Saturday, March 22, 2014

Blog Hop! Welcome Little One & Scrapbook Adhesive Products

Welcome to our final day of blog hopping with Scrapbook Adhesives!  Hasn't it been wonderful?  A round of applause for all the designers and the creative ways the adhesives have been used!

Pockets.  I love pockets. Especially square pockets.  When I saw Scrapbook Adhesives had these Keepsake Envelopes I knew they had to be mine.



So here is my project.  It became much more involved than what was originally in my head because things didn't fit together as perfectly as they had in my imagination. All the heads of hair in our house didn't look anything like baby hair, soooo....I raided my supply of baby hair for this project.  Wow, I've forgotten how fine it was!  Hold on tightly!

Supply list:
Quietfire Design Rubber stamps: Welcome Little One
Scrapbook Adhesives: Keepsake Envelopes, Crafty Foam Tape, E-Z Runner Permanent Strips
Paper Shaping Tools & Piercing Mat
Spellbinders: Labels Ten , A2 Bracket Borders One, Adorning Squares, Lacey Squares, Whimsy, Grand Calibur
Tsukineko VersaMagic Sea Breeze, Aegean Blue
Pearls
Cardstock: Staples 67# Cream, American Crafts Powder
Martha Stewart rocking horse stickers
Daisy Kingdom Button
Stamp positioner
Ink Blending Tool


The pocket "elements": Lacey Square and Adorning Square diecuts, Keepsake Envelope and "treasure".


Instructions:
  1. Cut Powder blue cardstock 12" x 6-1/4" and fold in half to make a 6-1/4" x 6 card.
  2. Using the appropriately sized dies to fit the 2x2" envelopes, cut three Adorning Squares from cream cardstock for behind the envelopes and three Lacey Squares from blue cardstock to fit inside the envelopes.
  3. Cut one rectangle 6-3/4" x 5-1/2" from blue cardstock and one rectangle of the same size from cream.  Die cut Bracket Border along the 5-1/2" side of both colours. Layer and adhere the cream and blue border diecut as shown and trim to  6-1/2" using E-Z Runner Permanent Strips.  Round corner of cream border diecut.
  4. Stamp sentiments using VersaMagic ink and diecut with Labels Ten.
  5. Diecut butterfly and spiral flower from Whimsy die set.  Sponge edges with Sea Breeze ink and bend butterfly wings upward. Add pearls to butterfly as shown and use Crafty Foam Tape to adhere to top edge of Labels Ten.  Use Paper Shaping Tools to shape and roll spiral flower and adhere to bottom of Labels Ten.  Add pearl to center of flower and each side of the flower.
  6. Adhere "treasures" (baby hair, button and sticker) on blue Lacey Square die cuts and put one in each Keepsake Envelope. Remove release paper from back of each envelope and adhere to Adorning Square die cuts.
  7. Cut one piece of cream cardstock to 5-3/4" square and use E-Z Runner Permanent strips to attach it to the card front with edge aligned to opening edge of card. Adhere panel with diecut borders on top with cream edge extending beyond the edge of the card front.
  8. Use Crafty Foam Tape to adhere Keepsake Envelopes down left edge of card as shown.  Use two layers of Crafty Foam Tape to adhere Labels Ten to the card front as shown.
  9. Add pearls to the flap on each Keepsake Envelope.







Here is another, much less complicated card!



Supplies:
Quietfire Design: If Nothing Ever Changed, Butterflies/Dragonflies
Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam Butterflies, 3D Black Foam Squares (on Quietfire Site)
Gold Flakes
Tsukineko Brilliance Pearlescent Chocolate, VersaMark
American Crafts Dark Kraft Cardstock
Core'dinations dark brown cardstock
Corner Chomper

Instructions:

  1. Cut brown cardstock to 8-1/2" x 4-1/4" and fold in half to make a square card. Cut Kraft cardstock panel slightly smaller than card front and round the corners.
  2. Use VersaMark to stamp the large butterfly.  Use Pearlescent Chocolate to stamp the sentiment.
  3. Remove the release paper from one side of 3D Foam Butterfly and press variegated gold flakes onto adhesive. Run around the edge of the shape with a coloured marker to cover white edges. Remove the release paper from the bottom of the butterfly and adhere near sentiment.
  4. Use Crafty Foam Tape to attach the panel to the card front.



