Hi, friends! Sorry it’s been a while since I shared a card making video tutorial. I’ve been working ahead on some upcoming projects so stay tuned!

In today’s video, I’m making a Lawn Fawn Christmas Reveal Wheel Card and I’m sharing my first thoughts on the Tim Holtz Travel Glass Media Mat! Curious? Make sure to watch the video below!

First, I stamped, colored and die cut several Lawn Fawn images. I used their newest Ho-Ho-Holidays Set, Yeti Or Not and an oldie but goodie, Holiday Helpers! πŸ˜„

πŸŽ…πŸ»β„οΈ Lawn Fawn HOLIDAY REVEAL WHEEL CARD & My FIRST THOUGHTS on the Tim Holtz Travel Glass Media Mat

For the snowy background, I used Tumbled Glass, Broken China and Faded Jeans Distress Oxide Ink Pads. I also used Lawn Fawn Liquid Stardust for shimmer. I did lots of die cutting on this card using the Village Border and Stitched Hillside Borders Die Cuts.

πŸŽ…πŸ»β„οΈ Lawn Fawn HOLIDAY REVEAL WHEEL CARD & My FIRST THOUGHTS on the Tim Holtz Travel Glass Media Mat

The Holiday Reveal Wheel Sentiments Stamp Set is really fun to decorate the wheel! I also used the Stitched Arc Frame Add-On to decorate the edge of the wheel piece.

πŸŽ…πŸ»β„οΈ Lawn Fawn HOLIDAY REVEAL WHEEL CARD & My FIRST THOUGHTS on the Tim Holtz Travel Glass Media Mat

Finally, I finished off the card with a Spectrum Noir Shimmer Pen, Tonic Studios Crystal Glaze and Nuvo Silver Crystals Glitter Drops. Such fun! ❄️

That’s it for now! Thanks for watching my video and for reading my blog post. Sending hugs! 😘

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Hello and welcome to Justine Hovey’s 50 Cards for 50K Video Hop celebrating 50,000 YouTube Subscribers! This hop is focussed on card making techniques. Over 50 card examples will be shown throughout the hop! Wow! 🀩

I decided to focus on Distress Ink Blending for my video. However, I’m also sharing tips and tricks on Copic Coloring and creating a Lawn Fawn Reveal Wheel Card. Make sure to watch the video below for more information! πŸ™‚

First, I stamped and colored images from the Spooky Village and Happy Howloween Stamp Sets from Lawn Fawn. These are such adorable Halloween stamp sets. πŸŽƒ

My FAVORITE CARD MAKING TECHNIQUE EVER! (Justine Hovey's 50 Cards for 50K Video Hop)

After creating the card front for my Reveal Wheel, I used Distress Oxide Ink Pads to make stunning gradient backgrounds. In the video, I share which colors I used to make each background.

My FAVORITE CARD MAKING TECHNIQUE EVER! (Justine Hovey's 50 Cards for 50K Video Hop)

There are different mediums to create backgrounds with Distress Ink. In the video I used inexpensive make-up brushes and Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tools. Both work great, but I prefer the make-up brushes because the are a teeny tiny bit easier to work with. 😊

My FAVORITE CARD MAKING TECHNIQUE EVER! (Justine Hovey's 50 Cards for 50K Video Hop)

To add sparkle to a card, I used a Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Pen and a coat of Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze. Finally, I added White Blizzard and Orange Soda Glitter Drops. I loooove the White Blizzard drops so much because they match with every single color!

Card making techniques

If you would like to learn more techniques, I recommend signing up for Justine’s Technique Resource Binder Class

Giveaway

Of course, there are prizes to be won! Justine is giving away five $50 gift certificates to Scrapbook.com or Ellen Hutson. These will be given out randomly throughout the hop so the more videos you watch and comment on, the better chances of winning.Β 

Video hop

Your next stop on the hop is Gerry! Simply click HERE to be taken to her video. Happy hopping! πŸ˜„

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Hello, friends! Sorry I haven’t shared a card in a while. The past couple of days I’ve been busy making cards for upcoming blog hops in October and of course I’ve also been job hunting! I’m still looking for a good job as a kindergarten teacher, but it’s not easy finding one.

Anyway, today I’m sharing a spooky Halloween Center Picture Window Card featuring Lawn Fawn products. I love mixing and matching Lawn Fawn products so much! 😍 Make sure to watch the video below to catch all of my tips and tricks.

I stamped and colored images from the Spooky Village Set from Lawn Fawn. I like how small these images are! It makes them perfect to use with their interactive dies.

Lawn Fawn Spooky Halloween Center Picture Window Card

For the inside of the Center Picture Window Card, I created a pretty Distress Oxide Ink blend with Carved Pumpkin, Picked Raspberry and Seedless Preserves. I splattered on some silver and black Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolors. πŸŽƒ

Lawn Fawn Spooky Halloween Center Picture Window Card

I assembled the Center Picture Window Card using the base set and also the add-on to create pretty stitched panels for the outside and inside of the card. This time I worked with the Spiffy Speckles Paper Pad from Lawn Fawn.

Lawn Fawn Spooky Halloween Center Picture Window Card

For extra sparkle, I went in with a Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Pen. The amount of sparkle this little pen gives you is insane! It’s my new favorite.

PS: I’m entering this card into the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 60: Create a Scene! It’s been a while since I entered a challenge. πŸ˜„

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

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Hi! I’m very lucky to have a friend who shares my passion for card making. Her name is Marika and we were in school together from Junior High until Senior High. πŸ˜„ We often get together to make a card! This time we wanted to get crafty with the Fall Kiddos Set from Sunny Studio and the Slide on Over Dies from Lawn Fawn for an interactive element.

Make sure to watch the video below for tips on how to create a slider card and how to create a beautiful autumn-inspired blended background with Distress Oxide Inks.

First, I stamped and colored images from the Fall Kiddos and Happy Harvest Stamp Sets. I used the coordinating dies to cut them out. Next, I created an autumn background with Distress Oxide Inks (Ripe Persimmon, Carved Pumpkin, Wild Honey and Fossilized Amber). These inks are simply a joy to work with!

Autumn Slider Card Feat. Sunny Studio Stamps & Distress Oxide Inks

After finishing my background, I used one of the dies from the Slide on Over Set from Lawn Fawn to create my slider element. It’s not hard at all to create a slider card. Simply create a frame with foam tape, remove the stickiness with kitchen flour (or baby powder!) and grab your penny. Easy!

Autumn Slider Card Feat. Sunny Studio Stamps & Distress Oxide Inks

Finally, I applied shimmer with a Wink of Stella Glitter Pen and Tonic Studios Nuvo Glitter Drops in Orange Soda and Honey Gold.

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

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