Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Thanks & Hugs Triangle Treat Boxes

Happy Tuesday! I've been playing with the fabulous Triangle Treat Box Die from ModaScrap. While playing with the Triangle Treat Box die, I created these two fabulous treat boxes that features some of the new patterned paper from ModaScrap as well as some dies from ModaScrap and Els van de Burgt Studio. I have a tutorial below for you so that you can recreate my two fabulous Thanks & Hugs Triangle Treat Boxes at home. 



To start, you'll need to cut two Triangle Treat Boxes out of two patterned pieces from the Sweet Vintage Rose paper from ModaScrap.



Die cut two 1 1/4" Stitched Circles out of the backside of the fly sheet from the Sweet Vintage Rose Patterned Paper. Ink the edges of the stitched circles using Vintage Photo Distress Ink and a Blending Tool with foam.



Die cut two 1 1/2" Dotted Scallop Circles out of patterned paper from the Sweet Vintage Rose patterned paper.



From the Dancing Butterflies die, die cut two small butterflies out of patterned paper from the Sweet Vintage Rose patterned paper.



From the Stitched Fishtail Banners die, die cut two 1/2" stitched fishtail banners out of patterned paper from the Sweet Vintage Rose patterned paper. Once the banners have been cut out, cut each banner down to 2". Ink the edges of each banner using Vintage Photo Distress Ink and a Blending Tool with Foam.



From the Stitched Fishtail Banners die, die cut two 3/4" stitched fishtail banners from White Soft Finish Cardstock. Once the banners have been cut out, cut each banner down to 2 1/4". Apply Jet Black Archival Ink to the "Hugs" sentiment and stamp onto one of the banners. Apply Jet Black Archival Ink to the "Thanks" sentiment and stamp onto one of the banners. Ink the edges of each banner using Vintage Photo Distress Ink and a Blending Tool with Foam.



Using the Bunch of Flowers 4 die, die cut one of the flowers set out of the Sweet Vintage Rose Patterned Paper pack. Die cut the same set of flowers out of another piece of the Sweet Vintage Rose Patterned Paper. 



From the Curvy Leaves die, die cut two - two leaf leaves, two - three leaf leaves and two - five leaf leaves out of White Soft Finish Cardstock. Once the leaves have been cut out, ink the entire surface of all the leaves using Shabby Shutters Distress Ink and a Blending Tool with Foam. Shape your leaves as desired.



Assemble both of your Triangle Treat Boxes using liquid glue or Clear Double Sided Adhesive.



Now it's time to adhere your first Triangle Treat Box.

Adhere one of the patterned paper banners to one of the sentiment banners. Adhere the banners to the back of one of the Dotted Scallop Circles. Adhere one of the stitched circles to the middle of the Dotted Scallop circle.



Adhere one of each of the leaves set to the stitched circle has desired. Adhere the butterfly to the left of the sentiment. 
To assemble your flower, adhere the three layers together. Once the flower has been put together, add a Transparent Glitter/Gold dot to the center of the flower. Adhere the flower overtop of the leaves and butterfly.



Adhere the banner embellishment to one of the Triangle Treat Box. Your first treat box is finished.



Now, lets create your second Triangle Treat Box.

Adhere the other patterned paper banner to the other sentiment banner. Adhere the banners to the back of the other Dotted Scallop Circles. Adhere the other stitched circle to the middle of the Dotted Scallop circle.



Adhere each of the leaves set to the stitched circle has desired. Adhere the butterfly to the left of the sentiment. 



To assemble your flower, adhere the three layers together. Once the flower has been put together, add a Transparent Glitter/Gold dot to the center of the flower. Adhere the flower overtop of the leaves and butterfly.



Adhere the banner embellishment to one of the Triangle Treat Box. Your first treat box is finished.



Here are some photos of my finished Thanks & Hugs Triangle Treat Boxes.







Thanks for joining me today! I hope that I've inspired you to re-create my Thanks & Hugs Triangle Treat Boxes at home.

Elizabeth Craft Designs Products Used:


Other Products Used:

- Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink: Distress Ink - Vintage Photo and Shabby Shutters and Blending Tool/Foam
- Ranger Ink: Jet Black Archival Ink

- Katelyn



















Monday, June 26, 2017

Vintage Hollywood Ticket Booth

Today I'm up on Graphic 45's blog sharing with you my Vintage Hollywood Ticket Booth.  This month, three Brand Ambassadors were challenge to create a project using three Graphic 45 products. The three products we had to use was the Deep Square Matchbook Box, any Patterns & Solids collection and the matching Tags and Pockets. In addition to the three products, we could also use Metal, Inks and Ribbon.  Below I'll share a few photos, a bit about my ticket booth as well as some tips and tricks about my project. If you haven't stopped by Graphic 45's blog yet, you'll want to, as Sandy and Marina have also created fabulous projects using the same three products and I have some more photos on their blog of my Vintage Hollywood Ticket Booth.


With only being able to use three products plus a few additional products, I found this project to be a bit more challenging and definitely put me out of my comfort zone, but it was a ton of fun to make. 

