Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Give the Gift of Bling with Dots to Diamonds!

Hello and happy Tuesday! ;-)  Topflight Stamps has a new line of products from Hunkydory called Dots to Diamonds. You can get the paper pads that are pre-printed with dot designs. Some dots are foiled and others are marks to show where you can add the pearl and rhinestone bling. (Use your own stash of bling or buy color coordinated packs!) It is so easy to quickly create a sparkly card for any special occasion!

Preprinted sheets!

Take a look at that glam:

I used a mix of pearls and rhinestones.
For this card, I first spritzed the pre-printed sheet with a little Distress Spray Stain. When it was dry, I added the bling and then topped with a die cut sentiment. Easy peasy! Give it a try and thanks for stopping by. =)

Topflight Stamps Products:

Hunkydory Dots to Diamonds Paper Pad #3
Hunkydory Diamond SparklesBrillant Blues

Hunkydory Diamond SparklesBeautiful Blues

Neenah Metallic Cardstock pack

Monday, July 15, 2019

Remember the Past

Hi Everyone,
Jess here today. Some of you might know me as Two Mad Dahlias.I am so happy to be joining you for the next several months! So without further ado, here is my first project. 
This large chipboard tag was created using metal tape and a 3d embossing folder.  The tape was then painted using Paperartsy Fresco Paints. 
The gentleman's hat and the sentiment are from the Stamperia Capture the Moments set.  

Here is a full list of products used that can be found on the Topflight site.

You can see more details about how I created my project over on my blog.

Thanks so much and happy crafting,

Friday, July 12, 2019

Ombre Baby Cards

Happy Friday! Ericka here popping in with some quick cards I made using some fun Hero Arts Ombre inks and Darkroom Door stamps. For my first card I used the Hero Arts Meadow Pad.

There are so many ways to use these beautiful Ombre Inks but for these cards I decided just to swipe the pad on the paper. I love the not so perfect stripes it created and its the perfect background for this fun baby stamp.


I made a couple more cards swiping some more Hero Arts Ombre Inks. For this card I used the Light Purple to Grape Purple Pad.

I also used the Hero Arts Mermaid pad with the Darkroom Door Part of You stamp and Emerald Creek Deep Sea embossing powder. The colors are so fun to play with.

And for my last card, I simply used the stamp and inked it up with the ombre ink for a pretty clean and simple card.

For more information on how I created my cards, feel free to stop by my blog Strangely Creative.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Thursday, July 11, 2019

So Much Love!

Hello everyone!  Betsy Birge here sharing another card - this time using products from Darkroom Door and Hero Arts Ombre Ink!

I love the Ombre look I got with the Hero Arts Ombre Ink Pad in Pink to Red.  By swiping it vertically on the base panel and the stamped panel I was able to get a cohesive look.  When they were dry I die cut both panels.

I needed a bit of sparkle so I enhanced the word "LOVE" with Ink on 3's liquid pixie dust and I also added pink acrylic hearts from Honeybee Stamps and peel-offs from Love From Lizi.

Products from TopFlight Stamps:

I hope you'll give amazing stamp set a try along with this gorgeous ombre ink!

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Happy Birthday, Neon Style

Hello, Topflight Fans!  Even tho it's been only a week since I saw you last, it feels like forever and a day.  I've been on staycation and having lots of easygoing fun crafting, a very few house things, and just generally hanging around. Relaxed sigh.  But, back to crafty business, my favorite kind!

Today I'm featuring one of the new Darkroom Door stamps, Darkroom Door Birthday.  These text stamps are perfect for using Hero Arts Neon Ombre Inks which TFS has started to carry. Love them!  Here I'm Using Hero Arts Ombre Red to Purple Neon and Ombre Yellow to Orange Neon.

Aren't those colors so bright and happy together?  I think so anyway.  Not sure if the Aall and Create Dog Attitude critter agrees with me.  I love the look on his face! And notice the bit of metal under his head? Yep, that's a dime.

I colored him using Copics, pulling the pink and yellow from the background into his party accessories. 

I added the dime as a counterweight to make it easier for him to swing on this interactive card. I hope to have a video of this soon, if not today.  

If you'd like to check out my other creations, you can visit my blog, Frankie Helps Craft, my Instagram, or my Pinterest Board. See you next week, my lovelies!

Monday, July 8, 2019

Ombre Art Journal Page with Topflight Stamps

Hello Topflight Fans, Karen Bearse here today with a fun mini art journal page. Playing with Ombre was fun & easy with the Ombre ink pads by Hero Ink. I also discovered a great way to create a realistic film strip using Emerald Creek Emboss powder.  If you want to see how I created this page check out my blog post. Thanks for joining me today!!! 

Here are the Topflight Supplies I used. 

Darkroom Door Paris Filmstrip 

Hero Arts Ink

Seth Apter Emboss by Emerald Creek 

 Ink Pad by Prism

Art by Marlene die cuts 


Friday, July 5, 2019

Washi Tape Cards

Happy Friday and I hope you had a wonderful 4th of July. Ericka here with some quick washi cards.

First of all I have a confession, I am a washi lover and maybe a slight hoarder! I love washi, especially the Alexandra Renke ones but I often struggle with ways to use it. So today I'm combining washi with the Neenah Metallic Cardstock for some quick, simple cards that really highlight the beautiful washi.

I love how the Neenah Metallic paper adds a nice touch of sparkle to the cards and helps make these gorgeous washi designs stand out.

I decided to add a Katzelkraft sentiment to this card but I also love leaving the cards plain so that they can become part of a card set to give to friends.
Here is a closer look at some of the other cards I made with some of the Alexandra Renke washi I have in my stash. 

Have a wonderful day and thanks for stopping by. If you would like more details on how I created the washi cards, feel free to stop by my blog Strangely Creative.

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