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Festive Christmas Collection by Heartfelt Creations

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Today I want to show you the new holiday collection by Heartfelt Creations.  It is called “Festive Christmas Collection“, and is just beautiful.  The collection includes six stamp sets and a paper pack.  With them you can easily make some beautiful cards that your family and friends will treasure for years to come.

peace doves   lantern

ornament

warmest wishes  nativity

These are five simple cards that I created using the Festive Christmas Collection stamps and papers.  Don’t you just love the vibrant colors in the cardstock?  With the cardstock collection alone there are many different cards or scrapbook layout pages that you could make.  As usual, they’ve set up the paper to make quick card fronts, and quick layout pages.  The cards are in various sizes, so there should be a size/shape to suit everyone.  There is not a die specific to this collection, but Heartfelt recommends the Luggage and Tags die set, and any of the Cut Mat  Create dies (these are not needed, but will make the cutting/layering much quicker).  Please see this short video for a closer look at the stamps and dies that are a part of the Festive Christmas Collection.

My first two cards feature two of the card fronts available in the paper pack.  I simply trimmed them to 3-7/8″ x 5-1/8″, added a brushed gold layer (a little over 4″ x a little over 5.25″) and a red or green background layer cut 4.25″ x 5.5″.  I added a die-cut sentiment using the Die-Versions Sweet Wordlets (I love these dies!).  To save paper, I cut the sentiment from the center of the brushed gold layer (just be sure that the other layers will cover the remaining hole).  I used my clear Wink of Stella pen to add some glittery effects to the cardstock (you can’t really see it in the video, but this adds a nice touch), and added ribbon/embellishments as shown.  Too easy!

peace doves  lantern

The middle card uses one of the journaling cards found at the back of the paper collection.   I stamped the “Festive Notes” stamp in black on dark green paper (cut 3.75″ x 5″)  to create the background paper for this card.  I added two more layers, one off-white (4″ x 5.25″) and one dark green (4.25″ x 5.5″).    I added some clear Wink of Stella to make the ornament and poinsettia sparkle.  Gold ribbon and rhinestones finish the card.

ornament

The “Warmest Wishes” card features words isolated from the “Festive Christmas Background Stamp“.  To do this, I stamped the appropriate section of the stamp on a scrap of off-white paper.  I fussy cut the words “warmest wishes”, and set it aside.  The patterned paper is one of the 6″x6″ versions included in the paper pack.  I trimmed it to 3.75″ x 5″.  The other two layers are cut 4″ x 5.25″ (ivory) and 4.25″ x 5.5″ (green).  The poinsettia is made using the “Christmas Poinsettia” stamp set (part of last year’s Season of Joy collection) and is cut using the Sun Kissed Fleur die.   A red bow and ribbon finish the card.

warmest wishes

The last card features an ornament from the “O Little Town” stamp set.  I stamped it in gold ink on ivory paper, and fussy cut it.  The first layer is cut 3.75″ x 5″ and embossed using the Sizzix/Stampin’ Up “Petals a Plenty” embossing folder.   The middle layer is cut 4″ x 5.25″, and is brushed gold.  The base layer is red, and is cut 4.25″ x 5.5″.   The over-size red ribbon and bow finish the card.

nativity

These were very easy cards and were quite simple to create.  What a great collection!

Heartfelt also makes a Festive Christmas Card Kit that gives you the items you’ll need to make five cards.  That is another great way to experience this collection.

 

Supply list

Heartfelt CreationsFestive Christmas Collection” stamps and cardstock

Heartfelt CreationsChristmas Poinsettia” stamp and Sun Kissed Fleur die

Sizzix Stampin’ Up Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder

Die-Versions Sweet WordletsNoel” and “Peace on Earth

Die cutting/embossing machine — I used my Sizzix Big Shot

Assorted cardstock

Assorted ribbons/embellishments

Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal, glue dot and dimensional adhesive

Inks — I used Onyx Black Versafine and Tsukineko Delicata Golden Glitz

Wink of Stella – Clear

 

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’

Cheryl

MamaSaidShare.wordpress.com

 

 

 

 

 

