Technique Tuesday National Scrapbook Day Blog Hop

Technique Tuesday National Scrapbook Day Blog Hop

Hello there, welcome to the Technique Tuesday National Scrapbook Day Blog Hop! If you’re here you should have arrived here from Nathalie DeSousa 's Blog. As I’m your second stop in the lineup list, that being said let’s get into the details. As you might know Saturday May 4th is National Scrapbook Day in honor to this crafty holiday Technique Tuesday is giving away FREE stamp sets and dies. AND… here’s the best news, as you get to choose which FREE set of stamps or dies you get. So, here’s how to claim your FREEBIE:
— Go to Technique’s Tuesday website, and put $30.00 of other products in your cart.
— Go to the FREE National Scrapbook Day 2019 category on the Technique Tuesday website, choose your stamp set or die set, and add it to your cart.
— When you check out, enter the coupon code: NSD2019
— Your charges from your FREEBIE will be removed from your order.
But hurry as this special offer ends Sunday, May 5th at Midnight!
So, without further ado keep on reading the tutorial, as I’ve made inspiration cards for you. Also, down below you’ll find the full lineup list for you to continue hopping along with us. ↓


For the first example I used Crosses Crafting Dies to cut the crosses out of white card stock. This die does a partial cut,so I aligned the die in the middle of the white card panel leaving the bottom part in white. Then I completed the card panel by adhering the backed of it to an alcohol pearl inked background that I had in Blue tones.


Once, both pieces were adhered I cut a thin strip of gold card stock, and I adhered it right in the center to cover the joined pieces. As for the sentiment I used the Lords word die that comes with the Crosses Crafting Dies out of white card stock, however I fussy cut the S out of it. To complement the die cutting I gold heat embossed part of one of the sentiments from the Lots of Love Sentiments Stamp Set


Keeping it up with the same idea I made a second card, however for this card I used distress oxides, and a cloud edges stencil to create the clouds for the sky.


For the sentiment I used one of the labels from the Essential Stitched Labels Crafting Dies to cut out white card stock, then I gold heat embossed a sentiment from the God is Good Stamp Set


To finish the cards off I adhered with foam mounting tape each of the panels to the A2 standard size white side folding cards bases that I had previously scored, and folded in half.
And, as a finishing touch I adhered come crystal clear sequins here and there for a sparkly touch.


For the second example I used the Kind Cosmo Stamp Set & Die Set So, to begin with I white heat embossed the flowers on vellum for a subtle look. Then, I used the coordinated die to cut them out of the the vellum. In the mean time, I gold heat embossed in a piece of white card stock one of the sentiments from You Aren’t Normal Stamp Set Once, the heat embossing was done I used one of the Oval & Rectangle Stitched Label Crafting Dies to die cut the sentiment out of the white card stock.


To keeping it up with the last card, I gold heat embossed the same flowers in a white card stock piece. Then, I used its coordinated die to cut it out from the white card stock. As, for the sentiment I gold heat embossed another sentiments from the same You Aren’t Normal Stamp Set in a piece of white card stock. Soon after the heat embossing was done I used the same label from Essential Stitched Labels Crafting Dies to die cut the sentiment out of the white card stock.


Finally, to complete the card panels I adhered each of the flowers to an alcohol inked piece. The white embossed flowers I adhered it directly to the inked piece with liquid glue that dries clear, and the gold embossed one I decided to add a little bit of dimension by adding a piece of fun foam that I die cut it using its coordinated. Right after the flowers were adhered I also adhere the sentiments to the card panels with foam mounting tape. And, as finishing touch I added a color combination of sequins to the center of the flowers.


To finish this cards off I adhered each of the inked layers to a stitched white card panel, which soon after I adhered it to an A2 standard size white side folding card.

Here’s the Blog Hop line up list for you to join, and hop along ↓

Blog hop lineup

Nathalie DeSousa 
Yasmin Diaz ( YOU ARE HERE)
Allison Arbour (YOUR NEXT STOP IS)
Norine Borys 
Dana Kirby 
Kymona Tracey 
Emily Leiphart 
Latisha Yoast
Jung AhSang 
Ana Anderson 
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I am creating this blog with the purpose of sharing how I design my cards, the information provided here is base in my own opinion and creativity. I am not an expert by any means, and I only share the way that I design my cards. All of the products used for this blog post were personally purchased by me. However, I did received the Stamp & Crafting die by Technique Tuesday, as I’m taking part of the Technique National Scrapbook Day celebration, as well as some of the products by WOW! Embossing Powder. Please know that all of the referral links were added for you to know from where I purchased or received the items from. The products shared, and mentioned in my blog posts are simply because I use, and truly love them.