Friday, January 30, 2015

Sassy Studio with Embellies

Today is my last post for Sassy Studio Designs. They are sponsoring the
Brown Sugar Challenge
The theme is:
3 different embellishments


My different embellishments are the snowflake stickers, the metal happy holidays, and the brads. I printed the image out onto Cryogen carsdtock and colored her in with Copic markers. Then I die cut her out with a Sizzix die and inked the inside with distress ink. The aqua patterned paper is by Provo Craft and the pink papers are by Die Cuts With a View. The die cut the sentiment is on is by Design Objectives. 

Thanks for looking.


Thursday, January 29, 2015

Dreamweaver Stencil birthday

I have a new card to share for Dreamweaver Stencils. I used the Cathedral Windows small stencil with white embossing paste. Then I lightly applied Fx powder to the image. The sentiment is by Stampendous which I stamped onto a Spellbinders die cut. The patterned paper is by My Mind's Eye and the washi tape is by Ki Memories.


Stop by the Dreamweaver'sblog and all the other Design Team blogs:

Thanks for looking.


Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Through the Craft Room Door

There's a new challenge at Through the Craft Room Door this Tuesday. We are sponsored by Paola Jofre.

I colored the image in with Copic markers and then matted the image with Bazzill cardstock. The card base is by Recollections and the pink cardstock is by Core'dinations. The border punch is by EK Success and I cut the sentiment label out of my Cricut. The stamp and ink for the sentiment is by Hero Arts. 

Thanks for looking.


Monday, January 26, 2015

Manly Monday Saw

Welcome back to Manly Monday. I had to make the executive decision to only allow 10 cards on the Manly Monday post. So If you sent me an email I will run your card next week. Please click on the blog name to be directed to the masculine card. Leave them some love.

Veerle's Kaarten Hoekje

My Craft Journey


Cards and Cats
No photo but still visit her blog
(I cannot for the life of me get png's to work right with what I do. Sorry)

Margreet's Scrapcards

The Little Stamper

Made by Helen

Pink Room Therapy

My card today uses stamps by Papertrey Ink. I used the strip of bolts as my background pattern by stamping them over and over again in rows. The I adhered that white cardstock to a grey card base top folding card. The grey frame and the die cut the sentiment are cut out using my Cricut. I matted the frame with some black cardstock also by Recollections. The saw stamp was stamped with Hero Arts Charcoal ink and die cut out using its matching die. Then I stamped the sentiment.

Thanks for looking.


Saturday, January 24, 2015

Happy Birthday Tree Branch

I have a birthday card to share today. The background stamp and tree branch stamps are by Hero Arts. The background is stamped in Versa Mark ink and heat embossed with white Stampendous embossing powder. The tree is stamped in Stampin Up brown and colored in with Distress Markers by Ranger. The sentiment is by Just Rite in the same brown ink as the tree branch.

The green ribbon is from my mom's stash, so no manufacturer but the orange baker's twine is by Jillibean Soup. The blue cardstock and white card base are by Recollections and the white strip for the sentiment is Neenah Solar White. After I colored the tree branch I die cut it out with a Spellbinders scalloped oval die. 

That's all for today. Thanks for looking.



Friday, January 23, 2015

It's Your Day

Today's card is nice and simple with a touch of feminine charm. The flower stamp is Stampendous and I heat embossed it with clear embossing powder on Cryogen cardstock. Then I colored it in with Copic markers and generously sprayed it with water mixed with Perfect Pearls to give it that special sparkle. I fussy cut the flower out and layered it on top of two different Spellbinders dies. The white cardstock is by Recollections and the pink is by Color-Aid. The patterned paper is by Stampin Up and the seam is covered by two ribbons by Fiskars. The butterfly punch is from my stash which I think it's a Martha Stewart punch that I borrowed from someone at a crop. I covered the butterfly with a gold clear Wink of Stella pen to make it shimmery. 

Thanks for looking.


http://inthepinkchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ Pink and pearlie (Perfect Pearls)
http://blog.red-rubber-designs.com/ Focused on stamping AG
http://cutitupchallenges.blogspot.com/ Embossing with die cuts
http://simplycreatetoo.blogspot.com/Mother's day or female card

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Dreamweaver Stencils Birthday

Hi everyone. I ave a new card using Dreamweaver Stencils and a Stampendous sentiment stamp

I used the Hot Air Balloon stencil by applying white embossing paste to the stencil and letting it dry. Then I applied Fx metallic powders over the raised area. The die cut the balloon is on is also by Dreamweaver Stencils called Nesting Frames.

