This is my new favorite stamp by Just Rite Paper Craft called Tufted Vintage Labels Seven Background Stamp and it is a WHOPPING 4 1/2″ X 5 3/4″! Truely a wonderful stamp! I stamped with purple and added violet jewels that look purple in the photo.
This is for my son and daughter-in-law’s 15th Anniversary! Prayers for Love and Blessings this year and for the next 70+ years at least!
JustRiteStampers: Chal. #113 – In The Background
AddALittleDazzle: Dazzling Diva Chal. #10 – Anything Goes
Flourishes: Timeless Tuesday #256 – 2014 Pantone Color
Today’s card was stamped with A Cowboy Thing from Mark’s Finest Papers. I heat embossed the bottom square with gold EP and the top with red EP.
SimonSays: Cowboy Challenge
For today’s card used Buffalo Spring by Mark’s Finest Papers to stamp the background and again on the oval for the focal point. I used orange mulberry paper for the vertical banner and colored vellum for the 2 horizontal banners and stamped the sentiment with Versamark & heat embossed with black EP. I used Elmer’s Spray Adhesive to attach the banners.
Now I’m thinking this is pretty funny, however I guess we’ll have to wait & see how the sentiment hits the recipient!
SimonSays: Lets Have a Laugh
MyFavoriteThings: Card Sketch 160
Today’s Thank You card is stamped with Chalkboard Thank You by Our Daily Bread Designs with Versamark and heat embossed with light pink embossing powder, and it’s the first time I have used it. I cut out the soft green background with Wavy Rectangles by Spellbinders. I couldn’t find this die set on their web store, but I found it HERE.
OurDailyBread: ODBDSLC187 – Inspiration Challenge
Flourishes: Timeless Tuesdays #255 – In with the New
JustRiteStampers: JustRite Friday Chal. #112 – Color Inspiration
I had fun with today’s card. I stamped the focal image with Stately Flowers 1 by Melanie Muenchinger at GinaK Designs and the sentiment is stamped with Hope Grows by Theresa Momber. I colored the Columbine flower with the colors or the columbines we see here in Oregon with LuminArte Powdered pigments. Color Blocks were embossed with Cuttlebug embossing folders: Leafy Branch, Divine Swirl & Wicker Weave. Frame is cut with Spellbinders Nestability die called Floral Ovals.
Cas-UalFridays: CAS – CFC126- Color Blocks
SimonSays: Emboss It (Dry, heat or paste) (wed)
SimonSays: Anything Goes (Mon)
For today’s shinny snow scene I stamped with GDK stampset called Life is Good by Theresa Momber, they can be found at StampTV. I stamped the house 2 times & Heat embossed with white EP and the third time I heat embossed with Black.
Just for the roof I used Liquid Applique by Marvy Uchida. Before heating with my heat gun I sprinkled LuminArte Heavenly White powdered pigments and also a few sprinkles of a white shiny, long fibered flocking material. Then I started heating from the back side to start with because the powders want to fly if blasted on the front to begin with, then turned & finished “puffing” the Liquid Applique. I cut it out and glued to the top of the black embossed house that I had colored with Copics.
The third stamping was on my oval using white EP. Then using an exacto knife I carefully cut around the snow covered shrubs in front of the house and slipped the colored house behind the slit made with the knife. To finish I used glitter glue to highlight the snow in the yard.
I used striped paper and also sanded to bring out the stripes that are on the bottom of Spellbinders 3D M-Bossabilities Framed Labels 18.
Finally I added 3 vintage buttons on the bottom, it killed me to remove them from the paper old paper card & I just realized, I didn’t even take a picture of them on their original store card! Pooh!
StampTV: STV14MON2 – It’s Your Time to SHINE
SimonSays: Anything Goes (Monday Challenge)
TuesdayThrowdown: Chal #178 – Stripes
TheHouseThatStampsBuilt: What if Wednesday – Sketch J814
Flourishes: Timeless Tuesdays FTTC254 – Button Up
ModSquadChallengeBlog: Use Snow on Project
For today’s Pink, Black & White card I stamped the butterflies from Faith by Our Daily Bread with Versamark and heat embossed with Black EP. I cut the large oval with my new Spellbinders Nestability die called Floral Ovals (it is now among my top favorites in my collection). The focal oval is cut out with a discontinues Spellbinders Nestabilities set called Petite Ovals LG which is similar to Spellbinders Nestabilities Classis Ovals LG
The black flower lace is from Michaels. The side view on the right shows how dimensional and fluffy they are. The front view of the card makes me think of a little “pill box” hat that my big sister wore back in the early 60′s.
This was so much fun making this Steampunk wall hanging/birthday card for my 14 year old grandson! The picture on the right is the back which I covered with paper from KaiserCraft called Periwinkle Collection P942. For the front I First I covered the front of a piece of chipboard with Aluminum tape cut in odd sizes & shapes, overlapping the edges. Then I pounded the heads of different screws (with a hammer) along the seams for the look of “rivets”. Then I covered the entire surface with Carmel Alcohol Ink by Ranger. Then I brushed black paint along the seams and wiped off so that it just emphasized the “rivets” and seams. Then I used ephemera from Tim Holtz: I found the tiny playing cards by Tim Holtz at Michaels, but couldn’t find a link to them. And also the following items:
SimonSays: Anything Goes (Mon. Chal)
Today’s project is a card with a giant tag and the bookmark is a laminated tag. I used stamps from A Year of Boarders by Melanie Muenchinger by Melanie Muenchinger for the strips of butterflies and Hope Grows by Theresa Momber for the greenery and sentiment both on the card and the back of the Bookmark as seen on the right.
The large butterfly on the card was cut out with Exotic Butterfly small #2 by Doilies & Exotic Dies. I adhered it to the card with Glossy Accents and then covered the top of butterfly & filled in the cutouts with Glossy Accents also. The butterflies on the back of the Bookmark were cut with Exotic Butterfly small also by Doilies & Exotic Dies.
I colored the Boarder of Butterflies with copics markers and the covered with my Versamark Pen and heat embossed twice with clear Embossing Powder. The boarder below the butterflies was punched with Diamond Boarder Punch by Fiskars.
GinaKDesigns: GKD2014GUESTFEB3 – Tag it
MyFavoriteThings: MFTWSC159 – Wednesday SketchSimonSays: Emboss It – Dry or Heat or Paste (Wed.)