Thursday, July 27, 2017

Happy Birthday To You!!!! :)

  
 
 Hi My Friendly Bloggers!
 This is Cindy from Cindy's Scraptastic Designs,  It's my day to post over
 at 
Stamp Anniething!!! 
 I made a birthday theme card to have on hand... I always seem to run out of them!!!!
I used Stamp AnnieThing! the set Lorelei Its Your Day for the girl, the
Vanessa Cheese (for the flowers) and from Jaded Blossom I used Rectangle Dies 1 for the bottom layer, the Banner Dies for the banners, the Birthday Dies for the gift, the
Mini Tag Dies 2 for the banner that has my sentiment from the set Music to my Ears, the
Hope you like my card for today!!! :)
 


  Supplies I Used for my Card:
Vanessa Cheese (for the flowers)
 
Thank you for stopping by and have a GREAT Week!!!! :)
 

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Howdy Partner

Howdy, partners!

Today I have a really fun card to share featuring Savannah-Howdy Partner. Check it out-





I used some cool patterned paper and some Copic coloring to put this card together. The deep reds along with the neutrals really seemed to work with this rootin' tootin' gal.

Thanks for stopping by,
Kevin

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

You're Sweet- Watermelon

Hi everyone! This is GiGi from The Cricut Bug and I have a fun card to share. 
I used the Dorothy-Have a Sweet Day stamp set for my card.




I started this card with a standard A2 card base and added the background mats cut in strips.
I stamped and colored Dorothy with Copic markers, adding her on pop dots to a Stitched Circle Die.
To finish, I stamped the sentiment and added a cloud border cut with the Spring Dies 2.

I hope you all liked my card for today and thanks for visiting!
GiGi

Monday, July 24, 2017

Congratultions - Eloise & Tommy Get Married

Hello Friends! Stephen here from Stampin' Steve. I am popping in today to share a wedding card I made using Eloise - Congratulations as well as Tommy - Way To Go. I wanted to  create a clean and simple shaker card that showcases both these super cute images. I started with a A2 sized card front and adhered a diagonal stripped pattern paper to the left hand side. I then Die cut out the window using the Stitched Dome Frames from MFT. I used the same die and cut out another frame but this time out a white glitter paper. I adhered a piece of clear acetate on the backside of the card front and then glued the glitter frame I cut out on the front. I popped my card front up with a double layer of foam tape onto another piece of card stock that I ink blended some Victorian Velvet Distress Ink on. I filled the card with a bunch of coordinating sequins, prills, and beads. 
I coloured Eloise and Tommy with my Copic markers and then adhered them to my card front. I stamped the sentiment that came with Eloise on a a thin piece of paper that I cut into a banner shape. To finish off my card, I added some Nuvo drops around then sentient in the colour Silver Linings. 
I hope you like my card creation!


Until next time - Stephen

Friday, July 21, 2017

Hello

Hello friends:)Eunji here.Today is my first posting day.I am so exciting.I made the hawaiian girl card for you using our new Coconut Drink stamp set.It is so cute stamp set.I started stamping a girl image stamp on maker paper with Distress ink called Tattered Rose.And colored using Copic Sketch maker and I added more detail using color pencil.I drew a dot on girl eyes using pigment white pen.Then fussy cut leaving thin white border.Next I drew a background using a watercolor paint on 4*6 inch size watercolor paper.The hawaiian girl image paper piece adhered to the card panel with foam tape.Lastly wrote a sentiment using watercolor paint.

I hope you enjoyed today’s summer card.Thank you for stopping by and see you soon.


Thursday, July 20, 2017

Congratulations!!

Hi there, Nicole here today to share a card I recently created.  I made this one specifically for a bridal shower I was attending using the Eloise Congratulations stamp.


I used the flower image from the stamp set and embossed it with clear embossing powder to create my background paper for the top portion of my card.  I addded some sparkle to the flowers using my Spectrum Noir clear sparkle pen.


The sentiment is also from the same stamp set.  Thanks so much for stopping by today!!



Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Stamping On A Box

Hello everyone, it's Ellen here. This is my first personal SAT blog post (woop woop), so here we go. Today I want to show you how to get a stamp from one side to the other side of a box. For this project you need a misti tool or something like that and of course a StampAnniething Stamp. I'm useing Violet Sweet As Can Be.



1. First stamp your stamp and remember to cover all fold lines with post it notes.
2. Then put your transparency on the exact spot of your stamp (I'm talking about the transparency from the stamp packaging with the print on) and use the magnet to put it down.
3. After step two we put the post it notes on the transparency, again where the image stops/fold lines are. After that you can also put everything aside.


4. Turn your box on the side you want the image go further. Put the transparency with the post it notes on it. Match the post it notes perfectly with the sides of your box.
5. Match your stamp with the transparency and place it on the "top flap" of your Misti tool.
6. Take the transparency away and stamp on.

This is how it looks when you put the box together.


Of course the box also needs a perfect sentiment.



I really like the final result. Hopefully you thought it was interesting to read. See you at the next release!