Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Split Panel Cards

Split Panel Cards



Supplies:
Cardstock
Rubberstamps
Ink pads
Watercolor ink
Watercolor water brush
popdots

Instructions:
Take a 4.25x5.5 panel and cut a panel as shown:


Take card back - which is an 8.5x5.5 folded in half.  Hard to see in this photo - but carefully outline the pieces in pencil on the front as shown, this will show you where to rubberstamp your images.


Rubberstamp images and color in with watercolors.  When done, spritz with paint splatters.  Let dry.


Take the 2 triangular panels and add a very thin lip or mat underneath the white cardstock as shown, rubberstamp sentiment on panel:


Flip triangle panels over and add popdots.


Add panels onto card front:



The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Alphabet Soup Challenge

Birthday Butterfly 4 Panel Card

Good evening blog community!!  This weekend my crew left me solo to play in my scraproom and watch over the pups.  So I found a fun challenge over HERE at Alphabet Soup to play.  The current challenge - is "I" is for "Insect" and here is my entry:

Supplies:
Cardstock
Rubberstamps
Adhesive
Ink

Instructions:
Cut 4 panels in white cardstock.  Ink panels in various colors with sponges and ink pad as shown.

Rubberstamp "flower" images in black and then rubberstamp "definition" image in brown onto panels.   Attach panels to card front.

Diecut some butterflies and rubberstamp 'definition' image in brown ink onto butterflies.  Ink edges with  color.


Adhere butterflies to cardfront as shown.


The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Club Scrap Pattern Play Blog Hop

Pattern Play Blog Hop!!

Hello and welcome to today's blog!!  Today I am working with Club Scrap's Pattern Play Kit.  I am totally in love with the colors of this kit - with the summer in full bloom the kit reminds me of margaritas with that yummy Lime color!!  So I found these great teas that help reduce stress and I have been giving samples of them away to friends and family to try out, so I found this fun idea online to put teabags in - it holds 6 teabags - and thought I would share with all of you!!  This would make an awesome teacher gift, thank you gift, co-worker gift, stocking stuffer, etc.


Supplies:
(3) 6x6 sheets cardstock
Ribbon
Embellishments
Book binding adhesive
Hole punch

Instructions:

Use this diagram as a template for scoring 3 pieces of 6x6 pieces of cardstock.


Start by centering the 6x6 as a diamond on the scoreboard - score 1.5inches to the left and right of the center as shown:

Rotate the diamond, score down the center of the diamond, score 3/4th in to the right and again to the left as shown: 
 Fold as shown:
 Fold as shown:
 Fold as shown:
 Repeat with all pieces as shown:
 Use book binding glue and adhere one flap of each of pieces together, creating a chain and use a hole punch to punch a hole at the tip of triangle as shown:
Slip a teabag into each of the pockets, 6 teabags total and slide a ribbon through the holes:


Pull the ribbon tight and tie the ribbon closed as shown:
Embellish the front of Tea Caddy


Another version:

Thanks for stopping by...now for more great stuff -

go check out Kay's blog hop project!!!
Or if you want to start at the beginning,
go check out Club Scrap!!!

The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

Friday, June 23, 2017

June Artist Team Challenge

June Artist Team Challenge

So June's challenge is inspired by Tricia’s May Blog hop layout, which is basically to create pages or cards with ONE LAYER (not counting the photo).



Supplies:
white card stock Club Scrap Delft kit
Stencil - Club Scrap Lock & Key kit
Stencil - Club Scrap Cinema kit
Stencil - Club Scrap Sorrento kit
Brown ink
Blue ink
Dylusions spray ink
sponges

Instructions:
Find the center of the 12x12 cardstock, using a mask, sponge brown ink in triangles around the cardstock as shown:


Using Key stencil - spritz some pink color spray lightly around outer edge.  Remove stencil.

Lay down Cinema stencil, spritz with yellow color spray lightly around as shown, remove stencil.

Dang I missed taking the next picture - lay down the next stencil from Sorrento kit - and spritz green color spray.

Let all that dry - you can use a heat gun to speed up the process if in a hurry.  Next I used a piece of card stock as a mask to create a border around where the photo will be placed - I inked this in blue with a sponge:


I added the photo:

I used the Club Scrap Serengeti kit UM Font rubberstamps to stamp the wording on the layout around the photo:

Added a flower for embellishment:

And here is the final layout:

Thanks for stopping by!!  Check back soon for more fun stuff!

Now go check out CHERYL's project next!!!

Or if you want to start at the beginning,
go check out Club Scrap!!!

The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

Monday, June 5, 2017

Mojo Monday Challenge Card #500

Today I am playing along at Mojo Monday Challenge HERE.  So sad to see this is their farewell challenge!! :(

I made two cards, only submitted one to the challenge - but it was such a fun simple sketch I decided to make two cards and use Club Scrap's Color me Happy kit - that kit is just so perfect with the weather just so bright and beautiful right now around here!!



The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

Friday, June 2, 2017

Money Lei

Money Lei

So check out this great fun way to give some money to someone.  My son's girlfriend is graduating from high school this weekend and so I made this Money Lei for her.  For this particular lei, I used (10) $1.00 bills, (10) $2.00 bills, and (2) $10.00 bills - for a total $50.00.  The butterfly uses 2 bills - I used the (2) $10 bills.  The school colors are green and blue, so I used Club Scrap's Refresh kit

You could do any variation from as low as all $1 bills for $22, clear up to whatever amount you like.

Supply List:
Card stock
Ribbon
Crisp money
Bone folder

Instructions:

Accordion fold money.  I held them flat with paper clips.

There will be 8 "mountains" as shown:

Cut cardstock 6x3-1/8.

Score every 3/8th of an inch

Accordion fold cardstock.  Stack a bill on top of cardstock.

Fold up and tied with a ribbon in the center.
Spread flaps out creating a medallion - I used my teeny tiny Tim Holtz stapler to staple the very corners of the cardstock to hold the shape.

To create the necklace.  I took 3 lengths of ribbon and braided them together.  I stapled each end together then hot glued the two ends together.  I started by tying the first 2 green circles on side by side.  Next I threaded the ribbons from a blue one onto a needle and thread it down through the crack of the green one, remove the ribbons from the needle and tie onto the braided ribbon.  Repeat the same process for all of the medallions.

 Used two bills to create a butterfly.

Add the butterfly over top of the original 2 green medallions I tied onto the braided ribbon.

Here's a view of the back side:






The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

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