Thursday, April 26, 2018

Hi Friend!


Hello everyone,
Heather here and it is my day to take over the blog and I decided I needed some more "just because" type cards for my stash to send to friends who may need a pick me up or just some happy mail.  These daisies are just so versatile and pretty, so let's jump right in and talk about the card:
I started by taking an A2 sized, side folding, white card base and stamping one of the large daisy images from the Raisin Boat Oops A Daisy (10236) set three times on the front edge, while the card was open.  I then fussy cut the edge with the intention of leaving it so there would be a fancy edge while the card was closed, that changed though as I worked on my design, which I will explain shortly.  I also waited to color the images until I finished cutting so if I made a mistake it would be easier to correct then if I made a mistake cutting after I colored them.  I then used 5 different shades of pinks from my Tombow markers and colored the flowers, then using a white gel pen I added some details to each flower to add more interest.  I then stamped the "Hi" and "Friend" sentiments from the same set in black ink.  Once the white ink had dried I added a coat of shimmer to each flower using a Nuvo Glitter Gloss pen.  I then decided that I wanted a bit more color so found some ombre paper in my stash that went perfect and added that to the inside front panel.

For the flower centers I added glossy accents and then sprinkled a dark bronze glitter over the top and waited for everything to dry before cleaning up the stray glitter.  I hope you have enjoyed my card and please join us tomorrow for a new challenge.  See you all soon!
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Oops a Daisy (10236-Z)

Glossy Accents

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Ahoy!

Good Morning Dreamerz and Happy Wednesday!!

Today is my day to take over the SumMoreFun Designs Blog.

Here's my inspiration for you using the following stamps:

Ship at Sea Ahoy Lined Background

I am always trying to add to my card stash "Masculine" themed cards that I can pull and pretty much use for any occasion.  Today's card can be used for the following types of occasions.  Retirement, Birthday, Fathers day, Get Well, just to name a few.





Card Recipe:
I stamped the Lined Background using an acrylic block in a random pattern on a piece of Neenah 110lb cardstock using Versamark and then embossed with clear embossing powder.  Next I used Memento Dew Drops in Nautical Blue with a blending pad to give an ombre effect. Once I was happy with the blending I die cut with a stitched rectangle die and set it aside.  Then I stamped the Ship at Sea using my Tim Holtz stamp platform onto some Varsity Blue cardstock using a white pigment ink pad and applied clear embossing powder.  I then die cut the ship with a smaller stitched rectangle die and set it aside.  The last thing to stamp was the Ahoy which i stamped onto a piece of velum using the Nautical Blue ink pad (NOTE: my inkpad is super juicy and I used my heat gun held at a distance to speed up drying) I then tore the edges of the velum to add some interest to the layer.

With all the stamping and layers ready to go next up was assembly of the card. I affixed the blended background layer to an A2 sized side folding piece of Neenah Desert Storm 100lb cardstock. Next was attaching the piece of burlap which I removed threads from all sides to give the current appearance.  I then affixed the ship layer using a good layer of Tombow glue and placed a couple of acrylic blocks on top to really set the layer on top of the burlap. The Ahoy sentiment was attached using Tombow again behind the stamped letters and also where I knew I was going to be attaching the pearlescent embellishments.

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Monday, April 23, 2018

Have a nice day!!

Have a nice day!!

Good Morning crafty friends.
Its my day up here on the blog
 to share a
Card I made using Victorine Originals flower pot with bird house and a sentiment stamp from the set "brush floral".



I stamped my image on off white paper then colored it using glitter gel pens.
I stamped the sentiment Have a nice day from Victorine Originals brush floral set.
I layered to add blue to match my flowers and added a small touch of twine in the corner to top it off.
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Here is the mood board



Remember you can use anything from the mood board to inspire you.
Something from a picture or even a color.

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Hugs
Amy


Saturday, April 21, 2018

Vintage car...

Hello & Happy Saturday Everyone!
DT Theresa here from Theresa's Craft Creations
and today's my day to take over the blog!! 
YAY for me... 🙌


So... I thought I would share a Masculine card -





Cool & Quick I think!

My card base is a 4 3/4" x 4 3/4" square.
The cream cardstock Stitched layer is a 4 1/2" square.
Then I die cut 4 different patterns out with a Stitched
rounded corner die and laid that on top of the cream CS.
Then I die cut a smaller stitched rounded corner die out
of some white designer paper and stamped my 
Antique Pick up in some Not Quite Navy blue ink.
I blotted the image with a little of the blue and some
Memento Desert Sand to continue the flow of the 
style of card I was making - Then popped it up over the
larger design and that was it - I had plans to add
a sentiment but changed my mind the last second!
Hope you like my simple masculine card!


