Blooming Floral and Heart Swans | Card Recipe

Hey there! Today I have a couple cards that I want to share with you. Both of these cards feature some of the recent Spellbinders additions to the Glimmer Hot Foil Plates section and the Thin Metal Etched Dies section, that you might want to get and have in your stash. As always, product details are shared underneath the pictures…

Where The Flowers Bloom

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission at no cost for you. Thanks!


Materials:


Directions

  1. Create a folded card from cardstock.
  2. Apply Aura Hot Foil to card front panel to create floral pattern. Repeat to complete the whole panel.
  3. Color the flowers details with markers.
  4. Apply Aura Hot Foil to a piece of cardstock to create oval frame. Die cut oval with oval die. Adhere to card front with foam squares.
  5. Apply Expresso Bean Hot foil to a piece of cardstock to create sentiment. Die cut with matching die.
  6. Die cut flowers and leaves. Arrange over oval along with the sentiment. Adhere with foam squares and adhesive.
  7. Embellish card with gems.

Featured Products:

Blooming Floral Background Glimmer Hot Foil Plate & Die Set from Yana's Blooming Birthday Collection

Simply Perfect Layered Blooms Etched Dies from Simply Perfect Collection

Essential Duo Lines Glimmer Ovals Glimmer Hot Foil Plate from Glimmer Essentials Collection

Nestabilities Essential Ovals Etched Dies

Hello Friend


Materials:

Direcctions:

  1. Create a folded card from cardstock.
  2. Emboss a white cardstock panel with Sun Rays embossing folder. Adhere to card front.
  3. Apply Moondust Hot Foil to a piece of white cardstock to create circle frame. Die cut with Rings Around the Circle die. Adhere to card front with foam squares.
  4. Die cut the swan, swan details, flowers, leaves and crown from different colors of cardstock. Arrange the shapes and adhere them to card using adhesive, and foam squares.
  5. Apply Silver Hot Foil to a black cardstock strip to create sentiment. Adhere to card front with foam squares.
  6. Embellish card with gems.

Featured Products:

Heart Swans Etched Dies from Truly Yours Collection

Rings Around the Circle Etched Dies from Truly Yours Collection

Essential Duo Lines Glimmer Circles Glimmer Hot Foil Plate from Glimmer Essentials Collection

Sun Rays Embossing Folder

Everyday Sentiments II Glimmer Hot Foil Plate


Please be sure to visit the Spellbinders store to check out the current promotion they have…

Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty day!

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marianasignat

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Darlings Card Set | Card Recipe

Hi there! Today I am sharing a set of cards that I created using a new collection called Delightful Darlings by Mayline Jung. The collection includes four photopolymer stamp sets that you can get as a bundle or you can also get individually: Darling Hello, Darling Bouquet, Darling Celebration, and Darling Hugs. The images included feature four adorable girls that are so fun to color. I used markers to do so, but you can use any coloring technique that you prefer. I created a set of four cards with a simple easy to make design. The stamp sets have different sentiments and images that you can easily mix and match… the idea is to have fun with them!

Darlings Card Set

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission at no cost for you. Thanks!


Materials:


Directions

  1. Create a folded card from cardstock.
  2. Create a panel from white cardstock 4″x 5.25″
  3. Using a foam dauber and an ink pad apply color to create a subtle background.
  4. Stamp girl image with black ink over a piece of white cardstock. Color the image. Fussy-cut the image with detail scissors.
  5. Adhere image over background panel with foam squares.
  6. Stamp sentiment and small images around main image. Color images if needed.
  7. Die cut small flowers or hearts from white cardstock. Adhere with foam squares.
  8. Embellish card with pearls if needed and add Journey Glaze details.

