Friday, April 21, 2017

Stampendous and Creative Impressions Hop Finale


If you are looking for a ribbon fix, just keep reading! Yes, the design team at Stampendous is having a little ol' blog hop to show off our projects using some super yummy ribbons and goodies!


There are prizes! Just comment on participating blog hop posts, each comment is an entry to win a prize! Here is the hop list for today, but if you are just getting started there have been a couple of other days you'll want to catch up on and you'll find those over on the Stampendous blog!



Janelle Stollfus - you're here!

Now here's my project for today!


Supplies: (Amazon affiliate links used, all other are non-affiliate links)

Stampendous:
  • Window Kitty Stamp (AZSTM)
  • Mixed Media White Paper (AZ, STM)
  • Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad by Tsukineko  (AZSTM)
  • Large Perfectly Clear Stamp Handle (AZ, STM)

Plus:
  • My Colors Madras Blue and Oceanside Cardstock by My Mind's Eye
  • Sketch™ Markers by Copic® - B32, B34, B41, BG96, E08, E30, E37, E40, E42, E97, G24, R14, R22, R35, V12, V15, V17, Y32, YG23, YG67, YR21, YR23, W2, W4
  • Zip-Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives (AZ)
  • Ribbon by Creative Impressions (company website)
  • Corner Rounder Punch

Instructions:
  1. Fold a 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inch Madras Blue cardstock in half for a finished 5-1/2 x 4-1/4 inch card base. Set aside.
  2. Stamp Window Kitty with black ink onto Mixed Media White Paper and color.
  3. Trim and round the corners.
  4. Cut Oceanside cardstock larger than the image, tie a ribbon around it into a bow and adhere to card base.
  5. Adhere colored image to card base.

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Monday, April 17, 2017

Stampendous and Creative Impressions Blog Hop


Welcome to a our blog hop with Creative Impressions! Stampendous and the design team are sharing projects with luscious ribbons and more from them!!!!! And you could win some ribbon too!


Just hop on over to the Stampendous blog post to see all the details but before you do leave me a little comment (hint-hint).
Janelle Stollfus

Here's my project for today!
Supplies:

Stampendous:
  • HMR83 House-Mouse® Pawing Petals
  • SSCM5003 Friend Wishes Perfectly Clear™ Stamp Set
  • DCP1005 Fitted Frames A Die Set
  • MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
  • MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®
  • SSH46 Large Acrylic Perfectly Clear™ Stamp Handle

Plus:
  • My Colors™ in Spearmint, Seafoam and Tropical Splash cardstock by My Mind's Eye 
  • Come Away With Me Collection pattern paper by Graphic 45 Papers® 
  • Sketch™ Markers by Copic® (BG000, BG11, BG93, E21, E23, E25, E29, E31, E33, E35, E42, E43, E44, E50, E51, E53, E57, G12, G24, G94, R12, RV000, RV91, RV95, Y21, Y13, YR30, YR31, W0, W1, W3, W5) 
  • ZipDry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives 
  • 3D Foam Square by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 
  • Ribbon by Creative Impressions 
  • Perfect Rulers by Perfect Paper Craft®

Instructions:
  1. Fold 5 1/2 x 11 cardstock in half for 5 square inch card base. 
  2. Stamp Pawing Petals with black ink onto Mixed Media White Paper and color. 
  3. Trim and glue onto color cardstock and trim with 1/8" Perfect Ruler. 
  4. Trim pattern paper and tie the ribbon into bow around the bottom. Glue onto the card base. 
  5. Stamp sentiment on Mixed Media White Paper and die cut with "E" frame set adding a color cardstock frame. 
  6. Add 3D foam squares to colored image and fitted frame pieces then position image panel over fitted frame as shown in photo. Adhere into place.

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Friday, April 14, 2017

Have Faith and Use Unusual Borders


Hello and a heartfelt Good Friday to all of you celebrating Easter weekend! I have a fun challenge to share today with considerable flexibility to your own style!

I'm hosting the Splitcoaststampers Mix-Ability weekly challenge this time around, and I've decided to focus on borders.


You can find the details at MIX220: Unusual Borders on Splitcoaststampers, but for my card, I'll tell you that I've been stuck lately with a straight edge or cut edge borders on my projects.


