Saturday, June 15, 2019

#tanyasblends: Unicorn Mist

Hey friends! I am back with another #tanyablends creation! This is actually the first blend that I shared on Instagram, but the second card I made with the blends I made that day.


Here it is! Don't you love it?! Here are the colors, if you don't read upside down. You know, I thought everyone could do that! Turns out, not so much. Just more proof that I am weird 😉
  • Milled Lavender
  • Victorian Velvet
  • Seedless Preserves

This is a video I made of this card from start to finish. CHeck it out for all the nitty gritty details.

 This is a fairly limited supply card. I only used one stamp set, believe it or not!

I used coasters for all of the dimension. I am trying to convert more of you to the Earth friendly and superior performance alternative to foam tape and Fun Foam!

I used some pretty crystals form Studio Katia to cover up my clumsy fingerprints.


I even stamped with Oxides on the inside. So awesome!!

Don't forget to use the #tanyasblends tag when sharing on social media so we can all see what you make.

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Friday, June 14, 2019

#tanyablends: Soft Sunrise with Ink Road Coffee

A few days ago, I had just finished working five 12+ hour shifts in a row, and was feeling the need for a creative refreshment, but had no real ideas on what to create.

Thankfully, there was a box sitting next to me with shipments from Scrapbook.com and Amazon with 48 Distress Oxide pads and reinkers that I needed to complete my collection. So, I decided to do some ink blending as it does not require much thought for me. I love playing with color, and sometimes, that is the most relaxing and joyful thing in the world for me.

I ended up creating a stack of blended panels, and used every single color at least once! And I will be sharing them with all of you, one at a time. I also hope to create a card with each of these panels to share at the same time.

This blend reminds me of a soft sunrise, and I love it! These were all blended onto #80 white cardstock using blending sponges, then spattered with water. Here are the colors I used:
  • Tattered Rose
  • Tea Dye
  • Rusty Hinge

And here is what I made with that panel! I decided to use another item that arrived while I was working: Mug Life from The Ink Road. I love me a snarky stamp set!

I also used a coverplate die from the July 2018 My Monthly Hero kit to cut the rays into the panel. It is spattered with some Copper Perfect Pearls, and dotted with Morning Dew Nuvo Crystal Drops.


The cups are colored with Copics and fussy cut. The sentiment in Copper heat embossed on a label die cut with a die from the July 2018 Spellbinders Kit of the Month. 
  • Yellow cup:Y15, YR15, YR18, W0, W1
  • Red cup: R05, R24, R29, E50, E53, W0, W1
  • Orange cup: YR61, YR65, YR68

Inside gets some love too! I blended the same colors inside with the Tim Holtz Rays stencil, then stamped the sentiment with the Hero Arts Vintage Ombre Metallic Rust ink pad.

I totally played with all kinds of things, new and old, from my craft room here, and that is why we build our stashes 😉

What will you do with this blend? Be sure to use the #tanyasblends tag when you post to social media so we can all see what you create!

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Stamp Review Crew: Daisy Delight

https://stampreviewcrew.blogspot.com/2019/06/dd.html
Hello friends! We are back with more fun with stamps, and this time we are using Daisy Delight. This set was a hit a couple years ago when it first came out, and is still a popular set. There is a new set coming that coordinates with it in the new Annual Catalog, called Daisy Lane.

Hopefully, we are going to show you a bunch of new ways to use this set today.

If you are following along in order, you just arrived from the lovely Cindy Elam's blog. Such a charming card, right?!

I was feeling purple today, and took a panel I had been practicing the smoosh technique on as the starting point for this card. I used the new Hero Hues Reactive ink in Thistle for the smooshing, but it is a very close match to Highland Heather. Which is what this image reminds me of here! Can't you just smell it in the wind?

I used Gorgeous Grape and Highland Heather for the purple stamping, and Pear Pizzazz for the green.

Stitched Rectangles dies and actual stitching on the layers, and the Subtle embossing folder all played a part in this card.

Inside got more of the same stamping.

I hope this made you look at this stamp set in a new way, and provides some inspiration.

 Let's go see what Dawn Tidd has in store for us!

https://tiddbitsfromdawn.typepad.com/tiddbits-from-dawn/2019/06/the-stamp-review-crew-daisy-delight-edition.html

https://www.heartsdelightcards.com/2019/06/the-stamp-review-crew-daisy-delight.html

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

New Hero Hues Rctive Inks vsw Distress Oxides


I was so excited to get my hands on the new Hero Hues Reactive Inks that I ordered them in the first hours that they were available on May 22nd. There were some reactive inks in a few of the My Monthly Hero kits over the last year, so I had gotten the opportunity to play with them a bit. Enough to know that I wanted more!




I did make a video that shows all the nitty gritty details.


I started with solid image and line art image stamping with Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink and Creamsicle Hero Hues inks. I also did clear heat embossing over the inks. The stamps are from Concord and 9th Peek-Through Patterns and Little Love Tag.


This is an even finer lined image with Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide and Taffy Hero Hues.



These were blended, then smooshed, and layered. Worn Lipstick/Taffy, Festive Berries/Fruit Punch, and Wilted Violet/Grape Slush are the colors. 

Same colors used as watercolor paint on watercolor paper with Versafine Onyx Black ink. 

Then I tried stamping on black cardstock with Fossalized Amber Distress Ink and Lemon Drop Hero Hues. 

Same colors on Kraft cardstock. 

Last, but not least, a watercolor wash with spritzing and smooshing.

I love these both, and they are very similar. I would say that the difference is that the Hero Hues are more vibrant and the Oxides have that awesome chalkiness. Yes, you need both 😁

Here are some convenient links to the products I used here, check them out!

