Snowflakes Week - Day 4

October 19, 2017




Hi! Today I'm sharing Snowflakes! I added a little Festive Wreath light bulbs in for fun too!


I started the card by heat embossing the sentiment. I love the font combination of this sentiments. Next, I blended the background with Distress Inks and then stamped the snowflakes with Distress Oxide. 

I cut the card front and die cut a window using Wonky Stitches dies. Next I stamped and die cut the lights from Festive Wreath. The string is the "tails" from sentiments in Snowflakes dies.


I hope you have a great day!



Snowflakes Week

October 18, 2017



Hello there!
It's Yainea here with a Christmas card featuring the gorgeous Snowflakes stamps and dies. This set is perfect to create a lot of different cards and try different techniques.


I started by stamping the snowflakes with Versamark ink on vellum and then heat emboss them.
I used the Wonky Stitched dies to cut my base panel, I wanted a watercolor background for my card so I took some Distress inks, rubbed the ink pads on my acrylic block, added water and then I just used them like regular watercolors, adding different colors in different layers to achieve that effect.


Then, I used a Perfect Pearls spray on top to add some shine and adhered the sentiment and snowflakes. Finally, I adhered my panel to a white card base and the card was done. So fun! :)
I hope you like it!


Have an amazing day!

Supply list:
- Snowflakes Clear Stamps
Snowflakes Elle-ments
Wonky Stitches Elle-ments
Pure White Fine Embossing Powder

Snowflake Week - Day 3



Hello!  Amy K. here with a glittery, metallic winter card using the Snowflakes stamp set.  I started with a white panel and using Silver Embossing Powder, heat embossed the various snowflakes.  I used the dotted border die from Picket Fence Elle-ments as the edge.  I inlaid the Let it Snow from Snowflakes Elle-ments using silver glitter paper.  I left off any embellishments to keep this flat except for the foam adhesive on the curved panel so it is easy to mail!

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Thanks for sharing a part of your day with me!



Shaker Tags with Melania

October 17, 2017



Hi all! It's Deasy here. Today I want to share my shaker tags for Avery Elle featuring Shaker Tags Elle-ments. This dies are so versatile and fun so I combine it with another stamps and dies.








Avery Elle supply that I'm using :
Shaker Tags Elle-ments to die cut the tags 
Winter Woodland Wonders Clear Stamps for the images and sentiment
Winter Woodland Wonders Elle-ments to die cut the images
Brring On The Joy Clear Stamps for the images
Brring On The Joy Elle-ments to die cut the images
Pierced Banner Layers Elle-ments to die cut banner for the sentiment
Lucky Hemp Twine and Strawberry Hemp Twine for the twine

I stamp, color the images using copic then die cut it. The sentiment is from silver embossing powder. To color the background, I'm using Dye Ink with blending tool then splash white watercolor with my brush.

Thank you so much for stopping by and happy crafting!

Hugs,

Melania Deasy

Snowflakes Week - Day 1

October 16, 2017




This week we are featuring our lovely Snowflakes stamp and die set.  I hope that you enjoy all of the inspiration this week!


 

Hi there, it's Caryn Davies here today sharing a bright and festive holiday card featuring the gorgeous Snowflakes Clear Stamps.  I know bright pink isn't the traditional colour you would think to pick for a snow-themed card but it's the holidays - anything goes in my book and the brighter, the better!!

I started with a pink 4 1/4 x 5 1/2" base card and die cut a rectangle mat from white card and heat embossed a flurry of snowflakes onto it in white.  I then took some Magenta Infusions powder from Paper Artsy (available at Simon Says Stamp) and sprinkled it over the snowflakes.  You may think there's nothing there and be tempted to add a ton of powder - DON'T!  As soon as you add a spray of water over the powder the intense pigment just comes alive!  You can add more obviously and dab off where you want but these powders are just so much fun.  



Once it had dried I used the Let It Snow sentiment and heat embossed a strip of vellum in white.  I wrapped it round the panel and mounted it all onto the card base.  To finish I added a few dots of white Nuvo Drops here and there.


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Welcome Home Seasons Week - Day 5

October 13, 2017



Hi Friends! Today I'm sharing the super versatile Welcome Home Seasons! Since Halloween is just around the corner I thought it would be fun to create a spooky, but cute Halloween card.


To start my card I stamped the two windows and the tree on card stock. Next, I created a mask for each item I stamped. The masks allowed me to blend ink over the entire card base. Then, I removed the masks and colored the images. Tip: Any background areas around the stamps that didn't get good ink coverage can be colored with a matching marker. It's an easy fix!


Next, I stamped the banner, die cut it out and added color. The card was finished with a frame, created with the Scalloped Pierced Rectangles, and a few sequins.

Thanks for stopping by!

Welcome Home Seasons Week - Day 4

October 12, 2017



Hey everyone!  It's Heather Campbell here and today I've got not only a card to share but also a video explaining a few techniques and how I created my card!

I loved the original Welcome Home stamp set so the new Welcome Home Seasons is a great addition and I know will get a ton of mileage in my house.


Here's my video...


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Thank you so much for stopping by today!  I hope you enjoyed the video!

