I purchased a Scan N Cut2 a few years ago. My main goal was to save money and space by not having to buy dies. I have learned so many things that I can create, and with the world of svg files out there, the sky is the limit. I can do so much with the machine.
There are three sites that have helped me learn the Scan N Cut, The Papered Chef, Alanda Crafts and Jennifer Brodie (search for ScanNCut, DesignNCut, CanvasWorkspace, Tips and Materials with Jennifer).
Here is my box:
Here is how it opens:
I used a FREE cut file from Dreaming Tree. There are so many possibilities with this triangular shaped box. You can use it for any occasion and it is so easy to put together (especially with the step by step you tube videos). Use other themed papers, cardstock and stamped images to customize it to fit any occasion.
Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check out the challenge.
I love outline stickers and used the negative space of this sticker (Elizabeth Craft Designs) to create the focal point of my card. I used transfer tape to take off the negative space and applied it to an embossed piece of cardstock (Cuttlebug Embossing Folder no longer available). The additional stickers are all outline stickers. Loved how this card came together with all supplies in my stash.
Can you believe it is 2020? I can’t. The older I get the faster time flies. This past year I was introduced to two more grandchildren (5 now). It is a very exciting time for my husband and I. We have Jackson (13), Julianna (10), Landon (3), Weston (9 months) and Julius (3 months).
The current challenge over at Stinkin Inkers for January 2020 is “Staying Warm”. Anything related to staying warm over the winter: hats, coats, sweaters, hot beverages, blankets, mittens, etc.
Here is my card:
I used a discontinued stamp set from Sweet N Sassy to create my card.
Stinkin Inkers is hooking up with Double Trouble Paper Crafting Challenge (click on the link to find out the particulars). Double Trouble Challenges are fun and innovative as they try to combine other challenges with theirs. It gives us more reasons to be creative.
Please check out my About Me page to see how I donate cards to worthy causes. My number one is Send A Smile 4 Kids, followed by 2 Veterans Homes in PA, Smiles for Seniors, Inc. and Soldiers Angels through Scrapping for Soldiers. You can donate to any of these charities or you can send me your cards and I will add them to the boxes I am getting ready to mail to these organizations. Just email me and I will give you the information.
This is the last challenge for 2019 over at Stinkin Inkers. “Things That Sparkle” use gems, glitter, foil, etc, on your project.
For this card I pulled out gold foiled and silver foiled outline stickers. I attached these three gold poinsettias to Micro Fine Glitter Paper and colored them in using Copic Markers. I also had (only two) holly leaves on hand and did the same process for those. I stamped the Merry Christmas sentiment. I attached all the outline stickers to a piece of card stock (red dots) and then attached the red dots to DCWV Fine Gitter card stock and then attached that to a card base. I added a fine line of the green DCWV glittered cardstock above the Merry Christmas sentiment to bring attention to the sentiment.
Looking forward to seeing your entries on our challenge page.
If you are cardmaker and have a surplus of cards because you just love making cards (like me), or you would like to know where to send them, please go to my “All About Me” page and check out the different places I send my cards to.
Thanks for stopping by. Be Blessed and have a great week.
Please join us over at the Stinkin Inkers Febraruy 2019 Challenge “Baby It’s Cold Outside” (Cocoa, sweaters, mittens, quilts). I used Sweet and Sassy’s stamp set (Winnie’s Warm Winter Wishes) to create my card. It is on the clean and simple side as there is a lot of white space and was simple to create.
Thanks so much for stopping by and be sure to upload your creation to our fun challenge.