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Hello everyone! It's Nichol here! I am loving the newly Stitchery stamp sets for creating cross-stitched looking stamped cards! I created a couple of inlay style cards with the Stitched Cacti Stamp Set and Stitched Layers Die frame.
Katie here today sharing a fun spinner card that I made using the new Flora Cat Play stamp set illustrated by Flora Waycott. I was inspired by the sentiment “This is how we Roll” to try to make a card where the kitty would actually roll or spin around.
To make the spinner element, I stamped the same kitty and butterfly image on two 3” circles die cut from white card stock. Those circles were sandwiched together with some silver thread in the center and positioned in a window opening created with a 3.5 inch circle die.
I have a video to share with you today which walks you through how to create a spinner card. It really adds a fun interactive element to your greeting that your recipient will be sure to love!
[Video]#TBT - Flora Cat Spinner Card by Katie Gehring
I adore the bear from the Big Bear & Bird designs and so from the new Spring release I automatically reached for the Happy Day set first. Is there anything more adorable than a big bear on a bike!
I stamped a bunch of the images from the Happy Day set in black ink on Neenah Solar white card and copic coloured them before die cutting with their matching dies.
With the colouring complete I laid out the images and realised I wanted to make a long landscape card for my Spring scene. I cut a rectangle of white card and softly blended in pink, peach and light blue inks, which I then splattered with a solution of Perfect Pearls.
Laying out the images again on the ink blended background I realised I didn't have a lot of room for a sentiment so found a skinny 'congratulations' sentiment in the Popping In set which would work perfectly. I stamped the sentiment in clear embossing ink and then trimmed to a skinny strip.
I added all the elements with foam adhesive and then mounted the panel on a white top folding card base and added a few clear sequins to finish.
Hello everyone!! It’s Channin here and I’m very happy to be here with you all on this Technique Tuesday! This week I have a very fun and cheeky technique to share, I’m calling it Sentiment Letter Substitution!
I super excited about this week’s technique because it so very versatile, you create your sentiment that’s fitting for whatever occasion you want, and it’s also a great idea for stretching your stamp sets! I hope you enjoy it too!
[TT Video] Sentiment Letter Substitution by Channin
First, I picked my sentiment. I like to search for sentiments/quotes/sayings on pinterest. When I’m searching I try to find sentiments that pertain to the critter stamp that I intend to use and are fitting for the occasion I am making the card for, so I use keywords that include these aspects. Once I’ve settled on a sentiment, I create it using an alphabet stamp set. I really like using the Cutaway Alpha Stamp Set. I find it very easy to position (some Alphabet stamp sets have to be positioned perfectly to look right) and the font of this set is tall and narrow allowing you to fit a lot of letters on your card.
As I position the letters, I replace a couple of the vowels in the words with my critter stamps, I used the adorable kitties from the new Hello Stampurr Stamp Set. I find I prefer the overall look of my sentiment when my critters and letters are about the same size.
Once all my stamps are positioned I pick them up with my MISTI and then stamp them on my card base with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink which is a copic friendly ink. Next, because my sentiment uses the same letter multiple times, I clean then remove those repeat letters, reposition them and stamp them again. I repeat this process till my sentiment is complete. Once my sentiment is all stamped, I color my critters in with alcohol markers and then my card is complete!
I hope you enjoyed today’s technique!! Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day!!
Hello everyone! Welcome to day 3 of Waffle Flower Spring 2017 Release!
We have 10 stamp sets and 8 dies in this release. All products will be available in our store as well as many of our retail partners this Thursday, March 9!
We are introducing 2 of the 4 Cross-stitch inspired sets illustrated by The Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery! We've heard from several of you that you are already stitching with their patterns. Hopefully you will enjoy the stamps too!
Hello!! It's Nichole here and today I’m creating a set of clean and simple encouragement cards using only a single stamp set and just a few ink colors!
The In Every Way Stamp Set flowers were repeatedly stamped on a background with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. I used Daydreaming, New Fish In Pond, and Like A Pro Inks applied with an Ink Duster for the embossed resist look. Each background’s bottom edge was die cut with the Chunky Chevron die for a bit of a modern feel. Greetings were die cut from cardstock and fun foam using the Pefect, Amazing, and Awesome Word Dies. Additional words and phrases from the In Every Way Stamp Set were stamped on black or white cardstock and added to the design as shown. The florals in the background were finished with Nuvo Crystal Drops in the centers.
[In the Details] Clean & Simple Encouragement Cards by Nichol Spohr