Thursday, October 15, 2020

Fall layered card featuring the image "Spooky, Rugglesworth & Pi" by Createfulheart Designs

Hello! Welcome to my Blog. Today I am sharing a layered card featuring the super cute 

"Spooky, Rugglesworth & Pi" Digital Stamp for the Createful Heart Design Team.



I created this 5" x 7" card by following these steps:

 1. Printed the image using my inkjet printer.

2. Colored the image with Ohuhu Alcohol Markers.

3. Trimmed the image to a square 3.25" wide x 3.5" high.

4. Selected orange cardstock and embossed it with the Tim Holtz Bohemian Botanicals 3D embossing folder (size 4” wide x 5.25” high). I layered the colored image on top. 

5. Selected a piece of plaid patterned paper and trimmed it to size 4.25" wide x 5.5" wide and layered it behind the embossed layer. 

6. Selected a piece of yellow cardstock and trimmed it to size 4.75" wide x 6.75" high. I embossed it with a woodgrain embossing folder. I layered this behind the other three layers and I adhered all of them to a 5" x 7" craft cardstock card base. 

7. Embellished with two die cut maple leaves the bottom left and right corners of the orange layer. I also found a banner sentiment "Happy Fall Y'all" in my stash and stamped it with Versafine Claire Pinecone ink. I fussy cut this and adhered it to the top of the image. 

The owners of Createful Heart Design, Mary, and her husband Mark draw all the digital stamps by hand and Mary designs the digital papers on her computer. It is exciting to be a part of this design team and I hope that you will check out their online store. Here is a link to the online shop:

https://createful-heart-design.zibbet.com/shop

Our Blog Challenges run from the 15th of the month through the 13th of the following month. The Blog Challenge website is: http://createfulheartcards.blogspot.com/  The theme is always Anything Goes

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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Heaven's Gate by Blue Knight Rubber Stamps

Hello. Welcome to my Blog. Today I have three cards that I created with the Heaven's Gate Stamp from Blue Knight Rubber stamps. The first card holds very special meaning to me. I will explain below.

I have a YouTube Video demonstrating how 
I made my first card with the Rainbow Clouds:

I read several books written by Christians who have had near death experiences (have died but were revived and could describe their visit to heaven). Many people described that in Heaven there are so many beautiful colors, ones we have never seen before. This is what inspired me to make the clouds in a rainbow of colors. I know my sister Kris is in heaven and not only is she painting with all the colors she sometimes paints me a beautiful sunset at night. I couldn't help but to think of her when I used this stamp. Kris passed away on 3/20/2016 at the age of 47. She loved painting and was also becoming a card maker. When she passed away unexpectedly all of her card making supplies were given to me. I didn't know anything about card making at the time but I knew how important it was to Kris. Several family members wanted to sell all of her card making supplies at a garage sale, but I could not bear to see the things that meant so much to my sister be sold. So I said I would take these things to my house, although I did not have the room for so many boxes and totes.

My sister had things I had never heard of (embossing powders? die cutting machine? stamp positioning platform?). At first it was far too painful to play with her toys, but bit by bit (and leaning on my faith in the Lord) I started to pull some things out of her stash and used them in my crafting projects. I didn't start my card making journey until a full year after Kris passed away. It was around the one year anniversary of her death that I stumbled upon a YouTuber who was a card maker. I found this You Tuber because of a crafting video, not a card video. But I checked out her other videos and discovered she had videos that explained how to use all of Kris's wonderful tools. I fully embraced her hobby and now when I am creating cards I feel close to Kris. She is my crafting angel. I miss her everyday because she was not only my sister, she was my closest friend.

Now about the card -To create this card, I used PanPastels in a rainbow of colors and the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Cloud Stencil. I used makeup blending brushes to create the clouds. I then stamped the image in my stamp position tool using archival ink. I used a piece of acetate to help me line up the sentiment "Welcome Home," which I stamped between the gates. I then used the acetate to line up the second sentiment "Well Done My Good and Faithful Servant." Using a stamp positioning tool, I was able to arch the "Well Done" sentiment above the doors of the gates.  If you do not want to use rainbow colors for your clouds, you could use blue for your clouds, or orange and yellow (sunset colors).

To finish the card I sprayed it with hairspray. This helps to seal the PanPastels and prevents smudging. You can also use Krylon Sealant. I used holographic silver foil paper to mat the background behind the card and adhered the card to an A2 sized top folding white card base. My card panel and base were created on Accent Opaque 110 lbs. paper. 

