Love Bugs-Valentine Cards

Hi everyone! I hope you are doing well. I have some fun cute Valentine cards today. I used Reverese Confetti Love Bugs Stamp set. Along with other supplies I will have listed down below.

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Aren’t these bugs cute? I adore them. They are from the Love Bugs Stamp Set by Reverse Confetti. I made these cards for my kids for Valentine’s Day. I think these bugs can be used all year round, they are so cute. I first started out stamping them out with Versafine Clair Nocturne ink and heat embossing them with Hero Arts Clear embossing powder onto Arteza Cold Press 110lb Paper. I used my Misti to help me get a good impression since this paper is not smooth. I colored them in with my Arteza Real Brush Pens and a Water Pen. I really like how they turned out. I cut them all out with the coordinating dies.

I used Doodlebug Lots Of Love Pattern Paper and a rectangle die to cut my paper out. I also used this fun Large Circle of hearts die that I cut out with white cardstock. I cut 2 out and ink blended a piece of white cardstock with Catherine Pooler inks and some large Blending Brushes. I used the heart die from the set and cut all my necessary hearts using my ink blended cardstock, to place on the circle die. I did a 2 color combo to match my bugs.

I glued my panels to my card bases and added my circle die-cuts. My sentiments are stamped with red flame ink on the circle die-cuts from the circle die. I added those die-cuts with foam tape. Some bugs are glued with liquid glue and some with foam tape.

Lastly, I added some Doodlebug Heart Sprinkles to my cards. I hope you like my cards and enjoyed my video. They were a lot of fun to make and I’m sure my kids will love them.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies:

Reverse Confetti Love Bugs Stamp

Reverse Confetti Love Bugs Confetti Cuts

Reverse Confetti Confetti Cuts Large Circle Of Hearts Die

Spellbinders Essentials Rectangle Dies

Catherine Pooler Flame ink

Catherine Pooler Martini ink

Catherine Pooler Cummerbund ink

Versafine Clair Nocturne ink

Doodlebug Lots Of Love Pattern Paper Pack 6×6

Arteza Water Brush Pen

Arteza Real Brush Pens

Doodlebug Heart Sprinkles

Neenah Solar White 110lb

Wagner Heat Tool

Hero Arts Clear Embossing Powder

Arteza Cold Press 110 lb.

Misti Stamping Tool

Bearly Art Glue

Spellbinders Limited Edition Platinum Six

Taylored Expressions Anti Static Powder Tool

Blending Brushes (TE)

Simon Says Stamp Blending Brushes

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Birthday Card-Why Limit Happy

Hello my friends! I hope you are doing well. I have a Birthday card today. I just love Stampingbella Rubber Stamps, don’t you? Today is my MIL’s Birthday and I always make her a cute girly card. I will tell you all about it and have the products listed down below.

Isn’t it a cute card? I hope my MIL likes it. I used the Curvy Girl Collection-Curvy Girl With A Cocktail. I stamped her onto Canson watercolor Paper using my Mist stamping Tool and Heat embossed her using Versafine Clair Nocturne ink and Hero Arts Clear Embossing Powder.

I then colored her in with my Tombow Dual Brush Markers. I would just lay down some color and then used a wet paintbrush to spread the color. When I was happy with my results, I used a Tombow marker to make a background wash. When it was dry I stamped and heat embossed the sentiment. Such a cute sentiment.

I cut my panel down and then used a Pinkfresh Studio A2 die set to cut my panel out. I then used the bigger A2 rectangle die to cut out some Birthday Pattern paper for layering. I glued my panels together using liquid glue and glued them to a white A2 card Base. Lastly, I added some stickles to the margarita drink and leaves in her hair. That finishes my card. I hope you like it. I had a lot of fun coloring her like my MIL. I will be back soon with another card project!

Supplies:

Stampingbella Curvy Girl With A Cocktail Stamp

Misti Stamping Tool

Tombow Dual Brush Markers

Canson Watercolor Paper 140lb.

Neenah 110lb Cardstock

Versafine Clair Nocturne ink

Hero Arts Clear Embossing Powder

Wagner Heat Tool

Bearly Art Glue

Stickles Lime Green

Catherine Pooler Cupcakes and Candles 6×6 Paper Pack

Pinkfresh Studio Diagonal Stitched Rectangle Dies

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Hot Cocoa

Hello everyone! Okay I’m back again! I forgot I made this card and well I might as well link it up to the 2021 Fall Winter Coffee Lover Hop. I hope you are doing well.

