5/12/2021

Double Dare Sketch Challenge

It's the second Tuesday of the month and that means a Double Dare for the Sketch Challenge at Splitcoaststampers.  Participants can choose to use the sketch as is or make it into an interactive or fun fold alternative.  I have chosen the interactive version - I LOVE interactive cards.

 Here is the sketch.  The card is called a Swing Easel card and instructions can be found here.
I'm proud that I actually followed the instructions and hand cut the card.  I have several dies that will make this type of card (or one very similar) but I wanted to take the dare and make this the "old-fashioned" way.  I had fun although I admit the first time I cut the swinging square, I did it backwards and had to start over!
This type of card can be decorated in an infinite variety of ways.  I decided to use one of my favorite current Stampin' Up! sets, Nothing's Better Than.  It features four of my favorite "C"s - coffee, cocktails, chocolate and cookies!  I have made cards with the first three Cs and wanted to make one with the fourth.  (I have links to the other cards above.)
While visiting a friend last week, she insisted I take home some homemade chocolate chip cookies.  She told me she makes a batch every week because her husband loves them (and they don't need all the calories.)  I can't wait to give her this card!

For me, this is one of the best sets Stampin' Up! has come out with in awhile.  It can have a modern or a retro vibe and the sentiments are super fun.  Very versatile for any lover of the four "C"s!

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5/11/2021

Double Challenge Card

Happy Tuesday!  I have a card doing double duty this week for the Color Challenge at Splitcoaststampers and the Sketch Challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches.

The colors this week are Highland Heather, Rich Razzleberry and Pear Pizzazz.  I think these colors are very pretty together and could make a gorgeous floral card.  Unfortunately, I don't  think that happened here.  While I'm not ashamed of it and will certainly give it out, I feel it falls a bit flat.

I tried using some new dies and have seen stunning results with them where one color of cardstock is used and each layer is inked to create several shades.  So these flowers are all Highland Heather.  I think the issue for me is that the dark layer is of the same tone as the Rich Razzleberry so there is not much contrast here.

I'm sure I could get this to look better with some tweaking however, I just didn't have the time today.  And a color challenge is what it is - a challenge with set colors.  On the other hand, I love the layout Samantha has for us.  It's a mini slimline - 3.25 x 6.25 inches.  A fun new shape.  Unfortunately I didn't have dies to use (I would have loved a stitched or scalloped panel) but cutting the panel was fine.  Now I'll be on the lookout for mini slimline dies.  LOL!

Products used:

  • Stamps: Stampin' Up! Brushed Blooms
  • Dies: Stampin' Up! Beautiful Brushstrokes
  • Ink: Highland Heather, Pear Pizzazz
  • Paper: Peaceful Poppies DSP, Highland Heather, Pear Pizzazz

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5/04/2021

A Happy Butterfly from Stamps of Life

A new month brings a new hostess at CAS Colours & Sketches.  This month our hostess is Samantha.  She has picked a classic combination to start the month - Smoky Slate, Daffodil Delight and Basic Gray - very sophisticated!

So of course, I went with a very un-sophisticated stamp set.  However, it is fun and seemed to fit the colors.  This butterfly looks so happy!

I'm trying to use more of my NBUS (never-been-used-schtuff) and this is one of them.  I belong to the monthly stamp and die club from the Stamps of Life;  I'm guessing I've been a member for at least 5 years.  Do the math - I have a bunch of sets I've never used!

I pulled out this butterfly and decided she was perfect for the colors.  A fun and easy card to make! (BTW - Stamps of Life are marketed as easy, yet impressive cards to make.  They do fit that bill - especially their interactive cards!)

Products used:

  • Stamps and dies: TSOL Butterfly2 stamp, Patterns4butterfy
  • Dies: TSOL Edges
  • Ink: Daffodil Delight, Basic Gray, Smoky Slate

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4/29/2021

Big Hugs Curvy Girl

I'm the hostess this week at Tic Tac Toe Challenge and I have Mother's Day themed board for you!  Can you believe Mother's Day is in less than two weeks?

My card actually uses several of the elements and fits a couple of the rows but I chose Mother/Child Image, Coloring and Scallops.  For the Tic Tac Toe Challenge I find I often use multiple elements - especially when it is my board.  I suppose it's because so many of the items on the board go together.

The most time consuming part of this card was the coloring and I did that while on a Zoom group craft session.  It is quite relaxing to talk to other crafters and color at the same time.   I wrote down the colors I used - both markers and Prismacolors - however I misplaced the paper I wrote them on.  Suffice it to say there were quite a few!