Using Faber-Castell Gelatos with Background Stamps

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

Today I want to share a technique for using Faber Castell Gelatos with background stamps.  Of course when you begin a project with an awesome Penny Black background stamp paired with Faber Castell Gelatos, you just can’t miss! Check this out!

ivy  rose

silver

Using Gelatos with a background stamp is really very easy.  First step is to select the background stamp.  For my samples I used Penny Black background stamps — “Star Ivy” and “Bed of Roses“.  Both are beautiful stamps and will easily cover a layer for an A2 card (4.25″ x 5.5″).  The next step is to select the Gelato colors that you want to use.  There are quite a few colors, including some metallic colors, so sometimes you have to experiment a little to get that perfect color combination.  For example, for the ivy/violets card, I selected Green Tea as my “all over” color, and  Margarita Mix and Spearmint as my accent colors.   I like using the accent colors to add some depth and sometimes to add some highlights.  When I’m selecting accent colors, I generally choose a lighter and a darker shade of the same color if my all over color is a mid-tone (like Green Tea), or I select a mid-shade and a darker shade if my all over color is light.  Sometimes one accent color is all that you need.   I chose an off-white paper to stamp on, and cut it 4.25″ x 5.5″.  I always cut my paper a little larger than what I will need in the finished project.  This way I can trim away any edges that aren’t as nice.

Stamping is the easy part.  I just mounted my Penny Black Star Ivy cling stamp on a clear acrylic block.  I used my Ranger mini-mister to lightly mist the rubber stamp, and then I took my Faber Castell Green Tea Gelato and colored over the entire stamp, being sure to cover all of the edges, etc. When coloring, use a light touch — if you press too hard, some of the Gelato will flake off.  (You’ll see these little “goobers” in the finished work — but if you let them dry, you can usually scrape them off with no problem.)  The water helps to spread the Gelato a little so that coloring is very easy (it also takes less than if you spread the Gelato on a dry stamp).  Be sure that your stamp isn’t so wet that puddles are forming, etc.  The end result will be fine, but it will be a little more fuzzy.  Once the stamp was covered with Green Tea, I added just a little Margarita Mix Gelato (this is a lighter/brighter shade) to add some highlights.  Then I used the Spearmint Gelato to work around the edges, and to add some deeper tones to the stamp.   There’s really no right or wrong way to do the accents — just do what makes sense to you, adding as little or as much as you want.  When I finished the accents, I misted the stamp again.  It is important to be careful to moisten the entire stamp, but not to soak it with water.  If you see “puddles” forming, it may be a good idea to try to sponge a little off with a piece of a paper towel.  Then I turned the moistened stamp over and placed it on the paper.  I added a little pressure for a couple of seconds, and then let the stamp “rest” on the paper for a few seconds while the Gelato transferred to the paper.  Finally, I carefully lifted the stamp.  Usually the paper comes up with the stamp and that is okay, you just need to carefully peel the paper from the stamp.   Set the paper aside to dry (it won’t take long).  Typically there is enough Gelato on your stamp to do another background or two, although they will be a little lighter.  You can also “refresh” by adding more Gelato before stamping.  When you’re done, the stamp cleans up easily with a little soap and water.  Because the Gelato will stick in the detail of the stamp, you may find it easier to use an old toothbrush to remove it (use the brush with soap/water — not dry).  Please see the short video for additional information on how to use background stamps and Gelatos.

Once the Gelato background has dried, finishing the card is simple.  I just selected some background layers for my cards, and added sentiments and embellishments in coordinating colors My sentiments are all cut from the background layer using the Die-Versions Sweet Wordlets (love those dies!).  For the silver and pink cards, I also cut the words from ivory cardstock.  I placed the ivory words beneath the silver or pink to add some dimension, and to make the words more readable.  Since my Gelato background was a little larger than I needed, I trimmed the edges to fit.

My Gelato combinations are as follows –

ivy  Overall color – Green Tea; accents – Spearmint and Margarita Mix

rose  Overall color – Watermelon; accents – Cherry and Guava

silver  Overall color – Metallic Silver; accent – Squid Ink

The background stamps are Penny Black — Star Ivy and Bed of Roses.

