Friday, April 22, 2011

More stamping - JustRite Stamps and Layers of Color Stamps

For my post today, I want to cover my Unscripted sketch card for this week and the card I created for my day on the Just Imagine Crafts/Kreaxions blog and both include stamping. 
Here is the Unscripted sketch for this week. 

First off, some JustRite stamps to help me create my Unscripted sketch card.  I have a fondness for "sea" related images and this set from JustRite fits the bill very nicely.  I paired it with some great American Crafts patterned papers. 
The shells were stamped on white cardstock and then colored very simply with Copic markers.  Next I cut this out with one of my Spellbinder Nestabilities. While the Nestabilities die was still in place, I used a blender sponge to add a soft coat of ink with a Distress stamp pad.  I accented some of the shells with Glitter 3-D Fashion paint by Tulip because it always seems that sand has a bit of glitter/gleam to it.  Notice the cream colored wood grain cardstock, that is Core Impressions by Core'dinations. 
Next, I want to share the card that I created for my day to post on the Just Imagine Crafts/Kreaxions blog.  Here is where the Layers of Color stamps come in since I had just received this set from them with that wonderful butterfly in it. I stamped the butterfly on a vellum kind of paper with black ink and embossed it with clear embossing powder.  I then sponged on brown Distress ink.  The tiny flower is one flower cut from a ribbon by Maya Road with a pearl in the middle of it.
For my Kreaxions project, I used their star template and cut out white cardstock using it.  Next, I used a 922 Fountain 4-in-1 punch to punch each of the points on the star shape and the result is this wonderful, lacey doily look.  I cut the brown patterned paper with a Kreaxions circle cutter. I have never been a fan of circle cutters until I tried this one. WOW is it easy to use and very handy to have on my scrapping table. 
Now for some photos...
Our adorable puppy is one year old this week.  Here she is when she came to our home at about 3 months. 
Here she is today! Isn't she just tooooo cute!
Here she is with one of her favorite toys. We have to find the most sturdy ones because she can distroy most things she gets ahold of in a few minutes!!! We love her, though.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)

SKETCH 103 – BY THE SEA card

Materials list:
Cardstock – Core Impressions/Core’dinations
Stamps – By the Sea set/JustRite stamps
Black Versafine stamp pad
Distress stamp pad - Ranger
Clear embossing powder – Stampendous
Copic markers
Spellbinder Nestabilities die
Circle cutter - Kreaxions
Patterned paper – Campy Trails/American Crafts
Self adhesive rhinestones – Recollections
Mini sticker letters – Cosmo Cricket
Corner rounder punch – Fiskars
Glitter 3-D Fashion paint - Tulip
Foam Tape – 3M
Sand It Gadget – Core’dinations

MERCI card

Materials list:
Cardstock – Core Essentials/Core’dinations
Patterned paper – The Merry Days of Christmas/My Mind’s Eye
Butterfly Stamp – Layers of Color
Black Versafine stamp pad
Clear embossing powder – Stampendous
Distress stamp pads
4-in-1 punch – 922 Fountain/Kreaxions
Circle cutter – Kreaxions
Rub-on sentiment – EAD Designs/Paper Smooches
Self adhesive pearl – Recollections
Ribbon flower – Maya Road
Foam tape – 3M
Sand It Gadget - Core'dinations

17 comments:

Bev Gerard said...

So glad I stopped by this evening! I'm a fan of the ocean as well ... it takes me "away" with the sounds of the gentle waves on the beach. Yet here I am, in the middle of the plains! ;) That cardstock is beautiful ... thanks for mentioning it! I always love butterflies ... perfect for our craft! And of course, critters are so easy to love ... darling doxie?

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loveeeeeeeeeee those cards!! I am loving those shells and CUTEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE puppy! Happy Easter! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Cheryl Nelson said...

Gorgeous cards! Such an adorable pup!!

Connie said...

Beautiful as always~I love sea shells ~ a wonder from God!

Bella said...

Beautiful cards and ADORABLE puppy!! Don't you just hate that they get older!! I wish they could always stay puppies!!

Nati Tristan said...

Your puppy is so adorable (even though it's not a puppy anymore it will always be your puppy) My puppies are 4.5 and 2 yrs. old! I love them to death!

Andrea Amu said...

Beautiful cards, Linda!
I sooo love the feel of your By the Sea card... Wow! Love those papers and the Core Impressions on that!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

Gorgeous Cards!!! Love how you used the shells and framed them! Your butterfly is beautiful and so is your adorable Puppy!!!! :)

hilde janbroers said...

love your cards!!! Happy Easter

Jane Wetzel said...

gorgeous Linda..love the shells, but I am crazy about that cs on the merci card! so rich looking and that punch is really cool! Love the doggie ofcourse! guess we gotta have them when our big kids are gone! :) tfs!

dstandard said...

Your cards are fabulous - think I want to come and take classes at your house! You dog is adorable - just as cute now as when you got her!

Linda R. said...

This is gorgeous.. Make me want to go to the ocean.. Happy Easter to you!

Hugs, Linda

Margie H said...

Wonderful cards, Linda...esp. the first one! Great tech. on the Lacey Circle. Happy birthday day to your sweet dog - so cute!!

Happy Easter!

Laura - Layers of Color said...

Lovely cards, Linda! I like how the paper design looks like ocean waves on your seashell card and your Flutterescent card is marvelous!!

Jennie said...

Beautiful designs Linda! your ocean card is so soothing and love the butterfly deign, one of my favorite LOC sets!

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Linda - what gorgeous works of art - I love the seashells and am working with LOCs Under the Sea set at the moment - so this appeals to be greatly! Your Layers of Color butterfly is divine - I love the colours and the perfect DP! Thanks for the inspiration Linda and the photos of your darling puppy! {{{hugs}}}

Melisa Waldorf said...

Fabulous cards Linda!! Congrats on your recent publications my dear. You are so very talented.