Wed 18

Bramble Collage, Little Bunny Trio and Cherry Blossom Elements by Jean Okimoto

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The new Bramble Collage - cut from a Cottage Meadow print - creates a spring bunny scene.  Add some glittered flowers from the Cherry Blossom Elements and dot the centers with Open Studio Glitter Glue.  Hello, Jean Okimoto here with an Easter design for you.

Cut the Cottage Meadow print with the largest Wrapped Stitch Rectangles die.  Cut the rectangle with the Bramble Collage.  

Cut Sweet Bunny and two of the Little Bunny Trio from the white Delicate Pastels 6x6 glittered cardstock.  The smallest bunny is cut from the reverse side so he faces left.

Attach the diecuts to a top-folded green A2 card.  

Cut Cherry Blossom Elements from pink glitered cardstock.  Attach the flowers to the card - add dots of Butterscotch Glow glitter glue.

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There are so many great ways to use the new Cottage Meadow 6x6 set.  The colors are bright and fresh - try them on your next card!  

Thanks for visiting!

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Tue 17

Lucky To Know You
by Donna Sledzik

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Happy St. Patrick's Day!  Today I have a card for you that could be something other than a St. Patty's Day card. I have several birthdays in March and this card could easily be used for all of them.

To create this card I used apiece of Yupo paper to make an alcohol inked background for my shamrock to sit on.

I only used a few colors to create a very subtle color scheme for my card.

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I used the new glitter paper to cut 3 hearts each, from the Double Stitch Loving Heart Die set and the Double Stitch Happy Heart Die set.  

I glued some thread to my card background and glued the heart die cuts on top of it. Using the same glitter paper I hand cut a stem for the shamrock and glued it in place on the card.

On a strip of black cardstock, I white embossed my sentiment and used foam adhesive tape to adhere it to the card.

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To finish the card I adhered my card front to a black cardstock mat and used foam adhesive tape to glue it to my white card base.

Thanks for stopping by today!

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Mon 16

Twiggy Nest, Small Clutch of Eggs, Little Bunny Trio, Matinee Rectangle Layers, and lots of Glitter Paper
by Anne Thompson

How about that Little Bunny Trio robbing the Twiggy Nest of its glittery Small Clutch of Eggs?!  That's the Easter Bunny scenario I had in my mind as I pulled out dies and papers to create this card.   That Easter bunny has to get his eggs somewhere!

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To begin, I used one of the larger dies in the MATINEE RECTANGLE LAYERS 94438 to cut one of the lighter glitter papers from the DELICATE PASTEL GLITTER PAD GP1001.  I adhered this to a Meadow notecard with Scor-Tape.  I then cut a smaller rectangle from the Matinee Rectangle Layers using Key Lime Dots paper.  I attached that to the glitter rectangle using more Scor-Tape.

Next I die cut the TWIGGY NEST 94424 using a bright green glitter paper from the TWINKLING JEWEL GLITTER PAD GP1003.  I used a little glue to stick the bottom of the nest onto the Key Lime paper.

I cut lots of eggs from the Twinkling Jewel Glitter Pad with the SMALL CLUTCH OF EGGS die 94456.  This die cuts three large and three small eggs each time.  I used Glue Dots on the backs of the eggs to tuck them into the nest among the twigs which also helped to secure the top of the nest to the card panel.

I used a pink glitter paper from the Delicate Pastel Glitter Pad to cut out the LITTLE BUNNY TRIO 94455.  I put a foam dot on the back of the largest bunny and added him to the Key Lime rectangle.

To finish the front of the card I tied some lime dotted ribbon in a bow.  On the inside I added another of the larger Matinee Rectangle Layers cut from Key Lime dot paper with a smaller white cardstock one on top where I can write my message.

 

the second card

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This time I used a Birch Press Design Persimmon notecard and one of the printed papers from the COTTAGE MEADOW PAPERS PP1003 for the card base layer.  I tucked a glitter paper Matinee Rectangle in the upper right corner so I wouldn't cover up too many of the corner flowers.  I assembled the nest and its eggs in the same way as before and this time used all three glittery bunnies at the bottom of the card.  I added a large pink satin ribbon bow to the edge of the nest to finish this card.

