Happy Friday Precious Remembrance Shop friends! Hope you had a good week and fun plans for the weekend! I’m stopping in today with a spring-like card that I made using the Sketchy Alphabet stamp set along with two of my favorite PRS stamp sets: DIY and Blossom.
Earlier in March it seemed like spring had arrived in the Pacific Northwest, but it is now April and our warm spring-like weather seems to have left… I hope it comes back soon, lol! In the meantime I thought I would bring a bit of spring to the blog today with my project. I started by looking through my stash of patterned paper and came up with the yellow striped paper. I stamped one of the flowers from the Blossom set on the paper in yellow ink and then trimmed it out. A piece of paper from the same pad was die cut with a rectangle die and then stamped with the arrow image from the DIY set in a light gray ink. I then stamped the stem from the Blossom in an aqua ink over the top. The sentiment from the DIY set was also stamped in the aqua ink and then I stamped the word bloom in yellow using the Sketchy Alphabet stamp set. I finished off the card by adhering the flower with foam dimensionals and then added Nuvo Glitter drops in yellow to the center.
Have a wonderful day!
Hey There… rosigrl
Hello Precious Remembrance friends… Helen is here today with a fun simple way of creating mixed media card with stamping, embossing, acrylic paint and white gesso. First, I crated the background by adding lightly some blue, violet, and yellow acrylic paint on a white cardstock. Using baby wipes, I soften the colors. After that, I stamped the grid texture image from Fall Colors Stamp Set with Ranger Black Archival Ink Pad. I added lightly some White Gesso with my finger randomly on the paper. And then, I trimmed it bit smaller that the violet card base and added it on the card with adhesive glue.
I stamped the flowers from Blossom Stamp Set on vellum paper with Versamark Ink Pad, and added some white glitter embossing powder on it, and heat set them with craft heater. I fussy cut them using micro-tip scissors.
For the sentiments, I stamped the words using Sketchy Alphabets Stamp Set on a white cardstock with Gypsy CTMH Dye Ink Pad and trimmed them into word strips.
I arranged the flowers on the card and glued them with dries-clear adhesive glue. I added the word strips on the card with 3D foam tape, and then I added the some of the Sweet Lavender Buttons on the card with adhesive glue.
I hope you all enjoy this post today and find inspirations from around you to create today. Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful day!
Happy Friday everyone!! Easter is just around the corner and my kiddo will be on spring break next week! With all that in mind I have a fun spring like card to share today that uses three different Precious Remembrance Shop sets: Sketchy Alphabet, Positive Thoughts and Blossom.
I started my card by looking through my vast supply of patterned paper and pulled out three different collections that were very spring like. I ended up using a small grouping of papers that came in a card kit I bought last year and unfortunately I don’t remember what company they came from. I cut down the teal paper with the polka dots to fit my card front. The I stamped the flowers from the Blossom set in a medium pink ink on the pink gingham paper and trimmed them out. The word spring was stamped with the same ink using the Sketchy Alphabet and trimmed out. I have had this pretty doily border in my stash for ages so I used some of that in the upper corner. I adhered the flowers and then added the sweet little teal buttons (from the PRS shop) to the centers. The hello (from Positive Thoughts) was stamped in a dark gray ink, then I adhered the letters to spell out spring and adhered the panel to a pink cardstock base. I love the slightly homespun feel that this card has.
I hope you have a wonderful day!
Hey There… rosigrl!
Hi there! I am so ready for spring, how about you? It’s officially here according to the calendar. But Mother Nature has been playing tricks on too many of us! So how about a little spring in the form of a card today.
The design team has been given the task of creating words with the Sketchy Alphabet stamp set. As you can see, I’ve stamped the word bloom. Coordinating patterned papers were added to an aqua card base. They’re topped with a trio of flowers from the Blossom stamp set that have been tucked into the small jar from the Oh So Fun stamp set. I did some masking on the stems so they would extend into the jar further. The blooms are colored with Copics and Wink of Stella was added to just the inner petals. Thick foam dots gave them tons of dimension! The other portion of the sentiment comes from the Blossom stamp set.
