Beary Christmas Tunes Card

I have more Christmas card kits available. These ones were made using extra Beary Christmas paper. I paired this paper with October’s SOTM, Christmas Tunes and the holly came from another (retired) CTMH stamp set.

For an extra touch, I used my MS glitter glue to colour in the holly berries and my Shin Han markers to colour in the holly inside the wreath. I couldn’t help but think of my watercolored paints while I coloured it in…I may do that the next time I use Christmas Tunes!

I have a set of 5 cards available for purchase. It comes in an unassembled kit; everything you need to create them is included, and everything has been stamped, coloured and cut for you. Just put them together!

I’ll ship everywhere. I accept PayPal and cash/cheque from my local peeps.

$10 + the cost of shipping (CAD)

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Extra City Sidewalks Card Bundles

Hey y’all! Just dropping in quickly with two more DIY Card bundles!

Same as my other bundles, there’s 5 cards in each kit. All the materials to make them have already been cut and stamped for you and are packaged in a ziploc bag for safe keeping. The demo cards are included with each bundle.

This offer is available to everyone!

$10 Canadian, plus the cost of shipping. Message me to reserve yours.

CTMH City Sidewalks Christmas Card Kits

I have more Christmas card kits for sale! They are available to anyone that wants them. The only requirement is that you own some glue!

The kits are as follows:

All the materials in each kit are pre-stamped and pre-cut. There’s enough in each bag to create 5 cards. It also includes a completed sample card.

I accept cash, cheque and PayPal! Shipping charges will apply. No kit is mailed until payment has been received 😊

You likey? I do! There will be more coming in the next few days, so hang onto your seats! Comment below if you’d like to own either of these sets of cards. They’ll go fast!

TEDS CTMH Card Buffet

I’m planning a card buffet for January, and here’s all the cards you can make!

A card buffet is just the same as a food buffet, but rather than eating as much as you can, you’ll make as much as you can! The process is simple- I’ll do the cutting, stamping, colouring, etc. All you are required to do is assemble the cards!

We’ll be meeting on January 27 from 7 pm to 9 pm at Hilltop Community Church (hopefully) here in Whitecourt. I’m still waiting on confirmation. (Hopefully I’ll hear back soon!) It costs $25. Each of the cards and their coordinating materials will be placed at various stations around the room. Pick and choose which cards you’re making, and how many of each. Just remember, when the two hours is up, so is card making! All the cards are general themed- baby, grad, thank you, sympathy, happy birthday, etc. Holidays will have their own card events.

Reserve your spot and pay for the event by January 5, 2018 at 9 am so I know how many people to prepare for, and order any extra supplies in case there’s not enough. I accept cheque, cash and PayPal.

If this interests you, we should connect. Comment below if this is you!

3×3 CTMH Christmas Tunes Card

How do you say thank you?

I start with a card, always. It’s thoughtful, puts my creative muscles to use, and is always cherished, even if they don’t mention it right away (or at all). I like to think people appreciate something you took the time to create more than store bought cards. Handmade comes from the heart.

This card was created as a small thank you to include with the bundle of cards I shared on my IG (a couple days ago) that are for sale. I’m elated they sold so quickly, so I threw up another small bundle of cards. I created this card using October’s stamp of the month, S1710 Christmas Tunes. It’s 3×3, a size which I don’t often make, but thoroughly enjoy.

When you purchase from me- either from my CTMH website or buying my handmade cards, expect one of these with your order! If I can’t mail you one, I’ll email instead!

Curious to know what the bundle of cards looks like?

There are 4 cards to be created from the materials in this kit. Purchase the whole bundle for $8 CAD and I’ll throw the sample card in for free. Individually, they’re $2 each. No sample card for individual sales. FREE instructions can be found on my CTMH website if you would like to create the three cards from the original kit. It’s available for a limited time.

Comment below to reserve your very own DIY Card kit!

CTMH Silver & Gold Extras

Hi everyone, TGIF!!

I have a question to ask my wonderful readers:

Is any of you interested in purchasing an 8- Card Christmas kit made from left over supplies I have from an upcoming workshop?

This sample card is FREE if you purchase all 8 cards (I’m asking $16 Canadian), or $2 each, including the sample card.

All the hard work is done for you, including cutting and stamping, so you’ll need nothing other than a tape runner or UHU glue stick.

This offer is available to everyone! Payment can be made by etransfer or PayPal (I just haven’t used it in ages and I forget how it works! Minor detail, lol).

Please comment below to claim this kit! I will sell them individually, but keep in mind there’s only 1 sample card!