Antique Pick Up (1363-C) by Victorine Originals





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Friday, April 20, 2018

Encouragement Cards



Hi and welcome, everyone! Today I'm sharing a quick encouragement card featuring Victorine Originals Double Take Umbrella. This is one of my favorite umbrella stamps on the market. It comes with two stamps the outline and a solid stamp for upper portion of the umbrella. 



I love creating cards that are quick and easy, this card fills the bill. You could make several of the cards at once and use different sentiments. The stamp is great for under the weather and get well cards.


Stamp the umbrella on alcohol ink friendly cardstock, color the image using COPIC B39, B32, B34, C9 for shading the blue areas and G24, G43, G40 with G85 for shading the green areas. Fussy cut or use a scan n cut to cut images out, set aside. Die cut a piece of #80 Neenah Classic Crest Solar White cardstock with a rectangle die then run through machine with embossing folder, embossing only the top portion of the cardstock. Using a scoreboard score a line across cardstock beneath embossed area to create division between the embossed and smooth areas. Using a stamp position tool, stamp sentiments using Versafine Onyx Black ink. Adhere card panels to 4.25" x 5.5" top fold #110 Neenah Classic Crest Solar White cardstock using fun foam or 3D mounting foam, add 3D mounting foam to the back of umbrellas and position them on card panel. Finish off with enamel dots and/or sequins. 



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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Floral With Sympathy Card

Good Morning!  Beth from Beth's Beauties here with you today.  The card I am sharing with you uses Victorine Originals' Floral and Sayings stamp set.  I have used this set SO many times (see them here) and I recommend this stamp set to be in everyone's collection!
I stamped the floral stamp with VersaMark and embossed it with white powder.  For the sentiment, I used Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I used the Kaisercraft Mandala die to frame the stamped area.  It was a perfect fit for the card!  All patterned papers are from DCWV's Peri & Peach stack.  To embellish, I added some sequins in the bottom right corner.  Adhesives used include ATG, Lineco Adhesive, and foam tape.
Remember, we have this Mood Board Challenge going on right now! Here is the inspiration photo for it. You can use the pictures, theme, and/or colors to enter.

I hope you have a wonderfully crafty day!

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Vintage Bicycling

Hi Sharon here from Mollie Moo's Crafty Place taking over the blog today, I have a little vintage transport for you:


I started by inking a white piece of card to make it look older. Using the same color ink I used the text stamp and stamped this 4 times covering my card. I then used Kraft card and again with same ink I stamped the Penny Farthing and fussy cut it out. 
My card was assembled using dark brown card to mat my base. I then added my inked card.
 I used foam squares to adhere my penny farthing raising it from the card:


 I added some coordinating nuvo drops.Finally I die cut some words from the dark brown card - I thought they were appropriate because wow! would you ride a bike with a seat like that!!!

Thank you for stopping by, If you are looking for more inspiration check out my teamies cards on the BlogFaceBookInstagram and Pinterest.

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Want some discount too? use the code SHARON10 at check out and I will save you 10%

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Sunday, April 15, 2018

A little magic that is Unicorn SPiT


Have you heard of the awesome product called Unicorn SPiT? If you haven't, you're missing out and must get some today!!! It is a gel glaze and stain product that works on so many surfaces! And it even smells good!

For this project, I used the Unicorn SPiT and a piece of wood. I started by sanding down the rough edges of my wood and then doing a little finger painting. Are you sold already?



The Unicorn SPiT is super concentrated so a little goes a long way. I applied my SPiT in circles starting from the center of the board. I then wet the board down with a spray bottle of water. Then I put a piece of saran wrap over the top. I sprayed the saran wrap to help my hands slide over it better, then pushed the paint from the center outward.

Once I was happy with the spreading of the SPiT, I removed the saran wrap. I did a little adjusting using more water, more SPiT and my hands! Yes, you get dirty with this product!

I was sort of going for the galaxy look with my board, so I grabbed the Victorine Originals Large Medallion stamp and got it wet with water. Then I lightly and carefully stamped it a few places on my board, wetting it with water as needed. Since the Unicorn SPiT is a water-based product, it reacts with the water. This leaves a cool watercolor-effect image you can see in the background.



After I was happy with my design, I let it dry and then sealed it. You want to use an oil-based sealer for SPiT projects. And, the polyurethane really makes the SPiT shine! Adding the gloss finish makes the paint look so much cooler! I put five coats of poly on this board.

To finish off my project, I used a Chalk Couture transfer. (Want to learn more and you're local to SumMore Fun's Creation Station? Check out the class schedule today.) Since the board is sealed with the poly, I can erase and change out my sentiment whenever I'd like!

