Happy Monday! It’s time for another Cards in Envy challenge. Our theme is “Let’s Play Dress Up” which means you can enter any card featuring Halloween Costumes.
The Cards in Envy challenge asks that your cards fit into a standard A2 envelope for ease of mailing, but that doesn’t mean they have to be one layer or clean and simple. You have until November 5th, to enter.
My card today features a digital image by Tiddly Inks which I colored with Copic Markers. The purple features RV99, V17, V15 & V12. The Hair is a unique combination is W9, R59, R56 and E97, a combination I learned from Alyce over at Kit & Clowder in her monthly coloring classes.
We look forward to your “Let’s Play Dress Up cards over at Cards in Envy!
The Crafty Nurse here with some holiday spirit. I love to get my Christmas cards done early so I don’t have to rush around in December when I need them. I’ve used some new and old Technique Junkies stamps to create this vintage style card.
Supplies: MISTI, A Colorful Life’s “Square Fade Stencil,” Distress Paint in Frayed Burlap, Distress ink in Antique Linen, Gold Foiling, Holographic EP, Versamark, WPlus9 Die, Neenah Cardstock, gold cardstock, flitter-glu, and gold flakes.
Directions: Stamp Arabesque using Distress paint on cardstock using MISTI, ink with Distress, DRY completely with heat tool, apply versmark through stencil, apply holographic EP and heat, stamp sentiment using MISTI (a must because of texture), cut card panel using circle die, pop-up center die, stamp snowflake with flitter-glu, foil, buff, and back with gold cardstock.
Technique: Distressed Paint Resist – Stamp using pearl paint, dry, apply distress inks, buff.
Supplies: Pearl Paint, Distress Inks, Sequins, Vellum, EP
Please enjoy 10% off at the Technique Junkies store using TJ10Kathy. Please join us over at the Technique Junkies Facebook Group to share your work. Don’t forget about the monthly challenge for a chance to win a $25.00 gift certificate.
You still have a few days to pick up a 15% discount on the new releases. In the meantime, I hope you are enjoying the Design Team Hop. It’s a treat!
I love this stamp. Matt is a math wizard and it’s perfect to encourage him while he’s busy at college.
The background was actually a happy accident while I was playing with Distress Paint. I had applied color randomly to my craft mat and got a very painterly background. I stamped “Scientific Computation” with silver Hero Arts ink, then clear heat embossed. My sentiment is from “Simple Sentiments #SS03A”
We hope to see you in the Facebook group. Please also use the TJ10Kathy discount code over at the Technique Junkies store! As part of the October Blog Hop, Pat is offering a 15% discount on all the new October Release Stamps.
Happy Monday! It’s time for another Cards in Envy challenge. Our theme is “Blowing in the Wind” which means you can enter any card that has falling leaves on it.
The Cards in Envy challenge asks that your cards fit into a standard A2 envelope for ease of mailing, but that doesn’t mean they have to be one layer or clean and simple. You have until October 15, 2017, to enter.
My card today features WPlus9’s Autumn Leaves set which I gold heat embossed on dark card stock and then colored with primsa color pencils. I finished it off with some Art Anthology Gold spray and a “Thanks” die cut.
We look forward to your “Blowing in the Wind cards over at Cards in Envy!
Is it October already? For me, that means another year older as I celebrate the big 55 this year! It also means it’s time for the Technique Junkie Design Team’s blog hop showcasing the new Technique Junkies new releases for October.
Pat is offering 15% off all October Release Stamps for one-week beginning today! WooHoo! Use my discount code: TJKathy10 for a 10% discount on your other purchases.
Now let’s get on to the goodness!
Stamp: Arabesque #S767
Supplies: A Colorful Life Square Fade Stencil, Art Anthology Stone Effects in Bone, Simon Says Stamp leaf die, Distress Paint in Frayed Burlap
Supplies: Art Anthology Fairy Dust in Sterling Distress Ink, My Favorite Things Die
Supplies: Distress Paint, Embossing Powder, Hero Arts Silver Ink
Stamps: Turn on the Light; #SD754
Supplies: Art Anthology Crackle Stencil, Distress Paint, Cork
Now, that I’ve shown you what I have to offer, I don’t want you to miss any of the other design teams creativity so I encourage you to start hopping at the Technique Junkies Design Team Blog.
If you are arriving from Cheri’s Blog, you in the right place! Gorgeous cards, Cheri!
The next stop is at Jeanne’s Blog.
We hope you enjoy the Technique Junkies October Release Hop! Don’t forget – 15% off October Stamps for the next week only! You can also use my discount code: TJKathy10 for an additional discount on your other purchases.
The Crafty Nurse here with some Autumn splendor using gold foiling. I have a great kit from Indigo Blu, but any sticky glue and foil will do.
Supplies: A Colorful Life’s “Square Fade Stencil”, Delicata Gold Ink, My Favorite Things Flag Die, Flitter Glu, Tricolor foil, Distress Ink.
I love an interesting background and often just try things to see how they work. The base layer of cardstock is colored using extra Distress ink I “mopped up” from my craft mat using a baby wipe and pouncing it on card stock. The next layer is the gorgeous Delicata Gold ink on black card stock using the very detailed Autumn Set of 6 set. For the focal image, I started with more of the mopped up ink then over that I stenciled the Square Fade stencil using a light touch and making sure to heat set. I then stamped the pine cone using Flitterglu and foiled.
I began by embossing Star Collage with Distress embossing powder in Frayed Burlap. I then used my MISTI to stamp the Rustic Pine stamp over the top giving a cool background. My sentiment is heat embossed using Simple Sentiments 3a and I broke out my old postage scissors to cut the edges.
Sure hope you find some time to get your fingers inky today!
Happy Monday! It’s time for another Cards in Envy challenge. This week our theme is “Easy as 1, 2, 3.” These are clean and simple cards.
As a reminder, Cards in Envy asks that your card fit into a standard A2 envelope for ease of mailing, but that doesn’t mean they have to be one layer.
For today’s card, I used Paper Smooches “Falling For You” set to stamp my apple onto patterned paper. To add some dimension, I stamped again on a coordinating paper and fussy cut the apple center. I popped up a few hearts and inked the edges to add more depth to my simple design. To create the circle, I die cut a circle with masking paper and inked inside. The sentiment is also from the set and I thought matched perfectly with the apple theme. I do love this time of year!
Hope we’ll see your “Easy as 1, 2, 3” cards over at the Cards in Envy challenge. You have until October 1st to enter.