Video: Watercolor and Salt Technique

Welcome back, stampers. Today’s video shares a technique that has been around for a long time, but is such fun to do – - adding salt to watercolor.

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Lately I have been having fun revisiting “older” techniques. This watercolor and salt technique is a great example that and one that gives fun and unexpected results. I actually find techniques like this very inspiring.

After applying blue and purple Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolor to watercolor paper, I sprinkled on various types of salts that I coated in Perfect Pearls. The salt absorbs that water… drying with unique effects. And that added Perfect Pearl gives lovely shine.

After rubbing away the salt once it was dry, I white heat embossed the sweet Wplus9 Wishing You sentiment. I also stamped and cut out the adorable bunny, clouds and moon… and added fast coloring with Distress Inks, an Ink Blending Tool and a Fantastix. To “match” the sentiment, I added a silver string between the bunny and moon. Finally – tiny little star sequins from The Ton Stamps added just the right amount of shine.

Look closely – that background is both die cut and embossed with the Wplus9 Starry Night Background Die.

I really encourage you to try out this watercolor and salt technique. There are a billion different ways to get unique results… just vary the type of salts used, the amount of water used with the watercolor, etc. It is fun!

Oh, and I mentioned in the video our Watercolor for Card Makers class. You can take it anytime… and you can find more info HERE.

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Video: Die Cutting Tips + Giveaway!

Hello and welcome. I’m finally sharing a video of a card that I created back in January (!!!). I shared it on Instagram and received many requests to see how it was made. I’m also sharing some die cutting tips along the way.

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I enjoy die cutting just as much as I do stamping. (Am I the only one?) I just can’t get enough!

I am lovin’ the look of that Papertrey Ink Hugs die cut inlaid into the soft grey cardstock… with touches of color added with Copic Markers. (You could make several of these cards in different color combinations.)

I used the Lawn Fawn Stitched Borders die to add some faux stitching to the top and bottom of the Simon Says Stamp Fog (grey) panel and to two My Favorite Things Persimmon cardstock strips. I really like the finishing touch this gives. And I also adore that white heat embossed sentiment from the Sunday Sentiments Stamp Set by Mama Elephant!

For the background, I die cut that same Stitched Border Dies repeatedly to cover the card. This was easy to do since I kept my dies attached. (If you’ve already cut apart your dies, no worries. You can always use tape on the back of the dies to temporarily hold them together and get the same results.)

Here is my original card – it is a bit different. I instead used the Quilting embossing folder on the notecard and white heat embossed a sentiment from the Papertrey Ink Big Hugs stamp set.

I also just layered all the pieces together on this card instead of inlaying.

DIE CUTTING TIPS

Here are some (random) die cutting tips you may find helpful:

  • When die-cutting, sometimes the die doesn’t cut all the way through. When this happens, I use a metal adapter plate by Memory Box under my cutting plates. It gives more pressure to the die when die-cutting and gives beautiful results. You can also use a few layers of cardstock shim for the same effect. (I am getting a lot of questions about the Sizzix Precision Base Plate. I am not sure yet – still deciding what I like better, but I promise to let you know when I decide.)
  • Sometimes I want the tiny pieces (like the leaves and flowers in this Hug die) to stay put. I found a dryer sheet is very helpful with this. I fold it a few times, place it under my die, and run it through my die cut machine. The dryer sheet coats the die and helps the tiny die cut pieces stay in place. You can reuse the dryer sheet several times. I also like to rub it between the cutting plates.
  • If you *want* the little pieces to come out instead, just run the die through with the cardstock AND the layered dryer sheet. The pieces will stick to the dryer sheet. I don’t do this, but I know many people like to.
  • I really like using Micropore tape with die cutting. It is thin, flexible and easy to use.

GIVEAWAY

Since I like my Lawn Fawn Stitched Border Dies so much, I bought an extra set to share with a lucky winner. For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 8/18/15 telling me if you are loving die cutting, too! (The winner’s name will be randomly selected and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)

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Video: Inlay Die Cutting Tips + Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hello there. Today I have a video sharing die cut inlay tips as well as how to create your own shimmer paper. This post is also part of a blog hop with big giveaways! (More on that below.)

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There are two things I always enjoy with my cardmaking: a bit of die cutting and a bit of shimmer. Today I cover both. :)

To create my own shimmer paper, I covered a piece of white cardstock heavily with Distress Ink and sprayed “pearlized water” on top. I make my own pearlized water by scooping some dry Perfect Pearls and placing it into a Mini Mister filled with water. (You can use other inks or colored cardstocks, but I found Distress Ink works the best since it reacts with water.) I love that colorful shimmer…

The Neat and Tangled heart die I used is a very intricate die and I discovered a few tricks that are helpful when working with intricate dies like this one. First, I used a metal adapter plate from Memory Box. It gives more pressure to the die when die cutting… so it’s sure to cut out all of intricate design. (If you don’t have a metal adapter plate, you could try a few pieces of cardstock as a shim.)

