Welcome back to Weekly Scrapper on this beautiful winter day. I don’t know about you, but I can’t believe we are at the end of February already! Time certainly does fly by quickly, and because of that we really need to be enjoying some time for ourselves. I hope today you will be inspired to spend some of your precious time in your craft room. It is my hope that I will give you some wonderful inspiration from today’s post that will help you in your creating! Have a fabulous Saturday, my friends!
Happy Birthday By Laura Bassen
I am so excited to share a new stamp Sketchy Cities America by Simon Says Stamp. This fun new stamp gives you the skyline of Seattle. I have so many fond memories of Seattle, so I can’t wait to play with this stamp set. You will also enjoy all the wonderful sentiments that comes with this set. This is one of those cards that you could easily turn into a perfect masculine card. Don’t you just love the color blending? It really adds a great touch to this fabulous card.
For Laura’s beautiful card she highlighted the skyline by embossing it in clear, then blending several of the Altenew inks from their Sea Shore ink set. This is such a magnificent way of saying Happy Birthday! Click here and I will take you over to Laurafadora where you will be able to see a video on how Laura created this fun card. While visiting, be sure to look at some of the other fabulous cards she has created. Wouldn’t you love to be the one who receives this gorgeous card?
Hello Sweet Pea By Broni Holcombe
Are you ready for some more fun and inspiration? This is one of those “wow” cards that you can create using a few different techniques along with some fun vibrant colors. Broni really has a gift for bringing images to life with her amazing coloring skills. This is one of those cards that make you want to jump right in and create one of your own. Are you ready to begin? This digital image comes just like the image seen below. You can enlarge it or shrink it down to create the size of card that you desire.
Digital images are a great way to let your imagination run wild. The best images speak for themselves. Broni decided to watercolor these sweet pea flowers using a very casual watercoloring technique. She used a few of her Zig Clean Color pens to fill in the background and shade the blossoms. The coloring is so easy with a lot of different options of color. The rest of the work is just matting it all up. Let me escort you over to Splashes Of Watercolor where you can see the supply list needed for this card. The cards you create are so priceless and will always be treasured by the person receiving them.
Felt Dahlia Wall Art By Lia Griffith
I just had to share this Felt Dahlia Wall Art with you today. Not only does it look spectacular but it is also a breeze to put together, and the finished wreath looks fabulous on the wall. There is nothing more satisfying than receiving compliments on your own hand crafted projects. This is the kind of beauty your guests will be unable to take their eyes off, and won’t believe you hand crafted it.
This giant felt dahlia would be a great piece of art for any time of the year. It is easy to customize to fit any home decor color scheme. All you need is some felt and you can get started! This wreath is great for both indoor and outdoor decor. You can make it to match the season, a specific occasion, or just your personal style. I know you are going to want to create this fun wreath, so click here and I will take you over to Lia Griffith where Lia will give you step-by-step instructions to beautify your home. Happy crafting!
White Chocolate Blueberry Lasagna
White Chocolate Blueberry Lasagna is the perfect recipe for an easy dessert for family or friends. It’s light, easy, and no oven required! It is such a refreshing dessert, and can I say that it is such an eye catcher? It is every bit as good as it looks! Is your mouth watering yet?
This fabulous dessert is a mixture of crushed Golden Oreo cookies, with melted butter pressed into the bottom of a pan. It is followed by yummy cream cheese, butter, and cool whip mixture bursting with blueberries. On top is just a simple layer of cool whip. Vera shaved white chocolate over the top of the whip cream. You can also use white chocolate chips. I bet there will not be any left at the end of the day! Click here to get this fabulous recipe. You will be thanking me for posting this, so go ahead and give it a try!
I have really enjoyed sharing these projects with you today. I hope they have been inspiring to you. Thank you for taking the time to stop by. Whenever you are in need of additional inspiration be sure to visit Weekly Scrapper every day, and make sure to pop back here next Saturday; I promise I will have more inspiring projects for you! Enjoy your weekend!