True happiness blooms from within. For me, card making makes that happiness continue to grow and bloom. Through the years those blooms have turned into a garden full of card making blogging friends! Have a delightful day and thanks for stopping by!
Hello everyone… Helen is here today. I have a set of Thinking of You cards to share with you that I created with two stamp sets and buttons. When I make a set of cards or mass-produce, I like to go with clean-and-simple style 🙂
First step I created the watercolored backgrounds. I scribble some of the Aquamarine Spectrum Aqua marker on a piece acetate and sprayed with some water. Then I used that acetate to stamp directly on the front of the white cards. I did it couple time to create the layers and dried it every time I added layer of color.
Next step is creating the flowers. I stamped the petals and stalks from Blossom Stamp Set on patterned papers with Versafine Onyx Black. Then I fussy cut each of them with micro-tip scissors. I added the flowers on the cards with dries-clear adhesive glue.
After all the flowers added on the cards, I stamped the sentiment from Daily Thoughts Stamp Set with the same ink pad using Mini MISTI. And then I embellished cards with some Simply Butter Buttons. And the cards are done… here are the close up of the cards:
I love having any type of cards ready in my card box whenever I need them. What type of cards do you like to have them ready in your stash whenever you need it? I hope you all can enjoy this post and inspired to create today.
Thank you so much for stopping today! Have a wonderful day!
Helen Guleltt – Living My Given Life
Hello and Happy New Year! Lisa here today with my first 2018 installment of Design It Monday. Today’s card is all about the stamping!
I drew a couple of light pencil lines on a 4″ x 3 1/2″ rustic ivory panel to help line up the fun graphic images from the Totally Stamp Set. Next came the sentiment using a combination of images. I did some selective inking on the word ‘totally’ and ‘me/you’ (Totally) then added the word ‘happiness’ from the Blossom Stamp Set. After die cutting a pair of file tabs, I added two more words from the Totally Stamp Set.
The design was modern and fun, but still a little too plain. So, I added a trio of flowers from the Blossom Stamp Set using a light green ink. I wanted the look to be subtle but add interest. To connect the rosy pink color throughout the card, I added the splatters (Positive Thoughts) using second generation stamping.
Just a little something funky and fun to brighten your day!
My Paper Tales
Hello again, friends! Missy here, and I have a fun abstract layout to share today. Do you have any stamps that you don’t think you’ll ever have a use for? For me, it’s the coffee cup stamp from the Coffee Love Stamp Set. I don’t drink coffee, so I probably would never use it on a project. I decided to challenge myself to use it anyway! I went artsy and abstract with it, and I love how it turned out. I used watercolor paints again instead of ink pads. I began by randomly stamping the coffee cup stamp over and over using different colors. I overlapped them and just made a colorful background. I used another sheet and stamped the coffee cup using black archival ink. I used the watercolors and ink sprays to add lots of shading and colors. Once everything was dry, I used several punches and punched lots of circles. You would never know what these stamps were in the beginning, so it really doesn’t matter what stamps you use for something like this!
Here you can see how awesome these random circles turned out. Look at the difference in stamping with an ink pad versus watercolor. It’s fun to get that wet and artsy look with the paint! You really can’t mess this up, either. It’s very easy to do. I added more watercolors and ink sprays to the background and also machine stitched with black thread through some of the circles.
By punching out the circles, I had instant embellishments. And each one is unique since I used several stamps. In addition to the Coffee Love Stamp Set, I also used a few stamps from the Blossom Stamp Set. I added some gold Color Shine, too, which is really fun. I used some older American Crafts alpha stickers for my title and added in some sequins from SpiegelMom Scraps.
Here on the right side, I created a little circle cluster. That “LOVE” piece is a die cut from the Love Coupon Bits & Pieces pack. They’re perfect for using as embellishments or titles. I added in some pink tangled thread and a few small Shimelle stickers.
