Thursday, April 27, 2017

Copper and Kraft Succulents

Still loving those Succulents? I sure am!! When I had 2 assignments with this stamp set, I cranked out a bunch of projects. There are so many ways to use these stamps! And here is another way to use them 😁


I slapped a bunch of images from the stamp set onto a large clear block and stamped them in Versamark all over a panel of Kraft cardstock. Then I Copper heat embossed them.
Added a snippet of Succulent Garden ribbon, a piece of Lace Doily, and a sentiment from So in Love stamped in Archival black then Clear embossed. And stitched around the edges. 
I also Copper embossed one of the tiny succulent flowers on Copper Foil, then die cut it. ANd popped it up on a bit of dimensional.

Inside, I stamped some succulents in stamped-off Sahara Sand, and more sentiment from So in Love. 
All done!

Now, what should I do with the other 3 panels of Copper embossed Kraft? Share some ideas in the comments!

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Display Stamper-Spinner Mermaid

I have so many more samples from being a Display stamper that I still need to share! I can't keep up with daily postings though, so bear with me as I work writing these posts up. I promise, it will be worth it 😉

OK, who doesn't love a spinner card?! They are so fun! And the Sliding Star framelits are retiring, so get them quick. They really make this card easy to create.
Since the sentiments are photopolymer, I was able to curve them on the acrylic block to stamp them in the spinner channel.
To line up the words in the channel, I die cut the spinner circle, then laid the outer part down on the card base and traced with a pencil, then laid the center part on the card base and traced that also. To help with placement, you can take the negative from the spinner channel and lay that down lined up with the traced mark and trace inside that.
Then just stamp the sentiment inside the channel.
The watercolored background pieces are all adhered to the card front with the Foam Adhesive strips so there is enough room for the spinner action.

This video show how I create this kind of watercolored background. And another adorable mermaid 😁

The Foam Adhesive Strips make a nice deep channel for a smooth spinner card. Love them, so glad they are staying!
I use the smallest circle die from the Layering Circles framelits, and the ½" circle punch to create the sandwich behind the mermaid image and cut the 2 framelit circles out of coaster board, and the punch out of Thick Whisper White (4 little circles glued together)

And how about that sweet little mermaid? Have you seen enough of her yet? No? Me either! I hope to see loads of mermaid projects after everybody else gets their hands on these stamps.

Now, only some of the supplies I used are available right now. But, you can still go shopping with me :)

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Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Thick Cardstock
$7.00
Watercolor Paper
$5.00
Sahara Sand Classic Stampin' Pad
$6.50
Soft Suede Classic Stampin' Pad
$6.50
Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Pad
$7.00
Stamping Sponges
$3.50
Stampin' Spritzer
$3.00
Heat Tool
$30.00
Big Shot
$110.00
Big Shot Magnetic Platform
$40.00
Sliding Star Framelits Dies
$27.00
Layering Circle Framelits Dies
$35.00
Aqua Painters
$17.00
Clear Wink Of Stella Glitter Brush
$8.00
Foam Adhesive Strips
$8.00
1/2" Circle Punch
$6.00

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Abstract Succulents

A few days ago I shared a project with the Oh, So Succulent set and the smoosh technique. You can find that post here. Well, I am back with the first smoosh :)


This turned into a really abstract art looking piece.
  • After smooshing this in puddles of watery Mint Macaron, Pear Pizzazz, and Sweet Sugarplum, I dried this panel with my heat tool. 
  • Then I wiped with the Embossing Buddy, stamped the bubbly succulent images in Versamark, and Copper heat embossed, then stitched around the panel. 
  • I added a Sweet Sugarplum strip with a White heat embossed sentiment, wrapped one end of the strip with Copper thread, and adhered the strip to the cardfront with some dimensionals.
  • I also took a strip of Vellum and stamped more bubbly succulents in Versamark and Copper heat embossed those. The sponged some Sweet Sugarplum and Mint Macaron on the back. I cut the end at an angle and adhered inside the card with a little Fine-Tip glue pen glue. 
  • Stamped the sentiment in Sweet Sugarplum. All done!


What do you think of the sponged vellum? I think it adds a unique touch, and fits right in with the abstract feel of this card.

Here is that other card again. It is a little hard to believe these 2 cards came from the same puddles of ink, isn't it?

That's it for today! Come back again soon 😊

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