Friday, December 13, 2019

Valentine Card ft.La Rue Heart w/Hutton Left & Right Gate Dies


Hello there!  It's my turn over at the Memory Box Blog today, "Outside The Box".   Have you noticed all of the Valentine products that are being released right now?  Memory Box has a new release hitting the market right now as well.  It is a super gorgeous release that I know you will all love as much as I do.  I haven't received my products as of yet, so I thought I'd show you an easy card using some previous Memory Box Products that I already had on hand.  It's always a good idea to see what you have that you can add to the mix of old and new products. 


This patterned paper you see here is one that I have hoarded for many years! It's from my paper scrapbooking days which I haven't done in about 10 years, although I did quite a bit of digital scrapbooking around 2010 - 2014.  I am down to one full sheet plus a sheet that is about 4.5 x 6 inches.  That's it - that all there is.  Throughout the last 20 or so years, I have made Valentine's card for my husband using this paper several times. We celebrated our 35th Anniversary this past June but I didn't use to be into paper crafting so I just bought cards for the first several years. This is my all-time favorite sheet of paper.  I think I bought about 20 sheets of it way back when and it's been 20 years at least since that happened.  I just love the combination of colors here; the saturated red with the warm coral and yellow tones, and then there are foil accents throughout the stripes. This paper is the epitome of my style.  It's rich and regal looking.  I like to challenge myself to make something completely different each year using this paper. I don't even think my husband realizes I've been using the same one for almost every Valentine's Card since I started paper-crafting in 1998.


I wanted the La Rue Heart to be the focal image of my card, so I tried to match it up with other Memory Box dies in such a way that it would still let the Heart be the star of the show.  You'll have to decide if I was successful or not.  I'm happy with what I have but I don't know if I achieved my objective or not. *Ü*

I started by cutting a card base from Red Lacquer Shimmer Cardstock from PaperPapers.com.  Next, using the largest Rectangle Basics Dies, I cut the patterned paper for the front of my card.  Next, I die cut a Left Hutton Gate and a Right Hutton Gate from gold foiled cardstock (you surely know of my love for gold by now).

Using the Circle Basics Die Set I used two different sizes to get a gold circle and a red one that is slightly smaller.   I also cut the La Rue Heart from the gold and started assembly.  I added the patterned paper on top of the card base, then adhered the left and right Hutton Gates using my 5-inch Xyron sticker maker.

It can be a bit tricky to get to the adhesive on such intricate dies as the Left and Right Hutton Gates so I'll share a little tip with you here.  I run them through my Xyron to get adhesive on them.  Then before taking the top layer of cellophane off, use an embossing sandwich and run it through your die-cutting machine, back and forth one time.  If you don't do this, then you'll need to take a stylus or something similar to go around all of the edges, inside and out, so you won't have adhesive strings popping up and gunking up your work.  I've used a Multipurpose tool, a stylus, and other similar tools, but using an embossing pad and running it through your die-cutting machine is so much faster --like 60 seconds compared to 20 minutes or so doing it by hand.  I had wondered if this would work, so I tried it one day and I doubt I'll ever go back to the old way.  Doing it this way also means you don't have to use an adhesive eraser or Un-du on it.  Un-du is a fantastic item to have on hand if you use a lot of foiled cardstock like I do as it removes the sticky without damaging the surface of the foil. 


I adhered the red circle to the gold circle directly, using Kokuyo Tape Runner, which has been my favorite for years and years. Way before my card-making days, it was my preferred adhesive for my scrapbooks. Then using a double thickness of Scotch Foam Tape, I adhered the circle to the card base.

Using a little bit of adhesive across what would be the center horizontal "band" area, I adhered the La Rue Heart directly to the raised circle.  I also die cut four of the Poppy Stamps Swirled Love Die and glued them together to make a thicker embellishment so that it would really stand up and be dimensional.  For this, I like to use Range Multi Medium Matte as tape runner doesn't work very well for this.

Since I used Red Lacquer Cardstock, I'll need to add a white panel inside of the card for my personal note to my hubby.  I also like to add a little Ghiradelli Square or two in there as well.

Thanks for stopping by today to see my project.  Next time I hope to have a card sharing new Memory Box Valentine's 2020 Collection.  Have a great day!



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Friday, December 6, 2019

Memory Box's Grateful Autumn Stamp Set


Hello, Everyone!  Vicki here with you today, sharing a card I made last week for today's post using the Memory Box Grateful Autumn Stamp Set.  In case you haven't noticed, Black Watercolor Paper is all the rage right now.  I saw Kristina Werner working on some with her Pearlescent Watercolors and decided I had to try that out.  A couple of years ago, I got the Finetec Pearlescent Watercolors from Simon Says Stamp during a Steals & Deals Weekend.  I have never been too happy with my personal results from them on regular watercolor paper, so when I saw Kristina using them on black, I had to order some of that paper, right away.  I have the Legion Stonehenge Black in 10 x 14 so I cut one sheet down into 4-5 x 7 pieces.  You can find it on Amazon here.  

