Sunday, July 31, 2022

Splendid Day Specialty Paper for Share It Sunday Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to my blog. Today I'm hopping with a talented group of demonstrators from around the world. The card I'm sharing with you is one my customers will make at my In-Person class August 18th. I'm going to share some pictures with you then provide a link for you to download a free tutorial.

As you can see from the picture below, I used lots of foils! Yes, I love foil paper! This is the lovely Splendid Day 12" x 12" Specialty Paper. I also used the glimmer paper to cut a frame from the Fancy Frames dies. The card is made in the easel style.

From this view you can see that the rose gold foil has been embossed with the Elegant Eucalyptus Embossing Folder.

I would love for you to duplicate my card. Below is a box to click on for a free tutorial. Links to all supplies are at the end of my post.
Please take a minute to enjoy the projects made by the other demonstrators participating in this hop. Just click on the Next button or on the name below mine.

Thanks for hopping by!

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Thursday, July 28, 2022

Rustic Harvest Designer Series Paper card for the Ink and Inspiration Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to my blog! Today I'm participating in the Ink & Inspiration Blog Hop. You are currently visiting Robbie Susan Chandler from the United States. Our assignment was to draw inspiration from the picture or colors in the picture below. I decided to go with the yellows and burgandy/reds in the colors and emphasize Daffodil Delight and Merry Merlot. This is also a card my customers will make at my in-person classes in September.

I started with an 11" x 4 1/4" Mossy Meadow base. The next layer is from the Rustic Harvest Designer Series Paper pack and was cut to 4" x 5 3/8".

The flowers are also a 3" x 5 1/4" piece from the same paper pack. I cut it into 1" strips and adhered it to right side of the front, spacing it evenly.

Since I had the space left on the lefts side, I decided to cut one of the Delicate Edges dies out of Merry Melot and adhered it to that side.

The butterfly and sentiment were both dies from the Designer Tags die set. I stamped the sentiment in Merry Merlot on Daffodil Delight.

I hope the card you've seen here on my blog today has inspired you & brightened your day. Supplies to make this card, along with links to my store, are listed below the blog hop list.

You are currently visiting Robbie Susan Chandler. Please see the list below & hop through all of the people on the list to see all our projects. You don't want to miss any!

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Monday, July 4, 2022

Lovely and Lasting Emboss Resist for Kylie Bertucci's Monthly International Blog Highlights

Hello and welcome to my blog. I've made this beautiful card for Kylie's International Blog Highlights. This means I'm asking you to vote for my card so I can participate in her Top 10 Blog Hop! CLICK HERE TO VOTE! Look for entry #9. Just click on the heart in the upper right-hand corner. It will turn red when you have voted.

The card I am sharing with you today is one I'll be teaching in my In-Person classes next week. It's an emboss resist card using the Lovely and Lasting stamp set and Gorgeous Grape and Soft Succulent inks. All the instructions are included in a free tutorial. There is a box below for you to click on to download the tutorial.

Emboss resist technique involves stamping images in VersaMark and heating white or clear embossing powder over the images. I have used white embossing powder. 

After heat setting your images, you then brush/blend the colors of your choice all over the cardstock. To make you images pop through the ink, wipe your cardstock with a paper towel to remove the extra ink. This is where the resist part comes in as the white embossing powder will resist taking on the ink and it will wipe right off, revealing your white image. It's like magic!!!
The beautiful Scalloped Contours dies were used to cut the image out. Soft Succulent Woven Ribbon was added at the bottom. I love this ribbon and all the other colors it comes in!

Click on the box below to download your free tutorial. I have provided links below to the supplies used to make this card. 

I hope you like my card and will take a minute to vote here for my card. Just click on the heart in the upper right-hand corner. Thank you so much!

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