Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Painting Eggs


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If you join as a follower please let me know I like to give a shout out so others can stop by your blog and say hello. 

I am tickled pink to introduce you to my new friends and followers. 

Lucy of Little Lucy's Handmade Cards,  Natalia of Natalias Craft,  Lainie of Greetings by Lainie,  Anesha of Crafting Queen & Sylvia of Sylvia Hobby Cards.   Welcome, thank you for joining and I look forward to seeing all your lovely creations.

Wow can you believe March is almost here, where does the time go.

I thought it would be fun to create a scene with the Easter Bunny painting eggs.  I die cut the Spellbinder oval in white and yellow card stock.  I then cut the yellow card stock in half and punched it using Drippy Goo (yes the Drippy Goo is not just for Halloween).  Next I coated the yellow piece with the Sakura 3D Crystal lacquer and when dry attached to top of white egg, I thought it looked like running paint.  

To create the ladder (if you have a ladder die use that) I die cut the Grand Chalet Window twice and cut out the inside, then cut the second outside frame in pieces that would fit across the opening.  Voila a ladder was created.

I used the Birthday candles to create the paint brushes and coated the tips with Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer.

To complete the design I added the punched grass and the rest of the die cut flowers, chicks, eggs, basket, bird, clouds and Meridian Border.

Materials:
Martha Stewart Drippy Goo & Grass Punch
Memory Box - Springtime Bunnies, Puffy Clouds, Forest Hummingbirds, Meridian Border (retired), Baby Chicks & Delicate Nest
Spellbinders - Classic Ovals Large (3-3/4: X 2-3/4")
Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer
Viva Decor Copper Pen





Friday, February 20, 2015

Finding Eggs



Thank you for coming by to visit my blog and a big thanks to you if you have the time to leave a comment and/or join as a follower.  Please let me know you stopped by, so I can be sure and return the favor. 

I am tickled pink to introduce you to my new friends and followers:
Murielle of Les Cartes de Scrapmumur, Michelle of The Messy barn, Pia of Pias Papir og Perler, Tracy of Tracy's Treasures & Lisa M(I don't see you have a blog).   Welcome, thank you for joining and I look forward to seeing all your lovely creations.

Today's design started with die cutting the Alder tree and coating it with the crystal lacquer and then sprinkling clear rock candy glitter.  It makes the tree really sparkle and also adds a little texture to it. (Too bad the picture does not show this)   I then die cut the girl and boy and coated them with the crystal lacquer and let dry.  I added glitter card stock eggs to the baskets and die cut the stitched hills.  I then just attached everything to the card frame. 

Materials:
Impression Obsession -  Girl with Easter Basket & Boy with Easter Basket
Memory Box - Grand Alder Tree
Lawn Cuts- Stitched Hillside Border
Spellbinder Matting Basics B (Purple Frame)
Assorted Colored Glitter Card stock
Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer
Range Ink Distress Glitter Clear Rock Candy





Saturday, February 14, 2015

2nd Panorama Egg Card With More Bling


Good morning everyone, well today my new carpet is being installed and I am hiding in my craft room so I am out of the installers way.  I can't not believe how sandy the old carpet/pad was when I was ripping it up. I swept, vacuumed and still there was sand. 

For today's design I thought I would try one more design with just a little more detail.   I formed the flowers with my stylus and molding pad and attached the tiny daisies on the outside of the first oval and then dotted them with a little orange Viva Decor Pen (I absolutely love those pens). 

I once again used mounting tape under the first two ovals to give it a little dimension. Next, I attached the grass in front, bunny and chicks.  On the third oval in the back I added the basket, bunnies, bird and flower stem.  Really you could make these Panorama egg designs smaller I just wanted to be able to get as much detail as possible in them. 

Thank you for coming by to visit my blog and a big thanks to you if you have the time to leave a comment and/or join as a follower.  Please let me know you stopped by, so I can be sure and return the favor. 

I am tickled pink to introduce you to my new friends and followers.
Danni's dreams , Cherri (stampnboomer) & Jackie (I don't see a blog for you).  Thank you for joining and I look forward to seeing all your lovely creations.

Materials:
Spellbinders Grand Ovals 
Memory Box - Baby chicks, Bountiful Basket, Evershan Branch, Forest Hummingbirds & Delicate Nest
Poppy Stamps - Chocolate Bunny & Fuzzy Bunnies 
Martha Stewart Grass Punch
Viva Decor Orange Pen
Scott Mounting Tape
EK Success daisy punch
Sizzix Accessory Tool Kit - Inspired by Susan Tierney Cockburn (This kit is a must for shaping flowers)



Sunday, February 8, 2015

Delivering Eggs (All White Design)


When I started this design I really was not sure where I was going with it.  I wanted something in all white, but they are really hard for me to photograph and get the pieces to stand out.  I propped up the Spellbinders Grand Labels Four with mounting tape to add dimension.  I started with adding the Grand Alder tree in the center and then the two Evershan Branches on each side.  If you own the Evershan die make sure you emboss it after cutting to get the raised pattern to show up.  I glued the Hummingbird at the top.  For the Chocolate Bunny I coated it with Sakara 3D Crystal Lacquer and Clear Rock Candy Glitter, that gave the bunny a textured appearance.  I then coated the eggs in the basket the same way and added a Delicate Nest before attaching it to the basket. 

Thank you for coming by to visit my blog and a big thanks to you if you have the time to leave a comment and/or join as a follower.  Please let me know you stopped by, so I can be sure and return the favor. 

Materials:
Memory Box - Woven Basket, Evershan Branch, Delicate Nest, Grand Alder Tree & Forest Hummingbirds
Poppy Stamps - Chocolate Bunny
Spellbinders Grand Labels Four ( 4 x 6" & 3 x 6")
Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer
Ranger Ink - Clear Rock Candy Glitter
Mounting Tape

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Panorama Easter Card


Greetings everyone, I have always loved the sugar panorama eggs I used to have as a kid.  So I thought why not try to create a card with they same type of shape.  I used mounting tape under the first two ovals to give it a little dimension.  I added some grass under the first oval and a few chicks. Then I attached the bunny and more grass under the second oval.  In the back I added the blue card stock background, flowers and the fun Easter basket.

Thank you for coming by to visit my blog and a big thanks to you if you have the time to leave a comment and/or join as a follower.  Please let me know you stopped by, so I can be sure and return the favor. 

Materials:
Memory Box Delicate Nest, Woven Basket & Baby Chicks
Poppy Stamps - Chocolate Bunny & Leafy Sprig
Spellbinders Grand Ovals (4¾ x 5⅞”, 4¼ x 5⅝” & 3¾ x 5”)
EK Success Daisy Punch
Martha Stewart Grass & Bow Punch
Viva Decor Orange Pen (flower centers)
Viva Decor Black Pen (chick eyes)
Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer (Bunny)
Mounting Tape
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