Tag Archives: Cosmic Flare Stencil

Thanks A Latte

Pumpkin Spice season is upon us and today I have a pumpkin spice latte inspired card. For this card I started by stamping the take away cup image onto white cardstock. Then I also stamped one on masking paper. I cut the masked image out then placed it over the image on the cardstock. Then […]

Guest Designer – Justin Averill – Back For More!!

Hello Everyone! I am so excited, and, honestly, a little sad at the same time, to be sharing my 2nd and final project as an i-Crafter Guest Designer! First things first. This project has a sister post over on the i-Crafter blog, so be sure to head on over there and give them some love! When I received […]

i-crafter with Sassy and Crafty Blog Hop

We are so excited to share some fun Comic inspired projects showcasing our Cosmic Flare stencil, Comic Words dies, and Sassy and Craft’s “Sassy Girls – Sweet.”  Our teams have dreamed up some pretty fantastic projects! We appreciate you stopping by and hope that you are as inspired by these awesome works of art. Thank […]

Unbe-Leaf-Able Birthday Card – Positively Plants stamp set

Hello my crafty friends and welcome to today’s blog! I am featuring the i-crafter new June stamp set Positively Plants and the Cosmic Flare stencil. These are the i-crafter products I used with this card Positively Plants Stamp Set Cosmic Flare Stencil This is a fun stamp set. You can layer the plants over each other for […]

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

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 […]