Friday, June 29, 2018

Lovely Day

Hello! Melissa from Doxie Mel Designs with a new card idea. I colored up the flower pots from The Market Decorative Die Cuts with Copic Markers. The background is created with Diamond Lattice Stencil and Peeled Paint Distress Inks. The flower baskets are framed with stitched dies from Jaded Blossom. The sentiment is from Stamp Anniething's Lemonade Stand Collection.


Have a lovely day!


Thursday, June 28, 2018

Kissing Booth!! :)

 
 
 
 Hi My Friendly Bloggers!
 This is Cindy from Cindy's Scraptastic Designs,  It's my day to post over
 at 
Stamp Anniething!!! For today I made a card using some new and old goodies

I used Stamp AnnieThing! the new Lemonade Stand-Bundle set for the Stand, flowers, sentiment and the grass, the Stars and Stripes for the stencil background, the
Chloe And Sam-Love You for the cute couple and from Jaded Blossom I used the
Rectangle Dies 1 for the bottom layer, the Valentine Dies for the hearts, the Banner Dies
for the two little banners.
Hope you like my card for today!!! :)
 
 
  Supplies I Used for my Card:
 
Thank you for stopping by and have a GREAT Week!!!! :)
 
 


Wednesday, June 27, 2018

You Are Fintastic!

Hi everyone! This is Tina from The Scrappin Rabbit Blog and today I am sharing an A6 sized card I made using one of my most favorite Stamp Anniething stamps Audrina- Make A Splash.


I started out using alcohol inks to create the under the sea background. Next I stamped, embossed and colored adorable Audrina using Copics. I used dies from the Under The Sea dies for the ocean floor and coral as well as images from the Sending Oceans of Love stamp. The fish is from the Sea Life die cuts. 


Here is a list of what I used:
Audrina- Make A Splash
Mermaid- Sending Oceans of Love
Sea Life Die Cuts
Under The Sea Dies

I hope you like my card! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!


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Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Enjoy The Ride

Hi everyone! This is GiGi from The Cricut Bug and I have a card to share.  
I used the Julie-Enjoy The Ride stamp set to create my card.




I started this card with a standard A2 card base and added the background mat cut with the Jaded Blossom Card Mat Dies.
I created the center strip with the Border Dies and a piece of decorative paper.
I stamped and colored Julie with Copic markers, adding her on pop dots, and stamped the sentiment.
I created the flower with the Spring Dies and added the banners cut with the Mini Tag Dies 2.

I hope you all liked my card for today and thanks for visiting!

Have a great day!
GiGi

Monday, June 25, 2018

Creating a clean and simple card

Hi Friends! 
Its Stephen from Stampin' Steve and I am popping by to share another card creation with you today. I have been really into clean and simple cards lately. I just love the aesthetic of a card with lots of white space and a limited color pallet...I think its not only pleasing to the eye but also lets the image really pop. 


This card was really fast and fun to put together and is also the perfect card to send off to a friend if you want to send a quick note. 

I wanted to keep the color pallet small, so I only used Oranges, Yellows, and Reds. For an extra pop of colour and to help bring your attention to the stamped image, I added a nice rich blue color. 

The background was created by doing simple ink blending using Distress Oxides in the colours of - Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, and Barn Door. I then splatted some water on it to get the water droplet effect. I cut the bottom on a diagonal for some visual interest and then matted it on the same white cardstock as my card base.

For the image, I colored up the super cute Lorraine - Sunshine using the following Copic markers

Copics:
Skin - E04, E11, E21, E00, E50, R20
Hair - T9, T6, T3
Swimsuit - B24, B26, B29
Floatie - Y15, Y17, YR16, YR18

I hope you liked my card creation for today!
Until next time - Stephen 

Friday, June 22, 2018

Design Spotlight-Eunji And BLOG HOP





Can you tell us a little about yourself? 
I am married and Korean still living in Seoul, South Korea.And I love coloring and drawing:)

When Stamp? how did you first get into crafts (general)?
I stated 6?7? years ago in I like carving rubber stamp and stamped with my own stamp.

When Stamp; how did you first get into card making specifically?
I started going to stamp shop class to learn for card making using company stamps.And my first design team is The Ton stamps.


What is it that you enjoy about card making?
I enjoy the creative a story and coloring with anythings.Specially use a watercolor paint and color pencil.

Do you give your finished cards away or do you keep them for yourself or do you sell them? If you sell them, where can we find them?
I give my finished cards to friends and family for occasions/holidays and donation.

What is your style of card making?
My style is many details.How do you think?

What is your favorite media to use in card making?
Watercolor paint and color pencil, drawing ink, sequis, die.

Besides card making, what other crafting do you do and enjoy?
I love making using my own stamp and making with stamp for story like children book image.

