Hello and Happy Saturday! Erica back with you today to share my last project as Guest Designer! I have had so much sharing with you all and I hope you have enjoyed all my projects! I have said this over and over but I really do love all of the stamps from PRS! I get so much use out of them and that is really important to me! Today I am using the Daily Thoughts and Positive Thoughts stamp sets!
I wanted to create a simple tag to add to gift and treat bags! I knew I wanted to use the cassette image from Daily Thoughts but instead of just stamping it out I thought it would be fun to add some gold foil!
Now in order to add foil using my Minc machine I needed to make sure the image was printed with my laser printer. I stamped the image out on a piece of white cardstock and took a photo of it. I then uploaded the photo to my computer and opened it up in Silhouette Studio.
Once it was in Silhouette Studio I resized the image and filled an 8.5×11 sheet with the image. I sent it to my laser printer and then cut our the images. Now they are ready to be sent through the Minc machine for some foil!
This is so easy to do and can be done with other stamped images! I just wish I had more colors of foil in my stash!
I went ahead and foiled all the images that I printed and cut and now I have some super cute tags to use! I can add different sayings onto the cassette as well with stamps or stickers! For this project I used the Positive Thoughts stamp set and stamped the word Hello onto the cassette!
I also added a pretty black doily and some cute polka dot tissue paper! I clipped the tag onto the bag with a gold paperclip that I added some ribbon to. So quick and simple!
I love this technique and hope you give it a try! Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today! Don’t forget to follow Precious Remembrance Shop on Facebook and Instagram so you can stay up to date on their next release! I know I can’t wait to see it!
Hello! I am so excited to be back on the Precious Remembrance blog today sharing another project with you! Today I have a very colorful and fun 12×12 layout to share and I hope you love it as much as I do! I used the Daily Thoughtsstamp set and had so much fun!
I pulled out the fun and colorful Addison 6×8 paper pad from Bella Blvd and began stamping the cassette tape all over the different papers! Once I had them all stamped out I cut them all up and began layering them up to create colorful cassettes!
Once all my cassette tapes were done I started to add them to my white 12×12 cardstock. I decided to add them to the top half of my layout and add my photo in the middle center of the paper! I pulled embellishments from the Addison collection as well and I think the headphone ephemera piece goes perfect!
I added a little bit of color with some inks and mists to add a little more fun and color to the layout!
This layout came together pretty fast once I had all the cassette tapes put together which was actually pretty fun to do! I love how bright and colorful they all look! I also added some word stickers to some of the cassettes that I thought went well with the photo of my daughter and her bestie! Here is the completed layout! This stamp set is so much fun and can be used so many ways!
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today! Make sure to check out the Precious Remembrance Shop to see all their amazing stamps! Also follow them on Instagram and Facebook for more inspiration and to stay up to date on all the new releases! Happy Stamping!
I knew when I first saw the Daily Thoughts stamp set that I wanted to try and do some paper piecing with the cassette tape! For this project today I kept everything black and white and I just love how it turned out because black and white are my favorite together! I pulled out some scrap papers from my stash that had polka dots and stamped the cassette stamp onto them and then cut them out. I pieced them together and used the Hi sentiment from Positive Thoughts stamp set and added it to the cassette! Simple card, simple colors but just look how cute it is!
I used white textured cardstock for my base and made it a top folding card. The white with black polka dot is a vellum paper from Pretty Little Studio and that black and white stripe ribbon!! I am heart eyes over this ribbon! I think this card would be perfect to give to a friend or a girl who is in her young teens! I think they would love the retro cassette and cool black and white! So many possibilities with the Daily Thoughts stamp set! I can not wait to share more projects with you! Remember to follow PRS on Instagram and Facebook for more inspiration and to stay up to date on new stamp/product releases! Thanks so much for stopping by today and have a wonderful day!
Hello Everyone! Erica here and I am so excited to be guest designer for Precious Remembrance Shop! I am loving the new Daily Thoughts stamp set and today I wanted to create a quick and simple card!
I started with a white card base and some scraps from my January Clique Kit. I wanted to use the Think of You sentiments from the stamp set on my card. I created a white panel for my card and ran in through my Big Shot using a polka dot embossing folder. I love the texture that it gives!
