Friday, June 17, 2022

Demo Day to Go at Photo Scraps!

 

Hi all! Just wanted to pop in to let you know that I will have two
card kits available for purchase tomorrow at Photo Scraps in
Eldersburg, Maryland!
Here are the cards I've made:


The brick layer uses a stencil from My Favorite Things, along
with the showstopper mug of beer. I've used a
DecoArt Snow Writer to create the foam. So fun!
That background paper is custom paper by Tracy. She has created
some amazing papers for sale in the store. Go see for yourself!


Everything is stamped, ink blended, and cut to size. All you
have to do is assemble yourself using your 
choice of adhesives.
This is a very versatile card. You can use it for a birthday,
congratulations, Father's Day. It's all up to you!

Here's my second card:


Just look at that bear! So adorable!


You can color the image however you like, but these are
the Spectrum Noir markers I've used for this card:


If you are in the MD, DC, VA, PA area, why not make a trip to check out
these and all the other amazing kits available for sale at 
Photo Scraps! Help support a local small business!

Thanks for visiting. I hope that you have a great day!



Supplies used on the beer mug card:
Stamps: Avery Elle - Happy Hour (retired)
Ink: Ranger DI - Fired Brick, Aged Mahogany, Scattered Straw, Mustard Seed, Rusty Hinge; Versamark
DP: custom beer bottle paper by Tracy Beck
Accessories: MFT - Frosty Beer Mug die, Small Brick Wall stencil; DecoArt - Snow Writer
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares

Supplies used on the wheelie bear card:
Stamps: Sunny Studio - Critters On the Go
DP: Photo Play Snail Mail: Mahalo #SML2865; Lawn Fawn Knock on Wood: Dining Chair #LF1508
Accessories: Sunny Studio - Stitched Semi Circle die; Lawn Fawn - Scalloped Rectangle die
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner



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