Friday, 7 August 2020

Christmas Critters

DT Annalisa here. I hope are enjoying your Friday; it is finally cooler than 30 degrees Celsius here so I am a happy camper! Today I am sharing another Christmas card - you can never start making them too early! I used three stamp sets from the new July release - Christmas Surprise Clear Stamp Set, Santa Paws Clear Stamp Set and Mew Are the Best Gift Clear Stamp Set. The July release is so great to mix and match together!

To start I stamped the little mouse from Mew Are The Best Gift stamp set and masked it out. On top of this, I stamped the dog and presents from the Santa Paws stamp set and masked some of this out at the top end and stamped the tree from an older stamp set - Warm Winter Wishes - on top of this. I used my copics to colour the little scene, added some white gel pen accents and then cut it out. 

I stamped, coloured and die cut out the kitty from the Christmas Surprise stamp set and added him popping out from the side of the tree.

For the background, I used the Sparkle Cover Plate Die on top of some watercolour paper that I coloured with distress inks. I glued the die-cut piece to the coloured background with liquid glue.

Next, I added my cute scene to the background with some liquid glue. For the sentiment, I added 'merry' directly onto the background. I then stamped, coloured and die-cut 'Christmas' and popped it up on the card using some foam tape. 

If you are interested in purchasing any of the T4T products used in my project, I have a 10% discount code for the T4T store which can be used on anything, anytime and has no time limit - T4TANNALISA10

Thursday, 6 August 2020

Rainbow HELLO!!

DT Anila here on the blog today sharing this simple CAS card. 
I have used the newly released Slimline scalloped frame die and stretched it differently.
I began by cutting strips of watercolor paper. Coloured them in rainbow colours. Die-cut each of them using the border frame die. On a white card base, I stacked all the strips over each other in Rainbow order. Finished off the top using a thin strip of golf foil cardstock. Stamped the sentiment from the Grateful for you landscape stamp set. 

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See you next time!!
Happy Crafting

The greater the storm , the brighter the rainbow

Hi DT Sharon here and I'd like to show you a card I made using the recently released "Storms don't last forever" A6 stamp and die set.

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First of all I made the background using the Scene it stencil, blending brush and picked raspberry distress oxide ink.
I then stamped and die cut the images, and used clear embossing ink with WOW embossing powders to get a lovely glittery, shiny look.
I layered up the cloud background with a silver glitter cardstock and then added the sentiment. 

All the products are available from the T4T store here

If you use my code   T4TSHARON10   you can get 10% off across the store. 

Happy crafting!

Sharon x

Wednesday, 5 August 2020

Feeling Under The Weather

Happy Wednesday!

It's DT Shabneez here with a card that I think is very appropriate for the current British weather and just in case you've missed the real rainbows I've added one to my card!

I cut and coloured the cute cat with the umbrella from the All Occasion Critter set with my Chamelon pens and stamped and die cut the sentiment from the same set.  I die cut the rainbow from the Storms Don't Die set and coloured it with distress inks.  I then stamped and die cut the clouds from the same set.

Finally, for the background I used distress oxide inks through the Scene It and the Splish Splash stencils.  I added spatters of water to the puddle to make it look a little more realistic!

Happy Crafting!

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Saturday, 1 August 2020

The greater the Storm the Brighter the Rainbow!

Morning all well its been a full week already since the new release and it looks like your all loving it as much as we are! I love how everything works so well with each other I combined the Storms don't last Forever and the Grateful for You Landscape stamp sets for this sweet card.
I started out by cutting out two large circles from the Circles of Love Nesting Dies and two circles the next size down. Using the smaller circle I ink blended some clouds using the Sunny Side up Again Stencil and Pumice Stone Distress Oxide ink. I finished it off with some splatters of Iced Spruce Distress Oxide then I set it aside to dry.
Using the other small circle I cut I stamped the Grateful for You landscape image on and coloured up with Copic markers. I fussy cut it out right on the line and chopped off some of the other elements just keeping two of the mountains and one tree. This just gives it a different look and gives more room for the Rainbow in the background.
The rainbow I stamped out using Worn Lipstick and Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide then the middle arch I heat embossed with Gold embossing powder. The cloud is die cut with the cloud die I just didn't stamp it and the sun is from the Grateful for You Landscape set. 
For the sentiment I added some Worn Lipstick distress oxide on some card then stamped straight on top and die cut it out. Then all was left to do was stick everything together and pop on the back of the card the second larger circle I cut and  my card was finished.

Friday, 31 July 2020

Rainbow Cards - Two Cards with One Stamp Set & Giveaway!

Hi everyone! 
I hope you are all doing well?

Jo here sharing the edited video from Thursday's FB Crafting Live.

In this video I share how to make two really different cards with the same Stamp and coordinating Die set.
There's also a chance to win a card I made on Create & Craft TV this week so be sure to check it out!

The really cool thing with the Storms Don't Last Stamp and Die set is that you can use the coordinating Die's on there own as I've done in this card. 

I ink blended my background and then created a pattern with the raindrops stamp from the set.

In the set there are some small stamps that you can use to create backgrounds too or you can add them as a pattern to the arches of your rainbow as I've done here.

The sentiments also have coordinating dies making it super easy to cut them out and pop them over your rainbow.

The smaller stamps in the set fit perfectly in the Aperture Slimline Die. I love this die as there is so much you can do with it!

This was super simple to make and looks so cute with those little smiley faces!

Some simple die cutting and our Iridescent Rain Drops finish it off nicely!

While we're talking about the Rain Drops! Great news they are back in stock!! Woop! But numbers are limited so be quick! We also have restocked the Clear Drops which also super popular so if you've been hankering after some grab them now.
Finally I need to let you know about some new colours in our Enamel Drops which are ideal for your summer creations. I will link them all below for you to check out!

Don't forget to watch the video to find out how you can win one of the cards I made below. I made these while I was on Create & Craft TV this week and they are from our Christmas In July Collection. This collection is exclusive to Create & Craft until the 8th August.

Enjoy the video and have a great weekend guys!

Crafty Hugs

Wednesday, 29 July 2020

Welcome Little one!

Hello everyone!
It's DT Anila at the blog today with a YouTube video tutorial for an adorable card using the new releases. 

Here's my card!!

Click here to check out the video on the YouTube.

All the products used for making the above card are listed along with the links in the video description on You Tube. 
If you wish to buy any of the products I have used here or any other T4TD products from their amazing range, remember to use my code T4TANILA10 and avail 10% extra off across the website. 

Happy Crafting!

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