Video – Reveal wheel bugs!

Hi all! The video I made for you this week is this fun Reveal Wheel card! The Reveal Wheel is a fun die from Lawn Fawn with many add-ons and creative possibilities.

I made a rather simple card to focus on the mechanism and how to be creative with it.

For this card, I flipped the whole panel so the Reveal Wheel part is on the bottom. I cut a circle out of the jar so the wheel becomes part of the image.

Also, I show you how to easily make the part where you spin the wheel a different color from the contents of the wheel!

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.

Video – Back to school!

Hello everybody! I’m hoping you have an amazing week ahead. To start off good, I have a new video for you where I make a back to school card featuring the ‘Den Sweet Den’ set from the new Lawn Fawn release.

My husband came up with the card design and when he was done telling me what his vision was, I told him that it would fit in perfectly for the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge!

It’s a very simple card to make with only a few steps, so it’s perfect when you want to do something easy.

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.

Video – Fall is here!

Oh my, how is it already September? Officially fall starts a little later this month, but here in The Netherlands the weather switched from extremely warm to way cooler already. Also, I’m seeing mushrooms in the forest when I walk the dog so it just feels like fall already.

Therefore I was ready to do a fall card! I recently got the dies for ‘Happy Harvest’ from Lawn Fawn (are you sensing the theme of me slowly completing my coordinating die collection?) and the scarecrow is one of my favorites so I wanted to include him in the card for sure!

Also, I love love love frames on cards. But somehow, I always forget that I have some frame dies. So went for that with this card too!

A few years ago I bought two of the same paper pads which in the end ended up not being my favorite, because the papers turned out way to busy on my cards. When I went through my paper stash I saw the paper pad again and I suddenly thought; what if I would cover it up with vellum?
And guess what. That works like a charm! Definitely going to try that more often.

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.

Video – Dragon treasure

Hi all! I’m back with this fun dragon treasure card!

I had the ‘Critters Ever After’ in my stash for a while now. But I didn’t have the dies till recently. Physically it hurts me when I have to fussy cut so I try to prevent that. So of course, when I got the dies I just had to make a card using my favorite of the set; the dragon!

I wanted to create a cave where the dragon would guard the treasure. I started out with gathering some images for the treasures. I decided to stamp those in the color I’m using to coloring it in, to make them look more special.

Then I blended a background and made the hill, but I was missing the feel of the dragon being in a cave. I was discussing with my husband how I could achieve it. By going through my stash, we came to the conclusion I just needed to make a ceiling from the cave!

In the video and on the photo’s you don’t fully see how much shine there is on the card, but you have to believe me (and try it out yourself!) how stunning it is.

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.