Friday, July 29, 2016

Captain America Birthday Party Invitation

Hi everyone!!

It´s Noe here in a very special Friday for me: my oldest son turns 5 years today !!

Since its third birthday party I´ll  prepare his birthday according to the theme he choose for that great moment ... and this year, his choice was ... Well, better you see it!


Captain America, yeah!!  Lots of small Captain America and stars have invaded my desk these days!!



Products used from RB Store:

I hope you like it!!

I will continue preparing the party !!


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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Missing You Card

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with a missing you card that is both distressed and pretty.


I started by placing the Memory Box Distress Grid Stencil on cardstock and inked it.


 
I mounted this panel on Bazzill cardstock then placed a strip of cardstock and lace on top. 
 
 
 
The flowers were die cut twice and assembled on a Spellbinders die cut oval.  Inking each piece gave the flowers some nice dimension.

 


A sentiment from WPlus9 - Miss You Lots - was matted on the same cardstock and added to the card with foam adhesives for dimension.

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Dressed Up Prima Doll Mia


Hi it's Jennifer here with a Gorgeous Card I made using 
to Create her outfit. I have stamped her Skirt 3 times
Fussy cut it in segments, inked the edges in Distress Broken China
 and layered it with dimensionals.
I have used copics to colour her Skin and Hair.
Skin - E000, E000, E00, E01, E11, R20
Hair - E50, E53, E55



 I have used all these Beautiful Magnolia Doohickey Dies.
To Embellish I especially love the 
as it makes great Butterfly centres.


Happy Crafting
Jennifer

Monday, July 25, 2016

Dance Doubles using amazing products from The Rubber Buggy

  

hi.. Bev here today. I am sharing double dance pages today. The page above "Tap"with the great photos worked perfectly with  my DT products from The Rubber Buggy. I used Graphic 45 Christmas Carol 6x6" pad. Not all pages need to be created using 12x12" papers and there are so many of these smaller size pads available now. There are used only on the right side only of this double.
Lots of fun accents, award ribbons and certificates are used to complete this double..... filled with dance memories.

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products:
Paper: Graphic 45 Christmas Carol
Other: signo white gel pen, metal title, cardstock, SRM stickers, staples, punchinella


On this 2nd double page I am using Heartfelt Creations Sugar Hollow Collection with a lot of coloured layers from left to right. Some of the paper collection had great accents to cut out. Again I added fabulous ribbons to embellish this double page. 

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products
Paper: Heartfelt Creations Sugar Hollow Collection
Other: Brad, stickers, staples, punchinella, alpha letters

Thanks for visiting today.. be sure to check all the amazing 6x6" pads available in the store... great for so many projects.


Friday, July 22, 2016

Circle Card!

Hi everyone!!

It´s Noe here after two weeks of holidays enjoying family and friends (I live 350 miles from them, so so I must enjoy these moments!!)... 

Soon it will be the birthday of a special person so I prepared this circular card ... lately I enjoy making circle cards!!


Products used from Store:
 

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Thursday, July 21, 2016

May your Glass.....

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with 2 cards using Stamping Bella's Opal the Optimist.


 
For my first card, I chose to stamp the image with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and then colored her with Copic Markers.   I fussy cut her and added her to a Spellbinders oval die.  The background is Bazzill cardstock that was embossed and lightly inked with Ranger Distress Ink - Antique Linen.  The sentiment was placed to fit the oval and the image was added with foam adhesives from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.


For my second card I also stamped the image with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored her with Copic Markers.   This time, though, I used the Spellbinders oval die around her.  I lightly inked the oval with Ranger Distress Ink - Antique Linen - then matted it with Bazzill Cardstock before placing it on paper from Graphic 45's Home Sweet Home collection.

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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

"Today is Beautiful" card with Netra

Hi everyone ! I hope you all are well. 
Today I am sharing a non baby card with the Heaven Sent collection by Prima. 
I love the line for baby projects, but I also LOVE the colors and thought to make 
an everyday card with. 

Using some die and stamps help bring the look of this card together. 
There are soo many themed papers out there, don't forget to look out side the box
and create something totally unexpected. 

