Spellbinders Emoji Dies!

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I love these Emoji dies from Spellbinders! I used them on cards but I think you could incorporate them into so many projects! Emojis are used so much in our online world that it is fun to add them to our paper projects!

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I simply cut and glued together 3 of the same Emoji and added them to my card. I then wrote a greeting underneath! I think these are fun for many different occasions!

These dies are available at Simon Says Stamp and Scrapbook.com. When you use our links to shop at both of these retailers Scrap Time receives a percentage of the sale and we appreciate your support!

On the next episode I am decorating a Heidi Swapp Marquee Heart!

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Free Cupcake Decorating Class

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I have put together a brand new class – Cupcake Decorating!! This class includes 12 videos! First I show you the supplies you will need. I then teach you how to make Buttercream Icing. Finally, we put that icing to the test and I have included 10 videos featuring 10 different cupcake designs – most of which are featured in the picture above!

Best of all – the class is FREE!!!

Register here to join in on the cupcake decorating fun!!

The class will be up in full on Sunday, July 10th!

Happy Cupcake Decorating!

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Lawn Fawn Fairy Friends Tote Bags

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Today I am featuring a bunch of different products from Lawn Fawn to make these cute bags. First up is the Fairy Friends stamps and dies. I cut all of the shapes out of Watercolour Paper and stamped them using Archival Ink. I then coloured them in using Distress Ink Markers and a water brush.

Next I cut out the Tote Bag from the Lawn Fawn Cardstock. You cut out the die twice, then fold each side and glue them together. I also cut the Stitched Rectangle Frame from the 6×6 Perfectly Plaid paper. I used both the frame and the solid rectangle on the bags. From here I put together the bags adding the rectangles and the images.

The links in this post take you to Simon Says Stamp. When you shop at Simon Says Stamp using out links Scrap Time receives a percentage of the sale and we appreciate the support!

On the next episode I am featuring the Spellbinders Emoji dies!

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How to do Use Distress Stains for Calligraphy

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Today I am showing you how you can use Distress Stains for Calligraphy. I start by pouring a few colours of the Distress Stains into an ink palette. Then, as you write, you dip your pen into the different colours. The colours will blend together on your paper. Since the Distress Stains are so thin, you will probably need to dip your pen more often.

Once you are done you may find that you still have a lot of stains left over. I like to pour them onto my craft mat, then dip my cards into the stains to make fun backgrounds.

The links in this post take you to Simon Says Stamp! When you shop at Simon Says Stamp using our links Scrap Time receives a percentage of the sale and we appreciate your support!

On the next episode I am featuring products from Lawn Fawn Stamps!

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Cosmo Cricket Pixie Paint with Waffle Flower Lacey Flower Dies

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Today I am showing you the Cosmo Cricket Pixie Paint with the Waffle Flower Lacey Dies! I start by creating some paper with the Pixie Paint. I used a Watercolour Paper pad – but any watercolour paper will work. I like to work on a large piece, but you could also do this for a card background. I spritz my paper with water – the powder will stick to the water and start dissolving. As the pigment hits the water they start to form beautiful colours. You just need to tap lightly. I used all 4 colours of the Pixie Paint and let the colours blend in areas. I like to dry the paper between layers and then add more colour.

Once my background was dry I then used the Waffle Flower Lacey Flower Mats dies to cut out the coloured paper. I tried cutting the watercolour paper with the Lacey Flower Dies, but found the paper too thick for the intricate designs. So I cut the Lacey Flowers out of white cardstock. I then layered the dies, as pictured about. There are many combinations, all of which look beautiful. I finished off the card by writing on a sentiment.

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On the next episode I show you how to write using a dip pen and Distress Inks!

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