I wanted the bubbles and designs to make my pumpkin more realistic so I used a non-porous paper with the bubbles and colored the backside. You want to use alcohol based markers or paint so the color won’t slide off.
You will need to cut the file twice. One using magnet vinyl and the other in cardstock to cover the magnet.
I colored the backside of this, which was white. You can find these textured papers easily online or at your local scrapbook store.
I used thick mulberry paper for the leaf on the pumpkin.
I then cut my corner leaves, title and O'Hanna Corner frames. Note: Only glue the sides and bottom of the O'Hanna frames as you are using these for a pocket. My pumpkin is 4.75 by 4 inches. My card front 5.5 by 5.5 inches.
After adding the ribbon, your card is completed! You could also stamp a sentiment onto the pumpkin or use the pencil feature on your machine. So hopefully, the card goes into a drawer and the magnet on a board or refrigerator. Enjoy! Judy Tesla Stark -
It is finally Fall'ish in Florida and I am loving it!! This layout is a mixture of digital and regular scrapbooking. The picture of my grandchildren has so many colors and finding the right paper just wasn't that easy. So, I decided to print one from my Craft Artist software. The background paper and frame is from the Thanksgiving kit. Once printed, I am ready to put my layout together.
I used the Pumpkin by Phyllis Parkins, the newly released Pilgrim hat and maple leaf . The fence is by Debbie Gromett. I also cut my title using the Funtime software and Gazelle.
The Bosskut Gazelle has a fabulous Print n Cut feature and I used it for the Scarecrow and crows. I purchased those designs at www.Dollardoodles.com by Cheryl Seslars and Alice Smith.
So my Pumpkin layout has Digital scrapbooking, Print n Cut Digital and regular cut scrapbooking!
Happy Fall everyone and thank you for stopping by my Blog.
I needed a Fall Layout for a large bulletin board and the newly released Turkey was perfect! I made this for a friend and she will add other items to the board. Cutting this Turkey file with my Bosskut Gazelle only took a few minutes. I chalked out the cutting lines on my turkey with a marker. Chalked out the mats with regular chalk. Turkey is 7.5 wide by 8.5 tall. I then cut the Bosskut oak leaves and added to the bottom. I also colored the cutting lines with a marker and then added 1 application of the liquid embossing.
To make my title, I used my Funtime program. After deciding on which font I wanted, I then used my outline feature to make the mat. Just a push of a button!
After chalking the mat, I added the Curly Scrolls by Phyllis Parkins and an Oak leaf.