January 31, 2018

Brushed Birds Beauty

I am having so much fun with my new Brushed Birds stamp set. This is a multi-step stamping set with a lot of choices for bird sizes and positions. It also looks totally different depending on the color choice. Below is a few of the color combos I have tried so far.
Also these are all single layer stamping... but look totally different with 3D die cuts.

Here is the inside to the first card.
Here is my second choice using a stenciled brick background in a soft gray.
And the inside of the second card.

The last card for this post.

And the inside for the third card.

I can't wait to get the dies that match which were on back order, (darn)...  but have now been restocked and... soon to arrive on my doorstep. Yipeee!

 
Thanks for stopping by; and please feel free to comment  ... Nancy  8-).

Hugs
Diane

January 19, 2018

Water Front

Just a few quick cards I made this weekend from the new stamp set "Waterfront" in the new Occasions Catty. There are two versions I did... one has a die cut center that is slightly raised with dimensions... the second one is a single layer of stamping only.


If you look close you'll see where the center is die cut with a stitched edge.
Try NOT to notice where the ink spots from the stamp edge.... Ha!

This card is basic stamping....

I did use some white gel pen to make waves coming into shore on this one... but not bragging where I used it on the 'birds' flying. Yipes!  Zoom at your own risk!

Have a nice day!
Hugs
Diane


October 19, 2017

Holiday Spirit is in the Air!

It's getting to be that time of year again. We all start thinking of the Holidays and wonder just WHAT do we plan first! Right? So much happens so quickly.... No sooner do the little Gobblins leave your porch; that the Thanksgiving guests come filing through the front door.  If that's not enough to get your stress going.... and while the turkey is cooking, you start wondering how will I get my Christmas cards in the mail on time.


Well at least that's my mind set....
So with that in mind... here are few of the cards I am planning for the November Card class.


I plan to use the one card below (white with 3 die cut trees) again this month.  It was huge hit with the girls and it looks fabulous in many different DSP colors. Use your imagination and picture it in Cherry Cobbler, or Soft Pinks, or the many shades of Greens... or how about Black and White?




The next card is just a fun Winter Theme.... The air is crisp and you can feel winter right around the corner. This card's focal point - bird on a mailbox -  is highlighted by the many winter words of the back ground stamps. Does it make you want to cozy up with a cup of Hot Cocoa?


I changed up the color scheme in each card, but the overall design is still the same.
Which do you prefer?

Okay....I'll fess up. That really isn't a mailbox; it's a "for sale" sign. However, I snipped the hanging portion off because it was too distracting in black.  If you tilt your head and use your imagination you WILL see a mailbox. Right?

There will two more cards for class, but as of this posting I'm not committed to anything particular yet. However, I will share a card I made to send my grandkids Halloween $$$ Treat to them. It has long since been mailed but I still wanted to share. I did CASE this card from another blog, but can't remember which one ... sorry.

I really do like how it turned out.
Diane




October 3, 2017

November class? .... Oh no can't wait!

I was going to save these two for my November class but decided... OH NO! Can't wait .. it will be too late if someone wants to use for a Christmas card. If they are anything like me... I should be starting my Christmas cards NOW!
Both of these are easy and can be use for either a winter birthday or Christmas Here are the two cards.

.... Since I have several birthdays in December and January... I love the Winter Wishes card and will be using for them for birthdays for sure!
 

Not sure why these are showing so 'dull'... perhaps because I forwarded from my phone text ????
In person they are beautiful. One uses Old Olive the other has Baja Breeze as the accent color.
 If you zoom it may show better.
Oh well .... hope the girls in the October class like them as much as me.

Diane

September 20, 2017

OCTOBER CLASS

Wow... I just can't believe it's October Class "prep" time already. I am going to share two of the kits I have ready for the October class.

The first is Super Simple! Begin by adding some fun party DSP to the top half of the card. Round the corner for interest. Die cut the Large EVER..... and choose your occasion... such as Best Friend Ever! Or Best Day Ever!.... Here I chose a birthday theme.
Best Birthday Ever!

 
I die cut the Cake and use sponges or daubers to blend the inks from light to darker. Then stamp a sentiment to match the occasion. Use a dimensional to POP the cake up! 
Done!

The second card is easy but takes a little time.
First use the Swirls cover plate die with one cutting plate and embossing hard rubber plate to cut
in to the card front but not through. IF you zoom in you can see the fun swirl design.

Then die cut the dinosaurs and stamp in the colors of your choice...Arrange your creatures however you like.  I added a balloon to the T-Rex and this helps to carry the "RAAAA" themed circle.
Pretty cute ... right?
Thanks for Stopping!
Diane

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