Friday, April 28, 2017
Thursday, April 27, 2017
4.Arranged the digis in a way to the card base to get a pleasant card
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
I used the Bear Love and Always Pick You sets for this project.
First I printed the two digital sets in the desired size, I then used my Scan N Cut to cut the Bear and a set of the flowers.
I then used some rectangle stitched dies to cut out the tombstone layers, and a hillside stitched to cut the lawn. I used a postage stamp die to cut out the background later. I used Summer Sky "fireworks" spray from Imagine Crafts to spritz the background.
The sentiment is from the Bear Love set and I used MS Paint to size it properly, color the background and then printed.
I used my Spectrum Noir alcohol markers to color the bear and flowers/vase. At this point, I used Kaisercraft double stick tape to adhere the background, hillside, and bear. I used my Xyron X to adhere the smaller stone cut to the larger as well as the little sentiments and the flowers. I used dimensional foam to adhere the tombstone and the sentiment and my project was complete.
I hope you have enjoyed this project. Please come back tomorrow to see what Shylaa has made for you. Please be sure to follow our blog.
Always Pink You
Bear: GB8/GB9, True Black, TB4 and DP1
Imagine Crafts: Fireworks Shimmer Spray in Summer Sky
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
I love these feet sticking out of the water, so I just had to use this image! I used an oval die to cut the image, cutting around the pussy willows so they remained free. Then I matted this on a larger oval.
Don't you love it?
Be sure you visit in the store to see all the fun products available.
So happy you stopped by.
Monday, April 24, 2017
Sunday, April 23, 2017
As you can see above, it is a chock full set with three cute bunnies and a number of sentiments and embellishments for your card making or paper craft projects. A versatile set too - suitable for many occassions - Easter, Mothers Day, Fathers Day and birthdays just to name a few. The background of this card uses a gelli print that I did some time ago - I like to mono print a number of backgrounds and then use them as I see fit at the time - they could be used for a card, planner page or scrapbook layout. Whilst it's tricky to see in the photo, the shine of the metallic paints in this piece is just lovely. Let's take a closer look...
The bunny and flowers were coloured using Zig Clean Colour Real Brush pens. I am still learning to colour with these but like the watercoloured look they provide. The sentiment 'Hoppy Mothers Day' was coloured using these pens also. Let's take one last close up look at that cute bunny....
Thanks again for joining me and I hope you will pop on over to the Sunsational Stamps online shop at http://sunsationalstamps.com/shop/ and blog at http://sunsationalstamps.com/blog/ to see the amazing work by the Design Team - such a talented bunch! Until next time....
Saturday, April 22, 2017
Thursday, April 20, 2017
This art journal spread was designed using the You Take The Cake digi stamp set.
You Take The Cake Set
See you soon.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
You take the cake set
Some coloured flowers, sequins and ink.
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
I used the duck and nest from the first collection and the shell from the second collection to make this sliding pop-up card.
I've made sliding pop-up cards before, but this is the first time I made it in the horizontal or landscape orientation. Making it this way allows for a wider image, and that's what I wanted for this l'il duck.
But I want to tell you a bit more about how I combined the various digis to make this image. First, I imported all the images into my Silhouette. Working with the duck first, I placed his feet where I wanted them, knowing I wanted them to peek over the top of the nest.
With the nest, I made two copies. On one, I erased the top pieces as I wanted to place it in front of the duck. The second nest, I placed behind the duck.
The final touch was to erase the bunny from under the egg shell and then placed the shell on the little duck's head. Here's a closer look:
For the card, itself, I started by printing and cutting mats of digital patterned paper from the Adorableness Kit by Traci Reed. I matched it to Melon Mambo, Summer Sun and Garden Green card stocks for the mats and card base.
On the reverse, a simple congratulations on the birth of a daughter.
The beauty of this 3D card is that it closes flat for mailing. And here's a look at that:
I'll see you in two weeks with another card. In the meantime, if you want to take a look at all the photo-polymer and digital stamps Sunsational Stamps, just click here.
Monday, April 17, 2017
Hi there Crafty Friends,
I’m back this week with a Mother’s Day card using a fun image from Sunsational Stamp’s “Hoppy Set”. This stamp set is new and you can find it in the Sunsational Stamps Store.
With the help of my Silhouette Cameo and some digital papers, I set to work making this sweet card. The first thing I do when I create any card is to design it in my Silhouette Cameo software. This allows me to visualize what my end product will be and helps me to keep things organized when it comes time to put the card together. Here is a peek at what a typical design would look like when I set it up in my Cameo software.
I have each piece laid out on my virtual mat with the digital papers chosen (the two pieces off to the right-side will need to be printed and cut on a second piece of paper). I also have a template off to the left hand side of what I want the card to look like once it’s assembled. Once I am happy with the design, I will print it off and then send it to my Silhouette Cameo to cut each piece.
I used a couple of my Copic markers to color the bunny and the hearts. I brushed the edges of the bunny circle with a sponge brush and some Stampin’ Up Cameo Coral ink. I also brushed the edges of the sentiment with some Close To My Heart Sea Breeze ink.
I hope you have enjoyed my card today. I’ll be back in two weeks to share another fabulous Sunsational Stamp card. In the meantime, don't forget to check out all the other photo-polymer and digi stamps in the Sunsational Stamps Store.
Sunday, April 16, 2017
This Easter card was so much fun, I wanted to create something different. To create this card I copied two Hunny Bunny stamp on white cardstock. Using the cut out I then traced one on the printed paper and the other on the lilac colored paper. With spectrum noir I colored the bunny which will used as the facing of this card. Using scissors I cut around the outline of the head and body making it into two separate pieces.
ASSEMBLY: I attached the ears by gluing small piece of cardstock making a folding edge to ease the flip. The body part was assembled in the same manner except that the cardstock covered the entire bottom part. To hide all the assembly cardstock I covered it with the printed paper giving it a clean looking card.
On the front part of card I cut out black cardstock and glued the wording to it also added two easter egg pins on each side.
You may view my other projects from sensational stamps on my blog http://scrappylorrhen.blogspot.ca/
Saturday, April 15, 2017
Friday, April 14, 2017
Thursday, April 13, 2017
I am Shylaashree here to share an inspiration on Spring
- First i have printed the digital images on the 170 gsm cardstock and coloured with Staedtler watercolour pencils, fussy cut the images and kept it ready
- Used watercolours to colour the background of the cardbase. Added the distressed lawn panel over it.
- Adhered the little creatures over the card with foam tape.
- Cloud is a diecut.