Featured products:

Darling Hello Clear Stamp Set from Delightful Darlings Collection by Mayline Jung

Darling Bouquet Clear Stamp Set from Delightful Darlings Collection by Mayline Jung

Darling Celebration Clear Stamp Set from Delightful Darlings Collection by Mayline Jung

Darling Hugs Clear Stamp Set from Delightful Darlings Collection by Mayline Jung


Please be sure to visit the Spellbinders store to check out all the wonderful products that currently are on sale…

Spring Cleaning Warehouse Sale

Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty day!

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marianasignat

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Happy Easter! | Card Recipe

Hello friends! Today I am happy to share a card that I made featuring one of the products included in the new Expressions of Faith collection by Spellbinders. This product is called: Gleaming Cross Glimmer Hot Foil Plate & Die Set and I created an Easter card with it. This pretty cross is ideal for holidays cards, but can also be used for baptisms, sympathy cards, and more!

Happy Easter Card

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission at no cost for you. Thanks!


Materials:


Directions

  1. Create a folded card from cardstock.
  2. Create a panel from white cardstock and using the embossing folder create the sun rays pattern.
  3. Using a foam dauber and a yellow ink apply color to create a subtle background. Adhere panel to card front.
  4. Apply Aura Hot Foil to cardstock to create cross pieces. Die cut pieces. Assemble with precision glue and foam squares.
  5. Create a strip of cardstock and apply Aura Hot Foil to it to create complementary sentiment. Adhere to card front and affix it with staples.
  6. Adhere Cross to card front with foam squares.
  7. Die Cut the word “Easter” from Mirror Gold cardstock. Adhere to cardstock strip using precision glue.
  8. Die cut the tiny flowers from corrugated cardstock. Arrange them and adhere them with foam squares.
  9. Embellish card with Gold Fashion pearls.

Featured products:

Gleaming Cross Glimmer Hot Foil Plate & Die Set from Expressions of FaithExpressions of Spring Sentiments Etched Dies from Expressions of Spring Collection


Please be sure to visit the Spellbinders store to check out all the wonderful Easter products they have.

Photo credit for the following Easter cards: Spellbinders Paper Arts

Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty day!

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marianasignat

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Good Luck! | Card Recipe

Slimline cards seem to be trendy now among cardmakers. As you know those cards are long and narrow and can fit into a #10 envelope.  So today I am sharing a slimline card featuring some products that I have used for other projects in the past like the Lucky Clovers Die Set and I am also using a fabulous product featured in the new Spellbinders Catalog called Plaid Company Embossing Folder.

Good Luck Slimline Card

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission at no cost for you. Thanks!


Materials:


Directions

  1. Create a folded slimline card from cardstock (8.5″ x 3.5″).
  2. Create a panel from cardstock (8″ x 3″) and using the embossing folder create the plaid pattern. Since the panel is longer than the folder, emboss in two parts. Mat with white cardstock and adhere to card front.
  3. Die-cut different sizes of clovers and the tiny flowers from green cardstock.
  4. Arrange tiny flowers over the largest clover and adhere them with glue and foam squares.
  5. Stamp sentiment with black ink over white cardstock. Color the word “good”, and apply Journey Glaze if desired. Trim panel into a banner.
  6. Arrange clovers and sentiment banner over card. Adhere with foam squares. Embellish card and flowers with Fashion Gold Pearls.

Other Projects:

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Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty day!

marianasignat

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For My Beautiful Friend | Card Recipe

Since the start of the pandemic, it seems like my craft hours have shrunk instead of expanding. This past year, we kept ourselves at home as much as possible. However, we were very busy making some furniture, painting, gardening and organizing. I have to be honest, I was so busy that I also kind of neglected my blog. I didn’t do it on purpose, it just happened that way. This year is passing by very quickly, but I want to be posting my cards more that once a month! I don’t really want to spend a lot of time writing my posts, so I can focus my time on creating cards and doing other things too. I want to make things a bit easier for me and for you too. I will call these new short posts “Card Recipes”. I am going to be featuring some of the new products I get and happen to be on my desk, or products that I simply would love to share with you. So, without further ado, here is my first card recipe:

For My Beautiful Friend Card

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission at no cost for you. Thanks!


