Welcome to this week’s Project Share. As always my friends have created some lovely work. Please use the links to visit their blogs and read more about their projects.
Helzie has utilised some of the tiny stamps from the Needle and Thread set…. Its amazing what can be achieved with the right technique.
See more about this project on Helzie’s blog here
Heather has used her stamps to make her own DSP! This is a great way to get more from the products and adds flexibility.
See more about this project on Heather’s blog here
Jill has made this monochrome thank you card. This shows beautifully how great cards can be made with very few materials.
See more about this project on Jill’s blog here
I hope you enjoyed these projects. The stamp sets used are listed below.
Thanks for stopping by today and happy Stampin’!
Welcome to the March edition of the InspireInk Blog Hop.
Myself and a bunch of amazing ladies are sharing our creations to inspire you to create.
This month is a sketch challenge from Keila.
This is my card – hope you like it!
I have used a Whisper White card layer to build my design.
First, I stamped the large splatter image from Touches of Texture in Bermuda Bay ink.
Sale-a-bration shimmer ribbon was wrapped around the middle. This was adhered to a white card base.
The sentiment is from Happy Birthday Gorgeous. This was stamped with Bermuda Bay ink and cut with the Starburst punch.
This was added to a 2-1/4 inch card stock circle. The largest circle from the Stitched Shapes framelit collection was used to cut some vellum.
The completed embellishment was adhered with dimensionals.
Finally, I added some Basic Pearls that had been coloured with a Dark Bermuda Bay Stampin’ Blend marker.
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Falling Flowers is one of my favourite stamp sets. So when I wanted a pretty birthday card for my friend this is what I reached for.
The card base is Sahara Sand, with the large flourish added with the matching ink.
The flowers and leaves were stamped on to Whisper White card stock and then die cut.
The floral arrangement was put together with glue dots. The centres were embellished with rhinestones.
The sentiment was taken from Happy Birthday Gorgeous and stamped with Crumb Cake ink.
I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed and linked to the online shop below.
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It’s Wednesday – that means its Global Design Project day. This week is a sketch challenge.
You can see what the design team created here.
… And this is my interpretation of the sketch…
The card base is made with Real Red card stock which was stamped using the Brushstrokes background and Real Red ink.
I used Birthday Memories DSP to create the topper. Two strips were cut to 1-1/2 by 4 inches and matted on to Early Espresso card stock. Some Whisper White bakers twine and Linen thread were wrapped around the topper before adhering to the card base with dimensionals.
The sentiment was taken from Happy Birthday Gorgeous and stamped in Real Red ink. This was cut with the Starburst punch.
To complete the topper, this was layered on to another Starburst cut from Early Espresso and a Crumb Cake stitched circle. This was adhered flat to the card.
I substituted the heart from the sketch with a circle. A 1-1/4 inch punch was used to cut a cake from another sheet of DSP. This was added to Real Red and Crumb Cake circles. This was adhered to the card with dimensionals.
The finishing touch was to add some rhinestones.
I hope you enjoyed this project.
Thanks for stopping by and happy stampin’!
Today I have combined some great bright pastel colours to create this project.
The card base is made from Peekaboo Peach card stock. A white card layer measuring 4 by 5 3/4 inches was adhered to this.
Lemon Lime Twist card was cut 1/4 inch smaller.
The images were stamped on to a piece of Whisper White 3 5/8 by 5 3/8 inches.
I drew a light pencil line one inch from the bottom edge, then stamped the stems in Lemon Lime Twist ink.
The flowers were added to each stem in Flirty Flamingo ink, and filled in with Powder Pink ink.
I adhered this to the Lemon Lime Twist card stock and added the striped ribbon.
The sentiment was stamped with Peekaboo Peach ink.
The stamped panel was then added to the card base with dimensionals.
I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed and linked below.
Tomorrow’s post will be part of a team blog hop. Everyone participating is sharing their creations with the new catalogue products. Be sure to hop along!