Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Club Scrap June Sketch

Today i made some digital cards in photoshop.
For this I used the
It is their special 20th Anniversary kit.
There is also a paper version if you are interrested.
You find it HERE.
This is the sketch challenge that I used.
You can find the Club Scrap Chat group on Facebook.
I made the image in photoshop by starting with the black
starry background and filling it with the other images.
Only the ribbon is an image from my stash of other
digital images.

After greating it digital, I printed the card on cardstock
an folded the paper to make a real card.

As i ad some room left on my A4 size cardstock for one
more image, but not a complete card. This I cut of and 
mounted on a blue piece of Club Scrap cardstock.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!





Sunday, June 16, 2019

Father's Day

Happy Father's Day to all those Dads out there!
Mine has a moustasche, so I got out some 
Tim Holtz stamp to make my card.

The sentiment I made and printed with the computer
and attached them to the wooden planks I made with 
wooden paper and a wooden embossing folder.

This is the inside of the card.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!



Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Simon Says: Masculine

Today my card is a masculine card for
the challenge on:

Fior my card I used these bottles of the
SU! Bubble Over stamp set with matching dies.
I made the bottles look like the Dutch beer we
have here: Heineken.


For the background I used some woodgrain paper
and used a rings embossingfolder. When don embossing,
I used a piece of  sandpaper to sand the rings,
that makes them look white now. 

The sentiment is made with a die and a piece of 
foam glitter material. I finished the card with a 
few green bubble sticky pearls.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day.



Sunday, June 9, 2019

Brentwood dressing up!

I absolutely adore this image of Brentwood by JessicaLynn.
She made many freebies for the Coffee Lover's Blog Hop
and now she dressed him up for the 4th of July.

This image is a digital stamp, you download it to  your computer
and can use it any size you want. Print it and color and use on your card.

You can find Brentwood Owl 4th of July in 
JessicaLynn's digital stamp shop here.


I colored the image of Brentwood with Stampin'blends and 
cut out the image. The background is made with  candied apple
and mermaid lagoon distress oxide inks in the direct to paper
technique. On top i stamped some stars in the same color.
The sentiment is by Tim Holtz. After wrapping the baker's 
twine around the panel, i added Brentwood with a piece of foam
tape on top of the baker's twine.

For the 2nd card I started making the background with the
stars embossing folder. I added the ink to the embossing
folder and a little water before running the folder and the paper
through the big shot. The ribbons aew hand dyed ribbons
by DL.ART and the sentiment is by Create with TLC.
(if you enter 4th of July in the search box there are more
sentiments!)

The image and sentiment are colored with pencils.

Ok, I just had to make one with coffee!!
I made the background with several Tim Holtz stencils
and the same distress oxide inks as above.
I stamped some beans from my stash as well
as the cup. Everithing is colored with SU! stampin'blends.
The sentiment is made up with part of a STAMPlorations
stamp and a Tim Holtz stamp.
The stars are sequins and hard to photograph the bling.

This image was made in Photoshop with a background 
and sentiments by Create with TLC.
Brendwood Owl is also colored in Photoshop.


Hope I have given you some ideas for this wonderful stamp.
She has an offer now: buy one and get one free!

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!



Saturday, June 8, 2019

Simon Says: Wedding/ Anniversary

This week on the Simon Says Monday blog 
it is all about Wedding/ Anniversary.
As I have no weddings coming up, I thought about
making this years anniversary card for my husband.
it is only on November 22, but as my husband is not in IG
and not looking at my blog, I can have my card ready early.
In all these years, I never made him a coffee card,
but I think this is a cute idea I noticed somewhere
and stayed in my brain to use one day.
I used a heart border punch,
coffee mugs are dies by My Favorite Things,
20 numbers are dies by Stampin'Up!,
and the sentiment and stamps inside the card
are by AlteNew clear stamps. The set is called
Coffee talk.

The little hearts on the mugs came out of the border punch.
The ribbon is from my stash.

Here the inside, leaving room to write at a later date.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!




Thursday, June 6, 2019

Simon Says: new challenge on Instagram


So Simon Says Stamp now not only has a challenge on
Monday and Wednesday on the Blog,
but also a new challenge only on Instagram.
And this is the challenge and here are my cards:
I first made the above card, with a background of
stencils and oxide Fossilized Amber distress ink.
The stampswhere a gift, so not sure of the brand,
but perfect for this challenge. A few gemstones 
for some finish bling and I posted my card to Instagram.
You can find me as 4hetty.

Then I had another idea and made this card with 
a direct to paper background I still had on my table.
I stamped some Honey Bee clear stamps on it.
The tea mug I did on a seperate piece of paper and 
added onto the strip with foma tape.
Some splashes on the background in the matching
color of the mug for some sea feeling.
The sentiment is by Verve Stamps.

Thank you very much for looking 
and have a creative day!




Sunday, June 2, 2019

DL.ART anything goes

When there is a coffee challenge I am in and there was one
on the DL. ART blog, but that was last week and I was too late,
but I can add it this week too for it is


Anything Goes
on the DL.ART Blog.


So here my coffee card, made with a die from Tim Holtz,
design paper from Echo Park, a button from DL.ART, as well
as the beautiful red hand dyed crinkle ribbon.

The sentiment is by Verve Stamps.

In the background you see also this border of coffee rings.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!