Friday, October 31, 2014

Epic card by designer Deborah Nolan featuring Jillibean Soup

Hello, my stampin' sistahs! It's Deborah here, welcoming you back to the Hampton Art blog!
Today's trendy little card features Jillibean Soup's Cool as a Cucumber patterned paper collection and a Hampton Art stamp you can find at Michaels.

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Cardstock; Patterned paper and printed die-cut: Cool as a Cucumber (Jillibean Soup); Ink: silver, grey; Gems (Mark Richards); Other: Copic BG10 marker, foam dimensional tape; Tools: paper cutter, scoreboard, bone folder 
I  N  S  T  R  U  C  T  I  O  N  S
  1. Make card base for a 4.25” x 5.5” card.
  2. Cut and adhere a 4” x 5.5” white panel. 
  3. Stamp border of stars down right side.
  4. Stamp sentiment.
  5. Cut and adhere three squares of 2” x 2” patterned paper.
  6. Adhere printed die-cut with dimensional tape.
  7. Color clear gems with Copic marker and adhere in center of stars and in upper-left corners of square panels.
T I  P
Don't waste money and storage on buying lots of colored gems. Buy clear gems and color them with Copic or Sharpies. Both markers work great, and you get a perfect match every time!
Thanks for stopping and have a blessed day!
Deborah

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Look Out World! card by designer Lori Williams featuring Graphic 45

Hi Crafters, it's Lori and today I have a retro card featuring the stamps from the Graphic 45 collections: Come Away with Me and Raining Cats and Dogs. 

Look Out World! card by Lori Williams


One of my most favorite go to stamps is from the Raining Cats and Dogs #3...it's the little scroll flourish and it's such a great way to add that extra little detail around a sentiment or center piece.  It's just simple and so pretty.  The sentiment itself is from the Come Away with Me 3 stamp set and I really like the way the font is open in the middle.  This left me room to go in a add some coordinating color to my sentiment and honestly I don't think it even looks like it was stamped...LOVE IT!!!! 

I added some little handmade flowers to the card along with some sewing machine stitching which is something I love to do to my cards..it's that added detail.  With the right paper and the right stamps (Hampton Art) you can pull off one of kind beauties in no time. 

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Jillibean Soup Cool as a Cucumber Soup cards by designer Joy Ott

Welcome back to the Hampton Art blog! Today I'm sharing two cards using the Cool As A Cucumber Soup line from Jillibean Soup and Hampton Art.

I doubled up the foam tape on the back of the guitar on this first card. It helps give the image more dimension. I also used a single layer of foam tape on the greeting.


Keep Calm and Rock On card by Joy Ott

I also doubled up the foam tape on the back of the bike on this second card.


What a Ride card by Joy Ott

Thanks for visiting!

Hugs,
Joy

Jillibean Soup: Cool As A Cucumber Soup Collection Pack
Simon Says Stamp: Cardstock
MFT Stamps: Blueprints 18 Dies
Scotch: ATG Tape, Foam Tape

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Officially Old card by designer Patty Folchert

Just in case you have a friend or family member that needs to be reminded that they are “now officially old”, and who doesn’t? A playful card is just the ticket with a bright color scheme and Hampton Art/Laugh Out Loud and Vintologie stamped images.

Officially Old card by Patty Folchert

Working with a black card base I began with a mat from Holly Berry Borscht/Bite Size Bits “b” side red polka dots. Next using red ink I stamped arrows image onto Soup Staples III/Kraft Triangles paper as shown and corner rounded the mat before adding with 3D foam dots to the card front. Next I added one of the new File Cards from the Soup Staples III sides collection. Then using red ink I stamped the “Officially Old” sentiment onto one of the kraft tags. A wood sprinkle in red enamel was added to the top of the tag and then they were attached to the file card as shown. For just a touch of bling I added five turquoise sequin stars from the Holly Berry Borscht collection.

Now you have a humorous card to share with your older friends or family.

