Friday, July 1, 2016

July blog hop - Red, White & Blue! Happy 4th of July

http://www.stampinonroodfarm.blogspot.com 

Welcome to this month’s blog hop with Di's Country Inkers!   
Our theme for this blog hop is Red, White & Blue…for the 4th of July, of course!  Wasn’t Crystal’s project awesome?!

Here is my red, white, and blue card (I really like the swirly bird diecuts and stamps – so versatile and fun!)

My sister in Mass. is getting married later this month by Scituate Lighthouse and I am flying out to the wedding.  She and her fiancee enjoy visiting various lighthouses and the maritime/nautical paraphernalia, so I thought a red, white, blue card for their wedding with the lighthouse stamp from the set From Land and Sea would be perfect!

Here are the other Stampin' Up products I used:
  • Dapper Denim ink and cardstock,
  • Cherry Cobbler ink and cardstock,
  • Serene Scenery 6 x 6 designer series paper stack,
  • Floral Phrases stamp set (wedding greeting),
  • Swirly Bird stamp set (boat and sunset),
  • Swirly Scribbles diecut (ocean waves),
  • Cherry Cobble baker's twine (bow),
  • Gold metallic twine trim, and
  • Clear and gold wink of stella to add glimmer.

Here are a few more pictures of the card so you can see the "glimmer:"
  





 
 The sailboat and lighthouse were fussy cut and adhered with pop-up dimensionals. When I was taking the photos of my card, I thought all the lines reminded me of Vincent Van Gogh's picture, Starry Night.  Hope it is okay to show a little picture of that painting, but I didn't even think about it until I was taking pictures - honest!


The next blog you will hop to is Diana's, for a super awesome project!

 http://www.elstamper.blogspot.com 

Next up is Ellie - Enjoy her fun project and the rest of the bloggers' designs as well, and thanks for stopping by!  Hope you get to enjoy some 4th of July fireworks….since our 2 furbabies don’t like them, we will be watching them on television!!
 
 You can purchase all of the Stampin’ Up products used in my online store.



Here is the blog lineup!

Di         http://www.stampingwithdi.com







Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Swap card & Paper Craft Crew card challenge #201 - a cute dog in emerald


I love all dog-related stamping items and in the current Stampin' Up catalog, there is an adorable dog stamp set called Bella & Friends.  So of course I had to use it for a stamp swap I am in...  It was hard to decide which of the dogs in this set I wanted to use!!  I am also going to post it in the Paper Craft Crew card challenge #201 which is now up:  www.papercraftcrew.com

 The new Stampin' Up in color 2016-2019 are in the current catalog and the Emerald Envy is gorgeous (love that name) which I used for my card...There are also matching accessories that I had to take advantage of--the emerald envy enamel shapes (the dog's collar), in color doilies (I used the reverse side of the green doily), designer series pack, and baker's twice.  These items are shown below and you can buy all of these products in my online store.







I also used one of the new designer series papers - Moroccan - Stampin' Up's designer papers are all reversible, which makes them really versatile.

Other supplies I used are early expresso and crumb cake ink, emerald envy marker, blender pen to color the dog, and the blossom bunch punch.  In hindsight, I should have used watercolor paper, as it is much better if you are going to do any watercoloring.  But when I made up my card, I wasn't sure how or if I would be coloring the dog!  Here are a few more pictures of the card:




I wonder who I will send this card to?


http://www.papercraftcrew.com/pcccs-201-card-sketch/




Saturday, June 25, 2016

Swirly Bird Stampin' Up bundle - no fussy cutting!



Trying to keep distracted from the 110 degrees weather we have had here every day in Arizona....and they are predicting another week of it!  I had to share these cute projects with you made with the new Stampin' Up items from the catalog.  Here are the products used:

Labeler Alphabet, Swirly Bird, and Thoughtful Banners Stamp Sets; Basic Black, Peekaboo Peach, Smokey Slate, and Whisper White Cardstock; 2016-2018 In Color Designer Series Paper Stack; Watercolor Paper; Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Pad®; Dapper Denim, Emerald Envy, Flirty Flamingo, Melon Mambo, Peekaboo Peach, Pumpkin Pie, and Smokey Slate Classic Stampin’ Pads; Emerald Envy 3/8" Ruched Ribbon; Whisper White Thick Baker’s Twine; Linen Thread; Brights Sequin Assortment; Stampin’ Dimensionals®; Aqua Painters®; Big Shot™; Swirly Scribbles Thinlits Dies; Duet Banner and Scalloped Tag Topper Punches
This is the Swirly Bird stamp set and matching die cuts (no fussy cutting!) that are becoming very popular; so many great ways you can use them!  

