Sunday, February 28, 2010
It's Blog Hop day. So I had to use the White rabbit to hop with us.... I am so enchanted with the Alice In Wonderland stamps, I just can't put them away.... So here is another great card I did use the stamps I got in my Finding Kit from Queen Kat Stamps..... So much fun.. Please stop back by this week, I will have two more project posted on my blog. Wednesday, I will have a Scrapbook Page and Card and Friday project will just blow you away. So stop back by.
Stamps: Alice In wonderland from Queen Kat Stamps
Paper: Red Card-stock, and Pattern Paper from Robin's Nest Scrapbooking
arrow: Tim Holtz - die cuts
Ink: Memories Mists: "Mango Lemonade", Memories Dye "Cherry Red" and India Ink
Color Pencils: Fiber Castell
Ribbon: Anna Griffins or craft store "Gold"
1) Stamp Alice and White rabbit onto White Card-Stock with India Ink, color in with color Pencils from Fiber Castell. Trim down. Matte one image on Red Card-Stock and other image on Black Card-Stock
2) Stamp "I'm Late" onto Gold Ribbon using India Ink
3) Spray all three Arrow with Memories Mist "Mango Lemondade" the add Memories Dye Ink "Cherry Red"
4) Rip Pattern Paper, adhere to red Card-stock
Hop over to the next blog to see what she did http://taylordconcepts.blogspot.com/
"Well off with your heads" - if you don't head over to Queen kat Stamps and purchase all of these stamps.
Friday, February 26, 2010
do you just love this - this a a Post Card size EcoArt Board from Rubberstamp concepts. I just feel in love with this boards. They are two sided, so you can but your art of both sides. So who will be the lucky on in my family to receive this Christmas Cards this year.
Front Side of Post Card:
Stamps: "under the Mistletoe" from Rubberstamp Concepts,
Memories Mists: "Pale Ale"
Button: I am not sure who's button this is - but any button will work
lace Ribbon: Craft store
Colored Pencils: Faber-Castell
Ink:Palette "haystack" and "Raw Sienna" Memories Dye Ink "ArtPrint Brown"
Stamp all image using "ArtPrink Brown" dye ink. color in image using Faber-Catell Pencil. Add lace to bottom.
Sprayed my white paper flower with "Pale Ale" memories Mists and ink the edge a little to make look old. add button to center. and you are done.
Here is the back side of that post card. I made it plan today, because I plan on use this post card as one of my Christmas cards this year.
Supplies for Back of Postcard
"Vintage Postcard" from Stampotqiue Originals
Ink:Palette "haystack" and "Raw Sienna" and Memoires "ArtPrint Brown"
Using your make up sponge ink the back of post card with both "haystack" and "Raw Sienna"
Ink Vintage Postcard Stamp with "Artprint Brown" ink and stamp on top (see placement)
my Bronwyn is also do festive fridays with me so hop over to her blog and see what she created. I am heading there right now. Please add yourself as a follower of my blog, i have BIG plans in the future..
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
The DT for Stampotique is do a color challenge: our color are Mossy green, yellow and pink or blue. I did not have any yellow cardstock - NO problem - I have Memories Mists - spray my white cardstock with Mango Lemonade Memories Mists and Now I have yellow paper. and by the way, i also did the same for my flowers. But I used "Cherry Smoothie" - this is a great money saving idea.....
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Cardstock: Green, Pink and White
Ink: Memories Mists: "Mango Lemonade, and "Cherry Smoothie", India Ink
Stamp: Grow Girl
1) spray my white cardstock with Mango Lemonade - and sprayed a small piece with "Cherry Smoothie". set aside to dry. After both where dry I embossed both cardstock using cutterlebug embossing folder. Cut the "mango lemonade" cardstock with oval cutter
2) Punch two flowers from the "Cherry Smoothie" cardstock. Lay one flower on top of the other flower and add a brad.
3) Stamp "Grow Girl" using India Ink and color the image in with Copic Markers. Cut the image out.
