Shaving Cream Fun with Imagine Crafts

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By LeeAnn McKinney

– Hey there friends and fellow crafters. It’s LeeAnn and today we are making 2 marbled look cards using shaving cream and reinkers. Sit back and relax for just a few short minutes to see how it is done.

 

 

Art Supplies

Imagine:

Craft Mat
Memento Inker Dandelion –
Memento Inker Lulu Lavender –
Delicata Golden Glitz Metallic Inks
Crafting Tools Squeegee
VersaFine Clair Nocturne
On Point Glue


Other Products:

Distress Heavy Weight Cardstock
Neat & Tangled Welcome Home Stamp Set
Stamp me Some Love Black Cardstock
Accent Opaque 120 LB Cardstock
Double Sided Tape 1/2″

 

Make an Inspiration Card Using Kaleidacolor

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By Alison Heikkila

Sometimes we need a card- fast! Here’s an easy way to make an inspirational card with only 2 stamps and one Kaleidacolor ink pad. You can change up the stamps to suit your needs. Make sure you read to the bottom of the post to see this card done with different colors.

Skill Level: Beginner

Time: 5 Minutes

Directions:

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Step 1

Using the Kaleidacolor Ink Pad of your choice, ink up your sentiment stamp. It’s a good idea to use a stamp positioner in case you need to ink it up more than once. Be sure to close the tab on the pad so that the colors “click” together. I chose Royal Satin Kaleidacolor. I recommend using using a palette that has deeper tones, as it may be harder to read a sentiment done in pastels.

Step 2

Stamp the image to make a solid impression. If there are any areas that need more ink, reink the stamp and restamp the image.

Step 3

Trim your sentiment.

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Step 4

Using a background stamp, click together the colors again and ink the stamp. I have the tabbed area hanging off the edge of the stamp. You’ll only be able to ink up a little more than half the stamp this way, so flip the pad around to ink up the other side.

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Step 5

Place a piece of 4″ x 5 1/4″ cardstock on top of the inked background stamp.

Step 6

Apply pressure with your hands on to the cardstock to make an impression. If you don’t want inky fingers, grab a piece of scrap paper, lay it on top of the entire background stamp, and rub to get an impression.

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Step 7a

Now you need to decide if you want your background colors to match the order of colors on your sentiment. Above, you can see the colors aligned.

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Step 7b

Here, you can see I reversed the colors, which I personally prefer. This is how I decided to make my card, but you can choose either option.

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Step 8

Glue your layers to a standard white A2 card base.

That’s it! You’re done, and you’ve made a card in about 5 minutes. If you make a pack of these, they would be a wonderful gift. Here are some other color versions.

Art Supplies

Imagine

Kaleidacolor Ink Pad (I used Royal Satin, Cappuccino Delight, and Berry Blaze)

Other

Brutus Monroe: There is Always Something to be Grateful For stamp
Erin Lee Creative: Houndstooth 6×6 Stamp
White Cardstock
Stamping Platform

How to Create Fabric and Wooden Bookmarks

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By Annie Collins

 – Hello Crafty Friends – Annie here with some quick and easy bookmarks ideas for summer and the upcoming school year.

Directions:

Art Supplies:

Imagine

Fabrico Pigment Ink Markers

VersaCraft Ink

Other:

Woodware: Little Tots
Peek-A-Boo Designs: Little Readers
Ms. Sparkle & Co.: Thanks (floral)
Fabric Tags: Michaels and Little Yellow Bicycle
DMC Floss: Silver and White
Baker’s Twine: Red & White, Black & White
We R Memory Keepers: Cropadile
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How to Make a Pastel Birthday Card Using VersaMagic Ink Pads

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By Jessica Lin

Hi everyone, it’s Jessica here and welcome back to another card tutorial. Today’s card is the kind that I create the most: birthday cards! I chose a soft color palette for this set of cards, and the VersaMagic inks are perfect for the pastel colors. I also watercolored with my ZIG Clean Color Real Brush pens and shared a technique about using ribbons to embellish your projects. I hope you’ll enjoy today’s tutorial! 

Skill: Intermediate

Directions:

Supplies Used

Imagine:
Other products:

• Stampin’ Up – Letters for You, Number of Years, Cake Soiree, Garden Trellis
• Embossing Folder, Ribbon, Designer Series Paper
• Kuretake ZIG Clean Color Real Brush Pens – No. 028, No. 220, No. 230, No. 071, No. 803, No. 083, No. 049, No. 042, No. 051, No. 041, No. 045
• Heat Tool
• Foam Sheet
• Cardstock – Neenah Solar White

 

 

Make a Welcome Baby Card Using Fireworks! Shimmery Craft Sprays

By Katy Ingram

Hello my friends! Katy here and today I am going to show you how to create this super simple baby card using Fireworks! Shimmery Craft Sprays. In the video I show you how easy it is to add to paint with your fireworks sprays. This will give a nice even coverage allowing you to create your own colored paper. Check out the video below to see how it all came together. I hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.

Skill: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Time: about 30 minutes

Art Supplies:

Imagine

• Fireworks! Shimmery Craft Sprays
– London Fog
– Rose Bud
– Lilac Posies
– Lulu Lavender
• On Point Glue
• VersaFine Onyx Black

Other Products Used:

• Honey Bee Stamps Baby Stamp Set
• Pinkfresh Studio Slimline Edgers Die Set
• Watercolor Paper
• White Card Base
• Concord and 9th Simple Serif Alphabet die set
• Grey Card Stock

Learn How to Mirror Any Stamp Image with Tack ‘N’ Peel

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By Baerbel Born

Skill: Beginner

Do you sometimes wish you could turn your stamp’s image around?
It is easy to do with this fun technique. I tried it with a seagull stamp on my travel journal.

Another tip: Tap your Tack ‘N’ Peel covered handle on your shirt to add fibers and make it less sticky if using it for the mirror stamp technique!

Art Supplies

Imagine :

Memento Luxe Stamp Pad

Tack ‘N’ Peel

Other supplies:

Seagull Stamp (Baerbel’s Design)
Notebook
Watercolors
Stencils
Photos
Glue