Materials:


Directions

  1. Create a folded card from cardstock. Apply Aura Hot foil to left side of cardstock using the Diamoneta pattern.
  2. Apply Aura Hot foil to cardstock to create flowers and leaves. Use two different tones of pink and one green cardstocks.
  3. Die-cut flowers and leaves. Assemble with precision glue.
  4. Die cut a circle from white cardstock. Make two score lines and fold to create a paper cone. Secure folds with precision glue.
  5. Adhere paper cone to card with adhesive. Arrange and adhere flowers to create bouquet. Use foam squares as needed.
  6. Apply Magenta Hot foil to cardstock to create sentiment. Die cut and adhere onto card using foam squares.
  7. Embellish card and flowers with Fashion Gold Pearls.

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Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful and crafty day!

marianasignat

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Hero Arts 2021 Catalog Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Welcome to…

Today, I am very happy to be participating in the Hero Arts Catalog Blog Hop. Hero as we all know, always brings us amazing new products that will keep us inspired and creative. Please click >>>HERE<<< so you can see the whole catalog and start making your wishlist.

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission from Hero Arts at no cost for you. Thanks!

I created three cards using four of the products included in the catalog: Happy Thanks Stamp & Cut XL, Envelope Accessories Fancy Dies, Sending Love Mail and the Hexagons Infinity Dies.

For this card, I used Happy Thanks Stamp & Cut XL along with the Hexagons Infinity dies, take a look: The design of this card is quite simple, and I only played with different colors and sizes of hexagons to create a background for the main sentiment. I die cut the word “thanks” from white cardstock and black foam. I like to do this to add dimension to the word and avoid having a bunch of little pieces of foam tape behind the words. I placed the white slightly off center over the black to make it look like a drop shadow. The sentiment was simply white-embossed over black cardstock and I embellished the card with some colorful sequins.


For this card I used Envelope Accessories Fancy Dies and Sending Love Mail stamp set. I have to say that I love that little envelope. It is the perfect size to put some flowers in it…or hearts, or whatever you wish. Of course, the flower and leaf dies were super fun to color with Chameleon Markers. The background was created with Distress ink and a sponge dauber. Then I stamped the words block included in the stamp set. I finished up this card with a white-embossed sentiment, decorative tape, Sparkle silk and some sequins.


The third card was a mix of products. I used the Happy Thanks Stamp & Cut XL to die cut the word “happy” from white cardstock and then, I gave it color with two ddifferent colors of Distress Inks. I also die cut the word from black foam to add dimension, just like card #1. I created a bouquet of flowers using the dies from the Envelope Accessories Fancy Dies. I Colored the shapes with watercolors. For the background, just like card #2, I used the Sending Love Mail stamp set and Distress inks. I sprinkled a bit of water to create the water marks over the DI background and I also stamped the words block over it. I complemented the card with a strip of vellum, decorative tape and some crystal blue and green dots.


Supplies Card 1, 2 & 3: Happy Thanks Stamp & Cut XL | Envelope Accessories Fancy Dies | Sending Love Mail | Hexagons Infinity Dies | Hero Arts Inks | Hero Arts Cardstock | Misti Regular Hero Black |

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Hero will give away one $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Wednesday, February 24th at 11:59pm pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

Please be sure to visit all the participants blogs in order to increase your chances of winning:
Hero Arts
Channin Pelletier
Dana Joy
Daniel West
Debi Adams
Emily Midgett
Ilina Crouse
Jessica Frost-Ballas
Libby Hickson
Lydia Fiedler
Maria Willis
Mindy Eggen
Pocono Pam
Seeka
Amy Kolling
Jennifer McGuire
Julee Tilman
Laurie Willison
You Are here>>>Mariana Grigsby<<<You are here
Nichol Spohr

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Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty rest of the week!

marianasignat

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Other Supplies:  Journey Glaze | Journey Craft Glue | Sparkle Silk | Sparkle Dust Glitter |

My Monthly Hero Blog Hop+ Giveaway • December

The new My Monthly Hero kit has just been released and it will be available as of TODAY December 7th at the Hero Arts store, but be aware that this kit is available for a limited time only – once it’s gone, it’s gone. Please remember that you have the option to subscribe and receive the kit monthly and never miss one.  Pre-order your kit today – we estimate the kit will begin to ship on Friday, December the 11th and continues throughout the following week.

