Dragonfly Garden
Jennifer Frost
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3y ago
Dragonfly Garden (154411) was the first stamp set I got to play with from the new Stampin' Up! Mini Catalogue released last month.  I love the tranquil meadow scene it's imagery calls to mind. For the first project (above), I've embossed those pretty florals on a pool party card base background. Then I added a mix of soft pinks, enjoying some mindful colouring time with those stripy dragonfly wings.⁠ For the second project (below), I was inspired by the tones of the Dandy Garden designer series paper to draw together something a little less whimsical, something closer to nature. I sha ..read more
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Happiest of Birthdays - Bubble background sponging technique
Jennifer Frost
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3y ago
The Crafty Carrot Co turned 4 this month and to celebrate our team shared a weekend of FREE live stamping video tutorials over on our public Facebook group.  For my party project, I chose to feature the Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Set (152539).⁠ Being a sentiment only set, I had to get creative with my other decorative elements. Join me in the replay to see this fun bubble background sponging technique come together. I also explore the idea of turning our beautiful designer series papers into fussy cut embellishments.  Throughout February, the team and I will be sharing 4 new LIVE ..read more
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The 'Let's Get Hopping' Blog Hop turns 3!
Jennifer Frost
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3y ago
Three years ago I created a 'Let's Get Blogging Challenge' for some crafty friends who wanted to learn how to build a blog to share their creations online.  At the end of the challenge, I invited participants to join me in a blog hop.  Blog hops are a great way of getting exposure for your blog, but also wonderful for building relationships with other bloggers - to meet and interact and grow, not just as a blogger, but as a crafter too!  This group is certainly proof of that! Today I am breaking my blogging hiatus to join the team as they celebrate 3 years of blogging and ..read more
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[VIDEO] Background tutorial using Classic' Stampin' Inkpads
Jennifer Frost
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4y ago
Whilst I promised to share my projects exclusively over on my social feeds this year, I have to make an exception for this card.  I've had a number of requests to see how this background came together so I made a video tutorial for you all!  I hope you have fun playing along - if so don't forget to leave a comment and let me know. Follow me on socials and get in touch if there are other projects you'd love to see come together! @papercraftbyjenniferfrost INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK | PINTEREST You can shop all the supplies to make this fun project with me via emai ..read more
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Find me on socials!
Jennifer Frost
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4y ago
This year I'm sharing all my creations solely on social media. Please come and follow along! @papercraftbyjenniferfrost INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK | PINTEREST ..read more
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Shaking It with the Stampin' Fancy Friday Design Team
Jennifer Frost
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4y ago
Hello 2020! Thank you so much for visiting my blog. If you've been following my work for a while then you may have noticed I've been quiet over here. I have been crafting, but I'm finding it's so much easier to share over on social media than to write blog posts up these days. My Fancy Friday friends agree and we've decided to shake things up this year! This is our last official 'blog hop'. Moving forward we'll be taking a more modern approach and bringing inspiration to you through Instagram and Facebook @stampinfancyfriday. Fittingly, the theme for our Fancy Friday challenge today i ..read more
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Joy of Giving Tag Kit, The Crafty Carrot Co Blog Hop
Jennifer Frost
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4y ago
Next month we run our very last class series for 2019.  Over the last few years, we've chosen to feature project kits at this time of year as they are fabulous, fast and fun - perfect for a crafting fix during the busy festive season. This November, we are sharing our twist on the Joy of Giving Tag Kit. This kit comes with ready to assemble cardstock pieces, embellishments, adhesives, a stamp set and ink spot for simple projects that will take your gifts from basic to brilliant this gift-giving season. While the projects that come with the kits are amazing, the Crafty Carrot Co team enj ..read more
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Christmas Collection, The Crafty Carrot Co Blog Hop
Jennifer Frost
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4y ago
It's the Crafty Carrot Co Christmas edition!  We've got ALL your holiday craft needs covered this October. This program has all the things you love about the Crafty Carrot Co online classes, but with a twist! Each Crafty Carrot tutor will be playing with a different holiday stamp set - that's right, not one but four featured sets! Not only are we each using a different set, but we will be copying and sharing ideas from each other's tutorials so that you can see how to apply the class ideas to each of the four stamp sets. So you're essentially getting 16 project ideas for the price of 4 ..read more
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For the Men, Fancy Friday Blog Hop
Jennifer Frost
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4y ago
We are sharing ideas for male themed designs today on the Fancy Friday blog hop. The Sailing Home suite from the new catalogue was an obvious choice for me to feature.  I've been enjoying all things "Sailing Home" this past month as part of the Crafty Carrot Collective (CCCo) August series of online classes.  As a designer with the CCCo, I'd normally not be able to publically share my tutorial design with you. However, as we opened this series up FREE for all to join, I have a rare opportunity to show you my exclusive project from this month! To make this card, and see many more 'Sailing H ..read more
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Use up that DSP, Let's Get Hopping Blog Hop #23
Jennifer Frost
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4y ago
I'm always on the look out for ways to put designer series papers (dsp) to good use. The right pattern, in the right layout, can create the perfect base for deceptively quick to put together card. This layout here for instance, would work with any of those bigger, bolder patterns in your stash.  It really showcases the beautiful imagery in the papers, while a few simple embellishments and a single embossed sentiment give the maker a well-deserved sense of creative accomplishment! I'm sharing this project today for the Let's Get Hopping Blog Hop. It's our challenge this month to inspire you ..read more
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