Saturday, October 25, 2014

Linnie Blooms Shabbylicious Mixed Stitch Kit Club

Welcome to 1 of my DT previous  reveals for the Linnie Blooms 
- Shabbylicous Mixed Stitched Kit Club.
Above is the amazing contents of the kit.
AND below are the projects I made using the kit.

Here is my finished Layout and below I'll share some of the details to making it.

Starting with a white background I mask the clock using the Versa Magic dew drop chalk ink
Below the clock I used an embossing file that I put ink on and just pressed down on the paper.
Then using the dew drop shape of the chalk ink pad I randomly inked the petals to form a flower.
In this section you also see the fun Key tied with ribbon.

In this section I hand cut the chevron shapes which I doodle stitched using Staedtler black ink pen.
Lots of fun layers of paper from the 6x6 paper pad. 
Also a layer from the ...  stencils pieces (stars and baby)

Super fun alpha letters


Super easy but cute card.. with a fun altered style and an easy to make butterfly.

Next up is a card.... which I thought would be fun to change the shape up a bit.
Fold the base card outer wings to centre... cut pieces to add to the side panels. .. 
either the same print or mix it up like I did.
Also find a fun front accent and also size to fit yet another accent I with words to form the front panel.

Trace and hand cut to prepare a hand stenciled butterfly using a fun print.. cut it and ink the edges.

Ink the edges of the butterfly... 
and accordiam fold in tiny segments as above.

Tie the centre with twine and leave a short length for the feelers.

Assemble all the pieces and add the butterfly.
What a fun cute card.. and it was so easy.


Creating another fun card with an easy technique... using chalk ink and masking tape.
Follow the technique below to make the card base.
Let it dry then finish the card as above.
Lots of fun layers, borders, fussy cut doily and banner sections.. 
decorate adding ink to edges,, and I used alpha letters for the XO.

Start with a card base.. grab your chalk inks and also you'll need some masking tape.
Make the masking tape strips long enough to angle acrows the base.
Gently push down on top of the ink.. all along the length of the masking tape piece.
Now gently place across from corner to corner and firmly pust down to transfer the ink to base.
Repeat alternating colours  over the full base.. see finished base below.

My term is now over and I will be sharing anything I previously created for them.



ShersL84bed said...

Gorgeous. You did a lovely project with your kit. :)

Lots of smiles, Your #1 fan, from Mich.

Unknown said...

Love all of those colours and great job putting it all together. Those wood pieces are to die for. - BL

Scrappin Robin said...

Super cute layout and card. I love what you did with your butterfly. Thank you for sharing.

Renee said...

Bev, it is so nice to see you!! Oh, I love your cards and that kit is incredible....your talent is always amazing!!



Haidee said...

i love the LO is is one of thee I have seen and those cards are fantastic!! TFS from BL group e&h

C'est La-Vie Designs Unlimited, LLC said...

I’m stopping by to give you some Bloggie Love! Love the kit and the projects you came you with. TFS! I'll share this post.

La-Vie B.
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