Officially older,
Patty

Supply List:
Stamps
Hampton Art/LOL Laugh Out Loud Stamp set #SC0619
Hampton Art/Vintologie- Stamp & Stencil Set- Item #SC0641
Ink
Stampin Up/Real Red
Paper
Jillibean Soup/Holly Berry Borscht-Bite Size Bits; Soup Staples III/Kraft Triangles
Embellishments
JIllibean Soup/Soup Staples III Sides-Kraft Tags
JIllibean Soup/Soup Staples III Sides-File Cards
Jillibean Soup/Holly Berry Borscht-Sequins
JIllibean Soup/Wood Sprinkles-Birthday

Other

Black Cardstock base, Mini Glue Dots, Tombow Adhesive Tape Runner, Scrapbook Adhesives Foam Squares

Monday, October 27, 2014

Two Halloween cards by designer Gretchen McElveen featuring Jillibean Soup

Are you planning on sending or giving out any Halloween cards this year? Maybe you are going to make little treats for neighbors, co-workers, teachers, or friends? Well it’s not too late but you better get a move on! Here are a couple of Halloween-themed cards that might give you some ideas. 
Halloween card by Gretchen McElveen

Happy Halloween card by Gretchen McElveen

To make these I started with black cardstock as the base of the cards. The patterned paper is from the Jillibean Soup “Owloween Stew” and “Witches Brew” 6x6 paper pads. Then I used a bunch of fun die cuts (aren’t the tags & cat so cute?!) and the “Halloween” mini placemat to embellish the cards. I also embellished with string and some of the KI Memories glitter dots for a little sparkle. I used lot of foam adhesive to adhere the die cuts to give the cards some fun dimension. Thanks for looking and happy Halloween!
- Gretchen
Supply list:
Jillibean Soup “Owloween Stew” 6x6 paper pad
Jillibean Soup “Witches Brew” 6x6 paper pad
Jillibean Soup Halloween Mini Placemats
Jillibean Soup “Owloween Stew” Pea Pod Parts
Jillibean Soup “Witches Brew” Pea Pod Parts
KI Memories Glitter Dots

Friday, October 24, 2014

Bonne Fete card by designer Gini Williams Cagle

Today I have a girly-girl card to share with you.  It just seems that perfume bottles and lavender are just meant to be together!  I combined papers from Graphic 45 along with their Perfume stamp set for this sweet little note card.  

Bonne Fete card by Gini Williams Cagle

I stamped the perfume bottle in black and fussy cut the image.  Then I stamped the "memories" label on the bottle with purple ink.  I used foam dots to attach it to the card to add some height.

Hampton Art/Graphic 45 SC0594
Graphic 45 Patterned paper
Spellbinders die
Zva Creative - CRW-05CB-143; CRW-03CB-106
May Arts Ribbon - GC07
WorldWin Cardstock

Thursday, October 23, 2014

You're Too Tweet! card by designer Deborah Nolan featuring Jillibean Soup

Hello, Stampin' Addicts!
Today's card features a sentiment stamp and patterned paper from Jillibean Soup as well as a little bit of embossing paste action!
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(I had to "fix" a less than stellar gackground issue in my picture, so if it looks a little funky, that's why!)
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Cardstock; Patterned Paper: Spicy Social Soup (Jillibean Soup); Stamp (Jillibean Soup); Wood Embellishment (Studio Calico); Other: embossing paste, Diamond Glaze; foam dimensional tape, glue dots, embroidery floss, twine, button; Tools: paper cutter, scoreboard, bone folder, corner rounder, trowel, needle  
I  N  S  T  R  U  C  T  I  O  N  S
  1. Make card base for a 4.25” x 5.5” card and round opposite corners.
  2. Apply embossing paste with trowel over stencil and let dry.
  3. Once embossing paste has dried, cut a panel of patterned paper and adhere.
  4. Stamp sentiment.
  5. Cut strip of icon images; tie twine around, tie bow and secure with glue dot.
  6. Adhere icon element strip with dimensional tape.
  7. Adhere wood accent with Diamond Glaze over bow's center.
  8. Thread button and adhere in center of wood accent with glue dot.
T  I  P
Make sure you wash your stencil and trowel immediately after use. Otherwise, it will dry and damage your stencil.
If you haven't played with embossing paste yet, you need to remedy that ASAP!
As Martha would say, It's a good thing.
Thanks for stopping and have a blessed day!
Deborah