Thank you for joining us for the third hour of our International Scrapbook Day event! Today’s event schedule looks like this:
9:00 AM: PageMaps sketch challenge & a sweet surprise from Anya Lunchenko! (click here)
10:00 AM: Join designers Nicole Nowosad & Melissa Phillips with a scraplift challenge (click here)
12:00 PM: Join designers Lisa Dickinson & Jen Gallacher with a card challenge <—- we are here!
2:00 PM: Join designers Stacy Cohen, Latisha Yoast & Virginia Nebel with a design challenge
4:00 PM: Join designers Sheri Reguly & Paige Evans with a colour challenge
6:00 PM: Join designers Meghann Andrew & Cathy Z as we wrap up the day!
This hour designer Lisa Dickinson shares another wonderful “scraplift” and Jen Gallacher is here with a beautiful card and a card challenge!
“There’s no better place to find scrap inspiration than the pages of SCT! I loved Summer Fullerton’s Vancouver, BC layout on page 69 of the spring issue, with its oversized patchwork heart and abundance of color and pattern. I used it as s starting point for own page, which incorporates a similar heart and bright, happy papers from Amy Tangerine’s Sunshine & Good Times collection.
supplies CARDSTOCK; Bazzill Basics; PATTERNED PAPER, DIE CUTS, METAL CLIP, STAMPS: American Crafts; LETTERS, ENAMEL DOTS: PinkFresh Studio; TAG: Elle’s Studio; ELECTRONIC CUT FILE: Blue Star Design; FONT: Bohemian Typewriter; ADHESIVE: American Crafts
I began by electronically cutting the large patchwork heart (available here) from white cardstock at 11″ wide. Then I used my square punch (which was conveniently just slightly larger than the openings!) on a variety of patterned papers to fill each space in the die cut.
I adhered each square to the back side of the heart, arranging them randomly and using lots of different colors and patterns. I used smaller, more monochromatic patterns because the spaces were fairly small. 6×6 paper pads work wonderfully in projects like these!
After adhering the finished heart to my cardstock base (I used foam adhesive), I positioned the photo with the title below it. Epoxy letters, a stamped tag and a fun metal word clip bring lots of texture and dimension to my page.
So if you’re celebrating NSD by creating, be sure to keep your latest issue of SCT nearby. There are so many amazing projects to get your creative juices flowing, and we’d love to see what it inspires you to create!” ~ Lisa Dickinson
We also have Design Team member Jen Gallacher here with a fun summer card and a challenge!
“Hey, Jen here! I’m LOVING the tropical trend in both home decor and craft products. So when I saw this layered flamingo stamp set from Stampin’ Up! I knew I needed to make a card with it. I stamped the leaf from the “Tropical Chic” stamp set and stamped it all over my green cardstock, randomly moving the stamp as I went.
To create the flamingo scene, I used the “Fabulous Flamingo” stamp set. I stamped the solid part in the new “Flirty Flamingo” ink color. Then I added details with light tan, ink colors. To create the water, I stamped the water lines in a deep, teal blue and then added chalk to color in the water.
The sentiment is stamped with Versamark ink and embossed with bright yellow embossing powder. Don’t these two stamp sets work so well together? A touch of black makes this card a little more dynamic, and I love that. Look for the newest release from Stampin’ Up! coming soon.” ~ Jen Gallacher
Now time for a card challenge! We want you to create a card with the word “thanks” or “thank you” in it. There is so much to be grateful for (as we are for you!) and we’re sure you have someone who would love to receive a handmade “thanks” card from you. You could even join in on designer Kimberly Crawford’s #mailitmonday campaign on Instagram!
- Create a “thanks” card and send an image of it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Please put “iNSD card challenge” in your reference line.
- Please ensure your image is less than 2mb.
- You have until May 13th to send your submission to us. We will share a selection of today’s challenge submissions on May 16th!
This hour we want to share our newest SCT Delivered layout kit “Blue Skies & Butterflies” with one lucky winner!
“Outside the birds are singing and flowers are blossoming and we’ve captured the glory of spring in our newest Kit, Blue Skies & Butterflies! This beautiful assortment of papers from Dear Lizzy, Pink Paislee, Vicki Boutin & Doodlebug Design will bring a breath of fresh air to your scrapping table, all perfectly coordinated with a varietal assortment of embellishments. The exclusive 4×6 stamp set, glitter titles and printable tags are sure to help your creativity bloom! Say goodbye to the winter blues – Blue Skies & Butterflies are here!” (We also have a few of these beautiful kits in our online shop if you wish to have one delivered to your door! Click HERE)
To enter our iNSD giveaways:
- Leave a comment below by May 13th;
- For a second entry, leave a comment on the post with this prize on our Instagram page;
- For a third entry, leave a comment on the post with this prize on our Facebook page;
- One winner for each prize today will be randomly selected and announced on May 16th.
- You do not have to participate in the challenge for our hourly prizes…but we would love it if you do!
Please join us for our next challenge at 2:00 pm and share the hour with Stacy, Latisha and see a fun project from Virginia!
Join us again at 2:00 pm!