Thursday, July 21, 2016

Stampin Friends Summer Fun Blog Hop




Welcome to the Stampin Friends July Blog Hop! This month's theme is "Summer Fun". If  you're following along the hop, you've arrived from Lynn Streifert spectacular blog.



For your convenience, I also have the "Next" button at the bottom of my post to continue to Steph Jandrow blog.

This month we have 3 awesome guest hoppers:




Cindy Waldroff


Let's get started....




For my 1st Summer Fun Project, I decided to use Stampin' Up!'s Fresh Fruit Stamp Set. This summer my family and I are into doing lots of "water with fruit" to help curtail this hot and humid weather here in Hawaii. We are having so much fun creating different fruit combos to add to our water that I thought that this would be been a perfect match for our theme.

Here are the dimensions for the cards:

Base layer - 4 1/4" x 11" (Fold in half)

1st layer - 4" x 5 1/4"

2nd layer - (Desiner Series Paper) 3 3/4" x 5"

3rd layer - 3' x 4"

4th layer - 2 7/8" x 3 7/8"


For my 2nd project, I decided to make a box to hold these set of cards.





Here is the cutting diagram for the Card Box:

Start with a piece of card stock measuring 8" x 11".

With the 8" side against on the top Score at 1/2", 1 1/4" and   7 1/4".

With the 11" against the top of your scoreboard, score at 3/4", 5 1/4", 6" and 10 1/2"

Note:

     ----- Cutting lines

     ___Scoring lines

       X   Remove










Hope you enjoyed this month's "Summer Fun" projects.


Don't forget to comment for a chance to win this awesome Giveaway!



Thank you so much for joing in and visitng my blog. Here's wishing you all a fabulous summer filled with much sunshine and happiness!

Don't forget to click "Next to follow along on the Blog Hop.




Blog Hop Participants:












12.  Siara Acdal  (You are here)










Saturday, June 25, 2016

Team Stamp It's Stampin' Up!'s New Catalog Blog Hop






Hi Stampers!

Welcome to Team Stamp It's New Catalog Blog Hop!  This month's hop is centered around Stampin' Up!'s new catalog. Have you seen it yet? I am absolutely in love with everything in that catalog. It just gets better and better every year!

For today's hop, I am sharing with you a set of cards I created using one of the coolest stamp sets in the new catalog called One Wild Ride.  The theme of this stamp set happens to coincide with one of my favorite pastimes......


Now, let's look a little closer at each card...





Isn't that wording just super cool!!






Making these set of cards was so much fun!!!  I hope you enjoyed them. Don't forget to leave a comment before you leave and let me know what you think. When you leave a comment, include #stampitcontest so that your name can be put into our drawing for a really cool kit.






Thank you for stopping by and enjoy the rest of the hop!









Here are the supplies:











Thursday, June 16, 2016

Stampin Friends No Rules June Blog Hop





Welcome to the Stampin Friends June Blog Hop!  This month's theme is "No Rules".  If you're already following along with our hop, you've arrived from  Angela's Carter's wonderful blog. 




Don't forget to to click the "Next" button at the bottom to continue on the hop with  Barbara Welch's awesome blog.


This month we have 3 awesome guest hoppers. Be sure to stop by their blogs and check out their awesome creations. Our guest hoppers for this month are:






Let's get started.....My first project is this multi layerd card using the "Colorings With Markers Technique":



Have you seen Stampin' Up!'s New Annual Catalog? I am absolutely in love with this stamp set called Artiscally Asian. In addition, the new In-Colors are just gorgeous. I couldn't resist so I ended making a whole set of cards with the Artiscalloy Asian Stamp Set with all the Newest In-Colors - Peekaboo Peach, Sweet Sugarplum, Emerald Envy, Dapper Denim and Flirty Flamingo.






To create the image all you need to do is grab your Stampin' Write Marker and color your image with the markers.... 





and before you stamp it onto your cardstock.....give it a quick "huff" like you would breathe onto a window ..... then stamp.






Card dimensions:

Base of Card - 4 1/4" x 11" Whisper White Score at 5 1/2"

Layer 1 - 4" x 5 1/4" Choice of In-Color

Layer 2 - 3 3/4" x 5" Whisper White

Layer 3 - 3 x 4 1/8" In-Color

Layer 4 - 2 3/4" x 3 7/8" Crumb Cake

Layer 5 - 2 5/8" x3 3/4" Whisper White



What do you think?.....Which is your favorite In-color? I tend to think Peekaboo Peach is my favorite.

For my project......What would go perfect for a set of cards?.....You guessed it!! A Card Holder:



This card holder can easily hold up to 10 of theses cards along with their envelopes. This is a really cute gift giving idea.

The card holder is simply made using a piece of 8 1/4" x 11 piece of cardstock.