These are some cards that I made last year using a rose background stamp by Stacy’s Stamps.  You can see that even stamps with fine lines work nicely with Gelatos.

stacy rose  overall color – Watermelon; accent – Cherry

stacy gold  overall color – Metallic Gold; accents – Butterscotch and Chocolate

This is such a fun and simple technique.  I hope that you have a chance to try it.

 

Supply List

Faber Castell Gelatos

Penny Black background stamps — Bed of Roses and Star Ivy

large acrylic stamp block

Ranger mini-mister

assorted cardstock

assorted ribbon

assorted embellishments — most of the ones I used are purchased; the violets on the ivy card were made using the Sizzix Susan’s Garden Pansies and Violets die set

adhesive — I used Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal

Sentiments – I used the Sweet Wordlets by Die Versions — “happy”, “birthday”, “anniversary”, “thanks”

Die cutting machine — I used my Sizzix Big Shot

paper trimmer

 

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’

Cheryl

MamaSaidShare.wordpress.com

 

 

How To Make A Shaker Card Using Die-Versions Frame Die!

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Hello! Today we are working on a fun shaker card using the gorgeous Die-Versions “Hello” Sweet Frame. Lately, I been wondering how to make a window card, and when I saw this frame on the Cut@Home site, I could not resist! So let’s get started!

hello

Using your Sizzix Big Shot, cut your frame. (I must say a clean and crisp cut the first time!). Next trim your background paper, .25 inches smaller than your card and adhere.

5-2-14-2

Now to the window:

By using a clear envelope you can cut it fit within the frame, then using a stapler OR adhesive proceed to close the sides. Before it is all sealed, add your choice of items such as sequins, or glitter and seal the bottom. Glue the envelope to back of the frame.

Finally glue your finished window to your card.

5-2-14

Here is a step-by-step video of this project and I have demonstrated how to use Die-Versions dies on the Sizzix Big Shot.

 

Items used:

Die-Versions “Hello” Sweet Frames

Sizzix Big Shot

Sequins

White Cardstock and Kraft cardstock

Clear envelope

Adhesive.

 

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Crystal

 

Die-Versions Easter Bunny Cards

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

Today I’m using another really fun Die-Versions die – this time to make Easter Bunny Cards.  The bunnies are also perfect for other Spring or Easter decorations.  This is a single die that makes either a standing or sitting bunny along with accessories.  I love how they put a little scalloped edge around the bunny to make it look more fuzzy and cuddly.

brown bunny  white bunny

sitting bunny

The Die-Versions dies are thin metal dies, so you can use them with almost any die cutting machine.  I chose my Sizzix Big Kick because it is well-suited to this type of cutting.  Although it could cut at least two layers of the heaviest papers, this time I cut one layer at a time to make sure I retained all of the detail.  Since this die focuses on a single animal, you can pretty much cut all of the pieces that you need with just one pass (there are a couple of exceptions – for example, if you want the sitting version you’ll need to cut another foot with foot pads).   The animal parts are conveniently grouped together at the bottom of the die, so you can use a scrap that is approximately 4” x 4.25” to cut the body parts.  You’ll also need a scrap this size (or a group of smaller scraps) to cut the parts that are pink.

Once the pieces are cut, I find it helpful to lay them out on a sheet of contrasting paper to make sure I have everything I need.  Then I used a little Memento ink to “edge” each of the pieces to enhance that cute scalloped cut.  I used London Fog ink for the white bunny and Toffee Crunch ink for the tan bunny.  I added the ink with a Darice foam marshmallow, sponging ink around the edges of each piece (main color only – I did not sponge the pink pieces).   For the main body, I added a little sponged ink to the slit area in the center.  For the face, I used a little Angel Pink to enhance the cheeks, and used a Cool Gray Copic Multiliner to enhance the nose/mouth detail.  Please see this short video for more detail.

