Saturday, April 17, 2021

Monochromatic Tulips Scrappy Tail Crafts

 Hello Friends Waleska Galindo with you again to share a new card using the Outlined Tulip Assortment Dies, I already shared a card with this beautiful die some weeks ago, but I decided to share with you more ideas on how to create beautiful and easy cards with it.  I hope you like my card today and can be inspired by it.


To create this card I started by choosing the color combination, I was very inspired by this red cardstock I had, I then went to my Oxide Ink color swatch and look for some colors that can go well with it,  I decided to use Festive Berries and Tattered Rose.  I ink blend a white card base starting from the darkest color and blending the light color to make a good blend.  I splash some water to this panel and set is aside to dry.

I then cut one of the tulips multiple times with the red cardstock and also some stems and leaves.  I ink blend another panel with the same colors and cut the tulips to use the inside parts with the red tulips that already cut before, I glue them together. I arrange three tulips in the left corner of my card front and adhere them together with 3D foam tape.  I added the sentiment and some beautiful embellishments and as simple as that you have your beautiful and easy Monochromatic card.

I hope you have an amazing weekend, and have some time to create! This and many other great products are available on the shop now.




Monday, April 5, 2021

Birds on a Tree New Scrappy Tail Release

  Hello Friends Waleska here to share  with you some of the new and beautiful Release from Scrappy Tail Crafts.  The products I used were the Spring Birds and the Slimline Woodgrain Background, I hope you like my card as much as I do!


To start this card I die cut the Slimline Woodgrain Background from Kraft cardstock and I inked this pieces with Oxide Ink Vintage Photo I then glue this piece to another kraft cardstock backing. I die cut a circle to this piece and inked this piece to be darker with the same oxide ink.  I stamped the branches that come on the Spring Birds also on Kraft cardstock and I hand cut them.

I then stamped and colored the birds from the same stamp set I was again inspired by some beautiful birds I found online.  So this birds and their colors are actually real.

I then glue the birds and branches to the main panel.  I finally added this panel to an orange card base and added some sequins..

The sentiment is inside the card.   I hope you like my card today and can be inspired by it! have a great Saturday remember to stay safe and stay crafty.

Waleska Galindo

Sunday, March 21, 2021

Scrappy Tail Crafts Blog Hop Home is Where Mom is

Welcome to the Scrappy Tails Craft’s Home is Where Mom is blog and video hop! Today, we are hopping along to celebrate the launch of the new release! Each designer along the hop will be showcasing products from the new release, so there will be plenty of Mother’s Day and Spring time inspiration! Hop along and leave your comments on each person’s blog and video to enter into the chance to win one of three $25 gift certificates to the Scrappy Tails Craft’s website! The more comments you leave, the more opportunities to win! Be sure to subscribe to the Scrappy Tails Youtube channel to enter the giveaways, and also consider subscribing to all of the designer’s blogs and videos. The hop ends on Thursday, April 1st at 11:59 PM EST. Winners will be announced on the Scrappy Tails Crafts Youtube channel on Friday, April 2nd. If you see something that catches your eye as your hopping along, be sure to use our design team member’s affiliate links listed in their blogs and video descriptions! This is no added cost to you, it’s just a fun way to support our crafty friends! 


I started by die cutting the Whimsical Layering Daisies dies in white cardstock, I wanted to create a beautiful color combo for this daisies so I googled and search for my inspiration, at the end I decided to use this as my inspiration:

Some beautiful orange and pink daisies.  To recreate this tones I used oxide inks in colors  Dried Marigold and Picked Raspberry. I started in the center with the picked raspberry and the inked the rest of the flower trying to blend this two colors together.
I then die cut the stems and colored them with oxide ink Twisted Citron and adhere them to the flowers.  The center pieces of my flowers I colored them with copic marker Y15 and add them Lawn Fawn Chunky Glitter for some sparkle.

For the background of my card I used Stormy Sky Oxide ink and some water splashes.  I adhere all the flowers to make them look like they are all on a field full of daisies and finally I added some sequins for even more sparkle.

I hope you like my card today and can be inspired by it! Let the inspiration begin!

Scrappy Tails Crafts

Waleska Galindo---you are here

Stamping Imperfection

Lollipot’s n Polka dots

Ilina Crouse

Monica Edwards

Kristina Hein

Jackie Pasko

Thank you so much for joining me today! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Remember to stay safe and stay crafty and don't forget to visit the Scrappy Tail Crafts Shop!


Saturday, March 20, 2021

Whimsical Layering Daisies from Scrappy Tail Crafts

 Hello Friends Waleska here to share a very colorful card celebrating the first day of spring today for this card I used the beautiful Whimsical Layering Daisies, I hope you like my card as much as I do!


