13.07.2021

Few fun cards with Pops of Color | Scrapbook.com

Hello everyone. Welcome after a longer break. Today I want to share with you few cards created with fun product from Scrapbook.com - Pops of Color. They are a loquid pearl kind of product, that you may use for creating dots like enamel dots, but also for few other techniques. I smeared them with a spatula creating shiny paint drip. I also used them to create sort of sprinkles on my cards. I am still exploring this product and finding new ways I can use it so stay tuned for more!

Pops of Color come in  14 different colors (more are coming soon) and most of them have a pearl finish. You can also find white, black and clear amoung them. 

I created two cards with smeared Pops in the background in two color variations.





They are quite simple because I didn't want to cover the background. I embellished them using flower dies "Simply perfect" from Spellbinders and Smooth Cardstock pads.

Second set of cards highlights foiling, masking and some Pops of Color sprinkles and dots.







They were easy to make and foiled elements gives them a special touch.
Here you can find the list of supplies I used:

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28.04.2021

Interactive birthday cards | Scrapbook.com

Hello everyone. Today I want to share with you two ideas on fun birthday cards, where you can easily add or change number for better personalization. I recently got three sets of number dies from Scrapbook.com and I was looking for fun ideas how you can incorporate them in your projects. Those cards are part of the outcome. 


I placed my numbers on transparent strip and you can slide the circle from left to right to choose the proper number from 1 to 9. This card was designed for a child but you can use smaller numbers and group them by two creating sets from 10-19, 20-29 etc. I recorded a wvideo where I show you how it was all done. I used new Bold basic Number Dies and Slim Stars Die from Scrapbook.com. 
I also havea process video for you:

 
Here are more close - ups.




Products I used:

Second card is more versatile as it can be gifted for birthday or any anniversary. Numbers are cut out and hidden in the envelope on the back. All you need to do is to find right number and glue it on the yellow circle on the front.


I combined here new slimline die called "Sunshine" and set of numbers cut out with Classic Type number dies. You can find products I used at the end of this post.






Products I used:


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