4) Matte my Mango Lemonade Paper to Mossy green cardstock. Add all to pink cardbase.
5) Added ribbon to bottom of card (see card for placement).
6) Adhered "Grow Girl" to center of oval
7) Add punched flower to bottom (see card for placement)
Sunday, February 21, 2010
First thing ladies I lost all my followers over the weekend. They were just gone after I try to move a few thing around. Please add yourself while you are here today. THANKS so much I would be honored....
Love this card. The inspiration was Carpet Tiles. do you see that....
4 EcoArt Board from Rubber Stamp Concepts
Ink: Memories Dye: Yellow and Plum
Ink: Sakura "Crystal Lacquer pens. "yellow"
Stamp: Flower from Queen Kat Stamps
Card stock - three shades of purple, small piece of green cardstock for the leaf
1) Ink all four EcoArt Boards with Yellow Memories Dye Ink, include all the edges of the boards.
2) tape all four boards together (one the back) so you can stamp image without the boards moving on you..
3) Stamp flower image in center of the four boards (tiles)
4) Add a small drop of Yellow Crystal Lacquer onto the tip of each of the flowers. Set aside to dry.
5) Stamp Flower image onto white card stock and cut out image. Add Yellow Crystal Lacquer to flower and set aside to dry.
6) Matt EcoArt Board to card stock (two shades of purple)
7) Add ribbon
8) add eyelet to center of cut out flower image.
9) Adhere all to card base.
Hope you enjoy this one...
Now Hop over to the store and purchase all of these stamps..... I have links for the other product on this card for you also. Please stop by Queen Kat's Store and check out her prices....
Here is a quick ATC I made using Rubberstamp Concepts EcoArt ATC and their Stamps.
This was very quick and lots of fun. Love making ATC.
EcoArt ATC for Rubberstamp Concepts
Stamp: Sister from the Dear Sister collection also from Rubberstamp Concepts.
Stamp image on to ATC. colored the image with colored pencils. See easy..... My color are a little strong - but the computer did not pick them up well. I did color using colored pencil and did color them it really light. maybe too light. lol
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Friday, February 19, 2010
I am doing some Design work for "The Robin's Nest" they are a scrapbook company with lots of great paper, rub-on's and some fun embellishments. So this card was made using their products. When I first got my box in the mail - I could not wait to play with the rub-on's and you all know rub-on's are wonderful or NOT. These are wonderful and I tested them on everything as you will see in this cards. They are Great rub-on's......
Rub-on's: "Snow Fun"
Dew Drops: Aqua marine, and Moonstone
Cardstock: Blue and White
Blue Ribbon: Anna Griffin
Snowflake Brad: unknown
Adhesive: Rubberstamp Concepts - Super Adhesive Tape
1) Cut and score or purchase Blue Cardbase
2) Add Snowflake from the "Snow Fun" rub-on's collection.
3) Cut Blue ribbon to fix your card base and add "Snow" rub-on from same collection. See how well the rub-on worked on the ribbon and my ribbon is very textured.... how cool is that!
4) Add snowflake brad to ribbon before you adhere to card base. Adhere to middle of card.
5) Apply "Kids of sled" to white cardstock and cut around them.
6) Add Very aggressive tape to bottom of card (I used "Super Adhesive Tape"). Place "kids on sled in the corner of the card. Add Aqua marine, and Moonstone over the tape.
7) Add more Aqua marine and Moonstone Dew Drops over the Snowflake rub-on's.
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Stencil: brass stencil or other stencil you may have in your collections
Post it note
Card Base: Die Cuts with a View
1) Place stencil in center of White Card stock. Place Post It Notes or scrap paper over the part of the image that you don’t want to spray with the first color. If my video I covered the Grape leaves first and spray the Grapes with Memories Mists “Merlot”.
2) Remove the Post it notes without moving your stencil. Now cover the grape part of the stencil and spray Memories Mists: “Green tea” over the leaves of your grape stencil image. Remove your protective scrap paper.
3) Trim your image to fit your card base or scrapbook page.