To start this card I die cut many of the Whimsical Daisies, this set comes with different sizes, for my card today I used the big size of daisies I also die cut the stems with white cardstock.  I then choose Seedless Preserves Oxide Ink to color this beautiful flowers inspired on a post of one of my dear Crafty Friends Dani from Love Dani Studio.

Aren't this flowers just beautiful!!! I then used an eyeshadow make up applicator to put the ink on the flowers starting in the middle and shading all the flower petals.  I love the effect you can achieve with this small eyeshadow shadow applicators.

I then glue two of the daisies for a layering look and put the center of the flowers that I colored with Y13 Copic color and I added Chunky glitter for some shine.  I adhere the stems to the flowers and I glue them to a panel that I inked with Speckled Egg Oxide ink.

I finally added the sentiment and some sequins for even more sparkle! I hope you like my card today and can be inspired by it! have a great weekend remember to stay safe and stay crafty.

Waleska Galindo

Monday, February 22, 2021

Easter Eggs - Scrappy Tail Crafts

  Hello Friends, Waleska here to share with you some card ideas...   My project, today is all about Easter, is it too early what do you think? I used some new fun dies from the latest Release.  You can find this dies many other beautiful products at the Scrappy Tails Shop.


I started by die cutting the eggs from the Spring Essentials Metal Dies from white cardstock.  To color this eggs I wanted to use some spring colors, to do that I used  Nuvo Shimmer Powders in colors: Solar Flare, Violet Brocade and Atlantis Burst.  I put a little of this powders and add them some water, a little goes a long way with this powders, and color the eggs, the eggs look so fun with this colors mixed together.

I then added some of this same color powders to a white card base and used this piece to create two cards.  

I added the colored eggs to the cards, I used foam tape to raise the eggs and finally I added the sentiment with gold cardstock and some sequins.

I love how this two cards turned out and the soft colors give this card a total Easter feel.

Thank you so much for joining me today! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Remember to stay safe and stay crafty and don't forget to visit the Scrappy Tail Crafts Shop!


Monday, February 8, 2021

Gold and Pink Butterfly Pop Up Card for Scrappy Tail Crafts

 Hello Friends, it is time again for another post from me!!!  I am very excited to share with you my project, today I used a bunch of fun dies from Scrappy Tails you can find at the shop I hope you like it!



I started first with the vase of this fun Flower Vase Pop Up card to do that I die cut all the pieces to create it, you need two of the vase pieces and 4 inserts.  You can also check out Sabrina's youtube video for a more detailed explanation here.  I glue this two vase pieces together and then I used oxide inks in colors Spun Sugar  and Picked Raspberry and I also added some water splashes for more texture.  I also put the four inserts inside the vase so I could add my elements.  You can put anything you want inside this vase, flowers, eggs, roses, tulips or butterflies.....

I then cut a bunch of butterflies from the Spring Essencials dies  with gold cardstock, I really wanted a golden look to this card.  I also trace the butterflies from the same colors I used for the base to adhere in the back of the butterflies.for a pop of color. I used a clear cake container plastic I recicled to cut strips and I adhere them in the back of some of my butterlies so they look like they are flying around this card.

I finally start assembling my card by adhering the butterflies all aound the vase, I also adhered a gold XOXO word to a strip of the clear packaging and added to the center of the vase, the words look like they are floating so awesome!!  

I finally thought that it was missing something so I splashed some Gansai Tambi gold Starry Color watercolors on the vase to integrate the gold from the butterflies to the vase.

Thank you so much for joining me today! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Remember to check out the newest release from Scrappy Tail Crafts at the shop!


Saturday, January 23, 2021

Rainbows and Poppies for Scrappy Tail Crafts

Hello Friends, Waleska here excited to be with you again for another fun tutorial using Scrappy Tail Products...Today I will be creating with the beautiful new Popping Poppies Stamp Set, I hope you like it!




I started by cutting stripes of different colors of cardstock, I went for a rainbow look today.

I then adhered the stripes to a front card panel and cut the excess from the sides.  For my second card I did the same thing but I also added some gold glitter cardstock between each color of cardstock.

I embossed the beautiful heart with poppies on translucent vellum with white and gold embossing powders, with this image I wanted to create a focal point on my card.

I finally adhered the vellum pieces to the center of my rainbow striped cards using glossy accents and I finally added the sentiments on black cardstock I also added some gems.

Thank you so much for joining me today! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Remember to check out the newest release from Scrappy Tail Crafts at the shop!