There is a New Release available over at Simon Says Stamp HERE— It’s called Celebrate You! I used the new Confetti Stencil.
Confetti/sprinkles and me are tight!! I just love the rainbowness (yes, that’s a word now 😉 ), so I ran with that for this card. 🙂
For these cards, I used Distress Oxide inks and brushes to blend the inks on. I also added some wonky stitching and some clear Nuvo drops. The sentiment is from The Stamp Market and unfortunately is not available anymore. But I think this Stamp Market sentiment set would definitely do the trick: Double Take or this NEW Alpha set is one I think would be super fun to use Skinny Upper Alphabet. ♥️
Thanks to Simon Says Stamp for having me along to celebrate this fun NEW release! Can’t wait to see all the other fun new stuff!
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There is a New Release available over at Simon Says Stamp HERE. It’s called Blossoms & Butterflies! I used the new Mesh Stencil.
I love stencils because you can do so much free wheeling with them! 🙂
For these cards, I also used SSS sentiments and dies: You’re Doing Awesome die, Love Messages, and Loving Heart. I blended a few different Distress Oxide inks on each card after masking off and area.
I call this photo series, my urban series–ha!! I made these late last night and had to photo on my commute to work this morning :). Figured I’d make hay! I did get some odd looks 😉.
This card, I stitched in the white rows of the stencil. It’s very difficult to see in this photo though. I masked this sentiment to just use the first part–I thought this sentiment was fun and different to use for a fellow volunteer friend. ♥️
Thanks to Simon Says Stamp for having me along to celebrate their latest release! Can’t wait to see all the other new goodies!
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I’m popping in today to share the fun NEW RELEASE from Ellen Hutson! So. Many. Cool. Letters! (and lovely flowers!)Gah! I love clean fonts and this release is chock full! Check out this card I made with this fun new set called ESSENTIALS BY ELLEN DESIGNER DIES, Block Words by Julie Ebersole. Julie’s fantastic strikes again! You all have been warned! 🙂
Gah! So fun and easy to use these new little words! I just die cut them and then used some Press N Seal wrap to hold the letters in their places while I added a dab of glue to the back of them. Then when you adhere them down, the spacing is all correct and they are ready to roll!!
I used Candied Apple and Worn Lipstick colored Distress Oxide ink pads to blend on inks over the super awesome Altenew Stencil called Cube Builder. I also used Mustard Seed Distress Ink. 🙂 My geometric loving self has been wanting this stencil since I first laid eyes on it. I mean, how cool is that?! 🙂
I then had to make another personalized card and the new Classic Block Alpha by Julie Ebersole set makes quick work of that! Such a great blocky/bold font. ❤ ! I combined these letters with the small gingham backdrop from the NEW Plaid Maker stamp set. (<–Fun set! I have three plaids on my desk waiting to be cards! 🙂
To polish it off, I added a few Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear confetti bits , some stitching and some scoring! Voila!
So fun! Looking forward to giving this card to a teacher soon! 🙂
Be sure to check out all the fun new products released today over at Ellen Hutson HERE! Have a great Sunday!
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Take care– Jill 🙂
Hola! I ❤ this sentiment from Neat and Tangled! 🙂
I used Neat and Tangled’s stamp set Good Vibes and their stencil Scoops, blending on Distress Inks. I then sprayed it with water to get a little movement, but apparently it wasn’t having it! Haaaa!
I wanted to get in on this month’s Little Tangles Challenge: Color Combo Challenge! Plenty of time for you to join in too! How awesome and tasty is this image below?!Yum! Happy Summer indeed!
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Happy Wednesday! I’m popping in today to share a card I whipped up with some Neat and Tangled goodies! 🙂
For this, I used Distress Oxide inks. I was trying to avoid them, but after trying a friend’s ink, well, here I am! (They blend like butta’!) A shout out to my crafty friends for helping me acquire them #troublemakers 😉 🙂
Originally, I had this “Awesome” die cut all white, and I was done! As I got up from my desk to go sleep, I instead grabbed my sponge and rubbed on some Worn Lipstick Oxide ink across the top. Then, I was really going to bed. Nope, grabbed the Wink of Stella to add some glimmer, and topped it off with Glossy Accents. It was WAY late at night! Luckily, I didn’t ruin the card…I think I made it better! Phew! 😉 In the fog, I forgot to stitch the panel, but I’ll still call this a win! 🙂
I was so excited to receive this N & T stencil, Geometric Blooms, designed by my crazy talented friend, Miriam. I also used Neat & Tangled’s Awesome die! This stencil is fantastic, and the possibilities are endless!! 🙂 I lucked into these great sequins from N & T too, Pink Lemonade Sequin Mix. Yum!
Squeaking this in for this month’s Little Tangles Challenge: Stencil! Wish I had could make a couple more entries, but tick-tock!
I was fortunate to win this stencil & sequins from a Neat & Tangled giveaway on Instagram! Super fun! Thank you, Neat and Tangled! ❤
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Popping in super quick today to share a little (Lawn Fawn) love!
I used Lawn Fawn’s little Octopi My Heart set. Awwwww! ❤
Such little cuties! I colored these with Copic markers (after stamping on the wrong card stock again *smacks forehead*). After that, I added a little Wink of Stella, which never shows in the photograph. I then finished it off with some googley eyes, of course! 😉
The watercolored circle die is from My Favorite Things and the background stencil (rubbed with Distress Ink & white pigment ink) is from Studio Calico! 🙂
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MFT Sketch Challenge #259 starts on the My Favorite Things Challenge & Inspiration Blog today! Take a break from the holiday craze and join us! Only a couple left after this one for 2015!
This week’s sketch:Here is my take this week:
Poof! I find this a refreshing take on the Christmas cards. Do you? When I finished this card, I thought, Dang, I think Erin has rubbed off on me! Something about its overall feel reminds me of Erin’s fabulously bold style. 🙂
I originally had the three leafy greens exactly like the sketch has them. It looked awkward, so I took those three sketch elements and bundled them. I love to see when people follow Sketches tightly. (Check out Miriam‘s because she’s really good like that). I sometimes (ok, often) end up tweeking a few things on my cards. 😉
I didn’t get to making another Sketch card, but I did make this fun guy:
I tried soooooooooo long to resist ordering this set, because I felt pretty good about my collection of Christmas stamps. But, I’m weak. This one particular Santa made me order it. Plus, I did not have any Santa stamps. So obviously, it’s justifiable. 😉 😉I clear embossed his outline and then used watercolors to give him color! Too fun! 🙂
My Happy Holidays card is made with the following supplies at My Favorite Things:
My Santa card is made with the following supplies at My Favorite Things:
Tuesdays on the MFT Challenge and Inspiration blog are filled with great inspiration too!
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