Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Marbled Thank You

I was watching old You Tube videos and came across a card from some one I follow and wanted to re create with what I had on hand and turn it into a thank you card.

Here is her card, CLICK HERE.

 I am using Emerald Envy ink and card stock from Stampin Up along with their Marbled back ground stamp.
 I am using Hampton Art Stamp Perfect Tool too help keep the stamp in one place and a big block to ink the card stock evenly.
 Using a thank you stamp from Daisy Delight.

Along with the Hampton Art Stamp Tool.
 I decided to add some stamping to the back edge of the envelope.
Using a Micheal's doily and some adhesive tape runner to adhere the thank you sentiment strip to the doily.

I trimmed away the excess after.
Some Pretty Pink Posh sequins adhere using Tombow Mono Liquid Glue and a Quick Stick.

The color of the sequins is Charcoal.
Finished card and back of envelope.

 Side view.

The stamped panel is 4 by 5 1/4 inches.

The thank you sentiment strip is 3 1/4 by 1 1/4 and cut out from Heavy Weight White card stock from Micheal's.
Anouther close up.

My card base is Heavy Weight White card stock.
I added Stampin Dimensionals to the back of the thank you sentiment.

I also added some fun foam on the back of the stamped panel.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Easter Card #1 of 2018

I searched Easter Cards and found this one and decided to go threw my stash and recreated it with the supplies I had on hand.

 I am using some Retired My Favorite Things Oval dies to cut out my shapes.
 I am using Stampin Up ink and card stock in Pink Pirouette and Crumb Cake ( card stock ) Early Espresso and Pretty in Pink ( ink ).
 I have the biggest oval centered on the bottom of my craft mat.

I cut a oval in half and added Stampin dimensionals to the bottom to add the feet.
 I turned a Martha Stewert Balloon punch into a egg just by cutting off the tip.

Some Retired DSP from Stampin Up for the Easter Eggs.
 I added more Stampin dimensionals, one behind the egg and two next to them, I will add the arms to the sides.

I used a mini dimensional for the heart that I flipped up side down to make a nose.
I cut off the excess and do not forget to ink the edges after you cut them.
 The ovals for the ears are the same size as the feet and the ovals for the inside of the ears are the same size for the hands.

Tombow Mono Liquid Glue to adhere them.

I then flipped over and trimmed off the bottom.
Here some stamps from my stash to add to the back and front of the envelope and back and inside of the card.

 I used some fringe scissors to make the whiskars.
 Added a little dollip of Tombow Mono Liquid Glue to the scrap and added it to the backs of the whiskars to place under the nose.
I trimmed off some of the whiskars.
 Enamel dots from my stash for the eyes.
Two of the Easter Bunny's.

Two more of the Easter Bunny's.

Friday, February 16, 2018

My Monthly Hero Kit 2/2018 Card #1

I decided to recreate a card I saw on the My Monthly Hero Blog post about this kit.

Would you like to see that card, CLICK HERE.

Except I did not want to quite cut into that beautiful wood grain card stock that was included in the kit so I went threw my embossing folders and found a Stampin Up wood grain folder that also gives a deeper impression versus regular embossing folders.

 I am using a Retired color called Tip Top Taupe.

Cut to the exact card fron 5 1/2 by 4 1/4.

With this embossing folder you only need one cutting plate because its thicker then the traditional folders.
 I am also using some Retired heart framelit dies and my no longer being made Hampton Art Stamp Perfect Tool.

I am just seeing how the sentiment and the leaf stamp will fit inside the heart.
 Using the cordinating Tip Top Taupe ink to stamp.

Which I stamped twice since I was using a stamp positioning tool.

Again using the heart die to line things up this time adding the bird to the leaf stem.
 I just used a small stamp block to stamp the music notes.

I still had to double stamp but it was easy to stamp right over because I can see threw the stamp.
 I am using some 110 pound white card stock as my base and Tombow Mono Liquid Glue to adhere the embossed panel to the card front.

 Choose some enamel dots from my stash.
One of Three finished cards

 Three different shade of enamel dots.

You can see the impression of the embossing folder.
 Close up.

I added dimension with Stampin Up dimensionals.
 Inside of the card, the sentiment is stamped full strength and the bottom images are stamped off once on scratch paper.
Same with the back of the card.
 Front of the envelope.
Back of the envelope

Pinewood Planks Dynamic Textured Empressions Embossing Folder
To purchase CLICK HERE

I used Retired Tip Top Taupe ink and card stock by Stampin Up
I used Retired Heart Framelits by Stampin Up
I used a no longer being made Hero Arts Stamp Perfect Tool that I purchased from Micheal's

Stampin Dimensionals
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My Monthly Hero Kit February 2018
To purchase CLICK HERE

110 Pound White card stock
To purchase CLICK HERE

I also used a Bone Folder, Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue, Big Shot, Fiskars Trimmer

Thursday, February 1, 2018

First Valentine of 2018

Here is a Piggy Valentine I made that would be perfect for a lunch box addition for you little ones.

I got the idea from May May on You Tube. Click Here for the inspiration.

 Take a full sheet of 8 1/2 by 11 inch card stock and cut in half.

Then cut in half again.

You will get four Valentines.
 Score at 2 3/4  inch on the 5 1/2 inch side.
 Flip it over and make a pencil mark at 2 1/8, just a small one.
 Add the paper to your trimmer and line up with the score line and the pencil mark.
 Cut and flip over and do the same on the other side.
 I am using a heart punch for the ears, and the triangle scraps work perfectly to cut out all the ears I need.
 I thought about using an oval for the nose but then I found this scallop oval and knew I wanted that.
 This is a three circle punch I found at Hobby Lobby one day and just love it for ears and eyes.
 I used a scrap Heavy Weight black for the nostriles.

I am using scrap Heavy Weight White for the sentiment.

I cut my stamp and it did not cry, now I can use it the way I want.
 I used Tombow Mono Liquid Glue and only on the edges.

I also rounded with 1/4 inch punch the point.
 A block on top just tell it dries, it does not take long.
Decided to ink the edges with the same ink as the card stock.
 Tombow Mono Liquid Glue and dimensionals to the nose.
Google Eyes, I added the ears to the back.

Stamped the inside too

And the back, and you can see how I glue the ears

Close up of how I kinda poped it up.

Some basic supplies I use I purchase from Hobby Lobby or Micheal’s with coupons or on sale
Hobby Lobby brand is called The Paper Studio
their website is
- Heavy Weight white and black card stock - their brand
- three circle punch - their brand
Micheal’s brand is called Recollections
their website is
  -  Scallop Circle punch  -  their brand
Target Store site

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These ARE NOT affliate links, no way involved with these company’s, I just love their products. These are links to their stores.

My big shot, paper trimmer, bone folder, and other adhesives can be purchased at your local or online craft supply places.
  -  Tombow Mono Liquid Glue
  -  EK Success heart punch
  -  Versa Fine Black Onyx Ink

My Pink Stamper Stamps - Currently not available, possibly one ebay or Face Book Sales
To purchase from Paper Smooches click here
  -  Punny-Licious stamp set
  -  More Punny-Licious stamp set

My Stampin UP demo is Jenny Rast, You can purchase from her and support her by searching for her under the demonstrator section here
  -  Regulare Dimensionals
  -  Pretty In Pink ink and card stock