Hey there Joy Clair friends! It's Kerry here and I'm back to share a playful little card featuring the Turkey Talk set. This fun set has so many funny little sentiments that make me chuckle! I selected "Feast Mode" for this project. I played around with the layout just a bit to make it a whimsical and fun card, perfect for a hip friend or family member.
After stamping the turkey onto the orange cardstock, I added some color with Copic markers and did a bit of doodling around the image so that I could hand-cut a tag...No diecuts necessary!
After creating the tag, I used the same doodly technique to trace around the border of my card. I snipped the top edge to help mimic the "tag" design. This simple design is pretty easy to duplicate and I plan on making several more of these to send out to friends and family. Mixing and matching the sentiments will be so fun and make each card unique and special! :)
It's Donna here and I am sharing a Thanksgiving card I created with Joy Clair Stamps called "Turkey Talk"? I love how the turkey is pointing at himself and you can use different sentiments in the middle section.
Joy Clair stamps has a new challenge this month! As always it is "anything goes" but the design team has an inspirational photo. I hope you will join, the challenge runs all month and one lucky person has the opportunity to win a $25 gift card to the Joy Clair store. You can find all the details here.
Here is my card I created and how I put it together for your inspiration.
My card is an A2 card, I cut a two layers and adhered them to my card, I die cut the center layer from a square stitched die and adhered it to my card. I stamped the image and cut it with my scan and cut and colored it with copics. I stamped the image again and fizzy cut the center out and stamped my sentiment. I used foam tape to pop the sentiment on the turkey.
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Hi!! Jenny from Jen's Crafty Place here with today's post. I used two new sets from the fall release, "Living Water" and "Thankful and Blessed". These two sets have a lot of potential. They are great for fall, manly cards, reflection cards or scrapbooking and Bible journaling. I decided to make a card that can be used for a male or for any fall event.
I stamped my images from "Living Water" onto some watercolor paper and then painted them with water and my Tombow markers. I added water to the edges of my paper and tore them to add some texture.
After the paint dried, I cut around the deer image and tore the bottom to add texture to that embellishment.
I took some brown or natural colored paper and trimmed it down to 4 x 5.25 inch and ran it though my Sizzix Big Kick with a leaf embossing folder to add more texture and contribute to my fall theme. I added it to an A2 card-base with a black card front. I used glue to adhere the watercolor background to the leaf base, leaf base to the black cardstock and black cardstock to the card base. I used pop up adhesive dots to adhere the deer over my painted background to bring him to the foreground. To finish off my card, I cut some pumpkin colored paper into a banner and stamped the word, "Grateful". I used the word stamp from the "Thankful and Blessed" stamp set. I added a button with some bakers twine to fill up the space and add some more interest.
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Hello everyone... Helen is here. Thanksgiving Day is less dan a month from today. We have Fall/Thanksgiving decoration out and enjoying the Fall weather. We give thanks to the LORD for creating this season!
And today, I have a CAS - Thanksgiving card to share with you all that I created using the new released Color By Faith Stamp Set called Thankful and Blessed, and also the Broken Brick Background Stamp.
First, to create the background I stamped the Broken Brick Background Stamp on a white cardstock using Mini MISTI and with Iced Spruce Oxide Ink. After stamping, I added some of the ink on the craft mat, and picked up with wet fan brush and sprinkled some on the cardstock. I dried the background panel, then I trimmed it into 4" x 5.25", and I added it on the A2 card (4.25" x 5.5") with dries-clead adhesive glue.
I stamped the sentiment on a white cardstock with VersaFine Clair Acorn and VersaFine Clair Summertime using Mini MISTI. I stamped the sentiment bit to the right side more to give the left side some room for the sunflower later. And then, I trimmed it into a banner pennant. I added it on the card with 3D foam tape.
I stamped the sunflower on a white cardstock with CP Midnight Ink Pad and then I colored it with ShinHan Twin Touch alcohol markers. After that, I fussy cut it with micro-tip scissors.
