Hello from design team member, Heidi. I know this sweet stamp makes a very cute Valentine, and maybe that is the first reason you will purchase it, but I also wanted to show you how to stretch your stash by making a birthday card for a young person.
This card was easy to make. I stamped first onto patterned paper and then again onto white cardstock. I did some paper piecing by carefully trimming out the dog and adhering him right down onto the patterned paper. I added a touch of color to the dog and some blue stickles glitter glue to the hearts.
The background was made with star shaped metal dies. I used the embossing sandwich with my die-cutting machine so the star shape would show up, but not cut through the cardstock. I liked the pattern I could make without too much busy-ness.
I hope you are getting in some crafty time. When you have your Valentine stamps out, keep in mind that they might work well for other occasions too! Have a great day!
Hi guys! Jen here with a really clean and classic card that would fit so many occasions. I always feel a little lost when it comes to making cards in January. I'm not sure if it's because I am still burnout from all the holiday cards or perhaps it's simply because there are no solid card holidays in this month. Who knows. Recently I have realized that January is a great month to make all of those miscellaneous cards, or perhaps to build up your stash for the long year ahead. Well again, today's card is very clean and really focuses on the beauty of these JFF stamps.
This card is made from a black base and features the American Beauties stamp. This stamp is large, gorgeous, and totally in charge! As with most JFF stamps you can really view all of those beautiful details that set our stamps apart from the rest. This stamp would have looked equally as nice if I decided to color it in, however for this card I wanted to keep it simple.
For the card I used a black base with a white base title on top. I stamped the image straight onto the white paper, using a black ink. I then topped off the card with some marbled gems and a grey toned sentiment. Another option for the sentiment would be to white emboss one of our sentiment stamps onto black cardstock. As always play around with your designs and see what works best for you.
Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed this clean card. If you are interested in this stamp make sure to head on over and check it out (right now it's 40% off!!)
Hi! It is designer April here. I hope you are having a good day. Here is a thank you card I made using the Stamptangle Stacked Tea Cups. I love these stamptangle stamps because there are so many ways to color and use them. I colored this image using Zig watercolor markers. You may need to have some thank you cards ready for those Christmas gifts you received so I hope I can give you some inspiration.
I cut out the image using a Spellbinders Oval die and adhered it to swirl patterned paper. This was matted on orange card stock and then to the white card base. I used a punch for the border at the side. The saying on the tag is from the Sentiments 1 unmounted sheet. I also added white Liquid Applique on the mugs and on the steam and then applied clear stickles glitter over it.
We also have a challenge going on here at Just For Fun. We would love to have you join in and you might even win a gift certificate to the store!
Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!
It's been a cold start to 2018 so I thought this would be a fun card to welcome in the new year! This card ties in with our challenge this month of Blue, Purple and Silver... have you entered yet? You just might be the lucky winner!!
We hope everyone had a great Holiday Season and we wish you all a very Happy, Healthy and Prosperous 2018!
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Thank you for all your support in 2017! Just For Fun
It's Mardi Gras season! Parades, balls, parties and King Cake! I'm in the process of taking down Christmas and putting out the Mardi Gras bling and the colors for this month's theme challenge are perfect for Carnival season! You gotta have the right shoes to go with that ball gown, right?!
Hi ya Just For Fun fans! It's freezing up here in Minnesota and we've got snow, ice and well below zero windchills. School started today and I am getting back into the swing of things. Today I am re-sharing with you a"zentangle" inspired card featuring cat images that are super cute!
I just LOVE this stamp. It is called Stamptangle Cats and you can find it here in the JFFRS store. I created the window scene and decided to add a little wallpaper around the frame to give the scene a more realistic feel.
I also decided to make each cat different just to showcase the many ways you can color these fun stamps.
Have you joined in on our monthly challenge? Check it out HERE and stop by the blog everyday for fresh inspiration!
Hello from designer, Heidi. I have been having fun with Just for Fun’s great silhouette stamps! Here is a card where I used the Skyline Silhouette from the newest release.
First, I created the background by sponging regular distress inks onto watercolor paper. I spritzed it with water droplets. When it dried, I added stars with a white gel pen. After that was done, I could heat emboss the Cityscape over top.
The saying is a fun and different one that I love. It can be found in the store here.
Have a great day! I hope you will have time to leave a comment so we will know you were here.
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Christmas from Just For Fun.This is
such a special time of the year and for most of us, we really hope to see snow
on Christmas day.This is pretty rare in
the south.This card is for those of you
who have been dreaming of a white Christmas.
background is using Color Bursts and the Galaxy Technique.I used Indigo, Ultramarine Blue, Merlot, and
Yellow Ochre on watercolor paper.After
adding the water droplets to the background, I splattered it with a little
Platinum Liquid Metals. This gave a
great shimmer to some spots which sadly does not show up in the pictures.
new Silhouette Pines image, along with the Joy To The World from the Sentiments 1 Unmounted Sheet, were stamped with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with
detail white powder.To me this looked
like a snow scene with the northern lights in the background.
you have snow or not, cold or warm, we hope today is extra special for each of