Tag Archives: Comic Half Tone Dots

Cheery Hedgehugs Card

HedgeHugs

What’s life without a little color? I used some i-crafter inks and stamps to make a happy little hedgehog card! Isn’t this guy cute?! I grabbed the Comic Half Tone Dots Stamp Set and stamped a happy dotted background for my card. I used just the large circular stamp and a bunch of i-crafter hybrid […]

Positive Thoughts Mini Terrarium Shaker

Scattered Thoughts

A little bit of stamping, a little bit of die cutting, and a fun little shaker window is all it takes to build a clean and simple terrarium shaker with i-crafter goodies! I stamped a border at the bottom of my card using a stamp from the Comic Half Tone Dots Stamp Set and Majestic […]

Graphic Happy Birthday

Hello! Ardyth here with a bold graphic (and very easy!) birthday card using Comic Halftone Dots stamps and the Happy Birthday sentiment from the Happy Birthday wiper die set. I started by stamping the rectangle half tone stamp on a panel of white cardstock, using a stamp positioner tool. Then I flipped the panel over […]

WOW! It’s Your Day Slimline Birthday Card

Comic Words

  It’s Karen Aicken here from Painted Mountain Cards, and I’m sharing my Inspiration Team post today using several new products from i-crafter’s May release. I knew I wanted to make a trendy Slimline card and the colours I chose make this a great masculine card!     I usually decorate the inside of my […]

Elephant Birthday Card

I’m just so in love with the Cosmic Flare Stencil from i-crafter! I have a quick video tutorial for this cutie birthday card! This card was super easy to create! I tacked the Cosmic Flare Stencil onto my card and ink blended Lemon Drop Hybrid Ink over the stencil. This stencil is so fun because […]

Using the Cosmic Flare Stencil to make a Father’s Day Card

Trophy and Pennants

Good morning! Ardyth here with one of my favourite products from the May release – the Cosmic Flare stencil! At first glance this stencil looks like a regular sun-rays stencil, but take a closer look and you’ll see that one half has wider rays than the other. This gives flexibility to use one end or […]