Saturday Creations – {—hi—}

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:

000_4714This 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.

I had so much FUN playing with the PR Happy Art Stamp Set!  You will, too!  Until next time:

PR-DT1Sue Lelli ~ Card Therapy

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Art…It’s Messy and I Love It! by: Tenia Nelson

Hey Y’all!!

Happy Thursday and hope all is well! So I am reppin some AWESOME Precious Remembrance stamps today….THIS stamp set in general:

……and this is what I did with it this time…….CHECK IT!!!!!

This was a fun and simple card to make!!! Here are the directions to make this card!!

1. Create card from white cardstock.
2. Stamp splatter and sentiment onto white cardstock.
3. Add splatter, add sequins, affix washi tape and sticker stitches
4. Adhere image panel onto card using foam adhesive.

You see……totes easy……and FUN!!!

Thanks to Dyane and the lovely DT at Precious Remembrance for this fun opportunity….I had a BLAST!!!!


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Tuesday Ideas: One Layer Happy Art

Hello, everyone!  It’s Melissa back with more Tuesday Ideas inspiration using the wonderful Happy Art set!  This week, I went for a one layer CAS design.

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I used red, turquoise and yellow inks for this design.  Each color was stamped off before being stamped on the card base and each was overlapped a bit for a fun color mix.  The sentiment was stamped in black and then I applied a touch of sparkle to it with a clear Wink of Stella brush marker.  Celebrations can always use a little shimmer and shine, right?!

Until next time, happy stamping!


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{Inspire Me Friday} Yay! Happy Stamping!

Happy Friday, everyone!  Judy here with my next installment of {Inspire Me Friday} using the new release set, Happy Art.  It is a very happy set, don’t you think?  I have really enjoyed all the cards the Design Team and Guest Designers have shared so far this month — so very inspiring!

As hard as I try to be carefree with a stamp set like this, I still wind up making very linear layouts!  (Yes, I’m apparently an old dog having trouble learning some new tricks!)  However, I think it is great that even an artsy set such as Happy Art can be used in a variety of ways.

I stamped a line of splatters in various distress inks down the right side of the card.  Next, I stamped the grid design from the Fall Colors set in Wet Cement ink.  I stamped the bold “yay!” in black ink, then added “Happy Stamping” beneath it.  The triangles and heart were the final touches before I spritzed the entire card front with Perfect Pearls Mist.

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So, this one-layer card uses some fun, graphic images in an orderly way!  (Who knew!)  I look forward to seeing what you will do with this fun set…be sure to share your cards with us on Facebook and/or Instagram so we can see what you are up to!

Happy Friday…I hope you enjoyed my card!

JUDY_DT PRSMy Blog: Judy’s Card Corner

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Happy Art Flowers by: Deidre Payne!

Time to use your imagination a bit! I’m super excited to share my third post as Guest Designer for Precious Remembrance Shop’s new release of the Happy Art Stamp Set…and this card is full of flowers that I made using these super artsy stamps. Yes, flowers!!

The stamp set, in case you’ve missed it:

My card!

I was playing with these stamps and had a total “wowsers” moment.

If I use the large ink splat with the small splatter on the inside, it looks like a flower!

To make them:

  1. Ink the large splat really well with the lighter color, then tap the darker color around the edges only of the stamp and stamp onto your paper. Repeat with your color combos. I used Distress Inks in Spun Sugar/Picked Raspberry; Peacock Feathers/Evergreen Bough, and Twisted Citron/Lucky Clover.
  2. Lighten the center by lifting some of the color from the paper: use a water brush with just plain water, then dab with a paper towel. This is why I used Distress Inks, but optional 🙂
  3. Ink the small splatter stamp with a good, rich black ink (like Versamark) and stamp in the center of each flower.
  4. Stamp the solid and open triangles  from the set and sponge ink into the corners.
  5. Spice it up with some Liquid Pearls dotted in the center of each flower!

The sentiment is also from Precious Remembrance Shop’s, New Day Stamp Set.

I love abstract thinking, and I really hope you enjoyed stretching this stamp set with me!

xoxo Deidre

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Design It Monday ~ {Jackie & Puff!}

Hello, welcome to with another installment of Design It Monday! Today I’ve combined two stamp sets on what I like to call my Puff the Magic Dragon card! You know the words…”Little Jackie Paper loved that rascal Puff. And brought him strings and sealing wax and other fancy stuff.”

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Colorful strings from the Happy Art Stamp Set fill a jar that Puff would consider fancy stuff. The jar is from the Oh So Fun Stamp Set and the sentiment is too. The sealing wax was splatted about. I added a couple of hearts from Little Jackie Paper because he loves that rascally dragon!

Hope this brought a smile to your face. Have a delightful day!


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Saturday Creations ~ {Happy Stamping}

I hope you are having as much FUN viewing all of the FAB creations from our PR Design Team with our new PR Happy Art Stamp set as we are having making these cards for you!

Here’s my latest creation:

000_4694Yellow, pink, and orange ~ what could be more YUMMY?!  Besides the small paint splats, I used the open triangle stamp with the solid triangle stamp inside for a different color and the two heart stamps.

000_4695I stamped the three different colors on the white doily, added two perfectly matched little flowers and that precious white washed heart.

Here are some process photos:

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I randomly stamped the light pink

PR Happy Art card1Then I stamped the other colors.  I spritzed it all with water to make the BG run together and look more like Happy Art!

I hope you like my card!

PR DTBlog ~ Card Therapy

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Video: Scrapbooking Layout with Erica + Clique Kits! – It’s Messy and I love it!:)

Hi stampers! I’m here to quickly share this fantastic layout that Erica Thompson created using Happy Art stamp set + Clique Kits!♥ Make sure to check out clique kits store, you’ll find tons of amazing stuff including our stamp set!:)

Happy Art stamp set is perfect for any projects! Here’s Erica’s amazing layout + Video Tutorial! Enjoy!:)

(Thanks Erica for letting me share this project here!:)

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Yay! by: Tenia Nelson

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Tuesday Ideas: Happy Art Background

Hello, Everyone!  It’s Melissa back with another Tuesday Ideas post!  This week, I thought I’d share a background I created using the wonderful Happy Art stamp set that was released last month!

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I inked up the scribble image in three different inks (gray, blue & green), stamping each color individually and layering one on top of the other.  The sentiment was stamped in black on top of the finished background and blue & clear sequins added as embellishments.  The main panel was matted on black and popped up with foam dots.  Such a simple design!

This set has so many possibilities!  I hope this simple background idea inspires you to create your own!

Until next time, happy stamping!


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