I have a good start now on crafting Easter cards.  There are sooo many great products to use from the Spring 2020 Collection!!!  What have you been doing with the new glitter papers and glitter glues?  Post your creations in this month's challenge!

Happy Crafting!

Anne Signature

 

 

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Twiggy Nest 94424

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Sat 14

Copic Coloring on Glitter Paper
by Michelle Bala

46                                                                                             Michelle here! Hope you're all feeling well and taking care of yourselves! Did you catch Dave's video on how he colored the new glitter cardstock with Copic Markers? I did and gave it a try...and loved it!!! Watch it when you can!                                                                                                                                          47                                                                                             I used the Fractal Diamond Stencil and distress oxide inks in shades tumbled glass, mermaid lagoon, and chipped sapphire. Than I splattered some white and gold paint. Set aside to dry. I die cut the Splendid Poppy Stems from the Delicate Pastel Glitter Pad and used some Copic Markers to add color. I can't believe how much it sparkles!!! I used B63, B94 and G29. I added some white dots with a gel pen. I separated the poppy stems and tied them together with bakers twine. I embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder. The sentiment is from the stamp set Birthday Rose Corner clear stamp. For a finishing touch I added some sequins.

48                                                                                              For this next card I followed the same technique with the stencil as my background. I used the Tulip Oval Collage to die cut from the same Pastel Glitter Pad. I colored the tulips and stems with Copic Markers in shades B63, B94 and G14. I trimmed the glitter cardstock to 5 x 5. I stamped and trimmed the sentiments from the set Big and Little Spring clear stamp. For a finishing touch I added some squins.

Thanks for stopping by!

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Sat 14

Snow Bunny, Springtime Bouquet, Twinkling Jewel and Poppystamps Brilliant Rings by Jean Okimoto

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Want to add some sunshine to your life?  I hope the lovable Snow Bunny and pretty Springtime Bouquet prints will brighten your day!  Hello, Jean Okimoto here with my favorite bunny and some fresh spring colors. I've used many more colors and pieces than usual - but I think we could use some sunshine and a reason to smile today.  Hope you agree!

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Attach label paper or a sticker sheet to white felt and diecut the Snow Bunny pieces. The paper backing stabilizes the felt and keeps adhesives from saturating the fabric.  Cut the eyes (black), nose (pink) and one paw pad (gray) from cardstock.  Cut the tummy and ear sections from the lavender Springtime Bouquet 6x6 prints.  Assemble the bunny.

Snow Bunny was introduced in 2017 and is one of my favorite Memory Box sets.  It's from the Deep Edge dies collection that's also perfect for cutting multiple layers for fabric arts projects. We love him at Impress, and at Stamps and Memories in Hawaii.  Ask your Retailer to order him for you soon...we don't know when he might decide to retire.  He's very versatile and can be used to create puppies, bears, koalas and pandas too. Please scroll thru my Instagram for a few examples.  

Cut the new Poppystamps Brilliant Rings from the yellow Twinkling Jewel 6x6 glitter cardstock.  

Cut the Springtime Bouquet floral print with the 2-¾" x 4" Rectangle Basics die.  Stamp the greeting - from the new Sunflower Wreath Clear Stamps Set - on yellow cardstock.

Score, fold and cut a green A-6 card (4-½" x 6-¼").  Attach the diecuts - don't use any adhesive behind his poufy cheeks.  Attach the greeting with foam dots near the right side.

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Have fun creating some extra Snow Bunnies from the pretty prints in the new Cottage Meadow and Springtime Bouquet 6x6 sets.  Add glittery accents from the Twinkling Jewel and Delicate Pastel Glitter Packs too.  They'll be perfect for Easter, baby cards and little birthday celebrations.

Thanks for visiting!

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Fri 13

Birthday Rose Corner Stamps & Dies
by Vicki Finger

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Hello everyone!  Vicki here with you today! If you are a regular visitor over at my blog, you know that I am taking a watercolor class right now, so I was very anxious to ink up this beautiful new set from the Memory Box Spring 2020 Collection.  The Birthday Rose Corner Stamp Set is a large 6 x 8 Stamp Set and the main image takes up the entire front of a 5 x 7 card!  There is also a coordinating die for that large image.