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission from Hero Arts at no cost for you. Thanks!

The fabulous MMH of December features a wonderful Heroscape sky scene and other great products that will keep you entertained creating fabulous cards, check it out:

MMH December

The Kit includes: 6″ x 8″ Clear Stamp Set, Hope Word Fancy Die, Cloud Fancy Die, Cloud Window Die, 4 reactive Cubes (Early Dawn, Morning Mist, Chartreuse, Thistle), Yellow Prisma Embossing Powder 0.5 oz. Kit Value: $78.00 Kit Cost: $34.99

Please don’t forget that every month Hero also releases a bunch of fabulous Ad-On products, which are also available for purchase and they are themed with relation to the current MMH.

So, for today I made three cards. All of them were created using the images and Fancy Dies from the MMH of December

My first card, showcases the Hope Fancy Die along with the Window and Cloud Fancy Dies. I die cut the window and two clouds from white cardstock to create a frame/base for the focal point. The focal point is the Hope Fancy Die which I die cut from white cardstock as well. I achieved the ombré effect by coloring the word with Chameleon markers.

To add extra dimension to the word, I die cut two more words and I used them as layers. Next, I flicked a bit of Sparkle Silk over the base card and then I adhered the window, clouds and word to the card. I finished it up with some clear drops.


The second card features some of the stamps also included in the kit, take a look:

I began by creating the clouds background. The kit comes with three layers of clouds but I only used two of them. I stamped them with soft ink colors followed by the larger sun rays, sentiment and flying birds image. To achieve perfectly stamped images, I used my Misti Regular Hero Black which is one of the tools that I highly recommend to invest on if you are getting into the stamping hobby.

As the final touches for this card I added some Glaze details along with some Sparkle Cuts and Sparkle Dust.


The third card is a bonus card, because I wasn’t planning to make it, but the Hope Fancy Die is so pretty that I couldn’t resist making another card with it. This time I paired the word with an embossing folder that I have in my stash, and I though it was just perfect for the die:

For this card I used white cardstock to die cut the word, and I only added a foam circle underneath the “O” center to add a bit of dimension. The “H” and “E” edges were merely adhered to the embossed panel with craft glue. The complete panel was adhered to the white base card with foam tape.

I added a few clear drops as the final touches and voila! Simple yet so pretty.

Supplies Card 1, 2 & 3: MMH of December | Hero Arts Inks | Hero Arts Cardstock | Misti Regular Hero Black |

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Hero will give away one $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, December 13th at 11:59pm pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

Please be sure to visit all the participants blogs in order to increase your chances of winning:

Hero Arts
Channin Pelletier
Dana Joy
Daniel West
Debi Adams
Emily Midgett
Ilina Crouse
Jessica Frost-Ballas
Lydia Fiedler
Maria Willis
Michelle Short
Mindy Eggen
Pocono Pam
Seeka
Amy Kolling
Julee Tilman
You are here>>>Mariana Grigsby<<<You are here
Nichol Spohr
Rebecca Keppel

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Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty week!

marianasignat

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Other Supplies:  Journey Glaze | Journey Craft Glue | Bright Days Embossing Folder | Sparkle Silk | Sparkle Cuts | Sparkle Dust Glitter | Journey Craft Glue |

Two Cards Featuring Great Holiday Products from Spellbinders

December celebrations are around the corner so it is time to start sending our Holiday cards to friends and family. Today I would like to share two of the cards that I made, using Spellbinders and FSJ products. I will only mention tips or tricks and the list the products of these cards below the pictures, since I believe the process of making these cards is simple.

