When you are finished using your Dazzles outline stickers, don’t throw the sheet away! The “innies” of the designs you already used are gorgeous! You can easily use them on your next project! All you need is a transfer sheet, Popsicle stick or something similar like a credit card from your junk mail, some scissors and you’re set!
When I hear the word scrapbook stickers, I always conjure up images of a flat embellishment that works ok for filling up space, but is not usually the focal point in your project.
This is however not true of Stacked Dazzle Stickers. They come in silver or gold and they are beautiful and intricate designs that easily can become the focal point of your project and don’t involve a lot of work on your part. On the picture above, you can see on the inside if the card that I printed a greeting on left over paper from the outside of the card, then used stickers from the same sheet for the corners. See how easy Stacked Dazzles are to use below!
The autumn leaves drift by my window, the autumn leaves of red and gold….remember that old song from years ago? Well, our leaves aren’t pretty colors yet, but they sure are starting to fall! So because fall is almost upon us, here’s a fun and easy fall leaf card for you to try!
As long as you have leaf die cuts or stickers to mat onto brown paper, some scissors to cut them out, you’re pretty well set! You can pretty up the card with a swirly stamp and gold embossing powder too.
Hopefully you got to make some of the fun paper roses that I had on last week. If you missed the tutorial, you can get to it here: Making Paper Roses
So I thought maybe you would like an idea for a simple card using the roses :). I think I’m addicted to making them now! I had a piano student start back last week and her 1st lesson back was on her birthday! So I quickly made this card for her. Hint: if you need an extra-special touch for your roses, try some Glimmer Mist or maybe a few dots of stickles!
If you’re like me, you see a cute jar of flowers on sale and get, not realizing that it’s kind of hard to use up hundreds of small flowers, especially when they are all in the same or almost the same color!
A year or so ago, there was a neat blog written on how to use your scrapbooking flowers to make beautiful rosettes. I thought it looked neat, but never tried it, then that same post was unearthed recently and I finally decided to give them a try!