It so easy to create stunning backgrounds with PanPastels. Blue Knight Rubber Stamps offers two different sets of perfectly complimentary PanPastel Palettes. Sunrise and Sunset offers seven colors such as red, orange and yellow. Day and Night also has seven colors of PanPastels including blue, violet and green. They come with blending sponges that can be used to apply the PanPastels to paper. I used these two PanPastel Palettes in making Card #1.  

Card #2


For card #2, I used three separate Blue Knight Rubber Stamps sets: Heaven's Gate, Misty Mountains and Hot Air Balloon. First I stamped Heaven's Gate on Accent Opaque 100 lbs. card stock using alcohol marker friendly black ink. I created a mask with masking paper and covered the image with the masking paper. I then stamped with Misty Mountains. Finally, I picked three balloons from the Hot Air Balloon stamp set and stamped them in the clouds. I colored the entire scene with alcohol markers. I used a piece of light blue foil as a mat behind the panel and then I adhered the panel to an A2 card base.  I really like how this card was so easy to create and color. I like the three dimensional look that the open gates create. It really does look like the gates open to ocean! 

Card #3

For Card #3, I stamped the image and sentiments with embossing ink. I used my stamp positioning tool to stamp onto navy blue card stock. I then used white embossing powder and heat embossed the stamped image and the sentiments. I glued the card panel onto a piece of silver holographic foil paper and adhered the panel to a white A2 card base. For my card base I used Accent Opaque 110 lbs. paper. Using the white embossing powder to create this card makes the gates look like The Pearly Gates. 

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You can find each of today's featured stamps HERE, at the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps web store.

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Friday, September 25, 2020

Crafty Collab - Fall and Sequins

      












 

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Hello.  Thank you for visiting my blog today.  I am part of the Monthly Themed Hop Group. Each month we use up supplies that we have "squirreled away."  The theme this month is Halloween/Fall and Sequins. I decided to use a stamp set from 2014 by Stampendous called "Cling PenPattern Leaves Set."  I created a video on my YouTube channel that shows how I made these cards:
Here's the stamp set I found in my stash called PenPattern Leaves.
Look at the gorgeous patterns in these leaves:

To create the first card panel, I used distress oxide inks. I used my makeup blending brush from the dollar tree to blend circles with these colors: Spiced Marmalade, Mustard Seed, Fossilized Amber, Candied Apple, Aged Mahogany, Vintage Photo and Twisted Citron.


As I was cleaning up the ink on my Tim Holtz Glass Media mat, I decided I would spray a little bit of water with my distress sprayer and ink smoosh another card panel onto the ink that was left behind to create a second background. I was pleased with how this panel looked and probably like this background more than the ink blended background.  
Here's a photo of me creating the ink smooshed card panel: 


Next, I started with the panel that was Ink smooshed. Making sure the panel was 100% dry (I used my heat tool). I then used my antistatic bag to dust the panels. I then placed the panel inside my MISTI stamp positioning tool and stamped the leaves using embossing ink. I heat embossed the leaves with gold embossing powder. I repeated the same process with the panel that was ink blended. 

To finish the cards, I ink blended Fossilized Amber Distress Oxide ink onto a piece of white scrap paper, creating custom colored paper. I dried that ink blended paper with my heat tool. I pulled a sentiment from another stamp set, and stamped it twice onto the custom colored paper (once for each card). I used the same gold embossing powder on the sentiments. I used my corner rounder on the sentiment squares and popped the sentiments up with foam dots. 

Using glossy accent as my glue, I added three orange sequins to the card panels. I then adhered the card panels onto A2 sized, top folding, landscape orientation, brown card bases. 

Here's the card with the ink blended panel:

And here is the card with the ink smooshed background:

Some close up photos of the cards (which one is your favorite?):



There are lots of creators participating in this hop. 
Please make sure to check out all the stops in the hop. 
Next up is Virginia:

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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Silhouette Moose Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Design Team

Hello. Today I have three cards that I created with the Silhouette Moose Stamp from Blue Knight Rubber stamps.
I have a YouTube Video demonstrating how I made my cards:
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My first card features two of the new stamps released from Blue Knight. This card was created with both the Silhouette Moose and the Cattails stamp. This is a perfect all occasion card, but it makes a great masculine card. I look forward to making many more of these with different colors of PanPastel shading for the background. 
Here's how I made this card:
1. I created my background with PanPastels (Colors: Yellow, Orange, Red and Magenta).
2. Using my MISTI, I stamped the Cattails stamp with Catherine Pooler Midnight Archival Ink
3. I removed the Cattails stamp from my MISTI and stamped the medium moose from the Silhouette Moose Stamp set using the same ink. Taking care to make sure his feet are grounded and he is not floating above the silhouette ground. 
4.  I placed the image in my splat box and sprayed it with hairspray to seal the PanPastels
5. I trimmed the panel to fit on top of a white A2 Card Panel. 

