To the Moon and Back with Glitter | Mama Elephant

Today I am sharing a simple card using the Wish Upon a Star stamp set from Mama Elephant.

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I started by stamped the sentiment on a piece of Gina K Designs In The Navy cardstock with Versamark ink. I embossed it with Alabaster white embossing powder. I then stamped starts and clouds from the Wish Upon a Star set all over the background with Versamark ink.

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I die cut a bunch of clouds out of Neenah white cardstock and vellum with the Infinity Cloud die set from Hero Arts. I arranged them along the bottom of the background and glued them down with Gina K Designs Connect Glue. I then glued the whole panel to a card base.

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I pulled out the colored in image of the bunny on the moon. I colored it in in a previous video and then didn’t end up using it. I popped that up on the card with foam tape. I then went over the moon with Glossy Accents and sprinkled Unicorn Dust glitter over the top.

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To finish up the card I went over the vellum clouds with Wink of Stella and I added a few star sequins to the background.


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Distress Oxide Night Sky | Mama Elephant

Hey everyone! Today I am sharing a card I created using the Wish Upon a Star stamp set from Mama Elephant.

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I stamped all of the bunnies from the set on Bristol Smooth paper with Gina K Designs Jet Black Amalgam ink and colored them in with Arteza watercolor markers. I fussy cut the images out using my Scan N Cut 2.

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I created a night sky background by first blending with Distress Oxide ink in the colors Tumbled Glass, Broken China, Salty Ocean, Blueprint Sketch, and Black Soot. I blended some cloud on the sky with the Cloud stencil from My Favorite Things and Unicorn white pigment ink from Hero Arts. I adhered this background panel onto an A2 size card base.

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I embossed a bunch of the stars from the sent on the background with a clear embossing powder. I also embossed a sentiment with Alabaster white embossing powder.

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I used some rectangle dies to create a frame out of white cardstock and popped it up on the card with foam tape. I also popped up one of the bunny images that I colored (the others were saved for future cards.) To finish up I went over the cloud and the frame with Wink of Stella glitter.


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Little Boy Birthday Card | Mama Elephant's Little Agenda Trains

Today I am sharing a card featuring some products from Mama Elephant and Simon Says Stamp.

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Remaking my First YouTube Card | YouTube Channel Anniversary

Today I am recreating the first card design that I did on my YouTube channel to celebrate the one year anniversary of my channel.

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I stamped a few of the images from the Book Worm stamp set on Neenah Solar White cardstock with Gina K Amalgam ink. I colored them in with my Copic markers and then cut them out with my Scan N Cut 2.

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I used the large bookmark die from the Bookmark It die set from Mama Elephant to cut a bookmark out of Midnight cardstock from Brutus Monroe. I then stamped some of the images from the Book Worm stamp set and the Good Reads stamp set onto that bookmark as well as a panel of A2 size Midnight cardstock with Versamark ink. I then took that A2 panel and glued it to a card base.

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I die cut a large circle out of white cardstock and then stamped a row of books across it with Simon Says Stamp Fog ink. I also stamped a sentiment above that row of books from the Good Reads stamp set.

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I stamped the “This book belongs to” label onto some white cardstock and cut it down to a strip. I glued that label onto my bookmark along with a stack of books and the bookworm. I then added some silver twine to the top of the bookmark.

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Next I took the circle die cut and popped it up on my card with foam tape being careful to leave a space for the bookmark to slide in behind it. I glued the row of colored in books in front of long row of books with Gina K Connect glue. I then popped the dog up in front of those books with foam tape.

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Using a white gel pen I added highlights to all of the colored in images. I then colored in the background of the circle die cut with a few light gray Copics. Finally I added a silver glossy heart sticker under the sentiment.


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Birthday Shaker Card | Mama Elephant

Today I am sharing an adorable birthday card using the Stackable Cuties stamp set from Mama Elephant.

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I stamped all of the animals from the stamp set onto Bristol Smooth paper. I colored them in with Arteza markers and then cut them out with the coordinating dies. I used a white gel pen to add some highlights to the critters.

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I used a small circle die to cut nine circles from a panel of white cardstock. I glued one of the animals in each of those windows. I added some acetate to the back and then went around each window with foam tape to make shaker areas.

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I added large clear glitter to each shaker area and closed up the whole thing with Simon Says Stamp Fog cardstock. I glued the shaker panel to a Neenah Desert Storm card base.

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I stamped one of the chat bubble sentiments with Simon Says Stamp intense black ink and fussy cut it out. I glued it about the bear on the card so it looks like he is saying “Happy B-day.”


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