Teddy Bear Heart Card

Hey everyone!

Have you checked out our new releases yet? They are pretty spectacular if I do say so myself! LOL. Hop on over to the SP Facebook page and join in our release party posts for a chance to win some fun prizes. The super fun part happened Saturday night, but there is still some fun to be had over there 🙂

Also, we don’t have a Digi release this week because we had the big clear release! I will have a digi release next Monday like usual though.

So my project today is a Valentine’s Day card using our brand new Love Balloons Teddy stamp set. This set contains some of the most adorable sentiments!! Like the one I used on my card:


This card ended up quite large. This card would be perfect for a child because of that cute bear pun & bear shape!

I used my Silhouette Cameo & some Miss Kate Cuttables for this one. The heart shaped card was created from shapes in the I Toadally Love You set.

I just took the heart and sized it so the teddy bear would fit on it & then turned it into a card shape by welding two of the scallop heart shapes together. Then I attached another scallop heart shape to make the front of the card. I really love shaped cards so I was really proud when I figured out how to make one with my silhouette. I will do a tutorial on this someday soon.

The teddy bear was part of the Be Mine set.

I added some faux stitching around the heart shape to give it some more decoration.

Then I added some Stickles on the heart that the teddy bear is holding.

And finally, I attached the sentiment on a little banner shape.



That’s it for today, folks! I am going to try to have a project for you everyday this week, but I’m not making any promises. I do have a project for tomorrow though lol.

I have a GREAT giveaway coming up on Wednesday to help me celebrate ONE MILLION VISITORS! This is long overdue, but it is definitely worth the wait! See you soon 🙂

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Spooky Mummy Card

Hi everyone!Last week, I had such a great response to using my Silhouette Cameo in a video, that I decided to do it again this week. This project still kind of fits for Frugal Friday because I did use some kit club papers. I also have a Silhouette tutorial to go along with it.Let’s get started!




Here’s the video. Enjoy!

I used a cute little Mummy from Miss Kate Cuttables. Click here to see the file. The card base and tree silhouette layer are both from Miss Kate Cuttables too. I used the Halloween Icons file, duplicated the scallop square layer and welded them together to form the card base.

The flair I used is also from Miss Kate Cuttables flair collection through SP and Company: Candy Corn Flair.

The sentiment I used is from the Bold Sentiments II stamp set.

The polka dot patterned paper is from the Echo Park Tis the Season collection. There are still some sheets from this collection left in the store. It was included in the September SP Monthly Kit.

The twine is from The Twinery.

  • What kind of Silhouette tutorial do you want to see next?
  • What flair theme do you want to see next?
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Paint Fusion Card

Hi everyone! Yesterday was my day on the Crafter’s Companion blog so I bringing you a Paint Fusion project.

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The Paint Fusion stamps were designed to be used with paint, however, these stamps work beautifully with a number of coloring media! You know how I feel about making your crafts your own, so don’t limit yourself to just paint with these pretty stamps. You can use markers, watercolor pencils or crayons, colored pencils, paper piecing, if you can think it up, you can do it!

For my project, I decided to go traditional and use paint to color in my Paint Fusion images.  I stamped a bunch of images, and painted them. Then once the images were dry, I fussy cut around all the pieces.  I created this bunch of images on my shaped card.

The thing I love about these Flower Fusion stamps is that they can be mix and matched to create whatever flower scene you need. And you can even use them alone if you would like.

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Additional supplies used:
Hibiscus Burst cardstock from Papertrey Ink
New Leaf saddle stitch ribbon from Papertrey Ink
White cardstock from Bazzill
Acrylic Paints from Liquitex
Cricut Wild Card Cartridge

Patty’s got a cute little note card holder on the SP Stamps Blog so make sure to stop by and check out how she made it!


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