My second card is a Christmas Card. I combined the Silhouette Moose with the "Merry Christmas" Sentiment from the Winter Cardinals Stamp set. 
Here's how I made this card:
1 Using my MISTI, I stamped the medium moose from the Silhouette Moose Stamp set using Versafine Claire Nocturne Black ink onto a piece of white, 110 lb. cardstock.
2. Using my Brother ScanNCut, I cut the moose out.
3. I stamped the moose with embossing ink. I applied gold embossing powder. I melted the embossing powder with my heat gun.
4. I stamped the sentiment with embossing ink onto black cardstock. I covered the sentiment with gold embossing powder. I melted the embossing powder with my heat gun. I used my guillotine trimmer to trim down the sentiment. 
5. Using a circle die, I cut a circle with black card stock. I adhered the moose to the center of the circle. 
6. The buffalo plaid patterned paper was from a 6x6 pad of pattern paper from my stash. The buffalo plaid is red and white with red glitter. I placed this panel onto a piece of black cardstock mat paper and then adhered it to a white A2 card base. 


My final card again uses the medium moose. This time, I stamped the moose onto a piece of paper that features a beautiful winter scene  
How I made this card: 
1. I trimmed the winter scene paper down to 4 x 5.25 and used Versafine Claire Nocturne Ink to stamp the medium moose onto the winter paper. 
2. I used piece of holographic silver foil cardstock as a mat. I adhered the panels together and then affixed them onto a top folding portrait orientation A2 size cardbase. 

You can find each of today's featured stamps HERE https://blueknightrubberstamps.com at the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps web store.  And... don't forget to join us at the Fan Group and YouTube Channel: Fans of Blue Knight Rubber Stamps : https://www.facebook.com/groups/29747... and the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps YouTube Channel is HERE  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOlr...

Thank you for stopping by my blog today. Have a hopeful day!

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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Owl, Pumpkin and Mouse - Hoot and Squeak Createful Heart Design

Hello! Welcome to my Blog.

 Today I am sharing a layered card featuring the super cute " Hoot and Squeak" Digital Stamp from Createful Heart Designs:   https://marketplace.zibbet.com/createful-heart-design/hoot-n-squeak-digital-image

This is my One Year Anniversary as a member of the Design Team for Createful Heart Design, a digital stamp and digital paper company and the Createful Heart Design Challenge Blog. 


  I created this card by following these steps:

 1. Printed the image using my inkjet printer.

2. Colored the image with Ohuhu Alcohol Markers.

3. Used a circle die to die cut the image.

4. Selected Leaf Pattern Paper to layer beneath the colored image. Layered that on top of an orange mat and brown card base (size 5.5” x 5.5”)

5. Embellished with four yellow leaves in each of the four corners of the card. 

 The owners of Createful Heart Design, Mary, and her husband Mark draw all the digital stamps by hand and Mary designs the digital papers on her computer. It is exciting to be a part of this design team and I hope that you will check out their online store. Here is a link to the online shop:

https://createful-heart-design.zibbet.com/shop

Our Blog Challenges run from the 15th of the month through the 13th of the following month. The Blog Challenge website is: http://createfulheartcards.blogspot.com/  The theme is always Anything Goes

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Thank you for visiting my blog today!  Have a hopeful day!

Thursday, September 10, 2020

Hippo Hooray - Miss Ink Stamps - Not 2 Shabby Design Team

Hello and welcome to my blog. Today I have a card for the Not 2 Shabby Design Team featuring the adorable Miss Ink Stamps "Hippo Hooray" Stamp set. 
 



To create this card, I stamped the images using Brutus Monroe Raven Detail Ink. My paper was Accent 110 lb.  I colored the images using Ohuhu alcohol markers. I used my Brother Scan N Cut to cut the images out. I then adhered the cut out images onto a piece of pattern paper using Glossy Accents as my glue. I used a piece of vellum and cut a wave border across the top to represent water. These hippos are wading in the water. The sentiment was heat embossed with Brutus Monroe Raven embossing powder.  The finishing touch was the Stickles in Sea Glass color that I used along the top of the vellum.



