So here is my first attempt at making a video and I have found some mistakes that will be rectified. The first correction is the blog address, which is www.creativemeasuresbytiffany.blogspot.com. Please let me know what you think of the video and I know I will get better at this going forward.
Today's project started in one direction and changed course pretty quickly. I love this set from the Holiday catalog and the best part is that there's a framelit for all of the images except the sentiment. Colors used on the sentiment are Blackberry Bliss and Tangelo Twist and the spider was
stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black ink. The Happy Hauntings DSP was cut and adhered to the bottom of the Basic Black card stock and then the owl was stamped in Early Espresso and die cut with the matching framelit and popped up with dimensionals. Take a look at the project below and let me know what you think.
In just a few short hours, Summer will be over and fall will be moving in. Today's project will help with the change of season and help you just take time to chill. The color scheme is very clean starting with the Whisper White card base that was run through the Decorative Dots embossing folder. The feel of chill is Pool party ink, which was used to match the DSP. The pop of color on the Penguin's beak and feet is Tangelo Twist. Take a look at the project below and let me know what you think.
Today was a great day of stamping and creating. My sister-in-law and I got together to come up with a Christmas card for this year and she did a bang up job creating a sample. We each created a card using most of the same products and I think all of them came out great. Take a look at what was created and let us know what you think.
Mary's sample card
First up is Mary's version of what we created today. I love the colors used and the pretty bow above the mantel.
Now take a look at the card I created. I had to use gold and the dies come in handy since I don't care for fussy-cutting.
Hello and welcome to the next Stepped Up card in the series. The first card is very clean and simple with a little sponging and a lot of stamping. The second card was stepped-up using Designer vellum and a little bling. Take a look at the projects below and let me know what you think.
Hello and welcome to today's post. Do you ever just want to send well wishes to friends and family? Well now you can and it's so easy to do. Take a look at the card project below that uses Blackberry Bliss, Crushed Curry, Very Vanilla and Old Olive card stocks, a little sponging on the edges and of course some bling. Let me know what you think of the project by leaving a comment below.
I can tell you that this week's deals are great. Those Butterfly thinlits, the White Satin ribbon, fringe scissors and the Mini Treat Bag dies are fantastic and can be used on almost any project you create. I'm not really into buttons but I do love the colorful array. Take a look at what's on sale and click a picture to be taken to my online store to place an order.
Hello and welcome to the 3rd project in the Halloween series. This is a CAS card that was easy to make and few supplies needed. I just love the Happy Hauntings designer paper and love the way it looks on Black card stock. Take a look at the project below and let me know what you think.
I have to apologize for the lateness of this post. Some family matters arose that had to be taken care of but all is well now and the Stepped Up series continues.
Today's project is seasonally charged and I think it has just the right amount of color. Take a look below and let me know what you think.
To start off I kept the card simple and I like how this version came out.
But then just add a little ribbon and sparkle and look what you get.
Saw a similar card on Crafter's Companion UK site and just had to make a version of my own. I didn't put a sentiment as yet because I think it will take away from the design of the card. What do you think?
Additional supplies used:
Darice - snowflake background embossing folder
HOTP #5305- 8 Circle and Scallops
American Crafts- Kringle and Co 6"x6" paper pad
American Crafts- Peppermint Express 6"x6" paper pad
I hope you have enjoyed today's project and will check back often for more inspiration.
I hope everyone is enjoying a long weekend this Labor Day. I have been having some stamping fun and I thought I would share one of the projects I have created. The card today is for a very dear friend (really more like family), who is always there for me and my family in times of need. The colors used on this project are Watermelon Wonder, Mint Macaron, Delightful Dijon, a small amount of Cucumber Crush on the stems and the sentiment was stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black ink Take a look at the project below and let me know what you think.
Another angle with a matching envelope.
The envelope by itself just adds a little flair to the whole project.
Hello and welcome to the second installment of the Halloween series.
There were 2 stamp sets used on this card, some of the new DSP from the Holiday catalog, and Clear embossing powder over the Tangelo Twist sentiment. Take a look at the project below and let me know what you think.
I had never used clear embossing powder over colored ink before and I like how it turned out.
Hello and welcome to another post. Today kicks off my series called "Stepped Up". I make one card in a clean and simple fashion and then I make the same card that's more intricate in detail. This series will be posted on Wednesday but not sure how long it will run. Today I have a Christmas card project using some of the products from the New Holiday catalog that went live yesterday. Take a look at the projects below and let me know what you think.
For the first card I started with stamping the image on a piece of Whisper White card stock using Mossy Meadow ink and then I colored the image using a water brush and the ink colors Cucumber Crush and Real Red. I stamped the sentiment in stamped-off Mossy Meadow ink to the right of the image. Next, I adhered a piece of DSP to the bottom portion of the Whisper White panel and inked the edges in Mossy Meadow. What do you think?
Now take a look at the Stepped Up version.
On this card I heat-embossed the image with VersaMark ink and sprinkled with Gold embossing powder. I still used the water brush to color the image in and I stamped the sentiment the same way I did on the first card, then added some Woven Stitched ribbon to separate the panels. Isn't that fun?
Today's the day to start ordering from the 2015 Holiday catalog. Who doesn't need a card or a gift for the Holiday season? There so many great bundles, papers and accessories that will add just the right touch to your projects.
You can place your order online at http://creativemeasures.stampinup.net/, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can give me a call at 757-404-6806 and I'll be more than happy to help you place an order.
Thank you for stopping by and check back soon for some projects using some of the new products from the Holiday catalog.