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Let’s Get Lit–Reindeer Shaker Card

Hi everyone! It’s Sharon here and I’m super excited to be a guest designer for November.  Today I’m bringing you my Reindeer Shaker card using the new Let’s Get Lit stamp set by Beth Duff Designs.

I decided to create a shaker card with this cute set.  To start, I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut a hole in a piece of white cardstock.  I covered  the backside of the hole with some acetate to make a window.  Before continuing, I stamped the sentiment on the front while the piece was flat.  Next, I laid some foam tape around the edge of the circle to build a wall to hold my shaker pieces.  It’s very important to make sure that there are no gaps in the wall so that the shaker pieces do not escape.  I poured in some multi-colored sequins and tiny seed beads, making sure not to overfill it.  Once I finished adding all the pieces it was time to peel off the liner of the foam tape and place some designer paper over the hole.  I made sure to press it down securely so that none of the pieces woul…

May Your Holiday be Lit!

Hello Crafty Friends - Annie here with a cute holiday card featuring the New Release Set called Let's Get Lit.

I started by stamping and coloring the images. Then, fussy cutting them. I also cut by card front panel and card base. I also double stamped the sentiment onto white card stock and used stitched square die to cut it.

Now, that I have all the components ready for the card - I started putting some adhesive behind my pattern paper and images.
Now, I placed the plaid pattern paper towards the bottom of the red card stock card front. Then, I placed the sparkle pattern paper and now, I layered the green pattern paper on top of the pattern papers so to hide the seam.
Now, It's time to build the Christmas Tree. Then, I placed it onto the front panel. Next, I placed the deer by the tree. I used a string of light to attach the tree to the deer. 

Next, I layered the sentiment onto light green shimmer card stock. I add another string of lights. Adhered the card front onto the car…

Let's Get Lit

Hi, everyone! It's Lynnea! I hope you've seen the new release from Beth Duff Designs! Today I'm using the Let's Get Lit stamp set to create a couple of rustic masculine cards! Scroll to the bottom of this post to watch the video!

I stamped the reindeer image repeatedly across watercolor cardstock and embossed them with gold powder. Then I blended on some brown Distress Inks - Brushed Corduroy, Gathered Twigs, and Walnut stain using new to me blending brushes from Picket Fence Studios.

I had planned to keep this simple and just add some flicks of water, but I felt like the reindeer were getting lost - rather the gold embossing was getting lost, so I tried to fix it! I started by using some clean water and a brush and coloring over the images and using a paper towel to lift up the water. This lightens the area and makes it stand out from the background. For some added definition I used some dark brown watercolor to outline each reindeer.

I used a die from Concord & 9…

Adventures Abroad Continue to Italy

Hey guys, Rachel Winn here! I hope you've enjoyed the Beth Duff Designs Winter Release so far! I get to share the newest in the Adventures Abroad line, Italy. I absolutely adore this line, and this newest set is a fantastic addition.
I was shown a tutorial about for a card that was super 3D with floating floor. I started by creating the background using a brick stencil, distressed inks, and Tonic Expanding Mousse.  In the future I would cut it down to be smaller than the cardbase like a card front layer would normally be, but this was still a bit of trial and error for me!

The floor is cardstock cut to 4 1/4" x 6 1/4" and is scored at 3/8", 4 3/8", and 4 6/8". The short score ends up attaching to the back wall, while the longer end is used at the front of the card. I used a Pen Blade to cut small pieces out of the floor where I wanted my pieces to stand. 

I chose to use 4 pillars, 2 scooters, and of course, the chef! They were colored using Copic markers.…

All Yeti for....

Hi friends , Alina here today, Guest Designer for the month of November for Beth Duff Design sharing a spinner card featuring the amazing "All Yeti for...." stamp set from Beth Duff Design !

I started my card by creating a beautiful background using Neenah Paper , blending Lucky Clover green Distress Oxide on my paper with a blending tool and let it dry completely! After I took some Nuvo Glimmer Paste  Moonstone color and a spatula to help me spread the paste onto my background panel! I took also the "Radiating Rays" stencil from My Favorite Things and tape it down on my panel and then I added my paste but in a thin layer and let it dry!

Then I stamped my images on Neenah Paper Solar White 80 lb using Jet Black ink from Lawn Fawn and cut them out with my Scan n Cut machine ! I also die cut a round circle for my spinner mechanism .

Then I started coloring my Yeti image and also the little presents with some Green and Teal shades of Copic Markers : W 00, G07, R…

Winter Release Week - All Yeti For

Hey guys … so glad you are stopping by. It is winter release week at Beth Duff Designs. I have the pleasure of posting the first blog post of the week.

One new stamp sets by BDD; All Yeti For, is one of my favorites. I love the cute little creatures. Isn't he just the cutest? I started by applying Tim Holtz Distress ink to the background. I sponged it on with a dauber. I applied Blueprint Sketch on the corners and blended Tumbled Glass into the Blueprint Sketch. I heat embossed the sentiment onto the watercolor paper with Brutus Monroe Alabaster embossing powder. I finished the card off by cutting out my images with my Scan N Cut 2. I stacked a few presents into the little yeti's arms. Finished it off with a few snowflakes. What do you guys think? Isn't he just the cutest?
Once again here is the finished card. I hope you all enjoy this set as much as I do!
Until next time … Hugs and ink fingers! ~Nic~

Don't Believe in Humans

Hello! It's Lynnea and today I'm using the Don't Believe in Humans stamp set from Beth Duff Designs. When I saw the little piggy in this set I thought of her putting on her unicorn unitard and saving the world! I made a video tutorial for this card, so be sure to scroll to the bottom to watch!

I used the City Scene stencil from Altenew at the bottom of a piece of watercolor cardstock and blended on a rainbow of Distress Inks - Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Mermaid Lagoon, and Wilted Violet. Then I flipped over the stencil to the other side and blended on some Black Soot Distress Oxide ink to create a silhouette. It's not shown in the video - but I added some clear embossing powder over the the whole blended scene and the sentiment. It's something I do often so that I don't make smudges!

I stamped out my little super hero unicorn piggy and colored her with a mix of Copic and Spectrum Noir alcohol markers -

Unitard - Copic…