I used Graciellie Designs Coffee With A Heart and Christmas All Around Background Stamps for this card. I first stamped and heat embossed the heart Coffee on Fabriano 140lb. cardstock with Black dye ink and clear embossing powder. I then masked the coffee with masking paper and stamped and heat embossed the background stamp using red ink and clear embossing powder. I stamped and heat embossed the spoon on a different piece of Fabriano cardstock.

I colored my heart coffee cup and spoon with Metallic Karin markers. I used the regular Karin Markers for the hot cocoa and marshmallows using a paintbrush and water. I fussy cut the spoon out and cut out my panel using a double stitched rectangle die. I added some green stickles and sequins and that is it for this card. My panel was added to a A2 card base. I hope you like it, another fun one! Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies:

Graciellie Designs Coffee With A Heart Stamp

Graciellie Designs Christmas All Around Background Stamp

Fabriano Cardstock 140lb

Gina Marie Designs Double Stitched Rectangle Dies

Catherine Pooler Cranberry Fizz Ink

Versafine Clair Nocturne ink

Hero Arts Clear Embossing Powder

Karin Metallic Markers

Karin Markers

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Hug in a Mug

Hello everyone! I hope you are doing well. I have another Coffee card for the 2021 Fall Winter CLH. I hope I can post all of my cards that I made and add them to the hop in time. Wish me luck!!

Isn’t this stamp so cute? I believe it is a older stamp but it is new to me. It’s called Cuppa from Penny Black. I stamped and heat embossed the image onto Fabriano 140lb paper using my Misti Stamping platform Versafine Clair Nocturne ink and Clear embossing powder. I then colored it in using Karin Metallic markers and regular Karin markers. I used a paintbrush and water with the markers. Once I was done, I cut out my image with a double stitched rectangle from Gina Marie Designs.

I used a new paper pack I just got that is Simple Stories called Feelin Frosty using two pieces of pattern paper and my large double stitched rectangle die. I love this paper pack and the colors. I stamped the sentiment with some black ink from Altenew on a piece of white cardstock. I cut it out with my new small paper trimmer from Tim Holtz. I added my pattern paper to a A2 card base and added foam to the back of my image panel before adding it to my pattern paper. I then added some Hello Frosty Sparkle Blends for embellishments. I hope you like this card, I enjoyed making it. Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies:

Penny Black Cuppa Stamp Set

Gina Marie Designs Double Stitched Rectangles

Karin Metallic Markers

Karin Markers

Fabriano 140lb cardstock

Misti Stamping Platform

Versafine Clair Nocturne ink

Altenew Obsidian ink

Hero Arts Clear Embossing Powder

Simple Stories Feelin Frosty paper pad

Sparkle Blends Hello Frosty embellishments

Tim Holtz Small Paper Trimmer

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Thinking of You!

Hi everyone! I’m on the Trinity Stamps Blog today! I’m exited to share the New Gorgeous Summer Blooms Paper Crafting Kit today. This is Trinity Stamps first kit and it comes with so much to make cards for various occasions. This kit also coordinates with the First Bloom Stamp and Die Set and there is a Special discount if you purchase both together. I will have that down below with products used in Today’s card. I will show you how I created this Slimline card. Let’s get started!

I stamped the Corner Floral image two times from the Summer Blooms Stamp Set with Versafine Black ink and Clear embossing powder. These florals were stamped on 140lb. watercolor paper using my stamping platform. I used Karin Brush Markers with a paintbrush and a little bit of water. I would let my florals dry and come back to do another coat.

Next, I finished water coloring my florals. I am really loving the blues on them. I cut them out with the Summer Blooms dies and I wanted to use these papers from the New Pattern papers in this kit. I also cut out a slimline panel with white cardstock using the Slimline Striped Frame Panel Die.

I stamped this nice large sentiment from Big and Bold sentiments onto the blue pattern paper using my stamping platform with black dye ink. I also cut my pattern paper with the leaves to be shown through the stripes and to also be used as my center rectangle panel. I then glued them together using liquid glue.

Now it was time to assemble my card together. I glued my striped frame panel to a Slimline card base. I cut my sentiment strip using my paper trimmer to fit on my panel with my florals. I did cut tiny pieces off the edges of my floral images for a cleaner look. Lastly, I added Jewels from the kit and white accents with my white signo pen. I hope you have enjoyed my card and I hope you grab the kit.

Products Used in Today’s Card:

Trinity Stamps Summer Blooms Paper Crafting Kit

Slimline Striped Frame Panel Die

Big and Bold Sentiments Stamp Set

Pick Up Stick

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Pool Cards

Hi everyone! I hope you are having a great week. I have some fun and really cute cards to share with you using Unity Stamps and since there are some Red/ White/ and Blue Challenges I made my cards using this color theme for my Summer Cards. I also plan on mailing these cards (wish me luck) LOL I have been behind on Happy Mail.

