Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Woman's Face

Good Morning Dreamerz and Happy Wednesday!!

Today is my day to take over the SumMoreFun Designs Blog.

Here's my inspiration for you using the following stamps:

Woman's Face

For todays post I wanted to share a truly versatile stamp with you. Woman's Face can be stamped on pretty much any paper, Patterned or plain and the results are always perfect.

Card Recipe:
I stamped the Woman's Face on a piece of Distress ink smooshed watercolor paper from my stash using Memento Dew Drops in Tuxedo Black and then applied some some flicks of black watercolor paint over the surface of both the base of the card and the stamped panel. The sentiment is from my stash and was stamped on a piece of velum then I applied a thin layer of white paint to the backside to take away some of the translucent properties of the velum.

With all the stamping and layers ready to go next up was assembly of the card. I used Tombow Extreme to affix the stamped Woman's Face layer to the A2 sized side folding piece of Neenah Desert Storm 100lb cardstock that I previously flicked the black on. The sentiment was then applied over a nest of silver thread using Tombow Extreme

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Monday, May 21, 2018

Proud of you

Proud of you!!!

Good Morning crafty friends.
Its my day to take over the blog.
Im sharing a
Card I made using Raisin Boat's
 Strokes of Pride stamp set.

This card is for my son. He is Graduating 6th grade this year.
Growing up way to fast, that's for sure!!!
I started out using heavy card stock. I stamped my images using the Tim Holtz stamp platform to align them the way I wanted.
This stamps set is great for using the different words for a quote and perfect to tell my son how PROUD I am of him.
Using Distress ink, I blended around the edges to add a distress look and add some design around the words.
I added layers of different colored paper to make it all come together.
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Here is the mood board

Remember you can use anything from the mood board to inspire you.
Something from a picture or even a color.

Head over and link up for your chance to WIN. And the prize DOUBLES if you use Victorine Originals stamps or Raisin Boat stamps.
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Saturday, May 19, 2018

Welcome Baby

Hello everyone,
Heather here and it is my day to take over the blog and I also have baby on the brain as my husband and I are going to be grandparents! So I pulled out this adorable set from Raisin Boat Stamps, "Onesie, Twosie" (10038) and got to work.

I started with an A2 card base in the color Lettuce going for a gender neutral card and with a pencil I lightly drew a grid towards the top of the card. I then took the adorable and wonky picture frame stamp from the set and stamped it in black ink four times, rotating the stamp a quarter turn each time.  I then used the puppy, stick horse, ducky and lion and stamped them each into their own frame. When that was done I erased my grid pencil lines for a clean look.  At the bottom of the card I stamped the "Welcome Baby" from a stamp set in my stash in black ink towards the bottom right portion of the card base.  I liked the look I got from doing just this, but for this card I lightly colored in each image using colored pencils and added some glitter to the top with my Nuvo Clear Glitter Pen.  I colored each of the frames in a light grey with the pencils as well. I think this card would make great baby shower invites or be good at a gender reveal or even as a baby shower gift card, and it would be so easy and quick to mass produce.  Another added bonus is it is a one layer card, so postage costs if mailing would be reasonable.
I hope you have enjoyed my card today, hope you have a great day and please join in on our current challenge, I will link below to the mood board below.
See you all soon!
Challenge 28 Mood Board

Onesie, Twosie (10038-Z)