Friday, February 24, 2017

DT Clarinda - Romance 2nd post

Hello Everyone!!

It is DT Clarinda here with my second contribution for February. This months theme is Romance. So with that in mind, it is my 20th wedding anniversary next month so I thought I would take this opportunity to make my hubby an anniversary card to celebrate.


Here are a couple of photos that show most of the items I used. I will list them all at the end of the post.



I began by stamping the image (whimsy stamps - bird swing) onto watercolour paper using Memento angel pink ink so that the image would have a 'no lines' finished look. I then painted the image using Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolours - I have many different watercolour sets, but this is by far my favourite. The background was painted using a wash of Lindys colour spray - Merci beaucoup mint.


I then ran this through the bigshot using a circle die. I cut a frame using a round rose frame die (unbranded)  and glued them to my backing sheet which came from the Magnolia Lane paper collection from ultimate crafts. The large pink flowers started out white. I used the wicking method to colour them with bubblegum pink dylusions ink spray and then added glossy accents to the petals and rubbed them in ultrafine glitter.


I like to adhere bulky items to cards and LO's using the Finnabair 3D matte gel. It dries clear but flexible so will not crack off if the card is bent. I cut a small piece of cheesecloth and died it with Lindys stamp gang spray in curiouser chartreuse. I also edged the yellow flowers using Dr PH Martins Bombay ink in white.  I then stuck it all down.


I finished it off by inking all the edges in Versa Magic chalk ink - Persimmon and Oasis Green and Kaisercraft ink in Berry and backing it in a matching colour. I then added the words LOVE YOU using washi tape by recollections.


Thank - you for visiting, see you next month.

Clarinda xx

Tools:
  • Big shot
  • Scotch tape glider
  • Acrylic block for stamps
  • Stamp - Whimsy stamps - bird swing
  • Circle die
  • Rose frame die
  • Stanley knife and metal ruler
  • Aqua brushes
Consumables:
  • Color splash watercolor and word washi tape - Recollections
  • Tombow clear glue
  • Memento ink - Angel pink
  • Watercolour paper
  • Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolours - 36 pan
  • Magnolia lane paper pad
  • Ultra fine glitter
  • Glossy accents by ranger
  • Lindys sprays in merci beaucoup mint, curiouser chartreuse and T-bird turquoise
  • Dylusions ink spray in bubblegum
  • Bombay white india ink by Dr PH Martin
  • Versa Magic chalk ink - Persimmon and Oasis Green
  •  Kaisercraft ink in Berry
  • Finnabair 3D matte gel.



Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Cherish

Hello.....Its Tracey back with you
The theme for February is ROMANCE๐Ÿ’—
Today I'm sharing a card. 


To create the background I covered an embossing folder with ink,  gave it a light mist of water, then layed it  on top of water colour paper pressing down firmly to transfer the image.
I coloured more water colour paper with "Gelatos" (Neha can order these on request) Then punched out some small & large hearts๐Ÿ’•
Die cut doily, a sprinkle of sequins and a bunch a tiny white flowers.


We would love to see you creations in "Share my Crafts" using products you have purchased from Neha.

Happy Crafting ๐Ÿ˜Š

Sunday, February 19, 2017

DT Deni Love and Romance

Hi All,

DT Deni with you today. I have a card using a stamp set from Avery Elle

It is the month of love and Romance and I have created a Valentine's Card for my Boyfriend, this is our second Valentine's Day together and he certainly appreciates my cards, I am very grateful for that :-)



I have stamped the image onto Mondi Color Copy 200gsm using Memento Tuxedo Black.
I have cut two circles from Lawn Fawn Stitched Circles (unsure what size as I have all of mine in the same pack together) using my Sizzix Big Shot.

I have coloured the image up using Copic Markers (You can see a list of the markers below) I have fussy cut the image out using Cutterbee Scissors - which I have just recently purchased and absolutely love.



I cut a piece of American Crafts Black Cardstock which I treated using an embossing buddy and using an My Favorite Things Stamp Set called Love You More I inked it up using Versamark Watermark Ink stamped it then added some Ranger Gold Embossing Powder and heated it using my Heat Gun.


Bella Wedding was my paper choice for this card, I have had this in my stash for quite a long time, so have actually been using it on the last few cards. I cut the banner using a stitched banner die from My Favorite Things.

