Posts Tagged ‘clear stamp’

PostDateIcon September 19th, 2010 | No Comments

Good evening! How is everyone? I’m doing great even though it’s gloomy and pouring out. I’m not ready for this weather yet. But it does make for a perfect crafting day. Today’s card was made for a challenge at Paper Playtime. It’s a fun challenge blog and I recommend checking it out. Janis is very sweet and has lots of inspiration on her blog.

This weeks challenge was to create a project with shoes or showing variety. This was the perfect opportunity for me to use my Summer in Paris cart. I cut the high heel at 3 inches using iridescent white vellum paper. (I’m loving vellum after making my Vellum Tea Light Toppers!) Then I stamped the card base using the Close to my Heart, Be Yourself stamp set. Lastly I added pink rhinestones to the high heel and corned rounded the bottom edges of the card base. I used Creative Memories vellum adhesive to adhere the high heel to the card base.

Thanks so much for stopping by! If you participated in the Fall Blog Hop yesterday the winner will be announced Monday morning! So be sure to come back and see if you are the Blog Candy winner!!!

Perfect card to give to a best friend!

I love how vellum lets the words underneath show through.

PostDateIcon July 28th, 2010 | No Comments

Tonight’s card is another Christmas card. I joined in the challenges over at CardzTv and Drunken Stampers. CardTv asked us make a card with a Christmas tree on it and Drunken Stampers asked for a Christmas card. This is what I came up with.

The swirl stamp is from Autumn Leaves, the tree is a Cuttlebug die and the gems are from Joann’s. I dusted gold perfect pearls over the tree and the edge of the card front. Then I finished the card by tying a bow on the tree trunk.

Thank you for taking the time to come to my blog! Have a wonderful evening! And don’t forget to check out the challenges above!

Love bling on a Christmas Tree!

Embossed swirls and Perfect Pearls!

PostDateIcon January 15th, 2010 | No Comments

Here’s my Hot Stuff Dino card!!

Getting the heart to cut like that was an accident. Because I put the patterned paper on the Cricut cutting mat the wrong way. But it gave the heart a fun look so I had to use it! 🙂 The paper already had scallop edges. But you could easily duplicate this look by cutting part the heart with a scallop scissor or using a scallop punch.

This Valentine card was made using the following products:

Large heart was cut using the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge Large heart patterned paper – Target Dollar Bin, 5 x7 paper Dino stamp – Inkadinkado Dino was colored using watercolor pencils Sentiment (I’m Yours, Be My Valentine) – Inkadinkado Ribbon – Martha Stewart Small heart punch – Marvy Uchida Iridescent Ice embossing powder – On wings & around heart Clear Embossing powder – On small heart in Dino’s hands Faux stitching – White Gelly Roll pen.

Card Front - Hot Stuff Dino

Hot Stuff Dino!

Close up of clear embossing.

I'm Yours sentiment is from Inkadinkado

Be My Valentine sentiment is from Inkadinkado

To watch the Hot Stuff Card video follow this link,

PostDateIcon January 1st, 2010 | No Comments

Hi, today I would like to share my handmade gift tags and a Reindeer treat bag topper. I also posted a video below the pictures.

I cut the Christmas gift tags using my Cricut and the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge. The Reindeer treat bag topper was an idea that I saw online by multiple people. I cut the top note shape on my Circut using Accent Essentials. The eyes and nose were punched using my Creative Memories circle punches. I free handed the antlers and ears. I used UTEE on the red nose and embossed the antlers with the D’vine Swirls cuttlebug folder. I inked inside the ears with pink pigment ink, then around the antlers and top note with brown pigment ink and tea dye distress ink. Lastly I added faux stitching around the top note.

I used my topper’s to top treat bags filled with doggy treats for the pets of my family and friends. I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas!!

Christmas Gift Tags

Tags sprayed with homemade Perfect Pearls Mist.

Reindeer Treat Bag Topper

Closeup of Reindeer

Antlers embossed with Cuttlebug folder D'Vine Swirls

PostDateIcon December 20th, 2009 | No Comments

If your in need of a quick card, here’s 3 that are simple to make.

The Santa card I had seen on a blog and decided to change it just a bit. I added Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel to the belt. Used my Cropadile to punch 3 holes in it. I cut out the belt buckle in gold paper. The Santa is a stamp from Studio g. I colored him with watercolor pencils and matted the image on black cardstock. I just now realize I should of made the white parts of Santa’s outfit and his beard sparkly with iridescent ice. I think that would look really cute.

Yes, more Tree cards. They are just so cute and easy! The Tree cards are cut on the Cricut using Paper Doll Dress Up. I used gems and buttons to decorate them. The star is embossed twice with gold embossing powder. The tree is popped up using pop-dots. The blue cardstock is embossed with the Swiss Dots Cuttlebug folder.

Santa Belt Card

Image is colored with watercolor pencils. Stamp, Studio g.

Belt is embossed with clear UTEE.

Since they were so cute and easy, I made two.

2 Little Christmas Trees

Decorating the trees with gems & buttons is not only cute its afforadable too.

Hope you enjoyed these cards. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Happy Holidays.

PostDateIcon December 19th, 2009 | No Comments

These Christmas mini cards were so much fun to make. I hope you enjoy the video and get inspired to make some too!

Products: Imaginisce clear stamps – snowman, polar bear, & cup of cocoa Recollections – Christmas ornaments Making memories – Large numbers 2 & 5 Christmas Tree – Sassafras Lass, Life at the Pole (Embossed with UTEE) Chihuahua – Inkadinkado


Sweet Polar Bear from Imaginisce

Ornament stamp, Recollections

Tree stamp, Sassafras Lass. Embossed with UTEE

Hot Cocoa stamp, Imaginisce. Sentiment, Studio g

Chihuahua stamp, Inkadinkado

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