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission at no cost for you. Thanks!

Card #1 feautres: Die-D-Lites Deck the Halls and Yana’s Christmas Sentiment Hot Foil Plate and Die Set Foil :

Tip 1: Use black or white foam to die cut the larger shapes to add dimension.
Tip 2: Use embossing folders to add texture to part of the background, that helps to enhance the focal point.

Tip 3: Make more than one sentiment when you are using your Glimmer Hot Foil Machine, which is always fun to use. You can have sentiments ready to use for more projects!

Die D-Lites Deck The Halls Etched Dies Holiday 2019
Die D-Lites Deck The Halls Etched Dies Holiday 2019

Yana's Christmas Sentiments Glimmer Hot Foil Plate & Die Set from Yana's Christmas Foiled Basics by Yana Smakula
Yana’s Christmas Sentiments Glimmer Hot Foil Plate & Die Set from Yana’s Christmas Foiled Basics by Yana Smakula

Pretty Plaid Embossing Folder
Pretty Plaid Embossing Folder

Glimmer Hot Foil System
Glimmer Hot Foil System


Card #2 features the Shapeabilities Joy Etched Die and the Snow Queen StoryTime Paint Pens from Artomology by Jane Davenport:

Tip 4: Use tweezers and a good quality craft glue to adhere small pieces. A tiny amount of glue does wonders!

Tip 5: Use a white pen to create your very own polka dot background pattern.

Shapeabilities Joy Etched Dies Holiday 2019
Shapeabilities Joy Etched Dies Holiday 2019

Snow Queen StoryTime Paint Pens from  Artomology by Jane Davenport
Snow Queen StoryTime Paint Pens from Artomology by Jane Davenport

Journey Craft Glue
Journey Craft Glue

Please visit the SB store to check on all the great products they have on sale:

New Clearance MarkdownsPaper Arts

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Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty weekend!

marianasignat

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Other Supplies: FSJ Cardstock |  Fashion Gold Embellishments |

My Monthly Hero Blog Hop+ Giveaway • November

The new My Monthly Hero kit has just been released and it will be available as of TODAY November 2nd at the Hero Arts store, but be aware that this kit is available for a limited time only – once it’s gone, it’s gone. Please remember that you have the option to subscribe and receive the kit monthly and never miss one.  Pre-order your kit today – we estimate the kit will begin to ship on Friday, November the 6th and continues throughout the following week.

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission from Hero Arts at no cost for you. Thanks!

The fabulous MMH of November features Christmas images and other great products that will keep you entertained creating fabulous cards, take a look:

MMH November

The Kit includes: 6″ x 8″ Clear Stamp Set, 5 Coordinating Frame Cuts, 6 Coordinating Masking Cuts, Winter Sky Reactive Ombré Ink Pad, Red Vine Washi Tape, Winter Forest Sequins. Kit Value: $86.00 Kit Cost: $34.99

Please don’t forget that every month Hero also releases a bunch of fabulous Ad-On products, which are also available for purchase and they are themed related to the current MMH.

So, for today I made two cards. Both of them were created using the images of the MMH of November, take a look:

For this card I used one of the ad-ons stamps called Etched Winter Scene Bold Prints, and I used it to create a subtle background for the card (I like to use the Misti Regular Hero Black to stamp large solid images, because you can always stamp it over again to achieve a perfect stamped image). I also used a white pen to enhance a little bit the snow dots of the stamped image.

To create the focal point, I stamped the house image three times using different colors of ink. I want to point out that this kit comes with some dies called Masking Frames which are intended for masking the images. In this case, I used those masking frames as regular frame cuts, and that is why there isn’t a white border around the images.

The sentiment was stamped over a strip of cardstock and then I die cut it with a Ribbon Banner die. I used the banner as the base for the cute houses and I finished up this card with some white sequins and some Glaze details.

