Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Impression Obsession Fall/Winter release celebration Day 1

Hi everyone!
The Impression Obsession Fall/Winter Celebration starts today! Each day (July 15th - July 17th ) you can find a list of participants on the Impression Obsession Blog at 6am. Every single blog will have a $25 gift certificate to give away for the event - so the more you comment through our Release Celebration the more chances to win! All comments for all of the event days will be open until Sunday July 19th at midnight CT. All winner will be announced on Tuesday July 21th.
All of the new stamps and dies are available now! You can find them all HERE

For my card today I used the Beautiful Bulbs stamps. I stamped the the ornaments using my MISTI and using different shades of blue, green and red to create dept. I stamped the stars around and the hangers with gray.
At the end I stamped sentiment from Kringle Quotes set using black ink.


Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Picket Fence Studios: July Release is Live!

Hi everyone!
Happy July Picket Fence Studios release day! And it's Christmas in July! 
Today I am featuring the Most Wonderful Time of the Year set and the Shading Flower stencil.

Lets get started.
For my first card I started stamping the tree using Moss and Pine inks and my MISTI tool to get multicolored look. Once the ink was dried, using the Life Changing Blending Brushes I added some Soft Sky ink (using masking paper I masked the bottom to create the line between the ground and sky). Next I stamped the second layer of the tree using versamark ink and embossed in twinkle puff embossing powder to give the tree the snowy effect.
Next stamped the sentiment in black and added snowflakes using silver ink! 

For my second card I used the Shading Flower stencil, using Pixie Spray I secured it over piece of Bristol paper and ink blended Pool Party, Blue Raspberry, Key Lime Fizz and Green Apple reactive inks. With the stencil still secured I splattered some water. Removed the stencil, trimmed the panel down to 4" x 5 1/4" and stamped sentiment in black,

Monday, July 13, 2020

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

Hi stampers!

Welcome to the July My Monthly Hero release blog hop. This is yet another kit you don't want to miss!!! I am in love with this kit as we celebrate the under water and Atlantis
If you are following the hop you have probably arrived from Emily Midgett blog and your next stop is Janette Kausen
So lets get started. I created few cards using the kit! I created the under water scenes using the set. The set is a HeroScapes one and it's so easy to layer. Once I had all the layers stamped (using reactive inks) I die cut them using the coordinating die. Also I die cut the stand alone border die with the ruins. Next stamped the elements, to embellish, ink blended the backgrounds, for some I used the School of Fish bold prints and for some the Sun Background Stencil.
For the shaker cards I used the Rectangle Infinity dies to create the frames. I die cut 2 per card in order to make it little bit more sturdy. 

Watch the video below (or click HERE) to see how these cards came to be!

Kit Contents:
• 6" x 8" Clear Stamp Set
• 9 Coordinating Frame Cuts
• 1 Fancy Edge Die
• 6 Sheets of Sticker Paper (2 each of Diamond Blue, Teal, Purple)
• 5 Reactive Ink Cubes (Blue Hawaii, Splash, Pool Party, Key Lime Fizz, Taffy)
• Coral Embossing Powder 0.5 oz.

Kit Value: $76.50
Kit Cost: $34.99

GIVEAWAY: Hero will give away one $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, July 19th 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 - Hero Arts  estimates kit shipping will begin Friday, July 17th and continues throughout the following week.

Blog Hop

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Hero Arts and Honey Bee Stamps Partner Set Blog Hop and Giveaway!

Hi Everyone!
Today the Hero Arts Creative Team is hopping with Honey Bee Stamps  and celebrating the new Partner set called You Are Amazing. We also have couple give aways (details on bottom of this post)
If you are following the hop you have probably arrived from Debi Adams blog and your next stop is Janette Kausen.
For my card I started with piece of Dove White card stock piece measuring 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" and ink blended Soft Apricot, Fresh Peach and Bubble Gum ink. Once the ink was dry, using Embossing and watermark ink (and your MISTI) stamp the sentiment and image. Emboss in white. Remove the sentiment from the door of the MISTI and stamp the image again and emboss in white. Repeat this few times, so you get more dimensional embossed image. 
Once you are satisfied with the look, trim the panel to 4" x 5 1/4" and add some white enamel dots. Using fun foam adhere to Dove White top folding note card.

Giveaway: We will give away TWO $50 shopping sprees during this hop - one to the Hero Arts store, and one to Honey Bee Stamps! Winners will be drawn from the comments left across the hop - comment on more blogs for more chances to win! Enter by Wednesday, July 15th at 11:59pm pacific, and the winners will be announced on the Hero Arts and Honey Bee Stamps blogs the following week.

Blog Hop:

Monday, July 6, 2020

Spellbinders: Watercolored Glimmer Backgrounds

Hi everyone!
Happy Monday. Today I had fun playing with hot foiling and I have few samples to share using the Spellbinders Glimmer Backgrounds. In particular I used the Hand Drawn Wave Glimmer plate and added few more for the sentiments such as the Honeycomb Alphabet, More Sentiments and Border Greetings. 
For two of the cards I first did my backgrounds using Karin markers then foiled, and the last one I did the foiling then colored few of the waves like rainbows (I made a mistake and have the orange between the yellow and green, I was going to toss it, but decided to keep going and embrace my mistake)

All supplies are on the bottom of this post 

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