I used a few more die cuts here from the Journey Bits & Pieces pack. These are great for adding the date and adding fun sentiments to your project. I love the typewriter font!
This was a lot of fun to create. Those circles were really easy to make with all the stamps. I hope this inspires you to get abstract and random with your stamps and create something unique and colorful! Be sure to check out my process video to see how I created this page.
Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!
Hello again, friends! Missy here, and I have a new layout to share using stamps from four different stamp sets. I combined the Blossom Stamp Set, the Fall Colors Stamp Set, the Happy Art Stamp Set and the Date Stamp Set on this page. I began with the flower stamps from the Blossom set, some black Archival Ink and a scrap sheet of white cardstock. I created several flowers and then added color to them using some Prima Watercolor Pencils. I fussy cut them all out and arranged them around my photo as separate embellishments. I used a light pink cardstock for the background and played off several shades of pink throughout the page. I used a few random patterned papers as layers behind my photo and tucked the flowers in around it. On the background, I added a bit of white gesso first and then I used a few stamps in a random way along with some gelatos.
Check out how awesome these flowers turned out! They’re from the Blossom Stamp Set. Cutting them out and using them as embellishments really creates some nice dimension. It was really easy to color them in with the colored pencils. You could do this with any type of mixed media products and any color scheme.
Here you can see the stamping on the background. I used a messy grid stamp from the Fall Colors Stamp set, and I just held it in my hand instead of sticking it to a stamping block. I was going for a bit of messy texture, and this stamp worked great. I traced a big circle behind everything and machine stitched around it. I also added some black tangled thread behind the photo and layers. I embellished with a few Me & My Big Ideas stickers, and my title is from the Crate Paper Cute Girl collection.
Here’s another look at the flowers. I really love how they turned out. There are stems with leaves in the Blossom Stamp set as well, so you could add those to the flowers and get a totally different look.
Down at the bottom I used the grid stamp again. I also used some of the small open triangles from the Happy Art Stamp Set to create some subtle shapes on top of the big circle. I used a pink Prima chalk ink for those. I drew some lines and added my journaling down below everything.
I hope this inspires you to mix and match your stamps! And don’t be afraid to use them in a different way. It’s fun to get creative with them! I hope you’ll check out my process video to see how I created this.
Thank you so much for stopping by!
Hello, everyone! It’s Judy here, sharing two bullet journal pages I made using the new Sketchy Alphabet set along with some other favorite stamp sets from Precious Remembrance Shop!
As soon as the school year comes to an end, I usually begin writing my summer “to do” lists. I often write a new list each week, so this year I decided to make them a little more fun. I bought a blank journal at the local craft store and thought it would be fun to combine my love of stamping with my love of list-writing!
Here is the first page I did, using the Sketchy Alphabet set to make my heading along with the Date stamp set. I added some fun flowers from the Blossom set around the page border and the cute smiley face from the Coffee Love set.
For my next page, I decided to highlight my love of coffee using the Sketchy Alphabet set along with the Coffee Love set, one of my all-time favorites! I colored all of my stamped images with colored pencils.
I have no doubt that I will be using my PRS stamps on future “to do” lists in my journal…and the Sketchy Alphabet set is perfect for personalizing my pages.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Judy’s Card Corner
I’m back with another card using the PR Sketchy Alphabet stamp set. I LOVE this font and think it looks great when you combine 4 letters or numbers to make a bold sentiment. This is a birthday card for a dear friend of mine:
For the background I stamped words from the PR Blossom Stamp Set. The butterfly tail and tiny hearts are from the PR Sweet Pea Stamp Set.
Here is the 4 letter sentiment up close. It was colored with a water brush pen and Prima inks.
I couldn’t stop playing! Here’s another sentiment to use on a future card:
Then one last thing. Here is a tag for a graduate gift of a cruise:
The background is water colored on white embossed paper with ocean creatures. They just POP when color is added!
I hope you like my designs! THX for stopping by!
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