Friday, May 25, 2018

SumMore Fun Mood Board #29

Happy Friday! Today is the start of a new challenge at the SumMore Fun blog with a new mood board (you can see it at the bottom of this post). Here is what I created for inspiration!
 This card was quite simple to make using patterned paper and Raisin Boat's Strokes of Pride stamp set.  I stamped the brush stroke stamp with Distress Oxides in Peeled Paint, Fired Brick, Faded Jeans, and Walnut Stain along the right side of the patterned paper.  The sentiment is also from that stamp set.  I die cut the front panel with a GMD wonky stitched rectangle, added eyelets to the bottom, then adhered it to the card using foam tape.
Here is a look at the current mood board:
You can enter using the theme, pictures, or colors. Lots of choices! Head on over to the SumMore Fun blog and check out their challenge post. You have two weeks to enter your project/s. We can't wait to see your take on the current Mood Board.

I hope you have a wonderfully crafty day!

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Wishes Cake Card

Birthday cards are always something I am in need of!  I made multiples of this one since it was so cute and simple.  The SVG file is My Scrap Chick's Wishes Candle Card.
I stamped the sentiment from Pink and Main's Wishes stamp set with Versamark ink and embossed it with white powder.  The papers are from The Paper Studio's Birthday Extravaganza pad.  Adhesives used were ATG, and Lineco Adhesive.
I hope you have a wonderfully crafty day!

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Pink and Main

Monday, May 21, 2018

Three Father's Day Cards

Happy Monday morning! I am on the SVG Attic blog today with these three Father's Day cards.  They are all very different, but all the files come from the SVG Attic Cards For Dad set.
Card #1 will be for my boys to give to my husband.  I thought it was a really fun style!  Products used include:  DCWV Copper Luxe stack, plain cardstock, Totally Pumpkin and Totally Black Trendy Twines and silver brads.
Here is a close up.
Card #2 will be going to my dad, a farmer!  I decided the card style was perfect to make an eclipse card, so I stamped several images from Raisin Boat's Homegrown stamp set onto my paper and watercolored it with Distress Inks in Walnut Stain, Fired Brick, Salty Ocean, Old Paper, Moved Lawn, Mustard Seed, and Weathered Wood.  Once it was totally dry, it was time to cut the card front!
I didn't use the original shadow cut layer under the "dad" word.  Instead I cut apart the card base and used the front part as the shadow.
Here is the finished product!  I went around the "dad" cuts with tan chalk ink to help them stand out a little more and popped them up with foam tape.  I really LOVE how this one turned out!
Last, but not least, card #3 is for my father-in-law.  This one was pretty straight forward.  I used papers from DCWV's Treasures stack and popped the "DAD" up with foam tape.  The solid colored words are actually cut from scraps of vinyl.  It was so simple to use that because you automatically have the right letter spacing and adhesive on it, so it is ready to add to the card immediately.  The only embellishment was silver brads.

I hope you have a wonderfully crafty day!
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Trendy Twine & Pink Diamonds

Hello all!  Today the Trendy Twine DT is showcasing projects that use one of the newest products in the Annie's Paper Boutique store...Pink Diamonds!  They are absolutely gorgeous!  Here is the layout I created using several of them as embellishments.  To find my DT sisters' projects, head on over to the Trendy Twine blog.
I wanted to find the perfect papers to used with the Pink Diamonds, and I found that with DCWV's Fairytale Dreams stack.  I added the title to the center of the page and embellished on either side with the Pink Diamonds.  They were adhered with Lineco adhesive and a precision tipped bottle.  I added a grouping of other embellishments including die cut hearts, flowers, Cotton Candy Sequins and Cotton Candy Trendy Twine.
You can see the gorgeous shine of the Pink Diamonds a little better in this picture.
In the top right corner of the layout, I added a Kraft Large Tag-It, on which I used a Pink Midnight Trendy Page Dot, a sentiment stamp from APB Documenting the Everyday set, Cotton Candy Sequins, and Cotton Candy Trendy Twine.  I also used Cotton Candy Trendy Twine on the photo mats.

Here is a close up of what the Pink Diamonds look like.  Look at that iridescent shine!  They are absolutely gorgeous.
And guess what?  You have two chances to win some of these beauties!  To qualify, comment on this blog post, the Trendy Twine blog, and also on my two DT sisters' blogs.  You have until this Wednesday at 10 pm central time to comment.  There will be another giveaway on the Trendy Twine Facebook Page, so head over there for details on how to enter.

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Entering here:
May 22 Die Cuttin Divas (favorite color is pink!)