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I also decorated the ornaments. Whipped out the trusty Nuvo Glue Pen Fine and used it to add adhesive to the ornaments. I sprinkled on Gypsy Red and Margarita glitters to them.Here is another shot of the card. Stella makes me happy, even though she is so grumpy and grinchy! So fun and funny!
I hope you enjoyed this. I had a lot of fun making it.
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Hi, Diane with you today!
I have a bright, cheerful and fun Halloween card
to share that is super easy to make using
some very cool products and a new stamp set (Stella Call Me Witch) from the
Sparkle N Sprinkle store!
I started out by cutting a 5 x 7″ black card stock base,
(which I later mounted on a slightly bigger green card stock).
Using a star stencil and Dreamweavers white embossing paste,
I embossed the black panel.
White the paste was still wet, I covered it with
Margarita Velvet Glitter.
It will look something like this…and don’t worry if you have a few
uncovered places, as you will be covering it up later anyhow.
I set the panel aside to dry completely
and printed my digital stamp
Stella Call Me Witch, then colored her with copics.
Brushable glue was added to her ‘hair’.
While her hair was slightly drying, I used a circle punch,
coated it with glue, then added Electrified Yellow Glitter for a moon.
I added the digital sentiment (part of the stamp set)
to the moon.
A few bats were punched, then coated with Black Ice Glitter.
For even more glittery goodness,
I outlined her hat and star first with Nuvo Glue Pen Small,
then added Reflection Velvet Glitter,
and her shirt with more of the Margarita Velvet glitter.
A green bow and ribbon were added along with a
Sizzix Scaredy Cat die cut that was totally covered
with Nuvo Glue Pen Large and then sprinkled
with Black Ice Glitter.
That’s it, she is all done!
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Happy Sunday!! Diane with you today
with a gorgeous new stamp set called
I love flowers and this stamp set is any
I started out with a pretty simple technique,
stamping the image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink,then coloring in with Copics.
I die cut the image using Spellbinders ‘ Define Elegance” die.
Once die cut, I added Bubblegum Glitter to the umbrella ruffled edge.
Then using Sticker Paper,I adhered the entire piece down.
I hand cut the remainder of the Sticker Paper away.
Using my ‘finger tool’, I added Cloud Nine glitter to the exposed
The panel was then adhered with Tear-ific Tape 1/4″
to a DCWV Mixed Media burlap paper.
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Hello crafty peeps!
Designer Jess here today to share a new card that I created using the
New Release Stamp set “Flower Cart”. This stamp set is so versatile & fun! Let’s go!
SparkleNSprinkle Supply List:
Nuvo Embellishment Mousse
Step 1 – Image & Sentiment
Print out your fully colored digital image and sentiment onto white cardstock. I love that some of the digital images are colored – saves me some time 😉 To add a little more sparkle and shine, I used the Quicky Glue Pen to add Fairytale Lavender Glitter to some of the flowers and the trim of the umbrella
I die cut the image out using my oval dies & Big Shot Machine, then applied Peony Pink Nuvo Embellishment Mousse around the edges of the image using my finger tool. The sentiment was fussy cut out and then all I did was trace the words using my Quicky Glue Pen, sprinkled on Princess Rose Embossing Powder and heat set.
Step 2 – Background
I cut a piece of 4×5.25″ purple cardstock. I then inked up an embossing folder with Versamark Ink and ran the paper through my Big Shot. What this does is create and embossed AND inked surface! All I did next was sprinkle on my Princess Rose Embossing Powder to the inked surface and heat set, creating a gorgeous, sparkly, embossed background piece.
I took a white doily and completely covered it using Spring Green Embellishement Mousse. I just used my finger tool to burnish it in. I just LOVE how shiny and fun the mousse is to work with! You’ve gotta try it!
Step 3 – Let’s Put it Together!
I adhered my doily to the background using Brushable Glue, then added my main image using 1/4″ Tearific Tape. The sentiment was popped up using Foam Squares. I took the main flower and added some random smears of Brushable Glue, then sprinkled on Fairytale Lavender Glitter for some sparkle. I set it aside to dry.