I love straight clean edges, but I decided I wanted to step out of a comfort zone and see if I could be creative with my choices. So for my out of box choices I searched the Splitcoaststampers Tutorials! I wanted to try hot glue gun borders, and there's a tutorial for hot glue gun embossing.

The other choice was to use a repeating sentiment or phrase somewhere as a straight border. It was pretty easy with the Stampendous Cling Unexplained Stamp Set designed by Andy Skinner.


So I hope you'll stop on by the challenge and get more detail and then play along this weekend or next week!

Supplies: (Amazon Affiliate Shopping links = AZ, others non-affiliate)
Stampendous:
  • Unexplained Stamp Set (AZ, STM)
  • Easter Cross Metal Stencil (AZ, STM)
  • Mixed Media White Paper (AZSTM)
  • Creative Palette (AZ, STM)
  • Versafine Onyx Black Ink Pad by Tsukineko® (AZSTM)
  • Perfectly Clear Acrylic Stamp Handles (AZSTM)

Plus:

  • Kraft Cardstock (Wausau)
  • Hot Glue Sticks and Tool
  • MEDIA Fluid Paint by DecoArt® - Titanium White AZ, Cobalt Teal Hue, Pyrrole Red and Vermilion
  • Dazzling Metallics Paint by DecoArt® - Peacock Pearl
  • Brayer
  • Paintbrushes
  • Mister Huey's Misting Spray by Studio Calico - First Kiss (equivalent could be a mix of MEDIA Mister Red (AZ) and Shimmer Mister White (AZ) (company website) in a Stampendous Splatter/Spray Bottle (AZ, STM)

 Instructions:

  1. Create monoprints with MEDIA Fluid Paint in Pyrrole Red and Dazzling Metallics Peacock Pearl on a Creative Palette. Dry. 
  2. Use a scrap of red monoprint paper to stamp phrase from Unexplained with black ink.
  3. Lay down Easter Cross Stencil on red and blue monoprint and spray with the mister. Let dry and trim to 4 x 5-1/4 inches.
  4. Splatter water-thinned Titanium White paint around top and bottom of monoprint.
  5. Glue down Monoprint on A2 size kraft card base. Glue phrase strip on edge.
  6. Heat up glue stick in tool and then pipe around edges of monoprint.
  7. Paint with Cobalt Teal Hue with a finger or flat brush.

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Thursday, April 13, 2017

New Babies to Love and Grandparents


Happy Grandparents Day... way late or way early, it falls on September 10th this year though so I'm going to say it's early! I found a card I made a while ago that I haven't posted here and it's just too cute not to share.

It's a really sweet baby card that might do well to surprise your parents with a baby announcement. Color the baby clothes in particular colors, and you have a gender reveal, too!
There is a sweet little theme this week on the Stampendous blog that you can go see to be inspired with new stamps for baby themed projects. Here is a week of links, being Thursday you'll want to come back tomorrow for the last day.

Monday

Wednesday

Friday
Janelle Stollfus

Here's how I made the card and thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Supplies: (Amazon Affiliate Shopping links = AZ, others non-affiliate):

Stampendous:
  • C219 Grandchild Love (AZSTM)
  • P279 Clothesline (AZSTM)
  • MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper (AZ, STM)
  • MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black ink by Tsukineko® (AZ, STM)
  • SSH46 Large Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Stamp Handle (AZ, STM)

Plus:
  • MyColors Cardstock by MyMindsEye®
  • Markers by Copic® (BG00, B60, V12, V15, V17, V09, YG03, G24, R14, R24, Y13, YR24, E33, E37, E70, E84)
  • Ribbon by May Arts
  • White Line Permanent Runner by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®
  • 3D Thin Foam Squares by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® (AZ)
  • Rubber Cement or masking tool (Optional)
  • Airbrush Tool (Optional)
  • Paintbrush (Optional)

Instructions:
  1. Fold a 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inch cardstock in half for a finished card base of 5-1/2 x 4-1/4 inches.
  2. Stamp Clothesline with black ink onto Mixed Media White paper and color. Optionally mask image with rubber cement or other tool using a paintbrush and airbrush background sky.
  3. Stamp Grandchild Love with black above image.
  4. Wrap and knot ribbon around a strip of color cardstock and glue to card base.
  5. Cut color cardstock mat bigger than image and glue together.
  6. Adhere matted image to card base with foam squares.

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