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35 comments:

  1. What an exquisite baby card.....with all the lovely die cuts and those amazing treasures. And.....your "supply" of baby hair????? Do you keep some on hand...or was this from one of your kid's baby books? Wow. Just an absolutely beautiful card. I am dazzled.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  2. Gorgeous cards! And, I love those Square Pockets too. Very nice use of them on that special baby card!

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  3. These are both beautiful, I love the die and the sentiment. Thanks for the great weeks. lots of inspriation and ideas this week!!!

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  4. The baby card is perfect! And I love the butterfly, particularly the sentiment. One of my favorites.

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  5. this is so cute. what a great combo of ideas. the saying is gorgeous too.

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  6. Suzanne, that baby card is totally fabulous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! All the details.. perfect!!!! The butterfly card is simpler but still wonderful!!! I do love those stamps!!

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  7. Beautiful cards! I love all the different elements!

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  8. I love the butterfly card. Thanks for all of the great ideas this week, and thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. The baby card is so intricate and so detailed! It's gorgeous! What a wonderful contrast to the butterfly card which is so rustic with that lovely surreal looking butterfly embellishment! They are both fantastic! TFS!

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  10. I love the butterfly card. Thanks for all of the great ideas this week, and thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. I love the butterfly card. Thanks for all of the great ideas this week, and thanks for the giveaway!

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  12. 2 wonderful cards. love the die cuts. Have a great day

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  13. Great cards - love the lacy look of the baby card.

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  14. What a fabulou7s baby card! Who wouldn't treasre this!

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  15. Both cards are very nice. Love the baby card and it gives me ideas as we have a little girl
    coming in July to my nephew. They are so very nice!

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  16. Memories are made of this!
    Beautiful color work!
    Love how everyone in this hop used those foam bits.
    Love love, the clean and simple look of the second card,

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  17. Love the pockets for the baby card and I like the butterfly on the card.

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  18. Really like that you included a simpler card. Nice to see how the cork "paper" looks in use. I love the envelope too. I can see using them on a less elaborate card.
    I really like your card but know myself well enough to know I could never be bothered to do all that on one card!

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  19. baby card is adorable and I also love the butterfly card

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  20. The baby card is so sweet. I love the colours on the butterfly card. Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win.

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  21. Say it isn't so!! Sad that this great hop is over. I have gotten LOADS of inspiration from all of the beautiful creations I have seen this week! Many days I had to run to my craft room and get an idea out of my head from a project on the hop!
    I love your cards! The baby card is absolutely adorable and I LOVELOVELOVE the butterfly card!!!
    I never knew that Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L had these awesome little keepsake envelopes!! Now that I do I can see many of them in my very near future! LOL.
    Thank you for having me along on this wonderful and inspirational journey this week! I look forward to many more!! Have a great day and stay crafty!

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  22. This has been a fabulous and fun blog hop! Each project has been top shelf: so creative and inspirational! These two cards are no exception!!

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  23. Gorgeous baby card Suzanne!! Love the pop of color from the butterfly on the second card!

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  24. I love that baby card. Seems like lots of babies are coming this spring so I've needed several cards for showers. This one will be a pattern for me in the future. The butterfly really pops off of the neutral base. Very pretty.

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  25. Love the cards and would love to win

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  26. Love the baby card and how you used the die cuts to surround the envelopes The other card is also nice - I'm loving working with cork these days, and the butterfly really shows off. Not a round of applause for the blog hop designers, but a standing ovation! Thanks, Suzanne, for making this happen!

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  27. Wow, that baby card is fantastic! What a creative idea to showcase your child's hair and the colors are beautiful. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  28. Great looking baby
    card and the simple
    card with the butterfly
    is so pretty.
    Carla from Utah

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  29. Wonderful instruction with both of these delightful projects. I just love those pockets!

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  30. Beautiful cards. The first is a bit more than I usually do, but I do love the butterfly one.

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  31. Great looking cards. Love the idea of the gold flakes for the butterfly.

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  32. I love the colors you chose for the baby card.

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  33. Gorgeous works of art! Thank you for sharing these how to's with us!

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