Stamp sentiment using Jet Black Archival ink (Ranger) onto ivory card stock. Die cut using Spellbinders' Opulent Oval die. Die cut red card stock using Spellbinders' Majestic Ovals die.
Create top fold 5" x 5" card using red card stock. Cut patterned papers (Graphic 45's Mon Amour) to size and mount to card front as shown. Mount die cuts using double faced foam tape. Adhere ivory double bow.
Quick and easy card but looks so elegant! The stamp steals the show!
Thanks for stopping by!
Have a happy, crafty day. Kathy Jo
Hello, Connie Nichol here today with a layout featuring the brand new Baby Love Way with Words dies and the Quietfire Design stamp 'Sometimes, Said Pooh'.
The Baby love word dies are so pretty and so perfect as a title for scrapbook layouts. And of course you can use the words separately or combined with other words - how about Beautiful Baby for example?
I started with a plain piece of white cardstock and just spritzed a little spray ink on kind of a diagonal line to add a bit of interest. I then mounted the white cardstock on a piece of dark teal cardstock to create a 1/4" border all the way around the page, but because my scanner is not 12x12 you can't see most of this. I then added the stamped quote and a whole bunch of butterflies die cut from brightly coloured patterned paper. Very easy and a great way to use up paper scraps! Happy Scrapbooking!!
Supplies: Elizabeth Craft Designs butterfly, stitched squares and Baby Love dies, Bo Bunny patterned paper, Quietfire Design stamp, Ranger Dylusions spray ink
Hello! Today I am using a new die from Quietfire Design A Way With Words line. It's from a set called "Baby love" but I used just the delicate love to make a Valentine's Day card. I am casing a card by Suzanne Cannon - you can see the original card (and many other beautiful onesHERE. at 0:35) I first made a thin red mat to go with the script love. The heart is Simon Says Stamp Heart of Roses - just a single layer of the die cut in white. Any heart die will work.
Since the love is so delicate, I used red cardstock adhered to double sided adhesive and then die cut it out so that I could stack it on top of each other four times.
Sorry for the overcast tone - it's been cloudy here for the past few days.
I started with a piece of Mixed Media Cardstock (Ranger) that I had laying nearby, left after cutting some off for another project. At this point I wasn't sure how large of a piece I would actually need for my card. I stamped the crackle background repeatedly over the piece stamping about 3 times between inkings.
After drying the ink I used a mini brayer to add paint rolling in short bursts both horizontally and vertically allowing colors to overlap. I dried this with the heat tool.
Next I used white paint through a stencil (Andy Skinner).
At first I was going to stamp the quote directly on the background but then decided some layering would be nice. I grabbed another scrap of Mixed Media Cardstock, sprayed it with Dylusions Ink Spray, blotted up the excess with a paper towel, dried it, layed the stencil over it, sprayed water, removed the stencil, blotted the water and then dried the piece. I chose a spot to stamp the quote. Stamped the quote with Embossing Ink, embossed it with black powder, and tore it out.
After determining what I was doing and getting a rough idea of placement, I trimmed the background paper to 5" x 6" and distressed the edges. I stamped the small butterfly as shown.
I stamped the large butterfly on the background with embossing ink, embossed with Sticky Powder, and then used Gold Foil on it.
The quote was layered to black cardstock cut with deckle scissors. Moments was die cut from black cardstock. Finished size of the card is 6 3/8" x 5 3/8".
I hope you've enjoyed today's card!! Thanks for following along!!
Using one of the newest dies - another, batch of fantastic calligraphed die cut words by signature designer Suzanne Cannon available on Elizabeth Craft Designs A Way With Words "Beautiful" and one from a previous release YOU from "Thank You" both also available on Quietfire Design HERE and HERE
Scored, and folded my white card (5"w x 7"h).
Cut a bunch of the "Beautiful" word, sprayed the back with removable adhesive (Krylon "Easy Tack") and used it as a mask, sponging and direct to paper with Various Distress pads - "Spun Sugar" all over; sponging more heavily with the sugar around the word. Moving the mask down and sponging with "Mustard Seed" blending slightly into the pink above.
