Friday, May 25, 2018

Just Married Card

Hello everyone! I am sharing a card I made using the lovely Just Married collection. I LOVE the beautiful navy blues in this collection - aren't they stunning?
This old fashioned car with the 'Just Married" banner was the center element of my card.  I added the car sticker to the card with some foam tape for some dimension. I tucked a floral sticker behind it for some added pop of color. I added some blue enamel dots as well.
The pattern paper  strip that I used on the left side has the most beautiful gold foil on it and I echoed the gold shimmer with some gold shimmer paint splatters on the off white paper. The scallop pink bow added a fun touch as well to this festive card. I tied a tag with a flower embellishment and one more blue enamel dot for good measure to finish off the card.
Thank you very much for stopping by the blog today! With wedding season quickly approaching, I hope I have inspired you with this card to give a little handmade card to the special couple. Happy Crafting !

Products used:
-Just Married 6x6 paper pad
-Just Married Forever with You 
-Just Married Dark Pink/Cream Coordinating Solid
-Just Married Element Sticker
-Just Married Frames and Tags Ephemera
-Just Married Enamel Dots
Foam tape
Pink Ribbon
White crochet thread

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Have Faith Frame - Echo Park Paper

Hello Echo Park fans - it's Tya up on the blog today sharing a home decor project featuring the Have Faith collection. Are the colors stunning?
I loved this ornate frame and when I saw that the collection contained one of my favorite verse of  scripture, I knew I had to make the verse the star of the project.
To make the background of the frame, I trimmed a 5x7 inch piece of the pink stripe side of the 4x4 Journaling  Cards paper. I then used  a 4 x 5 inch piece of the blue flower side of the 4x6 Journaling Cards paper and glued it to the center of the pink stripe paper. I then took a 1 inch strip of the Yellow paper from the Teal/Yellow Coordinating Solids paper and used a scallop border punch to make a scallop border and placed in on the top and bottom of the blue flower paper. I then cut out the "Be Still and Know" 4x6 card and trimmed it down just a bit so it fit the frame nicely and then added some foam tape to the back for some dimension.
Along the bottom edge I layered a banner die cut shape behind a flower sticker.  I added the "love" die cut shape to the flower sticker with some foam tape and then a few enamel dots as well. I  added this cluster to the outside of the frame.
Along  the top edge I added  some black twine and glued a few banner stickers to the twine. I  added a pretty blue butterfly sticker to the center banner piece and then some foam tape behind the center piece so it wouldn't flop too much.
I am so excited to have this frame as part of my home decor. I hope I have inspired you to use this beautiful collection to showcase your favorite verse as well. Happy Crafting!

Products used:
-Have Faith 4x4 card
-Have Faith 4x6 card
-Have Faith Teal/Yellow Coordinating Solid
-Have Faith Element Sticker
-Have Faith Ephemera
-Black twine
-Foam Dots/Tape
-Scallop Border Punch
-White 5x7 Frame

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Echo Park Imagine That Boy Card

Hello everyone - it's Tya up on the blog today sharing a fun handmade card featuring the adorable Imagine That Boy collection. I LOVE this collection so much! It's so full of darling icons that capture all things "boy" so perfectly. I simply loved working with this collection.

I loved the bright color pallet of this collection with the navy , aqua and orange and the pops of silver. Some of my favorite colors!
 I used a few pattern papers from the 6x6 paper pad, some tags from the Frames and  Tags Ephemera, some stickers from the Element Sticker sheet and some pieces from the Chipboard accents to decorate the front of the page. The tag is topped with one of the adorable brads from the Decorative Brads.
 How awesome is this super hero boy? I knew I had to use him on this card the second I saw him! And I loved the sentiment on the label - go be awesome!

I hope I have inspired you to pick up this amazing  collection and make up a few cards. There are so many fun icons and sayings , you can make oodles of cards or tags for your favorite boy! Happy Crafting everyone!

Products used:
-Imagine That Boy 6x6 Paper Pad
-Imagine That Boy Orange Coordinating Solid
-Imagine That Boy Frames and Tags Ephemera
-Imagine That Boy Element Sticker Sheet
-Imagine That Boy Chipboard Accents
-Imagine That Boy Decorative Brads
-4 1/4 x 5 1/2 Ultra White Felt Cardstock
-Foam Tape

Wish Upon a Star Card - Echo Park

Hi there everyone! It's Tya up on the blog today! Boy does making this card give me "Disney Fever"! I want to hop on a plane and get to the Happiest Place on Earth right now! If you are a Disney lover like me, this  line is for you!

