Happy Monday, friends! Today I’m sharing a pirate themed Magic Picture Changer card featuring Lawn Fawn stamps and dies. And… I’m also showcasing my brand new film lighting (Daylight Lumi Task E35500 Lamp). Yay! 😄

Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks. Interested in the supplies I used in the video? Scroll all the way down for a linked supply list!

I created the Magic Picture Changer Card using the die cut set from Lawn Fawn. I also used the Add-On Set to create a nice frame. These kind of die cut sets are a great way to use up your patterned paper. I used the Spiffy Speckles Paper Pad and the Really Rainbow Scallops Paper Pad.

Pirate Themed MAGIC PICTURE CHANGER Feat. Lawn Fawn Stamps & Dies!

What I love the most about Lawn Fawn is the fact that all of their sets can be combined so easily! For this card I combined the Ahoy Matey, On the Beach and even the spring-themed Butterfly Kisses set all together.

Pirate Themed MAGIC PICTURE CHANGER Feat. Lawn Fawn Stamps & Dies!

For the sentiment, I used the Fancy Wavy Banner Die Cuts and the Wavy Sayings Stamp Set. This set comes with some really good greetings that you can use on any type of card. 🙂

Pirate Themed MAGIC PICTURE CHANGER Feat. Lawn Fawn Stamps & Dies!

To finish off the card, I added some sparkle with a Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen. You know how much I like this pen! I use it aaaaaall the time.

That’s it for now. Thank you so much for stopping by! Sending big hugs. ❤️

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Happy Monday, friends! I can’t believe my Summer Break is already halfway! 🙊 Eek! School starts again on September 2nd. I’m a kindergarten teacher, but finding a permanent, full-time job as a kindergarten teacher here in Belgium, can be so difficult. It’s a common issue here. However, I’m not giving up hope and I’m staying POSITIVE! 🍀

Today I’m creating an ocean inspired shaker card with the Sunshine & Friendship Set from My Favorite Things along with their Drink up the Sunshine Set. Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks.

First, I stamped, colored and die cut a bunch of images from the Sunshine & Friendship Set from My Favorite Things and the Drink up the Sunshine Set. I used a circle die to create a beautiful tropical foliage frame for my shaker.

Ocean Inspired Shaker Card with My Favorite Things Sunshine & Friendship Stamp Set

For the base of my shaker card, I used two layers of Fun Foam, Tonic Studios Deluxe Adhesive and a sheet of acetate.

Ocean Inspired Shaker Card with My Favorite Things Sunshine & Friendship Stamp Set

I filled up the shaker with a (discontinued) sequin shaker mix from Little Things from Lucy’s Cards. I’m linking to a similar one. 🙂 To finish off the card, I added sparkle with a Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen and of course a coat of Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze for extra gloss!

That’s it for now. Thank you so much for stopping by! Sending big hugs! 🥰😘

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Hi, friends! Today I’m a Guest Designer for my favorite crafty online store: Cloud9 Crafts. I decided to make two cards with amazing peacock stamps and dies from CarlijnDesign.

Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks on how to assemble these dies and on how to create no-mess glitter sentiments.

I assembled peacock feathers using the Pauwenveer Die Cut Set from CarlijnDesign. I love how realistic these dies look and they’re easy to assemble! 😄

REALISTIC Peacock Feathers Dies & More NO-MESS GLITTER Sentiments! (Cloud9 Crafts)

To create the no-mess glitter sentiments, I used Double Sided Adhesive Sheets and sprinkled on Treasure Chest and Garden Grove Pure Sheen Glitter from Tonic Studios.

REALISTIC Peacock Feathers Dies & More NO-MESS GLITTER Sentiments! (Cloud9 Crafts)

I used the Trots als een Pauw Stamp Set from CarlijnDesign to heat emboss sentiments using VersaMark and White Embossing Powder. To finish off the card, I used a Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen and a coat of Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze.

REALISTIC Peacock Feathers Dies & More NO-MESS GLITTER Sentiments! (Cloud9 Crafts)

That’s it for now! Thank you so much for stopping by. Sending big hugs! 🥰

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Hi, friends! Today I’m excited to be a Guest Designer for a Dutch brand: Jocelijne Design. 😄 She has lots of adorable and versatile die cuts available for purchase. I decided to work with Mermaid Little Suze!

Make sure to watch the video below for tips on how to die cut, assemble and CUSTOMIZE these adorable little mermaids. Scroll all the way down for a linked supply list!

I used a variety of colored card stock and patterned paper for these little mermaids. For the skin tones, I colored white card stock with Copic Sketch Markers. Feel free to use any type of marker you already have in your stash.

How To Die Cut, Assemble & Customize ADORABLE Mermaids! (Mermaid Little Suze - Jocelijne Design)

To create an ocean for my mermaids to swim in, I used the Stitched Simple Wavy Borders Die Cut Set from Lawn Fawn and Distress Inks (Mermaid Lagoon, Salty Ocean and Tumbled Glass). I added some water splatters to add more detail.

How To Die Cut, Assemble & Customize ADORABLE Mermaids! (Mermaid Little Suze - Jocelijne Design)

Finally, I finished off my card with a cute sentiment from CarlijnDesign. I used the Randwoorden: Feest Die Cut Set for my hooray greeting and for the mermaid sentiment I used their Water Praatjes Stamp Set. SO CUTE! 🥰

That’s it for now. Thank you so much for stopping by! Sending big hugs. Xo❤️

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