53 posts categorized "Tiffany Pryce"

Merry Christmas Flurry
by Tiffany Pryce


Hey friends! Tiffany here with a new card design to share. It's time to kick my holiday cardmaking into high gear, so I'm sharing more holiday inspiration with you. I saw a sketch challenge recently using snowflakes and several layers, and I was immediately inspired. I love snowflakes so I had to create a design based on the sketch. I will link it here in case you want to see the original inspiration and create your own design. This card was pretty easy to create so let's dive into the details.



I love the gorgeous paper in the Glitzy Glitter pad so I chose a pretty dark blue as the background and trimmed it to 5 x 3.75 inches. I die cut several snowflakes from the Adelaide Snowflakes and Diamond Snowflake dies. I also trimmed several layers from aqua, light aqua, and matte silver cardstock. The aqua cardstock is from the Fresh Aqua paper pad and the silver cardstock is from the Rainbow Reflections Mirror paper pad.


I adhered all of the cardstock layers and the snowflakes down with liquid glue to mirror the sketch. It takes a bit longer for the glue to dry on the glitter cardstock, so I used a stamping block on top while everything dried.

While the snowflakes were drying, I die cut my sentiment. I die cut the Proper Merry Christmas sentiment from white cardstock and from dark blue cardstock from the Ocean Blue paper pad. I popped out the letters on the dark blue die cut and adhered just the outer layer. I then adhered the sentiment with foam tape on the card front. To embellish the card, I added a few Fairy Jewels to the center of the snowflakes.


Hope you enjoyed this snowflake card! See you next time.Tiffany Floral Signature copy




Herd Birthday
Tiffany Pryce


Hey friends! Tiffany here. I thought I'd make a departure from holiday cards and use the Whittle Forest Reindeer kit to create a winter-themed birthday card. Have you checked out this adorable kit yet? The little deer and evergreen trees can create the cutest scene cards. The kit comes with several dies and a coordinating sentiment stamp set so there are a lot of card design possibilities. Let's get into the details of how to create this card!

First, create a mini slimline card base measuring 6.25 x 3.25 inches from white card stock. Trim a panel of patterned paper from the Jolly Christmas paper pad to 2.75 x 5.75 inches. Matte the panel with a piece of dark red cardstock from the Berry Red paper pad.


Next, with scissors trim two snowbanks from white cardstock. On the lowest snowbank, stamp a sentiment with black ink. Lightly ink blend the tops of the snowbanks with mint ink. Adhere the snowbanks in place with liquid glue and foam tape.

Die cut the pieces of the card - the trees and one deer. The trees were die cut from cardstock from the Vintage Pastel Mirror paper pad. And the deer was die cut from the Earth Neutral paper pad. The deer's hat was cut from the opposite of the patterned paper and the antlers were die cut from white cardstock and colored with brown dye ink. I added some shading to the deer with ink and cheeks with a copic marker.


Adhere the trees to the card front and add Fairy Sugar glitter glue in Mint Frost to the tops of the snowbanks.


Hope you liked the card! I think this would make a great masculine or gender neutral birthday card. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.


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Holiday Wreath
by Tiffany Pryce

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Hey Poppystamps friends! Tiffany here with more holiday inspiration for you. Today, I'm featuring items from the newest release for an easy Christmas card. There aren't many steps, so let's dive in!

First, I hot foiled a piece of Hammermill cardstock with the Leaf and Tendril Hot Foil Plate. I used silver glimmer hot foil. The smoother the paper, the better for hot foiling and the Hammermill cardstock worked perfectly. I trimmed this panel down to 5 x 3.75 inches, added a few layers of scrap cardstock for dimension, and added it to an A2 card base. 

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Next, I die cut the Pine Needle Shoots many, many times from two shades of green cardstock. I also die cut the berries from the Layered Holly Leaf Trio from pink cardstock. This step took the longest as it took several layers of the largest to mid size pine needles to fill this large wreath. After all of the die cutting, I arranged my wreath by interlocking the pine needles into a circle shape. Arranging the pine needles also took a little fiddling. Once the arrangement was finished, I used Press'N'Seal to pick up the entire wreath, add glue to the back, and adhere to the card front. To embellish the wreath, I added glitter brush marker to each berry and white pen detail around the wreath to mimic a little snow.

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Lastly, I worked on the sentiment. I die cut the Joy Freestyle Script from vellum and silver foil cardstock. I added the sentiment mid-wreath with liquid glue. I hope you enjoyed this card and are inspired to try something similar. Have a great weekend!

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Winter Wishes: Two Cards
by Tiffany Pryce

Hey friends and welcome back to the blog! Tiffany here, and I'm sharing two cards today. Both cards are an ode to winter and can be used for holiday cards or generic winter well wishes. If you're like me, you're still working on your holiday card stash. I'm looking for designs that are easy to make, but still impactful and pretty. Using the new Poppystamps holiday release fits the bill! If you haven't seen the gorgeous new products, head over to the shop after reading. Hopefully I can inspire you with these easy to make card designs.



Start with a panel of smooth white cardstock trimmed to 5.25 x 4 inches. Ink blend three blues around the edges of the panel leaving a sort of highlight area for to bring the focal to the bears. Splatter the panel with clean water, diluted blue dye ink, and liquid glitter. Lastly, I used a white paint pen to dot around the panel.


Next, die cut snowflakes using the Snowflake Flurry Collage die. Keep the whole snowflakes for use on the inside of the card. Back the panel with a piece of glitter cardstock from the Glitzy Glitter paper pad. Adhere to an A2 card base.


