Good morning everyone, I've got a post on the Kelly Craft blog today using some funny Jimbo Lojik stamps - they always make me laugh. Many of the sentiments are spot on and I couldn't resist creating these fun lingerie cards.
Hi everyone, it's time for a new challenge at Cornish Heritage Farms and I'd love to see your cards celebrating nature in all it's glory. I love the Birdhouse Digital Stamp - it's the perfect depiction of nature with the bird and surrounding leaves. I colored the image with Copic Markers and then fussy cut it as I wanted it to stand out against the background. I've used the Netting Backgrounder stamp, for the background, inking it with brown ink and stamping it on blue cardstock.
Across the center of the card I added strips of brown and blue and added the sentiment from the Birthday Greetings stamp set.
Don't forget to check the Cornish Heritage Farms Design Team's cards on their blogs:
Hi everyone. My first post as a member of
the EyeConnect Crafts Design Team is up on the EyeConnect Crafts blog.I am so
excited to be designing with these amazing chipboard products. If you haven't done so already, please take a look around the store and
check out the fun chipboard products available.
I've used Lace-Up Long Dress which is fabulous - check out the lace up - for the front or the back!! And, of course, I just had to pair it with a fun stamp from KellyCraft (Set B).
Stop by the store and check out all the fun products available.
It's a canvas for the new parents-to-be. And since they are having a boy, I've used lots of blue and brown. It will look awesome in the new nursery.
I've used lots of Art Anthology paints and products from Makin's Clay. Change up the color of your clay by mixing it with paint. Messy, but lots of fun. I've used clay to create Baby Boy using a mold and then I've rolled out the clay and punched baby feet.
Cute, don't you think! Please stop by the blog for all the details.
I've used Deflecto's 8" x 10" Craft Frame for this project. I began by using molding paste through the Wave and Stars Art Screens.
While waiting for the molding paste to dry, I created the background. Using white cardstock, I painted it with Sheer Copper Iridescents. Once dry, I randomly stamped the Basket1 Stamp using Canyon ink. I didn't want complete coverage so I was not careful about how/where I stamped.
To create the flowers, I stamped the Picnic1 Stamp on white cardstock using Berry Crafter's Ink. After die cutting, I edged some of the flowers with Berry Iridescents, then formed them using the handle of a paint brush. I then assembled them into clusters with brads.
The flowers were placed in the left corner using Tacky Craft Glue for a good strong bond. To adhere the yellow flower soft to the flower centers I also used Tacky Craft Glue. The leaves were die cut from white cardstock and then painted with Limelight Iridescents and edged with Deep Woods Crafter's Ink. They were then inserted amongst the flowers.
A photo was matted with 2 layers of cardstock then added to the stamped background sheet and was then inserted into the frame. The beauty of this frame is that the photo page can be changed out when you want to showcase another photo.
Please stop by everyone's blog and see their creations. And please leave some love along the way.
It's a new challenge at Cornish Heritage Farms. Did you know that today is Pandemonium day? It's a day to go with the flow and see what happens!!! Today I'd love to see your quick cards, created in 10 minutes (well, we can stretch that to 20 minutes!!) or less. Sometimes you just have to work quickly so show us what you can do.
Since I wanted to use the new Friend Expressions stamp set, I paired it with the Village Snow Scene digital stamp which I've colored with Copic Markers in specific spots just for effect (and that cuts down on the creating time!)
I die cut around the image, then added a friendship phrase from the Friend Expressions stamp set which was also die cut before adding it to the card.
There you have it. Created in about 20 minutes. Don't forget to check the Cornish Heritage Farms Design Team's cards on their blogs:
For my first card, I used Clear Scraps 6" Fern Leaf Stencil to create a background. I inked the stencil with ColorBox Pigment Ink by Teresa Collins in Passion Pink and Glitz Gold. The panel was then inked with Passion Pink and matted with brown cardstock. I tied white ribbon around the panel before adhering it to the card.
A rose stamp was inked with Passion Pink and Glam Green before die cutting. It was mounted on ovals and added to the card with foam adhesives for dimension. The sentiment was stamped in Passion Pink, die cut and then tied to the ribbon with twine.
Inside I added another panel that had been created the same as the front panel. Congratulaions Design Adhesives and Goldmine Designer Foils were included inside for a quick sentiment.
To showcase the frame, I die cut an oval in the card front and adhered the frame around the opening. Inside the card, I stamped a birthday sentiment and added a little color with Gold Lame Smooch Accent Ink.
This frame created a fun effect for a card, plus it's light weight so it won't add much to the card's weight when mailing.
To introduce the new designers, we are having a blog hop. And, to get to know us better, we have been asked to answer the following questions:
What is something you would like to learn to do?
I'd love to learn how to create videos
What’s your most-used art tool?
That would be my inks - I use them in every project
What 3 things that inspire you (yes, only 3):... 1. the change of seasons (I love the color changes) 2. new products (especially stamps) 3. flea market/vintage products What are you looking forward to? The day my son graduates from college (only 2 more years to go!) What's your favorite color? I'm not sure, but my son says it's purple. lol Tell us something random about yourself. I was born in England and moved to the US in 1965
I stamped the image twice on white cardstock. Because the design is encased in a rectangle, I wanted to cut one of the images to fit inside the other for a slight 3 dimensional look. I colored the top image entirely using ColorBox Smooch Accent Inks and then just colored the portions of the design that were outside the rectangle on the bottom layer.
The coordinating sentiment from the Butterfly Panel Clear Stamp Set was stamped on white cardstock, then the colored imaged was place beside it. I created layers of color with cardstock to coordinate with the stamped and colored image, then I've assembled them onto a card base.
Here's the blog list. Please stop by my teammates' blogs and see what they've created today.
Well, summer is in full swing and this month's theme at Scor-Pal is summer creations. We'd love to see your summer projects with more than one fold. Remember to upload your card with more than one fold to the Scor-Pal blog.
To create the envelope card, cut cardstock 4 1/4" x 11".
Score at 5 1/2" and fold.
Using Scor-Tape, adhere the panels together creating a 3 panel card.
Cut the outer panels diagonally.
Cut papers to fit the outer panels.
Using Scor-Tape along the bottom edge to form the card.
It's a new month and time for a new challenge at So Suzy Stamps. This month we are working with some awesome new stamps.
I'm using Santa Boots and the Tinsel Cheer sentiment, It doesn't matter if you are by the sea or in the snow, we know for sure that Santa will always come. But how does he spend his vacation once Christmas is over? Well he relaxes on the beach and even takes a swim.
Using Makin's Clay products- clay and Sea shell push mold - I created several shells and a Christmas tree.
Thanks for stopping by today. Don't forget to stop by the store and see all the fun new stamps available.