Thanks!
Heather

Welcome Home Seasons Week - Day 3

October 11, 2017



Hello friends,

Katie Gehring here today to share a Halloween House created with the Welcome Home Seasons stamp set.  I adore the original Welcome Home stamp set.  It's so fun to play architect and home designers with stamps and paper.  Now that October is here, I thought I ought to decorate the house for the upcoming Halloween holiday!



I used a combination of images from the Welcome Home and the Welcome Home Seasons stamp sets to create the house.  I love how the yellow door and windows pop against the gray house.   The ghost and cobwebs are adorably spooky- not scary- which is how I like my Halloween!



Adding some detail to the roof line with a white gel pen really brought out the decorative accents on the roof. I colored the potted plants with violet Copic markers and hung a wreath on the front door as a finishing touch.

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Now I am definitely in the spirit to decorate my own house for Halloween.  Don't forget to check back this week for even more inspiration featuring the Welcome Home Seasons stamp set!

Thanks for popping in!
Katie

Welcome Home Seasons Week - Day 2

October 10, 2017



Hi Everyone!  I am popping in quickly with a card I created using our new Welcome Home Seasons stamps and dies.  They are so fun and I just love how you can use them to customize your projects for different times of the year.  I created a quick video of my card as well.  


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Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great day!

Welome Home Seasons Week - Day 1

October 9, 2017




This week we are featuring our Welcome Home Seasons stamps and dies.  These sets coordinate with our Welcome Home Stamp and die set and are SO cute.  They can be used all year long.  To see how these sets work together be sure to check out the quick video below and then take a peek at what Yainea has created today!


 

Hello everyone!

It's Yainea here with a pink Christmas card featuring the Welcome Home Seasons stamps and dies. You can totally use this set on its own but it's a perfect add-on for the Welcome Home set, full of little elements to customize the House for different holidays like Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Valentine's day :)

Christmas cards are never enough so I decided to decorate the Welcome Home house with Christmas elements and create a pink and kraft Christmas card. I love this non-traditional color combo!


I heat embossed all the elements from the original Welcome Home set using white embossing powder and then I stamped the add-on elements in different colors and colored them with my Prismacolor pencils. I wanted to showcase the Christmas elements and I thought this would be a great way to do it :)


I adhered all the different elements on a card base with a piece of patterned paper from the Sorbet collection that I previously die cut using the Scalloped Pierced Rectangle dies. Finally I tied some pink twine on top and the card is done :)

I hope you like it! Have a nice Monday!

Supply list:
- Welcome Home Seasons Clear Stamps
- Welcome Home Seasons Elle-ments
- Welcome Home Clear Stamps
- Welcome Home Elle-ments
- Scalloped Pierced Rectangle Elle-ments
- The Sorbet Collection paper pad
Raspberry Hemp Twine
Pure White Fine embossing powder

Frosty Friends Week - Day 4

October 5, 2017



Hello Friends! Today I'm sharing the adorable stamp set Frosty Friends. This set reminds me of  beautiful Christmas antique treasures. I did a little searching on Pinterest for inspiration and then started on my card. 


First I stamped, die cut and colored the snow people. I used soft coloring and bold shadowing. I love how they turned out.


Next, I masked and inked a snow hill for the background and stamped the sentiment. Super simple and oh so sweet.

Thanks for stopping by!

Frosty Friends Week - Day 3

October 4, 2017



Hello!  Amy K. here with a card that will take you back to old vintage holiday cards.  I love old cards and I have some from my grandmas era that I kept when we were going through her things.  

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Using Frosty Friends, I colored Mr.Snowman in using N1, N3, N5, N7 and a gold Wink of Stella pen.  I also colored the North Pole sign using R27 and BG0000 and B00.  The chunky "snow" you see is Stampendous Chunky White Deep Impression Embossing Enamel.  I love to break this out for wintery cards!  TIP:  Just remember to emboss it on the BACKSIDE of your paper!


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For my background, I've simply swiped my Versamark ink pad over a piece of cardstock and added Princess Gold Embossing Powder from Ranger and embossed.  I diecut this panel with the scalloped rectangle die from Sweet Scallops Elle-ments.  You may notice that this panel is "smaller" than the die.  I simply die cut it several times making it the size I want!  I added a snow drift hill using the Picket Fence Elle-ments.  To finish, I stamped and embossed the sentiment and star with the same Princess Gold embossing powder and added Mr. Snowman with foam adhesive.

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Frosty Friends Week - Day 2

October 3, 2017



Hi Everyone.  I am popping in with a quick card and video that I made this week using our Frosty Friends stamp and die set.   I just love the fun retro feel of this set!  


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Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great day!

Frosty Friends Week - Day 1 & Viedo

October 2, 2017



Hi everyone!  This week we are featuring project examples using our new Frosty Friends Clear Stamps & Dies.  I hope you love the projects as much as I do!!




Hey there Avery Elle Fans, it's Caryn here with a card using the Frosty Friends stamp set (designed by me!).

My usual take on a snowy themed card would be to reach for the pale blues and aqua shades to give a classic icy feel to the image.  This time however, given the vintage style of the set I thought I'd try to recreate a more old-fashioned look, like an old sepia photo.

I've also made a little video showing how this card card came together using a partial die-cutting technique which is lots of fun!






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Thanks so much for stopping by today.


 
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