Wednesday, March 28, 2018

You Totally Rock

 Hi Guys, Today I'm using the Rock Candy Stamp set to make this A2 size card.
I stared by stamping out all three rock candy layers in a light, medium , and dark color Lawn Fawn ink.
For the forth or top layer I used Versa Mark Ink and A glitter embossing power to give the images a shiny appearance, Then I used the Wonky Wavy stitched rectangle dies for my background panel, then stamped out the two splatters from the  Every Day Brush Strokes stamp set in my lightest ink colors to make this custom panel.
I added the You Totally Rock sentiment from the Rock Candy stamp set  to my custom panel and then added a pop of color by cutting out a larger panel using the Distressed edge rectangle die set and popped up both panels  using craft foam. I also popped up all three rock candy pieces with craft foam snd added a bow and that completed this card. You can see The Video Here :
I have Totally  enjoyed being a Guest designer at Kat Scrappiness this month and thought the stamps and dies were wonerful.
Crafty Hugs, Diane

Product List :
Rock Candy Stamp Set
Distressed Edge Rectangles
Wonky Wavy Stitched Rectangles
Every Day Brush Strokes Stamp Set
Hi everyone! Im so excited to be a Guest Designer this month for ⁠Kat Scrappiness ⁩.
For todays card I'm using the newly released Everyday Brush Strokes stamp set and the Wonky Stitched Rectangles  dies. This set was so much fun to work with, each card ended with a new idea to create a new one.

I used the sentiment You color my world from the Everyday Brush Strokes stamp set and stamped it with versamark ink on white card stock that I cut out with the 2nd to largest Wonky Stitched Rectangles die. Then embossed it with Wow metallic gold embossing powder .

I was super excited to start creating my flowers so I started with the thinner brush strokes stamp and stamped it out three times using Lawn Fawn's freshly cut grass ink   for my leaves I used the smallest brush stoke stamp and Lawn Fawn's Celery stick ink ,

Now for the blooms, I used the largest splatter stamp from the  Everyday Brush Strokes and  inked it with both Lawn Fawn's sunflower ink, and fake tan, but you could easily use carrot which is already in this set of inks.

And now to put it together, I cut out a piece of Lawn Fawn sunflower card-stock using the largest die from the Wonky Stitched Rectangles set  and taped my largest panel  to a A-2 size card base using Score Tape, then taped a piece of white craft foam  to my smallest panel and taped it to the largest panel , for a finishing touch I add a bit of sparkle with Spectrum Noir clear glitter pens.
And that completed my first card , Here is a link to the video  Brush Stroke Flowers Don't forget to head over to  and look at the rest of the new release, and I'll be back on the 3/28 for a new card, I'll  See you then, meanwhile here's a look at two more cards I made using the Everyday Brush Strokes  stamp set, and Wonky Stitched Rectangles,
Crafty Hugs, Diane

Everyday Brush Strokes
Wonky Stitched Rectangles
versamark inkWow metallic gold embossing powder
Lawn Fawn's freshly cut grass ink  
Lawn Fawn's Celery stick ink
Lawn Fawn's sunflower ink
Lawn Fawn sunflower card-stock
Score Tape
white craft foam
Spectrum Noir clear glitter pens

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