I colored along side of the flower with Micron Brush Black Pen for finishing touch on the flower. And then I added it on the sentiment banner pennant with dries-clear adhesive.
I embellished the card with some of the clear-holographic sequins I have in my stash using dries-clear adhesive glue.
That is my CAS - Thanksgiving card to share with you all today. I hope you all like it and inspire you to create with Joy Clair stamps. Thank you so much for stopping by!
Have you ever seen those shiny foil papers and thought, "how pretty, but I'm not sure I can do that?" Well guess what? I got the chance to try them out and overcame my fear of trying something new, and it was SO easy! Joy Clair has teamed up with Therm O Web to teach you and inspire you. Today I'm showing you how to create a modern fall card using a sentiment from the newest Joy Clair Thankful and Blessed stamp set along with the Deco Foil Pumpkin Patch toner sheets and gold foil.
Start by using a stitched rectangle die cut. Cut out one large black sheet, the next size down black and white stripe paper and same size using the Deco Foil Pumpkin Patch toner sheets.
Creating your foil sheet - Since I'm completely new to foils, I decided to do some research and learned that you can simply use any kind of laminator. I picked one up fairly cheap on Amazon. To apply the foil, cut a sheet of Deco Foil a little larger than the size of your toner sheet. Fold a sheet of printer paper in half, place a scrap piece of cardstock down for reinforcement, then place your toner sheet (dull side up) with the foil (color side up), and finally close the flap of the printer paper. Carefully guide your paper through the laminator with the seam side first. Once it comes out the other side, remove the foil sheet to expose your design. It IS that simple.
Next, take your sentiment from the Joy Clair Thankful and Blessed stamp set, stamp it on a sheet of white cardstock using black ink. Then, take one of the gold Deco Frames, trim your sentiment to fit, and adhere together.
Lastly, assemble your card by layering the black sheet on the bottom, the striped, the pumpkins, and then the framed sentiment. For a final touch, I added a few orange enamel dots.
I hope you "FALL" in love with Therm O Web foils and Joy Clair stamps just as much as I did. They are so easy to use and there are so many wonderful products available. Check them out and share your Therm O Web and Joy Clair stamp projects with us!
Hello everyone... Helen is here. This is an exciting week at Joy Clair because we are teaming up with Therm O Web to share projects using products from both companies. And today... I have 3 projects to share with you all.
On my first two (2) cards today I use two of the Color By Faith Bible Journaling Stamp Sets, Living Water and Heartfelt Sympathy together with these products form Therm O Web: Deco Foil Clear Toner Sheets, Deco Foil Toner Sheet, Gina K. Designs Fancy Foils, and Gold Glitter Dust Photo Frame Assortment. And... I tell you.. they are so much fun to create with!!!
For the backgrounds, I use both Endless Leaves Clear Toner Sheet and Toner Sheet. First, I added one of the Dazzling Orange Fancy Foil Sheets on the matte side of the clear toner sheet and run it through my laminating sheet with the carrier paper.
And then after peeling off the foil sheet... I saw the negative is also so beautiful... So, I added it on a piece of the Toner Sheet and run it through the laminating machine again... and ta-da! Another foiled background! Super cool.
I used the foiled clear sheet on this first card. I trimmed it slightly smaller than the card base. I used dries-clear adhesive to add the acetate plastic on the card.
I stamped the sentiment from the Living Water stamp set with VersaFine Clair Nocturne on a white cardstock using Mini MISTI. I added one of the Gold Glitter Dust Photo Frames. I trimmed the extra white cardstock, then wrapped some of the natural burlap twine around the frame, and added it on the card with 3D Foam Tape.
I stamped the deer twice on a watercolor paper with VersaFine Onyx Black and colored them with Leisure Arts Watercolor Pencils and waterbrush. I dried it with craft heater and then fussy cut them with micro tip scissors. I added on of them on the card with dries-clear adhesive and 3D foam tape.
