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Joy
by Tiffany Pryce

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Hey Poppy peeps!  Tiffany here. Did you catch the amazing IG hop the design team participated in yesterday? So many inspiring cards using the new Poppystamps release! If you haven't seen it yet, please head over to the Poppystamps IG account to start at the beginning. Don't forget that you have a chance to win a prize at every stop of the hop. What an incredible opportunity!

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Today, I'm sharing how I made my sample from yesterday's hop. I featured a mash up of products from the whole Birch Press Designs family, including the new Poppystamps Ornament Background die. To start, I embossed a panel of white cardstock with the new Ringadings 3D Embossing Folder from Memory Box. I matted it with a piece of red cardstock.

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Next, I die cut white cardstock with the Ornament Background die twice for added dimension. I adhered the background die cuts together with spray adhesive. I also die cut pieces of an alcohol ink panel that I had in my stash from just the ornament portion of the die. I did not have a large alcohol ink panel, so cutting it into pieces to fit what I wanted to die cut helped save paper. To create the alcohol ink panel, I just blended a variety of green alcohol inks together with a lot of isopropyl alcohol and ink splatters for texture. I inlayed the ornaments in place with liquid glue. To finish the ornaments, I shaded the tops with copic markers - C1, C3, and C5. 

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Lastly, I embellished the card with holiday foliage, berries and a sentiment. I die cut several leaves from various green cardstock with the Memory Box Pine Needle Trio die and the Poppystamps Cabin Snowglobe Pop Up Easel. I die cut the berries from an alcohol ink panel that I created with red and pink inks. The sentiment is one I use frequently. It is the Joy Honey Script die from Birch Press. I die cut it from two layers of white cardstock and once from red foil from the Polished Foil Paper pad. I attached the completed card front to a side-folding, A2 card base.

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Hope you enjoyed my card! And don't forget to hop along with the team for more inspiration. Until next time, happy crafting!

Tiffany Floral Signature copy

 

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Floral Thanks
Candice Crawford

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Hi there crafty friends, Candice here back on the blog with another Copic coloring card using the Memory Box All the Happiness Stamp and die set. This large 6x9 stamp set comes with two gorgeous floral blooms that are perfect for coloring. Each stamp has a coordinating die for you to cut out the flowers. 

Today I am using the larger floral from the stamp set to make another mini slimline card. I absolutely love Black and White. These are my two my favorite colors of the rainbow. Yes I know, Black is the absence of color and white is technically not a color, but I am a sucker for black and white anything. 

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To make this card, I began by stamping the floral image with my Gina K Almagam ink. This ink is black and bold and perfect for using with Copic Markers. 

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I colored the red petals of the flowers with R37,R35 and R32. I always start with the darkest marker first then move to my medium shade (i.e. R35) then finally blending everything with the lightest shade (i.e. R32). The leaves are colored with G29, G28, and G07 for the darker petals and the two lighter leaves are colored with YG06 and YG00. The centers of the flowers are colored with Y15 and Y13. 

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Coloring to me is very therapeutic. I will admit most of my cardmaking features heavily die cut cards, but at times, I do like to pull out my Copic markers to make a very colorful card. The background of the card was made with 1 inch black and white strips of cardstock that I adhered to my slim line card base with liquid adhesive. 

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I die cut the floral image with the coordinating die from the set and adhered it to the card with liquid adhesive. The sentiment comes from the Memory Box Joyful Moments stamp set that was stamped with Versamark ink and heat embossed with gold embossing powder. Then I embellished the card with my new favorite metallic pearls.

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I hope you have enjoyed today's card share and have found inspiration. Until next time crafty friends....Happy Crafting! 

Candice Floral Signature copy

 


 

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All the Happiness
Candice Crawford

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Hello there crafty friends! Hope you are all having a wonderful week. Today I am coming on the blog to share with you this beautiful floral card using products from our sister company, Memory Box. 

I am in need of a few thank you cards; so I decided to pull out this large 6x9 stamp set called All the Happiness from Memory Box to make a set of mini slim line cards. In addition to the floral stamp set, today's card, also uses the Memory Box Spring Plaid Slim sheets,  Stitched Rectangle Trimmings die set,  and the Joyful Moments stamp set for my sentiment. 

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Mini slim line cards are just as popular as the regular sized slim line cards. They measure 6.25 inches long by 7 inches wide and are scored at 3.5 inches. Mini slim line cards make great note cards and can easily fit a security business sized envelope.

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To begin, I stamped the floral image in Versamark ink onto a scrap pieces of white card stock and heat embossed it with Ranger Fine Detailed gold embossing powder. Next I took my Copic Markers and colored the floral image, then die cut the image using the coordinating die from the stamp set. 

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Next, I die cut the stitched rectangle from both a piece of white card stock and gold card stock. Since this die cuts a thin stitched frame. I paired the gold frame from the gold card stock with the inner piece of the frame cut from the white card stock. I sponged on some Tumbled Glass distress oxide ink onto the white panel, then stamped the sentiment from the Joyful Moments stamp set in Versafine Onyx ink. 

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Next, I trimmed the patterned paper to 6.25 inches x 3.5 inches and adhered it to my mini slim line card base with liquid adhesive. I then added the sentiment panel and the flowers to the card with 3M foam tape. Lastly I embellished the card with some gold metallic pearls from my stash. 

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 I hope you have enjoyed today's card project and found inspiration. I also hope that you will try making a slim line card for your next project. Until next time....Happy Crafting. 

