World Card Making Day Blog Hop!

The ink, adhesive and tools for this product were supplied by Clearsnap and their Partenrs.

Hi! Thanks for joining the World Card Making Day Blog Hop hosted by Clearsnap! If you arrived here from Abby's blog, you're in the right place! I used the Clearsnap Rollagraph Film Strip Design Wheel to roll out a frame to create a creepy reel of clip art images for my Halloween card. The Film Strip Design Wheel is so fun to use that my husband even gave it a roll! I'm going to show you how I created my film strips today. I think this is one of the most versatile designs and I use it for crafts all year long.

Stop One: Insert the Film Strip Design Wheel into a standard Rollagraph Handle, ink up with Dragonfly Black Pigment Ink, and roll the design onto a piece of vellum paper. Apply Black Embossing Powder over the pigment ink and heat to set.

Step Two: Cut the center of each film strip away to create space for photos. Trim clip art to size and glue images to the back of the film strips. Note: The cutting tools shown were supplied to my by Westcott Brand. You can purchase this creepy Jeepers Creepers Clip Art from Gecko Galz.

Step Three: Confession time: I don't make a lot of cards and I never measure anything! I cut a piece of black cardstock down to an A2 size card base and then trimmed down pieces of patterned paper from the Graphic 45 Rare Oddities collection to various sizes. I ink the edges of all the papers with the NEW colors of ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink.

Step Four: Assemble the card. Attach the film strips to the card using Dodz XL for extra dimension.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Ink and card making go hand-in-hand so we have brought some of our fabulous creative members together to share their love of cards with you. Be sure to stop at each blog on the hop and leave a comment, pin, and more to enter to win - use the handy widget on the Clearsnap Blog to enter. What are we giving away? A card maker's dream set of inks, that's what!

Here's the complete hop order: 

Clearsnap Supplies:
Rollagraph Film Strip Design Wheel
Rollagraph Handle (Standard)
ColorBox Embossing Powder - Black
ColorBox Pigment Ink - Dragonfly Black
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink - Black Cherry, Butter, Fawn, Harvest, Mint, Plumeria

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Supplies:
Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L - Dodz XL 
E-Z Runner Permanent Strips Refillable Dispenser

Westcott Brand Supplies:
Westcott Craft Titanium 4-inch Non-Stick Scissors - Pink
Westcott Titanium Bonded Razor Paper Cutter - Purple


  1. This is amazing! LOVING the film strips, the colors and the flowers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I have fallen in love with film strips - how cool there is a roller stamp for them
    the card is so fun and love all those layers
    thanks for sharing

    Barb Housner

  3. i love that film strip roller! thanks for the inspiration and chance to win.

  4. Love the film strip. Fun card..thanks 4 sharing.

  5. OMGosh! How cool is this card? I love everything about, especially the filmstrip and photos used. So creative!

  6. Love how you made your spooky film strip. Hugz

  7. Wow, this card is amazing!! I love the texture and layering and that film strip puts it over the top. Thanks so much for sharing.

  8. This is fantastic looking love those little vintage camera strips tfs hugs Nikki

  9. It's stunning, gorgeous card!

  10. I love the blend of color on this card Dana!

  11. What a fun and spooky card!! Love the filmstrip idea. All the collaged elements look fabulous together!!!
    <3 J

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