Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Top 3 Challenge 365

This week was a tough choice for sure. So many great cards using this sketch. Our Top 3 are...


Stempelset: "Tuscan Vinyard" en "Happy Birthday Gorgeous". Kleuren: Rich Razzleberry, Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake, Old Olive.  Speciaal gemaakt voor de challenge op #TSOT365 Stampin' Up! by Sandra Kleine

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Congratulations Ladies and thanks to everyone else that entered a card as well. 

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Tic Tac Tue #3 - Ends May 27th

We have more masculine board today to prepare for Father's Day that is coming up. We cant wait to see what you come up with for this one. Please include which row/s you use it helps us a lot. Thanks!

(center vertical row: Emboss-Blue_Outdoors)

(diagonal - green, blue, stripes)


(Horizontal Row 3: Green - Outdoors - Oval)

(Center Horizontal Row Wood-Blue-Distressed)

(Center Vertical Row,  Emboss, Blue, Outdoors)

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Top 3 - Challenge 364

This week we had a tough choice there were so many great cards and so many pretty butterflies. I know I personally love to see you use the optional theme and just as much love to see what other ideas you come up with to use the sketch or most everyone flipped the sketch a bit. Lovely job everyone. 

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

April Featured Projects

We had a few challenges with just a few entries so I decided to just do one post for this month.

Top 3 for Challenge 363




Animal Outing - Mama and son - Colours: Crumb Cake, Pool Party, Very Vanilla and Blueberry Bushel. Stamps: Animal Outing, Swirly Frames and Wood Words.  Made especially for Try Stampin' On Tuesday Challenge #363. Stampin' Up! by Sandra Kleine รข™¡

Color Challenge - Mudmaven

Challenge 362 - Joanna

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

May Technique Challenge

Hello Everyone, Dawn here:
It is my turn for the monthly technique challenge.  
I am going to share with you -- color resist -- to try this month.
Now, you can use embossing powders and masks to hide where you want to avoid color but we're going to use a white crayon.
I like to use this technique when I'm on the go and don't have access to my craft room tools or heat gun. 
 It's just a dollar store crayon, nothing fancy at all.
You're going to need some ink to blend and a blending tool and a fun stamp. 
 I tend to work with flowers when using this technique and white card stock.  But I guess with the right choice of inks you could work with colored stock as well.
The stamp I'm using I got at Michael's during their 50% off stamp sale and it's by Cam & Chloe.
Stamp your image so you get a nice bold/clean impression and let it dry.  (I used StazOn only because my other ink pad needs to be reinked)  

Then just color in the areas you want to resist with your white crayon. 
 I'm going to color in the flower centers and petals.  It's that easy.   

You may need to tilt the paper in the light to make sure you have all the coverage you want, white on white can be hard to see under certain lighting.

Once you have everything covered that you want, let the color flow with your ink.

I'm going to use Distress Inks: Antique Linen,  Tumbled Glass and Shaded Lilac on one -- Fossilized Amber, Rusty Hinge and Fired Brick on the other --- just to give you two different looks on the same stamp.

This technique is great for single layer cards too where you mask off the area and stamp, color and blend.. because you're not using a heat gun, the paper won't warp on you at all. 

Once you're done and have the coverage you want - take a paper towel and wipe over your piece ... 

just trim it down (or not - if you masked it off) and add it to your fun.

I can't wait to see what you share with this .... let's have some fun!!

Here are my finished cards for this project


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