I cut some mats from other American Crafts Cardstocks and added all the layers to a Twiddleybitz Card Base using my Scotch ATG.

I then added everything onto the card and it is complete.



Products Used On This Card
Cutterbee Scissors
Cutterpillar Pro
Sizzix Big Shot
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive
Scotch ATG
American Crafts Cardstock
Lawn Fawn Stitched Circles Dies
Versamark Watermark Ink Pad
Embossing Buddy
Twiddleybitz Card Base
MFT Love You More
Bella! Wedding


Copic Markers Used
YR21, YR24, YR27
E000, E00, E21, E11, E04, R20
B93, B95, B97, B99
C6, C8, C10
R35, R37, R39

Thanks For Stopping by,

DT Deni

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

DT Teresa - Romance 2

Hello! I hope you all enjoyed your Valentine's Day yesterday, whether or not you celebrated the day designated for love!

Today I am sharing a card that fits the bill for Romance, our theme for February here on the Auzz Trinklets and Crafts blog.




This card uses Neenah Classic Crest 110lb Smooth Solar White Cardstock for the base which is cut with a paper trimmer at 4 ¼“ x 11” and scored with a teflon bone folder at 5 ½“ to make a top folding card of 5 ½“ x 4 ¼”.

I chose My Favorite Things Cookie Crumbs and the coordinating My Favorite Things Dienamics set You're the Milk to my Cookie for this project.

I used the sprinkles/hundreds and thousands stamp meant for a cookie and stamped it multiple times onto the card base with Altenew Crisp Dye Ink in Frosty Pink

The layered frames were die cut from Neenah Classic Crest 80lb Smooth Solar White Cardstock with Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles dies. I lined up the outside die with the third largest die to create the first frame and then used the outside die with the second largest die to create the top frame and adhered them together using 3M Scotch Double Sided Foam Tape and stuck these to the card base with double sided tape.

I cut four milk bottles from Neenah Classic Crest 80lb Smooth Solar White Cardstock and glued them together to create a dimensional piece and did the same with kraft cardstock to create the cookie, using the larger of the two circular dies in the set.

My Heidi Swapp Minc machine then came into action. I foiled Heidi Swapp Minc Sheets using Heidi Swapp Reactive Foil in Light Pink, iCraft Deco Foil in Red and iCraft Deco Foil in Gold. I then used dies from the MFT set to diecut the pieces I needed from the different colours of foil using my Sizzix Big Shot machine. The heart dies came from the Sizzix dies set that coordinate with Tim Holtz's Stampers Anonymous Crazy Things stamp set. The foiled pieces left over, I put away for future projects. I used a shim when cutting the lid for the bottle so the debossing was a little deeper and more obvious. 

I took the label for the milk bottle and heat embossed the word milk from the MFT stamp set using Versamark ink, Hero Arts white embossing powder and Wagner heat tool. Prior to stamping, I used an EK Success Powder Tool on the foil to prevent stray embossing powder from sticking in places I did not want it, then wiped away the powder once the embossing had cooled with a microfibre cloth. I was not sure how the foil would react to the great heat of the tool, but was happy to see that it provided an interesting effect and a wonderful texture. I think I will be using this technique again as it would be perfect for a vintage look. 




I glued all the pieces together and placed them onto the card base using Ranger Multi Medium Matte before stamping and heat embossing the sentiment from the MFT stamp set with Hero Arts white embossing powder onto a strip of black cardstock which I adhered with 3M Scotch Double Sided Foam Tape. Again, I used the EK Success Powder Tool prior to stamping on the black cardstock, wiping the powder away with a microfibre cloth after the embossing was done.

I showed this to my husband once I had finished and he asked if he could write in it and give it to me. Ha!


Thankyou for following along with me today. Please feel free to ask questions if anything needs clarifying. If you cannot find the items I have used (listed below) in the Auzz Trinklets and Crafts store, be sure to drop Neha a message via email or Facebook and she will do what she can to order the product in for you.
Happy crafting and have a great day! 


