Monday, February 20, 2017

Lil' Inker Designs Release: Day 2

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Hello!  We are here with Day 2 of the Lil' Inker Designs February Release!  This release is FULL of amazing dies and stamps for SPRING.......are you ready?  You should have arrived from the Lil' Inker Designs Blog.   Guess what??  The whole new release is now available and can be found HERE!!!



Both of today's cards use the new set called Rustic Spring and its coordinating Rustic Spring dies.  You will all LOVE this set!  It is so adorable for spring and Easter but for anytime too!

My first card features a Distress Ink blended sky, a stitched hill using the Border Builders dies, Small Sunshine die, and Rainbows and Clouds dies.....all of which are previously released.  The adorable bicycle was Copic colored and some fresh spring flowers were added to the bright blue basket!  To finish my panel, I added my scene panel to a strip of tiny blue gingham pattern paper and added some yellow enamel dots.


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For my second card, I pulled out yet another older die set.......Long and Skinny Rectangles.  I die cut some fun spring papers from Sunshine and Happiness from Simple Stories using the stitched rectangles.  I added the adorable bunny (and his arms die cut too so he can hold something in his hands!) and a carrot.  My die cut sentiment is from the new Brush Script Spring Word Dies.  

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Now for the fun part!  There is a HUGE giveaway for one lucky commenter......the ENTIRE release!!!

Amy Kolling





Sunday, February 19, 2017

Lil' Inker Designs Release: Day 1


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Hello!  We are starting off Day 1 of the Lil' Inker Designs February Release!  This release is FULL of amazing dies and stamps for SPRING.......are you ready?  You should have arrived from the Lil' Inker Designs Blog.   Guess what??  The whole new release is now available and can be found HERE!!!


I am starting this release off with my FAVORITE project using the new Sweet Celebrations stamps and coordinating Sweet Celebrations dies.  This set is my new LOVE and had me at florals!  

I started with making a frame using the Fringe Scalloped Rectangle Dies.....love the look it gives an otherwise white frame.  I've layered my frame over a white cardstock panel that was done with the Quilted Stitched So Sunny Die.  I added a grey diecut heart from Sweet Celebrations dies inside my frame and started building my bouquet of blooms from Sweet Celebrations.  I tucked my white heat embossed sentiment in with my blooms and added the die cut Celebrate Word Die (colored with ombre Copic blending).  As a final touch, a few Sparkling Clear Sequins from Pretty Pink Posh were adhered using Multi Matte Medium.

  
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If you love to color and are a cat person, this ADORABLE new set called Cat Treat will need to jump into your cart!!!  

I had some relaxing time really trying to focus on blending and some shading with Copics for this image.  Once it was done, it was paired perfectly with the Instant Camera Die.  The white square of the Polaroid was shaded with Tumbled Glass Distress Inks.  To the bottom, my sentiments were white heat embossed and a black burlap bow was added.  My Polaroid was added with foam adhesive to a chevron pattern paper panel that was die cut with the Stitched Mats: Rectangles and trimmed just a bit for a tiny white border.


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Now for the fun part!  There is a HUGE giveaway for one lucky commenter......the ENTIRE release!!!

Amy Kolling




Friday, February 17, 2017

Masculine love

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Hello!  Just stopping in to share a "love" themed card using some versatile Right at Home products from the last release.  Masculine cards are always hard to make.  Period.  I thought I would make a card to have on hand for my anniversary.


Using Pinterest, I came across this color story from an old Colour Q challenge and fell in love with not only the colors but the focal point of the colors.  So I recreated the heart using the large heart die from the Folded Sweetheart Die Set.  


I started by laying varying strips of cardstock onto a sheet of printer paper and adhering.  Next, simply die cut using the heart die.  My heart was added using foam adhesive to a very simple background of coordinating grey cardstock.  The die cut sentiment from the Folded Sweetheart Die Set was done twice and layered for an offset look.  

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Thanks for sharing a part of your day with me!

SugarPea Designs--Winter Sweet Peek Day 5

Carnivalscape 

Hello!  I am excited to share the last projects I've been working on for the brand new release from SugarPea Designs!  With several new stamp sets, matching dies, and even a new paper product.......there's something you are sure to love!  

All the 12 NEW products will be available for purchase starting this Friday, February 17th at 6PM EST in the SPD Store.


This card was so easy to put together using the Distress Ink blending technique for the sky using Black Soot, Seedless Preserves, and Salty Ocean.  I added some flicks of Picket Fence Distress Paint for the look of stars in the sky.  The Carnivalscape SugarCut was done in black and layered over the bottom part of the card.  A sentiment was white heat embossed to the lower right corner and a few blue star gems were added to the sky.

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Popcorn Treat Box
My last project is a "mini card" using the new Popcorn Treat Box SugarCut and the Striped Background stamp.  I love making shaped cards and especially mini ones!  I used the Popcorn Treat Box die for the front of my card and stamped in red ink the stripes using my Misti stamping tool.  I die cut lots of popcorn and colored the tops of the popcorn with Y11 Copic for the look of butter.  These were tucked in between the front popcorn box panel and the folding mini card.  

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Place an order* of $60 or more (excluding discounts and shipping) and you will receive Striped Background (a $14.99 retail value) FREE Make sure to visit the SPD blog later this week for all the details on this!


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GIVEAWAY

Make sure you visit the SPD blog for details.  Winners during our Winter Product Release will be announced on Monday, February 20.


Thanks so much for sharing a part of your day with me!

Thursday, February 16, 2017

SugarPea Designs--Winter Sweet Peek Day 4

What's Poppin

Hello!  I am excited to share some of the projects I've been working on for the brand new release from SugarPea Designs!  Each day this week, we will be sharing inspiration using the new release.  With several new stamp sets, matching dies, and even a new paper product.......there's something you are sure to love!  

I hope you'll join me here over the next 2 days as I share Sweet Peeks for the 12 NEW products that will be available for purchase starting this Friday, February 17th at 6PM EST in the SPD Store.


Today's set, What's Poppin'?,  features this adorable girl and her popcorn!  I Copic colored my image and layered her in a diecut circle focal point.  The circlular frame was made using one of the Zig Zag Stitched Circle SugarCuts along with a standard circle die to cut the center out making a frame.  The polka dot paper is from the new paper pad called Life is a Circus.

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Place an order* of $60 or more (excluding discounts and shipping) and you will receive Striped Background (a $14.99 retail value) FREE Make sure to visit the SPD blog later this week for all the details on this!


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GIVEAWAY

Would you like to win the What's Poppin? stamp set? All you need to do is leave a comment on the SPD blog.  It's really that easy!  Winners during our Winter Product Release will be announced on Monday, February 20.


Thanks so much for sharing a part of your day with me!

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