Accordion to Me CTMH Card

Good morning! It’s a wet and dreary morning here in northwestern Canada, which is great because I’m going to scrap today! I’m going through crafty withdrawals. I figure it’s high time I get back to it. 

As you know, I held a kid friendly scrapbook workshop on Saturday. If you missed my post about it, you can find it right here.

I thought it would be nice to make cards for each of my guests thanking them for participating and sharing info about my next planned workshop. Today, I thought I’d share it with you. 

To create this card, I used one of the patterns from my CTMH Originals Card pattern books (Lucky Three, pg. 59) and used up some more Little Dreamer and Jack patterned papers. I also threw in some CTMH glitter paper that I’d trimmed down for my Christmas cards and a bit of Sea Glass cardstock for the matted image. The stamped image and sentiment cane from an upcoming stamp of the month. Stay tuned for that!

PRODUCTS USED

– X772B Jack

– X7219B Little Dreamer

– 1385 White Daisy cardstock 

– Sea Glass cardstock (retired)

– Z3238 Gold Glitter Paper

– Z2818 Desert Sand Exckusive Inks

– Z2810 Blossom Exclusive Inks

CTMH From the Heart NSM Card Kit

I mentioned a couple posts ago, that September is National Stamping month, and CTMH would be celebrating it all month with ideas, freebies and goodies for sale. That was no lie.

To kick off National Stamping month, CTMH is offering the stunning From the Heart card kit, and along with it free step by step instructions for creating the sliding card.

Folks, for reals, this card kit is stunning. The stamping on the card face doesn’t even look like stamping- it looks printed! To me, its perfection!

Aren’t they elegant and just plain breathtaking?! Who wouldn’t love to open their mailbox to find this gem hiding inside?! I know I would! (Its funny, I’m seeing a lot of embroidery this season- mostly in clothes. Its neat to see this trend flowing over to the paper crafting world. These cards remind me of the embroidered images I’ve seen on coats and shirts when I’m shopping. Have you?)

For a limited time only, save 20% when you purchase this kit. Regularly, it would be $56, but for National Stamping month, is just $44.50 CAD. It includes the cardstock, stamps, envelopes, gold foil frames and more. And, like I mentioned above, CTMH just made the deal sweeter by including free instructions to create the beautiful cards you see above!

How do they get such a stunning effect on those cards without printing them? The secret is in the stamping- they’re layering stamps, which gives you depth and shading within the images. Its just gorgeous. Scoop this deal up before its gone!

Look at all the possibilities with those divine stamps! They’re endless! You can find the step by step instructions on CTMH’s blog today! Make sure to save it to your desktop, so that you can come back to it again and again in the future!

There’s a couple ways to earn this lovely kit. First, order it online by visiting my website at http://www.theeverydayscrapbooker.ctmh.ca. That’s the quickest and easiest way to make it yours. (And, when you order, it’ll ship directly to you, usually within a week!)

The second way to earn this kit is by joining my team and making CTMH your very own adventure! We are a supportive family, full of carers, encouragers and givers! Help support your family’s income, or support your very own (wonderful) paper crafting habit. Earn incentives when you reach your sales goals and extra spending money, as well! But, most importantly, share with the world your love and passion for card making and paper crafting. The potential keeps growing when you join my team. When you join my team, this kit is yours FREE. Its our little way of saying thank you for joining the family!

Sound good? Message me and we’ll get you started today on your journey towards success, fun and freedom!

CTMH Feel So Blessed Card Using Wax Paper

I wanted to craft using vellum, but I don’t have any. I’m not even sure where to find any, unless its included in your kits if you subscribe to a kit club. (Which I don’t, by the way. Hosting my own card club is as close as I’ve gotten to this avenue of creating.) So, what’s a girl to do?

While I was mulling over my creative options, I began to wonder if your regular old wax paper- the roll you’d find in your kitchen for your various baking endeavors- would create the same effect as vellum.

Happily, it does! Did you know that? Even better, its probably even cheaper than purchasing a sheet, or pack, of vellum! Score! The only downside to using wax paper, is that it’s more fragile than vellum is. But, as long as you treat it with love, your project will turn out beautiful!

Here’s an example:

Much like vellum, the wax paper softens whatever it is placed over- in this instance, it would be an ink sponged background. The next technique I’d honestly like to try is stamping directly on the wax paper or even trying to dry emboss it. Think it’ll work? I used Staz- On ink to stamp the ‘for you’ part of this card, but its faint. I think the next time, I’ll stamp directly in the background and then cover it with the wax paper. I suspect that my ink might just wipe off if I try stamping on it, but maybe I’ll be surprised. I won’t know until I try it. Experimenting is strangely gratifying and lots of fun!

