15 for $15 and a Card | Studio Calico

Sorry it’s been a couple weeks! Things have been hectic in our household and on the work front. I’ve been buying (I went 2.5 weeks on a no-spend earlier this month!) some crafty goodness, and now working on uploading and sharing on the blog!

Earlier in the month, I was able to snag a pretty good deal from Studio Calico, which they’ve called 15 Items for $15. By no means is this a new company, Studio Calico is an established craft supply company- it’s just new to me. In the past, I’ve been tempted to snag their monthly subscription kits (learn more here ). What’s stopped me? There are too many categories I would be interested in! They have ones for memory keepers, planners and card makers to name a few!

Anyway, if you are a Studio Calico fan or are curious to try out some of their goodies, check in on their social media often, because I think they hold these type of sales frequently on select items!

For my 15 items, I ended up getting a mini stamp set (I think it’s been discontinued though), Color Theory mini mists, Color Theory acrylic paints, and scratch-off stickers for hidden stamped sentiments!

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For this card I’ll be sharing, the main products used were the Color Theory mini mists. I have scoured the website and on Google to see exactly what the ink formulation is as well as recommendations on what these inks can be used for. So if you are a seasoned crafter with tips and tricks on the mists, please enlighten me 😉

I made 2 cards for Matt’s grandparents. They are always so good on sending us cards for all the holidays, birthdays, and our anniversary. We didn’t have much time to spend time with them or talk to them since moving, so I wanted to send some cards with an update letter, filling them in on the details of our lives.

I cut two A2-sized cards from Neenah Solar White cardstock.

For the card backgrounds, I placed each one in a makeshift “splatter cubby” (aka a shallow cardboard box). I used all the Color Theory mists I’ve purchased which I will list at the end of this post. To get the variation of the splatters, I experimented with the intensity of how hard I pushed down on the nozzle to get the varied sizes and coverage of the colors. Words of advice… do not fully push down on the spray nozzle as you will get a full-blown mist and a couple big droplets. Spray further away from your project to get subtle splatters. Lastly, you can get another splattered look by unscrewing the top of the bottle and tapping lightly above your project. While I was experimenting of how much to apply, I’ve experienced that while the mist is watery, spraying too much can cause your project to become too saturated and take a long time to dry.

On some Canson watercolor paper, I sprayed the mists with more intensity to be able to create the speckled look. I then used the Sizzix heart die to cut out 12 hearts to be able to glue to the first card.

For the second card, I used Simon Says Stamp masking paper to cut out four heart masks. I then sprayed the mists over the masked areas, careful to not saturate the cardstock too much, otherwise the masks are difficult to take off. I let the cardstock dry before using a Sizzix scalloped circle die to cut four of them to glue to the second card.

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These mists were fun to experiment with and I’d love to create more cards with the splattered backgrounds. Have you tried any Studio Calico products or subscriptions? Let me know!

Supplies Used:
Sizzix dies (unsure of exact names, came with my Sizzix Big Shot kit)
Studio Calico Color Theory mini mists: 08 Mint Hint, 02 Blush Crush, 05 Sunny Day, 01 Well Red, 03 Coral Bay, 16 Lime Light, 24 Inky Black, 15 Lemon Zest, 19 Clear Blue, and 18 Glass Slippers

 

Breakfast at Tiffany’s Inspired | My Monthly Hero April Kit by Hero Arts

I fell in love with Breakfast at Tiffany’s back in high school after learning about the movie from a tv show. Since then, I’ve collected many Breakfast at Tiffany’s inspired items, watched the movie countless times, and have collected many Tiffany Blue hued possessions. Here I am telling people I don’t have a favorite color when clearly, I am drawn to anything and everything in this shade of beautiful blue 😉

A week or so ago, when I saw May Park’s card on Instagram featuring a stamp set that featured Audrey Hepburn-esque images from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, I KNEW I had to get this stamp set.

I’ve never purchased a Hero Arts My Monthly Hero Kit until this month in addition to an additional stamp set :You are Fabulous. You can find out about the Hero Arts monthly kits at the very beginning of each month where lovely designers showcase inspiration and sneak peeks. From what I’ve heard, these kits sell out pretty quickly so I pre-ordered mine asap.  Find out what the monthly kits are all about here.