Enjoy your day. 
Xo, Netra 






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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Stamping Bella Tutorial

                                       

 Hi it`s Jennifer here with a tutorial on how I create my Stamping Bella Cards.
First I coloured my Image up and then picked some of the colours she was wearing.
I  then picked the ink colours for the background and sequins to match.


I have used The Lawn Fawn Scalloped Rectangle Stackleables the Second
biggest and 4th biggest to cut a Frame.

   So it then makes this Gorgeous Frame.


I have then cut one White Card stock and one Accitate to 9.5 x 12.5cm


The Card base is  23.5 x 15cm asnd scored down the centre.


 On the White card stock I  sponged  the  3 matching distressed ink colours.
 I used Tumbled Glass, Picked Raspberry and  Scattered Straw.
 I  flicked water on the inked Card stock and  patted it of with paper towel to lift the ink off.


 I then flicked with a brush the 3 ink colours and sprayed it with perfect pearls for sparkle.
Very hard to see though.


 I taped the accitate to the frame


 I taped doublesided foam tape all the way around leaving no gaps
so the sequins cann't get out. I also ran a powder tool around the inside
edges of the foam tape so the sequins don't stick.


 I then stamped the sentiment on the inked paper.
I  taped  the  Inked paper to the back of the Shaker 
Ooops I nearly forgot I added a piece of Aqua Cardstock 
14.5 x 11.5 under the Shaker section and taped it to
 the card base and added my Image using dimensionables.


The colours were not very photogenic as they were softer and bright.
Hope you enjoyed this tutorial and cann't wait to see yours. 

Copics  used
E0000, E000, E00, E01, E11, E33, E50, E51, E55, E57
Y15, Y18, Y21
YR23
BG10, BG11, BG15, BG49
RV02, RV04, RV06
C03, C05, C07
YG11, 
G21, G63

Happy Crafting 

Jennifer





Monday, July 18, 2016

Photo Shoot using Graphic 45 and ART C Emphemera


Today .... Bev here today. I am using the and my products from The Rubber Buggy  and the ScrapRoom Freaky Fast Formula Challenge to create a dance page... for a dear friend. 

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products
Paper: Graphic 45 Christmas Carol 6x6 pad
Accents: ART C emphemera
Other: cardstock, SRM stickers, twine, ribbon


Below is the pieces of paper that were in the list above to start my page... and it's in my proposed layers that will work with my photo.



In the close ups you can view some of the additional accents from ART C emphemera.


Here you view the SRM sticker border accent, the doily and matted smile accent.


Celebrate section is clustered with clear accents. On the left side is a simple ribbon staples accent.


To tone down the white section I used a border stencil and inked it.


Thanks for visiting today... I always love sharing with you. Hope you'll take time to check out some of the amazing products I get to use.


Thanks for stopping by... enjoy your day.


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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Thinking of you cards

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with 2 very different cards using the same products.


 
I started with a Donna Downey Stencil.  As I only wanted to use the bottom half, I placed the stencil on white cardstock and masked off the top.

 
Using assorted colors of Dylusions Ink Sprays, I spritzed the stencil.  Overlapping the colors provides a wonderful color scheme.  This is the result.  Since excess sprays remain on the stencil, I flipped it onto another sheet of cardstock, rubbing it onto the cardstock.  A negative image is the result (sorry I forgot to take a picture).
 
 
I matted each panel with Bazzill Cardstock, then wrapped coordinating May Arts ribbon around each before adding to another layer of Bazzill Cardstock.   Foam adhesives from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L provided dimension.
 
 
Using Spellbinders dies, I die cut 3 layers for the front of the reverse stenciled card.  I've used Stamping Bella's Winnie Peaking Out of the Window, stamping the portion I wanted on the white oval using Memento Tuxedo Black InkCopic Markers were then used to color the image.  I just wanted to cover the reversed words.  Stamping Bella's Winnie Peaking Out of the Window also contains the sentiment used on both cards.

 
Next time you are working with stencils remember to flip them to get a secondary effect.  Looking at this second generation card, you would never know the words behind the image were reversed would you?

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