4) Matte onto black card stock (see my quick trick in my video – on how to matte an image without measuring.
5) Adhere Matted Image to card base for scrapbook page. Embellish to complete your project.
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Here is a fun way to make your Easter Eggs this year. Let your imagination go wild with Memories Mists and Memories Resist.
Eggs – hard boiled or remove the insides
Additional embellishments as desired
1) Hard boil your eggs or use the old blow them out method. To Do the blow out method: You poke a small hole in both end of the egg carefully. You blow into the hole on one end and the egg will come out of the hole on the other end.
2) Make sure you egg is DRY, this is a very important step – because the Memories Resist will not stick to a wet egg.
3) Draw any design or image you want onto the egg surface. Then you open your bottle of Memories Resist you will notice a small nib, which will allow you to make many different designs on the surface of your eggs. Set your eggs aside to dry, you will know your Memories Resist is dry when it turns from a milky blue color to almost clear, with will take approximately 10 to 15 minutes.
4) After the Memories Resist is dry, it turns from a milky blue color to clear, spray with Memories Mists (any color you want), if you want to add more then one color let the Memories Mists dry between each color.
5) Peel off the Memories Resist to revile your design.
6) Finish off your egg with Memories Mist Iridescent Spray.
Sunday, February 14, 2010
I hope everyone love this card.
Card stock: White, Chocolate Brown, Red Aqua
Stamps: "Night on the town" stamp set (used "London, Paris, New York" and the "lamp post"
"Lovebirds on a fence"
Ink: Memories Dye "Turquoise", "Cherry Red" and India Ink
Cuttlerbug texture plate: Swirls
Crystal Color Lacquer: Yellow and Pink
1) Stamp: Both the "Lovebirds on a fence" using Cherry Red ink and "London, Paris, New York" using Indian Ink onto White cardstock. Cut both images out.
2) Emboss White card stock using Cuttlebug's texture plate. Ink over embossed image using Memories Dye "Turquoise"
3) Stamp lamp post on top right corner using India Ink. Then add "Yellow" Crystal Lacquer to the image (makes it look like it's glowing.
4) color in "love birds" using Pink Crystal Lacquer.
5) Matt your "London, Paris, New York" image on to both red and aqua card stock. Adhere to card (see sample for placement)
6) Add a few pop dots to your "love Bird" image and place on bottom of card (see sample for placement)
7) Matt the whole image onto Red card stock and place onto Brown Card base...
Hope you enjoy my Post for this weeks blog hop. Now hop over to the store and purchase all of these stamps... If you have any question you can e-mail me at Terri@ultimatescrapbookretreat.com
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Saturday, February 13, 2010
Here is the First project I have done with the February Finding Kit from Queen Design Stamps.
You can watch a video on how to make this project on Youtube.com/terrisproul "Alice in wonderland with Terri Sproul"
February Finding Kit
3 - EcoArt Boards ATC from Rubber Stamp Concepts
Memories Mists "Blueberry Shake"
Molds from Sweetbrier Studio
Ink: India Ink
I am going to try and film this project and make a video for you guys. I hope to have it post my Monday'sh. Hope you enjoy the project. If you have any questions please let me know..
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Welcome to the Stampotique Challenge - this challenge is a love them. Go check out what the other designer projects are. I know I am off to check it out..
Stamps: Vintage Script 8100.Y, The Crafter 6056.R, Measuring Tape 7141.K. all Stampotique stamps
Fiber – red
Punches: EK Success: Flowers – Medium (Red Cardstock)
Sweetbrier Studio Mold – Sweetbrierstudio.com
Card base: Green card stock
White Tag: Sizzix Machine
1) Add Memories Resist to tag. Set aside to dry. When Memories Resist is dry, spray tag with Memories Mists "Pink Lemonade" Peel off Memories Resist
2) Stamp "the crafter" using Indian Ink, stamp "Measuring Tape" with "Claret"
3) Make Paper Clay heart using Sweetbrier Studio mold. Paint Clay heart with any paint you want. I using Twinkling H2O's. Adhere Paperclay heart to the Crafter hand (over the heart she has in her hand now)
4) Punch out flower using Red Cardstock - ink edges to add some distress... Adhere flower together and add button to middle of flowers.
