Friday, July 21, 2017

A Card With A Peek-A-Boo Window

Hey, everyone! Today I have a feather card with a peek-a-boo window I created using the Angel Wings Stamp and Die Set from Brutus Monroe


After embossing a cream piece of cardstock with Couture Creations Tickle Me Feathers Embossing Folder, I cut about a 2" strip from it and also cut about a 2" strip from my card base which is made from the Alabaster Premium Cardbase. To fill in the gap I adhered a piece of Judikin Acetate.
Then I used the Raven Detail Ink to stamp the feathers from the Angel Wings Stamp Set onto some Rinea Glossy Copper Foiled Paper. Cut the feathers out with the Angel Wings Die Set and then adhered the feathers onto the acetate piece on the front of my card.


Next, I embossed the sentiment "Feathers are reminders that Angels are always near" from the Angel Wings Stamp Set with some Embossing Ink and then heat embossed it with Penny Metallic Embossing Powder. Cut out the sentiment into a banner and adhered it to the front of my card with 3D foam squares. Added a few Prima copper pearls and I was done.


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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Stencil Girl and Imagine Blog Hop

Hello, I have been so busy doing some remodeling on my house that it was nice to take a break and get to create for a little while. Haven't had much time to do that lately. 
I created a card for the StencilGirl and Imagine blog hop. Make sure to scroll down for the blog hop details.

I used some pieces of washi tape to tape down the stencil so it wouldn't slide and then used an InkBlusher from Imagine to sponge some StazOn Black Cherry on the outer tips of the floral burst stencil. Then I sponged on some StazOn Rusty Brown blending it in with the black cherry.


In the center of the floral burst, I sponged on some StazOn Eden Green and then some StazOn Saddle Brown over the Eden green.


I then die cut out hello using the Essentials by Ellen Designer Dies, Brushstroke Hello by Julie Ebersole in orange cardstock and Rinea Gold Glossy Foiled Paper. Glued them together slightly off center with Imagine On Point Glue and then adhered the pieces to the front of my card.


Next, I used a paint brush to paint on some Imagine Goosebump over the hello sentiment and over the orange floral burst to add some dimension and added a few drops of Goosebumps randomly on the front of my card.


Here are some photos of my finished card.,,



Now for the fun part, the blog hop info....


Thanks so much for stopping and be sure to leave comments (one per blog) during all 3 days of the Imagine and StencilGirl Blog Hop so you can be entered to win a $30 StencilGirl Gift Cards or a $30 Imagine Gift Cards!!! Winners will be announced on the StencilGirl and Imagine Blogs at the end of the month.

Here is Today’s July 19th, Blog Hop Artists:
Nadine Carlier (you are here)

July 20th:

July 21 

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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Easy Luggage Tags

Hello! Today I am sharing some super easy luggage tags I created for a family vacation we are going on soon.  I used Deflecto's Flexible Pouches and simply added some scrap paper pieces into them and wrote our names, addresses and phone numbers on them.  You can customize them to however you like. I have made these before but with a cruise theme.

Once you have them decorated the way you like, all you have to do is attached them to your luggage with Deflecto's Pear Clips and you are ready to go!


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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Easy Black & White Wedding Card

Hello! Today I have an easy black & white wedding card using some of the new Brutus Monroe June release stamps.


On the background, I stamped the new Brutus Monroe Heart Lace Background stamp with Brutus Monroe Embossing Ink onto a piece of flourish tissue paper from the Brutus Monroe Butterfly Garden Paper Pad and then embossed it with some Brutus Monroe Alabaster Embossing Powder.


For the darling couple, I used the Brutus Monroe Grow With Me Stamp set and stamped with some Brutus Monroe Raven Detail Ink. For the sentiment, I used the Mr. & Mrs. stamp from the Brutus Monroe Rose Border Stamp Set.


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