Monday, June 27, 2022

You're a Reel Star - slider card

 Welcome back everyone! This is Rachel from rwkrafts.com and today I'm sharing a fun slider card using stamps from Time for Tea Designs.



This "Movie Night" stamp set is so so cute. I stamped and colored every single image because I couldn't pick a favorite. The images were all fussy cut with my detail scissors.



Next it's time to start creating my slider card pieces. I die cut each piece from white cardstock, and then cut some pink paper from the Missees paper pad to create movie theater carpet. I also ink blended the pink paper with Prism Ink "Pink Jellybean".



Now it's time to design the movie theater ceiling. I inked the card panels with Prism Ink Thundercloud, then inked again with French Navy over the Lotza Stars stencil by AALL & Create.


Finally, it was just a matter of gluing the images down and putting the slider mechanism together. I love how this fun scene of all the animal friends came together!





The little raccoon with his 3D glasses is my favorite :)

Thanks for joining me! Have a great week ahead!

Topflight Stamps Supplies Used:







Sunday, June 26, 2022

Tracy Scott PaperArtsy Neon Floral Birthday Card


Hi friends!  It's Autumn Clark from SewPaperPaint with you today to share a zingy summertime birthday card featuring stamps by Tracy Scott for PaperArtsy.  I had a blast making this card using some bright colors of PaperArtsy Fresco Chalk Acrylics.  I did a gel printed background using Tracy's stencil PS126.  I used Sargasso, Dirty Lime, Tango, Bubble Gum and Captain Peacock. 

I stamped the flower onto one of my prints, which primarily had Bubble Gum Frescos on it.  I stamped the flower leaves with Sargasso onto a book page and fussy cut them.  Then I used Tracy's stamp set TS025 to add some black and Peacock Distress Oxide stamping onto my gel printed background.  The little black dots come from both black gesso splatters and washi tape.  I added a label tape sentiment to finish it off.  I hope this bright card made you smile today and want to get out your gel prints and do some stamping!  Hugs, Autumn

Fun mixed media supplies at Topflight Stamps!

 



Friday, June 24, 2022

AALL & Create Texture Sampler

 

 

Happy Friday! Ericka from Strangely Creative here and I hope you are all doing well. Today I'm playing with the AALL & Create #660 Texture Sampler by Janet Klein. I love all the unique textures this set has and decided to make it a focal point of my card.


I stamped the images on my card base as well as on some leftover scraps. I then fussy cut the individual images out and glued them on to my card base.


 I then added the sentiment from AALL & Create Basic Sentiments Bipasha BK in Versafine Claire Nocturn ink.

 


I finished my card by  adding some details with my Posca pens. Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful weekend!


Topflight Stamps Supplies Used





Thursday, June 23, 2022

AALL&Create - Miss Dee at the Beach

Hi Everyone,

Cornelia here today. This week we are featuring AALL&Create on the Topflight blog
I am sure you all have seen their beautiful stamps. Janet Klein, who has been designing for AALL&Create recently came out with the Miss Dee stamps - of course I fell for them!
Here you see Miss Dee at the beach, joined by those fun animals for an older set. I colored everything with Copics and sponged the background. Drew in some sand and waves. also added a bit of foamy water with using embossing powder.
Added the sentiment. I trimmed my card and added a strip of patterned paper at the bottom.
I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting. 
See you next week with more Topflight Stamps inspiration.

And here are the stamp supplies I used: 

Wednesday, June 22, 2022

I belong among the stars ~ AALL & Create



I love summer evenings. We sit as a family by the fire and watch all the planes fly through the sky, passing all the beautiful stars and galaxies above us. Sometimes I wish I was on a plane flying away, nowhere particular, but just to be among the stars. 





Products used
 






Technique

Start with a background using these colors for the galaxy.
This is 110lbs cardstock.


Silver heat emboss the stars. Remember to use an antistatic tool first.


Add more detail to the background using this stencil and distress ink. 


Washi tape is an excellent "filler" for dead spots in the background.


Color your sweet girl with Copic markers and always use a white gel/paint pen for highlights. 


This is a very cool die; I only used half of it here on the card.


I used liquid glue to the girl and die-cut, then double-sided foam tape for the sentiment and girl.         


Isn't she so sweet?? I hope you have a great day!

Charmaine



Tuesday, June 21, 2022

the journey is the destination - a journal page with AALL & Create Stamps

Greetings! It's Tuesday so you've got Kathi  to share a project with you! This week my teammates and I are showcasing AALL and Create's wonderful products. I've created a journal page using the Archway Clear Set #24 by Bipasha BK, the Newsprint Numbers Clear Stamp #434 by Janet Klein, the 

Here it is!





y first step was to stamp the archway with Copic-friendly ink onto the image panel and again onto repositionable label paper which was fussy-cut to create a mask.

The  train and tracks stamp was positioned and stamped onto the image panel. Copic markers were used to color the entire image panel. The list of markers used can be found on my blog.

The image panel was trimmed to fit onto the journal page and edged with Graphite Elements Ink by Lavinia Stamps using a Blender, also by Lavinia Stamps.

The largest of the Black Blending Brushes by Time for Tea Designs was used to brush Graphite Elements Ink over the journal page. True Confession: I only brushed a 1" border around the page as I knew that most of the page would be covered. 

The page was misted with water and heat set. 

Morning Mist VersaFine Clair Inks by Tsukineko was used to stamp the Newsprint Numbers Clear Stamp #434 on the top left and bottom right and the Multilayered Cogs Clear Stamp  #664 on the top right and bottom left. The Reckoner Digits Clear Stamp #543 by Tracy Evans was used to fill the gaps and to add another layer of detail.

The journal page and the binding holes were edged with Graphite Elements Ink

The image panel was adhered as shown and the sticker was added to finish the page.

Please visit my blog, Kat's Tales of Stamping, for more detailed instructions and complete supply lists. 

Topflight Stamps Products Used:
















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