Also, sometimes the die cuts get stuck in the die. You can use a paper piercer to pop them out, but I found a dryer sheet is very helpful with this. I fold it a few times, place it under my die and run it through my die-cut machine. The dryer sheet coats the die and helps the die cut pieces eject easily. You can reuse the dryer sheet several times. (Wax paper is another option for this, although I haven’t tried it.)

In the video, I also share a couple ways to make die cut inlaying with intricate dies a bit easier. They are pretty difficult to explain, so I recommend watching it. :)

I also created my own glitter paper using WOW gold glitter embossing powder. I like creating my own glitter paper – it doesn’t rub off.

Oh, and all the supplies I used are linked in the thumbnails at the end of this post.

RELATED VIDEOS

As I mentioned, I have done several Perfect Pearl videos in the past. (It is an inexpensive product that has so many uses!) Here are a few:

I also have several die cut inlay videos… you can see them all HERE.

BLOG HOP

This post is part of Neat and Tangled’s 3rd Birthday Celebration Blog Hop! Neat and Tangled is owned by my dear friend, Danielle. She is an absolute gem and has the sweetest heart.

This hop is going on for a few days… this is Day 2. Be sure to check out Day 1 over on the Neat and Tangled Blog.

The next person on the hop is the wonderfully kind and talented Laurie Willison. (You can also start over at the N&T Blog.)

GIVEAWAY

There are some BIG prizes up for grabs today. Neat and Tangled is giving away one $100 gift certificate to the Neat and Tangled shop… and two $50 gift certificates! Winners will be chosen from comments all along the hop all week long. For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 8/14/15. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected and posted on the N&T Blog.)

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Video: Faux Textured Metal Paper + GIVEAWAY

Well… I had lost my crafty mojo. To get it back, I decided to dive in and make a lot of cards for friends. And it worked! However, the result is a long video and post. I am sorry – I hope that is ok! The cards featured one of my favorite older techniques – faux textured metal paper with Perfect Pearls and Embossing Folders.

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Again – there are A LOT of cards in this video and post and I apologize! I got carried away. It was kinda of my “healing” from a long struggle of not creating much. I feel so much better! I hope these cards show you that you can take products you have and put them to good use to make a bunch of cards… all with a simple card design.

I have details on what products I used on each card below. On all of them, I used Stick It adhesive to the back of die cuts to make them easy to apply. This is a great, helpful product! On many of the cards I used the super-cool multi-dimensional We R Memory Keepers Next Level Embossing Folders. These suckers sell fast, but you can find many at Simon Says Stamp, Ellen Hutson and Amazon. Or, just use whatever embossing folders you have!

OK, here is what I used on each card:

“Friend Card”Evergreen Bough and Cracked Pistachio Distress Inks + Perfect Pearls + WRMK Geometric Embossing Folder + Mama Elephant Friend Die + SSS Mini Hearts Die + American Craft Black Glitter Paper:

(Check out the dimension from these embossing folders! Swoon.)

“Thanks Card”Abandoned Coral and Fossilized Amber Distress Inks + Gold Perfect Pearls + WRMK Bouquet Embossing Folder + Thanks Hero Arts Die + SSS Mini Hearts Die:

Want the look of brushed silver? Try this.

“Thank You Card”Hickory Smoke Distress Ink + Perfect Pearls + WRMK Geometric Embossing Folder + Impression Obsession Thank You Die  (LOVE this!) + SSS Mini Hearts Die + American Craft Black Glitter Paper:

This next one is similar to the last.

Hello Card”Hickory Smoke Distress Ink + Perfect Pearls + WRMK Gemstone Embossing Folder + Neat and Tangled Hello Die + American Craft Black Glitter Paper:

Interested in a brushed gold/bronze look?

“You’re Amazing Card”Vintage Photo + Antique Linen Distress Inks + Gold Perfect Pearls + WRMK Woven Embossing Folder + My Favorite Things Butterfly Die + SSS You’re Amazing Die:

(The gold shine is incredible in real life.)

“Hugs Card”Blueprint Sketch, Mermaid Lagoon and Twisted Citron Distress Inks + Perfect Pearls + WRMK Woven Embossing FolderPapertrey Ink Hugs Die:

“Thanks Card”Evergreen Bough and Cracked Pistachio Distress Inks + Perfect Pearls (wiped off with baby wipe) + old Maggie Holmes Embossing Folder + Impression Obsession Thanks Die + SSS Mini Hearts Die + American Craft Silver Glitter Paper + Glossy Accents:

“Thank You Card”Picked Raspberry and Abandoned Coral Distress Inks + Perfect Pearls (wiped off with baby wipe) + WRMK Gemstone Embossing Folder + Impression Obsession Thank You Die + SSS Mini Hearts Die:

(I will admit – I messed this one up so I trimmed done the “metal” area and added it to a white card.)

