Today I’m making a DT card for Tupelo Designs LLC and I’ll be using one of the New MFT stamps set I received in my DT Package. I’ll also be using some Hero Arts Ombre inks for my flowers and if you have not played with these inks, you should definitely try, they are super fun. The Ombre inks have 3 different shades that goes from light to dark all in one pad so as you can see on my video and from the pictures above, you can create a really fast card to create some unique looks. I decided to use the Pink to red for my flowers, which gave the flowers some lighter shades as well as the dark all in just one stamping, which I thought was way cool. I used the outlined image using the Hero Arts Black dye inks to give a distinct line for these flowers but you certainly can use a brighter red to give it more of a muted look. I did the same for the leaves as well using the Mint to green ink pad. You can see my Full process on how I made this card on the video up above. I hope you like this card and video and please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas. I’ll leave all the supplies I used in this card in the information below. I thank you guys so much for stopping by and I’ll see you guys next time. Mahalo 🙂
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Today I’m sharing with you this card I made for Tupelo Designs LLC’s DT Card Using part of the DT Package I received. From the DT package, I’m using the New Penny Black Blips Bakground stamp set, which has these really Unique design to it along with the New Waffle Flower Pointed Petal Chalk ink. This ink pad holds 8 different colors in one, which I think it’s a real bargain. I’m also using some other products that I purchased including the New Penny Black’s clear Efflorescence stamp set, MFT In and Out Diagnal stitched rectangle die, Spectrum Aqua Primary set, Paper Artsy’s Treasure gold, the New wood veneer’s from Fundamentals and some other items as well.
I first wanted to create a background pattern using the Penny Black’s Blips stamp set and the Waffle flower ink pad. In my opinion, Background stamps are one of the Must haves because you can easily make your own background papers with it. I used 3 of the colors from the Waffle flower ink pad and added some colors to the background stamp to create my background. It’s a great way to get more out of your stamps.
My Focal image is from the Penny Black Efflorescence. This stamp is one of my favorites because these flowers are so fun to color and you can use so many different mediums to color it. These stamps are a perfect addition if you love to color. Today’s medium I’ll be using with the flower is the Spectrum Aquas. Spectrum Aquas come in 4 different sets and I only have the Primary’s so thats what I’ll be using today. I’ll also show you couple tips and tricks to color using your ink pads as well. I’ve put together a Video Tutorial which will go over how I made this card. I hope you enjoy watching the video and all the supplies I used on this card will be listed below. I thank you guys so much for visiting and please press the subscribe and follow button for more inspirations and ideas. Thanks so much and Mahalo 🙂
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**Disclaimer: I did receive the Penny Black Blips and the Waffle Flower Petal Point ink pad as part of my DT Package. The rest of the items were purchased by me.
Today I’m making this Shaker card using Gerda Steiner Designs Smart Cookie Digital Stamp set. I’ve made a Candy Lei and a Candy medal to pass out to my Daughter’s PreSchool friends for her Graduation ceremony which I filmed but it didn’t get record completely so I had to delete it all together so I wanted to make something to show off this Super cute image.
I haven’t made a Shaker card in a while so I decided to make it today using this image. As you can see up above, I do have a Full video tutorial on how I made this shaker card. I decided to make a really simple card since I had only little bit of time to make this since my daughter is home for her break. I colored this image using my Shihan touch brush markers and I stamped out a sentiment from a Fiskars Graduation stamp set and a Graduation cap as well. I’ve left the link below for this image if you’re interested and I thank you guys so much for stopping by. Please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas. Thanks so much.
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Today I made a card for The Tupelo Designs LLC’s DT Project using the New Alte New Stamp set, Painted Butterflies. This is a very Beautiful stamp set that basically does all the work for you. This is also a 3 Step stamp set which means there’s different layers that can go on top of each other to create this multi colored painted look. This is a very popular set so it might be sold out but at Tupelo Designs LLC, you can Pre-order them so you’ll have yours as soon as it becomes available. And you know how Fast Their shipping is, Amazing! I’m also using another New stamp set from Impressions Obsessions which also can be Pre-ordered. It’s a distress brick wall, and it has so much texture, it’s really cool. I’m using a lot of New products today, I might as well play with them all at once, right? Lol
For my card base, I have a top folding A2 size card stock which is Neenah, by the way. I also cut another white card stock measuring 4″x%5 1/4″ and another cut using the MFT’s stitched rectangle die. I’m going to make my own background paper using the Obsessions Impression’s Background stamp inked up with Tim Holtz distress mini ink pad. I do have the whole collection of the full size ink pads which I still use, but sometimes the little ones are just easier. I stamped out the brick wall and put it aside and will work on our focal panel. I stamped out the Thank you sentiment using the same Alte New stamp set and I stamped out one of the butterflies using the New Cracked Pistachio and Peacock feathers. The 2nd butterfly was stamped using the New Abandoned coral and Festive berries. I also stamped out a small butterfly using the same abandoned coral. After doing so, I attached some Cartwright Moonshine sequins and added some Wink of Stella clear pens on the butterflies for the finishing touch. It’s super easy and simple but it looks like you took a while to make this card. I do have a full tutorial on my Youtube Channel with more description of this 3 step stamping. I hope you enjoyed this cad and please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas. Thank you, and Mahalo:)
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