Hello Newton’s Nook fans! I’m back today with a project celebrating Newton’s Nook Designs Inky Paws Challenge #100! The rules for this challenge are, pick any of your favorite challenge or challenges from the previous Color, Sketch or Theme challenges and play it again!
It was quite challenging for me to pick a favorite but the one I’ve always wanted to try is Challenge # 34 – Summer Theme. I used one of my favorite summer stamp set called Newton’s Summer Treats with its coordinating dies. Ice cream is my favorite dessert and this stamp set is just adorable!
This was the challenge I chose, all you have to do is visit the Inky Paws Challenge page to choose your favorite and play along with us! The challenge will run for two weeks from June 17-28, 2019. You still have plenty of time to join. For this special challenge, Newton’s Nook is hosting 4 link ups and will choose a random winner from each link up to win a $25 store credit (total of four winners!!!!)
Here’s what I made:
I started by stamping the images from the Newton’s Summer Treats stamp set and die-cut the same with its coordinating dies.
The background was ink-blended with Mermaid Lagoon, Picked Raspberry and Carved Pumpkin distress Oxide inks. I used my distress sprayer to spray some water and dabbed it with some paper towel for added texture.
The palm tress and grass hills were die-cut from some dies from my stash. I stamped the sentiment with versamark ink and sprinkled some white embossing powder and heat set with my heating tool.
I adhered the images on the front panel. To finish my design, I used glossy accents and stardust stickles on the ice cream and popsicle for added dimension and interest. Here’s a closer look:
Thank you for stopping by my blog today and I hope you like my project. Have an amazing day and happy stamping!
Hello The Rabbit Hole Designs fans! I am back today with a super funny (or creepy?) card, showcasing the Beach Day and Sassy Sentiment stamp sets.
Here’s how I made the card:
- stamp the images on Neenah solar white card stock and color the images in with Spectrum Noir alcohol markers (or any medium of your choice).
- cut the images using Brother Scan N Cut 2.
- to create the water, I used a scene building stamp. I also used a clouds stencil to create the clouds on the background.
- on another A2 size panel, use a die to cut the window. Use an embossing folder to emboss this piece.
- use a palm tree die to die-cut the coconut tree on smooth white card stock. Color the pieces with Spectrum Noir markers.
- stamp the sentiment from the Sassy Sentiments stamp set on a piece of black card stock with Versamark ink. Sprinkle white embossing powder and heat-set using my heating tool.
- assemble the card.
- finish the design by adding the enamel dots on the coconut tree.
The Sassy Sentiments stamp set is one of my all-time favorites and when I saw the Beach Day stamp set, I knew I needed to create this card design.
Here’s a closer look:
I hope you like my card and got inspired. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Have an amazing day and happy crafting!
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Hello everyone! First of, let me apologize because this is my second post for the day. I belong to a couple of design teams and I am doing a double-whammy kind of day! Having said this, I am really looking forward to a short break. I am currently back home in the Sunshine State, enjoying wearing tank tops, shorts and flip flops!
For my project today, I am showcasing the Flip Flop Life stamp set and Flip Flop Life coordinating dies.
I started out by die-cutting my frame and the other card stock that I needed for my project. I stamped the images on some Neenah solar white card stock and colored them in with my Copic markers. Since this is a summer-themed project, I wanted to create a card with cheerful colors. I die-cut the images using the coordinating dies.
I adhered my stitched circle patterned frame onto my card base and also adhered the little flip flops. To finish my design, I die-cut a piece of black card stock using a banner frame. I stamped the sentiment using Versafine ink and heat-embossed it with white embossing powder. I was going to add some glossy accents to the straps to make it shiny, but I didn’t have enough time to wait to let it dry before I take my photos. I made this project a few hours before I left for the airport. Anyways, here is my card:
Oh, I also added a small white bow just to make it cuter! Haha! Here’s another look:
Is anyone else enjoying the flip flops, shorts and a lot of sunshine? I hope so! I’m thinking about you all as I sip my Pina Colada’s by Cocoa Beach!
I hope you like my project today. Please visit Newton’s Nook Designs to check out the July release. I left the coupon code below if you’d like to avail of the promo going on until July 27, 2018. Have an amazing day and happy crafting!
It’s Newton’s Nook Designs 5-year anniversary and we are celebrating with a HUGE bog hop. Five (5) winners will be selected to win a $25 Store Credit so please read through til the end to find out more info. [Just a little important note: I know some of you had difficulties finding the comments section. If you would like to leave a comment to participate in the giveaway, the “comments section” will only be ever visible when a single post on Word Press is being viewed. Please click on this particular blog post and you will be able to leave a comment below. Thank you!]
