Friday, November 17, 2017

Happy Holidays


Hi and welcome back. Lisa from The Relativity of Paper taking over the blog today and sharing a few Happy Holiday cards featuring the Raisin Boat - Treemendous Stamp Set. I love stamp sets that give you loads of creative options and this one does not disappoint. 


Both cards are super simple, stamping with your favorite color inks and layering on patterned paper, easy peasy. You can use whatever color ink best matches your background paper. My favorite inks right now are Memento Inks, I've been using Memento for years and they never fail me.

Memento Dew Drop 12 Pack of Inks





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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

White Rabbit Herald Card

Good morning! Beth from Beth's Beauties here with you today. I created this whimsical White Rabbit card to share with you.
The stamp I used is Victorine Originals' Large White Rabbit Herald from Alice in Wonderland.  I stamped and heat embossed the image on white cardstock.  I colored in a few parts with red marker, but kept it very simple.
The rest of the card was built with coordinating patterned papers and rectangle die cuts.  Embellishments include red crinkled seam binding, a metal key, and red adhesive pearls.  For more details on this card, head on over to MY BLOG!
And now for some SUPER EXCITING news!  I submitted this card to Rubber Stamp Madness magazine and much to my surprise it was selected for publication!  It was such an honor to see that in print.
Remember, we have this Mood Board Challenge going on right now! Here is the inspiration photo for it. You can use the pictures, theme, and/or colors to enter.

I hope you have a wonderfully crafty day!

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Masculine Happy Holidays


Hi and welcome back. Lisa from The Relativity of Paper bringing you a masculine Holiday card. Let me start out by saying, I was really not feeling the Elk Silhouette In Snow Stamp BUT I grew to love it. Hey, I'm just keeping it real! It had nothing to do with the stamp and more to do with me. If you look at previous post by me you will soon understand what I am saying.  The point to my story, try something new, you may surprise yourself. I think this is one of the best masculine cards to date for me and it's really not that complicated. 


The first thing I did was stamp the snow globe, color with COPICs and fussy cut the bottom out. I stamped the snow globe again on white cardstock with Gray Flannel Memento Ink, colored the base of the snowglobe dark gray, masked the globe with post-it's, stamped the elk image using Distress Oxide ink - Faded Jeans. Add 3D mounting foam to the cut-out base of the snowglobe and position over stamped base. Add sequins to give it a faux shaker card look and it gives that beautiful shimmer all snowglobes have. Add patterned paper, layer vellum behind stamped image and adhere to patterned paper on cardbase. Stamp sentiment with VersaMark Ink and heat emboss using silver embossing powder.



 Elk Silhouette In Snow Stamp


Memento Dew Drop 12 Pack of Inks


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Sunday, November 12, 2017

Corn, Corn, Everywhere

Hello, and happy Sunday!

I grew up on a farm, so the love of all things farm related has been ingrained in me from birth. When I saw this stamp set from Raisin Boat (after I was done swooning), I knew I had to have it! Homegrown is such a beautiful stamp for all things farm! I most definitely plan to use this on some scrapbooking layouts in the future, but for now, I was inspired by the corn stalk.





Here in the midwest, I believe corn harvest is about wrapped up. We've seen so much corn lately, that I thought I'd capitalize on that natural beauty.

I started by stamping my corn stalk in multiple colors, even using some second generation stamping. Once I was happy with my arrangement, I cut an oval shape, and then an additional oval shape for matting.




I added some natural colored twine near the bottom of the corn stalks, and finished that off with a bow.

Inking the edges made the corn pop more off the paper; so I inked all the edges of the cream colored paper in coordinating colors.

I like the sentiment Heaven on Earth as I think it will make the card very versatile. I can see using it for many different occasions.




I added a patterned paper as the background on this 5"x7" card, and then I finished it with some matching brown brads.




Have you seen our new mood board? It's a beautiful one! Join in on the fun for All Tied Up.

Thanks for joining me today!
 ~Jamie, Doin' it the Wright Way

Friday, November 10, 2017

SumMore Fun Mood Board #15




 Mood Board #15
Happy Friday and welcome back, everyone! 

We can't wait to see your take on the current Mood Board. Remember your project inspiration can come from the photos, the colors palette, and/or the theme. 
Cards, ATC, Mixed Media, Scrapbook Layouts, Journaling, Planners are welcome. 
Please read the rules before entering!

Now, the winner of Challenge #14

Congratulations!
Marieke
  please grab the badge below to place on your blog, and email
sabrina@Victorineoriginals.com to claim your prize
Thank you to all who participated in our last challenge. You have until November 23rd at 12
PM CDT to link your projects. The winner of this challenge will Receive a $20.00 Gift Certificate, double if you use Victorine Originals or Raisin Boat products, to spend at the

Now onto our DT Inspiration

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Joy Shaker --

Hello & Happy Thursday Everyone!
DT Theresa here from Theresa's Crafty Creations
and it's my day to take over the blog!!!
YAY for me... 🙌


I thought I would show you a Wonderful
Christmas Shaker Card!