The blue cardstock die cut was cut out with my Cricut and the sentiment die cut is by Sizzix. The glitter cardstock on the left is by Coredinations.

Thanks so much for looking.



Challenges:

Sassy Manly Thursday

I have just a few more posts to go and my Sassy Studio Designs GDT term will be ending. Today's card is for the Thursday challenge where the theme is It's raining men.


I used Lager Pin Up Sassy (It's about half way down) and I printed her out onto Cryogen cardstock. I colored her with Copic markers and die cut her out with a Spellbinders die where I inked the inside of the die with distress ink by Ranger Industries. Then for the foam of the beer I mixed Stardust powdered chalk with paint, both by Stamp N Plus and painted the foam in. The background paper on top is by Stampin Up and the bottom is by Hot off the Press. The floss is by Karen Foster and the sentiment is by Momenta.

Thanks for looking.




Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Sparkly Sassy Elsa

My card today is for the Sassy Studio Designs sponsorship for 
theme is Sparkle


I printed Elsa on Cryogen cardstock and colored her in with Copic Markers. I added Stardust powdered chalk mixed with paint, both by Stamp N Plus, to her cape. Then I die cut her out with a Lawn Fawn die cut and matted that die cut with blue cardstock by Bazzill. The glitter background cardstock is by Core'dinations and I dry embossed it on the top left and bottom right corners with a Gina Marie embossing folder. The ribbon I used to cover the seams is by Stampin Up. The one small snowflake is a punch by Creative Memories and the other two I cut out using my Cricut. I then covered them with adhesive and sprinkled them with SNP's fine white glitter. 

Thanks for looking.

Monday, January 19, 2015

Manly Monday Journey

Hey everyone! It's still Monday where I am so I'm trying to get this out for you all to look see at the fun manly makes by 8 lovely ladies willing to share their talent here on Cre8iveCindy. Click on the blog name to be directed to the masculine card and be sure to leave them some love.









What a great collection of masculine cards. Thanks ladies.

My card uses a map stamp by Stampin Up which I white heat embossed on Ranger's distress watercolor paper. I added distress ink to the land in brown hues and the sea in blue hues. The blue cardstock is by Bazzill and I stamped a Stampin Up sentiment on it but I changed it ever so slightly. At the end of You I wrote a R to make it Your and the little charm thingy says journey. One of the ladies at church was looking for something like this for someone heading out on a mission trip.

Thanks for looking.



Saturday, January 17, 2015

Anna from Frozen Sassy January Release

It's release day at Sassy Studio Designs. And I’m a guest designer.
My card uses Braid Heart and I printed her out on to Cryogen cardstock so I could color her in with Copic markers. Then I fussy cut her out and started arranging my cardstock and some special details. The die cut has no manufacturer because it was a prototype from a die company. Isn't it lovely? I think so. I did ink the inside of the die with distress ink after I embossed it.


The white background is a frame and I wanted to make a frame within the frame. Here's what I did, I took Clearly Besotted Dandelion Dreams stamp set and used all the sizes to stamp around the outside of the white cardstock with Versa Mark ink. Then I heat embossed the stamps with white embossing powder. Then I mixed together Stardust powdered chalk with paint, both by Stamp N Plus, and painted over the entire white and orange cardstock. 


Here she is close up. I'm not the best coloring artist but I'm trying my best to not be embarrassed of what I color/create with the Copic markers. They say practice, practice, and practice more to get good at them. 


I also wanted to tell you about my Sassy Studio Designs Pinterest board where I keep adding more and more cards that I find with Sassy images. Check it out.
Thanks for looking.

Make A Wish w Elsa

Sassy Studio Designs is sponsoring a movie theme challenge at


I printed Elsa on Cryogen cardstock and colored her in with Copic Markers. Then I die cut her out with a Spellbinders die cut and while the image was still in the die I inked the inside with Ranger's distress ink. I combined Stardust powdered chalk and paint by Stamp N Plus together and used the mixture medium with a paint brush to paint in the cape. The background of the card base is a polka dot stencil by Heidi Swapp that I inked with distress ink and an ink blender tool. The card base is by Recollections and the border is by Creative Memories. The sentiment is a tag that I cut out with my Cricut. The sentiment stamp is by Clearly Besotted with Hero Arts charcoal ink.

Thanks for looking.


