Welcome stampers!:) I’m back with another video tutorial for you, it feels like forever since my last tutorial. To make this card, I used the Happy Art & Coffee Love stamps sets.
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Welcome back stampers!:) It’s almost the end of May, can you believe that? Yay!:) I hope you’re enjoying the weather and some spring projects around the house. I had fun planting and oh how I love my new flowers!:)
Today’s project is so colorful and fun! My inspiration is making an artsy flowers using the big splatter , and scribbles from the Happy Art stamp set. With the circle centerpieces from the New Day stamp set. I heat embossed the scribbles and centerpieces in white embossing powder, not only it will make the color pop, but the texture is fantastic.♥
I stamped some fun elements around using the same stamp sets. Added my sentiment from our Happiness:Paper Snippets, and behind that, I tucked in some threads for more texture. Don’t forget to color in between the stamped flowers using watercolors if you like, just lovin’ the pop of yellow and pink everywhere!:)
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But I wasn’t quite sure how I wanted to used it. Then I spotted some water color pieces I had made using different distress paints and a marbling technique using water that were just laying on my desk. Do you have things like that hanging out on your desk? Something you tried products on with no purpose in mind ~ just the by product of playing? Well that’s what I used to make the following card:
The large panel and the small panel complimented each other. I popped the smaller panel up with a piece of cardboard underneath to add a little dimension to the card. I added the FAB sentiment with versamark and gold embossing paste, die cut a tiny doily out of gold paper, added a Prima flower in copper with gold edges and for white space (Ha! Ha!) I added a tiny distressed white heart. For those who know me – I am NOT a white space kind of girl! I also distressed the edges and left them white to tie into the heart.
Hi stampers!:) Glad to be back here again sharing another project for you!:) I’m very happy that you guys are enjoying the Happy Art stamp set along with the designers projects and more!♥
For my project, I started with my background using a yellow watercolor. Once dry, I stamped the splatters, scribbles, and big smudge from the Happy Art stamp set, using a navy blue ink. For my sentiment, I used the Happiness : Paper Snippets. And lastly I added more embellishments, like thread , enamel dots, as well as sequins, and buttons which is also available in the shop.
I also want to share a happy news that Deidre Payne will be joining our Design team! Hooray!!! Welcome Deidre!!!:)
A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!! The chance to join these creative artists and fabulous stamp designer at Precious Remembrance Shop is mindblowing. I’m Deidre and I live in blogland at Eyes Wide Open Arts. I reside in Hampton, VA and work as a pharmacy manager. I create at all hours of the day and night, and my doggies (Scribble and Wifi) sit at my feet and make me hop around them to get to all my supplies. Teaching, sharing, collaborating, and meeting new crafters are passions of mine. I started with paper crafts in 2011, dabbling in scrapbooking. The whirlwind of the crafting world snatched me up and I just went with it! I love graphic designs and bright colors, the unexpected, and lots of techniques. I hope to bring you some sparks of inspiration with these must have unique stamps!
She was our guest designer last month, and if you missed her amazing projects here they are!!!:)
Hello, everyone! Happy Friday! It’s Judy here, and it’s time for my final project using the latest stamp set, Happy Art. I do hope you have it in your stash now and have been playing with it often!
I made another one-layer card by combining stamps from two Precious Remembrance Shop stamp sets. The sentiments are both from the School Days set, while all other elements are from the Happy Art set.
I stamped the solid circle in Soft Wheat ink, then the scribble design using Wet Cement ink. The blue distress ink splatters frame the “thanks” sentiment stamped in Latte chalk ink. (I stamped it twice so it would be dark.) I repeatedly stamped “You are awesome!” using the same blue distress ink, and the triangles in Soft Wheat. (And the sequins? Of course they are from the Sweet Pea Sequin Mix designed by my team mate Lisa!)
I hope you have been inspired by all the wonderful cards shared by our Design Team and Guest Designers for this release…be sure to share your designs with us, too! We’d love to see them!
I got to make some organized chaos for this card How?
Take some spray inks or stains and let them run down the side of the card. I dried each color with a heat tool before adding the next. I used Spun Sugar, Stormy Sky, Shaded Lilac, and Evergreen Bough Distress Stains.
Stamp the trio of hearts and triangles in rows using different color inks. Add a few of the single hearts.
Use a deep black ink to stamp the small splatter stamp and sentiment. You can layer the splatters to make them appear larger!
The last bits of magic are splashes of the stains and Wink of Stella over the all the black ink! Yessss to sparkle
I love this watery look and it’s perfect for the sentiment.
Since I’ve enjoyed this stamp set so much, I want to gift one in a GIVEAWAY!
Hello stampers! I’m sharing my final card featuring the newly released Happy Art Stamp Set. I decided to go clean and simple using one of my favorite color combos.A combination of aqua, red and kraft always make me happy! I stamped the splatter/ink spot image in the three colors on a white panel. My sentiment is finished off with the teeny heart and underscore from the Sweet Pea Stamp Set. A thin scrap of patterned paper and a length of twine complete the CAS look without too much clutter.
This set has so many possibilities and my teammates have turned out some amazing inspiration! Thanks for visiting with us!
Hello Everyone! Today I have a card and two creations that could be framed and hung on a wall using our new PR Happy Art Stamp Set Here is my card ~ think flowers and hearts!
I used distress inks and brushed across the hearts with a water brush for the color bursts. The flower is made with three of the stamps from this set, the large spot, the small splat and the scribble. The stem is from the PR New Day Stamp set and the —hi— is from the PR Positive Thoughts Stamp Set. What I LOVE about the Precious Remembrance stamp sets is that they all compliment each other ~ lots of hearts, lots of FAB fonts and universal sentiments!
So after I made my card I decided to make two pieces with the flower motif:
This time besides using the paint stroke for the flower stem I also used the sentiment from the PR New Day Stamp Set. Because there were ink spots in the sentiment, I flicked black ink all over the page. Then I decided to make an even brighter version:
The color around the edges is distress ink applied and moved around with a water brush.