I like top folding tent-style cards because they are easier for the recipient to display if they want to.  I don't keep top folding card bases on hand in that size, so I cut a sheet of Brutus Monroe's "Not Your Mama's #130 lb. Cardstock" in half horizontally.  Then I cut one piece down to a 5 x 7-inch panel and the other piece down to a 5 x 7.5-inch panel.  Score the longer piece at .5 inches, fold it over and burnish that fold, then use score tape to adhere the front panel (the longer piece) to the back panel along that 1/2 inch wide fold.  I don't have any 12 x 12 cardstock in a heavy enough weight for a cardbase, so this works fantastic.

For the large image, I used Fabriano Artistico Extra White Cold Pressed Paper.  To me, this looks and feels identical to the Arches Cold Pressed Extra White Watercolor Paper.  You can only buy the Arches in large sheets at a Craft and Hobby Store (like Hobby Lobby) which you then have to cut down.  I love that the Fabriano comes in many sizes and it is the whitest 100% cotton paper you can buy, being even a bit whiter than the Arches Extra White.  I really enjoy using the 5 x 7 blocks for my purposes.  If you want to get more serious about doing watercolor, you definitely have to get serious about the paper you use.  I have both brands available, but I do like the little bit brighter white of the Fabriano.  I stamped the image in Versamark and heat embossed it using Simon Says Stamp Antique Gold Embossing Powder to heat set it.  It is harder to get a good impression the first time with the texture of the watercolor paper, so be sure to use a MISTI tool to do your stamping.  Also, because the image is so large, you have to move your magnet around, to be sure you got the whole image.  

If you are heat embossing your image, be sure to use plenty of powder tool as the embossing powder does like to stick a bit into all that texture.  Be sure to check and sweep away with a small dry paintbrush, any stray bits of embossing powder before you start melting the powder with your heat tool.

I've been buying Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolors a couple of tubes at a time for over a year and just created my first palette with swatches last weekend.  Right now I have 25 colors.  I have about a dozen on my wishlist that I'll get in a few weeks. But I have a great selection of colors right now.  I just need to fill in a few shades that I don't have.  Bleus and greens mainly.  I have Silver Black Brushes since I've been working on watercolor looks for a few years now.  I think most crafters prefer the Silver Black Velvet Line of Brushes. Until now, I liked using reinkers with a water brush or my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers.  The trouble with the Zigs is that they aren't lightfast and fade-resistant, so the color fades very quickly.  I was frustrated with that, so I've been waiting for the right time to make the change.  When the class came up, I decided now was the time.  *Ü*

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This is just simple watercoloring of a really large, beautiful, image.  There are so many different watercolor techniques and I'm finding that I really love the very organic feel of wet on wet watercoloring.  My next lesson is No Line Watercoloring using some special ink called Fadeout Ink.  In another week or so, I'm sure there will be another card here on my blog showing my progress.  The class is "work at your own pace" and lifetime access, which is great for me. I know this is far from perfect, but it is perfectly respectable! I am anxious to show you other watercolor techniques as time allows.  I want to do last week's set, Wild Rose Stem, again using the wet on wet technique.  It's such a different look.

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For this card, I had a little trouble deciding whether or not to mount the watercolor image onto colored cardstock, but the simple elegance of white on white is always beautiful, so I kept it very simple. It's very hard to tell, but I did pop the whole image up by using foam tape.  This would be a great image for a double thickness of foam tape if you want to try that.  I always need birthday cards so I know this will be a set I use often.  

The Daniel Smith Watercolors I used are Deep Sap Green, Diopside Green, Rose of Ultramarine, Quinacridone Rose and Moonglow to deepen the shadows.  I wanted to keep it to 6 or fewer colors and experiment with mixing some of my own colors.  Rose of Ultramarine will be a favorite for its Sugarplum color. You might remember that purple-y-pink shade is a favorite of mine.  Pink and Purple are my two favorite colors so this is the best of both worlds.  Add that little pop of gold embossing and it's heaven on earth for me. 

