Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Gina K All You Need is Love

Welcome I have this adorable card using a stamp set from Gina K All You Need is Love.   I made this card before I went to Creativation and I have been nagging Gina on when this stamp going to release.  

To see how I made this card and how I used our new Cut-Align watch the video below.   Thanks for stopping by!

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Original MISTI
Super Magnets 4 pack
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Simon Says Stencils HEART MANDALA...
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Picket Fence Studios LIFE CHANGING...
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Gina K Luxury Thick Cardstock
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Gina K Black Onyx Cardstock
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Gina K Designs JET BLACK AMALGAM Ink...
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Ink On 3 Ink Pads, Juicy Clear...
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Brutus Monroe ALABASTER Ultra Fine...
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COPIC Sketch Marker R46, Strong Red -...
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COPIC Sketch Marker R89, Dark Red -...
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COPIC Sketch Marker C1, Cool Gray No....
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Copic Sketch MARKER C3 COOL GRAY Grey...
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COPIC Sketch Marker C3, Cool Gray No. 3
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COPIC Sketch Marker BG11, Moon White...
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COPIC Sketch Marker Y15, Cadmium...
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Pretty Pink Posh Sequins, 6 mm...
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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Team Tuesday with Giovana: Thank you for being there

Hello friends!
Giovana here today with a flowery card, I am dreaming with flowers and warm weather, we got a winter storm, snow storm, blizzard and everything else, in my 13 years living in this part of the PNW never experienced anything like this, anyways, I have snow to give away, lol.
So I can't wait to see flowers and warm weather, Spring is my favorite season and I can't wait for it.

Anyway, today I have an easy card, using your MISTI to full potential.
Love my MISTI, I use it in every single project I make.

Start stamping the Peony Solid Image on a piece of light pink cardstock in Rose Ink.
Repeat the stamping until you cover the entire panel.

Stamp Precious Peony on Peony Solid in Chocolate ink.
I used the panel that comes with the stamp-a-ma-jig to stamp the outline peony, the image doesn't fit exactly to solid image, but gives an amazing detail. 

Stamp the Being There sentiment on white cardstock in Chocolate Ink. 
Use your Cut-a-Align to get the perfect straight line.

Use the Chain Wave Stencil to give the background a little extra texture.
Add thin white tap and Gold and Dandelion Yellow Nuvo Drops to embellish.

Here is a look of the finished card.

Hope you like this project!
Have a fantastic day!

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Tea Tuesday with Ceal: Marbled Turnabout

Hello everyone,

Its Ceal, here today on the My Sweet Petunia blog for Team Tuesday.
Today I am sharing some cards I made using the marbled Turnabout by concord & 9th.  The turnabouts were made especially for the Misti's and I love using them. I made several backgrounds first and then turned a few of them into cards and still have a couple left over. I love having all types of backgrounds on hand so when I need card I can grab those, add to them and have a card in no time at all.

To create the backgrounds I started with the Marbled Turnabout stamp and the new turnabout jig with is amazing! they also have guides for all their turnabouts as well.  I made a couple pink ones, one I only turned three times, the other two I turned all four rotates but added gold embossing to one, this particular one I haven't made into a card yet. I used some grays to make a masculine birthday card, I also added some silver embossing on one of the turns. I haven't made the blue into a card yet either but I can see another masculine card stemming from it.

Here are three cards I created using the backgrounds

For the first one, I turned three times for the main background and four times for the square background and the three for the letters. For the "LOVE" I used the Love You So bundle also by Concord & 9th.

For the second one I used some gray Altenew ink to make a masculine birthday card. The greeting is from the Birthday Basics Turnabout.

The last card I used one of the background as a mat for this punny valentine, because it reminds me of lava sorta. The stamp set I used on this one is by Heffy Doodle

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Team Tuesday with Kia ~ Monogram

 Hello everyone! Kia here with you today to share this Monogram card I did using the new Cut-Align Rulers from My Sweet Petunia. As soon as I received the rulers I thought of Monograms. I am in need of a new craft knife as the one I have hurts my hands to hold. But, in the mean time, I decided I would do this card using what I had. 
 I have some pictures following my card that show the process of what I did to make this card. I am very happy with the outcome, and kept the card very simple. I think the floral and leaves inside the block K soften the letter up.
 I used Distress Inks for the stamping and die cut the panel with my wonky rectangle. I attached it to my pale pink base using fun foam.
 On the inside I also stamped the die cut sentiment, then brushed on pink ink.
 What I loved first about the ruler was that it was a full ruler of measurement. The Omnigrid ruler shown in the picture is what I used to use. But as you can see, it lacks all the measurements necessary for card makers. It is a sewing ruler. But it is made from the same material as the Cut-Align rulers. Heavy duty, manufactured to last. I used the inches side of the ruler as I needed to have exact measurements for my K.
 Once finished I transferred the K to some masking paper using Graphite Transfer paper, then I used the ruler to cut out the K from the masking paper along the lines.  I peeled off the backing and attached it to my card front die cut card panel.
 I picked some smallish stamps from various stamp sets and proceeded to stamp using different colours of distress inks until the letter was full. 
 I die cut "Just a Note" which I also stamped in different colours, then brushed on pink ink to finish.
 Using my ruler I aligned the sides of the die cut panel for a straight line, taped the ruler and glued in the die cut sentiments.
I then went back to the block K and added colour with my Distress Ink markers to parts of the stamping that had only one colour, which can be seen clearly in the picture below.
I hope you have enjoyed today's card, and wish to thank you for dropping by.

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