This card is also for the color challenge this week at Splitcoaststampers.

Products used:

  • Stamps:  Stamping Bella Curvy Girl Big Hugs
  • Dies: Cottage Cutz Stitched Rectangle, Scalloped Stitched Rectangles
  • Embossing Folder: Stampin' Up! Petal Pair

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4/28/2021

Hand-Penned Petals - New Product Suite

My card today features a brand new set from Stampin' Up! that will be available May 4 in the upcoming Annual Catalog.  I love the loose brushed look of this set.  As a two step stamp set it makes for beautiful EASY cards by using the "solid" stamps to "color" the images.  But you can also watercolor or use markers to color in the flowers yourself, if you are so inclined.

For this card, I took the easy way.  And I love how it came out.  No one would think it was as simple to make as it was.

I used the Sketch from this week's sketch challenge at Splitcoaststampers to start.

I stamped the flowers and used the solid stamps.  Because the nature of this is loose, you do not have to be exact with your stamping.  In fact, it looks better if you're not "inside the lines!"  I die cut the floral spray and adhered that to a rectangle cut with the stitched rectangle dies. For my band across the middle I used some ribbon that is folded over.  Because of the dimension of the ribbon, I popped the rectangle up on foam strips.

I'll probably use this as a birthday card although it would be lovely for any occasion.  This card went very fast and would be easy to make in quantity.

Products used:

  • Stamps and Dies: Hand-Penned Product Suite (available 5/4/21) - includes stamps, dies, Designer paper and Genial Gems
  • Dies: Stampin' Up! Stitched Rectangles
  • Ink: Pale Papaya, Highland Heather, Mint Macaron
  • Ribbon: Pale Papaya and White 1/2 Inch Ribbon

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4/27/2021

Birthday Confetti

Happy Tuesday!  I have a card for this week's sketch challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches.  Last week I missed the color challenge - I was too busy at work!

Wei gave us an interesting sketch and a challenging one for someone like me who likes to color and have a main focal image.  This one really doesn't have that.  So I went through my dies and found this ric rac die by My Favorite Things.  I think it was a freebie with an order.

I decided to use it and then just started going through my papers.  Since birthday cards are always needed I went with that theme.  The dots here remind me a bit of confetti.  I picked my colors from the paper.  To make my sentiment easy to read on the dots I used a shadow die from the Stamps of Life.  Unfortunately the green and yellow didn't photograph super well, but in real life they look quite nice together.

This was a very simple card to make and could be changed up to suit the recipient as long as the paper is not too busy.

Products used:

  • Dies: MFT Stitched Ric Rac, The Stamps of Life Happy Birthday
  • Colors: Crushed Curry, Melon Mambo, Mint Macaron

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4/15/2021

High Flying Birthday

Time for a Team O challenge at TicTacToe Challenge!  This week I chose the bottom row across.


 

Like my card on Tuesday, I originally had an idea that just didn't pan out.  But unlike Tuesday where I switched direction quickly, I hung on to that original idea trying to make it work for at least one or two hours!  I've learned my lesson - if it's just not coming together it's better to change tack and go a different direction.  

And I'm so happy I did.  I love this card.  First I chose this new (to me) stamp set.  I figured blue was a given since the theme here is flying.  There were still so many options for colors I went to my cardstock swatches and picked out a few blues and then some contrasting colors.  I came up with Soft Sky, Tempting Turquoise, Flirty Flamingo and Watermelon Wonder.

The image is water colored using the re-inkers.

I had both of the blues in polka dot paper but the Soft Sky was just too pale.  The turquoise seemed a bit dark so I used the vellum to tone it down.

I'm not sure who will get this card.  When it was almost finished, I realized that it would have been perfect for my late father who loved to fly RC airplanes and was an animal lover.  His birthday was earlier this month so perhaps I was subconsciously thinking of him.  I may just keep this for myself.

Products used:

  • Stamps & Dies: My Favorite Things High Flying Birthday
  • Stamps: MFT Banner Day Sentiments
  • Dies: MFT Pop-Up Banner, Banner Flags, Petite Clouds; Cottage Cutz Scalloped Stitched Rectangle Slimline, Nested Stitched Rectangles
  • Ink: Soft Sky, Tempting Turquoise, Flirty Flamingo, Watermelon Wonder, Tip Top Taupe, Basic Gray
  • Cardstock/Paper: Soft Sky, Tempting Turquoise, Flirty Flamingo, Watermelon Wonder, Basic Gray, Stampin' Up! Brights DSP (retired)

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4/13/2021

Sweet Birthday

Today is a new sketch challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches.  Wei's sketch at first threw me, but after a bit of thought I had a few ideas.  I wanted to have a cute critter peeking out from the inside circle, but (much to my shock) I could not find the right critter.  And I have DOZENS of them.  But I forged on and found this adorable Lawn Fawn sundae.


