Card Creating fun part 1 & 2

Hello Kraafters!

Thank you for indulging me in another week of fantastic art filled fun!  The viewers asked for card creation and I gave you not one but TWO days of card making.

Card Creation Fun part 1

We used the Gelli Print Pulls from last week’s Gelli Plate Fun episode and a few more supplies to put together a few cards.  As a bonus, anyone that commented on this video (contest now closed) was entered to win the cards I made.

Card Creating fun

If you missed the  live show, you can watch it right here: Kraaft It LIVE! Card Creation part 1

The supplies used in this episode:

Once all of this was done – I just had to do more…and I even caught it on video!  I sped it up and did a voice over so it does not take as long to see the finished cards I made using a great deal of the Gelli Plate pulls.  Here is that video:

 Card Creation part 2

For part two you can watch that video by following this link: Card Creation part 2 where I create this adorable Card In A Box that seems to be all the rage right now.  The best part was being joined by a Kraafters Kommunity member live in the panel – thank you so very much Sandra Alicea for making it even more fun!!

Card in a box collage

This was my first attempt!  I love how it is flat for mailing and then stands open for display when the recipient gets it.

For this project I used these items all Close To My Heart products:

  • Inks:
    Cotton Candy #Z2193
    Sorbet #Z2164
    Pear #Z2197
    Juniper #Z2165
  • Stamp Sets:
    Owls #B1450
    Feathers #C1584
  • Lollydoodle Paper pack #X7183B
  • Lollydoodle Complements #X7183C
  • Lollydoodle Assortment #Z3006

The instructions I followed were from Splitcoast Stampers and this entire project was inspired by Nadine White of Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice blog.

To view all the “PIN”sperations for the month of March – follow my PINsperation board on Pinterest

About Heather Kraafter

First and foremost, I am a child of the One True King! I am blessed to be married to my best friend and was privileged to stay home and raise my boys. I began the Kraaft Shaak in 2010 as a way to experiment with crafting mediums and to teach others what I have learned and have come to enjoy it as my creative passion. Taking the 'show on the road' is my latest passion and each day is one step closer to that dream. Thanks for being a part of that journey too!