Friday, March 16, 2018

Cake Soiree DP - Birthdays

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Hello Friends! 

Welcome to my blog. Another short and sweet post as I am travelling.

I have been creating a lot of thank you cards and birthday cards as I use these the most.

So in love with layout. Clean and simple. I really didn't have to do much. No coloring just piecing and stamping the sentiment.

4-1/4" x 11" Whisper White Thick cs
2-1/4" x 3-1/4" Whisper White cs
2" x 3" Springtime Foil
Cake Soiree DP
2 3/4" x 3/4" Whisper White cs
Basic Black Archival Ink

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Springtime Foil - Love

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Hello Friends!    

Welcome to Kylie Bertucci's March Blog Highlights. This is my first time blogging with this group and I am grateful for the invite.

Kylie is an Australian Demo and she invites demonstrators from all around the world to take part in my international blog highlights once a month and I am happy to part-take in this great hop. This month's theme is LOVE.

Love card is the easiest card to make. Every needs one whether you are creating an anniversary, wedding or even a birthday theme. With the right tools, you really don't have to think too much. 

For my card share I have been playing around with the Springtime Foils paper and the Basket Weave Dynamic Embossing Folder, together with the Stampin' Blends. I actually showed this tutorial on my private client's site (Canadian Papercrafter Cards Scrapbook).

Details & Measurements

4-1/4" x 11" Whisper White Thick cs
3-3/4" x 5" Whisper White cs
Springtime Foil paper
Remnant Basic Black
Weave Basket
Sahara Sand Ink
Stampin Blends

How To Video

I hope you enjoyed seeing my project. I sure enjoyed sharing it with you. Before you leave, please add a comment to the bottom of my blog and cast your vote, you’ll find mine at the 2nd post of the gallery. Thank so much, and have a great day!

Friday, March 9, 2018

Sweet Soiree Embellishments Kit

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Hello Friends!  

Welcome to my blog. Over the next few week my blog posts will be short and sweet. This is because these are scheduled post and I will be vacationing with my husband.

This card is so simple to make. I created 20 of these birthday cards using the Sweet Soiree Embellishments Kit only available until April 30.

Cake Soiree stamp set
Sweet Soiree Embellishments Kit
4" x 5-1/4" Sweet Soiree DP
5-1/2" x 8-1/2" Berry Burst cs, score at 4-1/4" 
3-1/2" x 2-1/2" Whisper White cs
3-5/8" x 2-5/8" Berry Burst cs, mat

Old Olive classic ink
Versamark ink
Heat Tool
Clear Embossing Powder

Thanks for stopping and I shall see you soon!

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

CCDT Blog Hop - Spring Fling

Hello Crafty Friends!   
I can't believe how time flies and the next thing you know the month is over. As we head into March, the birds are chirping, flowers are blooming and everything about nature is growing. I love spring! Everything is bright and cheery!

Welcome to today's CCDT Blog - Spring Fling. 

What is CCDT stands for?

CCDT is Creative Circle Design Team. We are a group of demonstrators that love to design using Stampin' Up! products and we hop monthly on the 1st Thursday of the month. Always consistent, and always fun to hop. 

New to my blog?

If you are new to my blog, welcome. I am a Canadian Independent Demonstrator and I love designing 3Ds to coordinate with my cards. If you live in Canada, come join the Canadian Papercraft Cards Scrapbook FB group. There will be a couple of questions for you to answer.

Most of the time, my mojos and inspirations are based on Stampin' Up! stamp sets. For instance, Blossoming Basket Bundle. It comes with Blossoming Basket Stamp Set and the Basket Weave Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. You can get these from the SAB #2 FREE when you purchase $120 of products and that is how the flower kiosk came about.

