Chocolate Makes Everything Better

I started the card using a 110 lb cardstock and used the U Bridge Card Die Set from Stamp Anniething. It allows you to create this fun fold card simply and a photo of the dies are below.

U Bridge Card Die

This die cuts several pieces and score lines you will need to use by your bone folder down the scored edges to smooth and crisp folds.

I used the 6×6 coordinating paper pack and selected the coordinating paper to create the scene using the die and then gluing the patterned papers onto the base card previously cut out of the white cardstock with liquid glue.

Overhead view to show dimension
Closer view to show miniature candy after hitting the shrink plastic. You can use the builder stencil, instead. See site for coordinating products.

COPIC Combos Used:

  • Uniforms Light Pink – RV32, RV10 and RV00
  • Uniform Maroon – R37, R39 and RV99
  • Red Hair – YR23, YR12, YR14, YR18, E97 and E07
  • Blonde Hair – E71, E70, N4 and E000
  • Skin Tones for both – E04, E11, E21, E00 & E000 with R20 for cheeks and R39 for lips
  • Chocolates – B66, E49, E27 and E77
  • Tablecloth – BG000, BG72, BG75 and BG70
  • Sign – RV34, RV32, RV10 and RV00
  • Use white gel pen for accents on chocolate and wherever you would like.
  • Black colored pencils used for extra shadow emphasis

Please reach out if you have questions. Please support small business and shop http://www.scrappyboy.com, as well as http://www.StampAnniething.com for the U-Bridge Die.

Ever Since We Said I Do……

Scrappy Boy Design Team Project – May 2, 2022

I had so much fun making this card with my husband, Louie. We grew up watching the show that inspired this month’s release and we enjoyed reminiscing as I colored up the images with my Copic markers.

I tried to keep this card’s color palette simple… combining a soft pink with grayscale tones. The Copic Markers used on this project are photographed below. For her lips, I used R81.

This release is so much fun. There are two 6×8 stamp sets and coordinating outline dies, coordinating stencils and the cutest coordinating paper packs in both 6×6 and slimline. See http://www.scrappyboy.com to check out all Sean has to offer.

I used Scrappy Boy’s A2 Stitched Scalloped Edge Dies. They cut like butter and are powder-coated in Scrappy Boy Blue, which helps me tell my dies apart from others.

The inside of the card, with a special red heart in the corner to finish off this card