Monday, February 20, 2017

Garden Kisses Are So Sweet Card with Stampendous





Adhere card stock to front of card base. 
Apply paste to card stock using stencil and palette knife. Dry.
Adhere pattern paper and prepared stenciled paper to top of card front. 



Add ribbon to front of card. 



Stamp image on white paper with black ink; color with markers. 



Die cut colored image and card stock; mat together. 
Add to front of card with pop dots. 



Add bow to card with glue dot. 



Stamp sentiment with black ink on white paper. 
Mat to card stock. 
Add to front of card with pop dots. 

Stampendous Supplies:
CHMP63 Cling Garden Kisses
CRH328 Cling Sweet of You
DCP1005 Fitted Frames A
DCP1006 Fitted Frames B
Dreamweavers Embossing Paste
FMS4074 Batik Metal Stencil
Dreamweaver Palette Knife (DPK)
SSH57 Jumbo Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper

Other Supplies:
Copic Markers: E31, E33, N0, N2, N3, N4, G24, Y19, R83
My Colors Card Stock: Banana Pepper, Grasshopper
Graphic 45 Raining Cats and Dogs Pattern Paper
5" x 6 1/2" Cream Card Base
Creative Impressions Ribbon
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives
Glue Dots
Pop Dots

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Saturday, February 18, 2017

"Ooh La La" Candy Treasure Chest with Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts


Good morning my chipboard loving friends! I am so glad that you stopped by today to see my "Ooh La La" Candy Treasure Chest that I created using Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Treasure Chest. It is extremely easy to recreate since I kept all the chipboard that I used to embellish in their nature state.


But, first.... start by adding card stock to the base of the Treasure Chest.


Attach sides to base using adhesive; hold together with small pieces of washi tape. Adhere pattern paper to inside of Treasure Chest.


Add pattern paper to outside of prepared Treasure Chest. Adhere small chipboard pieces to sides of Treasure Chest; adhere pattern paper strips to the chipboard strips.


Add beads to the bottom of Treasure Chest to form height and interest to the candy dish.


Adhere pattern paper to Treasure Chest lid.


Adhere Victorian Corners and Stackable Labels Shape Set to top of prepared Treasure Chest,


Add clear bead and bow to top of Treasure Chest.


Fill "Ooh La La" Treasure Chest with candy. Glue flowers and lock to top and sides of Treasure Chest.


Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope I have inspired you to re-create your own "Ooh La La" Candy Treasure Box or even make a gift box out of it. Hugs Pam

Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Supplies:

Other Supplies:
BoBunny Ooh La La Paper Collection
Green and Clear Beads
Paper Studio Metal Arrow and Lock
Paper Studio Flowers
MayArts Green Crinkle Ribbon
Xyron Adhesive
Scotch Quick Dry
Green Card Stock
Washi Tape
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Friday, February 17, 2017

Geranium Card with Stampendous and Dreamweavers


 Adhere brown card stock to front of card base.
 Create background paper by first stamping green card stock with paint. 
Repeat until green card stock is fully stamped. 
Dry. 
 Lay stencil to top of prepared background card stock; apply crackle paste with palette knife. 
Dry. 
 Adhere prepared background card stock to front of card base. 
  Stamp image on white paper with black ink; color with markers. 
 Die cut salmon card stock; adhere colored image to top of die cut. 
Add to front of card with pop dots. 
 Stamp sentiment on white paper; die cut out sentiment and brown card stock. 
Adhere together. 
Add to front of card with pop dot. 
  Add bow.


Stampendous Supplies:
 CRP296 Geranium
CRR249 Wood Background
SSC1141 Friendly Phrases
DCP1006 Fitted Frames B
DWLG611 Stone Background
Dreamweavers Crackle Paste
Palette Knife
SSH57 Jumbo Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives

Other Supplies:
Copic Markers: R24, R29, R59, G94, G99
DecoArt Media Raw Umber Paint
Green, Brown and Salmon Card Stock
Whisker Graphics Variegated Lime Green Twine
Paintbrush
Pop Dots
5" x 6 1/2" Card Base

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

"Love" Card with Emerald Creek Supplies



Hi everyone are you ready to "Rock the Red" Challenge here on the Emerald Creek Supplies Challenge Blog!!! I created a "Love" Card using one of Kelly Klapstein Stamps that Emerald Creek Supplies manufactures along with fabulous embossing powder and charms that are also available in the Emerald Creek Supplies Store!


Mist watercolor paper with water. Spray a mix of distress reinkers or distress spray to top of wet watercolor paper. 
(HINT: I put one dropper of ink into a mini mister and fill with water to create my spray.)


Die cut mixed media die using prepared paper. 


Adhere pattern paper to top of card base; add prepared water colored paper to top. 


Die cut embroidery hoop out of mat board. 


 Apply embossing powder to each part of embroidery hoop using VersaMark. 
Add to front of card. 


Lay stencil on edges of prepared front; carefully add crackle paste with palette knife. Allow to dry. 


 Die cut labels from pattern paper. 
Stamp "Love" with VersaMark and apply embossing powder. 
Heat set with heat gun. 


Add prepared labels to top of card front with  pop dots. 


Add charms and bow to top of embroidery hop. 
Thanks for stopping by today and remember to join us on the Emerald Creek Supplies Challenge Blog linking your "Rock the Red" projects. 

ALSO....there is a wonderful $50.00 Gift Card that will be given to the winner of the challenge. 
Have fun and good luck. 
Hugs Pam



Emerald Creek Supplies:

Other Supplies:
Graphic 45 Mon Amour Collection
Sizzix Embroidery Hoop
Sizzix Mixed Media #2
Sizzix Labels Die
Tim Holtz Speckle Stencil
Wendi Vecchi Texture Crackle Paste
Mat Board
VersaMark
Red Twine
Palette Knife
Pop Dots
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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

UpCycled Heart with May Arts Ribbon


Hi, Pam here today on the the May Arts Ribbon Blog! I recently found a chipboard heart at the dollar store and thought I could upcycle it using some pretty pattern paper and fabulous May Arts Ribbon.


I began by tracing the heart on to pattern paper; cutting it out with scissors. Adhere it to the top of the chipboard cycle.


Lay pattern papers, border strips, journal image and doily to decide placement on heart. Once happy with placement glue the pieces down and trim around the scallop edge of heart. Sand edges of heart.


To create Drawn Hearts Print Bow ... make small loop around round thumb, twist add graduating loops to each side of center loop but twisting under center loop. (I generally do odd loops on each side of center loop.)


Once the loops are formed; place a small piece of floral wire through the center loop.


Twist wire to secure all of the loops together.


Fluff bow loops out. Adhere to top of prepared heart.


Repeat with May Arts Variegated Blue/Ivory Ribbon. Adhere around Drawn Heart Print Bow that was placed to the front of prepared heart.


Adhere "Love" sentiment to pattern paper. Using Xacto Knife to trim paper from around prepared sentiment. Sand edges of sentiment.


Adhere to front of prepared heart.


Add key lock to heart.


Place journal sentiment on pop dots; adhere key to sentiment. 


Thanks for stopping by today. Pam
May Arts Ribbon
NE 5-01H Sheer with Drawn Valentine Ribbon with White/Red Hearts
SKM-4-34 Variegated Silk Blue/Ivory

Other Supplies:
Chipboard Scallop Heart
Love Word
Carta Bella Amour Collection
Graphic 45 Key and Lock
Doily Die
Floral Wire
Sanding Block
Xacto Knife
Scotch Quick Dry Glue
Glue Gun with Glue Sticks
Pop Dots
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