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I hope you enjoyed this project and that you might be inspired to try your hand at watercoloring.  This is a big improvement from last week's card, so I totally feel very happy with my result.  Watercolor is definitely not quick cardmaking, but I find it very soothing so I don't mind taking the time to do something like this.  

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Thu 12

Adriana Pop Up Easel Set, Little Bunny Trio and Half a Dozen Eggs by Jean Okimoto

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The Little Bunny Trio, Adriana Pop Up Easel Set and a Cottage Meadow 6x6 print create an Easter scene in bright spring pastels.  Hi, Jean Okimoto here with another pop up easel  design - using the new Adriana Set in its original vertical, delicately diecut format.

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Cut the detailed botanical layer and its solid background from medium green cardstock.  Cut the larger card base from  slightly darker green cardstock.  Fold the little tab backwards and attach a strip of Scor-Tape to the top of the tab.  Attach the lighter green layers to the tab.

Cut the 2" tall egg - from the Half a Dozen Eggs set - from the pink floral Cottage Meadow 6x6.  Cut Little Bunny Trio from the white Delicate Pastel Glitter 6x6.  Cut the trio again from watercolor paper.  Attach the watercolor paper bunnies behind the glittered bunnies for dimension.

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Prep the inside of the card with the embossing powder tool.  Stamp the greeting - from the Big and Little Spring Clear Stamps Set - with VersaMark.  Emboss it with Iridescent Opaque Mboss Powder from Imagine Crafts.

The Adriana set includes dies to cut decorative "stoppers" to keep the cards standing vertically instead of flopping down.  Cut two of the smallest stopper, layer them for dimension and attach them inside the card.

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Hope you'll experiment with different ways of using the versatile Adriana Pop Up Easel Set - with a large flower or heart,  butterflies, a simple greeting or quote.  It could also frame a a photo or display a small calendar.  

Big thanks to everyone from last Saturday's SIMPLY ASIAN class at Impress!  Hope you liked the origami fish and the contemporary cards we created.  Special thanks to Jenny for her tasty popcorn assortment - and for thoughtfully providing individual bowls for everyone!   Thanks too - Ann, Erin and Lynne - for helping us fill those shopping baskets again!

No classes for me this week...I'll see everyone again at the SPRING THINGS class on March 28th. 

Thanks for visiting...see you again on Saturday

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Tue 10

Daisies or Sunflowers
by Michelle Bala

45                                                                                             Michelle here! Don't you love it when a stamp can do double duty?!!!  I used the new Sunflower Wreath Stamp and Die combo to create both cards.   It was fun to color the sunflowers to look like daisies. 

42                                                                                             For this card, I embossed the Sunflower Stamp with gold embossing powder. I colored the florals with Copic Markers. I used shades Y13, Y35 (centers); BV0000, BV01, BV11 (blue violet); RV11, RV32, RV34 (pink); BG11, BG53 , BG57 (teal); YG21, YG23 (leaves).  After die cutting, I splattered with white and gold paints. 

44                                                                                             I trimmed a piece of green cardstock to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 and inked up the perimeter with peeled paint distress oxide ink.  Adhere the trimmed panel to the card base. Trim a piece of vellum paper and stamp the sentiment. Overlap the vellum around the wreath and adhere to the card.  For a finishing touch I added some gold sequins.

 

For the next card I colored the sunflowers as follows                                                                                                                                                                                        39                                                                                             I stamped the wreath with antique linen distress ink. I used Copic Markers in shades                                                                                                                    leaves: G20, G21, G24, G46, G99, Y18, N2; petals: Y08, Y18, Y38, YR23, E99, N0; centers: E57, E27, E29, E77, E49. I die cut the wreath than added some white accents with a gel pen, some paint splatteres and lemon meringue glitter glue.                                                                                                                            40                                                                                             Adhere the die cut wreath to the card base. I embossed the sentiments with white embossing powder.  Scatter some gems.                                                         Hope you enjoyed!   Thanks for peeking!

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Tue 10

Greetings
by Donna Sledzik

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Hello everyone!  Today I have a card for you which features many new products from the 2020 Memory Box Spring release.  

To make this card I die cut the Willowbend Collage frame, the Bramble Collage frame and the Cherry Wreath from white cardstock. I cut the wreath in half and colored the flowers and leaves with Distress Oxide inks. 