In this kit, I received some really elegant and classy items:

► 6″x8″ clear stamp set

► 18 coordinating Frame Cuts dies

► 1 bottle Tonic Studios Nuvo Crystal Drops (Duck Egg Blue)

► 3 ink cubes (Lavender, Light Teal, Midnight)

► 2 half sheets Onyx shimmer cardstock (5.5″ x 8.5″)

► 2 half sheets Pink shimmer cardstock (5.5″ x 8.5″)

► 2 half sheets Tiffany Blue cardstock (5.5″ x 8.5″)

► 18″ long pearl string

► Themed paper clips

I paid $34.99 for the kit and $15.99 for the You Are Fabulous stamp set. Thankfully shipping was free! My order wasn’t supposed to be released (per the website) until Friday, April 7th but I got it the day of! Secure packaging and speedy shipping! I would highly recommend checking out future sets and add-ons!

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There are coordinating dies that not featured but are behind this stamp set

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This isn’t included in the kit, this was an add-on called You Are Fabulous. 

For this card, I used one of the half sheets of the Tiffany Blue cardstock and a Sizzix circle die to cut out the middle. With that Tiffany Blue cardstock, I stamped images from the kit’s stamp set in the Hero Arts Light Teal ink cube and Simon Says Stamp White pigment ink. I stamped the face silhouette and a sentiment in the Midnight ink cube on some Neenah cardstock. I mounted the card panel onto a card base and used foam tape to pop up the circular piece. Finally, I used the Tonic Studios Nuvo Crystal drops for the first time! I was seriously nervous I would mess this up but I’m pleased with the dimensional look I got!

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This was a fun card and I loved the kit! I can’t say I am wanting to jump into being a monthly subscriber, but the quality of the kit and the shipping experience I’ve had make a convincing case or a recommendation to someone else who may be interested.

Have you seen Breakfast at Tiffany’s? What do you think of this fun release?!

Oh Happy Day! | Simon Says Stamp

This card was a lot of fun to make for my mother-in-law’s birthday. I’ve been lucky to have had some wonderful weather here in the Dallas area but we haven’t done much fun things on the weekend because we’ve been catching up on unpacking and more mundane household tasks and errands. I do love scrolling through social media for inspiration (and jokingly to live vicariously through others!) and came across fabulous photos that Amy Tangerine took on a recent trip in Bermuda, specifically in front of the pink wall at the Princess Bermuda!

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First I took a 4×6 panel and used one of the Hero Arts Rectangular infinity dies to be able to have a frame and inner rectangle to use for my sentiment focal point. With the frame, I used the Simon Says Stamp stamp set called Oh Happy Day to stamp the leaves in three Simon Says Stamp hybrid ink cubes. With the inner rectangle, I used a pink hued hybrid ink to ink blend with a sponge dauber. I used a slightly darker pink hued ink to stamp the flowers, to create a bit of a tone on tone effect. Using Memento Tuxedo Black ink, I stamped the sentiment twice using my MISTI stamping tool. I wasn’t feeling too confident in my skills to outline this whole sentiment with the Heidi Swapp Minc toner pen, so I just settled to do the lines radiating out of the sentiment. I used rose gold foil and ran it through my Minc machine.

I used an adhesive tape runner to adhere the frame to the card base. I wanted some dimension for this card so I used foam tape to pop it up. Looking back, I would have loved to have put down a second layer of foam tape. I felt like the card needed a little bit more oomph so I decided to use Pretty Pink Posh sequins in the Sparkling Mix and Pink Blush. It was definitely a fun card to make. Hope you got to create this weekend!

