Monday, February 11, 2019

Jessica Lynn Original Stamps Guest Designer for February


Hello my friends!!! I am so happy today to be a Guest Designer for Jessica Lynn Stamps. That is one more reason why I loove social media specially Instagram... You post and create and you never know what is going to happen with the things you post... Maybe one day you wake up to an amazing message inviting you to Guest Design, the next day you make a new crafty friend, or the next day you realize an amazing comment totally cheer you up on a terrible day!!! 
My card today was totally inspired by the love that is in the air....


CARD DETAILS:

To start with this card I cut the base with the Gina Marie Ric Rac Nested Rectangle Die and used Oxide Inks first with a layer of Spun Sugar very light, then with Worn Lipstick and finally with Candied Apple... I splash a little water to this panel.    
I had a blast coloring this sweet Puppy from Jessica Lynn Original called Hot Dog Dachshund with Zig Markers in colors Oatmeal, Brown, Beige, Yellow and Wine Red.


To finish this cute card I used Nuvo Glimmer Paste Moonstone with a heart stencil leaving the part for the sentiment without the glimmer paste.  I stamped the sentiment and add some sequins in the doggie colors.  I adhere this panel to a black card base for contrast...


He is the cutest little doggie ever!!! Check out all the Jessica Lynn Original stamps at her Shop HERE.
I hope you like my card have a wonderful day!!!



Monday, February 4, 2019

You are one in a Melon - Heartcraft Paper Guest Designer

Hello Friends!!! I am so happy today to be sharing with you my first project for this month as Guest Designer for Heartcraft Paper I will be Guest Designing for my friend a second term.  I used the Yummy digital image Watermelon Pop... check out more of the awesome digis at the Heartcraft Paper shop...



CARD DETAILS:

To create this Yummy card I used some of the Oxide Inks I am currently obsessed with:
Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick.  I started with the background going with the lightest color first and then blending the darkest shade of Oxide Ink... I then resize and print my yummy watermelons and colored them with the same oxide ink colors.  I used a mask for the bottom part of the watermelon.  I used markers for the stick and the green part, I finally used a black Ultra fine Sharpie marker for the watermelon seeds.  I used 3D foam for the watermelons and I used a Kraft Card stock  as a card base.  I used sequins as embellishments.

I hope you like my card today and can be inspired...  What is your favorite fruit? 



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Saturday, January 5, 2019

Aquapura/Heartcraft Paper Guest Designer

Hello Friends!!! I am so happy today to be sharing with you a project as a Guest Designer for Heartcraft Paper I will be Guest Designing for my friend Monica for a second term.  I used the magical digital image Aquapura... check out more of the awesome digis at the Heartcraft Paper shop...


CARD DETAILS:

I wanted to create an ocean scene with this magical image.  I used Oxide inks for the waves  and add water splashes  I print and color the digital image with markers.  I adhere it to the card and also some sequins.  With a glitter pen I put some sparkle to the wings... I adhere this panel to a white card base.



I hope you like my card today and can be inspired...  What is your favorite magical image?



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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Hugs Penguin/Heartcraft Guest Designer

Hello Friends!!! I am so happy today to be sharing with you a project as a Guest Designer for Heartcraft Paper.  The sweet digital image I used to create this card is called Penguin Celebration... check out all the beautiful and cute digis at the Heartcraft Paper shop...



CARD DETAILS:

To create this adorable card I used a white base that I masked to create the rectangle in the middle of the card and ink blend it with oxide inks to create an aqua gradient spot in the front to create the shimmer I used Perfect Pearls applied with a brush on the masked rectangle only.  I run this piece with an embossing folder on my sizzix to create the fun pattern I cut and adhere this piece to an aqua cardstock and then to a white card base.  I print and color the adorable penguin with markers.


This cute image has a neck piece to enhance it I adhere some gems for sparkle and shine.  I die cut the word hugs and I adhere everyhing in the center with white 3D foams.  I also added some sequins.