 

I searched my paper stash and found this cute Queen & Co. cherry pattern paper.  I took my colors from that and colored the image with Copic markers.  My sentiment is from a My Favorite Things birthday sentiment set.

Once I gave up on my first idea, I just kept finding things that coordinated.  Sometimes when we aren't trying is when everything somehow comes together.

Products used:

  • Stamps: Lawn Fawn Here's the Scoop, My Favorite Things Bitty Birthday Wishes
  • Dies: MFT Stitched Mini Scallops
  • Paper: Queen & Co. Fruit Stand
  • Markers: Copics - Chocolate  Sauce E29,E49; Chocolate Ice Cream E21 E23; Strawberry Ice Cream RV10, RV11; Vanilla Ice Cream E50, E51; Cherry RV29; dish YG11, YG13

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4/12/2021

The Two Best Stamp Sets - EVER

I admit I may have overstated the quality of these stamp sets, however they are two of my all time favorite stamp sets.  I'll get to why in a moment.  

My card is for this week's color challenge at Splitcoaststampers.  The colors are Daffodil Delight, Melon Mambo, Granny Apple Green and Bermuda Bay with designer paper as dessert. (For those unfamiliar with the challenge, dessert is an optional element.)  Flowers were the easy way to go and since other challenge cards this week took way too much time, I went floral.

The layout of this card is pretty generic and nothing unique.  I've used it before and it makes for a nice CAS card that can be embellished if desired.  I've also reversed it with the bottom part being the patterned paper and the sentiment on top.

Why are these are these two sets, Band Together and Bloom & Grow, my favorite sets?

Band Together offers three versatile large sentiments - Celebrate the Best Day Ever, You Are Amazing and Beautiful Inside and Out - with coordinating inside sentiments that are good for almost anything.  The fonts are a nice size; they do not overwhelm the card front but are not itty bitty either.  Finally they are a pretty combination of a script and sans serif font that is easy to read.  In other words, they check all the boxes! (This set comes with an image that I have never even used!  That's how much I like the words.)

Bloom & Grow is a floral set that at first seemed restrictive to me.  All three images are a floral band.  However they are wonderful to color!  Below are links to four other cards I've posted; using different coloring techniques.  Today's card uses traditional alcohol marker blending for a smoother look.

The card in the upper left also uses alcohol markers but in a loose manner.  When you have flowers of this size, with lots of petals it is easy to scribble the markers loosely instead of detailed shading. This works very well when you have two colors that are close together in color but different shades.

The upper right card was water colored a bit more tightly than the bottom cards and used a light brown ink to keep it pastel looking.  And recognize that layout?

Finally the bottom two cards are are loosely water colored over gold embossing.  This is a look that always turns out beautiful! 

I hope you haven't minded my gushing over these two sets today.  I'm a bit sad because both are RETIRING at the end of April (although I will still use them.)

I wanted to show you how wonderful these sets are and give you the chance to get them before they are gone!

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4/06/2021

Splat Technique Color Challenge Card

Happy Tuesday!  We have a new hostess this month at CAS Colors and Sketches blog, Wei.  This week she gave us some pretty "floral" colors to work with.  I call them floral because that was the first thing that crossed my mind when I saw them, but I went in a totally different direction.


For this card I used a watercolor splat technique.  I've used this technique before and there are a couple of ways to do it.  I explain these in this post.  For this card I dipped my paper in Bumble Bee and Merry Merlot ink on my mat.  After it had dried, I used a paint brush and Mossy Meadow that had been thinned with water to add splatters to the paper.

From there I cut the strips and then tore the edges.  This technique is a simple process and one that always gives beautiful and unique results.  (If you want something be consistent every time you do it, then this probably isn't the technique for you.)

Products used:

  • Stamps: Stampin' Up! Simply Succulents (sentiment)
  • Ink: Stampin' Up! Bumble Bee, Merry Merlot, Mossy Meadow, Versafine Black Onyx
  • Paper: Stathmore Mixed Media
  • Dies: My Favorite Things Stitched  Rectangles

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4/05/2021

You're the Stripes to My Zebra

The color challenge at Splitcoaststampers this week is offering a classic combination - black, white, grey and a color of your choice!  I had a few colors picked out but waited until I picked my image to decide.  Initially I wanted to do something elegant  and floral.  As you can see - I did not.