On my second card, I use the foiled toner sheet. I cut it using one of the Elegant Stitched Dot Edge Dies. I added the burlap sheet first on the card with dries-clear adhesive glue. I wrapped the foiled sheet with natural burlap twine and then I added it on the card with the same adhesive glue.
I stamped the sentiment on a white cardstock using Mini MISTI with VersaFine Clair Pinecone Ink Pad. I trimmed the cardstock into a sentiment banner and I added it on the card with adhesive glue.
I added the other watercolored deer on this card with dries-clear adhesive.
First, I added some of the Deco Foil Liquid Adhesive on the stamp using make up sponge, then I stamped it on the watercolor paper with Mini MISTI. After that, I added the Gold Transfer Sheet on top of the glue, using my bone folder, I press the foil on the glue. I repeat the step for bold result. This is where Mini MISTI comes handy!
After stamping and foiling the sentiment, I added clean water all over the watercolor paper, and then I added the watercolor paint. I dried the watercolor paint with craft heater. The gold foil resist the watercolor paint.
I added some splatters using white acrylic paint, Metallic Finetec Gold Palatte paints, and Deco Foil Gold Transfer Sheet. To add the gold foil transfer sheet on the card, I used the Deco Foil Adhesive Pen to add some dots randomly on the background panel and then added the Gold Transfer Sheet on each dot. I added the finished background on a white card with adhesive glue.
For the angels, I stamped them using the same step I did with the sentiment. After stamping and foiling, I colored them with Metallic Finetec Gold Palatte paints, dried them with craft heater, and fussy cut them with micro-tip scissors. I added the angles on the card with 3D foam tape.
Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you all enjoy the post and be inspired. Have wonderful day!
Hello all Monica here and it's my turn to share a card I made using Therm-O-Web products and Joy Clair stamps! First I want to say how excited I was for this collaboration, I've been a little "sacred" to play with the foil since I don't have a laminating machine and been worried I'd ruin the foil. I've a roll or two in my stash that I got on sale, but this collab forced me to get over the fear and give it a try. I love it... I still need to practice with it a little more, but the possibilities are awesome!!!
I decided to do an easier way to get the foil attached to my die cuts, stick it! I have some double sided sticker sheets in my stash and used those. I attached the tape sheet to some cardstock and ran them through my BigKick with some leaf dies to cut my shapes. I dislodged the shapes from the paper, pulled off the backing paper and randomly added the foil to the leaves.
I then die cut an oval shape and stamped one of the Turkeys from Turkey Talk. How fun is this set with the sentiments! I used copics to color him and after he was colored I decided on which phrase from the set that I wanted to use. I originally thought I'd layer this on a blue cardbase that coordinated with the sign and hat band, but didn't like how the leaves looked on it, so I changed to white. I adhered the colored panel on the base with foam tape, so that I could glue the leaves around it, spaced as evenly as I could, trying to frame the main image.
I made two cards for today - using the foil without any heat. So if you don't have a laminator or a Minc or Mini Minc, and you have alcohol ink you can still use the foil for some really cool looks! Here's my first card:
I used a large portion for my first card as the background field for the tractor and rows of corn.
I stamped and colored several corn stalks and cut some out along with the tractor. I stamped the windmill in the background and then added the tractor and another row of corn stalks to make it look like the tractor was between rows of corn.
Lastly I stamped the sentiment from the same set. I just love this set because the images are so cute and you can create a lot of different scenes with it.
Here's another look at my card:
Now for my 2nd card
I decided to use the left over pieces of inked/foiled Yupo paper to cut 3 trees with Impression Obsession dies. I cut the main trees from the left over Yupo paper and used the fancier dies on solid black card stock.
Then I adhered them together.
I stamped the sentiment from the newly released Joy Clair Vintage Ornaments stamp set.
I cut stars with a 2 different sizes of star dies from MFT and added them to the top of the trees.
Here's a view up close so you can see the shine of the foil on the trees.