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Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Adding "Rain" to your Card - Blue Knight Rubber Stamps

Hello and Welcome to my Blog! I am so excited today to be back again with another beautiful stamp from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps. I made two cards from the "Take Shelter" stamp set. This is a brand new stamp set that is part of the September 2020 release.  


I created a video on my You Tube Channel that details how I made the card:



To create this card, I followed these steps:

1. Cut a piece of Bristol Smooth paper to size 4" x 5.25" 

2. Using the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Cloud Stencil, and gray Pastels, I created the cloud background. I used Paynes Gray, Neutral Gray and Neutral Gray tint. 

3. Using the rolling hills on the cloud stencil, and black PanPastels, I created a little hill for the image to be stamped upon (grounding the image).

4. Using my stamp positioning tool, I stamped the image with Versafine Claire Nocturne Ink. I re-stamped the image a few times to get the desired depth of color. 

5. I used Nuvo Crystal Glaze to create the rain on card panel. I did this by making flicking motions at an angle. Using Krylon Mat sealant, I sprayed the panel to seal in the the PanPastels. 

6. I finished the card by rounding the top corners with my corner rounded. I then adhered the panel at a black mat and a white card base with Art Glitter Glue.

My second card, features a combination of two Blue Knight Rubber Stamps, both the Take Shelter Stamp and the Covered Bridge Stamp.


To create this card, I used my stamp positioning tool to stamp the smaller of the two silhouettes in the Take Shelter stamp set on to piece of 4.25" x 5.5" Neenah Solar White 100 lb card stock. I stamped the same image onto a piece of masking paper and fussy cut the imagine.  I covered the image on my card stock with the masking paper image and then stamped the Covered Bridge stamp with Brutus Monroe Raven Detail Ink. This ink is alcohol marker friendly.  I left my stamp in the stamp positioning tool so that I could double stamp the Take Shelter image at the end of my process. I colored the Covered Bridge Stamped Image with alcohol markers, then returned my card panel to my stamp positioning tool when I stamped it again, using Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink to get a dark impression. I then trimmed .25" off all four sides of the panel and matted the panel onto a piece of red card stock then adhered the finished project to a white A2 card base. 

You can find each of today's featured stamps HERE https://blueknightrubberstamps.com at the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps web store.  And... don't forget to join us at the Fan Group and YouTube Channel: Fans of Blue Knight Rubber Stamps : https://www.facebook.com/groups/29747... and the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps YouTube Channel is HERE  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOlr...

Thank you for stopping by my blog today. Have a hopeful day!

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Saturday, September 5, 2020

Fancy Fold Card - Crafter's Castle Design Team

 Hello. Welcome to my blog. Today I have an exciting project for the Crafter's Castle Design Team http://crafterscastle.blogspot.com/using the digital kit from TaylorMadeCards4u.com   You will see the kit on Crafter’s Castle challenge blog. You will also find a discount code there for 20% off your digital order from Taylormadecards4u!

I created a video on my You Tube Channel describing how I made this project:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-92azLSqjE


The sponsor is Taylormadecards4u and you can visit her shop here https://www.taylormadecards4u.com/

Products used in today’s project: Return To Sender digital kit https://www.taylormadecards4u.com/product-page/return-to-sender-digital-kit

The card I made reminds me of stack of envelopes from the mail tied with a piece of string

The photo above shows how the card unfolds. 

This is one of the cards from the kit. I used it inside the card base.

For more inspiration visit my fellow design team members channels here...

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Create With Squdge Craft (L J ) - https://youtu.be/qqGryvBsRm0
Taylormadecards4u: https://youtu.be/sg1pN5YKrgA
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Wishing you a blessed day! The Crafter’s Castle Design Team
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Please note my card was inspired by RegalStamping with Krista Thomas and her Forever Blossoms Triple Fold Out Card: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Obkrxacuxew&t=416s


Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Flamingos and Wildgrass - Blue Knight Rubber Stamps

Hello and Welcome to my Blog!

I am so excited today to be back again with another beautiful stamp from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps. I made two cards from one stamp set. 

 I created a video on my You Tube Channel that details how I made the card:

I created the above card first by creating my background with PanPastels. I used Magenta, Ultramarine Blue, Turquoise, Burnt Sienna Tint and Bronze. I used the Colorless Blender to blend the background colors. Then I used a stamp positioning tool to stamp the Wild Grass and the Flamingos using Versafine Clair Nocturne ink. I used the sentiment "Happy Anniversary" from Mini Greetings 1 and two birds from the Birds 2 stamp set to finish the card. I sprayed the card with Krylon Mat sealant and then placed the card panel on a black card base. It is such a gorgeous stamp set and it looks great with the Pan Pastels as the background.