“Hello Card”Blueprint Sketch and Mermaid Lagoon Distress Inks + Perfect Pearls + DoCrafts Quilting Embossing Folder + Hero Arts Hello Die + SSS Mini Hearts Die:

“Hugs Card”Picked Raspberry and Abandoned Coral Distress Inks + Gold Perfect Pearls + WRMK Bouquet Embossing Folder + Papertrey Ink Hugs Die + Memory Box Butterflies Die:

(Oh that shine…)

“Congrats Card”Mermaid Lagoon and Twisted Citron Distress Inks + Perfect Pearls + Taylored Expressions Corrugated Embossing Folder + Hero Arts Congrats Die + SSS Mini Stars Die:

“Hello Card”Abandoned Coral and Fossilized Amber Distress Inks + Perfect Pearls + DoCrafts Hearts and Kisses Embossing Folder + Seven Paper Gold Sticker + SSS Mini Hearts Die:

GIVEAWAY

Giveaway time! How would you like to win a set of Metallic Perfect Pearls? For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 8/6/15. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)

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Video: Heat Shrink Foam + New Inks + Blog Hop + Giveaway!

Hello and welcome! Today’s video shares how to heat shrink craft foam… and also shows an up close look at the new Simon Says Stamp inks.

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I use craft foam a lot on my cards to add dimension (see a video HERE), but did you know that you can shrink it with your heat gun? That’s what I did to create the embellishments on these cards.

I die cut the new Simon Says Stamp hello die from white fun foam. After adding some heat with my heat gun, I have smaller die cuts! A great way to stretch your dies for a new look and size.

I also colored the foam embellishments with Simon Says Stamp dye inks. If you ink the foam before shrinking, the color will change and get a bit darker. If you ink after you do the shrinking, you will get a true color. (Either way, you need to heat set the color so it doesn’t rub off.) It’s nice because you can get a variety of colors from one ink pad!

Many people have asked about the smell of the foam as you shrink it. I don’t notice much of a smell with this particular craft foam. Also, this is a tiny piece, so I had no problems.

I finished off the cards with small fun foam hearts. I applied color to the foam hearts but found the color to be too dark, so I simply stamped them off on to a piece of scratch paper to achieve a lighter color. (I like that you can also die cut your fun foam to create stamps!)

Oh – and by the way – I used a fun scallop Echo Park embossing folder on the cards… and an older (but favorite) sentiment stamp set from Simon.

INK SWATCH

I have a free Ink Swatch Download for these Simon Says Stamp Inks – just click HERE. To see my complete list of Ink Swatch Downloads and how I create and store them, head over HERE. (You can see photos of all the SSS ink swatches HERE.)

BLOG HOP

This post is part of a fun blog hop to celebrate the new “Splash of Color” Simon Says Stamp release.

The next stop on the hop is my darling and oh-so-very-funny Laura Bassen. (To start at the beginning of the hop, please head to the SSS blog.)

GIVEAWAY

Each stop on the hop will receive a Simon Says Stamp Prize pack randomly selected by Simon on 7/21/15. For your chance, let a comment below by clicking “comments.” Winners will be announced on the SSS blog.

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Video: Ink Blend Coloring + Avery Elle Product Release Close-Up + Giveaway

Hi there. Today’s video shows how to achieve quick coloring with ink blending… along with a quick look at the new Avery Elle release.

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It’s that time of year… time to make lots of cards for lots of teachers! I will be honest: I ran out of time. Eek! So I needed to make several cards as quickly as possible. Therefore, it was time to pull out my Distress Inks for quick color blending. I filmed the process for you, and added a very quick Product Release Close-Up at the end so you could see the new Avery Elle products.

The new Avery Elle Little Minds stamp set is ideal for teacher cards. To add fast coloring, I used my round Ink Blending Tool with various Distress Inks. The inks blend easily – just start by applying pressure outside the image… slowly bringing the ink on to the image using a circular motion. This helps with the blending and prevents lines of color.

By the way, the new Twisted Citron Distress Ink color is such a happy, bright green! It works well with the Mowed Grass Distress Ink. You could try ink blending with other inks but I find that no other ink blends as well as Distress Ink.

For the backgrounds, I used several new dies from Avery Elle and die cut them on to some pieces of Neenah White Cardstock. For the card above, I used my favorite of the new dies – the Burst Die. Isn’t that so cool looking? I’ll admit I did a little happy dance when I saw it.

For the card below, I used the Circle Pierced Dies. This set just puts little piercing in circles and is such a great way to draw attention to the main focus of the card.

Next up is the Pierced Rectangle Die set… (For a video using a similar die, head HERE.)

… and the fun Wonky Stitched Frames set

I really like that Avery Elle put lots of dies in one set. Makes it worth the investment. Here is the Scalloped Frames Die set. So unique…

I really like using unique die frames and/or embossing folders to create fun backgrounds for stamped images like I did here. It is my go-to technique/design these days! Team it up with the quick coloring with Distress Ink Blending and you can have a handful of cards in no time. Woot!

NEW AVERY ELLE PRODUCTS

In the video, I gave you a quick peek at the newest release from Avery Elle. So many great products. You can find these products at Simon Says Stamp, Ellen Hutson, Avery Elle, and Butterfly Reflections. (You can see the products in the thumbnails below.)

GIVEAWAY

I have a new Avery Elle Stamp and Die Set for one lucky winner! For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 6/9/15 telling me your favorite type of card to make. I like making teacher cards. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)

SUPPLIES

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