CAS : Thanks Card + Video!

Hi stampers!:) Glad to be back with another project for you!:) First things first, I would like to say a big thank you to Designer Deanna for sharing wonderful CAS cards for us for Tuesday Ideas. Life has gotten a little out of control for her and need to step down from the team. Nonetheless, make sure to visit her blog to see more of her amazing cards!:)

Now onto my card today, if you followed our youtube channel, you probably have seen this, along with some other card tutorials that I shared there from this past few weeks!:) And oh! I do share haul videos there as well.LOL

This card is pretty CAS, probably the most simple I’ve ever made. I hope you like this one!:)

Here’s a video for you to enjoy!

{Stamp Sets: Thanks & Border Tape #1}

More exciting announcement coming. So stay tune!

Thanks for joining me today!:)

Dyane

Coffee Love by: Evgenia Petzer

{Stamp Set: Coffee Love}

I am the one who doesn’t drink coffee at all, but there is definitely something fascinating about its aroma and I really love the stamp ideas about warm wishes, sharing with friends, etc.

So in this simple card I just played with some “coffee” colors and the colors that match together beautifully, I also have added some real coffee beans, so it will keep this nice smell for a while.

{Saturday Creations} celebrate

I am celebrating again because I just LOVE this Oh So Fun Stamp set!

Here is another card I made using the FAB little mason jar and the word celebrate:

I cut the poppies out of a piece of patterned paper.  It’s all one piece!  I spent more time fussy cutting the flowers coming out of the jar so I could put them on pop dots and add dimension while still keeping it flat to mail.

Here’s a photo from the side so you can see how this little detail adds so much to the card.

In this photo you can see how I stamped the jar onto vellum and cut it out.  IRL it looks like a real jar!  The word celebrate just finishes it off.  I am in LOVE with that font!

Well that’s it for another {Saturday Creation}.

Pop on over to the Precious Remembrance Shop where you can buy this set as well as many other FABULOUS ones!

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Project Thursday – Jar of Hearts…

I’m not sure about anyone else, but my summer if flying right by….

This is my last Project Thursday post with the newest of the Precious Remembrance Stamp Sets – Oh So Fun

I love the jars in this set and used the larger of the two so I could curve the sentiment along side of it.

I filled the bottom with some hearts I punched out, made a little flag and tied it with some baker’s twine.  Pretty simple…..

Now, someone please slow the rest of summer down a little!  Thanks for stopping by.

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Tuesday Ideas – It’s Your Day

Hi stampers and Happy Tuesday. I’m here today to share my second and last card with you using the new set Oh So Fun.

Here is my card:

For this card I once again used the super fun triangles from the set. To create my banner I started by creating a template to trace for the banner string. I hunted around in my craft area and found a roll of tape and traced it onto a piece of scrap paper and cut it out. I then traced this with my pen. To add the triangles to the banner string I started in the middle and worked my way to the edges.  This is such an easy and fun layout. Mix up the colors and you have a totally different look.

Okay, now it’s your turn to create some great banners. Have fun with it and don’t be afraid to mix up those colors :)

It’s your day! by: Evgenia Petzer

{Stamp Set: Oh So Fun}

I really love the jars, even in the real life I love their look with flowers, so I just needed to make one, that has flowers in it.

Thats how this one came up to my mind. Again, I looked for the papers on which I can stamp my image, that will have flowers inside the jar.

Then I arranged the proper embellishments around and the last touch was adding the sentiment to it.

Inspire Me Friday {our friendly stamp block}

Hello again, PR fans!  Geri, here, with my last chance to show off the Oh So Fun set.  I chose to  focus on a couple of the sentiments this time, and wanted to try a technique I’ve been inspired by recently…stamping with our acrylic blocks.  Have you tried it???  It’s lots of fun to see how the colors mix!  I used my smallest rectangular block…inked the whole thing up with some Tim Holtz Tumbled Glass distress ink (a pale aqua blue), and then added a deep violet and deep blue to the opposing corners/edges of the block.  Next, I gave it a generous spritzing of water.  (If you don’t spritz enough, it’s hard to get the complete shape of the block with all four clean edges and corners.)  When you stamp the block onto your paper, you can see the watery ink spreading underneath it and can apply extra pressure where ever you see dry/empty spaces.  I allowed mine to air dry…

You can see that I did some gold embossing on vellum with the ‘celebrate’ sentiment, and embossed again with ‘it’s your day’ underneath the block image.  I like how the open star die cut and the vellum allow the pretty backdrop to shine through.

This is a really fun technique that I’ll be trying again!  Don’t know what took me so long!!!  Hope you’ve been inspired to give it a try, too!  There are lots of great PR sets in the shop that would look great with it!

Thanks so much for stopping in today!

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{Create it Wednesday}… hello

Hello PRS fans!!!  I don’t know about you, but I am totally lovin’ all the awesome projects that the design team has made with the new Oh So Fun set!  Each and every project has totally rocked!!!   Today I have a fun little tag-card project to share that I made using two pre-made tags and other bits and pieces.  Tag-cards are fun to make and a nice little twist on a regular A2 size card!

I have a pack of pre-made tags that I had never used and thought they would be perfect for creating a tag-card.  The pack contained 12 tags with four different styles.  I pulled out two tags that matched, scored one tag at the top slightly below the hole and adhered them together.  I then stamped both mason jars from the set on some patterned paper from American Crafts (Amy Tangerine Cute & Paste) and trimmed them out.  The tops were stamped on a different paper, trimmed out and popped up.   I stamped the label on the smaller jar and then added the sentiment (from the PRS set Positive Thoughts).  To perk things up a bit I added some polka dot paper and a paper doily that I cut in half.  Pulling colors from the polka dot paper I colored wood veneer stars using green, yellow, pink and blue inks.  (Tip… when coloring wood veneer with ink keep in mind that the ink might not dry quickly and instead of using your fingers to pick up the pieces use a set of tweezers.  This will help prevent getting ink on your fingers and then stray spots on your project.)  I adhered the paper strip, the doily and then jars and then the colored stars.  Finished off my tag-card with some neutral ribbon and a twine bow.

I hope you enjoy my little project and that I have inspired you to give tag-cards a try.

Hey there… rosigrl!

 

 

{Design It Monday} ~ Triangle Whimsy!

Hi there card makers! I have a cute birthday card to share with you today featuring stamps from our latest release Oh So Fun. I’ve used the  larger triangles from the set to create a pair of whimsical flowers!I lined up two of the triangles on my acrylic block, inked them up, stamped then repeated. The second time I rotated the block a bit lining up with the previous stamping to create four petals per flower. I created long wispy stems with the stitched line from Positive Thoughts. After adding some die cut grass, I stamped the sentiment in green ink. To add interest, it’s stamped again with red ink onto a scrap and the word block trimmed out. This is popped up with foam tape.

Four more triangles were stamped onto scrap cardstock and trimmed out. I added two per flower with foam tape after placing a tiny enamel dot in the flower centers. A couple of layered butterflies help to balance out my card.

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Mason Jar Love by Evgenia Petzer

The moment I saw this  Oh So Fun stamp I wanted to use the watercolor technique on it, but I was not confident that I will do it beautifully. So I just looked through my papers and the new set from Blue Fern Studios was just perfect for this idea.
Again I stamped the larger jar and then fussy cut it.
The sentiment I stamped in the bottom part of my card, its perfect quality and even these small letters can easily be read.
The cherry adds the soft vintage feeling to my card, that I always like.
Thank you!:)