I began by spritzing my card front with an ink spray taking care to leave an open area for my sentiment.
Next, I rounded the corners and stamped my sentiment in the open area using black ink.
Finally, I added a few silver sequins for interest.
And there, once again, a card you can make in minutes!
Here is another look at the stamp set I used for this card.
A huge thanks to all of you for letting me share my Clean and Simple creations this month. It's been a blast playing with my Sweet n Sassy stamps, as always. Also, last but far from least, a huge thank you and hug to Korin and the whole Sweet n Sassy crew! <3
I stamped up 3 Daffodil images. After coloring the images with Prismacolor Watercolor Pencils, I cut one whole flower out, and the upper part of the second flower. Then I popped the pieces on the third, main image with dimensional tape.
The background was stamped with images from Vintage Postcard clear stamp set (out of stock). I also spritzed black ink over the background with my Spritzer Tool. The greeting is from Keep in Touch Too clear stamp set.
Good Morning Sweet'n SassyFriends! Mary here to share with you my version of no-line stamping. Treasured was just featured on the Sweet Perks Club with a new matching Treasured die! So, I wanted to use this set for my technique. Let's get started!
Gather your materials - here I have my stamp of choice, a light memento ink and my copic markers.
Stamp your image of choice onto Copic compatible cardstock with a light coloured Memento ink. I used Desert Sand on Neenah Cardstock.
Colour your image with your copic markers, blending your colours accordingly.
Once, you are finished, die cut your image and finish your card to your liking.
Materials: Stamps: Treasured Inks: Memento Desert Sand, Versafine Vintage sepia, Copics Paper: Neenah CS, SU CS and DSP Accessories: SNSS dies, SU dies, Ribbon
Hello, Sweet Friends and welcome to Sunday Morning!!! While this is posting, I will be busy praising the Lord during worship time at church---one of my most favorite times of the week!!
I'm sharing a get well card today....seems as though this winter has been brutal for so many people! I've used my Get Well Critters Set a bunch of times since the release---it sure is a handy set to have!
I started with a great sketch I saw somewhere in cyber land and then added a few details! The bottom of my green card stock is shaped using the Hillside Edges Die Set--just a little something different. Next, I added some strips of designer paper from my scrap bucket and a few paper flowers.
I hope it's just enough to bring a smile to my not-feeling-well favorite person!
Hi there, friends, and welcome to the weekend! Today I'm sharing a card I created with one of our newly released stamp sets...Kitty Love! I am such a fan of silhouette images and now we have a silhouette set with cats! Yippee!
My card started with lots of layers...one dry embossed, one covered in wee little paw prints, and a bunch of others that are there simply to add color!
My main panel started out life as a piece of cream cardstock. I used a blending tool and Distress Ink to cover a large portion of the cardstock in Scattered Straw ink. I then put a large circle mask over the cardstock and added more Distress Ink colors...Rusty Hinge and Wild Honey. I then used the Typewriter Text background stamp to add a little bit of stamping inside the sun. (You could mask off the background so the text image won't get on the rest of the card, but using acrylic stamps means you can bend them to stamp only where you want the text.) The cat was stamped on cardstock and cut out. I also used Distress Embossing Powder in Black Soot to add some texture to the cat. The Distress Powder just adds texture, without adding shine.
To finish the card, I used foam tape to attach the cat, stamped the sentiment, and added the heart. (The string holding the heart was hand drawn)
It's time to take another look at the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps March 2015 Release, but before we do we want to take time to thank all of you who left comments on our blogs and participated in our March Release Challenge!
The March comment winner from Diane's Blog is #1: Janet Cobb
The winner of our "Loving Pets Challenge" is #14:
Janet and Sue, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
to claim your $10 gift code!
If you have not had a chance to check out the new stamp sets and dies released by SNSS this month, head on over to the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Store to see what's new!
Here are several card samples made by the Design Divias using some of the new products: This card created by Cathy uses the new Windy Winnieclear stamp set.
No matter the season, Winnie is just adorable and the sentiments are a hoot! To make creating with this set even better are the coordinating Windy Winnie Dies!
Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps will be at the Heirloom's Rubber Stamps & Paper Arts Festival in Allentown, PA next weekend, March 28th & 29th. This big event will be held at the Allentown Fairgrounds (The Bill Harris Agriculture Hall) 302 N. 17th Street Allentown, PA 18104 Please stop by the booth to say hello and do a Make & Take if you are in the area. Here is a coupon for you to use for some additional savings!
Thanks so much for joining us today…we hope you've enjoyed your visit! Now head on over to our website
and pick up a few faves…something new from this month's release!!