Category Archives: Repeat Impressions
It’s the fourth Wednesday of the Month and time for The House That Stamps Built sketch challenge. You have until Tuesday, October 4th to enter for a chance to win a $25.00 gift certificate at Repeat Impressions.
Here’s the Sketch:
For my card I’ve stamped Repeat Impressions Round Pumpkin 2318-G and Boo 2316-G for a sweet Halloween scene. My spiderwebs are flocked using a rub on from my stash. I applied glossy accents to my round pumpkin and embossed a circle for him to sit on. The flag die is from My Favorite Things.
It’s the third Wednesday of the month and time for The House That Stamps Built photo inspiration challenge. For September we have a back to school theme.
As with all our challenges, let the photo be your guide and use your creativity to inspire you. You have until Tuesday, September 27th to enter for a chance to win a $25.00 gift certificate at Repeat Impressions. If you use a Repeat Impressions stamp, you’ll get an extra entry!
Here’s the inspiration chosen by our Rock Stars:
For the photo challenge I started with Repeat Impressions “Tiny Cupcake 9309-C” which I colored with Copic Markers. I then cut out elements from the Doodlebug “Back to School” paper pack to reflect the school themed items. The frame is a My Favorite Things framed die that I embossed with Repeat Impressions “Star Cluster 2106-G”.
It’s the second Wednesday of the month which means it’s time for a Designers Choice Challenge at The House That Stamp Built! Today, it is Heather’s turn to host our challenge and she has chosen “Happy Birthday Cards”.
For my “Happy Birthday” card I stamped the Repeat Impressions “Mini Cupcake” and colored it with Tombow Markers. I then made a new sentiment using the “Holy Crap” plate 10600″. The sentiment was framed using a black micron and the papers are My Favorite Things.
I look forward to your entries for the “Happy Birthday Card” challenge this week over at The House that Stamps Built. Happy Wednesday!
It’s the first Wednesday of the Month and time for The House That Stamps Built color challenge! You have until Tuesday, September 13th to enter for a chance to win a $25.00 gift certificate at Repeat Impressions. Also, if you use a Repeat Impressions stamps, you will receive an additional entry for a better chance to win.
Here are this weeks colors:
For my card this week I used Repeat Impressions stamp called, “Dress Form 9307-L” which I paper pieced with Theresa Collins “Sweet Afternoon” paper. My oval die is My Favorite things that I distressed with spun sugar.
It’s the fifth Wednesday of the Month and time for The House That Stamps Built Anything Goes challenge. This doesn’t come around too often, but it’s your time to do anything you wish. You have until Tuesday, September 6th to enter for a chance to win a $25.00 gift certificate at Repeat Impressions.
For my card today I had some creative play using Dylusions ink to watercolor with. If you haven’t tried this, it’s so simple. All you do is stamp and emboss your image, spray with water over entire piece and start dropping color. You can use any water based color and Dylusions works very well.
For my card I started by stamping the Repeat Impressions “Flower Power Frame 10202-Q and embossed with white powder. I dropped in Cherry Pie, Funky Fushia, Pure Sunshine, Lemon Zest and Cut Grass. I created a border using a My Favorite Things frame and used the sentiment “Special 8608-D”.
Come join us at The House That Stamps Built, you may be our next winner! If you use a Repeat Impressions Stamp in your design, you’ll get an extra entry!
Oh, and don’t forget to get your discount code from my blogs sidebar when you shop at Repeat Impressions Stamps.
It’s the fourth Wednesday of the Month and time for The House That Stamps Built sketch challenge. You have until Tuesday, August 30th to enter for a chance to win a $25.00 gift certificate at Repeat Impressions.
Here’s the Sketch:
For my card I’ve used a variety of stamps from Plate 2300 at Repeat Impressions though all of the stamps can be purchased separately in the Halloween section of the store. The background began with some play from Brusho’s powders in warm tones. I then did a bit of distress inking and created the embossed background using a Darice Fall Folder.
It’s the second Wednesday of August which means it’s time for a Designers Choice Challenge at The House That Stamp Built! Today, it is my turn to host our challenge and I’ve chosen “Circle Cards”.
For my “Circle” card I stamped the Repeat Impressions “Vase of Tulips” on Watercolor Paper and colored with watercolors. I created a circle card by placing my circle die just outside the top fold using a Sizzix die. I added the sentiment from “Plate 8600″, which has some great sentiments. I finished off with recollections gems.
I look forward to your entries for the “Circle Card” challenge this week over at The House that Stamps Built. Happy Wednesday!
I was digging through my stash the other day and found some gorgeous mulberry paper and wanted to share how to use this supply for your focal image.
Lets get started!
For this project the supplies you’ll need are:
- Mulberry Paper (larger than your focal image)
- Embossing Powder
- Distress Ink and tools
- Repeat Impressions Stamps of your choice, I used: 2908-I, Shade of the Elm, 5131-I Pine Silhette, and 8600 Plate of Sentiments
- Stamp-a-ma-jig – optional
Begin by treating your piece of mulberry paper with an embossing buddy or powder. This helps so the embossing powder doesn’t stick.
Stamp and apply your powder to the mulberry – I used gold.
Emboss you image with a heat gun. I used “Shade of Elm” Make sure before you apply the heat to let your tool heat up for a few minutes so when you do emboss, it’s quick.
Now we are going to make a “torn edge”. To do that, take your aqua or water brush and paint a line around your image. You can create a square, a circle, or an oval. For that matter you can draw any shape you like.
I used a square for my shape but rounded the edges in my final project.
To get the torn edge, just pull the mulberry toward you while it is still wet.
Here is the final mulberry stamped piece.
To create the background of your card, choose an image with texture. I stamped “Pine Silhouette” and clear embossed.
I then distressed with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink.
Then applied water splatters.
Wipe off the extra ink over the embossing.
Apply a clear stick glue to the back.
Adhere to your project.
Stamp your sentiment. I used the Stamp-a-Majig to stamp Plate 8600 sentiment, “Wishing you Happy”.
Finally, put all your elements together for your final card.
It’s the first Wednesday of the month and that means it’s time for a color challenge at The House that Stamps Built. You can choose either Pink or Yellow as your third color in addition to black and grey.
The Challenge is open through Tuesday, August 9th and there is a $25.00 prize for our random winner. You don’t have to use Repeat Impressions stamps, but if you do, an extra entry is waiting for you.
Now let’s get started with the colors we choose this week:
I began by stamping the Repeat Impressions sentiment, “Life is not” in the center of the card and heat embossing with clear powder. I masked that off the sentiment and then stamped several of the Flower Separates “Daisy Outline Large, Daisy Solid, Small, Mum Outline”, “Flower Cluster Detail, and Flower Cluster Solid”. I finished off by using a Clear Gelly Roll Pen.
I can’t wait to see what you come up with in your color challenge for What If Wednesday at The House that Stamps Built.
It’s the fourth Wednesday of the Month and time for The House That Stamps Built sketch challenge. You have until Tuesday, August 2nd to enter for a chance to win a $25.00 gift certificate at Repeat Impressions.
Here’s the Sketch:
This sketch is perfect for using the Repeat Impressions Vertical Party Negative 5910-M. I chose to keep it vertical instead of askew, but that’s okay as the sketch is inspiration and doesn’t have to be followed exactly. The sentiment is also from the vertical stamps called, Birthday Vertical 6104-J. The medium used is Twinkling H2o’s. I stamped with versamark, then white heat embossed the stamps, painting over with the twinkling paint.