Aren’t these cards cute? I love girl images like this. This Stamp image was illustrated by my friend Sandhya Iyer and this stamp set is called Float Away. It’s so fun and when I seen it I knew I had to have it. I first started out making this card. I stamped this rubber stamp into my Mini Misti Stamping Platform. I used Fabriano Coldpress140lb Watercolor paper. I stamped the image with Versafine Clair Nocturne ink and embossed with Hero Arts Clear embossing powder. The Pressure Pal Tool was so helpful for getting my image crisp. I taped down my image onto a wooden board using painters tape to hold it down and painted with my Karin Markers and a Altenew detailed watercolor Brush and water. I painted water around my image for fun. After, I achieved the look I desired I cut my panel with my paper trimmer. I cut out some white cardstock 110lb to use with MFT”s Pool Water Stencil. I used that stencil with Salvaged Patina Distress Ink and a Simon Says stamp Blender Brush. I then cut it out with a Gina Marie Designs Double Stitched A2 Rectangle die. I added foam to the back of my image and glued my image and panel to a A2 card base. I stamped the sentiment with Nocturne ink and cut out my sentiment with a banner die. I added foam partially on the back before adhering it. Lastly, I added some Pinkfresh Studio Glacier Jewels.

, On this card I changed the coloring around and the bating suit design. Everything else is the same except I fussy cut the image this time and added foam to the back before adding it to my ink blended background. The sentiment banner is glued on and more Glacier Jewels added. I hope you have enjoyed my Summer Red/Blue/ and White cards. So much fun to make. Thank you for stopping by!

Products Used in Today’s cards:

Fabriano Coldpress 140lb. Watercolor Paper

PFS Glacier Jewels

MFT Pool Water Stencil

Pressure Pal (Must Have Tool)

Karin Markers

Altenew Detailed Brushes

SSS Blender Brushes

Mini Misti Stamping Tool

Float Away Stamp

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Thanks for being there!

Hi everyone! I have a coloring card process video over on my YouTube Channel. You can watch it here:

I made this card using Unity Stamps Care and Hope Iris illustrated by friend Sandhya Ilyer. It’s such a beauty. I first stamped it onto Canson Mixed Media 138lb. watercolor paper with Versafine ink and Clear embossing powder from Hero Arts. I began coloring with my New Tombow Markers with tropical colors in mind. The colors I used are 195, 725, 817, 126, and 026. I used my #2 Silver Black Velvet Brush with a little bit of water. I did dry my panel in between layers using my Wagner Heat Tool. I also used my Prismacolor Colored pencils for the nooks and crannies in Pc034 Golden rod, and Pc 913 Spring Green. I then used Ellen Hutson’s Rectangle frame dies to cut out my panel using my Spellbinders Platinum die cutting Machine. I also cut it out with a orangly color to match my background and doubled them up. I added foam to my A2 card base which I like the dimension a little bit more than foam tape sometimes before adding my panel.

I had stamped and heat embossed a bunch of these sentiment strips from Taylored Expressions You are the Best and then used the Asymmetrical die to cut them out. I also added foam to the back before adding it onto my panel. Lastly, I added some sequins from Catherine Pooler to match. I hope you have enjoyed my card and details. Thank you for stopping by!

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I miss you, that is all!

Hi everyone! I have a card to show you today! I watercolored this floral beauty from Not2Shabby’s Bouquet of Happiness. I also have a card process video on my YouTube Channel and I would love you to watch and subscribe. https://youtu.be/-sUfh5JFAQc

I first cut out a rectangle of watercolor cardstock from Arteza 110lb coldpress cardstock. I then stamped and heat embossed the floral images with Ranger Gold embossing powder. Some of my bigger floral image didn’t get embossed all the way, so that is the reason for the smaller flowers. I colored the florals with Derwent Inktense Pencils, and a Altenew water brush. The colored pencils I used are Cadmium Yellow 0210, Sun Yellow 0200, Scarlet Pink 0320, and Carmine Pink 0520. When I was happy with my results I fussy cut the florals.

I cut out another piece of Arteza cardstock with a Gina Marie Designs Double stitched Rectangle die. I then used my Altenew Watercolors gray paint for my background. I probably painted three layers and then air dried it with my heat gun. I then added the darker yellow for my water paint splatters. I added my flowers with foam tape to my panel. I also added foam tape to my double stitched rectangle before adding it to my Neenah Solar white 110 card base. Lastly, I added yellow drops with pops of color pearl-Yellow Chiffon. I hope you like my card. Thank you for stopping by!