Monday, June 18, 2018

Fish and Gears

Fish and Gears!!

Good Morning crafty friends.
Amy here and
today Im going to share a
Masculine card using Victorine Originals Bass stamp with you all.


I know alot of people have problems creating masculine cards, so I wanted to create something to hopefully inspire those.
I started out with a paper from Prima.
It was tan with splotches of white.
This gave me my base to go from.
I added the dots using oxide inks and a stencil.
I distressed the edges with black oxide ink.
And brushed a little throughout.
Taking a torn peice of cardboard I distressed it as well.
Attached it to my base and added my black peice which is a cut up onion bag, but looks like a net.
I then stamped my fish image.
Fuzzy cut it out and colored it in gel pens to highlight it.
I also added a few metal gears and a crab.
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Thanks for stopping by
Hugs
Amy


Saturday, June 16, 2018

Ride On



Hello everyone and happy Saturday!
Heather here and it is my day to take over the blog at SumMore Fun and I went for a fun, summer time vibe with my card.  So let's check it out.

I started with a white piece of card stock cut to 4" x 5 1/4" and stamped the "Bug" stamp with some Archival Red Geranium Ink. I am using the Raisin Boat Off to Party (10003-Z) stamp set and corresponding sentiments.  I then colored in the bumper area and tires with a black fine tip pen.


Using Copic Markers in N0, N1 and N5 I colored in some pavement adding some dot details to where the tires would have driven.  I found some black glitter washi tape and some black and white grid washi in my stash of crafty supplies and added that to the bottom of the card.  I then used the "Ride On" sentiment in the set to stamp on the license plate in black ink and the little flower stamp onto the back window in gold ink. I added the panel to a piece of black card stock cut to 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" and then added that to a side folding white A2 sized card base.  To finish my card I added some black enamel dots in small and medium and then used my Silver Moondust Nuvo Crystal Drops on the tail lights and a coating of Grey Mist Translucent Nuvo Jewel Drops over the back window. I set it all aside to dry for 24 hours and that finished off this card.  See you all soon! Thanks for stopping by.


Off to Party -Old Design (10003-Z)
Off to Party

Friday, June 15, 2018

Robo Party Birthday Cards


Hi and welcome everyone! Today I have two fun birthday cards for boys and I share a great way to use up those scraps of patterned papers. I'm also happy to say that I have a video tutorial for you on my blog, 


The images with the Raisin Boat Robo Party Stamp Set are adorable, such a great set for boys, too. 





How-To
  • Stamp the images using Memento Ink - Tuxedo Black.
  • Colored with Copics C9, C7, C5, C3, C1, yg13, yg17, B37, and B39
  • Either fussy cut the images or run them through a Scan N Cut, I'm totally against fussy cutting so I opted for the Scan N Cut. 
  • Cut two pieces of paper to 4.25" x 5.5" and embossing using an embossing folder(optional)
  • Cut the two pieces of 4.25" x 5.5" paper into strips making sure to keep the width of the paper the same as the width of your cardbase; the height doesn't matter so much
  • Decide where you how you want to arrange the patterned paper and adhere directly to a 4.25" x 5.5" #110 cardbase. 
  • Add 3D mounting foam to the back of the white strips and position to hide only the edges of the patterned paper. 
  • Add 3D mounting foam to the back of the images and add to front of cardbase
  • Finish off with enamel dots





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