I made some “Candy Dots” using the Crushed Grape Nuvo Crystal drops on the background and also in the middle of another flower. I also set this aside to dry (I let it sit overnight). Once everything was good and dry, I adhered the flowers with Foam Squares & Tear-ific Tape. The entire card front was then mounted using 1/2″ Tear-ific Tape onto card base that I made from purple cardstock.
VOILA! A gorgeous Flower Cart Thank You card!
I hope you enjoyed this card. See ya next time!
Hi, Diane with you today with a fun ‘Christmas in August’
card to share with you using
Eskimo Kisses Stamp set.
I started out by using a Cheery Lynn Designs wreath die
called Joy To The World Wreath.
I cut the die 2 times
Brushable Glue was applied to each wreath,
then heavily coated with Pine Grove Glitter Tinsel.
The two wreaths were then stacked, one on the other.
It doesn’t matter if some of the white shows, it just adds
to the beauty of the wreath.
When the wreath was adhered to the card panel, I slightly bent
some of the branches up,
then added a bow to the top.
The sentiment was stamped with Versamark
then embossed with Christmas Fire embossing powder.
The sentiment was then punched out with a heart punch.
The adorable snowman and child were stamped with
then fussy cut out.
I added Sparkle N Sprinkle Twinkling Clouds to the
ear muffs, cuffs and snowman hat brim.
Gypsy Red Velvet glitter was added to the snowman’s hat pompom.
To finish I added Sparkling Snow glitter
to the snowflake embossed back panel.
Thank you for visiting with me today!
Make sure to stop back each and every day for more fabulous inspiration!
I matched my dancing giraffe with a saying from the Spring Time Spunky set, added a fuzzy giraffe background and some purple tulle for a totally different look.
I began with the background. Taking a piece of yellow cardstock, I applied a 4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″ piece of Super Adhesive Sheet. After removing the protective backing I applied Mimosa Sparkle N Soft. Then I applied Memento Rich Cocoa ink to the raised patches on the inside of the Darice Giraffe embossing folder and ran the top half of the fuzzy cardstock through the embossing machine, then reinked the patches and ran the bottom half through.
Dimensional Glue was then applied to the hooves. This was then set aside to dry.
I stamped the sentiment in Versamark on white glossy cardstock and heat embossed with Sienna. The Tuscany EP‘s are my go to detail embossing powders, which I use a lot on sentiments. The saying was cut up as shown to be attached to the card with foam squares. When the glues were dry, I added the velvet glitters, Hyacinth, Orchid Rose and Ballerina, to the scarf, using the glue pen – Milton becomes Mildred!!
Spellbinders Mega Ovals Large was used to cut out the giraffe and before removing the die I sponged some Memento Cantaloupe ink around the image.
The background was layered to a piece of mustard cardstock, edged with Memento Rich Cocoa ink, before being layered to a white card base. I then attached a piece of purple tulle to the back of the image before attaching both the cut up sentiment and image with foam squares as shown.
That finishes my project for today. Hope I’ve inspired you to try out some of the Sparkle N Softs.
Till text time,
HI from Designer Chris! I used the new Deer Duo Digital Stamp Set 797BG [DIGI797] for today’s card. Let’s take a peek.
These sweet reindeer are so cute! I colored them with Copic markers. Then, I used an oval die cut to cut out the deer duo. They needed a little extra something-something to frame them. I pulled out the Dimensional Glue , and squeezed a bead of it all around the edge of the oval. I sprinkled Luau Green Velvet Glitter (microfine) [GM2004] and set it aside to dry.
This sweet heart between the two deer was calling my name, and needed some glitter to make it pop! So, I pulled out my Sakura Glue Pen [Quicky] and sprinkled on some Gypsy Red Velvet Glitter [GM2005]. This made the heart shine and sparkle!