Aside from crafting, what other hobbies and things are of interest to you?
I love drawing a flower and my own chareter image or whatching the movie.I like the Harrypoter.lol

How did you learn to color? Did you take classes, watch videos or are you self-taught?
I leared on academy.This academy is for go tp art school. After that I’ve just been practicing myself.

What is your favorite thing to color?
Stamp Anniething Stamps, Waffleflower, Hero Art, The Ton etc~lots

What is your process in designing a card?
I start with my image, pick out color and layout.

Do you have any “fail safe” tips you can share?
Making a lot of cards or sketch before starting.
  
What advice would you have to someone just starting out coloring images or card making?
Practice and searching many card making another ppls.It is important to see a lot of cards.

Tell me something that I may not know about you.
I love drawing a flowers and I sell my digital stamp on Etsy and my job is Designer.

Fun facts:
I love our stamps because so cute and unique all things.Try our products for your card or anythings.

What is the ONE crafting tool you find to be a MUST for your crafting arsenal? 
Vellume paper and sequins and Distress ink.

Where can we find you?
Blog:  eunjoa
Instagram:  rkdwlr88
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co.kr/eunjoa/




Here is my card.
Let's look at my card:)






I started stamping the lemonade girl  image stamp on maker paper.
And colored with Copic Sketch maker and added more details using color pencil.
Then fussy cut leaving thin border.
And colored with our new die-cut image and lemonade image stamp then fussy cut. 
Added the lemonade girl, many lemonade theme image paper piece on card panel with foam tape on A6 size card stock.
And colored a shadow with a watercolor paint all around.
Lastly added a sentiment paper.

Thank you for visit my blog.
And please join our blog hop.
You can see our awesome design team cards.





Blog Line Up
Annie
Candace
Cindy
Eunji
Gigi
Melissa
Nicole
Stacey
Stephen
Tina
Jessie
Michelle H



I hope you enjoyed our Sneek Peek for the release!

 Have a great day!

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Bridal Shower Card

Hello there!! Nicole here today with a wedding inspired card to share with you.  


I have a very special bridal shower coming up and wanted a special card for the bride to be!!  I created this for my middle daughter who is getting married in less than a month.  I tried to use her wedding color scheme for my card.   The sweet bride image is "Eloise - congratulations".   I tried to add a little bit of sparkle to her using some stickles.   Here is another view so you can see the shimmer ;)


The beautiful paper and flowers are from Recollections and I used a couple of Jaded Blossom products too -


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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Let's Do Lunch! And A Few Copic Hints

Hi Stamp AnnieThing friends and followers! Michelle Houghton here sharing some Stamp AnnieThing inspiration and a little Copic know how with you today! 

Ann has asked that once or twice a month I give a few techniques with Copics on her amazing stamps and so that is the plan!

Today I have the second part of coloring this adorable Diana-Let's Do Lunch image. If you missed it, last month I was coloring her hair, today I am coloring her skin. Lot's of people ask if there is a "right way" to color with Copics and my honest answer is there are some ways to color that make you more successful and some tricks to avoid messes. But most people over time adapt how they are coloring to what works best for them. Watch a lot of tutorials, try a lot of techniques and make it work for you. On Diana I show you how to color her skin 2 ways working from light to dark with is very traditional from Copic manufacturers. It tends to be how we start beginners, you tend to have an easier time blending and see the magic of Copics quicker. The second portion of the video shows coloring working from dark to light. Several people shift to this Copic coloring technique after they have been coloring for a while and some start right off the bat with this, as much as anything because the blending happens as you add each color and they like starting with the darkest shadow areas and mapping those in first. 

I promise I will not always be this verbose in my posts. You can watch the video and figure it out and always make sure to ask questions, happy to answer! In the mean time here is how Diana ended up on her card!


And here is a close up on Diana so you can see her a little better as well:


Here is a link to the video showcasing the Copic skin coloring:


One of the details I love about this little stamp is her hair, for fun I changed the area above her headband to look like a hat, but you can also color that as her her with a headband always fun to make a stamp work more then one way!

Lastly here is a link to the adorable Diana - Let's Do Lunch!

Thanks for stopping by today! Make sure to come back for more Stamp AnnieThing inspiration!

Have a Happy Colorful Day!







Tuesday, June 19, 2018

HB2U!!

Hey Everyone! It's Candace from Candi O. Designs and it's my day to post over at Stamp Anniething.  I created a birthday card using Lorelei - It's Your Day and the new HB2U Music Die ~ so fun!!!! 

Products Used:
Stamp Anniething: Lorelei - It's Your Day and HB2U Music Die
Paper: Echo Park Paper ~ Party Time
Copics and Enamel Dots
  
Hope you liked my card today and thanks for stopping by!!

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