Saturday, January 22, 2011
Yes I know its been a while since I last posted a card, but I have been very busy, Quads + 1 can be hectic. Anywho, here is a birthday card I created, I was inspired by THIS card that was created using My Digital Studio (118108). I recreated the card using the candle image from the clear-mount stamp set, Party This Way (120609) and the Billboard Sizzlits Decorative Strip Die (114510) for the letters. The Classic inks used on the candle image are: Real Red, Tangerine Tango, Daffodil Delight, Garden Green, Pacific Point, Night of Navy and Elegant Eggplant. Since the candle is somewhat small and its the only stamped image on the card, I would use the Stampin Spots or the Stampin' Write Markers to make it convenient when coloring the image. To finish the card off, I added some Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon (109052) and Dazzling Diamonds (102023) applied with a 2-Way Glue Pen (100425).
If you liked any of the products used in this card, please visit my Stampin' Up! website and place an order today. Thanks for stoppin' by! Bye!
Friday, January 14, 2011
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Sunday, January 9, 2011
Stampin' Up! Occasions Mini Catalog 2011 is HERE and is in full effect. Starting January 4, 2011 until April 30, 2011 you can order from this Fabulously Filled 43-page Catalog. If you are a customer of mine you should have received this catalog in the mail by now. If you are not my customer and are looking for a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and would like to receive future Stampin' Up! Mini catalogs, drop me a LINE and let me know of your interest.
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Good Day, Stampers! Today's share is once again my fav, the Santa image from the Jolly Old Saint Nick stamp set (1211321 clear mount) and a Tutorial showing you how I made some of the elements on the card and the measurements. Today I decided to make a 5" square card. For the Real Red base, you will need your Real Red cardstock to measure 5"x10" and then score at 5" and fold in half with a Bone Folder. I added a piece of Candy Cane Christmas DSP (120809) that measures 4 3/4" square and is wrapped with a Satin Real Red Ribbon (117286) bow. The white cardstock with the Santa image measures 3 1/4" square.
Now for the fun part. You will now punch all four sides of the cardstock using the Scallop Border Trim punch. When you look at the punch you will see a guide in the middle of the punch and this guide should line up exactly with your cardstock as shown below.
After all four sides are punched this is what your cardstock should look like.
I hope that you have found this tutorial to be helpful to you when using your Scallop Border Trim Punch and your Scallop Corner Trim Punch. All products can be purchased online at my Stampin' Up! website. If you would like a Demonstration of these two punches and learn how to use them to create other shapes and sizes Contact Me on me on my Stampin' Up! website to book your workshop today. Thanks for stopping by and have a Stampin' Good Day!
Saturday, October 2, 2010
It's still World Card Making Day and I have been busy today in my studio. Here is another card using the Santa image from the Jolly Old Saint Nick stamp set. This is one stamp set that should be on every one's "To Buy List" for the Holiday season. Hopefully I'll get around to using the other 5 images in the set, but right now I am stuck on Santa.
In this card I used the Jolly Holiday Designer Series Paper for my focal point on the base of Real Red cardstock and I also paper pieced the same DSP on Santa's Hat. Cherry Cobbler is the color of the red dots on the DSP but the dots are so small that you can't tell if its Real Red or Cherry Cobbler, so I chose to use Real Red for my card base and the scallop rectangle (nestabilities) . I also used a 2-Way Glue Pen and Dazzling Diamonds on the brim and ball of the Santa hat. To finish off the card I tied a bow using Real Red Satin Ribbon and an Old Olive button and some ivory colored thread. To color Santa's face I used a Copic marker, E25 Caribe Cocoa.
Isn't He Fabulous!?! I just love this Santa image from the Jolly Old Saint Nick stamp set from Stampin' Up! This is a six image stamp set that is in Stampin' Up! 2010 Holiday Mini Catalog. If you would like to order this stamp set, please click HERE and order anytime from my website.
To dress Him up a bit, I used a 2-Way Glue Pen and then applied some Dazzling Diamonds to make Santa sparkle. Also used the Designer Series Paper, Candy Cane Christmas which is also featured in the 2010 Holiday Mini Catalog as well as the Northern Frost Decorative Sizzlet Strip to create the cute little Baha Blue snowflake. I stamped the Merry Christmas image from the Delightful Decorations stamp set, punched it out with our 3/4" Circle Punch and used Dimensionals to adhere the snowflake to the card. To trim out the card I used Real Red cardstock.
To color my image I used a Copic marker (E25 Caribe Cocoa) on Santa's face and Copic marker R29 (Lipstick Red) on Santa's hat. Yes, I know that these are not Stampin' Up! products, but in my defense, Stampin' Up! does not make a skin tone marker that represents my skin tone, so I turned to Copic.
This card is also my submission on Splitcoaststampers for this week's sketch challenge, SC300. If you want to play along go to www.splitcoaststampers.com and submit your card.
If you would like to make this card yourself, contact me and book a Workshop. Thanks for stopping by, have a Stampin' Good Day and Happy World Card Making Day.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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