Monday, October 31, 2016
Saturday, October 29, 2016
Friday, October 28, 2016
It's half term this week so I haven't had much time for crafting. I have managed to squeeze in making a quick and simple card which I think would suit a lot of occasions.
Here is the card I have made this week...
Once it was dry I trimmed it to a square then heat embossed the style wire circle and sentiment on in white.
I used distress inks in coordinating colours to stamp the dotty texture stamp around the outside of the circle.
I mounted it onto white and purple card then onto my card blank.
These are some of my favourite colours and I use them a lot when card making. I love how this card turned out and it was so quick to do.
I hope you like it too!
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
I used the "Art stamp sets, Ledger, nips and Ink"
The background is smothered in different blues distressinks. I left it to FULLY dry before stamping the ledger with versamark and heat embossed with white embossing powder.
I took a dotted stencil and left on the background and sprayed a bit of water through. I removede the stencil and blotted the water up with a piece of kitchen towel. It removes a bit of the ink and leave like a ghost impressing.
I then cut my panel, stamped my feather with versamark and heat embossed also with white embossing powder. Once cooled I smothered the piece in the lighted blue distress ink I had before adding the same stencil as on the background and added a bit of a darker blue distress ink through.
I mounted both pieces of card on to black cardstock and layered onto my card blank.
I finished the card by stamping the nips on to a piece of black scrap card. I stamped with versamark and heat embossed with white embossing powder. I cut them out and added them to the card.
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Monday, October 24, 2016
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Friday, October 21, 2016
Hands up who has seen the gorgeous new Poppy stamp from Bee Crafty! It is limited edition so get yours while you can.
My card this week is using this new stamp and I hope I have done it justice. Here is the card I have made...
I started by heat embossing just the head of the poppy in white on some white card. I then did the same with the Remember sentiment.
I went over the whole thing with Fired Brick distress ink and a blending tool. My new Bee Crafty blending mat makes blending so much easier! I went over the whole card once then went round the edges a second time to get the edges slightly darker.
I mounted it onto white and black card and then onto my card blank. It is an 8x8 card so you can see that the stamp is really quite large and can definitely hold its own as a feature on a large card.
I hope you like it as much as I do. This was one of those cards where I didn't start with a plan, it just evolved.
See you next week
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Not only did our Bev recreate 1 of my projects, no she did 3.. Such a buzz.. Thank you Bev x
My favorite one is the background one and im guessing the girls sent that one to me, as they know I LOVE scrapbooking and these background are just perfect for that as well as cards, mixed media, canvases ect ect.. So yep.. I jumped right in and made a LO (LayOut).
I took my "Time flies" stamp and cut it apart to get "time flies" bit on its own. Dont worry, you can assemble your stamp on the stamp block again and no one will ever know the stamp was cut ;-)
I aslo stamped my greetings in Archival.
My wings, I stamped onto white cardstock and heat embossed with white glitter embosing powder, cut them out and finished them with a wee gem.
The nips are strait onto my card itself and the feather is raised on a black mat using foampads.
Watercolour card stock. Water wash distress ink background. My wings are white embossing powder and I used the heart "inny" inkable to gently make the heart on the background.
I just gently swiped the colour out from the middle of the heart "inny"out to the egdes.
I finished with water splashes and black splashes using my splatter brush.
Background is distress ink puddles where I just dragged my card through and left to dry. I then stamped on my feather and slowly cut it out. I stuck accetate on the back of the feather hole.
I then added my black mat to my card blank so it was ready. I turned my feather piece over and added double sided foam tape all around the feather and the edges. Make sure there is NO gaps around the feather or your sequins will fall out. I put my sequins down on the black card and added the feather piece over. I finished with my greeting and hand drawn stitches.
I stamped the wing again and my greeting on a panel of vellum and heat embossed with gold embossing powder. Voila.. Very quick and easy.
I simply stuck some paper on is from the Background pack, added a few extra bits I cut from a second sheets. Smothered it in matching distress ink (These papers matche the distress ink palet SO well. think this one is victorian velvet but not 100% sure) and stamped the nips and the ledger in the same colour. I stamped the feather and ink well and heat embossed with gold, cut them out and layered ontop. I finished with a bit of gold embossing powder around the edges and stamping my greeting in black Archival.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Monday, October 17, 2016
Hiya and welcome to my Monday post for Bee Crafty
Today our Bev is live on Hochanda at 10am, 1pm & 5pm with the gorgeous Feathers stamps sets and the New Steampunk papers which are all gorgeous
I made some lovely new samples for today's shows but due to wanting to get them sent on time I forgot to take any pictures Doh!!!!
So instead I am re-sharing some of my feather makes from last time
We all hope you will join Bev and enjoy some of her yummy inspiration
Thank you so much for visiting today
Krafty Hugs xx
Saturday, October 15, 2016
Friday, October 14, 2016
Here is the card I have made...
Once they were dry I stamped the smaller oak leaf on and cut them out. Although I used the smaller leaf, this is an 8x8 card so they are still a fair size!
I cut a square of white card and stamped the Serendipity sentiment in the bottom corner. I then stuck on the leaves in a random pattern using foam pads, I used two foam pads on top of each other to add dimension,
I love the colours of the leaves and the effects that the Brushos create. I think the leaf stamps are perfect for this time of year and the sentiment can be altered to match the occasion.
I love how it turned out. I hope you like it too!