Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Bicycle Happy Birthday Card

Good Morning!  Beth from Beth's Beauties here with you today. The card I am sharing with you uses a stamp set from Victorine Originals called Bicycles Set with Penny Farthing.
I used patterned papers from DCWV's Hello Darlin' stack.  I stamped on the wood grain paper with the square shaped bicycle stamp using brown ink.  It created a great background!  I stamped the focal point bicycle in brown as well and then die cut around it.  The sentiment is from Victorine Originals' Floral & Sayings stamp set.  That was stamped with VersaMark and embossed with gold powder.  I embellished with a bow of Trendy Twine and enamel dots.
Remember, we have this Mood Board Challenge going on right now! Here is the inspiration photo for it. You can use the pictures, theme, and/or colors to enter.
I hope you have a wonderfully crafty day!

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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Kindness

Good afternoon, Sharon here from Mollie Moo's Crafty Place taking over the blog today.

I hope you are all entering our challenge - don't forget you can win a gift certificate to spend on our huge collection of stamps!

Today's card Is a very simple one that fulfills the theme from our current mood board:


I stamped the Large Stemmed Daisy stamp and the Kindness is to the Heart What Sunshine is to the Flowers sentiment with white opaque ink onto black card.



 I had to stamp a few times to get a good level of ink. This is where the Tim Holtz Stamping Platform earns it's worth - you don't need to worry about getting perfect placement every time as long as your card stays in place you and stamp over and over again!
Once my image was stamped clearly I matted it onto some pink card and a white card base A few matching enamel dots placed around the image just balanced the design.

Thank you for stopping by, If you are looking for more inspiration check out my teamies cards on the BlogFaceBookInstagram and Pinterest.





Sunday, February 18, 2018

Rub a dub dub

I'm sitting here at a crop (stopping every few minutes to borrow products from the SumMore Fun booth) FINALLY getting some scrapbooking done. I hope this finds all of you well, as we haven't been at our house and it's been a rough couple of weeks.

Seriously, you guys, if you ever have a chance to attend a crop where SumMore Fun is a vendor - you must do so! The amount of wonderful product they have is so super awesome and handy for croppers!

Now on to the layout... I found this one-page layout kit at a recent scrapbooking garage sale. It was $1! How could I resist? I don't often make one-page layouts because I take WAY TOO MANY pictures, so first I had to figure out how to adjust it to a two-page layout.
From top to bottom: I colored in the title with the beautiful violet Kirarina Wink Glitter Marker. Once it was dry, I added some accents with purple glitter glue. 


I inked all the edges of my white photo mats with a coordinating ink. These Memento inks are PERFECT for this!

Then I went crazy with the bubbles! These are vellum circles. I inked the edges with the Bahama Blue Memento ink. I glued them to the sheet with a clear liquid glue. As they dried, they naturally curled - which made them look even more like bubbles! Once they were secure, I drew highlights on with a sky blue Kirarina Wink Glitter Marker. Then I added some shimmer chalk. To finish them off, I added lines of clear glitter glue!


I used the Raisin Boat stamp Baby Face for the bathtub. I stamped it twice, trimmed it out and glued it together. I colored in the bubbles with the sky blue Kirarina Wink Glitter Marker and then added some clear glitter glue. I also used the aqua blue marker for some accents.
For the journaling block, I used a sentiment from the Leave Your Mark Raisin Boat stamp and added accents with the sky blue Kirarina Wink Glitter Marker and some purple glitter glue.
On the second page, I stamped the new baby circle from the Talking in Circles Raisin Boat stamp set, and then cut around it and colored some of the dots with the three Kirarina Wink Glitter Markers I used on the previous page. I colored in the center of the stamp with a clear glitter shimmer pen.
I assembled the duck using pop dots after I inked the edges with Memento Ink. I colored in some accents with the Kirarina Wink Glitter Markers, a gold shimmer pen and some chalk.

What have you been working on lately? If it ties into the theme of our current mood board, don't forget to enter it into our challenge. You could get some of these awesome products for winning! See all the details on the blog post.


Thanks for checking out my most recent project!
            ~Jamie