For my second card, I used the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Cloud Stencil and Turquoise PanPastel to create clouds. I then stamped the images from the Stamp Set with Versafine Clair Nocturne Black Ink. I sprayed the card with Krylon Mat sealant and then placed the card panel on a black card base.

You can find each of today's featured stamps HERE https://blueknightrubberstamps.com/
at the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps web store. And... don't forget to join us at the Fan Group and YouTube Channel: Fans of Blue Knight Rubber Stamps (Facebook group) is HERE https://www.facebook.com/groups/29747...
and the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps YouTube Channel is HERE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOlr...
Thank you for stopping by my blog today. Have a hopeful day!

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Saturday, August 15, 2020

Pink Zinnia Createful Heart Design Team

 Hello! Welcome to my Blog. 

Today I am sharing a layered card featuring the super cute " Summer Zinnia" Digital Stamp from Createful Heart Designs:  https://marketplace.zibbet.com/createful-heart-design/summer-zinnia-digital-stamp




 I created this card by following these steps:

 1. Printed the image using my inkjet printer. 

2. Colored the image with Ohuhu Alcohol Markers. 

3. Using my Brother Scan n Cut to cut the image.

4. Selected Pink Polka Dot Pattern Paper to layer beneath the colored image. Layered that on top of neon green card stock (with cherries embossed).  Used a corner chomper to round the corners on all the layered paper pieces. Glued the colored image and all the layered papers to the hot pink card base. 

5. Die cut the sentiment "Friend” from a three-layer die made by HoneyBee Stamps. Using Versafine Claire Ink “Charming Pink” I heat embossed the stamped words “Thank You For Being A Friend” from HoneyBee Stamps “Friend” stamp set. This ink is a pigment ink so it stays wet and you can emboss with it. I used Brutus Monroe Embossing Powder in Icicle (clear).   I used pop dots behind the small sentiment strips to give the card dimension.

 This is my 11th month as a member of the Design Team for Createful Heart Design, a digital stamp and digital paper company. The owners of Createful Heart Design, Mary, and her husband Mark draw all the digital stamps by hand and Mary designs the digital papers on her computer. It is exciting to be a part of this design team and I hope that you will check out their online store. Here is a link to the online shop:


Our Blog Challenges run from the 15th of the month through the 13th of the following month. The Blog Challenge website is: http://createfulheartcards.blogspot.com/  The theme is always Anything Goes

 Find me on Social Media!

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BLOG: https://thehopefulcrafter.blogspot.com/

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 Thank you for visiting my blog today!  Have a hopeful day!

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Wetlands Stamp

Hello and Welcome to my Blog.  Thank you for visiting today. I have two cards for the Blue Knight Rubber Stamp Design Team using the Wetlands Stamp. For my first card I used Spectra Noir Shimmer Brush Pens to create a bright and vibrant scene.  


I created a video on my You Tube Channel detailing how this card was created:


I used water color paper and water proof ink to stamp the image. I colored the water in Aquamarine and used various colors of green to color the grass and the trees. For the mountains I used white gouache paint mixed with Brutus Monroe Black Aquapigment to create the color gray. I stamped the sentiment Happy Birthday from the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Mini Sentiments 1 set in the top left hand corner of the card. I stamped a trio of three birds from the Birds 1 stamp set in the top right hand corner of the card. I also stamped the small ducks from the Footbridge stamp set in the water. I colored the sun with Yellow Orange Aquapigment from Brutus Monroe. 


For my second card, I used Ohuhu Alcohol Markers to color a winter marshlands scene. I then used 4" Double Sided clear adhesive, covering the entire card panel, then sprinkled the entire surface with Tim Holtz Distress Glitter. This created a winter scene. 



Thank you for visiting my blog today. I hope you found some inspiration and will stop again.

You can find each of today's featured stamps HERE, at the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps web store.

And... don't forget to join us at the Fan Group and YouTube Channel:
Fans of Blue Knight Rubber Stamps (Facebook group) is HERE
and the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps YouTube Channel is HERE



My Social Media:
YOU TUBE:
INSTAGRAM: @Shultz551

Fall layered card featuring the image "Spooky, Rugglesworth & Pi" by Createfulheart Designs

H ello! Welcome to my Blog.  Today I am sharing a layered card featuring the super cute  "S pooky, Rugglesworth & Pi"  Digital...