Summer always makes makes me think of the beach, so I thought I'd create a beach party scene. I heat embossed my images on Bristol Smooth Surface cardstock, then watercolored them with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens. Once they were dry, I trimmed them out with the matching dies.
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Hello there! I'm so excited to be here for the June edition of Christy Gets Crafty with My Favorite Things! Today I'm showcasing the new set by Birdie Brown Friends with Fins. I don't know about you, but I am all about the sea-themed images for summer!
I love how many of the MFT sets work well together, so I also brought in images from Birdie Brown's Gill Friends and Beach Buds. I colored them all with Copic markers and trimmed them out with the matching dies.
To create my background, I sponged Distress Ink onto a piece of Bristol Smooth Surface Cardstock, using Peacock Feathers for the water and Mowed Lawn for the glow at the bottom. I cut down some Cement Gray Cardstock and created a window using one of the A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX Set 2 Die-namics. I heat embossed a sentiment, popped the frame up with foam tape, and added my images with foam tape as well.
I also finished off the inside, which you can check out in the video. Click below or head on over to the MFT YouTube Channel to watch! And don't forget to hit that thumbs up button and leave me a comment to let me know how I did with these amazing products. I hope you all have an incredible day! Thanks so much for watching!
Hey friends! Welcome to Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #54! This round is all about parties -- from invites, to favors, to decor. I decided to create a little treat container that would be perfect for a doggy birthday, or even just a little gift for your favorite four-legged friend.
I created my dog house favor by using the Milk Carton die, and decorated it using Say What? Pets and Critters at the Dog Park, with lots of accessories with the Scalloped Treat Box Spring House Add-on. The images were colored with Copics. I added a sentiment to the front and back and filled it with mini dog bones. There are so many ways to close this up, but since dogs are usually impatient when it comes to treats, I just went with a simple decorative paperclip. Easy on, easy off!
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