Used my hard rubber mallet to selectively emboss around the card front using Elizabeth Craft Design folder "Bouquet". Sponged around the edges with "Picked Raspberry".Shadow detailed the words with an HB pencil. Die cut another "Beautiful" and "You" from purple cardstock. Applied Glossy Accents and set aside to dry. Adhered to front.
Adhered some "Curvy Leaves" (Elizabeth Craft Designs), die cut from Brusho colored watercolor paper sprinkled with Gold powder.
Created the flower from punched circles and Mulberry paper. Edged the circles with a "Vintage Photo" pad. Tooled the circles and then adhered to create the flower. Added PVA glue and the beads in the center. Adhered to front. Used a corner rounder punch for the card edges.
Hi Artlings! I'm over on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog today sharing this all the details of this card. It's made using one of the new dies and one of the new stencils. Click here to see the details!
If you'd like to see a quick overview of all the new products, have a look at the introductory video. You may watch it here on the blog but it's way better on YouTube in HD!
Hi everyone it's Teresa here on this wonderful Friday to share a few ideas using our brand new release of dies coming out at the CHA show. There are some gorgeous additions to our already amazing selection of Way with Word dies that you can preview here so i hope you can be inspired to create some fun and amazing gifts to give to your family and friends this year ....
So my first card is using the newest die "Together"... My brother got married on Valentines day so this card was inspired for them celebrating their wedding day. Inside i can add a wonderful sentiment from all the Quietfire stamps that go with it and it will be ready to send out. It is simple and elegant which made it really quick to make and the dies cut glitter paper like butter so that was really nice.
My second card is using the new "Sweet Smiles" die set. I can think of so many uses for this die set and for me i decided to make it up with gorgeous papers from my Basic Grey stash and pretty chipboard and glitter. I cut the die twice to give it a shadow and then popped it up with tiny 3D foam dots to make it stand out like the chipboard wreath that i used from GSLC.
And lastly i thought i would go a totally different way and use some of my Doodlebug paper stash and create a Valentine card. For this i used the new "Because" die and cut it out on red paper to match with the paper die cut i used on the top. It stands out really nice and on the top i made it as a card that opens to put in a message and gift card to my recipient. I used the I love you stamp from the "I don't tell you often enough set" to put a message inside to go with the Because sentiment on the top. It's fun that so many of the sentiments are made to go with the stamps that Quietfire carries.
So that is all from me today but be sure and check back each day for new ideas and inspiration from our Design team using these gorgeous new dies.... Have a wonderful weekend!
They're here!! Okay, not quite *here*, but coming very soon! I teased this release in my email newsletter the other day and now we can share all the goodness of these new additions to the A Way With Words collection! This release increases the number of words we can work with by 20 words (I'm not counting "a"!)! The possibility of new combinations is amazing and so exciting!
Baby Love dies and Butterfly spray stencil
Not only are there new dies, there are stencils to complement the dies! Yippee!! There are both background and feature stencils and the collection is called A Way With Stencils! Play and combine to your hearts content.
Diana has combined die sets to create this exquisite card
The new products will be shipping later this month, and are available from Elizabeth Craft Designs and me. I have them on the Quietfire website in the What's New department. Please note if you include items that are not Pre-Order together with these items there will be a delay so they may all be shipped together.
Star Spray stencil and Wishing from Wishing you a
To introduce the new products and give you an overall feel for the release, the Quietfire Design Team has made some beautiful samples to share with you in this video. These projects will appear here on Quietfire Creations (make sure you subscribe by email) and the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog over the next few weeks as well as on individual team members blogs. Watch our Facebook Page and this Pinterest Board for new additions. I'll do my best to share them all!
Quietfire Design stamps and dies are so beautiful. I think they make a perfect pairing with Graphic 45 papers. For this card, the stamp was paired with Graphic 45's Time to Flourish papers. The sentiment was stamped on ivory Graphic 45 papers, die cut using a stitched tag die and mounted on the card as shown. The flowers were fussy cut from Time to Flourish papers.
Isn't the sentiment beautiful? Perfect for your sweetie this Valentine's Day!
Thanks for stopping by! I do hope you enjoyed the card and that you have a happy, crafty day!
Big Hugs, Kathy Jo