SN Pencils: 014, 029,
034, 035, 045,057, 064,085, 088, 090, 104, 114 SN Marker: GB4 (used to color white paper flowers to match card perfectly) SN: Premium White Cardstock
Memento Tuxedo Black
Stickles Glitter Glue
Now, I bet you want to know what my GIVEAWAY is?
Leave a comment here on my blog between NOW andSunday, October 26th at 11pm (ET).for a chance to win this adorable Bebunni Celebration set. I will randomly draw a winner from all of the comments on this post :)
Happy Friday stampers! Today Tombow is hopping with Lindsay Weirich aka The Frugal Crafter. You should have arrived at my blog from Debbie's awesome blog, but if you didn't you can go back to Tombow's blog and start from the beginning.
I stamped the Repeat Impressions Chickadee at Rest #211-P onto some cream cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then I used the Muted Color set for all of my coloring on this card. I also used Tombow Xtreme Adhesive and Tombow Foam Tabs to hold everything nice and snug!
Be sure to hop on over to each of the blogs along the way, you will find the lineup below:
Fall is finally here and before you know it Christmas will be knocking on our doors.
Today, I am sharing a fun shaker card created with stamps and supplies from Crafters Companion
I forgot how much I love shaker cards, I hadn't made one in a long time. I will be making a few more soon, as it is a fun way to use that glitter and sequin supply that I seem to have an overload of :)
Hey, hey....it is time for another What If Wednesday on The House That Stamps Built blog. This week our talented Rock Star, Joy has challenged us to use our "leftovers" to create our cards.
Well, that was an easy one for me, I always have a pile of scraps laying somewhere on my desk.
This card came together quickly because everything was out and ready to use! I stamped the RI Snowmen fall #4601-H in red ink on a scrap of white cardstock and cut it out with an oval die. I stamped the RI Snowflakes 8805-K in light blue ink over the sentiment (they are hard to see in the picture) and then popped up the sentiment panel.
Be sure to stop by each of my fellow Rock Star's blogs and see what they have created using "leftovers"
After you have check out all of their awesome designs, be sure to head over to The House That Stamps Built blog and check out all of the details to play along with the "leftovers" challenge and have a chance and winning some fabulous stamps.
Hi there! This week the Tombow team has been sharing cards/projects with a pink theme in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month and all of the Warrior women who have had breast cancer.
I think if you ask anyone, they will say that they have either battled breast cancer or held the hand of someone who has.
The card I am sharing today is for all of them. This card has a bit of a vintage feel, yet soft and powerful with pink tones.
The technique I used for this card is one that I call Glazed Watercolor Technique. It is simple, fun and quick!
I started this card by pulling out the Noble stamp from Penny Black and applying Tombow Dual Brush Pens directly to the rubber. The colors I used are:
Leaves: 126 and 098
Flowers: 772, 723 and 761
After coloring directly to the rubber, I gave the stamp a few spritz with some homemade shimmer spray (recipe below) and then I stamped it onto some 140# cold press watercolor paper and held it there for a count of 10. Carefully lift the stamp and allow image to dry.
Now here comes the fun....glazing part...okay it isn't really glaze, but it looks that way when finished. I inked the stamp with Versamark ink and overstamped the watercolor image (be sure your image is dry) a little to one side or the other as this gives a bit of a shadow. Emboss with clear embossing powder. Use the Tombow N95 marker to add some light shading to the side of the image that is not covered by clear embossing. See, I told you the technique was easy.
I would love for you to give my technique a try, if you do please come back and leave me a message so that I can check it out and show you some love!
Now, here is the recipe for the homemade shimmer spray:
In a fine mist spray bottle add a little bit of Ranger Perfect Pearls in whatever color you prefer and then fill with water. Give the bottle a shakey shake and you are ready to go. If you like a little sparkle, just add a little powder. If you like a lot of sparkle, add a little more. I always start with a little and adjust as needed.
I used Tombow's Xtreme Adhesive and Foam Tabs to hold everything together. This is a great combo when you are using heavier paper like watercolor paper.
I am thrilled to tell you that I have joined the Crafter's Companion International Inspiration Design Team. Click HERE to meet the rest of my CCIIDT members. They are such a talented bunch, I know you will love their designs.
When your embossing folders have more than one pattern (especially theme specific), think about how you can use the folder to isolate just a portion of the pattern as I have done above. The Christmas Elegance Embossilicious folder has snowflakes on one end and these great dots on the other end, so I just used the dot end allowing for a broader use of the folder. You gotta love that!
It's sketch challenge time at The House That Stamps Built blog and this week the sketch lead me to a very quick and easy card. Not a lot of fluff, but still a lot of fun!
I stamped the Repeat Impressions Candy Canes #903-K in red ink and colored the ribbon in with Spectrum Noir PP4 marker. Next, I tied a bow out of some narrow pink ribbon and added it to the canes. See, I told you it was simple this week. The crowning glory is adding some glitter to the canes, it just made them pop! I wonder why they don't make candy canes covered in chunky sugar....can you say overload?
Here is Wendy's awesome sketch:
Be sure to check out each of the Rock Star blogs this week to see their amazing creations.
My name is Melissa and love stamping and papercrafting. I have been married for 28 years and we have two awesome sons and two sweet fur babies. I have always loved paper and color and when I found rubber stamping I knew I was in hog heaven.