Friday, May 10, 2019

Concord and 9th Geode


I like to play with rocks. My grandkids like to play with rocks. I have actually found geodes in my childhood home's yard! They were quartz, and about the size of a softball. So, when I discovered the Geode stamps and dies from Concord and 9th, I knew I had to have them.


Here is the video of how I made this card. Check it out for all the fine details!

I used Gold Tinsel embossing powder to heat emboss this image on watercolor paper, then spritzed color onto the image. Spritzed again with Pearlized water.

Then I used and embossing pen to clear glitter emboss the very center of this.

There are coordinating dies for this set, so I cut it out.



To create the dark shell,  Soft Suede ink was sponged on the edges. The panel behind the geode is embossed with Bright Days embossing folder from Fun Stampers Journey.

The part of the sentiment is stamped in Fresh Fig and clear heat embossed,  and the center part is Gold Tinsel heat embossed, all on vellum.


There is a heart geode image in this set, and I thought it would be perfect for the inside. It was Gold Tinsel heat embossed on vellum, then die cut.

This last sentiment was also Gold Tinsel heat embossed on some sponged and spritzed white cardstock before diecutting and adhereing this all inside the card.

I really enjoyed making this card, and I hope you enjoyed the process!

Be sure to subscribe to my blog and YouTube channel so you don't miss any of my projects. Check out the links below for the supplies I used in these cards.

This blog and its content are my sole responsibility. I only use and show what I love, even if it is a design team assignment. Because, hey. I wouldn’t agree to be on a design team if I didn’t love the product! Links to supplies are provided, some of which are affiliate links, but not all of them actually create income for me.  Every little bit helps to support this channel.

Some of the supplies listed below are affiliate links, some are not. If you use an affiliate link here to make a purchase, I may get a small compensation. I only use things that I love, and do not create paid posts. 


Sunday, May 5, 2019

Stamp Review Crew: Incredibly Like You

https://stampreviewcrew.blogspot.com/2018/11/first-frost.html

Hello friends! It has been a while since I have been able to participate in a Stamp Review Crew hop, and I am excited to share with you all again. We are using the Incredible Like You stamp set this time, and it has a nice mix of images and sentiments. This was either an All Attendee give away or a Prize Patrol at the November OnStage event, and is not something I would have gotten for myself. After being a demonstrator for over 12 years, I have accumulated many, many flower sets. That being said, this is a lovely set with some awesome sentiments!

https://www.stampinup.com/ecweb/product/148708/incredible-like-you-photopolymer-stamp-set

If you are following along in order, then you have just arrived from the delightfully talented Lauren Alarid's blog.




My first project is panel of watercolor paper that I sponged then spritzed with Pearlized water to blend and get some drips.



I stamped the two step flowers in combinations of the same colors, then fussy cut them. Added layers of vellum die cut with a die from the Stitched Labels framelits set with a sentiment on sponged ans spritzed cardstock and white heat embossed.



The card was looking a little washed out and needed a pop of something, so I started with added some Clear Wink of Stella to the flowers. That wasn't enough, so I added some black dots to the centers of the flowers.  That seemed to do the trick.



For this card, I wanted a quick, simple rainbow card.



Perfect for those moments when you need a fast gender neutral card.

That is it for me I hope you enjoyed my projects.

Next up is Nikki Spencer and she is sure to have something incredible!



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Friday, May 3, 2019

Hero Arts Jellyfish Party with Video


Hey friends! How about some marine life this time? I created these cards about a month ago and finally had time to get the video edited and a blog post written. Honestly, I intended to get this published next week, but I accidentally uploaded the video to YouTube as a public video right away! Oops. I am still learning lots about doing videos.



Since I made a video with the whole process, I am going to be brief here. Please go check out the video for the nitty gritty details.

This is a single watercolor panel cut in half with a Papertrey Ink On The Round wavy edge die and adhered over a White Satin Pearl embossed panel.

This one uses the Lil' Inker Stitched Diagonal die to  create a recessed area to put the embossed sentiment.


The inside is stamped with a jellyfish from the March 2019 My Monthly Hero and the Concord & 9th Grateful for Everything stamp set.


This uses the die cut left over from the previous card over a Subtle embossed white panel. The sentiment is from the Thankful Leaves Turnabout from Concord & 9th in white embossing.


Inside is a sentiment from the Thankful Leaves Turnabout stamped in a gradient with Pool Party and one of the reactive blue inks from the March 2019 My Monthly Hero kit.


I made some "bubbles" of jellyfish on this card, and added some stamped and die cut jellyfish from the March 2019 My Monthly Hero kit. The sentiment is from the MMH kit also.


Extra die cuts and another jellyfish stamped directly inside the card. 


More bubbles, but over a white panel embossed with White Satin Pearl. And a different sentiment from the March 2019 MMH kit.


This background was a watercolor/smoosh technique with reactive blue inks from the MMH. And White Satin Pearl Jellyfish Party embossed over the top.


And the last card, I used a full panel. I just couldn't cut this one up!


I even used the scrap on the inside!

Be sure to subscribe to my blog and YouTube channel so you don't miss any of my projects. Check out the links below for the supplies I used in these cards.

This blog and its content are my sole responsibility. I only use and show what I love, even if it is a design team assignment. Because, hey. I wouldn’t agree to be on a design team if I didn’t love the product! Links to supplies are provided, some of which are affiliate links, but not all of them actually create income for me.  Every little bit helps to support this channel.

Some of the supplies listed below are affiliate links, some are not. If you use an affiliate link here to make a purchase, I may get a small compensation. I only use things that I love, and do not create paid posts.



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