Paper trimmer
Teflon bone folder
My Favorite Things Cookie Crumbs
My Favorite Things Dienamics You're the Milk to my Cookie
Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles dies
3M Scotch Double Sided Foam Tape
Double sided tape
Kraft cardstock
Heidi Swapp Minc machine
Heidi Swapp Minc Sheets
Heidi Swapp Reactive Foil in Light Pink
iCraft Deco Foil in Red  
Sizzix/Tim Holtz dies set Crazy Things
EK Success Powder Tool
Versamark ink
Hero Arts white embossing powder
Microfibre cloth
Wagner heat tool


Friday, February 10, 2017

DT Clarinda - Romance

Hi Everyone!!
DT Clarinda here. *waves*  I just want to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to Denielle for posting my last two posts for me whilst I was away on vacation. I am back now and looking forward to being able to share lots of creations with you.

This months theme is romance, so I have created a lovely little shaker card for valentine' s day. 


This is a photo of the items I used to create the card.  I will make a list below.

Firstly I stamped the Gorjuss image onto some blending paper that I had cut to 10cm square and used copics to colour the image.



I then created the box frame using my scoring board and a piece of white card stock cut 11.5cm square. I cut in diagonally from the corners approx. 1 cm and scored two lines. Fold the card on the scoring lines and stick the image to the base of the frame (if it is a bit tight, just trim it down). 

Then add your shaker items, and cut a piece of acetate to fit on top and secure with double sided tape or glue.


Using a stanley knife and metal ruler, I cut out a frame from red card stock. This I embossed with hearts, rounded the corners and inked the edges. Attach on top of the acetate. I used a white and a pink Kirarina Wink pen to colour odd hearts to help them stand out a bit.



I then cut white cardstock to twice the length, scored and folded that, and rounded off the corners. Glue the frame to the white card being careful to line it up so the frame is sitting to the edge of the card.
Add ribbon around the edge to hide the gaps. Add greeting and flowers to suit.



Inside was very simple, I just layered a white die cut piece of card on top of a red die cut piece of card and stamped with a matching sentiment.


I hope you have enjoyed seeing my creation. Below is a list of the products I have used. Many of these are available to purchase from Auzz Trinklets n Krafts or can be ordered in by Neha.

Thank you for visiting.

Clarinda xx

Tools:
  • Big shot 
  • Cuttlebug heart embossing folder
  • Tim holts scissors (medium and small) (love these and have multiple pairs - best scissors available in my opinion :) )
  • Stanley knife and metal ruler (I don't use paper trimmers)
  • Small scoring board
  • Corner rounder
  • Scotch tape glider (I love this tool and it's big enough that I don't lose it)
  • Acrylic blocks for stamps.
  • Gorjuss stamp - the scarf.
  • Sentiment stamps. 
  • Stitched rectangular die set. (I cut the rectangles then adjusted the paper and sent them through a second time to get squares)
Consumables:
  • Tacky glue
  • Fast drying glue with precision tip
  • Memento ink
  • Distress ink (barn door)
  • Heart shaped confetti
  • Assorted flowers
  • White blending paper
  • White and red cardstock
  • Kirarina Wink pens
  • White sharpie pen
Copic colours:
  • E -  0000, 000, 11, 21, 23, 31, 34, 35, 37, 39, 41, 50, 53
  • W - 3, 5, 7
  • BG - 70, 72, 75, 78
  • Colourless blender







Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Romance

February is the month of Romance ๐Ÿ’•
Hello...its Tracey with you today to share a scrapbook layout I created!
The inspiration for my page came from an image in a book I was reading, with this quote next to it! I decided to re-create it and add a photo.


For the title I first tried stamping it, but it was not bold enough ( I managed to rub it out...you can probably see a bit...its now called a shadow) I then decided to die cut it, which I like a lot better.
 The Boat is also Die cut.


I stamped the white background with 'Rubbernecker' Daisy Duo.
I embossed hearts on the sails of the boat, then embellished it with lot of bits and pieces from my stash. A favorite being the tiny heart buttons. XOX was also stamped.

Thanks so much for Looking

Happy Creating!

Sunday, February 5, 2017

February - Romance DT Deni

Good Morning and Welcome to February.. yes it is that time already.. crazy!

This month the girls and I will be sharing all our projects where we celebrate Romance. Valentine's Day is coming up so that's what i've gone with for my project today.

I have used a stamp set from My Favorite Things called Milk and Cookies, I have fussy cut my image so I could paper pierce the lounge chair.