Before my paper even arrived at my house (2-day delivery), I saw another video on YouTube using this paper again. Mine arrived the very next morning - early for a change - since I had so many other packages.  Once I had a bit of time to play, I really loved the results on the Black with the Pearlescent Watercolors and decided I just had to try it on these beautiful fall leaves from Memory Box.  I'm not an "artist" by any stretch of the imagination, but I can do Watercolor for Card Makers.  It's a class offered by Online Card Classes - co-owned by Kristina Werner and Jennifer McGuire.  I took the class about 3 or 4 years ago.  Someday, I might want to pursue it more in-depth, but for what I do, this class was great.  You can sign up anytime, and you will always have access to the classes you take there.  


I started by prepping my black watercolor paper with a liberal dusting of powder tool.  I like using talc-free baby powder with a fluffy brush for this.  The little pouch is too chalky feeling for me and the little brush tool doesn't hold up to use, so this has been my solution for about 4 years now.  You can also use cornstarch if you want to find something that you already have at home.  This is the most important part of heat embossing.  Otherwise, you end up with little bits of embossing powder where you don't want it to be.


For my images, I used Versamark with Simon Says Stamp Antique Gold Embossing Powder.  It's my favorite as it isn't a bright yellow.  Use whatever you have even if it's clear embossing powder. I just happen to like and use a lot of gold in my work.


Next, I used a wet on wet technique for the watercolor.  Starting with a large brush, I wet each leaf, one by one.  Using the Pearl Gold color, I started adding in little bits of color at the base of the leaves and worked out.  Then using a size 4 round brush, I started at the tip of the leaves and added Red Pearl color and worked my way in toward the base.  Then I used Orange Copper for the center area with a bit more water and just let the color travel and settle how it wanted to.  I worked my way around each of the leaves, and let it dry almost completely before adding in the Amethyst, just kind of dabbing here and there with my brush.  I am so happy with the way this looks and that it looks as if I actually know what I am doing with my watercolors.


I let it dry overnight and then cut it with the Rectangle Basics in the 2nd largest size. I also cut a mat for behind it from a shimmer cardstock called Garnet Plum that I get from PaperPapers.com.  I chose the sentiment I wanted and prepping the surface again in the area where I wanted to heat emboss, I stamped with Versamark and then heat set the Antique Gold Embossing Powder.


I use a microfiber cloth to remove the excess powder from the surface and I give the cloth one mist of Water to help remove it.  It is a very fine mist, and I'm careful not to tear the paper.  I attached the watercolor piece to the mat piece and then that to a white card base.  I added the three little gold hearts and some sequins in a similar plum color then a little gem in the center.  I have no idea where I got the sequins, but I'm going to have to start looking for some more soon as I am nearly out. I call this color "Sugarplum" and along with pink, it's one of my absolute favorites.  I love how these fall leaves turned out, especially on the black paper.  It was surprisingly easy to do.  In fact, for me, the hardest part is walking away to let it dry and not mess with it too much as I have control issues. *Ü*

If you've been visiting my blog, you may have noticed that I have been heavily into Christmas and Holiday Cards, so I was glad for a chance to take a break and do something a little different.  I hope you enjoyed my card today!  Thanks for stopping by!

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Saturday, November 30, 2019

Twelve Days of Holiday Cards - Winners Post


Twelve Days of Holiday Cards Winners

Day One - Andre
Day Two - Gretchen Wilson
Day Three - Lin
Day Four - Gail
Day Five - Joy
Day Six - Bev
Day Seven - KPerry57
Day Eight - Denise Bryant
Day Nine - Vivian
Day Ten - Amy C
Day Eleven - Connie
Day Twelve - Maria

Please email me with your mailing address to claim your prize.  Please put Twelve Days Winner as the subject of your e-mail. 

Thanks to you all for coming along on my journey this year! 

EDITED:  All Winner's envelopes have been mailed!

Friday, November 29, 2019

Twelve Days of Holiday Cards - Day Twelve


Today is the twelfth and final day of this year's Twelve Days of Holiday Cards.  I've had a lot of fun doing this series and if I decide to do one next year, I won't wait until the last minute to plan it.  Today's cards feature products from Memory Box Company and Birch Press Design.

The layering die sets by Birch Press Design are always stunning in their simplicity while being oh so elegant.  Today's cards are by far my favorites, although each time I think I can't do a better one, I somehow manage to keep coming up with new designs.  For those of you who don't want to stamp, these products fit the bill beautifully.  It is simply a matter of assembly which only takes a bit of practice.  I have so many pictures for you today and I hope you'll stay with me to the end for your last chance to comment and win a prize.

