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Showing posts with label Teeny Tiny Wishes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Teeny Tiny Wishes. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

For Dad

I'm putting together 100 card kits for a workshop this weekend. I've got lots of people joining me to put them together, but I wanted to have ten different layouts for the cards. By the time I got to my last kit, I was out of layout ideas. Because all of the cards will be sent to Operation Write Home, I decided to use one of their sketches. I also decided this last card should be a Father's Day card.

Supplies:
Stamp - Teeny Tiny Wishes
Card Stock - Chocolate Chip, Crushed Curry, Very Vanilla
DPS - Sweater Weather
Ink - Chocolate Chip

Monday, November 4, 2013

Serene Medley

I've been working with a lot of winter scenes and needed to make a switch. Don't worry, I will be making more winter scenes. For now, though, I thought I would try something a little different. I really like the way it turned out.
Supplies:
Stamps - Serene Silhouettes, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Card Stock - Basic Black, Very Vanilla
DSP - Modern Medley
Ink - Basic Black
Punches - Modern Label, Word Window
Jewels - Pearls
Embossing Powder - Clear

I have discovered that, because the Basic Black ink tends to take a bit longer to dry, if I add clear embossing powder I no longer smudge the ink. Since I started doing this, I have cut my smudging down to nothing!

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Antique Poinsettias

I got to mix a little new with some old. New stamp set and embossing folder, with an older (not retired) stamp set and embellishments.

Supplies: Stamps - Watercolor Winter (new) and Teeny Tiny Wishes (old); Paper - Always Artichoke, Chocolate Chip and Very Vanilla; Ink - Always Artichoke, Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive and Real Red; Embellishments - Woodgrain embossing folder, Antique brad and Pearls (colored with Stampin' Write markers, and Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin ribbon (ret.).

I tend to use traditional Christmas colors. What colors do you use?

Friday, August 31, 2012

Too early for Christmas?

I've begun working on designs for Christmas cards.

Peppermint Cocoa
Supplies: Stamps - Scentsational Season; Framelit - Window Frame; Paper Piercing - Window Frame; Paper - Garden Green and Frostwood Lodge DSP (ret.) on Whisper White; Eyelet board punch, Rhinestone jewel


Hot Christmas Cocoa, with just a little bling on this one. I was inspired by another Stampin' Up! demo (Kim Nolan).


Supplies: Stamps - Scentsational Season and Teeny Tiny Wishes; Paper - Cherry Cobbler (3" x 3-1/4"), Wild Wasabi (3-1/4" x 4-1/4"), Very Vanilla (8-1/2" x 5-1/2" and 2-1/2" x 2-3/4"), and Holly Berry Bouquet (ret.) (2-1/4" x 4-1/4"); Rhinestone jewel, paper piercing, corner punch and Eyelet Boarder punch.


I used the Triple Time Technique to create this card.


Supplies: Ink - Gumball Green and Raspberry Ripple; Stamps - Watercolor Wonder and Christmas Lodge (retired) for sentiment; Paper - Gumball Green and Raspberry Ripple; Gumball Green Satin Stitched ribbon and 3/6" Metallic brads.


Here is one that is quick and easy.


Supplies: Ink - Early Espresso and Always Artichoke; Paper - 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" Very Vanilla (folded in half - base) and Scallop Trim punched, and 2-1/4" x 2-1/4" for the Watercolor Winter stamp; Always Artichoke 2-1/2" x 2-1/2"; Cherry Cobbler 2-3/4" x 5-1/2" and Scallop Trim punched on both long sides, and 3/4" x 5-1/2" (used to line the inside right edge of the card to show under the punched Very Vanilla); Natural Composition DSP 2" x 5-1/2";approximately 6" of Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding ribbon, plus enough for a bow. Distress the edges of the small Very Vanilla, Always Artichoke and Natural Composition pieces.
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