This card is one that we will be making at my card club this September. You won’t just get to make one of these- we’ll be making three of them! I like this so much, I’m tempted to make five, just for myself. Additionally, the stamp set I used to create this card will be available for purchase in September, so you’re getting a sneak peek right now! How lucky! If your order reaches $50, this stamp set could be yours for $6. Its regularly $23. I will have it on hand at our card club, but you’re more than welcome to purchase it yourself, too. If you decide after card club that you’d really like this stamp set (or more of the supplies we used), just make another order! At the end of September, this stamp set will no longer be available for purchase.

Unfortunately,  I’ll share the rest of the cards we’re making in tomorrow’s post because the pictures didn’t want to load! So, please come back tomorrow to see more. I hope this inspires you to come check out my card clubs happening in September- one on the 16th in Whitecourt, and another on the 30th in Edmonton.

How does card club work? There is a fee involved- this club is $26.50. It covers the supplies you’ll need to make all of our cards. If you don’t use up all the supplies that you purchase, that’s fine. They’re yours to keep! We’ll be making 16 cards in total! Not a bad deal for $26, if you ask me. For this particular event, I’ll also be supplying the paper you need. Regularly, I would just cover the ink, stamps, stamping blocks and any other miscellaneous tools we’ll need to use.

Every month, each person in our club gets to play hostess, which enables her to receive products for free based on everyone’s orders. I would need 4 individuals to commit in order for this to work. The more participants we have, the more free products the hostess will get! Its initially going to run until November, upon which we’ll take a break for Christmas, and resume again in the new year. Our last card club will be held in June, before summer holidays begin. The fee will never be more than $30 CAD. A cutting guide will be included (free of charge if you’re part of my card club) so that you’ll be able to complete your cards after you get home. If that happens. If not, you’ve still got a cutting guide to use in the future!

The cutting guide is available to everyone to purchase, whether you live in Canada or not- even if you’re not part of card club! I still need to explore a price on that, but ballpark figure I think it’ll be $10. (But, I’m still working on smoothing out the kinks. Stay tuned!)

Reserve your spot early. Supplies should be ordered by the first of September if you’re coming to the September 16th event, and no later than the 15th if you’re coming to the September 30 event. Ideally, I’d like all attendees confirmed by RSVP’ing to one of the events I’ve posted to Facebook. I’ll share them below so you’re not scouring the net looking for them!

Whitecourt Event

Edmonton Event

Lastly, don’t forget about the Mid-Summer Fiesta CTMH Online Crop I’m hosting in a couple of weeks! I’d love to see you there! I have a few challenges and prizes lined up. Its going to be fun and relaxing!

CTMH Hello Foxy SOTM

Happy Monday! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I did- I scrapped with a dear friend for a bit on Saturday afternoon, and then more dear friends, our children and pets took in the Pets in the Park event in Edmonton yesterday. The highlight for me was meeting Jann Arden. So cool! (It will be scrapbooked one day. Just sayin’!)

If you  can remember back to last week, I mentioned I had some housekeeping items to take care of, and I got around to one of them before the weekend trashed my plans. The last one I’d like to share with you (for now), is this:

The picture above is a graphic of our stamp of the month, called Hello Foxy. Its super adorable, and I’ve made some really cute cards and layouts using it! This stamp set is just $6 (Canadian), when you make an order on my website totalling $50 (or more). Its like our gift to you for making a purchase and being loyal customers. I want you to feel special. Why wouldn’t you want to get a good deal on a quality set of stamps to create with? Here’s just a sample of what I made using this wonderful stamp:

 


Excuse the unedited version of this picture. I think I deleted most of my previous projects over the past couple weeks, and this is all that showed up in my gallery when I uploaded it. You get the idea, though. I absolutely love that I’m able to color most of the images in this stamp set using my ShinHan markers. Watercolour pencils, pencil crayons and watercolour paints would work, as well. Aren’t the foxes adorable?! They’re my favourite part- so is the floral wreath. I used both those stamps the most when I created with it over the last two weeks. You’d enjoy it, too. I know you would!

Once again, this stamp set is marked down to $6 when you make a $50 order (both online, and when its placed with me); regularly, its over $25! ($27, to be exact.) Talk about big savings! The worst part is, there’s just a couple days left to claim it for yourself, and then a new stamp set will take its place! So, don’t miss out. Live with no regrets. 😀

For now, this will be all the housekeeping I will share with you, but don’t fret! I’ll be back at it again at the beginning of July with more specials! Stay tuned for all the deets! Tomorrow, I’ll share my latest layout with you. I hope it inspires you.