Today is week 4 of Simply Simple. This is the card I made for today with a bit of texture added using the Dots EF. The image was stamped, embossed and colored with markers. Just a touch of ribbon and rhinestones...and done. Hope you like it.
Hop over to Jean's Blog( Bear Hugs and Inky Paws) and see what she has created.
Today's post is a card that I cased from Vicki's (It's a Stamp Thing). Check out her gorgeous card here. I did make a few changes. The colors I changed, the stamps and sentiment. I did not to cover the cute heart, so I put the sentiment in the DSP after framing it. Hope you like it. Hop over to Jean's Blog(Bear Hugs and Inky Paws) and see who she cased.
Thanks Vicki for this wonderful opportunity to cased you.
Stamps: Framed with Love, Teeny Tiny Wishes, Send a Celebration
Paper: Riding Hood red, Tangerine tango, Basic Balck, So Saffron
Ink: Basic Black, markers
Accessories: tafetta Riding Hood ribbon, pearls
Tools: eyelet punch border, dimensionals, glue dot. CE
It has been a very busy week for me, especially with my son graduating in High School. We spent dinner with family to celebrate his achievements. Maybe if I have time I can post some pics to share. Anyway, I did a project using these die cuts for magnets and I think they turned out really CUTE!!! I even created a box for them. What a wonderful way to give these as gifts.
The magnet I used has already adhesive on them, so you just have to peel and stick.
Hope you like it. If you are interested in getting the magnet/s itself already cut, please e-mail me.
It's time to play with some colors- Riding Hood Red, Mellow Moss/ River Rock, and Kraft and a Neutral-I used Whisper White. I used the stamp image from the Vintage Vogue for my background and added the Itty Bitty Shapes with pearl embellishment. The pinking hearts border punch I used on the top and bottom. The flower was done using the extralarge fancy punch. I was just playing with the flower and I came up with this. I will be more than happy to do a tutorial if anyone is interested in making it. Hope you like it.
Hop over toJean's blog(Bear Hugs and Inky Paws) and see how she played with these colors.
Once again, I am excited to offer my June Kit and Tutorial using Vintage Vogue. I wanted to create a vintage look, so I decided to go for the Neutrals. Since River Rock is a returning In Color and adding Kraft as a new color, I thought it would be a wonderful idea to incorporate them.
The kit tutorial is a step to step instructions with pictures that will help you make the cards/projects. This kit tutorial is designed for everyone-whether you are a demonstartor or not, you will be able to used this kit for class, or as a gift.
For those who ordered the 3-month Tutorial already, you will get June kit tutorial (pdf file) in your e-mail in a couple of days.
If you are interested in ordering the 3-month kit Tutorial, you may go ahead and do so and I will send April, May and June (in a couple of days) and you will get the March kit for Free in a pdf file. You will have to order the 3- month Tutorial kits to take advantage of the March kit for FREE.
It has been so much fun and so much joy designing these kits in the last 4 months.
It has given me so much inspiration that I wanted to continue providing you with stamping ideas and designs but it will be your own creation.
Thanks so much!
The next 3-month tutorial will start in August.
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Have a wonderful day stampin'
I decided to do some challenges today. I love the layout on the Mojo Monday (Mojo140) and the Color Challenge on SCS (CC272) - Real Red, Bermuda Bay, Kraft and a Neutral. I used the Happy Together set for my main image and added the Itty Bitty Bits for the center. I wanted for my image to stand out, so I used the scallop trim border and corner punches. Hope you like it.
This is Week 3 of Simply Simple and I hope you are liking the clean and simple designs. This card has simple layout with an added scallop panel. I also used a Chocolate designer paper scrap just because it needed a litte color. I finished it off with a polka dot ribbon and pearls.
Hope you like it.
Due to unforseen circumstance, Jean is unable to play today, but she will be back Thursday.
Stamps: Watercolor Trio
Paper: Tangerine Tango, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
I am pretty wiped out today, working 3 nights in a row so I do not have a post.
I do want to share this Door Prize that I have won on our last Demo meeting. It has been a while since I have won and was so excited when I did. This was a creation by Lisa, one of our newest Demonstrator. She used Orchid Opulence, Old OLive and Cottage Wall DSP. Amazing, huh ? She decorated the bag, got 2 cute note cards, hand sanitizer and lip gloss and the journal book. Totally love it !!! Thanks Lisa...You rock!!!
