I decided to go non-holiday with my blog hop card today. I will also be entering this card in this week's Make It Monday Challenge. Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving some love. Have a blessed holiday weekend. Angie Supplies: Table Linens Stamp Set and Die,Hero Arts Unicorn white ink, PTI Hawaiian Shores,Pinefeather, Simple Chartreuse,Tropical Teal ink, Simply Chartreuse Pattern Paper and MS Silver Embossing Powder.
--Create a new card from pieces of reject cards or alter a card from earlier today that you were not happy with.
I was trying for a single layer card, found my card lacked "UMPH" and "Wow"
After Card Making it Work!!!
I can hear Tim Gunn saying make it work!! My first card uses the Garden Gild stamp set on one layer. A bit too plain and uninspiring. After the judges in my head said you really missed the mark on this one I went back to the studio and added the Garden Gild cover plate and die cut some of the additional flowers. I painted the flowers with my Zig Real Brush markers and also added some sequins to give that extra POP. The judges in my head were much happier with this second card. YEA!!!
What a fabulous and FUN day at Papertrey Ink Stamp A Faire 2015!!! Here is my closing picture of me wearing my wonderful new felt necklace with a few of my SAF cards in the background.
Thank you to Nicole and the entire PTI design team for all the videos, techniques and crafting fun!!
My flowers and leaves are sand paper sprayed with Reinkers, the flower centers are a lock washers that looked like wonderful floral centers to me. The background paper is a very fine grit sand paper that worked wonderfully as a blackboard. Who knew so much fun could be found in the hardware store! I think this has to be my favorite challenge of the day so far!!
--Create a project that incorporates unconventional materials from a hardware store.
Bloom Builders dies, Ripe Avocado and Scarlet Jewel reinker, Baker's Dozen, Sentiment Signs,Stylish Sentiments: Birthday,White Embossing Powder, white gel pen and PTI white ink to smudge.
I stepped out of my floral comfort zone and made a masculine birthday card using last year's SAF papers. I always struggle with making masculine cards and today's techniques were very helpful to master some of my fears. And using grays is definitely not in my wheel house.
-Your challenge is to create a card or project that mixes at least three different patterned papers.
SAF 2014 paper, grey enamel dots. Paper Source "Cement" paper base, Stacked Sentiments,Sketched Shapes die, Birthday Classics stamp and Smoky Shadow PP and ink.
Well, here I am getting ready for tomorrow. It's been a busy week since I start back to work on Monday.:( Happily I get one more craft weekend before I summer comes to an end. YEA!!
I here in mucho caliente Southern California sitting by my VERY messy craft table looking forward to a whole lot of fun tomorrow.
My stamp a faire shirt was made using Royal Velvet and Simply Chartreuse reinkers mixed with water in a mini mister. I then stamped YOF Carnations onto my shirt using Memento Luxe ink(it is more permanent than dye inks).
Thanks so much for stopping by and we'll all look forward to some amazing PTI crafting this weekend.
For this month's Blog Hop Challenge I used Smoky Shadow cut with the Rainbow Stripes die. The flowers are cut from Vintage Cream and Orange Zest using last year's SAF 1940 flower die and the Flower Friendly dies. The sentiment is from A Cheerful Heart embossed on a 2.5 circle die.
Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy the rest of the Blog Hop :)
This week's Make It Monday is a fun challenge, using lots of white and just a pop of color. Thanks to PTI designer Lexi Daly the video tutorial and card samples she made can really inspire one to give this challenge a try. I have been having fun experimenting with my laminator and Deco Foil to create foil die cuts. The technique used on this card starts with a solid black square of laser ink from my printer. You then cut out your die cut from the black laser ink, run it through the laminator with the foil placed over the top of the die cut in a parchment paper sandwich. The parchment paper is thin and allows the heat from the laminator to adhere the foil while making sure the die cut doesn't get stuck in your laminator.
Supplies~ PTI linen CS(Base), Stamper Select for the die cut, thank you die, Deco Foil and Purple Cow brand laminator.
Thank you for stopping by, please leave a comment. Have a blessed day! Angie
This was a fun picture challenge!! I loved making the vase out of the Friendship Die and using a Cuttlebug embossing folder to make it look like a milk glass vase. I also LOVE these new Hero Arts Ombre ink pads.
Supplies~PTI Cutting Garden, Friendship Jar Die, It's a Banner Day Die, Hero Arts Ombre Pink Ink and New Leaf, pink vellum and Stampers Select.
Have a wonderful day and enjoy this fun Papertrey Ink Blog Hop. Angie
For this month's PTI blog challenge I used my Quilted: Spring stamp and die set along with a Think Big Favorites sentiment. I embossed the die into the background paper and then added the center I stamped, die cut and foam backed to add demension. I used Blueberry Sky and Harvest Gold Papertrey Inks.
Enjoy today's blog hop and thank you for stopping by. Angie
There are so many directions you could go in with this beautiful inspiration! The colors, patterns or a watercolored background. Try pulling out your Cover Plate: Quatrefoil die or some other patterned die.Enjoy and most of all have fun!
For my Blog challenge I made a Quartrefoil stamp out of a foam die cut. So much fun to have an extra fun stamp! Supplies: PTI Quartrefoil die, Cotsman watercolors, Layer Banner Banter, Zing Embossing Power and Think Big Favorites. Thank you for stopping by enjoy the Papertrey Ink Blog Hop!! Angie