroidery, and quilling techniques on a project. This was a real challenge for me because I don't usually create projects that use any of these skills. The extra time I put in to these cards was absolutely worth it! I'm loving the results.
I used the same basic design for all the cards. I used the larger embroidery hoop dies to cut the hoop embellishments from cardstock and specialty patterned paper. Once I added stitching to each hoop, I added them to the cards.
To finish each card, I added a Pretty Little Studio sentiment sticker, handmade quilled acorn embellishments, and some glittered adhesive dots to the cheeks of each animal.
Quilled Acorn Embellishment Tutorial
Step 1: Use the slotted quilling tool to roll strips of quilling paper into a tight coil large enough to fit inside an acorn cap. Join more than one paper strip together by using a micro adhesive runner or liquid glue.
Step 2: Use a mini mold to transform the tight coil into a 3D dome. If you don't have this tool, simple push on the center of the coil, or use the rounded end of the slotted quilling tool, to form the dome.
Step 3: Coat the inside of the paper dome with liquid glue and let dry.
Step 4: Glue the paper dome into the acorn cap.
A note about acorn caps: I purchased the acorn caps that I used for these cards. They were cleaned and dried for me. If you collect acorns from nature for use on craft projects, first clean them with soapy water and let dry. To be sure that there aren't any insects in the caps, heat them in a 175 degree oven for about 90 minutes.
Thanks for stopping by today! I hope I have inspired you to try a new craft. These winter woodland cards are will make the perfect greeting all season long.
Hello Clique fans! Here is Réka and today I am sharing my first card created with the beautiful December Main Kit.
This card is very simple and easy but also so cute too!
Let’s start to create it! First step was to trim the Dear Lizzy: Stargazer - Sun Setting paper to measure 9” inch wide and 5 ¾” inch long and score and fold in half to create a card blank.
After cover the card front with a 4 1/8” x 5 ½” inch piece of white cardstock. I have embossed the white cardstock using the leaves embossing folder from my stash. I have also make some pink and green watercolor splash. You don’t forget to can find some Prima Watercolor paint refills in the shop and remember you can use my code Reka10 to get 10% off your total purchase.
The next step was to sew around the card with my sewing machine.
Finally, I have added some die cut pieces from Dear Lizzy: Stargazer - Copper Foil Ephemera pack and fussy cut the tree and the flowers from Dear Lizzy: Stargazer - Woodland Wonder paper.
And done! I really like how it turned out.
I hope you liked my card. Thanks for stopping by today! Have a wonderful crafty day! See you next month! Réka
Hello Clique Kits fans! Erica here with you on this fabulous Friday with a quick and fun post! I hope you all had the chance to get to know our June substitute teacher Charity Donaldson! If you missed the post please click HERE and show her some love!
I have two quick and easy cards to share with you today using theJune 2014 Clique Kit Show & Tell! This kit is so much fun and filled with so many fun colors and patterns! I love the bold black and whites with the great pops of color! My first card is a 4x4 card covered with one of the Simple Stories DIY journal cards. I added a strip of hot pink paper also fromSimple Stories and die cut a stitched circle from a new Lawn Fawn die set Party Banners. The sentiment I used is from the stamp setJournaling from Simple Stories. This stamp set is available in the Clique Kits shop right now for 35% off using the promo code SUMMERFLASH. Here is a look at my process creating this card!
My next card is a standard size card with a strip of the same hot pink paper fromSimple Stories! I also punched out some beautiful butterflies using my Stampin Up punch. I used a hello sticker from one of the sticker sheets that came in my kit and it is in a beautiful yellow color! I added the butterflies to the pink strip of paper and card complete! Creating quick and simple cards like this is a great way to use up the left over scraps from you kit at the end of the month!
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