Wednesday, October 22, 2014

You Melt My Heart!


I am featured on the Crafters Home blog today!

I just love the Sam E. Snowman Shaker Die.

This darling die can be used to make a shaker card as shown here or a full snowman that you can embellish as you wish.



A Jillian Vance Design products needed:
Sam E. Snowman Shaker Die Set ~ Snowman, inner circle, hat scarf/hat band nose, holly
Basic Rectangle Backdrop Die Set ~ largest die
Polka Dot Rectangle Backdrop Die Set ~ largest die
Basic Oval Backdrop Die Set ~ largest die
Polka Dot Oval Backdrop Die Set ~ largest die
Frosty Stamp and Die Collection (sentiment and heart die cut)
Tranquil Tree Die (snowman arms)
Vintage Frame Die Set (sentiment strip)
Simply Snowflakes Stamp Set (clear embossed for background)
Dainty Dots Background Builder Stamp

Other supplies:

WorldWin Papers
Ranger Ink Clear Embossing Ink
Ranger Ink Clear Embossing Powder
Ranger Ink Distress Spray Stain in Picket Fence
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L EZ Runner and 3D Foam Squares
Quick Dry Glue by 3MWant2Scrap Baby Bling in Black (for eyes and belly buttons)
Sequins
Acetate sheet

For full details please head over to the
A Jillian Vance Design Blog!

And there you have a Darling Snowman Shaker card!
 
 

Head over the the Crafters Home Blog to enter the drawing for a Sam E. Snowman Die Set!

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Majestic Deer Shaker Card

Happy World Card Making Day 2014!
Today I am showing you how to make a scene shaker card.

I just love the Majestic Deer designed by Melyssa of Whimsie Doodles.
So i decided it would be fun to use in a shaker card.
I started with the Basic Rectangle Backdrop Die and wanted to have a subtle background design so I decided to try something new . . . I used our new Tim Holtz Distress Stains in Picket Fence, sprayed on our Dainty Dots Background Builder Stamp, then stamped it onto the light blue paper and dried it with the heat tool.   It is kind of hard to see in the photo but it looks like snow in real life.
Then I die cut using the largest oval in the Oval Backdrop Die Set centered in the Polka Dot Rectangle Backdrop Die to create the "window" of the shaker.
I used an over head projector sheet and cut using the same size Polka Dot Rectangle Backdrop Die.
I stamped the sentiment from Winter Woodland Stamp Set in Ranger Embossing Ink and heat embossed using Ranger White Embossing Powder.  
Then layer them together in this order:
Blue layer with oval cut out adhered to the top of the Clear overhead projector die cut.
then using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Crafty Foam Tape, I put it all the way around the backside of those two pieces ~ sit this aside.
Next move on to the scene:  Cut 2 Majestic Deer out of Kraft cardstock, cut the antlers off of one deer and Two Tranquil Trees out of dark brown cardstock,  I used the Embossing Dabber by Ranger and their Sticky Embossing Powder to add the Distress Glitter to the trees so they looked snowy.
I hand cut a piece of green cardstock  for the ground and also added Distress Glitter to it as well.
Arranged them all on my light blue die cut that had been stamped with the Dainty Dots Background Stamp
I added some iridescent confetti from Michael's and then layered the sandwich of clear acetate and cardstock on top ~ shaker part of the card complete!
I used the snowflake dies from Sam E. Snowman Shaker Die Set to each corner and topped them off with some Want2Scrap Baby Bling in Clear!
TADA . . .  there is my card!
A Jillian Vance Design products used:


Other products used:
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: Crafty Foam Tape and EZ Runner
Ranger Ink: Clear Embossing Ink, Clear Embossing Ink Dabber, Distress Glitter, White Embossing Powder, Distress Stain Spray in Picket Fence
Want2Scrap Baby Bling in Clear
WorldWin Papers


Thanks for stopping by today, hope you are having fun seeing all the inspiration from the Blog Tour that PaperCrafts Magazine has provided.   I would love to see your comments and remember
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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Believe . . .

This card is dedicated to one of my good friends and her successful recovery from just recently being diagnosed with breast cancer.


I am over on the A Jillian Vance Design blog today, please click on the link to take you on over to see the full details on how to create this card. 


A Jillian Vance Design products used:
Other products used:
WorldWin Papers, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L ~ 3D Foam Squares,  Want 2 Scrap mini pearls, 
Archival Ink in Jet Black, Embossing Ink, Clear and White Embossing Powder all by Ranger

Thanks for stopping by today and lets Pray for a Cure.

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