Tip: Cut a bit off the side and top of the tag to create the shelf at the front of the box.


Tip:  Using black gesso, paint 1/4” in from the box giving you a nice finished edge.


To see more pictures of my Vintage Hollywood Ticket Booth, you'll want to head over to the Graphic 45 blog.

Graphic 45 Supplies Used:

- Vintage Hollywood 12x12 Patterns & Solids Pad
- Vintage Hollywood Tags & Pockets
- Deep Square Matchbook Box

Other Supplies Used:

- Petaloo: Mixed Texture Mini Blossoms - Ivory
- 20mm Black Roses 
- 10mm Blue Roses
- Tim Holtz Idea-ology: Baubles
-  Ranger Ink: Glossy Accents & Acetate
- Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink: Distress Crayon: Black Soot, Distress Ink: Black Soot and Blending Tool with Foam
- Black Gesso and Paint Brush
- 3/4" & 1" Circle Punches
- Edge Distressor, Paper Trimmer, Scissors, Sookwang Tape, Glue Dots and Liquid Glue


Thanks for stopping by and make sure to head over to the Graphic 45 blog  to check out the rest of the photos of my project as well as Sandy and Marina's projects!

To see my Creative Scrapbooker Monthly Post, head here

-Katelyn







Magical Fun Scrapbook Layout

I'm up on Creative Scrapbooker Magazines Blog today as a monthly blogger sharing my Magical Fun Scrapbook Layout that features Echo ParkRanger Ink and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L products. 


You'll want to make sure to head over to the Creative Scrapbooker Blog to read all about how I created my Magical Fun Scrapbook layout, so that you can recreate it at home.

- Katelyn

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Vintage Hollywood Sneak Peek


I hope that you're having a fabulous start to your weekend! I just wanted to quickly share with you a sneak peek of a new project that will be on Graphic 45's blog. You'll want to mark your calendars for Monday, June.26th. I hope that you'll take the time to stop by the Graphic 45 blog and check out all the photos of my project as well as Marina's and Sandy's projects. I will be sharing some photos and other details about this project on my blog Monday.

- Katelyn

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Masculine Happy Birthday Card

I'm up on Southern Ridge Trading Company's blog today sharing with you my masculine Happy Birthday Card which features a variety of chipboard pieces and embellishments. I hope my masculine Happy Birthday Card will inspire you to want to recreate it at home.


Make sure to head over to the Southern Ridge Trading Company Blog so that you can learn all about how I created my Masculine Happy Birthday Card.

- Katelyn

Monday, June 12, 2017

The Sea is Calling and I Must Go

Today I'm up on Graphic 45's blog sharing with you my Intro blog post which features a mixed media layout using Voyage Beneath the Sea. I'm truly honoured to be back on Graphic 45's design team for another year as a Brand Ambassador. I have a few photos on my blog for you, but if you haven't stopped by Graphic 45's blog yet, make sure you do so that you can check out the rest of the photos of my project as well as a tutorial on how to make my layout at home.


Tip: Once your layout is put together, using white paint, add splatter marks over your entire layout.


Thanks for stopping by and make sure to head over to Graphic 45's blog  to check out the rest of the photos of my project as well as the tutorial!

-Katelyn

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Voyage Beneath the Sea Sneak Peek


I hope that you're your weekend! I just wanted to quickly share with you a sneak peek of a new project that will be on Graphic 45's blog. You'll want to mark your calendars for Monday, June. 12th. I hope that you'll take the time to stop by the Graphic 45 blog and check out all the photos of my project. I will be sharing some photos and other details about this project on my blog on Monday.

- Katelyn

Friday, June 9, 2017

You're the Best

I'm up on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog today sharing my You're the Best Father's Day Card. I've created my Father's Day Card using a few dies from ModaScrap, Els van de Burgt Studio and Joset Designs. To compliment the die cut images, I've also used the new Manly Man Patterned Paper Pack from ModaScrap. 


You'll want to make sure your way over to Elizabeth Crafts Designs Blog to read all about how I created my You're the Best Father's Day Card, so that you can recreate it at home. 


- Katelyn



Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Anything But A Card - Die Cut Team Designer Challenge

We're kicking off a new die cut design team challenge on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog today.  For June it's all about creating a project that isn't a card. With the challenge in mind, I created a "Beautiful" scrapbook layout "Beautiful" on a 5"x7" Canvas board that features a variety of dies from ModaScrap, Els van de Burgt Studio as well as A Way with Words. You'll also notice there is some fabulous new patterned paper from ModaScrap on my project. Make sure to read below as I have a tutorial for you so that you can re-create my "Beautiful" Scrapbook Layout on a canvas board at home. Read all the way down to the bottom as I have some information at the end of the post on how to get in on a fabulous giveaway from Elizabeth Craft Designs.



To start, cut a piece of White Soft Finish Cardstock that measures 5" x 7".



From the Feather patterned paper, cut one piece that measures 4 7/8" x 6 7/8" and cut a second piece that measures 4 3/4" x 6 3/4". Distress the edges of each feather patterned paper piece with an edge distresser. Ink the edges of each feather patterned paper piece using Black Soot Distress Ink and a Blending Tool. 