During the recent holiday releases, I noticed that Birch Press had come out with a gilded Washi Tape called Shimmer Burst.  This was sold out and no longer available at Birch Press, but I found mine at Simon Says Stamp.  Yay!  I love pretty much any gilded washi tape, but when you throw and Art Deco design in there, I'm hooked for sure.  As I told you on Day Three, I love all things Art Deco.  I also appreciate other styles such as Art Nouveau, but my heart will always be true to Art Deco.

Art Deco always reminds me of a lovely surprise I had about 15 years ago.  When I was growing up, we were taught almost as soon as we could speak about Laura Ingalls Wilder.  My Great Grandmother (my Nana) had been friends with Laura as married women living in Wright County, Missouri.  They were in many clubs together.  The Shakespeare Club (entertainments or theatrical productions) the Athenian Society (geared toward higher education via books and libraries), book clubs, garden clubs and the like.  There was no television at that time so folks had to entertain themselves. Ladies didn't use to go to college, but women could educate themselves by reading.  Laura and Nana were both teachers, so it was a subject near and dear to their hearts although Laura didn't particularly enjoy teaching, but did it as a way to help her family financially.  My Papa and Nana have even been mentioned in some of the books that came out after the Little House TV Show was started and generated even more interest in what is surely an iconic American Author.

My prized collection of Little House Books
Most grade school children used to be taught about the "Little House" books and that might still be true.  I don't really know, but none of my grandsons seem to know anything about who she was.  Anyhow, when I was about 5 years old, I remember going to see Laura's home in Mansfield, Missouri.  I was born near there, and we lived there for a time when I was very young still.  I attended Kindergarten in Missouri so I know I was there at that time.  It was a private tour at that time because Nana and Laura had been friends. I vaguely remember that and at the time I wasn't really old enough to appreciate the books since I wasn't yet reading.  They have been a fixture in my home for many years.  In fact, my parents divorced in 1978 and the books were one of the things left behind in the house that would come to be my father's home with his new wife.  I literally kept these books from the dump yard and they have been a visible fixture in my home since.  Nana wrote something on the front cover of each one.  They are all the Garth Williams Illustrations that came out in 1953. I purchased the 9th and final book, "The First Four Years" sometime in my twenties.  It isn't so much a book as it is a rough outline found in Laura's home after her death in 1957.

Williams traveled for several years to seek out the places Laura had so vividly described in her books, even the location of the "Dugout" house underneath the banks of Plum Creek which is why his illustrations were so remarkable.  At the time he was commissioned to illustrate the books, (1947) most of the buildings had probably changed somewhat, but he was still able to find them to take photos and get a feel for all of the places that Laura described in the pages of her books.

In 2004, we traveled to see the home.  I had not been there in many years so a few things had changed.  The biggest change was that the home Rose Wilder Lane had built for her parents in 1928, called "The Rock House", was finally back in the Laura Ingalls Wilder Association Estate.  It had been out of the estate since 1935.  Now it had been acquired and completely restored to the English Cottage that Rose had built for her parents.  The interior styling was Art Deco.  That was the cement that made me know Art Deco would forever be my favorite style.  Rose Wilder Lane ordered the cottage (lock, stock, and barrel) from Sears Roebuck Catalog.  Rose was already a very successful author by that time.  As they began restoring the house, blueprints and other evidence were found so that it could be completely restored to how it was originally, right down to the color of paint on the walls; the palest shell pink.  It is a beautiful home and would have been quite luxurious back then! I still read the Little House books to this day!  You can see my Little House books on my shelf in my living room in the photo above.

For today's cards, I wanted to feature a few Birch Press Designs and Memory Box dies with a touch of Art Deco feeling to them.


I used this gorgeous Shimmer Burst Washi Tape over different colors of cardstock as a substitute for foiled card stock.  I love having this option as I can make fancy cardstock in any color I have on hand, which is a lot.  *Ü*


In this first card, I used the Shimmer Burst Washi Tape over Pale Peony Cardstock from Ink to Paper along with a sheet of Kraft Black and Gold Foil Cardstock, also in an Art Deco Style.  I had recently made some cards where I stamped and heat embossed this "Merry Christmas" sentiment and as usual, I made several extras at the time for future use.  I normally store those in the pouch with the stamps and dies, but they never made it that far this time and were still sitting on my desk.


I used the Holly Sprigs from the Memory Box Elegant Double Holly Frame for the little branches coming off the main cluster of larger Holly Leaves.


