Hello crafty friends.
Are you all ready for Halloween? Our house is decorated and we have lots of sweets ready!
I made this card too using some Pretty pink posh stamps and card from Papermilldirect .
I ink blended some white card to make a night sky and added some stars. I then used the Uniquely creative eucalyptus forest die and die cut this using some Papermilldirect plain black card.
I copic coloured the stamps. I then heat embossed the sentiment onto some Violet plain card and adhered to my card.
Have a spooktacular Halloween!
I have made a very sweet card using the Mommy Lhey Kawaii Halloween digital kit. I used the digital stamps and coloured them in with my markers.
The background is made using inks that I blended together. I also heat embossed the sentiment. I love how bright the background is and the images always make me smile they are just adorable.
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Thanks for stopping by today I have some more Halloween cards that I will be sharing next week!
Have a wonderful day
Hello crafty friends.
I have another Halloween card for you today that I’m sharing on the papermilldirect blog.
I love making fun cards and this Halloween card is great for kids to make too.
For this card I used:
You will also need:
Halloween Stamps (My Favorite Things)
- Copic Markers
- Circle Die
- White embossing powder
- Versamark Ink
- Heat Gun
To make the card base I trimmed down a piece of Black Plain Card 240gsm to 4 1/8″ x 5 7/8″. I then trimmed down a piece of White Card Super Smooth 250gsm smaller than the card base and adhered this inside the card so that you can write your greeting inside.
Using some more White Card Super Smooth 250gsm stamp all your Halloween images onto the card. I used Copic markers to colour them in but feel free to use other markers. Once this is complete trim them out and place aside.
Next using a piece of Black Plain Card 240gsmtrim this down to the same size as your card front and place a circle die in the middle. Run this through your die cutting machine. Turn this over and adhere acetate to the back. Next add foam tape all around the edges of the circle and to the back of the card. Fill up the center with sequins and gems. Once this is done add your card base over the top of this. Your shaker part is now complete.
Next I heat embossed the sentiment onto some Violet Plain Card 290gsm and heat set this with my heat gun. Trim down and adhere to your card.
Lastly add all your Halloween images onto the card.
Your Halloween shaker is now complete!
Thanks for stopping by today have a lovely evening.
Good morning crafty friends.
I have another cute Halloween card for you today and it’s a interactive card. The card is flat and you just pull the tag which transforms the card into a 3D card. You can even write your message on the “pull tag”. How fun!
For this card you will need:
Spellbinders June large die of the month
Mommy Lhey PeekABoo kit
Papermilldirect White Card super smooth
To start with I die cut the interactive die using plain white card. I then die cut it again onto spotty paper. Adhere the two pieces together around the edges so that the moving tag doesn’t get stuck otherwise your card won’t “pull”.
Once this is done decorate the card front using some images from the PeekABoo kit.
As you pull the tag up the middle of the card will make a fold like an easel card. I then decorated the the tag and lower part of the card.
This is why I used two pieces of card so that the part that’s hidden once pulled will reveal a message.
I love how this turned out and what’s even better is that it folds down completely flat so that it will fit in a standard size envelope.
I can’t wait to make some more interactive cards. I had so much fun making this.
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Isn’t it getting cold now. Autumn is definitely here. I love autumn and of course Halloween is coming up. Which means cute cards!
The new Mommy Lhey PeekABoo kit is here and is crammed full of the sweetest images it’s perfect for anyone who doesn’t like scary images. I know my girls are going to love making things with this kit.
I’ve made a very sweet shaker card with this kit.
You can even enlarge the images to make some sweet decorations which will be great if your hosting a Halloween party. I can’t pick a favourite image as they are all pretty amazing!
You can find all Mommy Lhey products Over here 👈 . Lhey has been so busy making loads of kits and there’s something for everyone.
If you purchase a kit feel free to use my code: MLDVIC10 to save yourself 10% off.
I will be back very soon!
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Hello crafty friends. I hope your all keeping well.
You know what’s just around the corner….Halloween! This is one of my favourite times as I love making Halloween cards I feel you can get to really have fun when crafting.
Mommy Lhey has just released a brand new digital kit Boo thangs and it’s adorable as always!
I’ve also used some bits from the Kawaii Halloween kit.
I wanted to make a pop up card for this Halloween kit I used the Spellbinders scalloped pop up box and added the images onto acetate to make it look like they are floating.