For fast coloring I have three go-to critters: zebras, pandas, and penguins.  Notice a theme here?  Add a bit of grey shading to any one of these and they're done!

I was in a bit of a time crunch this past weekend so I used Zippy Zebra by My Favorite Things,  The layout went quickly as  fast as the coloring.  I used Daffodil Delight as my color choice.  Since the challenge rules allow for Stampin' Up! neutrals at any time I also used some Mossy Meadow on the flower leaves. 

Products used:

  • Stamps: My Favorites Things Zippy Zebras
  • Dies: MFT Stitched Curves, The Stamps of Life Flower
  • Markers: Copic markers - N0, N1; Stampin' Blends - Daffodil Delight Light & Dark, Mossy Meadow Light
  • Accessories: Enamel Dots, washi tape

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4/01/2021

Hello Hummingbird

Good morning!  It's another week and new month for Team O at Tic Tac Toe Challenge.  I love this month's theme -  mom, feminine and encouraging.  Perfect for leading up to Mother's Day.  Of course the rules are the same.  Pick your row, column or diagonal and go from there.

 

This week I picked the bottom row across: Friend, Purple and Bird.  There are so many hummingbird stamps out there and I love it!  I live in Southern California and we have hummingbirds pretty much year round.  During the winter they are a bit more scarce, but some stay put.

Hummingbirds are fascinating and I once heard them described "if hummingbirds were the size of hawks we'd all be afraid to walk in the woods."  They are aggressive and it sounds like a gigantic bee when they buzz you.  When my youngest was about three years old, she was headed towards where we had the hummingbird feeder.  Suddenly one swooped down and got about a foot away from her face and hovered there.  As she went side to side it just matched her movements.  After about ten seconds of this she screamed and ran away.  She has never lived down "the hummingbird incident".

Besides being aggressive, another thing hummers are is shimmery.  Their feathers can really catch the light.  So for my birds, I used a Clear Wink of Stella and the ink re-inkers to "water color" my image.  Surprisingly this did not harm my Wink of Stella and I can still use it as is.  I just needed to wipe it off on a paper towel.  Below are some close-ups of my birds - I hope you can see the shimmer.


 

I hope you've enjoyed my card today and find time to join us in the challenge.

Products used:

  • Stamps: The Stamps of Life Hummingbird, Thanks4oneyear
  • Dies: TSOL Scalloped Rectangles
  • Ink: Stampin' Up! Lovely Lipstick, Pacific Point, Granny Apple Green, Gorgeous Grape
  • Accessories: Rhinestones

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3/31/2021

Tip for Using Stacked Die-Cuts with Housecats Stamps and Layers

This card was made for the Sketch Challenge this week at Splitcoaststampers where I have the pleasure of being a guest on their design team for the next few months!

I had fun with this card. This stamp set came in a card kit that I received just a few days ago. The kit reminded me of my daughter who loves cats, plants and the colors in the kit - I HAD to buy it!

While I didn't use the paper in the kit I kept my colors the same. I stenciled the largest diamond using Grey Granite then added the middle diamond which I embossed to add texture.

All the images were colored in Copics and then die cut with a small square. I always find it difficult to cut into an image I've colored but I really wanted these to be "partial shots", not full images. To pop these up from the card base I added two layers of Sahara Sand underneath.

A tip for when you are using stacked cardstock layers beneath a shape instead of foam - if the stack is not going to be on a solid layer but a one that is already layered (as here where the small squares are on both the card base and the textured diamond), the stack can be a bit wobbly.  Place a small, extra piece of card stock on the end that needs support.  Here, the upper and lower squares had two complete Sahara Sand layers under them and the top square had a third strip of Sahara Sand underneath at the top, the bottom square had the same at the bottom.  This allows those squares to be stable on the card! (I should have taken a photo....)

Lining everything up was probably the hardest part of this card. I definitely measured twice!

Products used:

  • Stamps: My Favorite Things Housecats
  • Dies: Cottage Cutz Stitched Squares
  • Cardstock:  Whisper White, Sahara Sand
  • Ink: Memento Black, Stampin' Up! Grey Granite
  • Markers: Stampin' Blends Old Olive Light & Dark; Spectrum Noir Tri-Blends Aqua Blue Blend; Copics Y21, Y26, W00, W2
  • Accessories: MFT Weave stencil, SU Tasteful Textures embossing folder

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3/30/2021

Double Challenge Tuesday Using the Glimmer Hot Foil System

It's the fifth Tuesday of the month so that means a double challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches, a previous sketch combined with retired colors.  I will admit - YoonYoung really challenged me with these colors.


