Monday, January 22, 2018

Beautiful Peacock

The Peacock is a beautiful bird, and this SAB stamp set also creates a lovely looking bird.

The body is stamped with Night of Navy; the wings Lemon Lime Twist. I fussy cut the bird and its feathers and added it to the card front using dimensionals.

The lovely Peacock feathers were stamped with Bermuda Bay.

I added some background dots using "Timeless Texture"

The base card is Night of Navy, layered with Lemon Lime Twist, and finally the art piece.

Crumpled Night of Navy seam binding was adhered around the art piece and the Lemon Lime twist layers, and a bow was added with a dimensional.

Supplies Used:
Stamp:  Beautiful Peacock, Timeless Texture
Inks:  Night of Navy, Lemon Lime Twist, Bermuda Bay
Papers:  Night of Navy, Lemon Lime Twist, Whisper White
Accessories:  Crumples Night of Navy seam binding, dimensionals.

Pop Up Valentine Treat Drawer Box

I used a tutorial I purchased from Craft Project Central designed by  Christy Fulk to make this unique little Valentine treat drawer box updating the DSP to what is currently available.

Each one of my team members will get one of these boxes at the next team meeting.




Each box is 3 1/4 by 2" and holds 3 little Hershey's chocolate bars (I have since purchased some)

The handle is a wooden heart (retired Valentine embellishment) which is adhered to the box with a dimensional.


Here you see the box from the back with the sentiment popped up with two pieces of  window sheet.

They were constructed with Rich Razzelberry card stock and decorated with Painted with Love DSP.  The sentiment is from "Sure Do Love You", as is the sentiment on the Pop Up.  The gold foil hearts were die cut using the Lots to Love Box Framelits.  I also adhered a bow made using the Powder Pink Tinsel Trim.

Supplies Used:
Stamp:  Sure Do Love You
Ink:  Rich Razzelberry
Papers:  Rich Razzelberry, Painted with Love DSP, Whisper White
Accessories:  Window Sheets, Lots of Love Box Framelits, Powder Pink Tinsel Trim, Wood Heart (retired), Dimensionals

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Cards using Brusho Crystals

I'm still getting used  to working with the Brusho crystals and managed to make 2 cards, each using Brusho but in different ways,

For the first card I used Brusho to create a background on watercolor paper, and using the Stamparatus, stamped an image on it and made it into a Sypmathy card.  I used "Sheltering Trees" as the stamp set.


For the second card, I actually coloured the floral images from "Floral Statements" using the crystals.  Using the Aqua Painte, water was added to small areas at a time on an image.  Brusho crystals were added and the Auqa Painter was used to blend the colours one area at a time.


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