Candice Floral Signature copy

 

 

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Just Keep Swimming
by Candice Crawford

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Hi there crafty friends, hope you all are enjoying your summer. Today I am on the blog sharing a cute summer theme card using the new wave 3D embossing folder from MemoryBox, the Whittle Fish Trio dies and sWhittle Sealife Sentiments stamp set from Poppystamps. 
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To begin you will need to color a 5.5 inch by 4.25 inch piece of white cardstock with Tumbled Glass, Prize Ribbon and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide inks. Be sure to blend the colors well with your Ink Blending tool.

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Next emboss the inked cardstock with the wave 3D embossing folder. Remember to use the correct sandwich of plates for your specific die cut machine when embossing with 3D embossing folders. 
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Now take a sanding block or a piece of fine grit sandpaper and sand off some of the ink from the raised embossed areas on the cardstock. The white portion of cardstock will appear and provide a nice highlight.  The waves become so defined with this technique. 

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Next, die cut the fish from the trio fish die 3 times from white cardstock. The trio fish can all be cut with one pass with your die cutting machine. Then colored each of your fish with your favorite color medium. I am using Copic Markers in Y17, G23, B32 and R83. 
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Then stamp the“Just Keep Swimming” sentiment from the Whitle Sealife Sentiments stamp set onto a white die cut circle with Versafine Onyx Black ink.  Adhere the colored fish onto the circle cardstock piece with liquid adhesive. 

Lastly die cut s stitched circle frame from grey cardstock using the  Poppystamps Double Stitch Cirle Frames die and adhere the circle frame to the white circle with some liquid adhesive. Then pop the entire circle die cut image onto the embossed wave background with foam tape. Adhere your card front to an  A2  size card base and you are done. 

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I hope you have ejoyed today's cardshare and tutorial. These Whittle dies and coordinating sentiments make quick and easy cards. Until next time. Happy Crafting. 

Candice Floral Signature copy

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Sunflower Bouquet
by Candice Crawford

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Hey there crafty friends, Candice here, back again on the blog to share another card using the Sunflower Wreath stamp set from Memory Box.  This stamp set is gorgeous and the individual flower images are so versitle. Today I am using the flower and leaf images from the set to make a gorgeous bouquet. 

I have paird this stamp set with the Poppystamps Jar Collection die set to create my bouquet. I used the middle die of this collection for my card today. I also used my B00 and B01 Copic markes to add some shading to the edges of the jar for the appearance of water. 

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For the sentiment I used the stamp "you are the sunshine in my life" on the jar element to create complete the look.  The card is also complimented with the double diamond lattice plate for a added texture. 

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With your Copic markers you will color the flower petals with Y21, your lightest shade first. Then use Y24 your darkest shade to color the shadow portions. Then blend both colors together using your mid-tone Y19.  For the center of the flower you will use E55 the lighter shade first, then E57 for the shadows and blend with the E55. 

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For the leaves I used YG95 as my lighter shade first, then the shadows were highlighted with YG99. To blend both colors, I used my YG95 marker. 

To assemble my card, I cut a 4.25 x 5.5 inch piece of yellow cardstock and adhered it to my A2 size white cardbase. Next I adhered the lattice background to the card with some liquid adhesive. To create the bouquet, I popped up the jar image with some 3M foam tape and adhered it to the card. Then with my liquid adhesive, I added the sunflower and leaves popping up one of the flowers with foam tape. 

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There you have it, a beautiful Sunflower Bouquet. I hope you are falling in love with this stamp set as much as I am and found some inspiration.  Thank you for tunning into the blog today.  Until next time...Happy Crafting! 

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Thank You Sunflower
by Candice Crawford

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Hey there crafty friends, Candice here on the blog sharing a cheerful sunflower card. If you have not checked out the Sunflower Wreath from Memory Box, you are in for a treat! 

I have to admit this stamp set has been in my collection for several months, but I pulled it out this weekend and made two stunning cards. Be sure to come back to the blog tomorrow to check out my second card using this same stamp set. 

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To make this card, you will need the Thank You Poe Script die set along with the Double Diamond Lattice plate and of course the Sunflower Wreath stamp set. First you will die cut the Lattice design from a piece of white cardstock. Be sure to remove all of the intricate pieces. The spellbinder tool in one is great removing the scraps from die cuts. 

Next die cut the Thank You sentiment 3 times from some scrap black cardstock and adhere the sentiments layers together with some liquid adhesive.  

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Now for the fun part. Stamp the single sunflower image and coordinating leaves onto some white cardstock using a Copic friendly ink. I am using my Gina K Amalgam ink and my Misti to get a crip black image. 

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With your Copic markers you will color the flower petals with Y21, your lightest shade first. Then use Y24 your darkest shade to color the shadow portions. Then blend both colors together using your mid-tone Y19. This color combination is stunning for sunflowers.  For the center of the flower you will use E55 the lighter shade first, then E57 for the shadows and blend with the E55. 

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For the leaves I used YG95 as my lighter shade first, then the shadows were highlighted with YG99. To blend both colors, I used my YG95 marker. 

To assemble the card, I used some liquid adhesive to adhere the diamond lattice background to a white A2 size cardbase. Then I added my leaves using liquid adhesive, followed by the sunflowers popping up two of them with some foam tape. Lastly I added the layered Thank You sentiment to the center of the card with liquid adhesive. 

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This card is stunning and came together pretty quickly. I hope you have enjoyed today's card tutorial and found inspiration. Check back again tomorrow for another card design using this adorable stamp set.  Happy Crafting! 

Candice Floral Signature copy

 

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