For the background behind the trees, I used a sheet of paper from the Springtime Bouquet 6x6 pad.  I sponged the paper with Wilted Violet Distress Ink and spattered the paper with gold and white ink.  Once the paper was dry I used foam tape to adhere the Willowbend die cut to the background.  I then used foam tape to glue the Bramble die cut on top of it. 

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I used felt to die cut the bunny from the Bunny Egg Collage die and glued it to the background.

I glued the flowers to the bottom of the card and added pearls to the flower centers.

Next I stamped the sentiment on a strip of cardstock that I had inked with Worn Lipstick Distress oxide ink. I used foam adhesive to glue that to my card front.

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To finish the card, I adhered the card front to a pink cardstock mat and glued it to a white card base.

I hope you enjoyed today's card and thanks for stopping by!

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Mon 09

Two More Ideas for Using Fairy Sugar Glitter Glues
by Anne Thompson

I'm not usually a glitter person but I am becoming one thanks to Memory Box and the new glitter paper pads and the Fairy Sugar glitter glues.  I've been trying out lots of ways to combine some of the 2020 Spring Collection products with the Fairy Sugars.  Here are a couple of ideas I've been playing with this month.

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I started with a Sweet Corn notecard and some orange dot/striped paper from the COTTAGE STRIPES AND DOTS 6X6 paper pad PP1004.  I cut the paper 4 X 5.25 and then cut it half, taping down the dots on the left and flipping the paper over and adding the stripes on the right. 

I die cut the PRETTY BLOSSOM STEM 94422  using green and yellow glitter papers from the TWINKLING JEWEL GLITTER PAD GP1003.  I snipped off the yellow blossoms and used Glue Dots to secure them on top of the green ones.  I used a glue pen to anchor the stem on the center line between the two papers.

Then I got out the Fairy Sugar in Sour Apple Sparkle 40121 and Goldfinch 40118.   I added a line of the Sour Apple Sparkle beneath the flower for the ground and to anchor it, and I put tiny drops of Goldfinch Fairy Sugar on top of some of the dots on the dotted paper as well as in the blossom centers.

Idea:  Try adding dots of Fairy Sugar on top of dots on any dotted paper for a little extra sparkle.  Practice drawing lines with the Fairy Sugars to add details to striped papers or for grass/ground under die cut flowers.  Add dots of Fairy Sugar to flower centers.

 

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I started with a Persimmon notecard and added a piece of paper cut 4 X 5.25 from the COTTAGE MEADOW 6X6 PAPER PAD PP1003 to the front.  I then added Fairy Sugar glitter glue to some of the flowers on the paper, smearing the drops with my finger to add sparkle to their centers.  I used Lemon Drop 40116 on the white flowers, Goldfinch 40118 on the orange ones, and Pansy 40114 on the pink ones.  I cut some blossoms from scrap pieces of orange and pink glitter papers using the Pretty Blossom Stem die.  I put the small one on top of the larger one using Glue Dots and then used foam dots to add them to the card front.  I added Fairy Sugar centers to them, Goldfinch on the orange one and Strawberry Ice 40109 on the two pink ones.

Inside I added double-sided bright orange paper from the Cottage Stripes and Dots paper pad, stripes side up on the left and dots side up on the right.  I had a strip of the flower paper left from the front which I placed on top of the dots and added more of the glitter glues to the flower centers.  When that was dry I attached a white cardstock square where I will write my message.  I cut out some CHERRY BLOSSOM BRANCHES 94434 from a glitter paper scrap, added Goldfinch Fairy Sugar centers, and put one of them on the message square.

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Idea:  Try adding dots and dabs of Fairy Sugar to highlight images on printed papers.

I can't wait to see what you post on this month's Challenge.  I'm sure you have lots more ideas than I do for using these yummy Fairy Sugar glitter glues!

Happy Crafting!

Anne Signature

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Pretty Blossom Stem 94422
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Sour Apple Sparkle 40121
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Goldfinch 40118
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Lemon Drop 40116
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Cherry blossom Branches 94434
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Cottage Meadow PP 1003

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Pansy 40114
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Strawberry Ice 40109