9.16.2014

Halloween!!

Hi, everyone! So I think I get a little too excited about Halloween sometimes. I'm seeing skulls, pumpkins and ghosts all over now so I figured it was time to start creating my Halloween cards. Hey, I'm not complaining! The blacks and oranges get me so excited!! So I figured I'd bust out my awesome set, Graveyard Shift! Here's my card!


To start the card off, I stamped the cob webs in light grey to create a spooky little background. On a piece of vellum, I heat embossed the skeleton in white. I attached it to the base with foam dots. I then stamped the sentiment in black ink, attached a few sequins and called it a day!


I love the simplicity of the card! Maybe it's just because I love Halloween in general! Make sure to stop by the shop and pick this bad boy up. He's only $6!! A steal if you ask me :)



Thanks so much for stopping by!! See you next week for the release!!

Kristen

9.13.2014

Neat and Tangled Feature by Latrice Murphy!

Hello friends!

Our friend Latrice Murphy over at Any Occasion featured some Neat and Tangled products this week HERE and HERE!

Here are a few photos but be sure to head to her blog for more details! She has a video, a bonus card, and a GIVEAWAY! ;)

Here she uses our Diamonds set!
Here she uses our A Lot to Say stamp and die to create some fun journaling!
And here is a gorgeous card using Sparkle and Shine!
Be sure sure to head to her BLOG to enter the giveaway!

Hope you have a fun weekend! :) 

9.11.2014

September Guest Designer: Lucy Abrams!

Hello friends! It's almost Friday, yay! To help get you to the end of the week I have a post from our September guest, Lucy.  LOVE what she did with the sequins!
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Hello again. Today I have a very girly card to share that I created with the adorable Just Hello stamp set. The sweet little images in this set lend themselves perfectly to being paper pieced, one of my favorite techniques. To make my card, I trimmed a piece of recycled paper then die cut the notebook edge. I stamped the sentiment, then spritzed it with Calico Shine Mister Huey's.

Next, I stamped the envelope on some polka dot paper, and the heart on pink paper. After trimming them, I adhered them onto the notebook die. 

My sequin string was inspired by the talented Lea Lawson. I used some sequins from the Pink Lemonade selection pack and silver thread. It's a different kind of shaker card!

I love the sparkly crystal clear sequins. They really are super sparkly!
Thanks for joining me today. I'll be back later this month with my final card. Bye for now.

9.10.2014

Card in Collage Style

Hello everyone,

it's Christine. :)

Today I'd like to talk about collage style cards. I think many of them look so cool -- but I have a hard time putting them together.
Well, I still tried it today, hehe:



I thought that for the collage style I'd need:
  • different embellishments
  • different layers
  • a nice color combo
  • a focal point
I used the Punchinella Background Stamp to  have a graphic, yet colorful background.
My layers are the tag and the girl from Gift for you, but I made sure to add more images (the cake and the tiny heart-speechbubbles. For embellishments I used some ribbon, floss and sequins in Tangerine to add a second color.
I think I need more of all the small scrapbooking-supplies for the collage style. It looks so cool when others create something simple but full of detail!
What are your favorite supplies for collage-style cards? Do you have any pinterest boards that could be helpful for me? I'd love to know - thank you!

Have a nice day!



PunchinellaGifts for You

Tangerine Satin Sequins

9.09.2014

congratulations: sparkle and shine


Hello!  It's Amy T here with a project to share with you!

Here's a peek at some of my supplies:


I love layers, colors and patterns.  I've been taking advantage of the tab manufacturers put on paper.  On today's card, it might look like I used a strip of washi, but I was being frugal with my paper, I wanted to get my moneys worth out of this fun sheet:


I love to combine sets and this card uses:  



TIP:  My Embossing Buddy is my Best Friend.  

Can you spot the gold thread?





Congrats cards are always a good thing to have in your card stash!



9.05.2014

Dreams do come True

Hello, everyone! Anna is here today with you and i want to share my new card. Recently, I took the idea of imitation wood in cards, I still had no such experience. So it was time to use On the strip 2 set, in which there is a strip of wood texture.


I did shtamping by gray inks on gray cardstock and cut out few "boards". Then I connected them on the back of the piece of washi tape and made ​​embossing with white powder with a phrase from the Dreams set. Also cut out a hole in the shape of tiny heart.


Then I gathered the "fence" from the "boards", so it looks like a phrase on the fence. Even brads in the form of screws found their places. Added grass and blue sky.


And than added accents of sequins from Pixie Dust set.


Wish you all a great days!

9.04.2014

September Guest Designer: Lucy Abrams!


Hi friends! Hope you're week is going well! I am here today to introduce you to our September guest designer. I am beyond thrilled to have Lucy Abrams joining us this month! I am such a fan and so honored to have her on the blog :)

And now here is a little from Lucy...
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Hello, I'm so excited to be here today, and would like to thank Danielle for asking me to play with her gorgeous stamps. I've had so much fun with them. Today I have a very clean and simple card to share that I created with the You and Me stamp set. I can see this one becoming a staple in my stamp collection - it's perfect for all sorts of love themed cards. My card features simple stamping, a tiny bit of paper piecing, and some glitter. I like keeping things simple, especially on more masculine cards. And despite the stitching, I think this one would be OK for a guy…

I added just a touch of Wink of Stella glitter to the heart.

Thank you so much to Danielle for having me, and I'm really looking forward to returning later this month. Bye for now.

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