Well, it’s time for a video! Yes, I used the double time stamping technique in my class this month and everyone seem pretty pleased with it. So I decided perhaps a video for the world was in order! The technique is really an adaptation of a bit more elaborate technique called Triple Time Stamping. Here’s what we are made this month.
Hard to miss with the colors and the Tropical Chic stamp set!
I love this color combination!
Design Notes for Double Time Stamping Card:
Well, really, the video says it all.
I promised the measurements!
Card Base (Granny Apple Green) 4 1/4″ x 11″, scored at 5 1/2″
First layer (Highland Heather) 4″ x 5 1/4″
Large Whisper White Panel, 3 3/4″ x 5″
Granny Apple Green Panel (small) 2 3/4″ x 3 3/4″
Small Whisper White Panel 2 1/2″ x 3 3/4″
Panel for inside card, 4″ x 5 1/4″
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This week Global Design Project is celebrating it’s 150th post. How could I not participate? I love the sketch. Here’s my take on the sketch using the Tropical Chic stamp set and Tropical Escape Designer Series Paper.
Here’s the sketch for this challenge. Just click on the sketch to go to Global Design Project web site.
Design Notes for Tropical Chic Card:
Don’t you just love that Tropical Escape Designer Paper? I think the colors are just terrific. Here’s what I picked out from the paper:
There are some small dots of Blushing Bride on the Designer paper that I used on this card. I tried to bring them out a bit by using some Blushing Bride card stock for the banner and behind the leaf. I also added some Blushing Bride ink to the Glimmer Paper. Have you ever done that. It’s really easy to color Glimmer Paper. It just takes a sponge or Dauber and ink. I did a video about this a while back. You might want to check it out.
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Hope you are enjoying your weekend. Stop back on Monday to see the second collar fold card, this time for a man.
Today I am going to show you a card made with the great Sea of Textures stamp set and also show you a video about paper tearing. I’m a designer on the Try Stampin’ on Tuesday site and today I’m presenting the technique challenge for July.
I love that octopus! AFTER I stamped and cut him out, I realized it’s not a very realistic color. However, I’m claiming artistic license and we’re going with the Blackberry Bliss.
Design Notes for Sea of Textures Card:
The octopus and the coral were easy. I stamped and then cut them out with the Under the Sea Framelits. I cut the reef out and used the piece of card stock as a mask. Next, I used some Shimmery White Embossing Paste to create the reef effect.
Did you look carefully at the octopus? At his eyes? I used two tiny pieces from the Tranquil Textures Sprinkles and the Fine Tip Glue Pen to give him eyes!
Learn about the paper tearing techniques in the video below.
Supply List for Sea of Textures Card:
The Sea of Textures stamp set is part of a bundle. Buy both and save 10%. The stamp set comes in either clear mount or wood mount.
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Also, don’t forget that you can now purchase the new colors of Stampin’ Blends! Just add them to your order.
Hope you are enjoying a great weekend.
Today is the golf card parade in our community. All the kids are here. We’re going patriotic with the cart decorations this year (and keeping it simple!) Pictures to follow!
Last week I made a gusseted bag from the flat Striped Treat Bag. A few folks asked me how it was done. So, today – a video tutorial. To be honest, I’ve made the process a bit easier than the process I used in the original post. (See it here.) Here’s a peek at what I created for the video.
Aren’t these perfect for Valentine treats?
I am pretty sure I saw this done at a Stampin’ Up! gathering a year or so ago. Nonetheless, here is my take on how to create a gusseted bag from a flat one.
I also wrote out the directions so that you could save them for future reference.
I can’t decide which one I like the best.
Supplies for Valentine Striped Treat Bags:
So, do you see how valuable the Stampin’ Trimmer can be? You need one. When you order a Trimmer, I will send you an extra package of Trimmer Cutting Blades as a Thank You gift. The Trimmer comes with one blade but you’ll be prepared when the time comes to replace that blade.
Order the Trimmer, a package of Striped Treat Bags and a stamp set like the Heart Happiness set and you will be all ready to create some great Valentine treat bags. In addition, you will earn a Sale-A-Bration item. Win! Win!
Thanks for stopping by today. Look for another blog post later today. I’m participating in an International Blog Highlight. Each participant will feature something made with a favorite item from either the Occasions Catalog or Sale-A-Bration. Sure to have lots of good ideas there!
Amazing You is one of the great new stamp sets from the Sale-A-Bration brochure. Just purchase $50 and it can be yours. Today I have featured this great stamp set in a birthday card for a friend.
There’s more about Amazing You that I’ll be sharing soon. Well, I’ll give you a hint… there is a coordinating set of Thinlits that you can also get for FREE! Some samples next week. You are going to love it!
Are you wondering about the “masking” part referred to in the blog post title? That’s how I got the great gold accent behind the flower.
I’ve been playing a lot with masking the last week or two and decided to create a video tutorial for you. I show you two types of masking. You will see they are easy and easier!
Design Notes for Amazing You Card:
First, I inked up the flower stamp with Calypso Coral and then I used a Stampin’ Write Marker to ink up the leaves. I created a mask of the flower and leaves then used that to cover the Calypso Coral and Wild Wasabi image. Next, I used VersaMark and Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder with the sunburst stamp. I thought the “celebrate” repeated along side in Calypso Coral ink was a good way to finish it off. Finally, I added some Gold Metallic Thread behind the focal image. You can never go wrong adding some gold.
Supply List for Amazing You Card:
Don’t forget, you can get this stamp set for free. Just order $50 in products from the Occasions catalog or the Annual Catalog. For each $50 you purchase you will qualify for a Free item.
Thanks for stopping by today.