Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Real Red Cherries

And the colors are... Real Black Olives!!! I decide on cherries though. Real Red, Old Olive, Basic Black and your choice of Whisper White or Very Vanilla - that was SCS Tuesday Color Challenge. Immediately I thought of my very neglected Tart 'n Tangy set - I love this little set of four, makes me think summer :) Click here, for a few more fun samples with this set. My base is Whisper White and I inked up my cherries with my Stampin' Up! Markers: Real Red and Old Olive. Color directly on your stamp for custom colored images, a 'huff' of air to remoisten the ink and stamp.
I used a piece of scrap to mask off the right side of my card and only stamped my custom colored image along the left side. I lined up the remainder of the card with my large polka dots Texturz Plate and ran it through my Big Shot. By only doing a portion of the card you will end up with a 'seam' from the plate - no problem!!! Its hidden under my Black Gingham Ribbon :) Cool huh - you'd never know! A Circle Fire Rhinestone adds the perfect touch to the center of my bow. I stamped out my cherries one last time and popped them out with my 1-3/8" Circle Punch. Then I took my VersaMarker and traced over my image and sprinkled with Clear Embossing Powder. Used my Heat Tool to give it that shiny raised image. Matted it on a Real Red punched Scallop Circle which was given some extra detail with a White Signo Pen. A quick Rub-on transfer kreates my sentiment. Thanks a bunch for stoppin by :)

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Happy Kreating

Stamps: Tart n Tangy (111514)
Paper: Whisper White (100730), Real Red (102482)
Ink: Real Red Marker (100052), Old Olive Marker (100079)
Accessories: VersaMarker (100901), Clear Embossing Powder (109130), Heat tool (100005), Signo White Gel Pen (105021), Circle Fire Rhinestone (109110), Black Gingham Ribbon (104832), 1-3/8" Circle Punch (104401), Scallop Punch (109043),Big Shot (113439), Texturz Background Plate (114512), Rub-ons (this one retired, but refer to Rub-ons in your catalog for other options page 172-173)

Monday, April 27, 2009

Beautiful and Breezy

I'm loving the Parisian Breeze Designer Series paper. I thought my butterfly from Gods Beauty (hostess lev 1) would take flight on this breezy paper. A little late with last weeks Splitcoast Sketch 225, but I thought it would work well for this beautiful butterfly image to be a focal point. I actually stamped this image onto a pizza box with Choc Chip Craft ink ~ the pizza box is thick, so its a great dimensional look. TIP: When heat embossing, you will need to use either Craft Ink or VersaMark (both are a 'stickier' ink that doesn't dry as quickly as the Classic Ink) so your embossing powder will adhere to the ink before you use your heat tool to give it a very pretty shine. I then used my Blender Pens and ink pads to color in the wings. TIP #2: Kreate a 'pool' of ink inside your SU ink pad ~ Gently squeeze together the center of a closed pad and when you open it you will have your 'palette' of ink. Dip in you Blender Pen and you can begin to color. TIP #3: Blender Pens are wonderful, you get 3 in a pack and you can use them over and over and over!!! After picking up one ink color, simply scribble off that color on a piece of scratch paper and you are ready to pick up the next color- convenient! And don't worry if the tip of your Blender gets 'stained' - it will still work the same for you. TIP #4: If you don't have a specific ink pad color, but you have that color SU Marker, use your marker to kreate a palette on a piece of wax paper or even the plastic lid of your stamp set. Works great!
Hope those were a few helpful tips. The rest of the card is pretty explanatory. Thanks for taking a peek!

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Happy Kreating

Stamps: Gods Beauty (hostess lev 1 113222)
Paper: Parisian Breeze DSP (113993), Baja Breeze (111352), Kraft (102125), Choc Chip (102128), Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Baja Breeze(111833), Choc Chip Craft (101816), Creamy Caramel (103220)
Accessories: Clear Embossing Powder (109130), Heat Tool (100005), Blender Pens (102845), Sponge Daubers (102892), Clear Rhinestone Brads (113144)

Friday, April 24, 2009

Baby Bag

Wow, it feels like it has been some time since I've kreated a project. This little Double Pocket Bag was inspired from the first Stamps and Smiles Project Tuesday Challenge. These bags are cute, easy and fun! Click here for a tutorial. Since you will have all the details on the tutorial, I will just give you my supply list for how I decorated my baby gift bag. The dimensions are approx 4-3/4" H x 5" W and about 1/2" deep. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

