Friday, August 7, 2020

MISTI and PinkFresh Studio: Blog Hop and Giveaway!

Hi everyone! 

Happy Friday! Today I have few cards to share with you using PinkFresh Studio stamps and the brand new version of the MISTI. This post is part of a co-hop between the MISTI design team and the PinkFresh Studio team and also we have giveaways (details for both at the end)

I will be uploading a video on how I made all these cards by end of today, so come back later for it ;)

The new PinkFresh Studio Pop Out stamps and the MISTI are match made in heaven, so I am using few of those today to make super fun and colorful backgrounds (in the video you will see how easy is to create them)

But before I go into the backgrounds I have a card using the Celebrate Us set and dies. I was stamping one image for the card right after this, so decided to stamp it twice and have an extra card. 

Next is a card using pop up chevron stamp, and actually I made 2 cards using this set. The first one is in shades of green and the second one is rainbow. For the first again I used the Celebrate Us set and dies. For the second I used Believe in Yourself and Modern Floral set 

Next we have pop up diamonds background (and I love how this one turned out) and I am using again Believe in Yourself stamps and dies and Modern Floral stamp set. 

Last but not the least is a rainbow using the pop up rainbow set. 

Blog hop: Visit the link below (inlinkz) to see all the participants and visit their blogs for more inspiration. Giveaway: And it's not a hop without giveaway. Both companies are giving $50 gift certificate each and the winner will be announced on the company blogs the following Friday

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Catherine Pooler Designs: Oh, Baby

Hi everyone,
 Today I am sharing super cute baby card using the new Catherine Pooler designs set Born to be Wild and the coordinating dies, along with the new A to Z Background stamp.

To make the card start by stamping the background using your MISTI to create the ombre look. Use soft towel or ink blending brushes to soften the edges of each section when you ink the stamp to have smoother transition between the colors.
Die cut the Zebra and keep the negative. Position the negative in your MISTI and the first layer stamp (striped). Stamp in black. Do the same thing for the second layer (feet and face) and stamp in pink. 
Die cut a circle from vellum and assemble your card.

Monday, August 3, 2020

Hero Arts August My Monthly Hero Blog Hop, Giveaway + Video

Hi stampers!

Welcome to the August My Monthly Hero release blog hop. This is yet another kit you don't want to miss!!!It's all about Stacation which is pretty appropriate for the current time and circumstances we live in at the moment with the global pandemic.
If you are following the hop you have probably arrived from Jentte Kausen blog and your next stop is Emily Midgett
So lets get started.
First I have a little light box/shadow bow with light string in it and I have video showing you how to make it! 
Some of the important dimensions are:
Periwinkle cardstock piece for the tray/shadow box is 7 1/2" x 8 4/3" and you will need to score at 1" and 2" at all four sides. 
Nautical cardstock pieces (you need 2): 5" x 4 3/4" . Score the 4 3/4" side at 1" and 4 1/2" so you have two "flaps" measuring 1" and 1/4". Do the same on both piece
Insert (stamped piece): 3 1/2" x 4 3/4"
Watch the video below to see how this project came to be (or click HERE).

Kit Contents:

• 6" x 8" Clear Stamp Set
• 23 Coordinating Frame Cuts
• 1 Greetings Fancy Die
• 5 White Postcards
• Summer Twilight Palette Reactive Ink Pad

Kit Value: $76.00
Kit Cost: $34.99

Next is card using the main kit. I stamped, die cut and colored the images and added some accents using white gel pen. I created window using the circle infinity dies and ink blended the background using Tide Pool ink (video for this card coming shortly)

Then, we have a card using couple Add-ons, the US Map Infinity dies, Mi Casa Camp set for the sentiment and State-cation bold prints. I cut bunch of strips and adhered to a piece of white cardstock, once dried I stamped the bold prints using Embossing ink and embossed in ultra fine clear embossing powder. 
I die cut the 2nd to the largest map from Dove white cardstock and used the negative to adhere on top of the stripped background. Stamped sentiment on Nautical cardstock, embossed in white and trimmed to size to adhere onto the panel. Adhere the entire piece to a Paradise note card! 

GIVEAWAY: Hero Arts will give away one $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, August 9th at 11:59pm pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

Kit Shipping Pre-order your kit today - we estimate kit shipping will begin Monday, August 10th and continue throughout the following week.

Impression Obsession: Die Cut Obsession

Hi everyone!
The Impression Obsession Design Team has set aside a couple days to share some fabulous new Impression Obsession “metal thingy” projects! Have fun checking out what our Designers have made today. Today's participants can be found on the Impression Obsession Blog
For my card today I used the new Joy Ornament die and the Holly and Berries. To make the card die cut the ornament from black and white card stock and layer them together to create shadow. Die cut the hanger from sparkle red paper and adhere to the top of the ornament. Next die cut the holly and berries from Palm and Sparkle Red paper. Cut panel from white card stock measuring 4" x 5 1/4". Use foam tape to adhere the ornament. Tie bow using twine. Adhere the holly and berries around the ornament. Using fun foam adhere the panel to white note card.

Friday, July 31, 2020

LDRS Creative: July Feature days

Hi everyone!
Yesterday and today we are featuring the new release over the LDRS Creative blog. I have couple cards (one for each day) featuring some of the new stamps and dies.

First up is a card using Barnyard bunnies and the reverse scallop slimline die, along with Rainy Day stencil (one of my favorite stencils)

And then we have this cute scene using the In the Park stamp set and coordinating dies, and again Rainy day stencil. All supplies listed on the bottom of this post.

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