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My preference is to assemble the bunny as a stand-alone object – then it can be attached to a card or used elsewhere for a decoration.  The adhesive that I find works best for this is the Scotch Quick Dry Tacky Glue.  It bonds paper to paper very quickly, and that keeps parts from slipping out of place, etc.   I began by attaching the arms to the main body, and then adding the face.  Then I add the feet, the paws, the ears, nose, etc.  Note that the ears end up in two pieces, the main color outside and the pink inside.  If you’re assembling a stand-alone bunny, you’ll need something to hold the pink piece in the center of the main body color.  I just use a small strip of paper – making sure to glue it to the pink center as well as each side of the main color.  You can see this in the back view of the bunny below.  Also for the eyes, instead of wrangling the tiny little pupils (and cutting them from black, etc.), I find it easier to just cut a small strip of black paper and glue it to the back of the head.  Cheating?  Maybe. . . but why not?  I did the same thing for the feet on the sitting bunny.  It just seemed so much easier.

To assemble the card, I first selected a patterned paper to place the bunny on, and a coordinating base layer.  I cut the base layer 4.25” x 5.5” (A-2 size), and the patterned paper 3-7/8” x 5-1/8”.  I used Scor-Tape to attach the patterned layer to the base layer.   I also attached the completed bunny with Scor-Tape.  I stamped the sentiment on a small piece of white cardstock, and added it to the card with Scor-Tape.  The purple bow on the white bunny is one of the accessories on the die.  The carrots with the tan bunnies were also cut using the “Easter Bunny” die.  The accessory pieces were glued in place.

I thought the sitting bunny would also make a cute table decoration for Easter dinner – perhaps as a place holder or as a napkin ring.  It is really easy to add a triangle of paper to make the bunny sit up straight, or a circle to make a napkin ring, etc.  There are just so many options – especially when you add in all of the accessories.  Too much fun!  Here are a couple of pictures of the “support” for the sitting bunny.

back view  holder

Supply List:

Die-Versions die “Easter Bunny

Die cutting machine – I used my Big Kick by Sizzix

Assorted cardstock for the bunny – scraps will work fine

Assorted cardstock for the card layers

Adhesives – ¼” Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal, Scotch Quick Dry Tacky Glue

Sentiments – I used a set from Impression Obsession called “Easter Seals”

Ink – I used Memento London Fog, Angel Pink, Toffee Crunch, Bahama Blue, and Grape Jelly

Darice craft marshmallow

Copic multiliner pen – Cool Gray

 

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Cheryl

Children’s Cards featuring Die-Versions I {Heart} You Animals

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Today I’m using a super-fun die by Die-Versions, “I {Heart} You Animals”.  This single die can be used to make at least eight different animals – a lion, a dog, a cat, a bear, a pig, an owl, a monkey and a cow.  How fun is that! I really think that with a little creativity, you can probably come up with even more animals by mixing and matching the parts, changing colors, etc.   Any of the animals would make a really cute children’s card for a birthday or any occasion – even an “I love you.

dog  bear

lion  owl

pig

The Die-Versions dies are  thin metal dies, so you can use them with almost any die cutting machine.  I chose my Sizzix Big Kick because it is well-suited to heavy-duty cutting.  With even my heaviest papers, I was able to cut at least two layers at a time (so I could cut both feet at the same time by stacking the two scraps together, etc.).  This saves a little time, and gets me to the fun of assembling the animal faster.

There are a couple of ways you can approach using the die.  You can select an animal and the colors of cardstock needed to make it.  You might then cut a full sheet of “parts” for each of the colors needed (for some of the colors you would have to cut two full sheets to get enough parts), and then only use the parts you need for the selected animal.  The left over parts can be held and used on another card.  I think the better way to approach it is to just use your scraps to cut only the pieces that you need for the selected animal.  For example, a 2-1/4” x 3” scrap is an appropriate size for the heart, a 2” square for the head, 1” squares for the feet, etc.  If you use this method, it really takes very little paper to assemble any of the animals.  If you lay the scraps on the die carefully, you can cut most of the parts needed for an animal in one pass through the die cutting machine.

