Thursday, January 11, 2018

Thank You Card Using A Resist Technique

Hello! Today I am making an impact with some black and white. Not all cards need to be colorful! For my card today I share how to do a resist technique using a Prima stencil, VersaMark, and Fireworks! Spray from Imagine. This really is an easy technique and the results are so cool! So grab a stencil and some Fireworks! Spray and let's get started....


Below is a video tutorial showing the resist technique and how I made my card.
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Here are some close-up photos of my card. Check out the shimmer from the Fireworks Spray!




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Saturday, January 6, 2018

When I Grow Up Card

Hello! Today I am sharing a card I made using the super cute new Brutus Monroe When I Grow Up Military Girl Stamp and the new Brutus Monroe Abstract Art Stamp Set.


For the background, I used the scribble stamps from the Abstract Art Stamp Set and stamped them with Brutus Monroe Jurassic, Sage and Suede Surface Ink on light gray cardstock. Then I flicked a few drops of the Brutus Monroe Sterling Liquid Elements.


The cute little military girl I colored in with several different greens of the Stylefile Markers, fussy cut her out then and adhered her to the front of my card with some 3D Foam Squares. You can find all the Brutus Monroe When I Grow Up Stamp Sets HERE.


For the sentiment, I took a wood veneer title "shine" and colored it with the Jurassic Surface Ink and adhered it to the front of the card. To create the sparkle on her goggles, I used a Wink Of Stella Brush in Clear and added some sequins and then I was done.


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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Easy DIY New Year's Eve Party Hat

Hello! It's almost time to get your party hats on! How much fun would it be to have your very own custom New Year's Eve hat this year? Or if you don't like to go out for New Year's you can also use this cute hat as a decoration.  Imagine has lots of gold and silver products that would work amazingly to create your own hat.


Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how I made my New Year's Eve party hat.
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Click HERE for the link to print the Party Hat template.

I took a photo of what the Delicata Inks look like before I added the irRESISTible to it just so you could see how pretty they are.


Here it is with the irRESISTible Pico Embellisher on it. The photo doesn't show the pretty color of the Delicata as well.


I love the look of layers of embossing powder on die cuts. It adds so much dimension.


I also love this Glitter Double Faced Satin Ribbon in Silver from The Ribbon Place. If you mention that I sent you when placing an order from The Ribbon Place you will get a free gift.


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Thursday, December 21, 2017

Santa Hat Chair Cover with Joy

Instead of having the standard place cards on your table setting this year, how about personalizing their chair with a festive Santa hat place setting?


You Will Need:

Joy® Iron-on Embroidered Letter - White
Santa Hat Chair Cover
Iron


This seriously could not be an easier project! I got the Santa hat chair covers from the Dollar Tree and all I had to do was iron the letter in place following the directions on the letter sheet package. Super easy! You can also glue the letters in place with fabric glue if desired.

The letters look just like as if they were embroidered on, no will know the difference! :)


Joy iron-on, embroidered letters and numbers are available in a variety of sizes, colors, and fonts at your local craft stores.

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Easy New Year Party Favors

I can't believe that New Years is just around the corner! I made some super easy New Years party favors to give out to all of our friends this year using some Rinea Foiled Paper and ribbon from The Ribbon Place.


Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how I made my New Years party favors.
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I love how the Gift Satin Cyclone Swirl Ribbon from The Ribbon Place goes with the Silver/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper from Rinea. Isn't it gorgeous ribbon? Plus if you mention that, Nadine sent you when you place an order from The Ribbon Place and you will get a free gift.


Rinea Foiled Paper is sandwiched between two thin pieces of foil so when you do things link roll it around a pencil it will hold its shape like the swirls I did at the ends of the party favors.


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