Now, I have to come up with the Door Prize next month.
I decided to use Sizzix die cut for my project and some textured embossing. I stamped the stem and leaves first and ran it through the Big Shot using the Square Lattice EF. I added the daisies and added the buttons in the center. I also added the corner punches to finished the card.
Hope you like it.
RECIPE: Stamps: Happiness Always, Great Greetings
Paper: Old Olive, Melon Mambo and DSP, Whisper White
Ink: Old Olive, Melon Mambo
Accessories: satin ribbon, buttons
Tools: Big Shot, Square Lattice EF, Daisy die cut, piercing tool, corner punch, circle punches
Today's post is Playing with Colors and the colors are Melon Mambo, Crushed Curry, Bermuda Bay and any Neutral/s. Two of these colors are going away and I thought it would be a great idea to incorporate these colors to your projects before they retire. For my Neutrals, I used Whisper White and Kraft. I used the flower Fusion and for the center, I used the Itty Bitty Shapes punch. Hope you like it.
Hop over to Jean's blogand see how she used these colors.
Stamps: SA Wheel Illuminated, Birthday Count
Paper: Melon Mambo, Crushed Curry, Bermuda Bay, Whisper White and Kraft
Ink: Bermuda Bay, Basic Black
Accessories: polka dot ribbon, small rhinestones
Tools: Big Shot, Floral Fusion, eyelet punch border, piercing tool
It's time to share the ATC I did this month. It's where I used ATC for my main image and then turned it into a regular A2 card. I added designer paper for my background panel to match my main image. The flowers on the ATC was stamped and stamped off. Hope you like it.
Stamps: Vintage Vogue, Hello Again
Paper: Old Olive and DSP, Pacific Point and DSP, Whisper White
This is week 2 of Simply Simple and this is the card I did-making simple card that is clean and simple and is done in 10 minutes or less. The flowers were cut and the two flowers were popped in dimensionals. Hope you like it.
10 Things About "ME" 1. I love a day to just unwind and do absolutely nothing. 2. I love my coffee in the morning. 3. and a carrot cake from AJ's. 4. I love the rain every now and then. 5. I love a good massage. 6. I love to just finish a good book in one day. 7. I love the smell of clean sheets . 8. I love Diet Coke 9. and M & M's 10. I love, love stamping but you already know that about me.
I am a bit tied up this morning and did not get a chance to post. This card was done using a stamp set that I have not inked in a while. The layout is simple but kinda cute. I stamped the flower, embossed it and colored with markers. I stamped the background panel in Whisper White and added pearls on the side. Hope you like it.
RECIPE:Stamps: Bloomin, On your Birthday
Paper: Whisper White, Baja Breeze, Tangerine Tango and DSP
Ink: Basic Black, markers
Accessories: striped grosgrain ribbon, black pearls
Today, I will start a new posting-Consider It Cased. Basically I will be casing cards/projects by talented stampers and I will be changing a few things and still call it my own design.
Here is a card that I did using the butterfly punch and turning it into a pansy flower. Dawn (Do Stamping with Dawn) did a wonderful video how you can do the flower. For my flower, I used glossy paper which made sponging really easy. The leaves were from Flower Fancy . The sentiment is from the Summer Mini. Hope you like it.
Hop over to Jean's blog(Bear Hugs and Inky Paws) and see who she cased.
Thank to Dawn for this opportunity to cased her.
Stamps:Flower Fancy, Favorite Thoughts, Framed with Love
Paper: So Saffron,Elegant Eggplant, Old Olive, Whisper White, White Glossy paper
Today, I have this card that uses the daisies die cut. But I decided to do something different and I think it turned out pretty well. I folded them inhalf and added buttons. Since the Tangerine Tango is coming back, I might as well use it- cardstock, ribbon and DSP. Hope you like it.
Stamps: Flower Fancy, On your Birthday
Paper: Whisper White, Old OLive, Tangerine Tango, Crushed Curry
Ink: Old OLive
Accessories: striped grosgrain ribbon, buttons
Tools: piercing tool, pinking hearts border punch
Thanks for stopping by. In the past weeks I received so many kind comments about the kits and the cards that I have been posting, Thank you so much-truly appreciates it.