Monday, May 30, 2011
Rubber Stamp art created with the Hibiscus flower and the Beloved collage image from I BRAKE FOR STAMPS
Images stamped with Memento Tuxedo black ink on white cardstock and colored with Copic Sketch markers. The images are layered on two Cuttlebug dry embossed layers in shades of blue and navy. The Apricot card base is Bazzill cardstock and the apricot ribbon is from Hero Arts.
Happy Memorial Day, everyone! I hope you are all having a wonderful and relaxing day with your families.
Today I am sharing this fun roller-skating girl from I Brake for Stamps. This Skating Brittney is from the Sarah's Girls sheet, and I colored her with Copic markers. The funky background is the Mono Dies technique from Technique Junkies, and I thought it was a fun and hip card base for this sweet girl.
Stamps: Skating Brittney from the Sarah's Girls sheet
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento
CS: Turquoise, White, Yellow
Other: Copic markers, star punch, turquoise rhinestones
TJ Technique: Mono Dies
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Rubber stamp art created with I BRAKE FOR STAMPS "Large Daisy" image. Image stamped with Mementos brown dye ink and colored with Copic Sketch Markers. Background of Patterned SB paper and Russet CS from Magenta. The embellishments include 2 gel brads and a wooden butterfly accented with rounds from Hero Arts.
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Rubber stamp art created with "Belle Jardin Rose Collage" from I BRAKE FOR STAMPS. The image is stamped with India Black Ink and colored with Copic Sketch Markers. The stamped art piece has been set against a background created with Dee Grunig/Posh Impressions' Rainbow Inks sponged on glossy white cardstock. Embellishments include pink pearls and a variety of ribbons from Martha Stewart. Card base is black cardstock.
For my project today I created a birthday pocket card packed full of fun for that special birthday girl/boy. It is complete with stamped images and crayons for the birthday girl/boy to enjoy!
Friday, May 27, 2011
Today I have a clean and simple birthday card to share with you using the Birthday Bear Stamp by Rick St. Dennis.
Rubber stamp art created with Rose Collage image from I BRAKE FOR STAMPS.The image is stamped with Black India Ink and painted with Watercolors. The background is a 5x7 canvas that I have texturized with gesso and painted with Apricot Pearlescent shimmer paint. The scalloped cardstock borders are from Bazzill. I have embellished with a shimmering black and gold butterfly.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
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Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Rubber Stamp Art created with the beautiful Eiffel Rose Collage from I BRAKE FOR STAMPS.I stamped the image with Tuxedo Black Memento ink on white cardstock. The image was colored with Copic Sketch Markers and affixed to a dry embossed, Cuttlebug, background. The gold gilted blue embellishment is from K&Company. The base card blue cardstock is from Bazzill.
Hi y'all! It's Holly posting tonight. Our family is gearing up for the big birthday bash where we celebrate two or three months of birthdays all at once, and this card is going to come in handy. I used this sweet Birthday Girl Quinn from the Sarah's Girls sheet at I Brake for Stamps to make this funky shaped card.
I colored the girl with Copic markers and paper pieced the balloon, and then I cut it out using the Out of the Box Nesties technique from Technique Junkies' Emboss or Die CD. For the card base itself, I went with a funky shape. I used a Grand Labels 4 Nestability to die cut the olive cardstock, and then I folded it in half to make the card base. Then I used the next smaller sized die and cut the designer paper and layered it onto the olive base. I added some strips to the left side and added the birthday girl to the center.
Have a wonderful evening!
Stamps: Birthday Girl Quinn from the Sarah's Girls sheet (I Brake for Stamps - use code SAVE10HOLLY to save 10% off your order)
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento
CS: White, Olive, Razzleberry, Cottage Wall dp
Other: Copic markers, oval dies, dotted scallop edge punch, Grand Labels 4 dies
TJ Technique: Paper Piecing, Out of the Box Nesties
Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope that my layout inspired you to scrap today!
Monday, May 23, 2011
Sunday, May 22, 2011
Saturday, May 21, 2011
Rubber Stamp Art created with the beautiful "BIRD HAT LADY COLLAGE" from I BRAKE FOR STAMPS. The image was stamped with Tuxedo Black Mementos dye ink and colored with Copic Sketch Markers. The hat flowers are accented with Stickles. The background layout was created with cardstock from Basic Grey. I created my own flower using patterned paper die cuts and used Stickles for the center. The card is embellished with two purple gel circles.
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Have you seen the new releases over at I Brake for Stamps? Della released THREE new sets of stamps - wow! I had the pleasure of working with the Sarah's Girls set, and this cutie is called Dress Up Anna.
I used the White on White technique from Technique Junkies - it just seemed like the perfect technique to go with the sweet strand of pearls that this little girl is "borrowing" from her mommy. Hee hee hee! Don't you remember trying on your mother's shoes and clomping around the house in them?
