Now if you are wondering what to do with the fantastic Layering Stencil in theJune 2017 Kit,then you need to order it and check out the project Instructions included in the kit. Which comes with step by step instructions for the cards AND a Mini Album!
Plus if you check out the Clear Scraps blog and page, I created a step by step video for these Layering Stencils, so check out both websites, we have been working hard to create fun projects that are easy for you to not only follow along with, but use them as a jumping off point to create your own!
The June Kit comes with 2 acrylic sheets, you can create many cards or beautiful layouts, plus so much more, check out the KIT and grab it before it's gone.
Hell my friends friends, I am excited to share 2 different holiday cards I created using the Creating Made Easy December 2016 Kit today! Yes, I even have a photo step by step tutorial for you to create your own.
For the first card I took a card base I had but you could use any card stock base and create your own. I traced the Mini Tree from the Tree Album in the kit and cut it out of the center of the front of the card just slightly larger then the Mini Tree.
I took one of the pages from the Tree Album and took of the protective film, then inked the tree using StazOn ink from my ink stash in my craft room.
While it was wet with ink I lightly sprinkled on glitter and let it set 5 minutes, then I added pearls with my Pearl Pen.
I covered the inside of the card using My Mind's Eye paper from the kit, and punch a hole above the tree cut out on the face of the card.
I used Bakers Twine from my personal craft stash to tie the tree to the front of the card. It actually is easily removed to become a beautiful shimmering ornament.
I then added the sentiment to the front, which I cut from the My Mind's Eye patterned paper.
For the second card I simply took 2 of the pages from the Mini Tree Album and adhered pattered paper to the back of one tree (after removing the protective film) and a sentiment sticker to the front of the other tree, trimmed off the excess and inked the edges using StazOn Cotton White ink.
I covered the front of my base card (from my stash) using the patterned paper in the kit, and added a snowy red glitter border on the bottom.
Then used pop dots to adhere the top tree and Beacon Adhesive to adhere to tree underneath.