For my one-layer card, I am showcasing the Purr-maid Newton stamp set. There’s nothing cuter than these cat merman and mermaid so I wanted to use them again. I also combined my project with the Tranquil Tides stamp set.
I started out by inking up some Bristol smooth white card stock with distress oxide inks and my mini ink blending tools. For the sand, I used a combination of Antique Linen and Vintage Photo. For the sea, I used Mermaid Lagoon, Peacock Feathers and Shaded Lilac. I sprayed water on my colored background and dabbed it with a paper towel.
I stamped the coral images with Faded Jeans distress oxide. I love this effect because it made it look more realistic!
I stamped the images on some Neenah solar white card stock and colored them in with my Copic markers. I have coordinating dies for these images but I chose to fuzzy-cut them this time.
I adhered my images onto the foreground and stamped little bubbles here and there. I also stamped other images to complete my scene and finished my design by adding glossy accents to the bubbles, and stamped my sentiment. Here’s my card:
I love this sentiment so much and those mermaid/merman images are so cute! Here’s a little close-up:
Oh, I also added some stardust stickles to the mermaid seashell bra to give it a whimsical look.
I hope you like my card today and got inspired. Celebrate with us and enter to win!
I’m so excited to share today’s post because we are launching a new product at Kat Scrappiness called Crafter’s Essentials 2 die set. This set includes 8 steel rule dies. You can also pair them up with the Crafter’s Essentials 1 die set and you will have endless design possibilities. Here’s what it looks like:
I made two cards today to showcase the Crafter’s Essentials 2 die set and I have a process video for the mermaid card that you will see below.
For my first card, I used an older stamp set from my stash and made a simple card. I love the stitching details on the banner and the bigger dies.
I also used the Everyday Brush Strokes stamp set for my sentiment. Don’t you just love the chevron pattern on the big die? Here’s another look:
I added some black dots on the card base to give it a little bit more dimension. Here’s a little close-up:
For my second card, I wanted to create a happy, summer-themed card. I used a stamp set that I recently purchased with this cute cat mermaid. I also used the Sunscape stencil die by Newton’s Nook Designs.
I started out by inking up some Bristol smooth white card stock with Squeezed Lemonadeand Spiced Marmalade distress oxide inkwith my mini ink blending tool. Since I have a process video for this card, I will keep this blog post short.
I inlaid the little chevron pieces on my card. I also added the Sparkling Clear Jewels to make them look like bubbles. Here’s a little close-up:
This card makes me happy. I love the colors that I used and this die-set is a must-have! Here’s another look:
Here’s my process video:
I hope you got inspired today. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. I’d be so grateful if you can also subscribe to my YouTube channel. Please don’t forget to use my coupon code “MARIA10” for 10% off your order. Have a nice day and happy crafting!
Hello Paper House Productions fans! I cannot believe that time flew by so fast and I am sad to say that this is my last blog post for Paper House Productions. I have been so FORTUNATE to be able to work with the AMAZING products by PHP, the talented design team and of course, everyone at Paper House Productions. It has been a great journey to be a part of this design team which is why I chose “Enjoy the Ride” theme for my project today.
For our final project, we were asked to pick out our FAVORITE product from the Paper House Productions. Mind you, this wasn’t an easy task! I LOVE the paper pads, the stickers, washi tape, traveler’s notebook, etc. However if there’s one thing that I’ve been loving (and buying) the most even before I got on this design team, it’s always been the stickers! Sometimes when I want to create a beautiful card without stamping or doing a lot of fancy stuff, I always make cards with stickers. I also love adding stickers to my scrapbook layouts and planners.
To start, I stamped an A2 size card stock with my background stamp with a mint green ink and die-cut the same with my Stitched Wonky Die. I also die-cut another piece of white card stock to create the frame.
I have been dying to use this Stickypix “It Takes Two Cardstock Multi-Pack” stickers because I absolutely love everything in this pack. It has all of my favorite color combination – Mint Green, Light Blue, Red, Pink and Gold. I picked the bicycle, stars and flowers on this pack.
This card took about less than 10 minutes to make and can be easily mass-produced. Here’s my card:
I just love the gold-foil details on the bicycle and the flowers.
I also simply adore the little stars in the sticker pack. I added a couple of them on my card.
It has been a great pleasure working with The Paper House Productions and the talented Design Team for Winter/Spring Term. Thank you everyone for this amazing journey. It really has been a great ride!
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