Blog Share

I have been wanting to do a flower kiosk for awhile and this was a perfect timing.
When building this I used the Dynamic Basket Weave on both side of the cart, and sponged the edges with Smoky Slate ink. The Blossoming Basket full of flowers are also used in the decorating of the kiosk.
I stamped the Blossoming Basket in Mementum Ink and colored them with my blends. I can tell you that I did not fussy cut all the blooms, but I created an SVG file to cut the outlines and the inset with my electronic cutter. I also have one for the butterfly too. Then the flowers are colored with Stampin' Blends.
I created the wheels and stamped them in Hardwood stamp and Soft Suede Ink. Then sponged in Soft Suede ink to give some dimensions.
The awning pivots so that you can retrieve your cards out of the cart. The cart can hold about 10 cards and envelopes.


Before I do the giveaway, I want to congratulate to the last month's winners who won the Eggstoardinary project. 

The numbers were randomly picked by Please PM and I will give the codes for this file.

Winners are:
9. Sherry
12. Cari Jewett
13. LulueA


I have the design part all layed out and still need to do a how to video. All the components work well with Stampin' Up! and I hope to have this available soon.

In the meantime, to celebrate the blog hop, I am giving away the SVG patterns for the Kiosk Flower Cart, Blossoming Basket and Butterfly to THREE lucky winners. Leave a comment on my blog by 11:59 pm PT on April 16 for your chance to win. Winners will be chosen at random and announced on this blog on April 18, 2018. Add a hashtag #LHDContest.

To double your chances of winning, share this on your FB group, Pinterest, and Instagram.
Thanks so much for stopping by.

Friday, February 23, 2018

Petal Passion

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Hello Friends!    

In the next couple of weeks, I will have only 1 off card to show you. Only the image and no video tutorial.

My 1 off card is making the most out of my supplies. I have extra pieces left over from my Tri-Fold Mini Album class and rather than throwing them away, I created some cards with those extra pieces. 

The main image is the 3" x 4" card pack leftover from the Petal Passion Memories & More Card Pack and I just added colors with the Stampin' Blends. Layer it onto a 3-1/4" x 4-1/4" Daffodil Delight cs, and then onto a 4-1/4" x 11" Whisper White Thick cs.

That is it! Very easy, peasy card.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Thank You for Everything

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Hello Crafty Friends!    

Today's card share is showing you my 1 off card and making the most out of my supplies. The 1 off card means 1 of a kind card, and no more to show you how this is done via video as this is all I have left.

This is a 4" x 6" card piece is leftover from my Tri-Fold Mini Album class and rather than throwing them away, I created some cards with those extra pieces. Watch out for March 1, as I show you my masterpiece.

As indicated earlier this is a 4" x 6" card piece leftover from the Petal Passion Memories & More pack. I trimmed the card piece to 5-1/2" and lay piece onto a Daffodil Delight base card. The flowers and leaves are colored with the Stampin' Blends. 

I then cut a 3" x 3" Whisper White cs, and layer onto a 3-1/4" x 3-1/4" Daffodil Delight cs. Stamp the sentiment in Archival Basic Black. The bird then is stamped in Daffodil Delight ink, and to make it slightly lighter, stamp off once onto scrap paper and then onto your focal point.

That is it! Easy peasy!

Come back again!

Monday, February 19, 2018

Life is so much better ...

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Hello Crafty Friends!    

Today's card share is showing off my 1 off card. This means that I only have 1 sample and no more. I don't have enough products to show you via video tutorial. 

My 1 off card is to show you that you can maximize products to create beautiful artwork and getting the most out of your supplies. I have extra pieces leftover from my Tri-Fold Mini Album class and rather than throwing them away, I created some cards with those extra pieces. 

This flower is the sticker part. I colored them in with my Stampin' Blends. I stamped the sentiment in Archival Black onto a 4" x  2-3/4" Whisper White cs, and then layered it onto 4-1/4" x 3" Daffodil Delight cs, and then on the base card. 

Attach the sticker at the bottom and voila, you have another masterpieces. You can color the flowers to any shades of colors. I will show later on the complete set which is scheduled on March 1.