If little pieces tend to make you crazy, note that the eyes and the paw pads, etc. are made from small circles.  If you have small circle hole punches (1/8”, ¼”, 3/16”, etc.) you may find it easier to just punch out the shapes needed rather than trying to wrangle the little circles on the die.  You may also prefer to cut the larger white circle for the eyes and draw in the pupil with a black marker (a black Glaze pen would give a nice result).   Markers can also be used if you want to create an animal with stripes (for example, a tiger cat, etc.).  This is all optional – everything that you need is included on the die.  Please see the short video for more tips on using the I {Heart} You Animals die.

To assemble the card, I first selected a patterned paper to place the animal on, and a coordinating base layer.  I cut the base layer 4.25” x 5.5” (A-2 size), and the patterned paper 3-7/8” x 5-1/8”.  I used Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal to attach the patterned layer to the base layer.   The next thing I did was to lay the animal pieces on the card front to see how everything fits.  When I was happy with the placement, I began to glue the pieces in place.  I used Scotch Quick Drying Tacky Glue for the larger pieces.  For the smaller pieces, a glue pen or a product called “Sticky Dots” will work best.  Of course, you could also run the pieces through a Xyron before attaching them.  For ears and tails, I also used some low dimensional adhesive to add a little dimension.  Note that I added the sentiments to the hearts before I assembled the animals.  Instead of the sentiments you could use stickers or other die cuts, etc.

There are many other fun ways that you can use this die.  If you don’t want so much emphasis on the heart, you can cut the heart  in the main body color, or replace the heart with an appropriate sized circle or oval.  You could also assemble the animal separate from the card base and mount it using a wobble spring (imagine the “giggles” that will bring!).  It is a very versatile die.

 

Supply List:

Die-Versions die “I {Heart} You Animals

Die cutting machine – I used my Big Kick by Sizzix

Assorted cardstock for the animals – scraps will work fine

Assorted  cardstock for the card layers

Adhesives – ¼” Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal, Scotch Quick Drying Tacky Glue, glue pen, Therm O Web Sticky Dots, etc.  You may also want a low dimensional adhesive such as Darice foam squares.

Sentiments or stickers – I used several of the new small stamp sets and bars by Heidi Swapp.

Ink – I used Versafine Onyx Black ink.

 

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Cheryl

 

Glittered “Heart Pops” Card

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Today my card is a Valentine featuring the “Heart Pops” die by Die-Versions.  This is a new die, and when I saw it I knew it was a must have.  It is just so much fun, and depending on how you use it makes a great Valentine for all ages.   It can also be used for a variety of projects other than those for Valentines Day.

love in air

I used a glittering technique for this card that features Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal.  It is a simple technique, although it may take a little practice on something as intricate as this die.

I started out with a 6”x6” sheet of Scor-Tape.  These sheets have liners on both sides, making it possible to die cut the Scor-Tape.  I cut the heart balloons from the Scor-Tape.  The Die-Versions dies cut very nicely, and I didn’t have any problems with “no cut” areas, etc.  Just do whatever you normally do with your die cutting machine for intricate dies (run it through a second time, add a shim, etc.) and it will be fine. When it comes to removing the shape from the die, just be careful and remember that you have a layer of tape and two layers of liner, so you don’t want to rip, etc.  Work gently to free the image from the die.

Next I prepared the layers for my card.  I cut a 4.25” x 5.5” piece of red cardstock as the background layer.  Then I cut a patterned cardstock to 3-7/8” x 5-1/8” (my pink hearts are from a 6×6 paper pad by Pebbles called “Yours Truly”).  I embossed the background layer using “Ornate Swirls” by Sizzix.

This next step is the one that can be a little tricky — placing the Scor-Tape balloons on the patterned paper.  This is not difficult, but does take a little patience.   First I carefully removed the brown liner from the balloons.  I find it easiest to take one balloon at a time – remove the liner to the string and carefully trim off the liner (leaving the liner on the strings and other balloons intact).  Then I placed that balloon on the cardstock before moving on to the next one.  The tricky part is that sometimes the Scor-Tape comes up with the brown liner, and then it is very easy for it to get out of its intended shape, etc.  I used my tools, etc. – tweezers, picks (like you use to get the small pieces out of dies), etc. – adding fingers to the mix just makes things worse.  Again, it’s important to just work slowly and calmly through this, one balloon at a time.  Once the liner was removed from all three balloons and all were in place on the cardstock, I removed the liner from the strings and set those into place.  The strings also consist of some fairly thin pieces of Scor-Tape that may not exactly go where you want them to go – just have patience and use your tools (picks, tweezers, etc.) to guide them into place.  Once the liner was fully removed, I pressed all of the pieces into the cardstock so that there was a strong bond (if it hasn’t fully adhered, glitter will get underneath, and the image may try to lift up off of the paper).