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Stamps: Fun & Fast Notes (113500)
Paper: Bella Rose DSP (112041), Choc Chip (102128), So Saffron (105118), Pacific Point(111350), Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Choc Chip (100908), Old Olive (102277), Real Red Marker (100052)
Accessories: Signo Gel Pen (polka dots on carriage - 105021), Scallop Edge Punch(112091), Big Shot (113439), Go Go Boots Alphabet Sizzlit Dies (113450), Half Back Pearls (Pretties Kit109114), So Saffron Ribbon (retired from Sale-a-bration), Corner Rounder (109047), Horizontal Slot (105089)

Happy Kreating

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Wishing You Happiness Today and Always

I love to start out with a sketch and Julee Tilman's Mojo Monday designs are always great to work with. I combined my sketch with the SCS Color Challenge 215 which as you can see is Pretty in Pink, Rose Red and Basic Gray. I had to throw in a bit of Certainly Celery for my leaves - forgive me :) I inked up my image with SU Markers, coloring directly onto your stamp allows you to add a variety of color to your image. Give it a little huff of breath to re-moisten the ink and stamp. The larger Pretty in Pink square behind my image and fluttering butterflies was dry embossed with my Big Shot and Texturz Background plate. My butterflies from Dreams Du Jour were stamped on Pretty in Pink with Rose Red Craft ink and embossed them with Clear Embossing Powder, then snipped them out with Paper Snips. My sentiment from Heard from the Heart was also inked in Rose Red Craft ink and embossed with Clear Embossing Powder. TIP: For embossing, you will need to use either Craft ink or VersaMark ink so your embossing powder will stick to the ink before using your heat tool to emboss. My sentiment panel was given a decorative edge with the Eyelet Border Punch and then sponged with Rose Red. Half back pearls from the Pretties Kit accent my sentiment and a Basic Gray Taffeta Ribbon tops off the panel. Wishing YOU happiness....

For now, go kreate


Stamps: Thoughts and Prayers (113252), Heard from the Heart (111644), Dreams du Jour (111624)
Paper: Basic Gray (108692), Pretty in Pink (100459), Rose Red (102544), Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Pretty in Pink Marker (100045), Certainly Celery Marker (105106), Rose Red Marker (100063), Rose Red Craft Ink (101545)
Accessories: Pretties Kit Pearls (109114), Basic Gray Taffeta Ribbon (109064), Clear Embossing Powder (109130), Heat Tool (100005), Eyelet Border Punch (113692), Daubers (102892), Snips (103579), Big SHot (113439), Texturz Background Plate (114512)

Monday, April 20, 2009

Up to Par?!!

Masculine card making has gotten a little easier with the new And Many Mower set from the Occasions Mini. This card is to cheer up a golfer who isn't feeling up to par :)
The base of the card is Kraft cardstock which coordinates with the To the Nines designer paper. I hide the seam with 5/8" Choc Chip Grosgrain ribbon. The image is stamped in Basic Black on Whisper White and colored in using SU Markers. I distressed and layered the image on Kraft and Sage Shadow and distressed the edges of these as well. I pierced around my focal point with my Mat Pack that contains a template for perfect piercing placement. Two white brads from the Neutrals Assortment bring some additional attention to my golfer.
Get Well was inked (and isolated) from Fun and Fast Notes stamp in Choc Chip Craft ink and embossed with Clear Embossing Powder. Popped out the sentiment with the Word Window Punch and layered it on top of a Choc Chip Large Oval and Sage Shadow Wide Oval - both layers of ovals were also distressed to keep the 'rough' look. TIP: Distressing can easily be done with your nail, but if you want to save your manicure, the Cutter Kit (106958) is your tool.

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Supplies: And Many Mower (113724 - Occasions Mini), Fun and Fast Notes(113500)
Paper: Kraft(102125), To the Nines(114038), Sage Shadow(101563), Choc Chip(102128), Whisper White(100730)
Ink: Basic Black, Sage Shadow Marker(100040), Always Artichoke(105113), Old Olive(100079), Blush Blossom (100037), Choc Chip Craft(101816- craft ink for embossing)
Mat Pack (105826), Large Oval Punch (107305), Wide Oval Punch (112082), Word Window Punch (105090), Clear Embossing Powder (109130), Heat Tool (100005), Choc Chip Grosgrain Ribbon(109051), Neutrals Assortment Brads(112534)

