Saturday, April 26, 2014

Scrapbook page - Watkins Glen, New York


This is the scrapbook page lay out for this months scrapbook club - it is never too late to join in!

The Stampin' Up! products that I used are:

Very Vanilla 12 x 12 #124301
Very Vanilla A4 # 106550
Crumb Cake 12 x 12 #124274
Paper doily #129399
Brights collection DSP Stack #130134
Neurtals collection DSP Stack #130132
Chocolate Chip Ink #126979
Real Red ink #126949
Old Olive ink #126953
Flower Shop bundle #132726
Stamping sponge #101610

All of these products are available from My online store
Petitie Petals Bundle #134822

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Try it Tuesday - coloured embossing folders

I'm sorry that I have missed the last few weeks of Try it Tuesday. School holidays always seem to throw me into chaos!


Products needed: Big shot, embossing folder, brayer, classic ink pad and whisper white cardstock.


Step one: Ink up the brayer on the ink pad, to ink the brayer properly roll it over the ink pad in one direction - not back and forth!


Step two: Apply the ink to the inside of the embossing folder. you can roll in all directions to get an even coverage.
Step three: Place the cardstock into embossing folder and put through the big shot.


Step four: Complete the project.

Stampin' Up! products used:

Big Shot # 113439
Real Red classic ink pad #126949
Petals a plenty embossing folder # 116824
Whisper White cardstock # 106594

All of these products are available from  My online store

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Try It Tuesday - make your own DSP


This technique is fantastic if you don't have the perfect Designer Series Paper in your stash to make a project. This technique can be used for all of your paper craft projects and only takes a few minutes to do.
The products you will need are: Cardstock (I used crumb cake), ink pads (Crumb cake, old olive and real red used here), stamp sets and a stamping sponge.


Step One: Ink up your background stamp with the crumb cake ink, place the cardstock on top and rub your hands over the cardstock - you may like to place a scrap of paper over the top to avoid getting ink on your hands.


Step Two: Stamp the images at random over the cardstock. I used all three colours and four different stamps to create the background. The have all over lapped and you don't need to worry too much about stamp placement. The idea is to try and fill in as much of the background as possible.






Step Three: Sponge the edges using a stamping sponge.


Here is the finished product. To save time you can stamp a whole A4 or 12 x 12 sheet of cardstock to cut up and use. Any stamp sets and colour combinations can be used.

I will complete the project and upload the photo later.

Stampin' Up! Products Used:
Crumb Cake A4 cardstock #121685
Crumb Cake ink #126975
Old Olive ink #126953
Real Red ink #126949
Stampin sponge #101610
En Francais stamp set #128562
Secret Garden stamp set #129144

All of these products are available from  My online store

You've Got Style

This card was made in project club last month. The stamp set used is You've Got Style.  I don't always go for stamp sets like this o...