Supplies Used:

  • Neenah Solar White 80lb cardstock
  • Simon Says Stamp Oh Happy Day stamp set
  • Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink
  • Simon Says Stamp hybrid ink cubes in : Evergreen, Willow, Catkin, Rosie Cheeks, and Teeny Bikini
  • Pretty Pink Posh sequins in: Sparkling Clear mix and Pink Blush
  • 3M Foam Tape
  • Tombow Mono Adhesive Dot Tape Runner
  • Heidi Swapp Toner pen
  • Heidi Swapp Rose Gold Reactive Foil
  • Heidi Swapp Minc Machine
  • Imagine Crafts Sponge Dauber
  • Hero Arts Infinity Dies in rectangles

 

 

 

Bokeh Don’t Whirry, Be Happy | Lawn Fawn

Yay! I’m happy to report this is my first card I have made since the moving process (read: since January!). I was actually really surprised and pleased with myself that I crafted during my work week. That may not be a huge deal to others, but I just finished up my second week of working a flex-40 hour schedule. If you didn’t know, I used to work as a bedside nurse who worked a scheduled 12-hour shift, only three days a week. So a lot of my crafting was done on days off. So I’ll be honest, it’s been surprisingly hard for me to adjust to working five days a week. I haven’t figured out my groove yet (meal prepping, working out, consistent chores, etc). I felt a little guilty crafting when there were more productive things I could have been doing, but you know what, I have no regrets!

I think I subconsciously made this card for myself as a bit of a bright and cheery pep talk to remember to look on the bright side. It was a beautiful and breezy day when I was crafting. Matt was barbecuing dinner, I was catching up on craft videos while crafting. Plus I was using my favorite brand, Lawn Fawn!

One of my favorite stamp sets is Lawn Fawn’s Let’s Bokeh. I used two of the solid circle stamps to create a bokeh-like background. To create the different gradients of the colors, I used first and second generation stamping. It was also my first time using Lawn Fawn ink and it didn’t disappoint! I used the inks Merman, Mermaid, Peacock, and Carrot. For the glasses and blender, I used Lawn Fawn’s So Smooth stamp set.  I stamped them in Lawn Fawn’s Jet Black ink (that is perfect for alcohol-based markers). With a combination of my Copic and Nuvo markers, I colored those images.

Lastly, I used the new Lawn Fawn Watercolor wishes paper for both the sentiment banner and orange background behind the images. I used foam tape to mount these pieces onto My Favorite Stamps (MFT) Orange Fizz cardstock, which was my top-folding card base.

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It’s Saturday and gorgeous out… I want to craft some more sometime this weekend, so hopefully you guys will do something crafty too! Take care until next time!

 

Supplies Used:

Neenah Solar White 80lb. Cardstock

Lawn Fawn Let’s Bokeh stamp set

Lawn Fawn So Smooth stamp set

Lawn Fawn Sentiment Banner die set

Lawn Fawn inks in: Jet Black, Merman, Mermaid, Peacock, and Carrot

Lawn Fawn Watercolor Wishes 6×6 paper pad

Nuvo Markers: 489,487,485,393

Copic Markers: BG13, GB15

My Favorite Things Orange Fizz cardstock

Crafty Buys and Supplies #2 | Lawn Fawn Spring 2017 Release

Lawn Fawn is one of my favorite brands in cardmaking. When I started cardmaking back in early 2016, I placed a couple Lawn Fawn products into my shopping cart at Craft Warehouse and never looked back. I love the quirky, whimsical, and versatility of Lawn Fawn products for all my cardmaking occasions.

I haven’t had a big crafty shopping spree or order since January because of the move. I caved and purchased a lot of fun new goodies from their Spring 2017 release! I am not affiliated with Lawn Fawn, but I just love their products so much I love sharing my enthusiasm for them with others!

If you haven’t checked out Lawn Fawn, you totally should and snag up some of their fun products. Like I said previously, the style is a little more quirky and whimsical (in my opinion), but I think with the wide range of products, I would imagine there is something for every crafter. When you specifically purchase from the Lawn Fawn website, it opens it up to a pretty nice and warm shopping experience! My orders have been processed fairly quickly (1-2 business days) and shipped out USPS priority, getting to me within the week of when I’ve purchased. The presentation of your order is also wonderful- usually bundled together with their colorful blue and green twine and a handwritten thank you note and bonus stamp! Sometimes I also receive some samplers of cardstock, which is always a pleasant surprise.

Click here  if you want to peruse the Spring 2017 release. Maybe you have more self-control, but be warned you may not click away empty handed 😉

New to Me Inks

I haven’t purchased nor tried Lawn Fawn inks so when I found out many of their existing inks would be available in cubes… you bet I would be snatching these packs up! They have released four packs of inks and I think it offers a good variety for those wanting to try out the inks. The sets are named: Tropical Island, Gazebo, Tea Party, and Candy Store cube packs.

