Thanks So much!!!
Thanks So much!!!
Hey everyone I am back with another guest designer post using some fabulous Precious Remembrance Stamps! Today I will be using the Happy Art, Positive Thoughts and New Day Stamp Sets! I had so much fun with these stamps and created 3 fun cards to share with you today!
The first stamp set is the Happy Art stamp set
I started by spraying some of my Shimmerz paint onto my non stick mat and using my favorite stamp in the Happy Art stamp set and stamped it out on a white piece of cardstock that I will be using for my card front. Once I stamped it out in two different colors I added some splatters some black threads and then a few layers of pattern paper!
So fun and super quick to create some great cards!
I used this sticker from Bella Blvd. as my sentiment! Here is a look at the final card!
My next card I used the New Day stamp set and used the three circles to create a background! I used Versafine Black ink to stamp the images!
Next I added some black threads and then some fun pattern papers in my favorite colors!
I love these papers from Bella Blvd. Addison collection! The colors are so fun and look awesome with the black polka dot stamped background! Here is a look at the final card!
The last card uses the Positive Thoughts stamp set! I used the solid heart to create a pattern on the lower part of the card front!
I used more paper from the Addison collection from Bella Blvd and a piece of ephemera from the die cut pack!
I stamped out the word Hello from the Positive Thoughts stamp set on the ephemera piece and I think it looks adorable!
Here is a look at the final card!
Here are all three cards using the Precious Remembrance Stamps! I have had so much fun being guest designer! I hope have enjoyed my projects this month! Remember to stop by the Precious Remembrance shop to pick up these fabulous stamps and also their Facebook page! Have a great day!
Hey PRS fans! Erica back with you today for another Guest Designer post! I am so excited to share my project with you and share how I used the stamp! I have recently started doing project life to document our daily life and this stamp is perfect! I wanted to do something a little different with one of the stamps to share with you all another fun way to use these stamps! I decided to create a cutfile for the month of March using the March stamp that comes in the Date Stamp Set! It really is very simple and can be done with just about any stamp!
I started by stamping the image out on a piece of white 4×6 cardstock in a nice black ink! Versafine is my favorite! I then took a photo of the image and uploaded it to my computer as a JPEG file. Next I opened up my silhouette studio and then opened up my JPEG file of the stamped image! All there is to do now is trace the image, move the JPEG image over and delete it and what is left is your cut file! You can now adjust the size of the image and send to your silhouette to cut! Super simple and quick and another way to get the most our of your stamps!
Here is a look at the image turned into a cutfile! I used the cutfile for my March title page and I love how it turned out! I also cut out some of the days of the week that I will use later in my album! I used my March Clique Kit that you can find HERE and it makes it easy to create journal cards that all go together! In my last guest designer post that you can find HERE I shared how I made my own journal cards for my December Daily album and I decided to do some of that technique for these pages!
I just love how the March looks stamped over and over again on a white piece of cardstock! I just added a heart from the embellishment pack that came in my kit and I have a cute 3×4 journal card!
I used the grid stamp and stamped it out on one of the pattern papers in the kit and also stamped out the Month Date Year inside the grid. I trimmed it down with my scissors and only used the Month box on one of my cards. I will save the Date and Year for another card in my album. Here is a look at my final two pages. I love how they came out and how much use I am getting out of this stamp set! You can pick it up HERE in the Precious Remembrance Stamp Shop! While you are there in the shop be sure to check out the other fabulous stamps and products in the shop!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I would love for you to check out my blog for my projects later this month using the stamp set and don’t forget to also follow the Precious Remembrance Stamp blog! Have a wonderful and creative day!
Hello Everyone! I am so excited to be on of this month guest designers using the new Date Stamp! Now when I saw the stamp set for the first time I had so many ideas in my head I just could not wait to get stamping! Now I know we are past December but I will be honest her and say I am way behind on my 2016 December Documented album! I felt very inspired by this stamp set to get going on some of my pages! I decided to create some journal cards using the stamps in the set and I just love how they came out!
I used the December stamp and masked off my 3×4 journal card with some wide washi tape and stamped it over and over again at the top. I embellished my card with some pretty Bella Blvd holiday embellishments.
I love how this page looks in my 6×8 album! I also created a full 6×8 pocket page to go along side my 3×4 page and used the stamp set to add a few details!
I stamped the grid on some pattern paper to add some more color and pattern to my page and also stamped in the month, date and year! I added the On This Day stamp to a little Bella Blvd tab and tucked it on the top of my photo! Love little details like this!
Here is a look at my my completed two pocket pages side by side! I just love how they turned out and I can not wait to finish this album! I will be sharing more pages on my Instagram so be sure to follow me @ericarosecreates If you have not picked up this stamp set yet make sure to head on over to the Precious Remembrance Shop and grab one! So many possibilities with this stamp! I can not wait to share my next couple projects with you!
Thanks so much for stopping today! Make sure to follow Precious Remembrance on Facebook and follow the blog to stay up to date on new releases and sales! Have a great day!
Time to wrap up the month of November and head on into December with some holiday stamping cheer. So grateful to be guest designing with Precious Remembrance over this past month.
I have fallen head over heels for birch wood slices this season. There is just so much you can do with them. Today I wanted to showcase how you can easily stamp on the surface and create your very own, unique ornament, gift tag, or holiday decor.
Wishing you all a wonderful holiday season and thank you for allowing me to share my love for Precious Remembrance with you!
Over the past few months there have been many trips down the embroidery aisle at my local craft store. The colors draw me in and I do not hesitate to add a few new shades of thread to my collection.
For my second project, guest designing this month here at Precious Remembrance, I wanted to share a project where stamp and thread meet.
Begin with stitching a black threaded line across your fabric. The length will depend on the hoop you are using. Using pale ink, here I used grey, stamp the pine needles. This is the point when you add the fabric to the hoop and secure it properly. Now, time to stitch. Use the stamped image as a guide for your needle and thread. I also used a portion of a sentiment stamp in the Oh Christmas set to stitch “happy”. Added a few french knots and done. To finish things off, stamped a gift tag and box.
I am not a seasoned embroider; however, with a few of my favorite stamps it makes the process much easier and consistent.
Have a wonderful day and see you back here again soon!
This is the time of year when we start digging into our creative stash for the holidays. Handmade cards, handmade ornaments, and if we have time, handmade gifts. Today I wanted to share a quick and easy project that can fulfill that gift need, or maybe keep it for yourself.
All the materials you will need for this project are as follows:
Driftwood or small dowel
Tassels or charms (optional)
Begin by tying the twine to the piece of wood. String on beads, tassels/charms, and wire pieces. Time to stamp!
Stamp as many stars and pine branch onto cardstock as desired. Cut out each piece. (Note: To create the 3D pine branches, simply cut out two stamped pine branches. Stamp image on the reverse side of each. Cut 3/4 of the way up on one and 3/4 of the way down on the second piece. Slide them together, through the cut, and fan out to create a “x” at the top and bottom.)
Attach the pine pieces to the wire attachments using a needle and thread. Then, attach the stars to the twine using a double layer of 3d adhesive dots and two stamped/cut out stars.
There you have it. The wonderful thing about a project such as this is that it can have anything dangle from the twine in the color palette of your choice, using your favorite stamps and items. Make it larger to add more detail, or smaller as an ornament on your holiday tree.