Sunday, July 16, 2017

July 16: Paper Sweeties July 2017 New Release Rewind!

Hello crafters!
Welcome back to the last day of the Paper Sweeties Release...

Here is a list of the new products...

I used some distress inks, picked raspberry and salted ocean, to watercolor the background than die cut the cardstock with the Rectangle Scallop Frames
I used the smallest frame and a sentiment from Kindness Matters stamp set.  I combined an older set, Let's Party. I colored the candy with some Copic Markers in shades RV10, R81, R85, BG000, BG11, BG15. I added some sequins you can find in the Sweeties Shop. The pattern paper is from My Mind's Eye, the doily is from Michaels.
I am adding this to Just Us Girls

Hop along with the design team for some inspiration

Saturday, July 15, 2017

July 15: Paper Sweeties July 2017 New Release Party!


Hello there!
Welcome back to the Paper Sweeties release...day 2

Here are the new products...


Today I am using the smallest of the Rectangle Scallop Frames Sweet Cuts, and part of one of the newest sentiments from Kindness Matters.
I paired it up with other previously released dies, Circle Scallop Frames and Square Scallop Frames. After I die cit the frames I inked them up with some soft shadow inks from Hero Arts, yellow, green, blossom and lilac. The sentiment die is Sweet Cuts Happy. I scattered some sequins you can find in the Sweeties Shop.

Hop along with the designers for some inspiration

See you back here tomorrow!

Michelle

Friday, July 14, 2017

July 14: Paper Sweeties July 2017 New Release Sneak Peeks!

Hello there Paper Sweeties fans!!!!
It's time for a new Paper Sweeties Release!!!

Debbie has designed one new stamp set and Sweet Cuts dies...

I inked up the background with some distress inks in picked raspberry and mustard seed. I die cut the rectangle scallop frame from white cardstock and added a border of Nuvo drops. 
I stamped the floral wreath and sentiment with black ink from Memento and colored the wreath with Copic Markers in shades G07, YG67, YR00, YR04, R32, R35, E25, W0, W1, W3, W4. I added some white accents with a gel pen and scattered some Sweeties sequins in creamsicle and peppermint!! The bird is from the previously released set, I Love Summer .

Next up, I created some treat bags...
I colored the wreaths with the same markers. I filled the glassine bags with some of my favorite gummy bears from The Paper Source...they are yummy!!!
The sentiment is from an older set, Handmade for You
I easily attached the wreathes to the bags with a twine bow and a mini clothespin over a strip of gold glitter tape....LOVE these!!!
Come hop along with the design team for some inspiration!!!

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Sending Happy Wishes

Hello there crafters!!!
Hope all is well!
I'm stopping by to share a card with you...
Most supplies are from Lawn Fawn, Fab Flowers and Fab Flowers dies, Happy, Happy, Happy, and plaid pattern paper, Perfectly Plaid. The scallop circle die is from Paper Sweeties, Sweet Cuts Circle Scallop Frames.

I used a whole bunch of inks from different manufacturers, Hero Arts: soft yellow, butter bar, soft blossom, pale tomato, soft green, soft leaf, soft lilac; WPlus9 blossomberry and lake house; Heidi Swapp teal. Black ink is Memento. 
For the finishing touches I added some sequins and Nuvo drops.

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Thanks for stopping by for a peek!!

Michelle


Saturday, July 8, 2017

Smile

Hello again!
This is my second post today.
I wanted to drop in and share another card with you...
I'm playing along with The Challenge...
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I completely love the inspiration photo!!!

I stamped my bouquet of flowers using Jane's Doodles, Bloom stamp set. I used black ink from Memento and colored them with Copic Markers. I used shades YG03, YG25, RV00, RV21, RV23, RV63, RV66, YR000, YR02, YR07, Colorless Blender. I added some white accents with agel pen.

I fussy cut the bouquet than die cut the sentiment with Lil' Inker's Smile word die . I cut the word several times to prop it up than added wink of stella for shimmer.

I die cut the edge with Lawn Fawn's puffy clouds die than adhered the panel to the white base. I scattered some sequins and Nuvo drops for a finishing touch.

I am also adding this to Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge

Thanks for peeking!!!

Michelle

You Are so Cool

Hello there!
Just stopping by to share a card with you...
I'm playing along with Lawn Fawnatics Challenge...
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The theme is summertime fun.
I used Lawn Fawn's Here's the Scoop stamps and coordinating dies, and Clear to See dies. I stamped the ice cream images with black ink from Memento and colored them with Copic Markers in shades E31, E34, E37, Y21, Y23, YR24, BG11, BG32, BG34, RV00, RV10 and R83. I added some white accents with a gel pen. 

I die cut the sunglasses with pink and black cardstock than added some glossy accents to the shades. I inked up the background with distress ink in mustard seed. I die cut the panel with Avery Elle's Wonky Stitches die. I scattered some sequins and Nuvo dots.
I am also playing along with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge...
Thanks for peeking!!!

Michelle

Friday, July 7, 2017

You Are Amazing

Hello there!
TGIF!!!!

Stopping by today to share a card with you...
I started off following the sketch from 
and the theme from CAS on Friday...flowers
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I used Flashy Florals stamps and dies from MY Favorite Things. I inked them up with inks from Color Box in shades rosebud, boysenberry, sailboat, ocean, clementine and royal blue. I added some white accents with agel pen.
I added a stitched scallop circle die from MFT as a frame behind the flowers. For the sentiment I used two manufactures, Lawn Fawn, here's the scoop and Verve, amazing ajectives dies. I inked up the die cut sentiment with ocean ink and added some wink of stella for shimmer. I added a stip of pattern paper from My Mind's Eye and scattered some Nuvo drops in white.
I am also adding this to 
Tic Tac Toe Challenge... circle, die cut, pink

Thanks for stopping by for a peek!

Enjoy the weekend!!!

Michelle