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Anybody else seem to subconsciously collect paper pads? I bought the Watercolor Wishes and Perfectly Plaid Rainbow 6×6 paper pad. That’s 72 sheets of gorgeous prints!

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It was a little agonizing picking out which Lawn Fawn items I felt I needed more than the others. I ended up purchasing the little stamp sets and their coordinating dies. I picked up the Year Seven (a cute piñata!), Bun in the Oven, and Hang in There (sloths make me chuckle so I had to pick this out).

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Not going to lie, my Sunday is a little busy with some mundane but NEED to do tasks. I’m really hoping I will be able to zip through my tasks so I can PLAY today! If not, I’ll have to postpone this until next weekend.

Hope you guys have a lovely and crafty week ahead!

Memory Keeping | March 6-12

Happy Sunday! Currently while I’m putting this post together, I am finishing up the animated film, Moana. Super cute and catchy music!

Below is this past week’s memory keeping in the Big Happy Planner utilizing MAMBI stickers from various sticker packs, MAMBI washi tape, and the Paper Mate flair pens. This week I was happier with the quality of the HP Sprocket pictures too and I’m assuming it’s probably because the HP Sprocket app was updated, I had better lighting for my pictures, and maybe I edited them enough to make them more vivid.

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Highs of the Week:

I started at my new “real” job. Last week was about general hospital and nursing personnel orientation, but it wasn’t specific job training. Monday was my first day stepping into my education specialist role (essentially a nurse educator for several med-surg nursing units). Thankfully, I’m not alone  and I got to start working and orienting with my teammate, LuLu. This week has been pretty fun working with her and I think we will get along well. We quickly found out that I have more Type-A tendencies but I think definitely play up to each other’s strengths and weaknesses. She has been so sweet and helpful in getting me acclimated to our role. It has been a great work week so far and I’m excited to become more comfortable in my role!

Lows of the Week

I guess I was naïve to think that I would be “over” the homesickness just a couple weeks into our Texas adventure. I have been a little stressed acclimating to the new environment and work requirements, and unfortunately I have been taking it on Matt. He told me that his perception is that I hate Texas and want to move back. I really had to tell him some of my deep feelings this weekend and it feels like a big weight has been lifted from my heart. Let me be clear, I DO NOT regret moving here on our new adventure. I do NOT hate Texas and I’m enjoying most of the experiences so far. I’m just still a little sad we’ve moved from my comfort zone (which I know will be a blessing later on) and I’m learning new routines, new things, and a whole new way of life. Driving in this frantic pace of lifestyle is nerve-wracking but I’m slowly learning ways to minimize how much I have to do on the crazy roads! I had to gently remind Matt too that I need an adjustment period and quite frankly, I’m just trying to survive and make each day count here. I know to be more conscientious of not taking it out on Matt though and to keep my head up… better days are ahead of me 🙂

 

 

Memory Keeping | Feb. 27 to Mar. 5

Just dropping by to share this past week’s memory keeping in this Big Happy Planner. I was able to wake up early this morning and fix up some iced coffee and breakfast so I could memory keep while catching up on some crafting videos. It did take me about an hour again this week to edit and print the photos, to do the layout and writing. I think it’s taking me so long because I don’t do prep work ahead of time and I take my time sorting through my stickers and washi to jazz up the layout. Perhaps this process will change if I am in a time crunch. One thing that was challenging was being able to recall the highs and lows of the week. I had to ask Matt “When did X happen this week, again?”. So perhaps for this upcoming week I could try making daily notes or editing pics as I go along… we shall see.

Nothing fancy in this week’s layout… again I’ve used the HP Sprocket to print out four photos from the past week. Side note, I need to keep playing with different photo editing apps and the HP Sprocket app to get the lighting of my photos just right. I’m not terribly bothered by the quality (can’t have too high of expectations for a portable photo printer!) but they are appearing darker and slightly off centered when printing.

To decorate, I’ve used the Penmate Flair felt tipped markers to write. For decoration, I’ve hopped around between all my MAMBI value pack books to pick out stickers and also utilized some MAMBI washi tape.

