Stuck On You Week - Day 5

December 14, 2018




Hi Everyone! Today I'm sharing Stuck on You along with And Then sentiment stamps.

I made some small love notes that are so sweet! Let's take a look!


First, I cut white card stock in 3 x 4 inch pieces and rounded the corners. Next, I heat embossed sentiments from And Then on to each card and blended Distress Ink on the entire card. 

Next, I stamped the large cactus several times from Stuck on You and colored them with Copics. I added one cactus to each card and they were complete!


These will be so fun to tuck in to lunches or give with small gifts for Valentines day! So fun!

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Stuck On You Week - Day 4

December 13, 2018



Hey all!  Heather here.
Today I'm back with a card using the adorable mini, Stuck On You!


To create my card, I thought it would be fun to use the adorable cacti to create a background pattern and use them to frame a sentiment.

First I stamped a sentiment, from the new And Then stamp set.  Once that was stamped, I stamped all of the cacti and hearts and colored it all in.

Thanks for stopping by and sharing part of your day with me!  Have a great one!

Stuck On You Week - Day 3

December 12, 2018



Hello friends!

Katie here with a video to share with you today featuring the Stuck on You clear stamps and coordinating Elle-ments dies.  I also incorporated the Tons of Hearts Frame Elle-ments die for a fun background technique using Embossing Paste and Avery Elle's Liquid Watercolors.  I hope you'll take a peek to see how it all came together!






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Thanks for stopping by!
Katie

Stuck On You Week - Day 2

December 11, 2018



Hi there!  Elena here, with a card featuring the super cute cactus pair from Stuck On You:


I started out by stamping, coloring and die-cutting the cacti. I love that the faces are included as separate stamps, so that you can stamp them in afterwards. I stamped the small round one so it looks like she's staring up at her talk, dark, handsome drink of water. ha.


I used the Oval Burst die to frame out the images, and even draped a LOVE banner (from Party Pals) in the corner. I thought that added a sweet touch!

Within the frame, I ink-blended a light purple background, and splattered some white paint on top before adding the focal images. As a final touch, I added some ground beneath their pots using a warm grey copic marker (W1) and then stamped the sentiment.

I hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by!

Stuck On You Week - Day 1

December 10, 2018




Hello friends!

It's Yainea here today with a celebration card featuring my favorite set from this release. These cacti are too cute!!! I love that the set includes smiley faces in separate stamps so you can include them or not depending on your card.


I enjoyed a lot making this card, I used several techniques and had a lot of fun. I started with a kraft card base, stamping the cacti randomly using white ink.
Then I cut a piece of Bristol white cardstock smaller than my base and colored it with Avery Elle liquid watercolors.


The cacti where stamped on Bristol paper too and colored with Tombow markers. I cut the sentiment "Hooray" twice for more dimensi. Finally I put everything together and added some details like the twine and enamel drops.
The final result just makes me giggle, the "free hugs" sentiment is definitely my favorite!!

I hope you like my project or today, thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

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Peacock Week - Day 5

December 7, 2018



Hello! I am popping in today with a quick card that I created using our adorable new Peacock Stamp Set.  I love how easy it is to color this little guy! Isn't he cute?!


 Supplies:
Three Hearts Dies
Peacock Clear Stamps & Dies
Pure White Embossing Powder
New Moon Dye Ink 


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

Peacock Week - Day 4

December 6, 2018



Hi Everyone! Ashley here on the blog today to share the Peacock stamp set!


I love this adorable small stamp set! The peacock is so sweet! To create my card I started by stamping and die cutting the peacock. I was inspired by real peacock colors to color my stamped image. 

I cut a heart out for his wing from glitter card stock. I love the added sparkle!

I wanted the peacock to have all of the attention on this card so I added a soft background, stamped the sentiment and then added a trim piece.


Thanks for stopping by!

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Peacock Week - Day 3

December 5, 2018



Hello!  Amy here sharing a cute little number for the next holiday.....Valentine's Day!  With this being one of my favorite holidays to craft for, this mini stamp set that is SO easy to color will be a quick go-to set this season.

To create my background, I used the Three Hearts Elle-ments to cut out lots of hearts.  Using these hearts, I created a faux embossed panel using die cuts!  I kept adding hearts until my card front was filled and then just trimmed off all the excess with my scissors.

Peacock

To keep this clean and simple, I Copic colored my Peacock in rainbow colors (why not, right?) and die cut using the Peacock Elle-ments.  A simple white heat embossed 'Happy Valentine's Day' was done on a black cardstock strip.  A few red gems were added as a final touch!

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Peacock Week - Day 2

December 4, 2018



Hey all!
It's Heather Campbell here!  Today I've got a card using the new Peacock stamp set.


To start I ink blended a background and die cut a panel using the new Embellished Heart die

Then, I stamped the peacock with Avery Elle New Moon ink and die cut it out.  I adhered everything together and then finally added a sentiment coated heavily in glossy accents.  Lastly, I added some color coordinating gems. 

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
XOXO, 
Heather 

Peacock Week - Day 1

December 3, 2018



Hi there, it's Caryn here today with a short video showing how I created this card using the Peacock Stamp set and die along with a couple other Avery Elle products.




I was playing around with alcohol inks a few weeks ago and created a few different panels that I've been hoarding ever since.  I decided that this piece in particular was a perfect choice to start off this card as the colours scream Peacock to me!



I stamped and die cut the peacock image and then coloured it with Copics to match the scheme of blues and greens.  To build a layered look I cut a panel of vellum and added some gold detail using Avery Elle gold embossing powder.  I die cut a few other elements - the Wonky Circle Fame and a heart from the Embellished Heart die set.  



I added everything to the card front with adhesive on the vellum and ciecle frame and foam tape on the peacock and heart to add some depth and dimension.  To finish off I added detail with diamond glaze and a few sequins.

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