You can check out the gorgeous kits Here. I can’t wait to make some more Halloween cards!
Have a lovely day
Happy Halloween!!! I am on the papermilldirect blog today with this Christmas card tutorial.
I am making this fun shaker card today and I am really enjoying the new Sirio Colour Card which is what I used for my card base as its a beautiful blue and I immediately knew it would be great for a Christmas card.
The products I used are:
I also used:
- Christmas stamps
- Copic markers
- Memento ink
- Window die
For my card base I used a piece of Blu Sirio Colour Card 290gsm which I cut down to 4 1/4 inches and scored at 5 1/2 inches. I folded this at the crease for my card base.
I then stamped all my images and the greeting onto some White Card Super Smooth 300gsmand coloured them in with my copic markers. I then cut all these out and placed them aside for later.
I then die cut the window die using some White Card Super Smooth 300gsm and adhered this down onto the acetate using some Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml. I set this aside to dry and I then cut down a piece of Marine Blue Smooth 240gsm. Once the window die is dry I added Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm all around the edges and placed the sequins inside. I then adhered down the Marine Blue Smooth 240gsmpanel onto the shaker panel and adhered this onto my card base using some Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm.
After this step all my images and greeting were adhered down using some more Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm.
I added some ribbon at the top and to finish the card off I adhered down some extra sequins and gems using Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml.
I hope you give this shaker card a try and be sure to have a look at Papermilldirect’s new Sirio colour card its amazing!
So as it’s Halloween it would be rude not to share a card with you.
Enjoy your day!
I am today on the Papermilldirect blog with this tutorial:
I absolutely love making Halloween cards and I think this would be a fun card to make for little children.
To make this card I used:
You will also need:
- White pigment ink and a sponge
- Oval die
- Alphabet die
- Die cutting machine
- Black and gold enamel dots
- Google eyes
To make my card base I used a piece of Black Plain Card 250gsm which I trimmed down, scored and folded in half. I then used a piece of Dark Violet Plain Card 240gsm added some pigment ink to the middle and adhered this down onto my card front. I then cut down another piece of Black Plain Card 250gsm and run this through my die cutting machine using a oval die. I adhered this to my card using some Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm. I then added an insert inside my card using some White Card Super Smooth 300gsm so that you can write inside.
I then die cut some ghosts and drew a smiley face and added the google eyes using some Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml, I then adhered these onto the card with some Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm.
For the boo greeting I die cut the words using White Card Super Smooth 300gsm three times and glued them together using some Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml. I then added some PVA glue to the top layer and added some glitter. Once dry I adhered this onto my card using some more Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml.
To finish off the card I added some enamel dots.
I had lots of fun creating this card and I think the ghosts are too cute to spook young children.
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There is nothing more fun than making a Halloween card and today I will show you how I created this.
The products I used are:
• Black Plain Card 250gsm
• Violet Plain Card 290gsm
• Super Mirror Finish Card- Gold
• White Card Super Smooth 300gsm
• C6 Peel and Seal Envelope – Lime Green
• Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm
• Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml
You will also need:
• Halloween stamps
• Alphabet die
• Pigment inks and sponges
• Sky stencil
• White embossing powder
• heat gun
• Copic markers
To start with I stamped my Halloween images onto some White Card Super Smooth 300gsm and coloured them in using my copic markers. I then cut these out and put them aside.
I then made my card base using some Black Plain Card 250gsm which I trimmed and scored in half. I them cut down my card front using some White Card Super Smooth 300gsm.
With my card front I used a sky stencil and added some pigment inks to make a dark grey and purple background. I then adhered this onto my card base using some Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm.
I then die cut the word BOO out of some Violet Plain Card 290gsm and also used some Super Mirror Finish Card- Gold. I adhered these together using some Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml and adhered onto my card front with Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm.
I then heat embossed my sentiment onto some more Violet Plain Card 290gsm and adhered this with Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm under the word BOO.
I then adhered the Halloween images along the bottom using plenty of Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm.
I also have this bright green C6 Peel and Seal Envelope – Lime Green which is just perfect to put your Halloween card into.
I had so much fun making this card I hope you do too!
Thanks for stopping by have a lovely day!
Hi! I thought I would share this Halloween card I made last night, it took absolutely ages for some reason.
I made the background with distress inks and stamped these cute little spooky images and coloured them in with copic markers.
I then stamped some bats and a spider onto the card and then heat embossed the sentiment.
Thanks for stopping by have a great weekend!