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Full spread for February 27 to March 5
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First half of the week
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Second half of the week

Highs and Lows of the week:

Highs: I started orientation at my new job and Matt was offered a new management job! We traveled up to NE Dallas to go to a park/dog park. Hank loved it in the small dog area and we loved walking around the park. We also checked out a new Hispanic supermarket called Terry’s where we got some yummy goodies and some wonderful carne asada! Thankfully, today was also super productive with more unpacking, cleaning, and organizing. This past week I’ve been experimenting with new routes to work (as you can imagine, I’m a bit traumatized from my experience earlier this week!) and SO glad there are options. I’m a little bit closer to semblance of a routine being here in Dallas! Matt and I also popped into our nearest Hobby Lobby (which we didn’t have in Vancouver) and I purchased a new paperpad and some brush tipped markers so anticipate more chatter or use in upcoming posts!

Lows: I got in a fender bender on my first day heading into work orientation! Luckily nobody was hurt and I made it to orientation in the nick of time! My car is scruffed, dinged, and a little dented in the bumper (two people behind me caused the accident). Still, super annoying to deal with all of this because I’ve been playing phone tag with the person’s auto insurance. Another low is feeling disorganized and out of sorts moving here. I think it’s a bout of homesickness, being out of my comfort zone, and also adjusting to all these new changes. However, trying to look on the bright side of things and trying to be present in the moment. So lucky to have Matt… he has been gently reminding me to be practice more patience, gratitude, and bravery.

Upcoming

I bought my first crafty haul which I will share probably this upcoming weekend! I purchased a ton of cute and fun goodies from the latest Lawn Fawn release.

Also, did I ever mention I’m interested in learning how to letter? I started perusing the internet to look up resources and supplies.

How about you guys? Any tips or tricks for memory keeping or learning lettering? I’d love to know!

 

 

 

 

Memory Keeping in the Big Happy Planner | First Attempt

I was inspired to do memory keeping for a couple big reasons. First off, Matt and I both agreed that moving to Dallas is a big deal and should be documented somehow. Second, keeping a memory book will also be a fun and gentle reminder to get out of our comfort zones in this upcoming year since we’ll be in a new city and (new to us) social culture. After all, we need adventures, challenges, and experiences to be able to document in our so-called Texas memory book, so this adds some lighthearted “pressure” to make it count! Lastly, we are excited to be able to look back at this book a year from now at all the new memories we hope to create. While we hope and plan on doing big things, we know that not every day will be a grandiose and celebratory day… and that’s okay! We want to be able to document the little things too and our “firsts” in Texas.

I’m by no means an expert and since this is my first time attempting this, I’ll be doing a lot of experimenting.

Michael’s was having a big planner sale in early December. I picked up a Big Happy Planner (made by Me & My Big Ideas, aka MAMBI if you want to look them up on social media) for only $15, instead of the regular price of $29.99. I also picked up a couple more value sticker books: Quotes (427 stickers), Alphabet (4,180 stickers) and Memory Planning (472 pieces), which retail $19.99 normally (be on the lookout for coupons!). Back in January, I also purchased an HP Sprocket, which is relatively new to the market. Like the Polaroid Zip and Fujifilm Instax, it can print 2×3 sized adhesive-backed mini photos on special paper called ZINK paper. I chose this portable photo printer due to the positive reviews and how the printed photo also fits into the Happy Planner boxes perfectly.

 

 

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This Is Your Year undated BIG Happy Planner
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I used the Me & My Big Ideas Alphabet value sticker book to customize this ownership page
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Monthly view in the planner. Personally unsure of how I want to utilize these pages in the future
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How cute is the HP Sprocket?! Just picked up those Paper Mate Flair pens and had my sticker books nearby to find the perfect ones to accent my layout!

First Impressions

It took longer than I anticipated! It took me probably an hour to do both weeks because of printing the photos, deciding the layout, writing out the memories, and flipping through my stash of stickers and washi tape to decorate. I had to remind myself to not overthink this because it’s supposed to be fun and relaxing. SO WHAT if my stickers are a bit crooked and my handwriting a little loopy? Easier said than done for this perfectionist but I’ll survive, HA! First time using Paper Mate Flair pens in a planner and pleased to report no bleed through!