Die cut the adorable polar bears from the Whittle Polar Bears die. Die cut them a few times for dimension. The top layer uses matte white cardstock from the Polished Foil paper pad.


Inside the card, stamp a sentiment from Wintertime Sentiments stamp set. Around it, adhere the snowflakes you saved.



CARD 2: 


My second card is another sentiment-less winter card. Don't you love the warm and cozy vibes of the holidays?! The new Whittle Cocoa with Whip is perfect!


First, I adhered patterned paper from the Christmas Jolly paper pack to an A2 card base. I love the traditional colors with the twist of mint. Next, I die cut the Whittle Cocoa with Whip a couple times so it had dimension. I die cut the whip from white cardstock and lightly ink blended some brown ink on the side. I added liquid glitter on top. The cup was from red cardstock and again, I ink blended brown ink to add shading. Brown ink on red cardstock makes a deeper shade of red versus using a dark red ink. I also die cut two layers of the Snowflake Loop and adhered them together. I used the snowflake to die cut layers from white and gold cardstock.


I adhered all of the components together on the card front.


Inside the card, I used the negative piece of paper that I cut the individual snowflake from to create my own stencil. I ink blended several mint colored snowflakes. The sentiment is stamped from the Wintertime Sentiments stamp set.


Hope you enjoyed these cards and I'll see you next time. Happy Sunday!

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Moon Cat
by Tiffany Pryce


Welcome back to the blog! Tiffany here with some inspiration to share for our current challenge for the month - Anything Goes! This challenge theme is perfect because you can make anything you want - go wild! Since I love Halloween and I love all things autumn, I decided to use another new die from the latest release to make a Halloween card. 

I used an alcohol ink background that I had in my stash to create this quick card. When I created the background, I used a variety of blue, purple, and metallic alcohol inks. I dropped small amounts of color repeatedly around the panel and blended with alcohol blending solution and added texture with isopropyl alcohol. I really like using a fan brush to splatter isopropyl alcohol because it gives a nice distribution of splatter. I didn't have any black ink, so I decided to take my 100 copic marker (black) to scribble on the edges. It works exactly like a liquid alcohol ink. I spread the black ink with more isopropyl alcohol to darken the edges. I think it looks like an abstract night sky or maybe a galaxy.



Once the panel was dry, I die cut the Cat Collage die from the top center. The die cuts out the moon part, but leaves the cat. I wanted the cat to be a different color so from a piece of glitter paper, I die cut the Cat Collage again. I carefully snipped the cat out (this was very easy to do) and adhered it in place. I love the sparkle against the alcohol ink. Behind the panel, I adhered a piece of matte silver cardstock from the Reflections Mirror paper pad to be the moon. Finally, I matted the entire card front with a piece of black cardstock to "ground" the piece a bit more.


I debated adding a sentiment several times, but in the end, I decided to leave a sentiment off. I almost never create cards without a sentiment on the front, but hey anything goes right?! What do you think? Would you have added a sentiment on the front?

Hope you enjoyed the card and are inspired to join us for the challenge. See all the rules and how to enter on the Poppystamps blog. Until next time, happy crafting!


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PSC#96 Anything Goes!

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Welcome to the Poppystamps Challenge! We're so happy you've stopped by, and we sure hope you'll join us! On the first of the month, we announce a new Poppystamps Challenge with a central theme. The design team will provide samples for inspiration, and you can play along through the end of the month for your chance to win.

The winner of our blog badge for the Poppystamps Challenge Challenge #95 Word Art is Greta H.

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The lucky winner of the draw (chosen by random number generator) for the monthly prize is Rosemary D.

Please contact me (Jeanne) at poppychallenge@gmail.com to claim your prize.

Want to play? 

The rules are simple - just create a project following the theme, use at least one Poppystamps image or die, and link it up here. The design we love best will receive our winner badge to proudly display on their blog, and one lucky random winner will receive a prize. You don't have to have a blog to play.  You can link to any online gallery. In fairness to other players, we reserve the right to remove entries that do not use at least one Poppystamps image. We ask that you link a maximum of  3 entries to each challenge. You are welcome to link your design to other challenges. Grab our badge to post on your blog post or sidebar!


PSC#96 Anything Goes!  This time there's  absolutely no excuse not to play!  The challenge this time is anything goes!  So whether you've got the upcoming holidays on your mind, want to try a new technique, or just feeling a little crafty, we'd love to see what you're up to!  The challenge is not limited to cards - we'd love to see your page layouts, home decor, tags, and mixed media.   It's your choice, just be sure to use at least one Poppystamps image (stamp or die) on your project! 

Need a little inspiration?  Here are some samples from our design team.  Want a closer look?   No worries.. we'll be featuring these projects on Wednesdays throughout the month, so you can see how each project was created.

Meet our September guest Amy Tsuruta who was selected by Jeanne!  If you love crafting and you love coffee, chances are you'll know Amy because she's the host of the Coffee Lover's Blog Hop! Amy's whimsical style and clean designs are always sure to bring a smile!  We know you'll love her style!

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Amy Tsuruta

Blog:  Tsuruta Designs

Instagram:  @craftee1

I'm an avid crafter that loves all things cute + caffeinated. My style is primarily clean + simple.  The Whittle collection was calling my name, who can resist a pun?  I can't wait to see how you're inspired by this month's challenge!

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Now it's your turn! Need a little more motivation? How about a prize? The winner (chosen at random) of this challenge will receive a $20 Gift Certificate to spend on their favorites from the store!

You have until 12 am US EST on September 28 to link up your design here! We'll start a new challenge and announce the winners on September 1!!    

Thanks for joining us! We can't wait to see what you make!