I colored Dress Up Anna with Copic markers, and then I added in the tiny pearls one at a time to match up with the stamped pearl necklace. I added larger pearls to each of the four corners of the card.
Go check out the new releases on I Brake for Stamps. I'm drooling over the other two sets, and I want them in my hot little hands now. :-) Happy Shopping!!
Stamps: Dress Up Anna from Sarah's Girls set (I Brake for Stamps)
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento
Other: Copic markers, pearls, oval dies, photo corner punch
TJ Technique: White on White
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Rubber Stamp Art created with the "Smitten" collage image from I BRAKE FOR STAMPS. It is stamped with Memento inks on white cardstock and colored with Copic Sketch markers. It has been placed over a neutral-toned dry embossed cardstock. The Lattice base in beige and moss tones has been cut with my Cricut. The beautiful pink rose is also from I Brake for Stamps.
I used the Boy Thing stamp on the cover of the mini album as my title.
I used the Numbers Background stamp on the cream page below as well as on the back cover. It worked perfectly with the theme of this album.
I cut images from the collection to use as embellishments as well as some stickers.
I hope you enjoyed my project today. For more photos and details, please visit my blog Emora Designs.
Thank you for stopping by!
Monday, May 16, 2011
I've also used Wild Orchid Crafts Flower Blooms that I've layered together. The trim, paper (Poteeka Souffle by the Paper Studio), and Prima pearls are from a big box store. I colored in the image using my Letraset Promarkers and cut the layers out using my Nesties.
Sunday, May 15, 2011
Isn't that cute??? Hehehehe! To start, I stamped this adorable Beach Bear image from I Brake for Stamps onto some Cryogen White cardstock from Paper Temptress. After I colored it with Copic markers, I used the Copic Texturizing technique from Technique Junkies and then I cut it out. I cut some of the leftover pieces of the same Cryogen White cardstock with a ric rac die and colored them with a red Copic marker. You can see how shimmery the bear and the red ric rac are in this picture below:
Isn't that neat? It looks like the bear has been in the water and the sun is reflecting off the water droplets. :-)
Here's hoping you have a wonderful week!
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Rubber Stamp art with the "Love Collage" image from I BRAKE FOR STAMPS. I have selected an aqua-toned patterned cardstock background from Basic Grey. The beautiful image is stamped on white cardstock and colored with Copic markers. I have framed it with the "single button row" dry embossed envelope from Cuttlebug in a teal tone. The teal frame has been embellished with turquoise gemstones. I have assembled a flower and used more gemstones for the center.
Monday, May 9, 2011
Della is generously sponsoring my giveaway!!
She is offering a $25 gift certificate to I Brake For Stamps to the winner! WOOHOO!!
I will also put some kind of gift together so that I can draw two winners!
Please visit my blog Emora Designs or my YouTube channel to watch the video and find out how to enter!
Thank you so much for your support!
Sunday, May 8, 2011
And you can find this beautiful image at the I Brake for Stamps store HERE
Saturday, May 7, 2011
Rubber Stamp Art created with the "BELOVED CARNATION COLLAGE" stamp from I BRAKE FOR STAMPS.
I stamped the image with Tuxedo Black Memento ink, on white cardstock, and colored the image with Copic Markers. The image was based with a Cuttlebug dry embossed layer of cardstock. The Dotted based layer is cardstock from Basic Grey. Embellishment medallions and pearls are from Martha Stewart.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
I have stamped this bird and cherry blossom collage image with Tuxedo Black Memento ink on white cardstock. Coloring was completed with Copic markers and image was layered on a Cuttlebug dry embossed 'music' background, placed atop a music patterned collage sheet. I have created the flower from rubber stamped patterned and glittered SB papers. The gold glittered embellishment was created using Tim Holtz/Ranger grungeboard.
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Happy May!!?? It's snowing here in Wisconsin so, I can only half heartedly offer that greeting ;) But, I do lovey these butterflies who make me feel all springy on the inside!
My card features a technique from the Technique Junkie Newsletter called Graduated Color (Feb 2011) AND this image. It's an image I use frequently because it is so versatile--have you used it for something fun? Head over to the Brakefast Club and share!
Monday, May 2, 2011
Happy Monday, everyone! It is a cold, gray, drizzly day here, so how about a sweet little clown bear to put a smile on our faces? This adorable Clown Bear from I Brake for Stamps is colored with Copic markers, and then I added some fun little pom poms to his hat and his shirt. The little stars are actually Faux Chipboard - a fun technique from Technique Junkies. The last thing I did was go over the confetti with a yellow glitter pen - you can't really see the shimmer but it's there. :-)
Stamps: Clown Bear from I Brake for Stamps
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento
CS: Kraft, Olive, White, Walk in the Park (Echo Park)
Other: buttons, linen thread, yellow glitter pen, pom poms
Technique: Faux Chipboard from Technique Junkies