Lay your cardstock on your Scoreboard long ways and score at 5 1/4" and 7". 




Then turn and score at 1 3/4" and 6 1/2:





The ++++++ is your cut lines.

Assemble your box. Once your box is assembled, make a cut diagonally on both sides of your box to add a pretty touch.







Then you can decorate the front panel of your box. For my example above, I wanted it to match my cards so I used the same stamp set and colors. 

I really hope you liked my projects and would love to hear what you think. Don't forget we do have our prize giveaway this month so don't forget to use #SFJuneHop in your comment so you can be entered into our drawing. Make sure to comment on everybodys blog in order to increase your chances. 





Don't forget to click the "Next" button to head on over to Barbara Welch's blog.






List of Hoppers:

1.  Elizabeth Jeanne

2.  Christine Pennington

3.  Kirsteen Gill

4.  Steph Jandrow

5.  Kathie Rotti

6.  Lynn Streifert

7.  Melissa Thomas

8.  Carolina Evans

9. Angela Carter

10. Siara Acdal (You Are Here)

11. Barbara Welch

12. Kim Smith

13. Stacey Lane



Supply list to create these projects:









Thursday, May 19, 2016

Stampin Friends Sympathy/Get Well Blog Hop






Welcome to the Stampin Friends Sympathy/Get Well Blog Hop!  If you are following along on the hop, you have arrived from Christine's blog and Thank You for stopping by and continue through the hop! We have a prize giveaway too!! Be sure to keep reading to get the scoops on our giveaway. 




Make sure to click the Next button at the end of my post to continue to Deana's blog.

This month we have 3 awesome guest hoppers that you got to check out!!!






Now, let's get started. For this month I chose to stay with the "Get Well" theme. I chose to use Stampin' Up!'s Birthday Blooms Stamp set and the Birthday Bouquet designer series paper. Ha! Ha! Yes, it is a birthday themed stamp set and paper series, but I thought that it was very versatile and voila! 




My first project is the "Get Well" card.  I love the color combination of the desinger series paper. It's so soft and subtle.


The Pool Party Glitter Ribbon really adds a nice touch to the card. For the image, I first stamped it on Whisper White card stock using Black Memento Ink. Then, I re-inked and stamped the image onto Blushing Bride card stock. The flowers are then hand cut and adhered to to the card using Stampin' Dimensionals to add a 3-D effect.

For my second project, I created a matching Mini Tissue Holder using Mint Macaron card stock and the same designer series paper from the Birthday Bouquet Designer Series Paper.






To Make the Tissue Holder:

1.  Cut a piece of card stock at 8" X 7 1/2".

2.  With the 8" side laying on the top edge of your Scoreboard, score at 1/2", 1 3/4", 6 1/4" and 7 1/2"





3.  Rotate and score at 2 1/4", 3 1/2", 5 3/4" and 7".





4.  Leaving the paper in this position, cut up to second score line. Do the same to the other side.  Remove the sections as pictured below. Note the diagonal cuts on the tabs as pictured.





5.  Now you are ready to decorate your holder. You will need 2 pieces of 4 1/4" X 2" Designer Series Paper for the top and the bottom of your holder. 2 pieces of 4 1/4" X 1" Designer Series Paper for the sides and 2 pieces of 2" x 1" Designer Series Paper for the side tabs. Adhere the cut designer series paper to the cut card stock. For the kleenex opening I used the thinlit from the Rose Garden Thinlit set. Once I adhered the designer series paper to the card stock, I positioned the thinlit where I wanted it to be and ran it through the Big Shot.

6.  Assemble your box and there you have it.

Hope you enjoyed my projects for the Hop.

Don't forget to comment for a chance to win this awesome giveaway!!!

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Click "Next" to follow along on the blog hop and head on over to Deana's  blog.




Blog Hop Participants:
















Here are the list of supplies I used for these projects:

















Saturday, May 7, 2016

Team Stamp It Father's Day Blog Hop




Hi Stampers!

Welcome to Team Stamp It's Father Day Blog Hop. I am so happy that you could join us for this month's blog hop. This month's hop is geared around Father's Day and our group has created some cool Father's Day projects.

For this month's project, I decided to get my finger's "inky" and use sponges and ink. Here is my project for this months hop:





For the background, I sponged using Delightful Dijon, Crumb Cake, Tangelo Twist, Chocolate Chip, and Cherry Cobler. The image is stamped using Tuxedo Black Memento Ink. I wanted to add some texture to the card so I decided to emboss the Crumb Cake card stock using the Woodgrain Embossing Folder.

Hope you enjoyed my share, Please leave me a comment letting me know what you think and use #stampitcontest so that you can be entered into our drawing. Thank you for stopping by and be sure to visit everyone elses blogs.


Prize Give Away!!!!.......













Here is the list of supplies: