Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Merry Monday #180 - Festive Holiday Wishes

It's the time for making Christmas cards and couldn't resist but playing over at Merry Monday #180 with the challenge of using reindeer on it. Plus it gives me a chance to get moving on building my Christmas card stash. 

Here is my card:
I'm in love with these reindeer's from the Reindeer Games stamp set of Mama Elephant with all of the accessories and fun poses. Plus, I adore this exclusive Scallop Frames die from Pretty Pink Posh's latest release so I had to pull out some silver glitter cardstock and use it.

To create the scene, I die cut the hills first using Landscape Trio (mama elephant) and the cloud piece was from the Puffy Cloud Border (lawn fawn) where I sponged on a little ink (Sea Glass - SSS). to all three hills.

For the sky, I sponged more ink, Duckling and Cotton Candy from (SSS) since I love how these inks work for blending. Added some Mini Snowflakes from Lawn Fawn along with stamping the sentiment from the Jingle Greetings set.

Colored the reindeers and accessories with my copics and added in some Winter Snow Mix sequins from Pretty Pink Posh since I wanted to shake things up a little. Do you love making shakers?

As always, if you haven't checked out the challenge, please stop over to check out all the inspiration.

Monday, November 16, 2015

Wishing you Sunny Days with Little Critters

Here is another card I created to let one of my friends know I'm thinking of them and to wish better days ahead. Also using these adorable little critters again from the Holiday Pals where I can't get enough of them. 

Here is my card:
For the background, I created the sky and grass with inks and blending tool where I than die cut using the squares from the Stitched Duo 3  keeping the same order of the cut to keep the scene. Than, I couldn't resist but to add these cute bows on each of them.

Aren't these little umbrellas cute? They are from the new Rainy Days stamp set along with the clouds that you can add smiley faces to. So many ideas come to mind, but for now, this card is to wish better days ahead and thought this would be perfect. 

Here I popped up the umbrellas to add a little dimension. I must say, I'm loving the new Pretty Pink Posh release with these stamps.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Pretty Pink Posh New Release Blog Hop Day 2

Welcome!! I'm thrilled and excited to participate as one of the Guest Designers for this month showcasing Pretty Pink Posh's new product release for November. This release is absolutely amazing with 3 new stamp sets, sequins, and dies.

You should have arrived from Lisa Elton's blog, but if you get lost, no worries, there is a complete line up list below so you can stay on track during the blog hop. 

Here is the first card:
I'm in love with these new stamp sets; this one is Holiday Pals with these adorable critters, trees, and sentiment! Plus, look at this cute little Stitched Photo Frame which comes in three sizes. This one is the medium size photo frame which fits perfectly onto the Stitched Banner Duo 

Added these adorable new 4m Holly Jolly sequin mix to shake things up along with the Falling Snow stencil (SSS) to add some texture to the background. Lastly, couldn't resist but to use the Twines and Bow die which I cut using white and silver glitter cardstock. 

Here is my second card:
For this card, I combined Holiday Pals with the Rainy Days stamp set as I couldn't resist but to use these clouds to help me with the winter sky scene. Just love how there are so many accesories to these stamp sets with bows, little hats, presents, and more. Not just for holidays

Colored these adorable little critters using my copics and popped up this little cute kitten using some foam mount. The sentiment was embossed and added some prisma glitter to the trees. 

Let's continue celebrating with your next stop at Heather Hoffman

GIVEAWAY!  During this 2 day blog hop event, there will be (2) $25 Gift Certificates to Pretty Pink Posh available on each blog hop day.  Total (4) gift certificates up for grabs.
Winners will be picked randomly along the blog hop (comments must be left by 11:59PM PDT on 11/16/15), and will be announced November 18th on the Pretty Pink Posh Blog! 

Here is the complete list of Blog Hop Participants:

Thank-you so much for stopping by and continue enjoying the blog hop! 
Don't forget all of the new products are available to order now over at Pretty Pink Posh 

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Wishing You Sunshine!

Since November is a month of spreading kindness to others, I thought I would create a card to cheer someone up so I decided to use these new adorable stamp sets from Pretty Pink Posh from her latest November release. Hopefully the recepient enjoys the card and surprise I'm sending. 

Here is my card:
For this card, I combined Holiday Pals with the Rainy Days stamp set. For the umbrella, I die cut the largest one and colored it using my copic markers. Than, I added some polka dots with my white sharpie marker. So many ideas come to mind using this set, but wanted to create a card to cheer someone up. 

Plus, it gave me a chance to use this adorable Stitched Photo Frame and Holly Jolly sequin mix where I added both 4m and 6m sizes. For final touch, added these 4m and 6m Clear Droplets.

I'm loving these stamps, dies, and sequins, so I hope in sending this card, it will cheer her up. Also, looking forward to seeing more inspiration from Pretty Pink Posh's Blog hop that is scheduled to go live on Thursday Nov 12th & Friday Nov 13th. Check out her facebook blog hop event by clicking here. 

As you can tell, I love creating shakers, playing with sequins, dies, and stamps. Have fun!


Thursday, November 5, 2015

One More Treat for Halloween

Normally, I take pictures of the projects, but somehow in a rush to get these to the staff for Halloween, I realized I forgot to take a picture of the red pirate version for the men. I know we are done with Halloween, but wanted to get this posted to share since I love these little ghosts from the Booyah set.
I was so excited these little treats were fast to make and the Decorative Tag die came in so handy. Since I ran out of clear droplets, I added some marshmallow sequins instead. For the sentiment, I started off by embossing in black, but after doing a few treats, I thought it would go faster just to stamp it using black.

If you missed the tutorial on how to make this along with the measurements, please click here. I would like to see what you come up with. Have Fun!

Here are the main ingredients: