Heather Campbell: Queen of Fun and Cute

Kerri Heather Campbell: Queen of Fun and Cute

Kerri Miller, Managing Editor

Are you ready for it? I’m continuing my blog series “what I have learned from each of the Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking Go-to Gals” and today I’m taking a look at Heather Campbell’s cards.

Heather Campbell is the queen of fun & cute. Not just with her personality, but with her cards as well. She’s just a happy person with a smile always at the ready.

What surprised me most about Heather is that she’s a degreed Chemist and works as a Manufacturing Engineer. I love it when a scientific mind gets creative, the results are stunning as you’ll see by her cards.

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Heather Campbell, Paper Crafts Go-to Gal

Here’s what I’ve learned from Heather:

1)      It doesn’t always have to go on straight – off-kilter works! This is a lesson that I need and want to incorporate into my crafting. With a little bit of washi tape and a tilt of the hand, Heather’s card goes from good to great!

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Heather Campbell’s Bear Hugs card from p. 72 of Card Creations for Him

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2)      Fun and cute often means fussy-cutting in action. Can I just say that Heather has got some mad skills, not to mention buckets of patience, when it comes to fussy-cutting. Next time I see her, I’m going to have to ask for a demonstration. I keep thinking there needs to be a trick to speed up the fussy-cutting process!

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Heather Campbell’s Birthday Birdies card from p. 83 of Stamp It! Techniques, Vol. 2

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3)      Take the time to mask your stamping to really finish off your card. I’m always amazed at what a little masking can do for a card. Again, the fussy-cutting skills come into play here. But it’s definitely worth the effort to mask if you want to create a flat but dimensional-looking card.

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Heather Campbell’s Tired of Texting card from p. 67 of Stamp It! Techniques, Vol. 2

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Masking, fussy-cutting, stamping cutesy flowers and animals – these are just a few of the things you’ll find in a Heather Campbell card. Get out those razor-sharp scissors and get ready to do some fussy-cutting!

Happy Crafting!

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P.S. Leave me a comment and I’ll pick a winner to receive these fun and cute stamps sets from Lawn Fawn perfect for fussy-cutting and masking along with some fabulous ink colors from Hero Arts.

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Lawn Fawn Stamp Sets and Hero Arts Ink

 

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229 Responses to Heather Campbell: Queen of Fun and Cute

  1. Lindsey says:

    Heather is amazing! I love the cards and tips you shared today!

  2. Zina says:

    Thanks for the tips! Really like you cards, I’d like to be the lucky winner.

  3. {vicki} says:

    thanks for the chance to win

  4. Doris says:

    Great ideas…I love my scissors too. These look like fun to me! I appreciate the chance to win the stamps and inks.

  5. karenladd says:

    Absolutely love your adorably cute cards! Lawn Fawn is a favorite of mine and you used them to perfection!

  6. Mimi says:

    Super fun and fabulous cards! Thanks for the inspiration.

  7. Katie B. says:

    Love all of these cards! The happy birthday card is so bright and cheerful, and I agree the fussy-cutting is amazing. Great techniques. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  8. Marlena M says:

    I love the classy, CAS look of Heather’s work. Thanks for the chance to win!

  9. Lynne in NI says:

    Awww these are all fab … I especially love the Bear Hugs card :)

  10. resa says:

    Everyone is so into die cut machines now a days, I thought I was the only left who enjoyed fussy cutting!! Such cute cards!! love the first one and the last one, Heck! LOVE THEM ALL!! thanks for sharing.

  11. Fabulous cards. Absolutely love Lawn Fawn.

  12. kim teitzel says:

    cute cards! I love to fussy cut

  13. Trena P says:

    love the stamps

  14. Kym says:

    Super cute cards! I love to fussy cut and lawn fawn images are perfect for that technique! I would love to win! The Woodgrain Backdrops is on my wishlist for Valentine cards!

  15. What fabulous and happy cards!!

  16. Efrat says:

    Love the cards. Cute and great.

  17. Rita Wallinga says:

    I love the cards and the stamp sets (except for the “I love winter” saying, I am so ready for spring!! ) but really could do fun things with it. Thanks for a chance to win and for the inspirations.

  18. Chitra says:

    All the cards are fab!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  19. Yep!! LOVING Heather’s style!! Such AWESOME Creations!! I’d LOVE to win!! THANKS SO MUCH for sharing and have a Fabulous Week!! =)

  20. Melinda Wilson says:

    Thanks for the chance to win and for the great tips!

  21. Jenny McGee says:

    Cute cards. Thanks for a chance to win the stamps.

  22. Katie says:

    I love the stamps, so cute!

  23. Sheri E. says:

    I love Heather’s cards. They are so fun and colorful. Love Lawn Fawn too.

  24. wow there are a fantastic set! love them!

  25. Bethany V says:

    Such cute cards!! My fussy cutting patience only lasts so long, but I love what comes of it :) Great prize selection too!

  26. ILina Crouse says:

    Those cards are soooo cute! Thanks for the chance to win

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  28. Cynthia X says:

    I’ve been away from my computer for a while. Heather’s cards are so darn cute.

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