Cut a piece from the floral patterned paper that measures 4 1/2" x 6 1/2". Distress the edges of the floral patterned paper piece with an edge distresser. Ink the edges of the floral patterned paper piece using Black Soot Distress Ink and a Blending Tool. 



Using the medium Entwined Circle die, die cut the entwined circle out of White Soft Finish Cardstock. Ink the outside edges of the entwined circle using Black Soot Distress Ink and a Blending Tool.



From the Thinking about....Polinesia paper collection, pull out the navy and purple polka dot papers. Die cut a 2 1/2" stitched rectangle out of each piece of paper. Distress the edges of each stitched rectangle patterned paper piece with an edge distresser. Ink the edges of each stitched rectangle patterned paper piece using Black Soot Distress Ink and a Blending Tool. 



With the polka dot paper still out, die cut the small dragonfly out of the purple polka dot paper. Die cut the large dragonfly out of the navy polka dot paper. Ink the edges of the dragonflies using Black Soot Distress Ink and a Blending Tool.



With the Stitched Rectangles still out, die cut the 3" stitched rectangle out of White Soft Finish Cardstock. Distress the edges of the stitched rectangle with an edge distresser. Ink the edges of the stitched rectangle patterned paper piece using Black Soot Distress Ink and a Blending Tool. 



Die cut a 3 3/4" Stitched Square out of feather patterned paper. Distress the edges of the stitched square piece with an edge distresser. Ink the edges of the stitched square piece using Black Soot Distress Ink and a Blending Tool. 



Using the 3 1/4" stitched square die, die cut the square out of the floral patterned paper. With the square cut, place the 2 3/4" stitched square in the middle of the floral patterned paper and run the square through your die cutting machine. Push out the middle of square. This will leave you with a frame for your photo. Distress the edges of the stitched square frame with an edge distresser. Ink the edges of the stitched square frame using Black Soot Distress Ink and a Blending Tool. 



While your Stitched Square dies are still out, die cut your photo using the 3 1/4" stitched square.



Using the Stitched Fishtail Banners Die, cut the 1 1/8" banner out of leaf patterned paper. Once the banner has been cut, flip the banner die to the non pennant side and cut out the other side to create the banner pennant on that side. Distress the edges of the banner with an edge distresser. Ink the edges of the banner using Black Soot Distress Ink and a Blending Tool. 



The last element to die cut is the "Beautiful" word out of White Soft Finish Cardstock.



Before we start adhering the layout together, you'll need to pull out a 5" x 7" Canvas Board.



Adhere the 4 3/4" feather patterned paper to the White Soft Finish Cardstock piece. Adhere the White Soft Finish Cardstock piece to the 5" x 7" canvas board.



Adhere the floral patterned paper piece to the feather patterned paper piece.



Adhere the navy polka dot stitched rectangle 1/4" from the top and 3/8" from the left of the floral patterned paper piece. Adhere the purple polka dot stitched rectangle 1/4" from the bottom and 3/8" from the right of the floral patterned paper piece.



Foam square the White Soft Finish stitched rectangle over top of where the purple and navy polka dot papers meet.



Adhere the leaf patterned paper banner to the middle of the White Soft Finish Cardstock stitched rectangle.



Adhere the floral patterned paper frame over top of your photo. Adhere the entwined circle to the feather patterned paper stitched square. Foam square your picture to the middle of the feather patterned paper stitched square.



Adhere the feather patterned paper stitched square to the middle of the leaf banner and White Soft Finish Cardstock stitched rectangle.



Adhere the small dragonfly to the large dragonfly. Adhere the large dragonfly to the right of your picture. To finish off the front of your scrapbook layout, adhere the "Beautiful" word to the bottom portion of your photo.



To finish off the back of your canvas board, adhere the 
4 7/8" x 6 7/8" piece of feather patterned paper to the back of your canvas board. 


And here's your finished "Beautiful" Scrapbook Layout.


Thanks for joining me today! Make sure to head over to the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog to check out the rest of the Die Cut team's wonderful creations. I hope that I've inspired you to re-create my "Beautiful" Scrapbook Layout on a canvas board at home.

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For today's challenge Elizabeth Craft Designs are giving away .... two sizes of the Clear Double Sided Adhesive which will include: a pack of the 5” x 12” sheets and a 10 mm roll of tape, in addition we will also give away a pack of the new ModaScrap 12” x 12” Viaggi Vintage Patterned Paper Pack to 3 winners. 

To enter simply leave a comment on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Challenge post and tell us "Besides the classic card, what are some project ideas you like to play around with?

We will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing 

The winners will be announced on Friday, June 9 on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog

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Elizabeth Craft Designs Products Used:

- Beacon - Kids Choice Glue
- A Way With Words - Amazing Beautiful
- ModaScrap - Butterfly Dream

Other Products Used:

- Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink: Distress Ink - Black Soot and Blending Tool & Foam
- Misc: 5"x7" Canvas Board

- Katelyn