After sparkling up the image, I decided to use a Step Card Base [CB-Step5]. I decided to create some presents across the bottom of the step card to make it more festive. I die cut squares of white cardstock. I masked off the heart from the Deer Duo stamp set [797P7] and stamped the heart onto each package, and then colored them with Copic markers. I adhered some 1/2″ Double-sided Tear-ific Tape [SAT04] to white cardstock, and then die cut out little ribbons with some teeny border dies. I peeled off the adhesive, and burnished in some Bubble Gum Semi-Transparent Glitter [G1088] and some Daisy Velvet Glitter (microfine) Semi-Transparent [GM2019]. I layered the ribbons over the packages to match them to the deer packages.
I also sparkled up the lady deer’s bow. I used my Sakura Glue Pen [Quicky]. and sprinkled on some Cloud Nine Velvet Glitter (microfine) Semi-Transparent [GM2000]. Her bow was so cute!
I also sparkled up the lady deer’s necklace with Cloud Nine Velvet Glitter (microfine) Semi-Transparent [GM2000] adhered with the Sakura Glue Pen [Quicky].
I printed out the sentiment from the new Deer Duo Digital Stamp Set 797BG [DIGI797], colored it with Copic markers, and applied the Sakura Glue Pen [Quicky] to the inside of the STOP ornaments, and sprinkled on Aztec Gold glitter [G1006]. I also used the Sakura Glue Pen [Quicky] to add in some Gypsy Red Velvet Glitter [GM2005] to the rest of the ornaments and I added lines above and below the sentiment to frame it.
I hope you enjoyed the card. It makes me smile!
Thanks for stopping by, have a magical day!
Hi from Designer Chris! I am head over heels with these Christmas Skates! It is so much fun to have Christmas in July, and this new stamp set is so pretty and so versatile.Here is my card using the Christmas Skates digital image [DIGI789].
I used the new Christmas Skates digital image [DIGI789] and sized the skates to fill a large card front. I also sized the sentiment fairly large. I printed these out on white cardstock, and die cut both with a stitched rectangle die. I also printed out a second image of the skates so I could fussy cut and layer one over the other for dimension, and to make the bottom skate burst out the edge of the rectangle, and burst the holly out of the top.
When I saw this skate stamp, I just had to have it and sparkle up those skates! It made me think of the Olympic skaters with their sparkly outfits. I first colored the skates with Copic markers, just to add some light gray shading around the edges and seams to make the white of the skate pop better. After coloring the skates, I covered the boot part of the skates with Brushable Glue  and sprinkled on Sparkling Snow Semi-Transparent Glitter [G1003]. I used the Brushable Glue  again on the skate blades, and sprinkled on Sonic Silver Velvet Glitter (microfine) [GM2002]. Here are the skates.
I also decorated the eyelets for the lace holes, and the lace hooks. I daubed on some adhesive with the Sakura Glue Pen [Quicky]. For the eyelets, I used the beautiful Ocean Semi-Transparent Glitter [G1126]. For the lace hooks, I used the perfect Sonic Silver Velvet Glitter (microfine) [GM2002]. These really added to the skates and made them even sparklier!
Here is another angle of the skates and all the glitter!!!!
I colored the holly and berries with Copic markers. I colored the holly on the card, and on the second image I printed. After coloring and fussy cutting the second image, I busted out the Sakura Glue Pen [Quicky] again, and added Glistening Emerald Sparkle N Soft [SS102] to the holly leaves and Burgundy Glitz [G1047] to the berries. I layered leaves and berries over the colored images on the card front to give some dimension. You can see the glitter and dimension here.
Here is a closeup of the holly leaves and berries and the dimension from the layers.
For the sentiment, I colored the edge of the stitched rectangle with Copic markers, then brushed on Brushable Glue  and sprinkled on more Sparkling Snow Semi-Transparent Glitter [G1003]. I also used the Sakura Glue Pen [Quicky] again and added some glue to the snowflakes in the sentiment. More Sparkling Snow Semi-Transparent Glitter [G1003] was added to those sweet flakes to make them sparkly too!
This was a really fun card, and these skates are so pretty and fun! I LOVE them! Thanks so much for stopping by, have a magical day!