The hard part is over now – the rest is pure fun!  I placed my card layer on a thin piece of paper (copier-weight paper, for example).   I opened the jar of glitter and set it to the side of the paper.  Then I removed the top Scor-Tape liner from the image.  This should be fairly easy, although you’ll want to be a little careful here to make sure that you don’t pull up the Scor-Tape also.  Once the Scor-Tape was exposed, I added glitter to cover the tape image.  I used a microfine glitter for my project, and that can get everywhere – so I always try to only shake out a little more than is needed, keeping most of it in the bottle.  When the image was covered, I used my finger to lightly press the glitter onto the tape.   Then I tapped off the excess glitter onto the lightweight paper, and used a soft bristled brush to continue removing the excess glitter from the card front.  (You can easily fold the lightweight paper and guide the unused glitter back into the jar.)

The next step is to burnish the image.  I simply rubbed my finger over the glittered area.  This loosens any excess glitter that remains, and also revitalizes the glitter that adheres to the Scor-Tape to bring back the “sparkle”.  This is a very important step, but clearly the easiest.  Once the entire image was burnished, I used my brush again to remove any excess glitter from the project.  Please see this short video for a demonstration of the glittering technique.

To finish the card,  I used ¼” Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal to attach the glittered layer to the back layer.  I also used the Scor-Tape to attach the ribbon and bow.  I cut a red heart (same paper as the background) using one of the “Rustic HeartsDie-namics dies by My Favorite Things.  I stamped the sentiment on the heart.  I used my Quickie glue pen to draw a small heart next to the sentiment, and covered the glue with Warm  Highlight glitter by Glitter Ritz.  It takes just a short time for the glue to dry (about 5 minutes), and when it’s dry you can brush off the excess glitter and burnish the little heart.  I attached the sentiment using a low dimensional adhesive.  That’s it – the card front is finished!

love in air

Tip – When you’ve die cut as much as possible from your 6″ x 6″ Scor-Tape sheet, don’t throw it away or recycle it as you would with paper.  It’s Scor-Tape, and is still a fabulous adhesive!  You just need to cut those remaining pieces as needed, and use them on other projects.  The pieces aren’t always very uniform, etc. but that won’t matter.  The only difference is that you need to remove the liner from both sides, etc.  No waste . . . how cool is that!

Supply List:

Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal – 6”x6” squares

Die-Versions Die – “Heart Pops

My Favorite ThingsRustic HeartsDie-Namics die -  (for the sentiment)

Microfine glitter – I used Glitter Ritz cranberry  and warm highlight

Glue pen – I used a quickie glue pen

Soft paintbrush – to brush away excess glitter

Picks (to remove small pieces from a die) and tweezers

Cardstock – lightly patterned and coordinating backing layer

Embossing folder – I used “Ornate Swirls” by Sizzix

Several sheets of thin paper (copier paper) to catch excess glitter

Die cutting machine – I used my Grand Calibur by Spellbinders

Sentiment stamp – I used “Love is in the Air” by Impression Obsession

Black Versafine ink

Adhesive – I used ¼” Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal and a low dimensional adhesive

Ribbon

For those that are interested in the supplies on the video – I used one of the dies from the Marianne Creatables Die Hearts set.  They are just too cute, and the perfect size for many projects!  The glitter that I used was Peony Pink microfine glitter by Elizabeth Crafts.  I’ve included pictures of the glittered heart from the video, and the Marianne dies below.

glittered heart  marianne heart die

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Cheryl

SpellbindersSizzixTim HoltzHeartfelt CreationsGraphic 45Silhouette AmericaElizabeth Craft DesignsMagnolia StampsSpectrum NoirJustRite Stampers