Delightful Daisy Suite

I wanted to share one of my favorite new suites the Delightful Daisy Suite.  I love this new suite and the punch.  I’m looking forward to making my own vase of daisies.  You can find the suite on pages 126-127 of the annual catalog.

Delightful Daisy

 

I saw this design on Pinterest and thought it would be perfect for the Delightful Daisy Suite.  It’s a perfect way to show case all the fun designer series paper.  Colors used – Daffodil Delight, Blushing Bride, Old Olive & Whisper White.

I also saw this idea on Pinterest different words but I loved the idea of stamping in on the letters.  I created this around Mother’s day but I fell like there are many times that we can let our mothers know how grateful we are for them.  Colors used – Daffodil Delight, Fresh Fig & Whisper White.

 

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Eastern Palace Suite

We were able to pre-order some products from the catalog so I’ve had some time to play with them.  I hope you enjoy these samples.  They also feature some of the new in-colors.

Here’s some samples that I’ve created with my pre-order and I’m having a difficult time trying to decided what I want to order first now that I can order anything from the new catalog.  I would love to hear what your favorite new items are from the catalog.  All of these samples were created using the new Eastern Palace Suite on pages 18-19 of the new catalog.

This first one is my own creation.  I was struggling with this set so I spent time on-line to get other ideas.  A big thanks to everyone who is willing to share.

If you want to create any of these cards

Colors – Dapper Denim – Fresh Fig – Tranquil Tide – Lemon Lime Twist –Whisper White

The next two were cases from other talented demonstrators.  I’m grateful for all the wonderful samples that others are willing to share for all of us.  I hope you will enjoy my twist on these fun projects.  Sorry I don’t have there names to give them credit, but I do thank them.   For this card I used the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies to create the circles in the center project.

This last card is created by using the aqua painter to brush ink on watercolor paper.  This is then allowed to show through the intricate designs of the Easter Palace Suites dies.  These dies are fun because there are so many different designs you can make from the few designs just by mixing and matching them.

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Let is Snow Card

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This is what I woke up to this morning.  Almost a foot of snow and still snowing.  Just in case you are wondering here in Northern Utah the kids still went to school.  I’ve heard it takes 2 feet to get a snow day.

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Yes clearing off the card to get to work was lots of fun.  Thankfully I get to stay home in my nice warm house since it’s my day off.  Hopefully I don’t have to go rescue my husband.  He took the car over the mountain so we shall see.

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You can see a little better how much snow there is on the untouched swing set.

So in light of all the snow I thought that my Let is Snow card would be the perfect throw back Thursday.  This is another card that I created for Artisan a couple years ago, but apparently never shared.

Let it Snow Card - Front

So this is the front of the card.  This card is very unique and different.  Personally I love it.  So The card base is just a regular card.  I can’t remember if it opened or not, but I think it did so you could write a message inside.  The blue background is a fun technique.  I used the white glossy paper that I wish we still sold.  I took a baby wipe and put three dots of reinker in different colors going across the wipe then I wiped it on the glossy cardstock to give it kind of a rainbow look.  Once that was dry I inked my snowflake with versamark and stamped my snowflakes then embossed them with clear embossing powder.  I then used a dark blue reinker and a sponge to sponge over the top so the snowflakes were the only think to show the lighter colors.  The embossing powder resists the ink so you can see the colors underneath.

Let it Snow card- Layers

This card has some fun layers to it.  I folded a white paper.  I believe that it’s a 4 1/4 tall by 11 scored at 2 3/4 on each side and 5 1/2.  Then folded accordion style.  I attached a piece of sticky strip along the side where it was being attached and covered it with the Silver Glass Glitter.  This isn’t the best picture, but it gives you an idea of how the card folds up.

Let it Snow card- opening

So this the the card as it’s opening up. Of course the front is a darling picture of my son playing in the snow.  I used a mini clip to hold it shut when you aren’t opening it.

Let it Snow Card- Partial open

As it starts to unfold you can start to see the magic int he card.  I used the Snow Much Fun set that is now retired to create a fun winter seen.

Let is Snow card- Opened

Here’s the finished card all opened.  My favorite part is the snowflakes that are attached to some bakers twine.  The snow men are stamped and embossed with black embossing powder before they are colored.  It’s kind of hard to see but I also used  some of the Dazzling Details on the snow ball and sides of the snowmen to make them sparkle.  The snow is stamped in white and embossed with white embossing powder to make it pop.

Hopefully I’ve inspired you to think outside of the box a bit.  Here’s one more piece of inspiration.  This is a wall hang I made using the same technique that I used on the background of my card.

Let it Snow wall hang

I used the scallop square die and the alphabet die to cut out the background and the letters.  Both were cut with chipboard and covered in white cardstock.  I hang this one up every year.  I still love it.

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Fun Bitty Butterfly Card

 

 

I saw this cute layout on Pinterest using hearts I think and thought it would be fun to try with the tiny butterfly punch.  Are you wondering how I got the patterned images on the butterflies?  I bet you are thinking that they are designer series paper.  Well you would be wrong.  I actually used some of the darling background stamps that came with one of my paper pumpkin kits.  Yes just another great reason to have Paper Pumpkin coming to your house each month.  Make sure you sign up before the 10th so you can get the free markers with your kit and get started having fun projects come to your home each month.  You’ll notice that I used the Decorative Dots embossing folder from Sale-a-brations again because I’m totally in love with it.  It’s a must have in my opinion.

Butterfly card

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Products used:

Colors:
Crisp Cantaloupe, Calypso Coral, Whisper White, Basic Black, Blushing Bride

Stamps:
Lots of Thanks
Wood- #129687 $22.95
Clear- #129690 $16.95

Paper Pumpkin
Dots & Chevron

Punches:
Bitty Butterfly #129406 $15.95

Others:
White Baker’s Twine #124262 $2.95
Decorative Dots #133520 SAB Free

 

Today Calls for Something pink card revised

 

As promised here is the card that I made from my friend Ashley’s idea.  Do you see the small subtle differences?

Calls for Pink Card Revised

First.  I used Strawberry Slush instead of Melon Mambo.  That’s because Coastal Cabana and Strawberry Slush are both 2013-2015 in-colors so that meant I only had to buy 1 designer series paper stack which is good if you are on a tight budget.  Next I used the silver 1/8″ taffeta since the Melon Mambo was a bit darker.  Last I left off the button since it’s retired and used baker’s twine from the tag it kits. (That’s only because I ran out of white though.)  Hope you like my little twist.

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Products used:

Colors:
CoastalCabana, Strawberry Slush, Whisper White, Basic Gray

Stamps:
Remembering Your Birthday
Wood- #131347 $23.95
Clear- #131350 $17.95

Punches:
Cupcake Builder #121807 $16.95
Dotted Scallop Ribbon Boarder #119275 $15.95
2-3/8″ Scallop Circle #118874 $16.95

Others:
Silver Glimmer Paper #124005 $4.95
2013-2015 In-Color Designer Series Paper Stacks #130136 $21.95
Tag a bag accessory kit #130153 $7.95 Baker’s Twine
Envelope Punch Board #133774 $19.95
Silver 1/8″ Ribbon # #132137 $4.95

 

 

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