Thursday, August 6, 2020

Back To School Blog Hop


Hello everyone,

It's another blog hop day!  I am so excited to share these projects with you.

Our blog hop theme is back to school.  Now, depending where you are, this maybe postponed or maybe on schedule with some different precautions that we will need to get used to, no matter what back to school looks like, these projects are perfect - in my humble opinion.  :)
 I made a card and 3-D project celebrating back to school.  I used the Harvest Hello stampset and the coordinating Apple Builder Punch.  Perfect for fall!


For my card, I also used the new Pattern Play stampset for my greeting AND for creating this patterned paper.  The colours I have used are Pumpkin Pie, Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla and Old Olive for the leaf.

My 3-D project - can you guess?  Perfect for 2020 including back to school?  Yep! hand sanitizer. 

To everyone returning to school, not matter what school looks like this year stay healthy and safe.

The cute holder is not my design.  It was created by Erica Cerwin.  Check out her YouTube tutorial here.

Be sure to hop on through all of the blogs to see all of the back to school projects.

Happy stampin'

Tammy





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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

The Creative Stampers August Cozy Critters Tutorial Bundle Blog Hop


Hello there,

So happy you stopped by today.  The Creative Stampers have decided to have a blog hop to share some alternative projects made using the products that are featured in this month's Creative Stampers Tutorial.   This month's theme is Cozy Critters!


As soon as I knew the theme was going to be critters, I knew I had to feature the Hippo Happiness Bundle!  I just LOVE these little critters AND the dies are to die for!  LOL.  It includes 25 dies with some amazing shapes to for many styles of card fronts.  

This card is somewhat of a fancy fold, where I cut the front of the card base in half and added the Scalloped, Stitched Rectangle from the stitched so sweetly dies.


Look how cute this hippo is.  It is a three step stamping and lining it up can be tricky, but using your Stamparatus is a helpful tool.

The shapes framing the cute little hippo are made using the dies from the Hippo Happiness Dies - love all the layers.  


Don't forget to stamp the inside of your card.  I think the balloons are such a nice touch.


Be sure you hop on through to to see an extra project made by each of our designers that you could make using the products in our tutorial this month!

Here is a sneak peek of my project.  Shhhh.




How do you get the tutorial?  You make a purchase of any amount and the demonstrator that you purchase through will send it to you.  

Happy Stampin'

Tammy




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Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Prized Peony



Hey there!

I wanted to share my very first card using the Peony Bundle.  It was for my mom's recent and special birthday!  

Hand Stamped Sentiments had a great sketch challenge this week, that I want to play along with.   Here is the sketch.


I turned the sketch and made my card horizontal, I also used a scalloped square instead of a circle. Here is my card.


 I LOVE how it turned out.  This is such a pretty set of dies. I love how they fit together and that small scalloped edge that comes with them.  Swoon.



The colours I used are Rococo Rose, Whisper White, Soft Sea Foam, Mint Macaron and a tiny bit of Daffodil Delight


I couldn't help but create a matching tag for my mom's gift - she always loves when I make her cards and tags, but all moms do.  Am I right?  It was a hit.  


Happy Stampin'

Tammy


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Saturday, July 11, 2020

Create your Own DSP

Hey everyone,

I wanted to share another card I have created using the challenge over at The Spot Creative Challenge and using the Celebrate Sunflowers bundle!  I just can't stop using it!



This is such a great challenge - I often forget to create DSP with stamps!  Not sure why, I love it when I do.


What do you think?  I love how it turned out.


The card base is Early Espresso as well as the ink I used to create the DSP.  The DSP layer was made with Crumb Cake cardstock. 


The sunflower is in Crushed Curry with the center in Early Espresso as well.
I used the large sunflower to create my DSP.  My greeting is from the Celebrate Sunflower stampset as well.

Happy Stampin'

Tammy


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Thursday, July 9, 2020

Blogging Friends Blog Hop

Hey there!

It is time for a blog hop.  I always love to see what my blogging friends have created.  The theme this month is Green with Envy.  We were asked to use our favourite green to create our project.  For me, I have many greens that I like, so I chose to use as many as possible.  

I also decided to CASE my self from my most recent post and use the new sunflower Dies - I love this bundle so much!


I started with the lovely green DSP Forever Greenery.  This DSP pack is so versatile and give us so many greens to choose from.  


I started with a Pretty Peacock cardbase, Whisper White layer, and the DSP layer.  The flower base is Soft Seafoam, the overlay is Pear Pizazz, the flower center is Gardent Green and finally the leave are in Pretty Peacock, Old Olive and Just Jade.  These Sunflower Dies would look beautiful in any colour. 


I used the Itty Bitty Greetings stampset to turn this into a birthday card.

Join the fun and use your favourite green to create a card.

Be sure to hop along through the hop to see what all my blogging friends have created in their favroutie green.  

Happy Stampin'

Tammy





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Monday, July 6, 2020

Celebrate Sunflowers - Vote for Me!

Hi there,

So happy you could join me today!  Today is Kylie's International Blog Highlights for July and I am shamelessly looking for votes.  LOL

The theme is Thank you.  And there is just so much to be thankful for, so I decided to join the fun!

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Here is the card that I created for the theme.


Do you have this bundle yet?  Honestly, it is super great and versatile.  I used only the die cuts, but, there are so many beautiful things you can create with this entire bundle.  The stampset is beautiful!


I used two different yellows: Daffodil Delight and Crushed Curry for the flower and two different greens for the leaves: Mossy Meadow and Old Olive.  My card base is Early Espresso.  


I just love this flower card.  Sunny and happy!  Please vote for me!  You can do that here.  

Happy stampin'

Tammy


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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

By the Dock


Hey there!

Are you ready for a couple of Sun Fun inspired cards?  How about two using the same products but just a little different and for different occasions?

I have tapped into the Global Design Projects challenge this week to share with you two cards that I made using By the Dock stampset and coordinating Dockside Dies.

Here are my two cards.  One is an easel style card.  Both use the same colours Night of Navy card base, Whisper White as a border and Balmy Blue for the scene background.  


I stamped all images in Whisper White and coloured them in with my Stampin' Blends!  My favourite colouring tool!  I used Crumb Cake, Soft Suede and Old Olive.  To this one, I added many cut out paddles on the card base to give it some dimension.  The greeting is from By the Dock Stampset and then I fussy cut around the edges. 



This one is a landscape layout using the same products, I just used two of the shore line stamp to make it go all the way along.


My greeting is from Word Wishes Dies - I just love these.  If you are a scrapbooker these are a must in your collection.  


This is my husband's father's day card, he is the hero to all three of our boys.  The inside is from A Wish for Everything.


This maybe the closest we get to the lake this year with COVID, but we are making the best of it.  

Happy stampin'

Tammy


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