Super Simple CAS Style card! I'm using the Lovely Large Joy with Ornament
Stamp - I like that it covers a good portion of my card and that it has
 elegant handwriting for that extra flair!

I started, by Heat Embossing the JOY Stamp with Versamark ink & some
(Holly Daze) Embossing powder - It has a Red & Green
mixture in it - After I did that I cut out the center on the ornament.
so I can create my shaker circle -

 I used a Stitched Rectangle Die for a nice
bordered edge - I then added a piece of acetate and 
used some Scotch Dimension Adhesive to pop up
the backside so I can add my assorted sequins/beads

I cut a Circle out of a piece of Doodlebug Designer paper to cover
over my Shaker ornament Circle, then added more Scotch Dimension Adhesive
for the rest of my 4 x 5 1/4 white card front, so it would
sit evenly on my Hunter Green Card base - 





I added a few more sequins to the front of my card, just to
tie it all together - and I really like the classic look of it! 


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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Challenge Card ~ Answering the call

Good Morning,

Today is my day to take over the Victorine Originals Blog. Today I am featuring a card made with a Raisin Boat Stamp from the stamp set Family Circle 

I say Challenge Card in the description because I along with all my Design Team sisters were given this set and challenged by the owners of of SumMore Fun (the umbrella company that owns Victorine Originals, Raisin Boat) to create a fast, easy card or project that could be used at stamp and scrapbook events for make and takes. What is a make and take you ask? make-and-take is a hands-on activity where your attendees put together something they can take home with them to use and enjoy.  So without making you wait further here is my card. 









Card Recipe:
Started with a piece of pale blue paper from my scrap stash which I stamped the image with blue ink, then I die cut around it using a Sun die. I took some more scrap paper from my stash and die cut 3 banners and glued them to the back of the stamped/diecut image. Lastly I affixed the whole thing to the front of a pre made card base with double sided foam adhesive to make it pop off the card a bit, rhinestones were added to give it a bit of sparkle.

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Don't forget there is still time to enter your projects into our current challenge...
Head on over to the Victorine Originals blog and check out their challenge post. You have a few days left to enter your project/s that follow this theme. They do not have to use Victorine Originals stamps on them. We can't wait to see what you create!  
I look forward to visiting your blogs.

Thank you for visiting today and have a great day!
~
Design Team Member MaryAnn


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Monday, November 6, 2017

Burlap Thank you

Thank You
Burlap bag and Tag

Hey there crafty friends. I'm here taking over the blog today, to share with you this neat Burlap bag for a Thank you gift.
I also made a tag to go with it.
I used Victorine Originals Thank you Sentiment


Here is a close up of the tag using the same stamp.

I found these cute burlap bags and thought it would be neat to try to stamp on them.
So thats what I did.
It took a few times stamping for the ink to really show. Luckily I now have a stamp platform to help keep the stamp lined up.
If you dont have one, thats ok. You can also use a chalk marker or permanent marker after you stamp the image first to get it to brighten up.
For my tag, I used a pre-cut tag and covered it with a pretty paper Then added a smudge of fall color using ink.
I stamped my image on brown paper and added a few of my own handmade flowers and a cute leaf charm to finish it up.
For more details visit my blog @ thetigershaven.blogspot.com

Dont Forget
our mood board challenge
 thats going on right now here on the blog.
"Give Thanks"

Here's our wonderful mood board

Remember you can use anything from this board that inspires you.
Something in the pictures or a color.
Cant wait to see what you create! link up here.

Hugs
Amy

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Elk Silhouette in Snow


Hello everyone,
It is my turn to take over the blog at Victorine Originals today and when I saw this stamp set I knew what I wanted to create. For anyone who crafts you know that sometimes what you envision and what comes out are different things, but in this case my project came out better then I had hoped for. So let's see how it all came together:
I started with a piece of light tan card stock cut to A2 size (4.25 x 5.5)and stamped my image using versa-mark clear sticky ink and then heat setting with liquid platinum embossing powder.  I then colored the trees, snow and water area with color pencils.  On the top portion I used a craft knife and cut out the "sky" openings.  I placed a piece of acetate behind the windows I cut out and then covered the back with fun foam leaving the window area clear.  I found some chunky glitter in my stash and filled the window.  I then affixed a back piece on to my scene.  I then used a small palette knife and Moonstone Glimmer Paste and added some to the snow bank areas. Then I used some Translucent Jewel Drops and covered the water area. To finish the card I added my panel to a side folding A2 card base in Kraft.   I am so happy with how it all turned out.  


Thanks for stopping by, don't forget our current challenge, Give Thanks, is still going on over at the Victorine Blog come on over and join the fun.

See you soon!

Stamp Used:
Elk Silhouette in Snow