Cards, Techniques

Thankful Slimline

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I haven’t done many slimline cards, but they are so fun and cute I’ll need to do more!

This card uses the CTMH September Stamp of the Month, Grateful for this Life, along with paper and stamps from the current seasonal catalog. See the end of this post for a project list if you are interested in duplicating this card!

I used the same technique that I used on THIS page to color the word “Thankful”. I used my MISTI tool to put color on just part of the stamp and stamp on the paper. Then I added another color and stamped again. Each time I wiped the ink off the stamp in places I didn’t want that color to be.

I hope you are enjoying these autumn themed projects as much as I am!

Products Used

Harbor Card Stock

Pumpkin Spice Cardmaking Stamps w/ Thin Cuts

Autumn is Coming Stamps w/ Thin Cuts

Grateful For This Life September Stamp of the Month

Papaya Exclusive Ink

Paprika Exclusive Ink

Nectarine Exclusive Ink

Harbor Exclusive Ink

Peach Exclusive Ink

White Daisy Card stock – cut to 8×10 base page

Aluminum cut rail paper trimmer

My Acrylix Blocks 

VersMat

Adhesive

Non stick micro tipped scissors

Cards, Projects, Techniques

Spinner Interactive Care

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Guess what? I’m till doing autumn themed projects using around here!

Today I have an interactive card with a spinning front. Close To My Heart has a Thin Cut die called Card Front Spinner to make these types of cards!

I love how the leaves look like they are blowing in the wind when this wheel is spun.

You can visit my Instagram reels to see this card in action!

I’ve been posting all kinds of projects using these same colors, stamps and papers. Check out my recent posts, including my Happy Fall Ian card!

Products Used

Nectarine Card Stock

Pumpkin Spice Patterned Paper

Autumn is Coming Stamps w/ Thin Cuts

Papaya Exclusive Ink

Paprika Exclusive Ink

Nectarine Exclusive Ink

Harbor Exclusive Ink

Peach Exclusive Ink

Card Bases

Aluminum cut rail paper trimmer

My Acrylix Blocks 

VersMat

Adhesive

Non stick micro tipped scissors

Mini Album, Projects, Tags, Techniques, Uncategorized

Mother’s Day Mini Album

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It has been awhile since I’ve made a mini album!

I created this one to give my mom for Mother’s Day.

Chipboard makes up the base and the whole thing is covered in white cardstock.

All of the paper is from my stash of Close to My Heart things.

I used my HP Sprocket to print all the little 2×3 pictures.

It is filled with pull outs and tags. Fun around every corner 🙂

I’ve posted a flip through you can check out in Instagram HERE.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram. That is where I post most often.

Cards, Mini Album, Techniques, tutorial, YouTube

Pop Up Mini Album

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Pop Up Mini Album- interior pop outs

It’s been a minute since I’ve posted here, but I have been busy! (The best place to see my daily creations is on my Instagram @emmaheartspaper)

Pop Up Mini Album- Butterfly cover

This little Pop Up Mini Album is very simple, but creates a very dramatic effect!

It is perfect to feature a few small pictures and embellishments. It is only 6×6 inches, so it could be used as a really fun card!

I’ve created a quick process video and tutorial that has been posted to my YouTube Channel: Emma Hearts Paper.

Take a look and create your own, I’d love to see what you create!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Cards, Techniques, YouTube

Tea Party 3D Interactive Tag Card

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I’m more than in love with this little tea pot stamp. It is another retired Close To My Heart stamp set. Going back and using sets I purchased years ago has been a lot of fun. It is such a shame when stamps get used for a bit then forgotten!

I used this to create this simple fun fold card.

I’m not going to go into much detail here, because I’ve made a quick process video/tutorial. You can find it on my YouTube Channel.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

Be sure to subscribe to my channel (since it is so very new you could even be my first one!)

Also come follow me on Instagram too! That is where I post my creations most frequently!