Thursday, September 21, 2017

Storage Tips for the CardMaker Magazine Blog

Today, I am up on the CardMaker Magazine blog with stamp storage tips.

This is a peek at how to better organize your stamps.
Head over to the CardMaker blog for the details and more photos.

Enjoy your day.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Happy llama handmade card.

Today, I am sharing a cute framed llama all occasion handmade card.

Sentiment:  You make me smile.

For this card, I used a scored kraft color card base and a die-cut image panel to feature the framed llama image.  I think this card is great for most occasions or just because.

Supplies:  Artist Tierra You Make Me Smile digital stamp, Neenah cardstock, My Creative Time dies, Copic markers, foam tape, Sizzix Big Shot machine and Pretty Pink Posh sequins.

Thanks for stopping by.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Watercolor poppy flowers and tutorial.

Today, I am sharing a watercolor card with poppy flowers, stems and buds.

Sentiment:  Hello friend.

These pretty flower stamped images were brought to life with watercolor pencils.  I like that it is perfectly imperfect.  The sentiment was heat embossed onto a vellum panel.
I incorporated two of the newest kits from Unity.  The flowers pieces were all separate images.  I decided to make a poppy plant with them.

Here is a quick video tutorial for these poppies.

And here it is a little closer:

Link Up:

Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. stamps from 9-2017 Kit of the Month Flowers, Foliage & Fall and Abundant Blessings by Lisa Arana, Ranger watercolor paper and gold embossing powder, vellum, Derwent Inktense watercolor pencils and brushes.

Have a lovely weekend.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Dreamy card edges and video tutorial.

For the CardMaker and Spellbinders blog hop, scroll down or click here.

A love themed floral card with dreamy accents.

Sentiment:  You make my heart sing.

This was stamped with the newest Unity releases.  I made a wreath frame from flowers and branches and then added the sentiment.  To soften the look, I added a dreamy trim with white blending.
This is great for a loved one, anniversary or Valentine's Day.

Here is a video tutorial for this floral card.

A closer look:

Link Up:  Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge ~ Clean and Simple

Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. stamps from Happy and Happy Holidays by Jolande and Marleen; Copic markers, Colorbox ink, ink blending tool, paper punch and cardstock.

Have a lovely weekend.

Mixed media style masculine birthday card.

For the CardMaker and Spellbinders blog hop, scroll down or click here.

Because, I am forever in need of birthday cards, here is a mixed media style masculine card with a birthday twist.

Sentiment:  Happy B-day.

This was stamped with a holiday kit, but it can totally work for birthdays.  I used the stars, added a birthday die-cut sentiment and mixed media watercolor to get this masculine look.

Here is a quick video tutorial for ink smooshing on this masculine card.

And here is a closer look:

Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. Happy Holidays by Jolande and Marleen, Ranger archival and distress ink pads, My Creative Time and Lil' Inker Designs dies.

Link Ups:

Little Red Wagon Challenge #411 ~ Distress It

Have a great day.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

CardMaker Magazine Quick & Easy Floral Card

For the CardMaker and Spellbinders blog hop, scroll down or click here.

Today, I am up on the CardMaker Magazine blog with this quick and easy floral birthday card project and tutorial.

Sentiment:  Make a wish.

There is a tutorial for this and more information about this card on the CardMaker blog.

Have a lovely day.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

CardMaker Magazine and Spellbinders Blog Hop

Hello, it's Gaylynn here with a project for the blog hop with CardMaker Magazine and Spellbinders.

I am featuring the lovely Spellbinders Large Die of the Month for September 2017.

Sentiment:  Happy YOU day.

For this design, I used patterned paper for the background.  I wanted a soft look, so the intricate die-cut details are in white and in turquoise.  I trimmed this beautiful die-cut to fit my A2 size card.

The hop list is below. Visit and leave a comment on each of the blogs below for a wonderful prize chance sponsored by Spellbinders.  
The full list will be available on the CardMaker blog in case anyone gets lost.

Spellbinders will be hosting a giveaway on the Spellbinders blog of a one-year kit subscription.

Here is a closer look at my card.

Supplies:  Spellbinders Large Die of the Month September 2017, Unity Stamp Co. stamp from Sometimes I Wonder, BasicGrey Lucille paper, Bazzill and Neenah cardstock.

Your comments are always welcome.
Have a great day.