Isn´t she just to adorable... This image is one of my favorites from the shop!! I hope you like my card today and can be inspired!!!

Have a wonderful day!  HUGS



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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Beautiful Glitter Glaze/Brutus Monroe Hop

Hello Friends welcome back for another Wednesday Project...using Brutus Monroe Stamps and products, every Wednesday you can find a Blog Hop at the Brutus Monroe Blog featuring a product or technique of the week!  This week we  want to share with you an amazing product to add that glitter glaze you are looking for an amazing sparkle.  You just need all the beautiful glitter glaze colors believe me!!! Design team did an excellent job showing how to use this great product you can find at the Brutus Monroe Shop and you need in your stash!!!



CARD DETAILS:

I created two cards with this beautiful glitter glaze to show you how amazing it looks!! I did the exact same thing with both... I used Lunch Bag cardstock as a card base and the beautiful Berry Glitter Glaze with a stencil... Just that... and you get this beautiful sparkling look for your Christmas cards!!! I let it dry overnight and BAM!!! the next day the shine and sparkle are just beautiful I thing my photos don´t do justice to the card.


For the center of my card I wanted something fun and festive and all I could think of were the funny deers on the OH DEER Stamp set.  I used a gold thread to put a messy bun on the back of the deers and added some gold sequins to go along with the gold card base I used.  Aren´t they just so adorable looking?


Here is my second card.... this guy just makes me laugh all the time!!


I hope you like my cards today and can be inspired to add that glitter glaze your cards need!!   Hop along with the Team and check out their amazing creations using Glitter Glaze.

Brutus Monroe Supplies:
Oh, DeerGlitter Glaze - BerryLunch Bag - Cardstock-100lbs-Cover
Glitter Glaze Complete Collection - 12 Jars

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Chill out together/Heartcraft Paper Guest Designer

Hello Friends!!! I am so happy today to be sharing with you a project as a Guest Designer for Heartcraft Paper.  The sweet digital image I used to create this card is called Misty Ice Skating... check out all the Christmas digis at the Heartcraft Paper shop...


CARD DETAILS:

I wanted to create a snowing scene with this two sweet couple.  I used Stormy Sky Oxide ink for the backgrund I left the down part white and splash water.  I print and color the digital images with markers.  I adhere them to the card and also some snowflake sequins.  With a white gel pen I created snow for the background and I adhere this panel to a black card base.


I hope you like my card today and can be inspired... I am loving penguins lately and want to have them all!! what do you think? what is your favorite snow/christmas images?




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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Shrink Film Earings/ Brutus Monroe Blog Hop

Hello Friends welcome back for another Wednesday Project...using Brutus Monroe Stamps and products, every Wednesday you can find a Blog Hop at the Brutus Monroe Blog featuring a product or technique of the week!  This week we  want to share with you  projects using a very fun product!!! Shrink Film..... this was my first try with this product and I love it!!!   The Design team did an excellent job showing how to use this great product you can find at the Brutus Monroe Shop and you need to give a try!!!


PROJECT DETAILS:

To start with this project you will need to have some things in hand: Brutus Monroe Detail Ink, Stamp Set, Heat Gun, Shrink Film, hole punch, accesories to create your project, something to hold the shrink film while shrinking.  


First you need to stamp the image in the shrink film, because of the sleek surface of the shrink film you need to stamp once and leave it to air dry for a little.  After that you need to carefully cut around the image, If you have the coordinating die you can do that too.  if you are makin a charm or earings like me before shrinking the film you have to punch a hole in the center of the image to put the accesories through.


After that set your heat gun to be as hot as you can and hold the image with something (if not it will fly away) and start shrinking it with your heat gun...  At the beginning I thought I was doing something wrong but at the end it went well and the charm became flat.


Put the accesories and Wow you have new adorable accesories made with your favorite stamp sets!!  Hop along with us and check out the amazing projects from the team.



Have an amazing day!! I will because today it´s my Birthday!!


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