Still Scenes ~ Snowglobe Card

Hello lovely blog readers!
Today I am popping by to share another fabulous card with you all featuring the Still Scenes bundle from Stampin' Up!
This has to be by far, one of my favourite bundles.
I just think there is so much that you can do with this bundle for Christmas and beyond!
I have seen all sorts of things done from birthday cards, to gum ball machines and so much more!

Today I stuck with Christmas theme (can you believe it's less than a month away now?) and went with this fun snowy church scene.

I must admit that I have a bit of a love affair for the puff paint and really wanted to use this to create some 'snowy' trees which you can see here.


I have also used the Subtle textured 3D embossing folder on my layer of Whisper White to create some more texture to my white layer. I have added this texture however, after cutting the globe opening, so as not to flatten the texture.

Behind my snowglobe, I added a piece of Seaside Spray which I heat embossed with the coordinating Still Scenes stamp set to create some snowflakes in the background.

I have cut some trees from both Pretty Peacock and Old Olive and then added some Puff Paint to my Pretty Peacock trees - which were to be layered in front.

I cut the church from am mixture of Smoky Slate and Daffodil delight to create lit up windows.
I then adhered all these pieces using Stampin' Dimensions to the piece of Seaside Spray before adding my shaker components in.

For the shaker I used a mixture of Ice Glitter and the Snowflake Sequins.
- I would go easy though - as here as I did add a touch too much!


To finish up the card I have stamped a sentiment and heat embossed with white onto my piece of Pretty Peacock and flagged the end of this piece.

My snowglobe base is cut from Gold Foil and then I have simple added a double Linen Thread bow and a Gold Jingle Bell.


Of course I had to also decorate the inside, so I have stamped a simple sentiment and then stamped the gorgeous little cottage, which I then coloured with Stampin' Blends.

I hope you enjoyed this look at another one of my Christmas Cards today.

Be sure to check below for links to all the supplies I have used - which takes you to my shop where you can purchase any of these supplies.

Happy crafting! xx

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Joy of Giving ~ Tag Project Kit

Hello and welcome back to my little blog.
Today I have something really fun to share with you --- and that is a fabulous Project Kit available through Stampin' Up! that makes the most adorable little gift tags with a Christmas theme.

Something I love about Stampin' Up! is their fabulous coordination of all their products and how everything just 'works' together.
They also make some great coordinated kits that are perfect for every type of crafter from beginner to advanced. 

This one is no exception with it's beautiful tags that any recipient is sure to love.


Here's a look at some pictures of the finished tags.
This kit makes quite a few and you can mix it up and absolutely make them different from those pictured. There is no right or wrong -- the choice is yours!


The actual kit comes with instructions to make three different styles of tags, and multiples of each.
It's pretty cool!
Here you can see a sample of each.


And better still? They all come in this beautiful and handy little box to store and then you can later use for some really cool gift wrapping -- combined with one of those gorgeous tags of course.

I hope you liked this look at another fabulous kit from Stampin' Up!

You too can own one of these great kits, I have linked the gorgeous kit below, which if you click - takes you to my store.
I would love to see what you make!

Happy crafting! x

SHOP ONLINE: My online store is open 24/7 and you can always shop for the supplies I have used to create any of the projects on my blog. Click on the images of the products at the bottom of the post to be taken right to my online store. 

QUESTIONS: Do you have any questions? Please leave me a comment or send me an email to kaylarenee@stampinwithkayla.com

ARE YOU IN AUSTRALIA & NEED A CATALOGUE? Let me send you one (if you don’t already have a demonstrator) Email me with your postal address to kaylarenee@stampinwithkayla.com










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Still Scenes ~ Christmas Card

Hello lovely blog readers and thank you so much for stopping by my blog today.

I have another fun card to share with you today featuring there beautiful Still Scenes bundle.
I just fell in love with this bundle when I saw it and had so much fun creating various cards with it, however this quickly became one of my favourites, because of those cute little polar bears!


Here are the steps I have used to create this card: 
Step 1: I have cut a standard sized card base that is top folding from Pretty Peacock.
Step 2: I then cut a card layer from Whisper White 1/8'' smaller than the card base.
Step 3: I have cut a card layer from the Basic Black 1/8'' smaller than the Whisper White. Before adhering this Basic Black layer, I have taken the Still Scenes dies and taken that gorgeous snow globe, cutting this through the black. I then took one of the snow globes and took the adhesive off one side, placing it through the black piece that has been die cut. I cut a piece of the Brightly Gleaming DSP to 3x3'' and set this aside.
Step 4: I now took the polar bear dies and die cut these from Sparkle Glimmer paper and cut a set of trees from Old Olive cardstock.
Step 5: Taking my 3x3'' piece of Bright Gleaming paper, I have laid this down and placed my trees down using the snow globe as a gauge of where to place them with Stampin' Dimensionals. I then placed the polar bears on top of the trees with Stampin' Dimensionals also. I have then very carefully added some Ice Stampin' Glitter and some Snowflake sequins to the centre of this arrangement. Then taking the previously die cut Basic Black piece, I have removed the adhesive from the back of the snow globe and placed this over the top of this arrangement, being careful that at this stage the glitter and sequins are contained to the middle, so as not to interfere with the adhesive.
Step 6: I now adhered the Basic Black piece with snow globe to my piece of Whisper White and then adhered this to the Pretty Peacock card base.
Step 7: Taking a piece of Copper Foil, I have now stamped the snow globe base in Versamark and heat embossed this with Copper Embossing Powder. I have die cut this using the coordinating die. Before adhering this down,  I have wrapped some Linen Thread around the base two times and tied a bow before adhering below the snow globe with Stampin' Dimensionals.
Step 8: I stamped the large sentiment on a scrap of Whisper White with Pretty Peacock ink, and only cut the word 'Christmas' with scissors and set this aside.
Step 9: I have now cut the word 'wishes' from a scrap of Pretty Peacock cardstock from the Well Written dies and adhered this with liquid glue to the base of the snow globe. I then added the word 'Christmas' with mini Stampin' Dimensionals on an angle above this.
Step 10: To add some shine,  I have added some blue Noble Peacock Rhinestones around the sentiment as pictured.
Step 11. To finish, I have added some spritzes of Wink of Stella to add some more shimmer and shine!


Here you can see a close up of the finished card and all the fun that I had.
I just love the snow globe based heat embossed and die cut. It added such a fun element and it's so fun to heat emboss on foil!


I had to decorate the inside, so I have added a layer of Basic Black and Whisper White and then simply added the large sentiment (that we cut earlier) in Pretty Peacock.

A fun Christmas card done.

You can see all the supplies I have used pictured and linked below!

Happy crafting! xx

SHOP ONLINE: My online store is open 24/7 and you can always shop for the supplies I have used to create any of the projects on my blog. Click on the images of the products at the bottom of the post to be taken right to my online store. 

QUESTIONS: Do you have any questions? Please leave me a comment or send me an email to kaylarenee@stampinwithkayla.com

ARE YOU IN AUSTRALIA & NEED A CATALOGUE? Let me send you one (if you don’t already have a demonstrator) Email me with your postal address to kaylarenee@stampinwithkayla.com










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