I wanted to show you how I adhered the die-cut pieces and keep them in line when I am using this collage-style die from Memory Box.  The pieces on the right are still in the die.  Keeping them together, I turn my die with the cutting side up and put pieces of Scotch Foam Tape over each holly leaf on the back.  Once I peel off the release paper, I set my cardstock background, face down, and press it all in place.  Then when you flip it over, you just lift up the die and it comes right off leaving everything with adhesive in the proper place.  You could also place the empty template over your background panel and pop in the holly leaves one at a time.  Either way works just as well.  Since I was adding foam tape, I did it how you see in the photo here.


And I couldn't resist making just one more card in this style without using Washi Tape so that you can see that it is not a requirement.


By changing up the background paper, you can see that it gives a completely different feeling while still being just as pretty.  Go through your stash or your scraps and see what you have that would make a nice card with this beautiful Holly Collage Die.  On this card, I adhered everything directly to the background panel using Ranger Multi-Medium Matte and no foam tape.  That helps when you want to pop one in the mail.


This card has the Shimmer Burst Washi Tape over New Leaf Cardstock from Ink to Paper.  It's a fresh, bright,  pretty green and with the Washi on top, it is just beautiful!  The little sprigs are from the Memory Box Petite Leaf Frame Die.


On this card, I added the sprigs in Gold Cardstock with  The pearls are Little Things From Lucy's Cards Glossy Eggshell Pearls.    There are multiple sizes in one pack, making them perfect for this multi-sized embellishment.


I love the look of Red, Green, and Pink for Christmas Cards.  For the pink and green cardstock, I used the Shimmer Burst Washi Tape over Pale Peony and New Leaf Cardstock.  The background panel is Pure Poppy, all from Ink to Paper.



This particular shade of green shimmer paper that I used for the Holly Leaves is a very thin paper that is single sided.  The backside is black. Since it's not very thick, I put double-sided adhesive on the back and then put a layer of #110 True Black Cardstock on that.  I ran it through my Cuttlebug with the embossing mat to sandwich it together nicely.  This made it nice and thick so the embossed detail shows up nicely.


I die cut the little sprigs from gold cardstock and glued them in place.  This takes a little time because the Washi on top of the Cardstock is a slicker surface than paper, so just be sure to let everything dry before you start trying to embellish them.  Once they were dry, I added red foil sequins, letting them dry before adding a gem to the center of each sequin.  This makes it look like little berries with highlights!  Don't you just love it?

I also used this Washi Tape for a few cards made with Birch Press Designs layering dies.  These are simple, straightforward designs that require nothing special whatsoever. 


This card uses the Radiant Ornament set of dies from Birch Press Design.  I added the Washi Tape to Vintage Jadeite cardstock.  Then I die cut the panel with the largest Rectangle Basics Die for those crisp, clean edges.


The ornament layers are Gold Foil, Pale Peony, and White on top.  The white and pink were both misted with a healthy amount of Sheer Shimmer Mist and allowed to dry before die cutting it.


This card features the Stargazer Dies from Birch Press Designs.  I love this pattern and in fact, I have a quilt in this pattern.  This was done in Gold Foil, Red and Green Glitter Cardstock from Simon Says Stamp.


Simon Says Stamp has a very nice Glitter Cardstock that comes in a variety of colors.  I started with the sample pack last year and quickly got all of my favorite colors in the 6 sheet packs.  The sheets are 6 x 6 inches and the glitter does not come off, even after being die-cut.


These cards all feature Shimmer, Metallic, Foiled or Glitter Cardstock for the focal image.  I'll have the supplies linked below for you. This card uses Abyss Curious Metallic Cardstock for the background panel.  The next layer up is Pinefeather Cardstock with Shimmer Burst Washi Tape on top. For the Nativity Star, I used the bottom layer of the die set (Die D) and embossed it into gold foiled card stock, then just cut it by hand to be my background layer. On top of that is Layer D cut from Emerald Glitter Cardstock. Next is Layer C cut in Abyss Cardstock, then Layers A and B are cut from the same Gold Metallic Cardstock.  This is my favorite of the group and the one I think is the most Art Deco-styled.  Don't you just love this one?


It's been so much fun playing with all of these dies and bringing you the 2019 Twelve Days Of Holiday Cards featuring Memory Box, Birch Press Design, and Poppy Stamps products.  Memory Box generously gave me 12 dies to give away - one for each day.

There are two Birch Press Designs Washi Tape styles available still at Simon Says Stamp, but I think when it is sold out, you won't be able to get it again.  This is your last chance to comment for your chance to win one of the 12 dies.  The supplies I've used are linked below for your convenience.  Thank you to everyone who joined me during the 2019 Twelve Days of Holiday Cards!  I'll still have a few more cards for you in the next month before Christmas.

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