Saturday, May 2, 2020

Using Journal Ephemera for Cards | TMC4U Field Notes Journal Kit

Hey Procraftinators! I'm back with another Design Team project for Talormadecards4u.com. This month, we were working the the Field Notes Kit and I made 4 mixed media cards using ephemera meant to make a journal. This journal has several bug collection type ephemera pieces in it and I used them as focal images on my cards. I hope you enjoy the video. Don't forget that Taylormadecards4u sponsors the Crafter's Castle Challenge blog. The winner of rhe challenge this month receives the kit that I used in the video this month.


And the pictures of the final cards. I was very pleased with how they turned out.


 








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Supply List

  • Taylormadecards4u - Field Notes Kit [For 20% digital items only use code: loyalty]
  • Fabriano Hot Press Watercolor Paper 140lb
  • Distress Ink
    • Vintage Photo
    • Frayed Burlap
  • Nuvo Expanding Mousse - Hammered Copper
  • Nuvo Crackle Mousse - Ivory Coast
  • Tonic Craft Kit 21 - Distress Detail
    • Rose Corner Die
    • Linked Circles Corner Die
    • Stencil
  • Tim Holtz Stencil - Bubble
  • Dylusions - Quote Medley Stamp Set
  • Gina K - Butterfly Kisses Stamp Set
  • Honey Bee Stamps - Here for You Stamp Set
  • VersaFine Clair - Nocturne
  • VersaMark
  • Ranger Embossing Powders
    • Clear
    • Gold
  • Nuvo Copper Blush Embossing Powder
  • XFasten 1/2" and 1" Foam Tape
***I buy all of my supplies myself, with the exception of the passport kit which I was provided in exchange for doing this video. I am not affiliated with any company. The links I provide are not affiliate links. I do not make a commission when you buy using these links. They are merely for your convenience or clarification of which supplies I have used. I do not guarantee they are the cheapest prices. I suggest you do your own research and shop around.***
 

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