A coffee card

Inlägget postat av on July 21, 2017 | | Inga kommentarer »

Hello everyone!

It’s Kathrin here again today with my first project for you today to hopefully give you a new idea of how to use a few of those amazing stamps by Vildastamps.

On this card I’ve used the Coffee Kit stamp set and the Scrap & Mixed Media Kit #2. I’ll tell you more about the details a little longer, with some close ups of the card.

In the background I’ve used a brown and black designer’s paper. I’ve also added a little doily here since those remind me of those old fashioned cafès where you get one of these under your cup.

Since I wanted some more contrast I’ve added a black cardstock rectangle that I used a border punch on one of the edges. For decorations I’ve added that “energy” paper strip that goes into a tab from foil I had lying around. The arrow clip points at the cup and brings coffee and energy together. I also added a flourish cut from white cardstock that looks like steam coming out from the cup.

I’ve also added some die cut letters that build the word coffee. The letters were cut from black cardstock, then I’ve added some highlights with a white sharpie and covered them with Glossy Accents.

Here’s a close up of the main element of my card.

On the just slightly patterned paper here I’ve stamped one of the stamps from the Scrap & Mixed Media Set 2 that reminds me of those brims a cup can leave on a table. I think this one just goes great with the coffee cup.

The cup has been stamped twice. On the second image I only colored in the lid and the sleeve and cut thouse out individually. Then I’ve run the sleeve through my paper crimper to make it look like made from corrugated paper. The I’ve glued the sleeve to the cup using 3D tape.

And here’s the little trick I’ve added to the card. The lids were cut off from the cup and glued together using 3D tape, addig a piece of white cardstock inbetween. Then I’ve cut this white cardstock more or less in the shape of the cup, just cutting it smaller. On this I’ve stamped “this one is on me!” using single letter stamps, creating some kind of a voucher.

Since the cup is glued to the card with 3D tape that is only applied to the edges of the cup the lid with the voucher can easily be slid into the cup.

Hope you liked this card and will be back later today for my second project.

Hugs, Kathrin

This post is posted by Kathrin

Dream Big Card

Inlägget postat av on July 19, 2017 | | Inga kommentarer »

Hello Everyone! Today I want to share with you a card that I created using the super Adorable Dragon Osten stamp from Vilda Stamps.

Dragon Osten V170

To create my card first I stamped this cutie dragon onto 110 lb. plain white card stock. I then colored the image in with the following Copic colors:

Dragon: YG09, YG06, YG11, Y00, 0, Y17, Y06, RV21, R20, RV000

I then fussy cut the dragon out and set him aside. Next I cut all my card mats and frames with dies and inked the edges with Distress Ink in Vintage Photo. I then made a stencil for my cloud background and blended Distress Ink in Mermaid Lagoon, and Stormy Sky to create my cloud scene. Thank you for stopping by. I hope that my card has inspired you to try out your own creations using these Adorable stamps from Vilda Stamps.

This post is posted by Mindy

Something Wonderful

Inlägget postat av on July 14, 2017 | | Inga kommentarer »

Double card base square, 80 gr. Paper for template, velvet paper, aquarell paper, green, black paper.

Wild Stamp: V173, V436, V763

Stamp ink Distress: Spun suger, evergreen bough, waterproof black.

Color pencil Derwent pink

Rounding punch


Nellie Snellen Products: Mixed Media Template Circles NMMS 001

Mini Punch butterfly

Dies: MFD 085, MFD 100, MFD 103

For decoration of choice ribbon, pearls, paillet

Glue, staples


Round the corners of the base card.

Create a paper template with a circle. Put watercolor paper below

Piece of watercolor paper on 2 pieces. Put the template on it and spray a little water. Gently wipe away. So you get water cirkels. Allow to dry well


Stamp butterflies and grass with waterproof ink. Remove paper template. Color the butterflies. Punch of small black butterflies. Decorate the circle with a cut green circle.

Stamp text on velvet paper. Cut out the rectangle.

Place ribbon all over the card. Behind the word wonderful it runs the ribbon. Stick with staples.

Decorate the card by example

Succes! Karin

This post is posted by Karin

Holiday Doodles

Inlägget postat av on July 14, 2017 | | Inga kommentarer »

Holiday tricks
What’s more fun on the way to your vacation destination to kill time with doodles or zentangle. Filling spaces with simple drawings. And then used as a bookkeeper.

Paper white, black, red
Stamps Vilda V 697, V 693, V 763
Fineliners red, black
Dies tag shape

Black ink.
Punch 2 sizes small rounds
Hoops Tang

Job Description
Stamp text stamp in the middle of the cut-out tag. Reverse the text stamp if it has no edge. Draw big and small rounds with the fineliner. And fill in the entire tag. Paste the rounded circles. Punch with a hole pin a hole for the string.
Color in and out a circle according to example.

This post is posted by Karin

Thank you Michelle

Inlägget postat av on July 7, 2017 | | Inga kommentarer »

Michelle Windsor our guest-designer from Australia is leaving us.
We have enjoyed all your lovely creations. Thank you!

Michelle Windsor vår gäst-DT från Australien lämnar nu oss.
Vi har njutit av alla dina härliga alster. Tack!

Michelles art at Vilda Stamps

This post is posted by Anita


Inlägget postat av on July 5, 2017 | | Inga kommentarer »

Hello there…
I’ve had some fun with both stencils and sprays, together with a travel themed stamp from Vilda Stamps this time. I’ve used a stamp that can be used for pocket page scrapbooking, as well as a statement in a travel themed mini album or a handmade card. The stamp is found in a set of two travel themed stamps, V767 (Småkort semester A6).

Here you can se the pattern paper that I’ve created with Brusho powder and water. I’ve also used a brick wall stencil with red ink, that I’ve used the left over ink from, to ”stamp” it to the paper. I tried different red hues of ink before I settled for the Fired Brick distress ink from Tim Holtz/Ranger.

I’ll be showing you a couple of versions of making a card like this.

Here’s the base.  I’ve cut the pattern paper with a die, that’s called Old paper.

You could decorate it with travel themed die cuts, like a suitcase and an aeroplane together with some arrows. Perhaps the black paper is too much of a contrast for this card, but I’m hoping you’ll get the idea.

You could also die cut a word out of funky foam.

It’s nice to add on some texture. Here I’ve die cut a punchinella piece of paper. I’ve divided it in two, to make it stretch to both sides of the pocket page card.

Here I’m combining both the punchinella die cut and the word die cut.

I think this might be the best way to go about it, in my book :). I like the dimention and texture that the card has.

This post is posted by Sari

Till en vän

Inlägget postat av on July 4, 2017 | | Inga kommentarer »

Hej i solen!


Idag bjuder jag på ett kort till en kär vän, ett sånt där bara för att du finns kort. Jag tror att vi ska sprida mer sådana runt oss för att muntra upp och visa att vi bryr oss!




V 18 Blomster swirl

V387 Vänskap får själen att blomstra

Önskar er en underbar sommardag och en massa pyssellust i skuggan!


Kram Anna-Lena aka Hönan



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Havet är djupt…

Inlägget postat av on July 2, 2017 | | Inga kommentarer »

Hej scrapvänner!

Jag fortsätter i den marina stilen med undervattensmotiv. Bakgrunden är färgad med Distress oxide på akvarellpapper.

Tycker att det blir snyggt med bara stämplat utan att färglägga dem. Den fina texten fick bli i centrum.

Tills vi ses igen så får ni ha en sköööön sommar!






v 593

v 754

This post is posted by Kerstin

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