Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Thank You!

Hello again, my crafty friends!! I have an amazing card project for you all today featuring gorgeous stencils and color from our Xyron partner, Clearsnap.

Supplies Used 
Mega Runner (Xyron)
Cream Cardstock- Black, White, Cream Stack (DCWV Inc.)
Natural Corrugate (DCWV Inc.)
Patterned Paper- Maps, Textiles, & Ledgers Stack (DCWV Inc.)
Assorted Flowers, Stems, & Leaves (Prima, Petaloo)
Wooden Frame Ornament (Celebrate It)
Metal Sticker Embellishment (Momenta)
Crinkled Ribbon
Glossy Accents (Ranger)
Distressing Tool
Paper Trimmer

Today, I will show you how you too can make this gorgeous card!!

 I started by cutting a piece of cream colored cardstock to 4.25"x 5.5".
Then, placed it under the Cobblestone Art Screen.

Using a pouncing motion, I lightly applied the ink onto my cardstock. I stenciled the entire A2 (5.5"x 4.25") sized card front. The pouncing motion helps avoid harsh lines.

I cut a piece of patterned paper to 3.25" x 4.5". I also cut corrugated paper 3.5"x 4.75" to mat my patterned paper.

Then distressed and inked the edges using Peony and Eggplant Pigment inks.

Once dried, I ran both pieces through the Xyron Creative Station and set them aside.

Meanwhile, I took a wooden ornament and spritzed it down with Pinkolicious Spritzer spray. This color is usually a vibrant pink. But because I didn't prime my surface and left it it's natural wood color, it turn the pink into a deep magenta, almost maroon. GORGEOUS!!

I gave it a few spritzes and zapped it with my heat tool to speed up drying time.

With all my pieces prepped, I assembled my card. 

I made an A2 card by first cutting a piece of cardstock to 4.25"x 11". Then I folded it in half so to measure a  4.25"x 5.5" card. Then attached my matted card front (aka, patterned paper and corrugated mat).

Then with some liquid adhesive I attached and centered my wooden frame.
With more adhesive I attached the beaded stem.
Then attached the crinkled ribbon bow.
Then attached my flowers and metal embellishment and set aside to dry.

And here is my finished card...

 I have fallen in love with this card. The deep pinks and purple are so charming together... especially paired wit the mossy greens!! 

I hope you enjoyed this project as much as I did!!

Until next time...

~ Mitsy


  1. Oh My-Lanta!!! This is soooo BEAUTIFUL Mitsy! LOVE how pretty that frame is! :)

    Theresa’s Crafty Creations

    1. Thank you so so much, Theresa!! And girl, you can get those frames from Michael's!! I found them in the Christmas section next to the DIY acrylic ornaments!!I need to go back and get me a few more!! LOL

  2. This is beautiful. Love your tutorial! I pinned of course.

    1. Awwww!! Thank you my sweet friend!! You are so good to me!! Thank you so much for sharing too!!