‘Eidi’ Gift Card Holders | Ramadan

Jummah Mubarak and Hello crafty friends! Ellen Hutson recently shared a galaxy reel of mine and I was like Ooo! I need to make some more space-ish themed cards, but I’ve also been trying to make and share more Eid inspiration, so I combined the two ideas to make these space themed Eidi gift card holders!

To create these, I started by die cutting the Reverse Confetti Gift Card Holder Cover Panel from the new Islamic Designs Cardstock Pack from The Write Aesthetic. I also created a galaxy background (more details here) and die cut 2 pieces using the insert pieces on the Gift Card Holder Cover Panel.

For the first one, I embossed a lantern image from DstampssLanterns and Little dua Makers and a sentiment from Mini Muslims stamp set with gold embossing powder and adhered it to one of the gift card holder die cuts.

For the second one, I used some images from Lawn Fawn‘s Out of this World (die cut using the coordianting dies) and I embossed the same sentiment as the first gift holder.

So grateful for these Islamic products on the market now! Makes Ramadan and Eid crafting so much easier! Make sure to check out these brands and let them know I sent you *wink*. I hope you were inspired and if you create something for Eid be sure to tag me @everydayengineered on Instagram

Happy Crafting!

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Coffee and Copics | Reverse Confetti

Hello, Hello! I managed to finish my 4th card for the Caffeinated Christmas Card ChallengeSnowflakes that ends in a few hours and wanted to quickly pop in to share it!

To create today’s card I used a stamp set from Reverse Confetti, the sponsor of this challenge!

To create this card I started by stamping on of the mug images from the Brew It stamp set in a teal color and die cut using the coordinating die. I also stamped the copics from Honey Bee StampsLet’s Get Crafty and colored them with copics (B02, 05, 12 and C00, 1, 3), before die cutting them using the coordinating dies.

To create the background I used distress oxide inks (in tumbled glass, broken china and mermaid lagoon) along with the Falling Snow Background stamp embossed in white on to some Bristol Smooth card stock. After adding the color I die cut it using the Circle of Waves die cut. I layered all the elements on to an A2 card base and finished off with a few sequins.

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope that this card inspires you to create something and you get some crafty time this weekend! 
Happy Crafting!