To make this card I used a kraft card base and layered the plaid and yellow dot papers from the 6x6 paper pad for the background.I tied a 24 inch piece of black and white twine around the middle and tied it in a bow on the bottom. I used the cute black dot frame as a base to add a chipboard castle and some firework stickers. 

For the sentiment I turned to the Frames and Tags Ephemera and found the "Imagine" die cut and  added it to the top of the castle with foam tape. I added some enamel stars on top of the castle and and sentiment as well.

To finish the card off, I  added a kraft cloud sticker, a chipboard cloud sticker and a cute enamel balloon to the top right corner.
This was such a fun card to put together! This collection has oodles of fun icons and sayings that I  can't wait to use on my next magical project! Thank you for stopping by today!

-Wish Upon a Star 6x6 Paper Pad
-Wish Upon a Star Frames and Tags Ephemera
-Wish Upon a Star Enamel Shapes
-Wish Upon a Star Chipboard  Accents
-Wish Upon a Star Element Sticker Sheet
-4 1/4 x 5 1/2 Kraft Cardstock
-Foam Tape
-Black and White Bakers Twine

Good Day Sunshine Card- Echo Park

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Hi there - Tya here sharing with you a happy little card featuring the sweet Good Day Sunshine collection. Boy, do I just adore this collection so much! The colors are stunning! So bright and cheery! I just want it to be summer right now!  To make the card I started off with a white cardstock base and  then layered a piece of blue floral paper from the 6x6 paper pad as the background.
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I cut out 2 rectangles from the Stitched Rectangle Die cut. The larger rectangle from some pink dot 6x6 pattern paper and then a smaller rectangle from some white cardstock. I layered these on the background. I used a bright yellow tag from the Frames and Tags Ephemera and placed it on the card. I located a plaid frame and added to the card with  some foam tape. I  added a pinwheel sticker and 2 enamel dots up in the right corner.
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I then located the "Life is Better in the Summer" tag from the Frames and Tags Ephemera and  added it to the card base with foam tape. I decorated the tag further with a cute mason jar chipboard piece and a lemon and cherry sticker from the Element Sticker Sheet. These pieces have foam tape behind them as well. I also added a teal enamel dot in the bottom corner.
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To finish off the card I added a cute teal dot grosgrain bow along the bottom for some added texture.

If you haven't had a chance to take a peek at this gorgeous line, you should! It is so fun! You will want an ice cold glass of lemonade when you are done- I  promise! I hope I have inspired you  to pick this line up and create some Good Day Sunshine projects of  your own! Happy Crafting! 

-Foam Tape
-Teal polka dot grosgrain ribbon

Spring Market Card - Carta Bella

Hello there- it's Tya up on the blog today sharing a handmade card featuring the lovely Spring Market line by Carta Bella. Wow is this line gorgeous! I love the homey feel of this line. The colors are simply beautiful.

The wood paneling paper in the 6x6 paper pad were the perfect background for the card. I loved the look of the paper to build the other layers on to. I used some pretty pink patterned paper also found in the 6x6 paper pad and used the Stitched Rectangle die cut to make the next layer.  I then started using some frames, tags and chipboard to decorate the front of the card:

I wanted to add a few delicate touches to the card so I die cut some leaves from the Jolly Branch Trio die cut and then add a few sprinkles of some enamel dots in the corners. I added some white crochet thread to the tags to finish the card off.

Thank you for stopping by today. I hope I have inspired you to pick up this beautiful collection and make some cards to send to your special friends. Happy crafting!

Products used:
-Spring Market 6x6 paper pad
-Spring Market Element Sticker
-Spring Market Chipboard Accents
-Spring Market Frames and Tags Ephemera
-Spring Market Enamel Dots
-White Felt Cardstock
-Jolly Branch Trio Die Set
-Stitched Rectangle Die Set
-White Crochet Thread
-Foam Tape

Celebrate America Card - Echo Park

Hi there Echo Park fans! It's Tya up on the blog today! My favorite holiday is the 4th of July and the amazing Celebrate America line perfectly captures all the fun elements of this holiday.

I created a fun handmade card using some of these fantastic products. Are the colors gorgeous?

This card was made using some Navy Blue Felt cardstock for the background and then I used various papers, journaling card papers and the element stickers.

 I also added some enamel dots and a simple white crochet thread bow finishes off the decorations.
Thank you so much for stopping by and visiting us today! I hope I have inspired you to grab this adorable collection and make some America themed projects of your own! Happy Crafting!

Navy Blue Felt Cardstock
Celebrate America 3x4 Journaling Cards
Celebrate America 4x4 Journaling Cards
Celebrate America 4x6 Journaling  Cards
Element Stickers
Enamel Dots
White Crochet Thread
Foam tape