Products Used On This Card

MFT Milk and Cookies
Memento Tuxedo Black
Lawn Fawn Acrylic Block
Fiskars Scissors
MFT Stitched Circles Stax
Tombow Mono Multi
Nuvo Crystal Drops - Carnation Pink
Cutterpillar Pro
Canson Cardstock
Mondi Color Copy
Crate Paper Love Notes

Copic Markers Used

Ell, E13, E15, R20
E47, E49
C1, C3, C00, 0
RV11, RV13, RV14
R24, E07, E09

Most of The Products I have used on my card today are available at the Auzz Trinklets Store.

Thanks For Stopping by,
Deni x

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

DT Teresa - Romance

Welcome to February and our new theme for the month here on the Auzz Trinklets n Crafts blog. This month we are celebrating Romance as it will be Valentine's Day soon enough!

I am sharing a fun shaker card today using Altenew inks and Simon Says Stamp dies with sequins from the Auzz Trinklets n Crafts store. I kept the design simple as the elements stand alone.




This card uses Neenah Classic Crest 110lb Smooth Solar White Paper for the base which is cut at 4 ¼“ x 11” and scored at 5 ½“ to make a top folding card of 5 ½“ x 4 ¼”.


I used the stitched rectangle die from My Favorite Things Blueprints 13 and cut this from Neenah 80lb Classic Crest Cardstock to create the layer for the shaker.

The cute bunnies are stamped images created with the Simon Says Stamp Bunny Hugs die. I cut these from a Darice Foam sheet using the Sizzix Big Shot Machine.

I placed the stitched rectangle into the lower left corner of my MISTI. I removed the heart from the bunny and put it aside, then put some repositionable adhesive onto one side of the foam bunny and positioned it onto the cardstock where I wanted to stamp the blue bunny, adhesive side facing up. I closed the door of the MISTI, picking up the bunny and inked it up with Altenew Crisp Dye Ink - Ocean Waves. After stamping the blue bunny, I moved the stitched rectangle over to the right by 1 1/4" and leaving it in position, cleaned off the foam with a damp Lawn Fawn Stamp Shammy. This time I inked up the foam bunny with Altenew Crisp Dye Ink - Cotton Candy and stamped the image to the left of the blue bunny.

The Simon Says Stamp Heart Smile sentiment was then die cut with the Sizzix Big Shot Machine. After removing all the diecut pieces I adhered a piece of acetate from my stash behind the sentiment with Ranger Multi Medium Matte and used it also to replace the centres of the letters onto the top of the acetate and set it aside to dry.

Once it was dry, I took the Darice Foam Sheet and cut pieces to fit behind the stitched rectangle layer and doubled the pieces, adhering with the Ranger Multi Medium Matte in order to offer height and give the shaker pieces clearance when the card was put together.

I placed the various sequins onto the card base where they would be seen under the sentiment window - Auzz Trinklets N Crafts Star Shape Fillers, Auzz Trinklets n Crafts Shaker Mix Red Salsa and added a touch of blue from my stash. I then used Wonder Tape to secure the layer to the card base. 

I finished off the card by taking the heart from the foam bunny I put aside earlier and coloured it with a Copic marker, R46 and after allowing it to dry, I glued it between the two bunnies, an exchange of love! 



Thankyou for following along with me today; please feel free to ask questions if anything needs clarifying. If you cannot find the items I have used (listed below) in the Auzz Trinklets n Crafts store, be sure to drop Neha a message via email or Facebook and she will do what she can to order the product in for you.
Happy crafting and have a great day! 


Teresa

Products:

Neenah Classic Crest 110lb Smooth Solar White Paper
My Favorite Things Blueprints 13
Neenah 80lb Classic Crest Cardstock
Simon Says Stamp Bunny Hugs
Darice Foam Sheet
Sizzix Big Shot Machine
MISTI Stamping Tool
Altenew Crisp Dye Ink - Ocean Waves
Lawn Fawn Stamp Shammy
Altenew Crisp Dye Ink - Cotton Candy
Simon Says Stamp Heart Smile
Ranger Multi Medium Matte
Auzz Trinklets N Crafts Star Shape Fillers
Auzz Trinklets n Crafts Shaker Mix Red Salsa
Copic marker, R46