In the end I decided to get out my Glimmer Hot Foil system.  I'm not sure if that was a smart move.  I love the system but there is a learning curve and I hadn't used it in awhile.  So I had several misprints before I got anything useful.

A tip for using the system (which I forgot until I was almost done) - make the paper for whatever you are foiling larger than needed and cut down after you've finished.  It is very difficult to make sure exactly where you are foiling since it's all done upside down and things tend to shift while moving the plates to your Platinum machine from the foil machine.  Sigh. 

Anyway, I foiled the presents and sentiment in gold then water colored around the packages using the challenge colors.  Not sure I love, it but I'm pleased with how it came out.  Sometimes you have to say "it's good enough".

I think I need to play more with my Glimmer system!

Products used:

  • Image: Spellbinders Glimmer Hot Foil System, Glimmer Gift Border, Glimmer Hot Foil Kit of the Month March 2021
  • Ink: Tempting Turquoise, Peek-a-Boo Peach and Marina Mist

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3/29/2021

Bitty Birdhouse Color Challenge

I hope you had a great weekend!  To start of this week I have a CAS card for this week's color challenge at Splitcoaststampers.  Karen gave us Pacific Point, Pool Party and Old Olive with a dessert of Spring.  I love the colors but I will admit it took a bit of thinking to come up with a spring themed card with these colors.

I thought about flowers or birds but the blues don't say flowers and I would have liked a red to use with a bird (bluebird).  But in thinking about birds, I decided upon a birdhouse!

Everything but the sentiment is die cut.  I did used a dark brown Copic marker (E47) to color the branch of the tree.  I did NOT want to paper piece that together LOL!  To add some texture I ran my back panel through an embossing folder.   Pearls substitute for the berries that would normally be on the branch.

A very simple card to put together.

Products used:

  • Dies: Simon Says Stamp Bitty Birdhouse, Cottage Cutz Stitched Scalloped Rectangles, Stampin' Up! Birds & More
  • Stamps: Simon Says Stamp Spring Birds
  • Cardstock: Whisper White, Pool Party, Old Olive, Early Espresso
  • Accessories: Stampin' Up! Tasteful Textures embossing folder, Stampin' Up! Pearls

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3/22/2021

Flowers for Your Birthday Front Flap Card

This week I'm the color challenge hostess at Splitcoaststampers.  I wanted some fresh, spring colors so I chose Pineapple Punch, Granny Apple Green and Highland Heather; dots are my dessert option.  These are very floral colors to me and a friend who loves to garden has her birthday next week.

I also know she loves when I make fun fold or interactive cards for her.  This card is made with a die from the Stamps of Life.  It is a long die when assembled for the card - 11 inches!  So you need to cut this blade up to ensure you get the correct cut.  From there you just cut the layering pieces and assemble. It actually is quite easy.

My inspiration for the colors came from some enamel dots I received in one of their card kits (I knew I'd be able to get dessert in that way!)  Since I used a Stamps of Life polka dot paper , I substituted Stamps of Life cardstock for the Granny Apple Green (TSOL Apple Green) and Pineapple Punch (TSOL Lemonade).  Substitutions like this are allowed; we want everyone to play and not everyone has Stampin' Up! colors.

The graphic above links to the challenge - we would love to have you join us this week.

Products used:

  • Die: The Stamps of Life Drop-in A2 Floral Happy Birthday
  • Cardstock and paper: TSOL Spring Basics, Lemonade, Apple Green, SU Highland Heather

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3/18/2021

Whimiscal Flowers Birthday Card

Team O has another challenge this week at Tic Tac Toe Challenge.  I chose the bottom row across - Die Cuts, Flowers and Slim Line Card.


 
These dies are so bold and fun that I knew they needed some bright, bold colors.  I picked out my background pattern paper first and then found some bright solids to go with them.  I added just a touch of ink around the edges to give a little shading and a bit of washi tape.

Die cut cards like this are fairly quick to make - once you have the layout and colors decided (seriously that can take the most time!)

Products used: (all The The Stamps of Life)

  • Dies: Spring Flowers, Floral Slim Line Panel
  • Paper: Thanks, Spring Basics

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