Thursday, April 19, 2012

The Craft's Meow Sneak Peak- Vintage Rides & Owl Journaling

Hello!  I hope you are enjoying the previews from The Craft's Meow!  I am sharing two more today one is  called Vintage Rides by NinaB Designs and then there is Owl Journaling from Jenny Suchin.  Both of these are super fun and I can't wait to share what I have with you.


For the first set, Vintage Rides, I broke out Studio Calico's Abroad 6x6 pad and layered the papers onto my card base.


I stamped the retro car image, colored it with copics and cut it out.  I then popped it up onto my card with foam and glossy accented the windows.


Added a bit of twine and some buttons.


Lastly, I stamped my sentiment!

For my next card I started with the zigzag stamp included in the Owl Journaling set.


I layered on patterned papers from the Miss Caroline, Dilly Dally collection from My Mind's Eye, and added some lovely gray silk ribbon from the Ribbon Carousel store.


Lastly, I stamped one of the phrases in a brown ink.


For my last project, I whipped up this little notebook of sorts to document some of the cute things my four year old has been saying.


To start I stamped the notebook page image repeatedly onto cream cardstock, cut it out and punch a hole through the stack with my Crop O' Dile.  I then threaded it with twine.


I stamped a few of the coordinating images onto a few of the pages for some interest, but kept if fairly simple.

Phew!  You made it all the way through, thank you!  I hope you have enjoyed, now be sure to pop over to The Craft's Meow's blog and leave a comment for a chance to win one of these two sets.  I will return tomorrow with one more set for the April release.



Supplies:


{Vintage Rides}
Paper-  White PTI
Patterned Paper: Abroad 6x6 Collection Studio Calico
Stamps: Vintage Rides The Craft's Meow
Ink: Tuxedo Black Tsukinko, Copic Markers Imagination International
Embellishments: Twine Ribbon Carousel, Buttons October Afternoon
Tools: Glossy Accents Ranger


{Remember This Day}
Paper: White PTI
Patterned Paper: Dilly Dally My Mind's Eye
Stamps: Owl Journaling The Craft's Meow
Ink: Chocolate, Harvest Fresh Ink
Embellishments: Satin Ribbon Ribbon Carousel
Tools: Corner Rounder We R Memory Keepers, Scallop Border Punch Fiskars


{Notebook}
Paper: Cream PTI
Stamps: Owl Journaling The Craft's Meow
Ink: Cup O' Joe Hero Arts, Red Currant, Celery Fresh Ink
Embellishments: Cherry Baker's Twine Whisker Graphics
Tools: Crop O' Dile We R Memory Keepers

20 comments:

  1. Love your journal! Your card is awesome! Your little tags are so cute - great idea!! :))

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  2. Lovely projects! Your card is beautiful!

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  3. OMG!! What cute creations!! I LOVE the fun little details!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  4. Great work! I love that little bundle of journaling cards, and how different the card cards are. The first is so bold and love the paper choices, the second really sweet and pretty.

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  5. Love the color combo, and the ride card is awsome!

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  6. Adorable projects! LOVE the twine and buttons around the journal. And that little notebook is too cute! I made one of those a few years ago, and it's still empty. Maybe once my little one starts talking... ;-)

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  7. great projects -- love your use of Abroad!

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  8. Great card Lyndsay!
    You make so many lovley projects,
    Thank you for being so inspiring :O)

    Hugs Nina x

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  9. Fab, fun projects!!! I love that little notebook - what a great idea!
    Hugs!
    x

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  10. Love the car card. Love the map and the colors. Great Idea's.

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  11. Wowzers, so many awesome projects, Lindsay!! Love the car,and of course the chevron and the cute notebook. I'm super curious to see the entire sets.

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  12. Love your vintage car card!!! Also great little journal as well as the CAS card!

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  13. The car card has a great meaning with the map papers. Just feels like "driving through". :) I love the clean and simple look of the second card. The strips contrast well and the pops of orange in the flowers really show! Great job!

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  14. You are so awesome - do you know that?!? LOVE these all!

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