DT Project for TupeloDesignsLLC -- 3 cards with Concord & 9th Products

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Happy Saturday friends. Do you have any big plans this weekend? I'm taking my daughter shopping today so I'll be busy with that. I do appreciate you taking time out of your day to come see what I've been up to.

For today's post, I'm back with another project as a guest designer for TupeloDesignsLLC and today, I have 3 cards to share with you using some fabulous products from Concord & 9th. I just love their stamps and dies and am so happy for the success they've found in their first year of business. 

For my first card, I started by taking one of the images from the Lots of Blots set and I stamped it repeatedly on my card front using several inks from Altenew's Cool Summer Night blue collection.

I added a bit of stitching detail with a die from my stash, added some sequins and then popped the whole panel up with some foam tape.

For my second card, I used the gorgeous Happy Day set and I heat embossed it in gold. I did this over a panel from the Happy Hues Card/Envelope pack, also from Concord & 9th. You get 20 of these pre-printed water colored cards plus 20 envelopes in a set. But if you want to stretch these even further, you can cut them in half and then have twice as many card panels. This is what I plan on doing for mine. 

Other than popping the panel up on foam tape, the embossing of this gorgeous cake image is all I did on this card.

For my last card, I used another color of the cards from the Happy Hues Card/Envelope pack and stamped the sentiment which is from the beautiful Brushed Blossom set. I then die cut the image from the Blossom die and added it to my card. Again, I added some dimension to my card with foam tape.

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Note:  Some products were provided by TupeloDesignsLLC; however, all opinions are my own

CFC #155

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Happy Friday friends. It's time for another challenge at CAS-ual Fridays. This time, we have a fun color challenge -- black and white with a pop of color -- your choice.  For my card, I decided to use gold as my extra color.

I die cut the Friend die two times, once out of black and once out of white card stock. The small sentiment is from a retired set by CAS-ual Fridays.   I decided to add my front panels on at different angles.

Here's the challenge graphic. And remember that one winner will be chosen to win a $25 gift certificate to CAS-ual Friday Stamps and if that winner has used CAS-ual Fridays Stamps and/or dies predominantly in the winning entry, the gift certificate increases to a whopping $50!!

Here are links to my teammates blogs. I'm sure they would love it if you paid them a visit.  And a big thank you to each of you for your visit to my blog -- means the world.

Channin -- Claire --  Ilina -- Kim -- Lisa -- Wei Wei

Happy Birthday for Clearly Whimsy Stamps

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Happy Wednesday friends. My card today features fun products from Clearly Whimsy Stamps. I started by stamping lots of the images from the Circles, Circles, Circles stamp set in gold ink. I then stamped the sentiment from the Sweetest Birthday stamp set in black ink. I added several sparkling clear sequins and mounted my card panel on fun foam for dimension.

And there you have it -- another birthday card for my stash. Thanks for your visit. Crafty hugs!

Here's a close up of the products I used today from Clearly Whimsy Stamps.

DT Project for TupeloDesignsLLC -- Pineapple Love

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

 Welcome friends -- I hope your week is off to a fabulous start. I'm back today with TupeloDesignsLLC and I have two cards to share with you using the ever so fabulous Color Layering Pineapple set from Hero Arts.

Before we get to the cards, just a reminder that TupeloDesignsLLC offers FREE shipping in the US with no minimum order required.

For my first card, I used the set and stamped my pineapple repeatedly over my card front. I love that there are different options for both the body of the pineapple as well as the top green part.

When my stamping was done, I heat embossed the sentiment which also is in the stamp set and added it to my card.

For my second card, I just stamped one of the pineapples and this time, used the coordinating dies to cut it out. I added it to a background I had stamped with a wood grain background image and then I also added some of the flowers that can be found in the Color Layering Pineapple set. The sentiment on this card can also be found in the stamp set.  The pineapple and card front are both popped up with foam tape for just a bit of dimension. 

I'm so happy you decided to visit today. And if you leave a comment, an extra thank you!

Find direct links to products I used available at TupeloDesignsLLC below.
Note:  Some products were provided by TupeloDesignsLLC; however, all opinions are my own

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