Wednesday, 21 August 2019

Sketch challenge for I.C.C #50 using New Wonders stamp set.

Hello!
 And welcome to this fortnights challenge for Inspire. Create. Challenges and this time we have a wonderful sketch to inspire you!
I chose to flip the sketch, well a large part of it anyway by making a landscape card instead of a portrait one. That's the great thing about sketches, just flip them to suit your needs. As long as the basic elements are there (for a challenge) then you're all good and if you are just creating for you, well as long as it helps you create then great!
OK, back to this card, I used the new "Host only" stamp set New Wonders to make this...
I stampd with tiny stars from Little Twinkle using Versamark on the new Soft Seafoam card for the background.
Topped with a Blends coloured fairy from the New Wonders stamps.
Pop in a sentiment and a few adhesive sequins that's it! A simple and fun card!
So, if you'd like to see what the rest of the DT have made head over to the ICC blog and that's where you can add your creations too ;-)
Thanks so much for looking today :-)
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Wednesday, 7 August 2019

Inspire. Create. Challenges - Colour Challenge #49

Hello!
ANd welcome to this fortnights ICC challenge. This fortnight we have a fun colour challenge for you...
 Now, you probably realise, especially if you visit here often, that these colours are not ones I would usually use, if I'm honest. Having said that I really enjoyed this challenge, and well, isn't that what a challenge is all about? Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone?
I was also dead chuffed with the card I ended up with using the Little Elephant stamps and punch combo...
 I started with a watercolour wash of Pool Party ink which came out really dark as I used the re-inker rather than just ink from the pad,
 Then I stamped the larger elephant in the three colours before punching them out and stacking them using dimensionals.
 I added a couple of card tags to the top and stapled some pool party twine over them before layering and adding a sentiment.
And that's it! What do you think? I really like it and so I am going to try using some of the colours I usually overlook a little more often now!
Head to the ICC blog to see what wonderful creations the rest of the DT have made and why not join in with us too?
Thanks for looking today :-)
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Wednesday, 24 July 2019

Ride with Me for Inspire. Create. Challenge #48

Hello!
And welcome to another Inspire. Create. Challenge.
This fortnight is the best and easiest challenge in the universe (IMO) as it's probably the most made card by anyone - Birthdays! Any birthday card or project will be eligible to entered (see all the guidelines HERE) and we'd love to see your creations!
I made this card using the new Ride with Me bundle for our grandsons birthday recently and well, it's just perfect for this challenge, see...
I die cut Jacksons name (three times) with the new Hand Written Prose dies and coloured the top layer with my Blends for an ombre look before layering the letters together for more impact.
 I coloured the truck and balloons with Blends too and added a little stamped star from the Little Twinkle stamp set, topping them with sequins, of course!
And that's that, all done. I hope you share your Birthday makes with us on the challenge blog and if you're looking for some inspiration please do head over to the ICC blog for tons of inspiration from the very clever DT :-)
Thanks so much for looking today,
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Stampin' Hugs,

Wednesday, 10 July 2019

Sketch Challenge using Bloom and Grow for Inspire. Create. Challenges

Hello!
And welcome to this weeks Inspire. Create Challenge post. Can you believe we are on challenge #47?!
This week we have this wonderfully versatile sketch to work with...
And I knew I wanted to make a stamped and coloured wreath with some of the gorgeous flowers from the Bloom and Grow bundle! What a great set this is, especially if you love colouring :-)
 Once I'd coloured the flowers this sentiment just seemed perfect for the image, especially as we are heading straight into wedding season, right?
I layered the floral image onto Purple Posy card then heat embossed the sentiment in gold onto vellum, wrapping it behind the main panel to hide the glue. Finishing with a few sequins.
I am seriously loving colouring with my Blends right now, possibly helped by treating myself to a few new colours recently ;-)
What are you going to make for this challenge? Head to the challenge blog to check out the inspiration from the rest of the DT. It's a really great sketch and we've all made very different cards...
  Thanks for looking today!
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Stampin' Hugs,

Friday, 5 July 2019

Friday Round Up with cardsandacuppa

Hello and welcome to the first weekly round up here!
Let's get sharing what I have made/shared this week :-) I've been colouring with my Blends pens, a lot.
TOP TIPS: Use Memento ink or any water based ink pad (for example Smoky Slate or Sahara Sand both work great for a more "no line" effect, more on that next week)
Use regular Whisper White (or Very Vanilla) card stock. I've found the ink much less likely to "bleed" with regular WW when using Blends.
If you have any questions please drop me a message at sarah-janerae at sky dot com
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This first card uses the Grandmas House stamp set. So cute and perfect with notecards.
 Then I made this one with the Bloom and Grow stamps and dies. Funny story, I forgot I had dies for these images and *some* of the cards you'll see next week might have been hand cut... lol.
Flirty Flamingo flowers with a Rococo Rose card base.
 This Free as a Bird card with laser cut paper was super popular on Instagram, gathering my most amount of likes ever!
 Then I made a card using the Good Morning Magnolia set in So Saffron stamped onto Vanilla card for a more vintage feel.
This cute note card uses some of the small sprigs from Bloom and Grow again. Sentiment is from the Botanical Bliss stamp set.
 And finally for this week I have a pair of butterfly cards which were the centre of  two "Floating Frame" makes we made recently. The outer creations can also be found on my social media pages :-)
So, that's all my shares for this week, I have added some links at the end of this post but not everything, so any questions please do ask :-)
I'll be sharing all this week on FB and Insta so if you'd like to follow me there and be the first to know then that'd be fab!
And I'll be back on here next Wednesday with my ICC card, 'till then, happy stamping :-)
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Stampin' Hugs,

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