You can get your own bundle in my online store.  It was one of the first bundles I had to get for myself!!



Swirly Bird Photopolymer Bundle #142353
Price$46.75
Bundle and save! Buy these two coordinating products and save 10%. 

Swirly Bird Photopolymer Stamp Set
Designed with fun in mind, this stamp set is sure to help you unlock your creative potential! Mix and match the fun and bold designs to make your cards into artwork.

Quantity: 24 photopolymer stamps
Suggested clear blocks (sold separately): a, b, c, g

Swirly Scribbles Thinlits Dies
* 9 dies
* Largest image: 5-7/8" x 1-3/16" (14.9 x 3 cm)
* Use with Big Shot and Precision Base Plate (required)

Here are a couple more awesome projects you can make with this bundle:



As a Stampin' Up demonstrator, getting project ideas is one of the best benefits, so if you join with me (it's only $99), I guarantee you will enjoy it!  Easy to do in my online store!!

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

One sheet wonder cards with new Stampin' Up paper



If you don't know what a One Sheet Wonder card set is, it is a card technique where you cut up one sheet of paper that is either a pre-printed patterned paper or paper that you stamp an all-over design on, and then you use the pieces to make a bunch of different cards or projects (scrapbook pages, bookmarks, 3-D items, etc.), usually following a template design/pattern.  
Since I had to make some swap cards, I decided to make them using the OSW technique with a piece of the new Stampin' Up 12 x 12 designer series paper.  






I really liked the Affectionately Yours Specialty Designer 

Series 

Paper, as it has copper accents in it -  copper is my most 

favorite metallic color. There is also copper metallic thread 

and embossing powder you can buy from the current Stampin'

 Up catalog or my online store:


The OSW template I used can make 16 cards!  It is really fast and fun to use a OSW!!  Here are 8 of the cards I made with this, with all new Stampin' Up products you can purchase in my online store:







You can read more about the template I used here:  http://cambriaturnbow.blogspot.com/2007/04/16-cards-from-one-designer-piece-of.html

If you would like a .pdf of the OSW template, send me an email, OK?
mklecuyer@hotmail.com


Sunday, June 12, 2016

Playing with new colors from Stampin' Up


 Oh my goodness, it has been over a week since I posted here, mostly due to the excitement generated by the new Stampin' Up catalog that came out June 1st!  Along with new "In Colors" (see below) and new items, there are new product bundles....you can check out the new catalog and items in my online store:  http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/

 This is one of my favorite new Product Bundles, maybe because now that I live in Arizona, we see all kinds of cacti.  They usually don't look this perfect and each have their own story.



 I also love the more intricate diecuts and stamps.


 And I am really fond of little red foxes, so this foxy bundle set is so darling!  but you can make other cute animals with it as well....


If you want to make it easy on yourself because you can't decide where to start with ordering any of the new Stampin' Up items, you can join as a demonstrator for only $99 - pick the items you want in your starter kit and earn discounts, always have an instant go-to source for making projects, and connect with other Stampin' Up demonstrators.  One of the very best resources for Stampin' Up demonstrators I like is the Stampin' Up Connection....kinda like window shopping, and we all love that!!
Join today or purchase a few new Stampin' Up items in my online store:
http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/

P.S.  They are some really cute dog and cat stamp sets in the new catalog!



Wednesday, June 1, 2016

June blog hop with new Stampin' Up items from the new catalog

http://www.stampwithkathya.com/

Welcome to our June blog hop where we are featuring cards using brand-new items from the newest Stampin' Up catalog!   The previous blog was Kathya  http://www.stampwithkathya.com  and she always has super great projects.  BTW, you can purchase any of the products shown on the blog hop cards in my online store....http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/

Here is my card that I made with some of the newest Stampin' Up products that are featured in the just-out Stampin' Up catalog:


The Stampin' Up products I used were:
Crumb cake and night of navy ink and cardstock,
Owl builder punch for the circles,
Blossum bunch punch for the flowers,
Affectionately yours designer paper,
Linen thread for the bow,
Rhinestones, and
Picture perfect stamp set for the Just A Note.

Here are a few more pictures of my card:



 
I really like the Affectionately Yours designer paper, and all of my papers and flowers came from this very versatile set of paper, which is reversible.  I couldn't decide which paper to use, so I used 4 different patterns from this set!

The next blog on our June blog hop is Barb, who is our blog hop button designer - they are always beautiful and I'm sure you will enjoy her beautiful project as well!

http://www.beelinestamping.com

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to check out the new Stampin' Up catalog in my online store!

http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marynoble/ 

 Here is the blog hop line up for June:

 


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