Friday, April 17, 2009

Flowers for You

Forsythias in bloom, yellow little flowers seem to be the first signs of spring. So I picked this yellow bouquet for all my readers :) I followed the SCS Sketch 224 and Color Challenge 213. My flowers were kreated with the Echoes of Kindness hostess lev 2 set. If you live in the Northern NJ area and would like to have a party and earn this set free, contact me.
I used my SU Markers to ink the So Saffron flower petals and Old Olive stems. Color directly on your stamp, a little huff of breath to remoisten the ink and stamp. Cool, right? Went back and touched up the stems with a bit of Certainly Celery and 'layered' So Saffron on my petals to achieve 'shadowed' areas. I touched a small area of each flower with my 2-way glue pen and sprinkled a dusting of Dazzling Diamonds. Perfect subtle shimmer. Added a small 1/4" Bashful Blue Grosgrain bow to tie off my bouquet. Then I used my dauber gently dabbed in Bashful blue and with a light circular motion kreated a soft backdrop. I mounted this to Close to Cocoa, added two strips of So Saffron Ribbon (from the previous Sale-a-bration catalog) to my Bashful Blue card base and you have a card for almost any occasion. I decided not to add a sentiment at this time as I'm not sure what I'll use it for, but I think I have options, right? :)

My One Year Blogiversary is quickly approaching and I've just past my 200th blog post, so I think there will be some candy in the very near future :)

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Stamps: Echoes of Kindness (113230 Lev 2 Hostess set)
Ink: Bashful Blue(105209), Old Olive Marker (100079), Certainly Celery Marker (105106), So Saffron Marker (105114)
Paper: Bashful Blue(105120), Whisper White (100730), Close to Cocoa (101341)
Accessories: 1/4" Bashful Blue Grosgrain Ribbon (109029), Dazzling Diamonds (102023), 2-way Glue Pen (100425), Daubers (102892), So Saffron Ribbon (retired SAB)

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A Mix of Inspiration

I loved this fresh and springy kids bedding set from Pottery Barn, so I decided this would be my inspiration start. Paired with the OCC Sketch and BONUS, finding out my girlfriend is having a boy :) My mix of inspiration turned into this kreation.
I kreated my own 'designer paper' using my Seeing Spots set and stamping my circles randomly over my Whisper White background. Our long necked giraffe friend from Animal Crackers is inked in Basic Black and colored in with SU Markers. The star dangling from his mouth was giving a little glitz with some Dazzling Diamonds. I cut out my 2" Barely Banana circle with my Circle Scissors Plus (love the ease of this tool!) and ran it through the Big Shot with my polka dot Texturz Plate. I used my Dauber to sponge the edges with So Saffron ink and lightly went over the embossed dots to make them pop a bit more. For a bit of extra fun I snipped slivers of coordinating cardstock and threaded them through the buttons. TIP: Gently tie your knot ~ its thin and its paper and it will rip. Felt like a cartoon, I'd almost have it and that last little tug, DRAT, back to the beginning. Sometimes the littlest of detail can take the longest. LOL. I liked the end result, so it was worth that little bit of aggravation :)
Hope you like it too

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Stamps: Animals Crackers (113395), Seeing Spots(115058), Fun & Fast Notes (113500 Happy New Baby sentiment)
Ink: Bashful Blue(105209), Bordering Blue(102265), Certainly Celery(105217), Old Olive(102277), Summer Sun (100537 & 100077), More Mustard Marker (100076)
Paper: Bashful Blue(105120), Certainly Celery(105125), Barely Banana (102701), Whisper White (100730)
Accessories: Dazzling Diamonds (102023 star), Fresh Favorites I & II buttons (107421 Certainly Celery, 107422 So Saffron), Bashful Blue button - retired, Big Shot (113439), Texturz Backgrounds (114512), Daubers (102892)

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Spring buzz

Just Buzzin By with a Mojo Monday Sketch. Hope you all had a wonderful Easter. We had a great day despite the chilly temperatures. Pretty spring dresses for my little girls and winter coats :) Where's SPRING? My little bee's are buzzin by hoping for spring too! Here they are all a buzz around their paper pieced polka dotted Apricot Appeal honey pot. Each bee is inked in Choc Chip and wings and antenna given a dusting of some Dazzling Diamonds. My sentiment was 'isolated' using Choc Chip marker to ink up only the portion I wanted. Pretty simple card, just follow the sketch and have fun.

