Tuesday, August 25, 2009

TricK or Treat


Supplies:

Cardstock: cream, brown and navy

Ink: Stewart Superiors Memories Mists in “Classic Metallic Orange” and “Mango”

“The Embosser” and Filigree Black embossing powder. Memories Chalk ink in

Bat eyelets

Eyelet setter

Trimmer

Punch: Moon or circle punch

Stamp: “Trick or Treat” by PSX

Heat Tool

Direction:

1)Punch out Moon shape or Circle
2) Cut Cream cardstock to 4” x 4”, place Moon or Circle shape in upper left hand corner.
3) Sp
ray Memories Mists Mango onto cream cardstock add Memories Mists Classic Metallic Orange over the Mango. Set aside to dry. Remove Moon or Circle shape Mask
4)
Stamp “Trick or Treat” with Embossing ink and add Black embossing powder, Heat to emboss.
5) u
sing your eyelet setter – set bat eyelet as desired. Ink all edges with Chalk ink to distress.
6) a
dhere to card base.



Sunday, August 23, 2009

Artist Journal

Here is a new project I am think about something like this for my CHA class.

Artist's Journal


Front cover has two stamps - both from Stampotique "Artist Journal" and "Artsy Fartsy"



The inside is 4 different pocket with a tag in each.

Supplies:
Stamps - all by Stampotique
"The Crafter" used her on a tag
"Diamonds"
"Torn"
"An eye for Art"
"Alpha"
"Vintage Script" - did all of the background in this stamp with a light brown ink
"Circle Border"
Ink all by Stewart Superior
Memories Chalk ink
"Creamy Coffee"
"Washed Tan"
"Gauzy Beige"
"India Ink"
Memories Mists: "Pale Ale"
Misc Supplies:
Ribbon
Cardstock
scissors
Brads
Hole Punch
MasquePen - used on two tags

Saturday, August 22, 2009

More Bithday Wishes


Here are more pages in the Coffee Filter Birthday book I made for Pat's Birthday.

The filter allow you to have pockets - this is a page that would go into one of those pockets.



Another inside pocket page...

Hope you enjoyed this project...
Hope you had a wonderful birthday Pat.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Birthday Wishes


My friend Pat birthday was on Wednesday and we when to Disneyland for the day. I had a wonderful time as always with Pat and Joey. Here is the gift I made her for her birthday.
I made this book from Coffee Filters:

Here is the inside cover and first page. There are no photo in this book yet. I made it so Pat can place all of her own photo into it at a later date.


Here are the next two pages in the book - Notice that I place a ribbon with words on it over the mat where the photo would go - I only glue to top on bottom of the ribbon so that Pat can place her photo under it......

More pages tomorrow

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Stewart Superior Newsletter

The Summer newsletter is out on Stewart Superior website. Please take a minute and check it out. Let me know if you want to see something in there. you can always e-mail me at
terri@ultimatescrapbookretreat.com

Friday, August 14, 2009

I thought of you today


This card is truly transparent.
Direction:
1) cut a Transparency to 8" x 5" Fold to make your card base.

2) Stamp "Spiral Velvet Chair" by Stampotique onto Blue cardstock using Stewart Superior India Ink and cut out.


3) Stamp "I thought of you today" by Stampotique onto ribbon using Stewart Superiors India Ink.
4) Cut pattern paper to fit inside of card and adhere
5) Adhere your "Spiral Velvet chair" to inside of card - over pattern paper
6) Close the card base - Stamp "Keepsake Kids" onto the transparency over the chair - so they look like they are sitting in the chair.
7) Add ribbon and eyelet to side of card.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Stamp on Ribbon



When you are making a card or even a scrapbook page try and remember to stamp onto ribbon.
I will show the rest of this card tomorrow

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Escape



Here is a tag I made use Stamps, ink, mask, and pop top. I love tags they are easy to make - you can use them on a card, scrapbook page and more...

Direction:
1) Cut Tag shape from Cream cardstock. Don't know how to make a tag - check out my Youtube video for "How to Make a tag" for easy direction...
2) lay down your Tim Holtz "compass" mask in lower corner - Make sure you leave part of the mask hang off the tag - this is a good tip for design -
3) Using Stewart Superior Memories Chalk "western tan" first - I covered the whole mask area. Then I add Memories Chalk "gingerbread" again covering the whole mask. Add color until you are happy with the outcome...


4) Stamp using Memories Chalk "western tan" and Stampotique "Vintage Script" stamp on top of tag. Ink all edges in both "western tan" and "gingerbread".

5) Stamp using Memories Dye Ink "Artprint brown" and Stampotique "little bird". When you ink your stamp - stamp two birds in full ink and one bird with less ink - you can ink and stamp on a spare piece of paper and then on your project - OR i just stamp the first bird then I stamp again on the same tag. Getting a second image of this bird.
6) Added a pop top embellishment. Also added just a little Memories Dye ink "BlueBird" in three spots of tag to help match the pop top embellishment....
7) Add some ribbon. and you are done....

Saturday, August 1, 2009

There Lived a Beautiful Princess


There Lived a Beautiful Princess:
I really like this page. I had fun doing it also. The paper I used really helped - most of the work was done. But I did add details...









Direction:
Paper is from Die Cuts with a View - the Once Upon a Time Stack. Also some red cardstock for the large circle and the swirls. I cut the circle and the swirls using my Cricuit Machine. I added Gold detailing with a upcoming product from Stewart Superior. I will tell you more about it as more information is available.
The Seal is a "wax seal sticker" I got a Disneyland.
The Flowers are silk and gold detailing and a gem was added.




The Little dress is from EK Sucess. It's so cute.


Well there was nothing too special on this page. I just took my time and added lots of details.

please remember you can all was e-mail me with question.
terri@ultimatescrapbookretreat.com