Friday, February 22, 2013

Steampunk Layout

Gini picture
Hi, It’s Gini here to share a very vintage layout – with a picture of my grandfather as a little boy. I thought the Steampunk style would be great with the outfit that he was wearing and the awesome new 7gypsies stamps. The clustering on this layout reminds me of some of the “treasures” a little boy (even a very well dressed little boy), might have stuffed in his pockets.
Gini Cagle Hampton Art Steam Punk layout
Supplies:
Hampton Art Stamps: SC0522 Time is Precious; IC0235 Time Pieces
Clearsnap:
ColorBox Chalk Ink : Chestnut Roan
ColorBox Petal Point Pigment Inkpad: Provence
Top Boss Watermark Ink
Kaisercraft patterned papers – Sears and Sons
Hambly Screen Prints Transparency
Spellbinders – Sprightly Sprockets
Epiphany Crafts Epoxy Bubbles and Tool
Dusty Attic Chipboard
May Arts Ribbon
Advantus Game Spinner
Want2Scrap Pearls
Gold Embossing Powder
 
Instructions:
1. Randomly stamp images from the Time Pieces set, diagonally across the base page, to form the base to add clustering. Use different colors of ink from the Provence collection.
2. Stamp the sentiment in the upper left corner, and highlight it by inking a halo around it using the Chestnut Roan ink.
3. Add your photo, and other paper/transparency layers over the top of the stamped images.
4. Stamp the pocket watch, fussy cut and add a metal game spinner to the center – glue to the bottom left of the photo. Cluster die cuts, fussy cut stamped images, ribbon leaves, chipboard and other embellishments of your choosing. You should still be able to see some of the stamped images on the base page,peeking out. If you don’t see as many as you would like, you can add more.
5. Stamp small circular stamps, and cover with an epoxy bubble and add to the centers of flowers.


Thursday, February 21, 2013

Numbers Tag Shaped card

Dana Picture

Designer Notes by Dana Warren:

1. Stamp numbers in brown ink. TIP: Use a big clear block, about 4 x 6. Place all the stamps on the block, including the small number stamps. Now you can ink and stamp all at once.

2. Trim a piece of cardstock and adhere to card base.

3. Die cut flower from cardstock scraps. Gather and tie with brown twine. Adhere flowers to card base.

Dana Warren Hampton Art numbers

 

Supplies:

Hampton Art: Hot Fudge Studio: Numbers SC0188

Colorbox: Dye Ink: Brown

Die: Memory Box: Chloe Stem

Cardbase & Envelope: Studio G

Twine: Doodle Bug: Brown

Cardstock: Pink Scraps

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Thank You card

Linda Picture
Here’s a great card and a few tips from DT member Linda Abadie!
1. Stamp background image and create wrinkle for texture and distress with ink.
2. To get matching color on the flower, brush with acrylic paint on the petals for accent
 
Linda Abadie Hampton Art Red thank you1
Supplies:
Stamp: Hampton Art SC0396 Blossom Sentiments, IC0153 Diffusion Artistamps
Ribbon: Etsy, My Mind’s Eye
Chipboard: Maya Road
Paper: Quick Quotes, Little Yellow Bicycle
Ink: Hampton Art, Maya Road
Flower: Prima Marketing
Designer notes:
1. Stamp background image and create wrinkle for texture and distress with ink.
2. To get matching color on the flower, brush with acrylic paint on the petals for accent

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

KI Memories: Colorful Group

Gretchen Picture

I still just love all the colors in the Flashback line! A group of friends and I did the Warrior Dash back in November. Just for fun we all wore crazy, colorful socks. Even the guys got into it! I took this picture after the race. Even though we were a muddy mess, I thought this picture of all our wild socks turned out pretty good! And the colors in the Flashback line were perfect for scrapping it! Thanks for stopping by the blog today. Have a great day!
Gretchen McElveen_Colorful group KI memories Hampton Art
Supplies:
KI Memories Timeline patterned paper
KI Memories Flashbulbs patterned paper
KI Memories Blocks of Time patterned paper
KI Memories Little Things sticker sheet 
KI Memories Letterhead sticker sheet
KI Memories Flashback Smile washi tape





Love You card

Dana Picture
 
Valentine’s day has already passed, but who’s to say you can’t share your love in a precious card ANY DAY of the year!? Enjoy DT member Dana Warren’s cute krafty card below!
 
Dana Warren Hampton Art love you card
Supplies:
Hampton Art: Doodle Bug You Said It (clear stamps) SC0473, Studio G – I love you (clear stamps)
Colorbox: Dye Ink: Wicked Black. Pigment Ink: White
KI Memories: Hot Date Collection: Hot Brads #3588, Hot Tape #3589
Die: Silhouette – Heart
Kraft Cardstock: The Paper Studio
Cardstock: Bazzill

Instructions:
1. Adhere washi tape across card and trim at edge.
2. Die cut heart from cardstock. Stamp I love you with white ink. Adhere to cardbase.
3. Stamp I love you and heart in black ink, cut out and distress edge.
4. Punch hole and adhere brad. Adhere circle to cardbase.