5) Add Fiber to Tag. Adhere tag to card base.
Remember to get all your stamp for this card at Stampotique and your ink from Stewart Superior.
If you would like to learn more about Stewart Superior New Product "Memories Resist. Check out there website and look at the Winter Newsletter
Sunday, February 7, 2010
I am so happy to be apart of the Monday Blog Hop. I hope you like what I made.
Paper: Cardstock (purple) and "Purple Passion Leopard"
Stamps: Queen Kat Designs: "Night on the town"
Ink: India Ink
1) Cut cardbase to 5 1/2 x 4 1/4"
2) Rip a piece of Purple Passion Leopard paper and attach to bottom of card
3) Stamp Clock and "night on the town" onto White cardstock with India Ink
4) Punch out "Night on the town" using a circle punch
5) Punch out a large circle to matt stamped image
6) Matt Clock image. adhere to card. see sample for placements.
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Thursday, February 4, 2010
I taught this class at CHA winter show 2010 for Queen Kat Design.
See the video on how to make this on Youtube and purchase the stamp at Queen Kat Designs. Crystal Color Lacquer can be purchased at Sakuracraft.com
We attached the Clasp with Glossy Accents from Ranger Inks...
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Love this card idea:
Pattern Paper - I use two different pattern papers - One in a green and one in a orange.
Circle and square punch
Stamp: Fairy from Queen Kat Designs
Ink: Clean embossing ink and clear embossing powder, Memories Mists: "BlueBerry Shake"
1) Stamp Image onto a Pattern Paper using Clear Embossing ink and clear embossing powder
Remove extra embossing powder and heat with your embossing gun.
Spray over the Stamp Image with Memories Mist you are covering the whole image and pattern paper with the Memories Mists
Give your image a second to dry a little and wipe of the excess Memories Mists from the embossed image. How cool is that...
I matted my image with orange pattern paper.
Punched three circle from the Green pattern paper and three squares from the orange pattern paper. I added a flower and button and viola. Another master piece done...
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
ATC - little works of Art - I just love making these things.
ATC - from Strathmore
Stamps: "Mushroom", "Create" and "Barbed Wire" all from Queen Kat
Ink: Memories Chalk "Pale Olive", Memories Chalk "Faded Lavender" Memories Dye Ink "Plum
1) Stamp Mushroom onto ATC using "Pale Olive".
2) Add Memories Resist to top of Mushroom image to protect from the "barbed wire" stamp. Set aside to dry. When Memories Resist turns clear it dry and we are ready to add more stamped images.
3) Stamp Barbed Wire stamp across the top of the ATC using Memories Dye "plum"
4) Peel off Memories Resist and color in Mushroom image with Copic Markers
5) Stamp "Create" using India Ink on left side
6) using a Make-up sponge - sponge on "faded Lavender" ink over all of image
Another Work of Art done....
Monday, February 1, 2010
I love ATC - wonder little works of Art
ATC from Rubber Stamp Concepts.
1 1/2" x 1 1/2" EcoArt Board also from Rubber Stamp concepts.
Ink: Memories Chalk "Faded Lavender" Memories Dye Ink "Plum" and India Ink
Stamp: Hero Arts
Crystal Lacquer - Green and Purple from the basic set of Color Lacquer
1) Using a Makeup sponge - sponge on "Faded Lavender" on background of both ATC and 1 1/2"x 1 1/2" EcoArt Boards.
2) Stamp image onto EcoArt ATC and EcoArt Board 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" using India Ink.
3) Color in both images using 3-D Crystal Lacquer.
4) Ink "wine" in Memories Plum and stamp onto EcoArt ATC in top corner (see sample for placement)
5) When your Crystal Lacquer is dry (about 10 -15 minutes) Adhere Small EcoArt board onto ATC board.
Fun and easy to do. Hope you like this one...