I have a bunch of strips of paper from my kit and I thought I could use a few of them on this card! I love all the purples and pinks in this collection! I also die cut a circle out of white cardstock and stamped the Thinking of You sentiment in some slate ink. To finish off my I punched a small hole in the circle die cut and added some jute string. I tied a small bow and that was it! This card came together very quickly and I love how it turned out! Using scraps from your stash is an quick and easy way to get some cards done! Here is a look at my completed card using the Daily Thoughts stamp set!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed my card and are feeling inspired to use up some of your scraps! Make sure to stop by the Precious Remembrance Shop and check out all the fun stamps! You can find the Daily Thoughts stamp set HERE! You are going to have so much fun with this stamp set I just know it! Have a great day!
Here’s a quick gift wrapping idea. I’m a big fan of treat bags and the plain kraft ones are the best for stamping! Team it up with a card and instant giftie!
I love to give + receive gift cards. I’ll be the ﬁrst one to say that I generally tuck them inside a card. If you slip it inside stamped packaging, it takes it up a notch. This bag didn’t take long at all to embellish. The stamps are from the Oh Christmas stamp set. The speckles are from the Fall Colors set and have been heat embossed in white.
My card combines the Oh Christmas + Coﬀee Love stamp. A pop of green puts it right into the festive spirit of things.
Thanks so much for stoppin’ by today!!!! A big shout out to Precious Remembrance for having me as a guest designer these last couple of month! Make sure you check out the Precious Remembrance Shop blog!
Hi everyone!! Rosemary here with my last guest post for Precious Remembrance Shop. I have really enjoyed my time as a guest designer and want to give Dyane a big thanks for having me!! My card today was created for my little niece Kaia. She will be turning one and I thought the Sketchy Alphabet stamp set was the perfect way to personalize her card.
I started out by stamping the word hooray using aqua, coral pink and light green inks. The exclamation point was stamped in gray. I then die cut the piece with a scalloped rectangle die. The balloons were created by using the circle heart stamp from the Coffee Love stamp set. I stamped my “balloons” using the same three inks. I die cut matching green cardstock as a mat for the main panel and a larger mat from coral pink cardstock. I then layered everything up on the front as you see.
For the inside I simply stamped my sentiment as you see it using the same inks, die cut it and then matted it using some aqua cardstock. I love how it turned out and can’t wait to send it off to little Kaia!
Hope you have enjoyed my posts these last two months!
Hi everyone!! Rosemary here with another card using the new Sketchy Alphabet stamp set. I have really been enjoying being a guest designer!! My card today is a very simple one layer design with some collage stamping.
When I started the card I was thinking about breast cancer awareness and went with a pink and gray theme. I started by stamping out the “Hi Friend!” sentiment using gray ink. I didn’t use my MISTI, but just eyeballed the lettering as I wanted to get my letters as close together as possible. Once I was done with that I added in the pink color using a few images from the PRS Positive Thoughts stamp set. I actually used the same color ink for rings and the splatters, but before stamping the splatters I stamped off once on scrap paper so that the splatters would be lighter. I added the sentiment “You inspire me” in black ink and then a few light pink hearts to finish things off.
The flower was stamped on some bright yellow and white patterned paper from My Mind’s Eye and then trimmed out. I cut a piece of coordinating paper down to fit a card front and then cut that piece into two. The sentiment was stamped on the lower half using the Sketchy Alphabet and the word lovely from the Blossom set. I adhered the two pieces of patterned paper to my card base and then attached the flower. Some Nuvo Glitter Drops in Blizzard White were added to the center of the flower and dropped in various spots around the flower.
Hi everyone!! Rosemary here for my first guest designer post on the Precious Remembrance Shop blog and I’m super excited to be here!! Thanks so much to Dyane for asking me to be a guest designer!! Have you seen the newly released Sketchy Alphabet stamp set??? It is super cute and very versatile!
For my card today I decided to use it in a way that is a little bit more elegant and created a card that would be perfect for an anniversary or a just because type of card. I started by stamping all the letters in the alphabet on white cardstock using a light gray ink. I used my mini MISTI to do this to get a somewhat straight alignment of all the letters. Once that was done I die cut the panel down with a rectangle die. I then arranged the A, E, I, the heart from the Positive Thoughts set and the U on my MISTI and then stamped everything on vellum using VersaMark watermark ink. Copper embossing powder was applied and heat set. The strip was trimmed down and adhered to my main panel with rolled up glue dots. I added some sequins that I had that are a pale copper color. A piece of copper foil cardstock was die cut using the same rectangle die and then both pieces were adhered at angles to my light gray cardstock base.
Thanks for stopping by today!! I hope you enjoyed my project!