Hi everyone! I’m Debi Adams and I’m here with a healthy approach to card and craft making! Just take a look at what you can create with my Market Fresh collection. So fun, easy and colorful! Let’s start making now.
The tea towel is one of my favorites. You will need the following items for all projects:
Cotton Tea Towel
Fabric Paint-Your Choice of Colors
Micron Black Pen
Thick or Several Sheets of Thin Poly Foam
Die-cut the Lemon and Leaves from two pieces of poly foam or 1 piece if it’s thick. Use adhesive to adhere the foam together and then to the acrylic block. This creates a stamping image.
I like to make a palette with my paint so I put a bit on a paper plate. You can apply the paint to the stamp by brushing it on or by using a brayer. Whatever makes it easiest for you. Sometimes I make the paint a thin layer and stamp the image directly into the paint.
When the paint is dry, go back and outline everything with a micron pen.
Orange, Yellow, White and Green Cardstock
Orange, Yellow and Green Ink
Die-cut the Orange, the slices, flower and leaves from orange, yellow, white and green cardstock.
Apply ink to the pieces with a foam applicator, using orange ink on the yellow piece, etc.
Adhere all the pieces to the lid of the jar.
Tie ribbon around the edge. Attach a tag with a sentiment if desired.
Aqua, Teal, Yellow, Green and White Solid Cardstock
Patterned “Sentiment” Paper
Die-cut Lemons and leaves from yellow, teal, and green cardstock.
Create a card base from aqua paper.
To create a shadow effect, adhere the teal-colored Lemons in place then adhere Lemons and Lemon slices slightly off of the teal pieces.
Trim and attach sentiment pieces.
Kraft, White, Green and Black Cardstock
Die-cut two Bags.
Use score lines to create folding pattern.
Adhere sides together, then close bottom.
Attach a strip of paper for handle.
Die-cut Leaves, Flower and Tag from cardstock.
Attach to Bag.
Striped Patterned Paper
Orange, White,Yellow and Green Cardstock
Create a card using the striped patterned paper.
Die-cut the Orange and its pieces using the colored cardstock.
Adhere all pieces to card front.
Attach a tag with a sentiment using twine.
So did you have a favorite? Did you change yours up a bit? Would love to see your creation!
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