The second card features the snowman and a small rectangular stamp also included in the kit, take a look:

This is a 3 5/8″ X 4 1/4″ card, which means that instead of getting only two folded cards out of a single 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet of cardstock, I got three cards. The size is obviously smaller, but for small images I think a small card makes them look even cuter. The background was created with the Waves Stencil, and I used it to emboss the cardstock, just to add a bit of texture.

The rectangular stamp background was stamped with Mint Julep to Emerald Green Ombré Ink Pad. Then, the snowman was stamped with black ink and I added some color details. I also die cut him with its matching Masking Frame. To finish up the card, I white embossed one the sentiments over a red cardstock strip and I added some sequins and glaze details.

Supplies Card 1 & 2 : MMH November|Etched Winter Scene Bold Prints| Hero Arts Inks | Hero Arts Cardstock | Misti Regular Hero Black | Waves Stencil |Mint Julep to Emerald Green Ombré Ink Pad

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Hero will give away one $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, November 8th at 11:59pm pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

Please be sure to visit all the participants blogs in order to increase your chances of winning:

Hero Arts
Channin Pelletier
Dana Joy
Daniel West
Debi Adams
Ilina Crouse
Jessica Frost-Ballas
Lydia Fiedler
Maria Willis
Michelle Short
Mindy Eggen
Seeka
Amy Kolling
Jennifer McGuire
Julee Tilman
Laurie Willison
You are here>>> Mariana Grigsby <<<You are here
Nichol Spohr

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Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty week!

marianasignat

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Other Supplies:  Journey Glaze | Journey Craft Glue |SB Ribbon Banners

New Release: Take Time for You Project Kit from FSJ & SB

Hello, hello! I want to share with you today the new Take Time for You Project Kit from FSJ & SB, which has just been released and now is available for purchase. This kit is all about plants and that doesn’t mean that you need to have a green thumb to create fabulous projects because the products included in it are wonderful! The kit includes the following: Plant Lady Stamp set, Plant Lady Die set, Happy Plants Die set, Tropical Sunrise Chipboard Stickers, and a supply kit to create four fabulous cards (You will find links and pictures further below).

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission at no cost for you. Thanks!

I have to say that I really loved all the products in this kit and by having them in my hands it wasn’t hard to feel in the mood to create a couple of cards for today.

So, I used Happy Plants Etched Dies for my first card and the Plant Lady Stamp Set for the second card. Here is card #1:

The Happy Plants Etched Dies are so much fun to play with. You can mix and match the pots and foliage, use different colors of cardstock so you can give them your personal touch. You can make simple designs or more elaborate ones, it is your choice!

This amazing die set can easily be paired with the Plant Lady Stamp Set, as I did, using one of the sentiments I thought it was just perfect for my card.

Here is card #2:

This is literally a green card 😉 I used different green tones of Liquid Colors to create a striped background, and then I simply stamped some of the Plant Lady Stamp Set images with Black Licorice Ink over Whip Cream Cardstock. Then, I die cut them with their matching dies. I complemented with a white-embossed sentiment and some green sequins.

The complete Take Time for You Collection will soon be released at the store, but right now what FSJ+SB has available is this amazing Project Kit, which includes all what you see in the picture below:

Take Time for You by FSJ Project Kit
Take Time for You by FSJ Project Kit

With the kit you will be able to create four gorgeous cards, take a look:

Of course with these products you can also create other projects, like the ones I shared at the beginning of this post.

Anyway, while you are looking at the FSJ+SB store, please make sure to see all the other incredible offers they always have for you 😉

You can also take advantage of this new deal:

Bonus Clearance Savings Additional 15% off

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Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty rest of the week!

marianasignat

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Supplies: Take Time for You Project Kit | Happy Plants Etched Dies | Plant Lady Stamp Set | FSJ Liquid Colors | FSJ Cardstock | FSJ True Color Fusion Ink Pads |  Journey Glaze | Journey Sequins Bloom Time |