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Stamps: Just Buzzin By (113228)
Paper: Choc Chip (102128), Apricot Appeal (105124), Apricot Appeal DSP (polka dots, retired, can substitute So Saffron paper and DSP 112152)
Ink: Choc Chip (100908), Appricot Appeal (105218), Summer Sun Marker (100077), Blush Blossom Marker (100037)
Accessories: Paper Snips (103579), Dazzling Diamonds (102023), Crystal Effects (101055), Ribbon Originals Valet (114318), Ticket Corner Punch (107214), Scallop Edge Punch (112091), Daubers (102892), Designer Buttons Latte (114333), Mini Glue Dots(103683)

Friday, April 10, 2009

Happy Easter

Bunnies, eggs and chocolates are not the reason for celebrating Easter, but it is still fun for the children (and even us adults :) ) to celebrate His resurrection with these timeless traditions. So even though this clean and simple 3x3 card has the cutest little bunny, it is to wish you a very Blessed Easter :)

Hoppy Easter :)

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Stamps: Forest Friends (Occasions Mini 113748), A Good Egg (114974)
Paper: Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Pretty in Pink (101301), Sahara Sand (105208)
Accessories: 1/2" Pretty in Pink Striped Grosgrain, 1-1/4" Circle Punch (104403), Daubers (102892)

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Scrapbook Page in a Box

No peeking with this gift! If you do, you'll be pleasantly surprised by what is inside, but you may not be able to put it back quick enough if you are trying to sneek a peek! Isn't this a cute way to present a small (and light weight) gift and then have an adorable keepsake. I was inspired to kreate this box by Robyn from In Joy Stampin. I'm not sure if she is the originator of this idea, but all the same, its an adorable project whoever came up with it! Very simple, take your 12x12 paper and score at 4 and 8 and then turn and score at 4 and 8 again. Cut your middle pieces, across from each other, along the score lines. Fold all your score lines and you'll be able to fold these up into a box -NO adhesive, your lid will hold it all in place. See, your lid holds your boxes shape and once removed, your 12x12 will open up to reveal what is inside :) Ok, now you need your lid. Cut a 6 in square and score all sides at 1 in. At each corner, cut up to the intersecting score line and cut the corner square into a diagonal. Use the remaining triangles/diagonal cut piece, add a mini glue dot and kreate your lid. TIP: If you'd like to scallop your edge like I did, you'll have to do this before you adhere your corners. TIP #2:You may want to try making your lid with scallops out of copy paper first before using the good stuff :)
I used coordinating colored 3-11/16 squares to place on my 4 inch patterned paper squares. The center, I used a Whisper White square which I stamped on, but I can still journal on and then covered it with another square scored at 1/4" on the top to kreate a flap. Embellished my flap and all that is left is adding my pictures. My girls are wearing the cutest pink and white dresses for Easter - I'll be taking plenty of pictures to place in my box :) Contact me if you have questions on this quick tutorial. It really is quite simple!
For now, go kreate

Stamps: Dreams du Jour (111624), Always (113620)- the inside center square
Paper: Raspberry Tart (113975), Pretty in Pink (100459), Cameo Coral (100475), Rose Red (102544)
Ink: Rose Red (101778), Pretty in Pink (101301), VersaMark(102283)
Accessories: Pretties Kit (109114), Dazzling Diamonds (102023), Crystal Effects(101055), Scallop Edge Punch (112091), 1/4" Pretty in Pink Grosgrain(109032), Iridescent Ice (101930)

Monday, April 6, 2009

The Perfect Flowers

Why not send flowers that will never die? No watering and they could last forever. This flower pot just makes me cheery :) Is there an occasion this wouldn't work for? Any way, I wish I could take credit for the original idea, but I had seen it awhile back (when blog hopping) and unfortunately never bookmarked the site. Please if any of you know who I can give proper credit to, please let me know. It really was not difficult to re-create if you know how to make a pocket card. And that's how it all began, I was making a pocket card and remembered the idea of a flower pot. So my inspired kreation bloomed. I used the Big Shot and the Simple Flower die to pop out my flowers and the 5 Petal Flower Punch to kreate my leaves. The pot was kreated by taking a 4"x9" piece of Kraft folding it in half and then folding the front of the card down approx 2". The 'rim' of the pot received a decorative Scallop Punched edge. Then I ran the pot through the Big Shot with the Texturz Background Plates to give the pot a soft embossed look(leaving the rim off of the plate so it wouldn't get embossed). To give it a bit more dimension I used my Dauber inked in Close to Cocoa and gently daubed in circular motions over the embossed impression. What a difference this little step made! The insert that slides in the pocket was 2 1/2 x 4 3/4. TIP: Before I adhered my flowers, I used a standard envelope, as a template, to place along side my card to make sure when adhering my flowers, I didn't go beyond my envelope dimensions. I attached my Big Shot Simple Flowers, making sure to adhere them overhanging the pot, but not sticking to the pot (if that happens, you will not be able to pull out your insert from the pocket!) Used my 2-way Glue Pen to add some Dazzling Diamonds to the centers. The piece holding the card together, the perfect touch of Choc Chip ribbon tied around the entire card to maintain the pocket. TIP: You could always add a mini glue dot at each top corner to keep the pocket closed.
Isn't it adorable? I have a class tonight and I'm pretty sure they are gonna love it! Let me know if you have any questions.