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The week of February 13 to February 19th
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The week of February 20th to February 26th

Like I said, this is about experimenting too so I’ll have to try out if it works out better for me to do bits and pieces throughout the week or just during one sit-down session. Do I take a photo everyday or just for the big or note-worthy life moments? What constitutes as “note worthy”? Do I keep notes in my phone of the daily stuff so I can write about it during the weekend? See, these are the things I started to think about. I should probably explore some social media accounts to see tips and tricks from seasoned memory keepers.

Thanks for sticking through my memory keeping musings. Hope you have a wonderful week ahead! Comment below if you have any tips, tricks, or questions!

Crafting Hiatus | Quick Life Update

I apologize that it has been a month or so, since I have created a card and shared it on IG or here on the blog.

As I’m sitting here writing out this post, even I can’t believe what I’m going to be sharing in the following sentence… We’ve moved to Dallas, Texas! YES!

Back in the fall, Matt and I decided we wanted to try a new life adventure. We have no kids, don’t own a house, and well… nothing definitive rooting us back in the Pacific Northwest. So over dinner at a local brewery last October, we did a process of elimination and pros/cons of each place we were contemplating. We went in November to visit the Dallas Fort Worth area and then December was spent applying and interviewing at multiple organizations.

We just arrived last week and as to be expected… still unpacking and still trying to get our bearings.

I wanted to hop on here and just let you all know why I’ve been MIA. Granted, I’ll have to be doing some adjusting and experimenting to see how crafting will fit into my new schedule and flow in the upcoming weeks (months?) but I’m super motivated and excited to get back into it!

To also document this upcoming year of change and new experiences, I’m going to try my hand at memory planning! More to come on this as I get into it.

Thanks for taking the time to read this and I’m hoping to come back asap!

Love You | Hey Love by Simon Says Stamp

Happy 2017! Hope you all are having a wonderful start so far.

I worked the last couple of days of 2016 and it was chaotic at my hospital. Matt and I didn’t have grandiose plans of ringing in NYE, but he ended the year by coming down with a bad cold and with me on the border of being sick and run down.

January 1st has been uneventful and relaxing at home since Matt is sick… gives me time to really think about what I’d love to accomplish and do in the upcoming year. It also makes me hopeful, excited, and restless to begin scheming and executing all the goals Matt and I have talked about these past few months. It’s another year we can try to meet other goals that didn’t get accomplished in 2016 and another year we can continue bettering the things that are thankfully, going right. I

I made this card for Matt as a card to show him my love as we enter another year and come what may in 2017, we will get to do it together.

I used Canson XL Watercolor paper as my card panel because I knew I wanted to do some subtle distress ink blending. I ended up using Spun Sugar and Picked Raspberry to do my ink blending. I then used Hero Arts Strawberry ink for the background image stamp and I definitely used the MISTI to make sure I would get a good stamped impression. I used glittered cardstock for the sentiment dies (they are separate dies from different Simon Says Stamp releases). I wanted dimension so I die cut a layer of foam and two layers of cheapy cardstock to layer all together.

Before laying down the dimensional die cuts, I sat there and debated if I wanted to give the card panel some subtle dimension too. I ended up running the card panel through my Sizzix, using the We R Memory Keepers Next Level Dotted embossing folder. Finally, I glued down the sentiments on the card and debated again if I needed to add more embellishments, but decided against it.

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Yahoo, I feel so accomplished. I got my first 2017 card done 😉 I have to clean up my work space but I think before I do that, I want to spend some time tentatively setting up and experimenting with my Paper Tokens planner I’ve mentioned in a previous post.

Any big plans or goals for 2017? Have you done your first craft project yet?

Supplies Used:

  • Canson XL Watercolor Paper
  • Tim Holtz Distress Ink in: Spun Sugar and Picked Raspberry
  • Tim Holtz Distress Ink mini ink blending tool
  • MISTI stamping tool
  • DCWV Glitzy Glitter 6×6 Cardstock
  • Hero Arts Strawberry Ink
  • Simon Says Stamp Love Is cling background stamp
  • Simon Says Stamp Laura’s Love sentiment die (from Hey Love Release)
  • Simon Says Stamp You sentiment die (from You Matter Release)