If you're ready to get your fingers dirty, check out all the awesome colors of the Unicorn SPiT and order yours today!

Don't forget to check out our current mood board and submit your creations for a chance at an awesome prize!


What are you creating? I'd love for you to share it with us! Happy crafting! 
    ~Jamie


Friday, April 13, 2018

SumMore Fun Mood Board #26



 Mood Board #26
Happy Friday and welcome back, everyone! We have a new mood board to share with you today and it offers something for everyone. Great time to start Mother's Day and Father's Day cards.

We can't wait to see your take on the current Mood Board. Remember your project inspiration can come from the photos, the colors palette, and/or the theme. Cards, ATC, Mixed Media, Scrapbook Layouts, Journaling, Planners are welcome. 
Please read the rules before entering!

Now, the winner of Challenge #25

Congratulations!
KT Fit Kitty


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Thank you to all who participated in our last challenge. You have until April 26th  at 12
PM CDT to link your projects. The winner of this challenge will Receive a $20.00 Gift Certificate, double if you use Victorine Originals or Raisin Boat products, to spend at the

Now onto our DT Inspiration


Lisa - The Relativity of Paper
using 
Victorine Originals Flower Pot with Birdhouse



Sharon - MollieMoosCraftyPlace
using
Victorine Originals Brushed Floral Set


Amy - The Tigers Haven 

 using 
Victorine Originals Brushed Floral Set



MaryAnn - PaperDreamz007

using 
Raisin Boat Homegrown



Heather Ferguson - SuprFoxDesigns

using
Raisin Boat Homegrown



Jamie - Doin' It the Wright Way

using 
Raisin Boat Homegrown



Theresa - Theresa's Crafty Creations

using 
Raisin Boat Homegrown




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We love seeing all papercraft, mixed media, journals, planners, and scrapbook layouts. 



As always thanks for joining us. We look forward to seeing your projects linked up. 


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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Oops a Birthday!

Hello & Happy Thursday Everyone!
DT Theresa here from Theresa's Crafty Creations
and it's my day to take over the blog 
YAY for me... 🙌


Today I thought I would share a Lovely Birthday Card -



I took a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 piece of Koh-I-Noor White Bristol 
Smooth Watercolor paper and placed it in my Misti tool
and then I pulled out my Static Powder tool and covered
the entire piece with the powder - I grabbed
the Oops a Daisy (10236-Z) Stamp set and my
Versa Mark ink and stamped the Daisy design
in one corner - then I grabbed my Ultra Fine
White Embossing Powder and poured it over
the versamark ink (tapping it to make sure
there was no extra powder laying around) - 

At this point, I wasn't going to
heat set it... I planned to stamp this Daisy stamp
2 more times, but wanted to get a good look at where I was placing
my stamp - So it was easier for me to see my image by
stamping it first, then pouring the embossing powder
over it and then moving on to stamping in
another place -- 

Once I got my Daisies where I wanted them I
heat embossed them - Then I 
put the cardstock back in my Misti
because I wanted to add some tiny white 
dots to some of the open spots - So, again
I stamped then pour some powder over it
and did this a couple more times before finally
heat setting the tiny white dots --

Once my stamping was completed and I liked 
where everything was, I pulled out my
Distress Oxides inks in - Cracked PIstachio,
Peacock Feathers, Broken China, & Salty Ocean
I blended these lovely colors together
over my stamp images - then I took a cloth
and rubbed the color off of my Embossed images

--This is called a resist technique--
Then I dropped a couple of droplets of
water over my blended design and placed
a paper towel over the top to pick up the
water spots I had - At this point I was
loving the look of my card! :) But as you know
I LOVE SPARKLE! So, I sprayed some Sheer
Shimmer Mist Frost Spritz over the top of my design
then pulled out my Heat tool again to make sure
everything was completely dry before getting ready
to die cut - 

I used a stitched Rectangle die which cut my
design down to 3 1/4 x 5 - Then I placed a piece
of Fun Foam on the backside of my design
for Dimension, then I was ready to place it
on my Dark Grey Cardbase - 

I decided to Die Cut the Word (Happy) from
a die in my stash - using the same grey cardstock
as the base of my card - I die cut it out 3x's and
layered each layer on top of each other for a little
extra dimension - 

Then I grabbed the Lovely Happy Birthday (74641-C) 
Sentiment Stamp by Victorine Originals
and just used the Birthday part of it -
I stamped it with some Grey Ink on a piece
of white cardstock, then die cut it out with a 
banner die in my stash -- 

I finally added some clear jewels to tie the
whole thing together and I just love it!!!









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