A few months ago, I started riding a bike again after 25 years … and I love it! Now I am paying attention to, and buying, all of those adorable stamps and papers decorated with bikes.
I fell in love with this adorable bike paper from Photoplay and thought it would go well with the new stamps from Fun Stampers Journey.
I used the circle cutter from Kreaxions to create a variety of circles. One tip … if you cut the circle out upside down, you don’t see the tiny hole the cutter creates in the paper.
Then, I stamped the image and sentiment on one of the circles and assembled the card.
I think its perfect for reminding someone not to get ruffled by life … just roll with it!
When I teach papercrafting classes, I remind students that they are artists. They may not have a degree that says so, but if you can take a concept out of your head, send it through your fingers, and create something that moves another person, you are an artist.
One of the benefits of not being professionally trained, is that you may not know the “rules,” so you are free to simply create without anyone telling you you cannot do something. Things may not work or they may come out beautifully, but it does not matter. It is all about making what your mind calls “art.”
That freedom to create is the inspiration for this card I created for my newest design team — Just Imagine Crafts — Kreaxions Punches.
I started with a circle cut out using the Kreaxions Circle Cutter and stamped the saying with Archival Ink.
Then I trimmed the circle with the cutter and added a few more.
I colored all of the pieces with Distress Ink and then ran the circles through my Xyron. And I made a card base with black cardstock and cut some glitter paper to use as the front.
I ran a brayer over the circles to make sure they adhere well to the glitter paper.
Finally, I used dimensional foam adhesive to adhere the saying.