Monday, February 29, 2016
Chris here and today I am sharing this cute little gift box from Sin City Stamps. I started of with the gift box.Terri Sproul's Wish stamp set and Anime Fairies 2 Stamp Set with Tim Holtz Distress Ink.
I folded the card along the fold lines and folded the gift box, gluing along all the tabs except 1 (to leave room for filling :D) I topped off the gift box with some Sin City Stamps Ribbons and a Flat back embellishment. You can add any sentiment you would like to finish it off! Happy Creating!
Monday, February 22, 2016
Hi Chris here and today I am sharing this card I created using a "Ready Made" card base from Sin City Stamps! These make such stunning cards, but yet they are super easy. You can dress them up any way you like! For this card I started out with the card base and backed it with white card stock.
I added a quick stamped greeting using Terri Sproul's Wish Stamp Set and topped off the card with a Sin City Stamp's Diet Cut Flower and Butterfly Button.
Monday, February 15, 2016
I started with the amazing Heart Overlay from Sin City Stamps. I adhered the overlay over some glitter cardstock by Doodlebug. I replaced some of the punchouts back into the overlay and topped the card off with 2 die cut hearts! Hope you are inspired to get creating!
Monday, February 8, 2016
Chris here and today I am sharing this card I created using Sin City Stamps new overlays!
I started by creating a card base from a 5 1/2 x 11 inch piece of white card stock. I then cut a 5 1/2 inch square from Doodlebug Glitter Card stock.
I then added the scroll overlay over the gillter card stock. I did use Spray Adhesive to adhere the overlay since getting things to adhere to the glitter card stock can be difficult.
Sin City's Double edged Black Lace. I then added a paper doiley. I cut a greeting block from Authenique and wrapped twine around the block, tying on a heart key charm.
I then added some die cut flowers topped with jewels!
Here is the final project again!
Monday, February 1, 2016
Chris here and today I would LOVE to share with you this fun romantic card perfect for your valentine! To create this card I started with a Sin City Die Cut Tag. To dress up the tag I started by overlaying the tag with Sin City Stamps Stencil Pattern #2
I then stamped over the stencil with my Versamark ink and added Ranger Black Sparkle Embossing powder.
I then heat embossed the tag. I place my tag on a piece of patterned paper that was matted on black card stock. I added the LOVE die cut onto the tag. I then topped off the card with a paper rose and a die cut heart, and some Sin City Flat Back Embellishments.
Be sure to check out SIN CITY STAMPS for these and many more die cuts!!
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