Friday, September 23, 2016

Autumn Coffee

Hi stampers! 
It's second post for today! Today I am taking part of the Coffee Lovers blog hop along with A2ZScrapbooking design team ( A2Z is one of the sponsors of the blog hop - so head over there to check out the links of the rest of the DT creations).
For my card I used the new coffee cup stamp set and die bundle. I stamped the cup with the AUtumn Ombre ink, as well as the whipped cream. Then I colored the whipped cream with my Spectrum noir sparkle pens. Then I cut a panel from white card stock and stamped the sentiment from the September Hero Arts MMH kit and then the back panel from the copper shimmer card stock that was in the same kit and added the gems from the kit. 

If you like to purchase any Hero Arts products head to the A2Z Etsy store and use the coupon code "Ilina15" ( the first letter is capital "i") to get 15% off your order of $25+ , if you want something and don't see it in the store you can do special request and they'll do custom order for you :)








Seriously you are the best

Hi stampers!
Happy Friday! It's time for another CAS-Fridays challenge and this time it's shaker card! I LOVE shaker cards and I used my favorite stamp set to create this card. I stamped the images with versafine, then embossed with ultra fine clear Hero Arts embossing powder and colored with my Chameleon pens, Then I created the shaker frame using the Bubble Box Fri-dies. To finish it off I assembled the card and stamped the sentiment with Versamark and embossed with white embossing powder. 
Make sure you visit the CAS-Fridays challenge blog and play along with us. As well visit the blogs of the rest of the DT for more Shaker card goodness!






Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Thank you for always being so kind

Hi stampers!
I apologize for the silence the past couple weeks. Work has been insane and I have been trying to catch up with Design Teams assignments . Today I have a card for you that I made for this week's Card Concept Challenge. I used a Crafter's workshop stencil to do the wheels that reminded me of the citrus fruit on the inspiration picture and I used the colors from the picture, next I embossed a piece of black card stock with black sparkle embossing powder by applying my Versamark ink directly to the card stock and then I die cut the Thank You sentiment which is a die from Hero Arts. I trimmed my stenciled panel and stamped my sentiment, at the end I adhered the die cut, and attached it to black card base! Hope you play along with the challenge ;) 




Note: The Ornaments and Snow globe kits are HERE








Wednesday, September 14, 2016

MISTI Sale and my last post for So Suzy stamps - Go with the flow

Hi Stampers!
Before I go into sharing my card I just wanted to let you know that Iliana from My Sweet Petunia is having a MISTI Sale ( 15% off) that came with the recent review at Splitcoast Stampers and 5% of all sales will go to the KIND Campaign. If you are not familiar with the KIND Campaign find out more HERE.
To get the 15% off use the coupon code SCSKIND (note: the sale ends today 9/15).



Head to the My Sweet Petunia website to get your MISTI today, or few of them ;) and pick up some card guards while you are there (this is the new product Iliana released few months ago, and are perfect for mailing bulky cards, so they don't get squished in the mail)

Now onto the card, and as I mentioned in the title of the blog post, this is my last post for the So Suzy SAM DT. It's been pleasure and honor to work with Suzy the past few months. 
I used the September stamp (Coral) to stamp on the bottom of my panel. First I stamped with Hero Arts Vintage rust ombre ink, then embossed with the Hero Arts clear embossing powder and used my Distress inks to blend some color in. I wanted to make an unusual and warm looking background, compared to your usual blue under the sea themes. 
Next I stamped the turtle (this was from Hero Arts MMH kit couple months ago) with the same ombre ink, then on top I stamped with the Hero Arts green ombre ink using the MISTI tool, so it was perfectly lined up. Because I had first stamped with pigment ink, the image was still wet and I was able to emboss it with clear embossing powder. Next I added some color to the turtle using the same ombre ink pad and daubers
I wanted more color to the corals, so I stamped the images again using the green ombre ink pad, and then the pink neon ombre ink pad. To finish up my card I added bubbles using the brown ombre ink pad and added the sentiment using the green ombre ink pad. 
Then die cut the panel using the Hero Arts infinity rectangle dies and mounted my panel with some craft foam to a Hero Arts note card. 

Note: The Snow globes and Ornaments are back! Order HERE







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