Hi everyone this is Mona wishing everyone a Happy New Year. I created this card featuring Kat Scrappiness Kat Scrappiness Stitched Fancy Scalloped Rectangle Dies .
I started by die cutting all the elements I needed , the two larg st size of the Stitched Fancy Scalloped Rectangle Dies , also here you see a teal card base but later on I decided to go with black. I also Die cut a champagne bottle with a Die I had in my stash. I stamped 2018 on the label and Happy New Years with my Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink . Next I die cut 2018 with a set of alphabet Dies that I have.I glued everything in place using my Atg Gun which my Atg gun refill were purchased at Kat Scrappiness. For my finishing touch I added 6mm Gold Sequins. This completes my card for today.
Thanks for stopping by, hope to see you again soon.
Welcome everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.
Today’s project was created with the new year in mind. When I think of a New Year’s Eve party, I think of lots of sparkle with black and gold. I started by stenciling the confetti dots onto smooth white card stock using Versamark sticky ink and the Echo Park Snow Fall Stencil. After taping the stencil down on top of the card stock, I squished my Versamark ink pad directly onto the stencil. I was careful to make sure to get plenty of sticky ink into the holes of the stencil.
Using the Kat Scrappiness Happy New Year die, I cut the greeting three times.They were adhered together with spray adhesive. I used an inexpensive sponge dauber to messily sponge Versamark stick ink onto the bottom half of the Happy New Year die cuts. Next, I covered the sticky ink with Nuvo Gold Enchantment Embossing Powder and heat set it. I wanted the Happy New Year words to look like they were dripping with sparkle.
Using the Kat Scrappiness Double Stitched Circle Dies, I cut the confetti background as well as a smaller vellum circle. I love how the vellum adds dimension and interest without covering up the gold dots underneath. I also cut a vellum star using Gina Marie Design’s Stitched Star Dies. Using the sponge dauber again, I inked up the edges of the star and added more of the Nuvo Gold Enchantment Embossing Powder. This is all layered on top of black and white stripped patterned paper, and plain black card stock. I shifted all of the layers to the right and trimmed off the excess on that edge.
The finishing touch to my card was to add a bit more sparkle. Can you ever have enough sparkle? I used the Kat Scrappiness Holiday Sparkle sequin mix. These sequins have the look of being glittered. The gold was perfect for this design. They perfectly matched the gold embossing powder and carried the confetti look
Thank you for joining me today! I hope you all have a wonderful and blessed new year!
Can you believe it, 2016 is almost over! Time sure flies! Today, I’m sharing a card I made for, you guessed it, new years! I’m glad I got a chance to try out the “Happy New year” Word Die from Kat Scrappiness just in time. I cut it out from gold glitter paper and I think it looks just fabulous!
I created the background by cutting out a panel using the Kat Scrappiness Stitched rectangle die from light pink textured cardstock. I really like the pink color and it goes great with gold!
The snowflakes are cut using the layering snowflakes die from Hero Arts. What’s amazing about this die is that the snowflakes cut halfway and not all the way through. You can then fold up the partially cut parts to create a beautiful 3D look! Here’s a closer look at the gorgeous snowflakes.
I hope you liked my card. Here’s wishing you and your loved ones a very Happy New Year from all of us at Kat Scrappiness!
Hey, card makers and crafters! Even though Christmas is TOMORROW, I am here to share how I made a super classy CAS New Year’s card. So let’s get started!!
I started by adhering a piece of fun foam onto some shiny gold card stock.
Then I used the Happy New Year’s die from Kat Scrappiness to cut through both layers. Next, I used another set of dies- Double Stitched Rectangles from Kat Scrappiness- to create my background. I used them all to creat multiple frames that I popped up onto a white card base. This added lots of fun detail to my card but still kept it very clean and simple! And as a finishing New Year’s touch, I sprinkled a few of Kat’s sequins onto the card. I chose the gold one from her O, Christmas Tree mix and some black ones from the Trick or Treat mix.
Thanks for checking out my New Year’s card! Have a great holiday season everyone!!
Hello everyone! As our Christmas projects are winding down it’s time to start thinking about the New Year. Kat has a great Happy New Year Brush Script Die that is perfect for creating quick and easy cards or projects for your upcoming celebration.
I’ve showcased how I used this die several different ways below. These are all super simple projects that won’t take you any time at all to create, but will add that extra special touch to your New Year celebration. An elegant card or wine tag would add the perfect finishing touch to your hostess gift. I used the same process to make both.
This die would also be perfect to create cupcake toppers by simply attaching it to a sucker stick. It’s a great way to dress up your treats to coordinate with the rest of your New Years décor.
To create the wine tag I started out using the smallest of the Kat Scrappiness Double Stitched Circle Dies for the hole.
I added a scalloped detail along the bottom edge using the Lawn Fawn Stitched Scalloped Border Dies, which can also be found at KatScrappiness.com.
After that it’s as simple as adding the die to your base, along with some metallic thread or twine, and a few scattered sequins.
Thank you so much for stopping by today! As always the supplies I used are linked below. I would like to wish you a very happy, healthy, and joyful New Year!