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Paper: Kraft(102125), Rose Red(102544), Cameo Coral(100475), Apricot Appeal(105124), Very Vanilla(101650)
Ink: Close to Cocoa (103139)
Accessories: Big Shot(113439), Simple Flower Embosslit(114514), Dazzling Diamonds(102023), 2-way glue pen (100425), Texturz Background Plates(114512), Daubers (102892), 5-Petal Flower Punch (109041), 1/4" Choc Chip Grosgrain Ribbon (111367)

ETA: How funny, I was just checking out Splitcoast for todays technique challenge and guess what it is? Todays technique is a Flower Pot Pocket card and the project I had originally seen was by Stephanie Luman - yeah Stephanie, great idea!!!!

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Get Connected in April

Connect with family and friends when you make them beautiful cards and gifts using products from the Occasions Mini Catalog. From April 1-30, when you buy $40 in products from the Occasions Mini or host a workshop totaling $150 or more, you'll get one item from the "Under $10" page (p. 208) in the Spring-Summer 2009 Idea Book & Catalog--FREE!

Look at what you can make using Occasions Mini products. I told you how I loved the new Matchbox Die for the Big Shot (and there is a coordinating stamp set too, Matchbox Messages 113800), well here is a little project you can do with it. Great fit for Hershey Nuggets, but also would be cute for little trinket gifts! I used Bella Rose for my Matchbox and to wrap my Hershey Nuggets. Then I used the new Window Sheets to slide the little box into. TIP: Click HERE to watch a brief video of what you can do with the two new Window Sheet products.
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Supplies: Occasions Mini*
Stamps: Oval All* (113790)
Paper: Whisper White(100730), Riding Hood Red(111348), Bella Rose DSP (112041)
Ink: VersaMark (102283)
Accessories: Black Embossing Powder(109133), Dazzling Diamonds(102023), Big Shot(113439), Matchbox Bigz Die* (114890), Window Sheets* (114323), Scallop Oval Punch* (114889), Large Oval Punch (107305), Organza Ribbon(114319)

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Very Versatile

A simple image and a variety of phrases truly makes this a Very Versatile set and you can order now from the new Occasions Mini Catalog (available April 1 - June 30). Sometimes I like to start a card with a sketch, seems to make it easier, so this card was inspired by Taylored Expressions challenge #61 (TECC61). You can view the sketch below at the end of this post and be inspired to kreate your own card :) This card started with a Kraft base and the image was stamped on Very Vanilla with Choc Chip ink. I traced over the image with my VersaMarker, sprinkled on some Clear Embossing Powder, heated it up with my heating tool to give it a bit more 'pop'. Using gentle circular strokes, I lightly sponged over the entire Very Vanilla piece with Close to Cocoa. Then the edges were sponged with Choc Chip and then layered over Choc Chip. The Baja Breeze layer, also sponged, was given a decorative frame with the Eyelet Border Punch. I love the new Parisian Breeze Specialty paper, the colors and added texture are so classy. If you are familiar with the paper, this may look a bit different - reason, I lightly sponged Close to Cocoa over the designer paper to give it a more distressed look, so it is not the normal white background. My final touches, a 5/8" Choc Chip Grosgrain Ribbon tied in a bow, layered over Baja Breeze Double Stitched Ribbon and some Very Vanilla brads. Voila'

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Stamps: Very Versatile (Occasions Mini 113806)
Paper: Kraft (102125), Baja Breeze (111352), Choc Chip (102128), Parisian Breeze Specialty (113993)
Ink: Choc Chip (100908), Close to Cocoa (103139)
Accessories: Baja Breeze Double Stitched Ribbon (111847), 5/8" Choc Chip Grosgrain (109051), 5/16" Neutral Assortment Brads (112534), Sponges (101610), Eyelet Border Punch (113692), Clear Embossing Powder (109130), Dimensionals (104430)

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Occasions Mini is Here!

Are you excited? The new Occasions Mini is here and packed with great new products. There are lots of goodies, go ahead, take a peek - I'm sure you will find something you like :) If you have the Big Shot, you will definitely want to check out the Matchbox Bigz die and the coordinating stamp set - so cute and oh the possibilities!!

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