Thursday, January 15, 2015

Christmas Cards all Year Round

The new challenge at Christmas Cards all Year Round started on Jan 1st and the theme is anything goes Christmas. Today is the mid month post with a new card.

I made this card with a stamp by Hero Arts and ink by Stampin Up. I fussy cut the image out and set an eyelet by Making Memories at the top. Then I placed Martha Stewart gold string through the eyelet and taped it onto the back. The upper patterned paper is by Karen Foster and the lower is by Hot off the Press. The sentiment die cut is by My Mind's Eye. The lace is old from MIL's stash. This card size is 5x7 which is odd for me.

Thanks for looking.


Challenges:

Thursday Elsa Sassy

Sassy Studio Designs new Thursday challenge is 

It's my Thang
which means use your favorite color combo.


Since I've been making so many Elsa cards, I figured my favorite colors right now are blue and white. I printed Elsa on Cryogen cardstock and colored her in with Copic Markers. Then I die cut her out with a Creative Memories cutting system oval and I inked the edges with Ranger's distress ink. Elsa's cape is colored in with Stardust powdered chalk mixed paint both by Stamp N Plus. I just mix the two together and apply it to the image with a paint brush. The paper behind Elsa is white cardstock by Recollections that I also painted with the chalk mixture. then I border cut the edges and corners with a punch by Martha Stewart.

The background patterned paper is by Making Memories, the cardstock on the bottom is dry embossed with a Spellbinders folder and the seam is covered by a EK Success border punch out of Coredinations glitter paper. I used the same glitter paper on the small Sizzix die cut at the bottom, behind the die cut hello. The sentiment die cut is by Spellbinders.

Wow, that was a ton of product in one little card. Hopefully I didn't bore you to tears. Thanks for looking.


Challenges:
Ema-gination Station- Anything goes

Sassy Studio Elsa Friend

I have a new sponsorship card for Sassy Studio Designs. It is for the challenge blog Aud Sentiments and the challenge is anything goes with a sentiment.


I used the Elsa inspired digi stamp. I printed her out onto Cryogen cardstock and colored her in with Copi Markers. Then I die cut her out with a Spellbinders die and inked the inside of the die with distress ink. The background paper is by Three Bugs in A Rug and the border is by Creative Memories. I embellished with a snowflake brad by The Paper Studio and a sticker by Jolee's. The sentiment and ink are by Hero Arts on a die cut from my Cricut. 


Thanks for looking.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

TTCRD Challenge Dr Digi

The new anything goes challenge at Through the Craft Room Door starts today. 

We are sponsored by Dr Digi House of Stamps

I had a really hard time choosing which image to use for my design team card. I selected 
because I have lots of NASCAR fans that receive birthday cards from us.

I printed Phil out onto Cryogen cardstock and colored him in with Copic markers. I die cut him out with a Sizzix oval die and while the image was still in the die I inked the inside with Ranger's distress ink. The patterned paper is from yesterday's POST and it is by Creative Imaginations. The other side is fun for guys too and is really the reason I bought the paper. 

The checked border on the left side is a rolling stamp by Stampin Up (old school). The sentiment I believe is a stamp by Close to my Heart on white Recollections cardstock with Stampin Up Real Red cardstock behind it. 

That's all for now. Thanks for looking.


http://craftycardmakers.blogspot.com/ Something old (rolling stamp), something new (DP)


Monday, January 12, 2015

Manly Monday Hit the Road

Late edition of Manly Monday. My ability to get to the basement is not getting better but I went to the doctors today and they are starting some tests. I only have my own card for tonight and it was so easy to make. The car is patterned paper that I bought for the other side but once I cut it up I had this perfect car image left over. Red cardstock beneath the patterned aper is by Stampin Up. The sentiment stamp is by Inkadinkado and the little nuts and bolts stamp is by Stampendous-TY for the Christmas gift of this stamp set. The ink for the stamps is by Hero Arts. 

Thanks for looking.


http://craftybootschallenges.blogspot.com/ Out with the old (SU CS) in with new (stamp set)
http://craftycardmakers.blogspot.com/Out with old in with new-See above

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Elsa with Banners

Today on the Outlaws challenge Sassy Studio Designs is the sponsor for their banner challenge. I made this card using the SSD image Elsa. I colored her with Copic Markers and then colored her cape with powdered chalk mixed with paint by Stamp N Plus. It gives the cape a perfect shimmer. The banners and blue die cut  were cut out using my Cricut. The embossed background is by Cuttlebug. 

Thanks for looking.