Saturday, July 15, 2017

CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Fun with Stencils



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I have had so much fun playing with stencils! Below are 4 double page layouts - each using a stencil that I created using my cricut.  

You are in the right place if you just hopped over from Melissa Robinson's Blog. After viewing my pages, you will be directed to Michelle Loncar's Blog

To create this pages, I used the No Worries Workshop Your Way Kit along with 8 pieces of Cashmere Cardstock for the base pages.  Using an ink dauber, I dabbed over my stencil to create the words. 

The Bon Voyage I dabbed using the White Daisy Pigment Ink.

Desert Sand was used for "Getaway"

Paradise was dabbed using Crystal Blue.

The used various colors for the sign.  "Explore was inked with Crystal Blue, "Roam" with White Daisy Pigment Ink, Pacifica was used for "Travel" and Desert Sand for "Journey"

Please let me know if you are interested in purchasing this kit.  It will include 4 daubers, stencil and kit will be pre-cut with instructions.  

Thanks for stopping by. Would love to hear from you so please leave a comment. Now it's time to hop on over to Michelle Loncar's blog.  

Thursday, June 15, 2017

CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Shake It Up

Welcome to the June 2017

CTMH Technique Blog Hop

I am excited to share this month's CTMH Technique Blog Hop!  This month we are showing Shaker Cards which I love to make.  I have tried a variety of ways and using our CTMH Flip Flaps makes it so easy. 

If you are coming from Danielle Wagner's Blog, you are on the right track! After viewing my post, you will be forwarded to Darlys Recker's Blog.

Here is the Shaker Card I made which is part of a Stamp and Card Workshop I am offering this month. 

The workshop features the Brushstrokes Stamp Set that I used on the White Frame. In addition, I used our No Worries Stamping Thin Cut Bundle from our newest Seasonal Expression 2 Catalog.  Colors displayed are Sapphire, Whisper and Raspberry. I filled the 3" x 4" Flip Flap with the same color Cardstock used on the base with the stamped sentiment "Enjoy your Adventure" and filled with sequins and some chucky glitter. 

Here is a picture of the Stamp and Card Club Workshop. Please let me know if you would like to learn more about this workshop!

Now it's time to hop over to Daryls Recker's Blog to check out her amazing "Shake It Up" technique. 

Monday, May 15, 2017

CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Embellishment Envy

Welcome to the May 2017 
Technique Blog Hop!

For this month's CTMH Technique Blog Hop, we are displaying ways to embellish. Our Workshops Your Way (WYW) make it so fun and easy to embellish because everything in the kit coordinates with the paper. 

If you are coming from Judy Faye's Place, you are in the correct spot. After viewing my post, you will be forwarded to Michelle Loncar's Blog.

The WYW I am featuring this month is "Jack" which is one of our newest papers featured in the Seasonal Expression 2 Catalog 

The Jack Workshop Your Way includes the Jack ComplementsBlack & White Enamel Dots and Whisper Thick Twine .  The complements include coordinating stickers and chipboard die-cuts, including some with white foil or black foil. 

Hope you enjoyed this layout.  This is one of the three double page layouts from my featured Workshop Your Way.  Please contact me if you are interested in learning more about my workshops. Now it's time to hop over to Michelle Loncar's Blog.


Saturday, April 15, 2017

CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Vellum Makes Everything Better

Welcome to the April 2017 
Technique Blog Hop!

For this month's CTMH Technique Blog Hop, we are featuring creative techniques using "Vellum". Many of Close To My Heart's Fundamental Paper Packet include vellum.

If you are coming from Wendy Kessler's Blog, you are in the correct spot. I hope you are enjoying everyone's inspiration. After your stop here, below you will find a link to Kirsten Desorcy's blog posting. 

I am featuring two - double page layouts using the Uptown Fundamental Paper Packet.  

My first layout "My Lucky Day" was so much fun to make. The trickiest part of using vellum is hiding the adhesive.  I have the striped vellum paper overlaying the Pansy Cardstock. Prior to adhering the vellum to the cardstock, I created my layout on top of the vellum using the "You & Me Complements" and Silver Shimmer Trim. Once I had everything attached to the top of the vellum, I turned the vellum over and used my adhesive behind the areas that photos, paper strips, title, etc...were placed and adhered it to the Pansy cardstock. 

I only used a border strip of the gold dotted vellum on the top and bottom of the layouts.  I used glue dots in each corner to adhere the vellum. I then covered up the glue dots using the Black Glitter Paper on the corners.

I hope this helped shed some ideas on how to adhere vellum to your projects. Thanks for stopping by and we love hearing from you so please leave a comment. Now it's time to hop on over to Kreative Kirsten's Blog