Saturday, April 4, 2020

The One with the Simon Says Stamp Blog Party


Hello everyone. Today I am partying with Simon Says Stamp for the #sssunitedwecraft Blog Party. We are using some past Simon Says Stamp exclusive products to create with today. Visit the Simon Says Stamp blog for more information about the blog party and to find tons more inspiration to keep you happy and crafting during this difficult time. (CLICK HERE!) to visit SimonSaysStamp.com. Use the hashtag #sssunitedwecraft if you make a project and party with us and your Simon Says Stamp exclusive products on social media.



I have two cards for you today. The first of which I broke out the stitching panel die from the March Lucky to Know You release by Simon Says Stamp. I first took a piece of Ranger watercolor cardstock and my Avery Elle liquid watercolors and went to town using the Cherry, Lemon Grass, and Celery colors. I used a wet on wet technique where I wet my paper first with clean water before bringing my watercolors to the paper. This technique allows the watercolors to blend together more easily. I used a different technique on the second project today.



The second project received a dry watercolor splatter technique to the background. I placed another piece of watercolor paper into my splat box and started to use the same three watercolors to splatter on the background. I simply picked up my brush full of watercolor and splattered it on the panel. Dipping my brush in water to regenerate the watercolor still left on the brush and then splattering again. Dipping the brush into the water to refill the brush dilutes the watercolor still left on the brush, bringing a different shade of the same color into the mix.


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I purposefully used a various amount of color concentrations to splatter the background. This gave me a range of colors even though I was only using the same three colors mentioned above. I used water to dilute the mix more and more before splattering the color.

After both watercolor panels where dry, I cut them down to 3 1/2 by 4 3/4 to prepare them for the next step.  I wanted to run both watercolor backgrounds through the die cutting machine using the Stiching Panel Die by Simon Says Stamp. This panel die cuts a gazillion holes the the piece and adds a tremendous amount of texture to the background.

Once the holes where cut, I thought about how many holes I actually wanted to come out. I wanted to show some texture by taking some of the holes completely out but also keep enough holes to hide my foam adhesive. The splattered panel was able to be popped up using thin strips of foam adhesive in the areas where the holes did not come out. The panel with less holes to hide adhesive was just added flat to the card base using liquid adhesive.

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Both card bases are made from Simon Says Stamp Fog cardstock and cut to size A2 and scored in a top folding portrait orientation.

I then cut the Crocus Flowers dies by Simon Says Stamp from Neenah 110 lb Solar White Classic Crest cardstock. I cut them several times to have plenty to work with. I layered the die cut pieces together on the "a little note" card using liquid adhesive. I cut the die cut four times and layered them together to create a focal image for my card. They were also adhered to the panel using the same liquid adhesive in the lower left of the panel.

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As for the sentiment on this one, I stamped the "a little note" from the Simon Says Stamp Just Because (Word Mix 2), but I used a smaller circle die to cut it out leaving no white border around the edges. This was popped up on the flowers using foam tape.

To finish this card off I added a few black enamel dots.

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For the second card, I added on of the crocus flowers flat to the panel on the left side of the card. I cut the "the world need more people like you" sentiment from the Simon Says Stamp The World Need wafer dies. I used a nice hot pink cardstock that I liked with the background already created. I cut the sentiment four times from the pink cardstock and layered them together using liquid adhesive. I used the same glue to adhere it to the right side of my card panel.

To finish off this card, I added a few coordinating hot pink enamel dots sprinkled on the panel.

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I hope that you enjoyed my card projects for you today. I hope to inspire you to create something. Remember to (CLICK HERE!) to visit the Simon Says Stamp blog and find more crafting inspiration over there.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog today,

Koren

Sunday, March 29, 2020

The One Where Arteza Sponsored My Lucky to Know You Retreat


Hello everyone. I have a different project for you today. At my recently cancelled Lucky to Know You event I had planned a super fun project using products by Arteza. The people at Arteza where kind enough to send us a ton of acrylic paint to use on a project and even though it was cancelled, I still want to thank them and show you guys what I had planned. You can easily do this project in your own homes. In times like these, a fun project like this may be all you need to lift your spirits.

With Easter approaching, I look forward to dyeing Easter eggs. It was a tradition done in my family for several generations and I continue the activity with my own children.

This project is along the same lines as dyeing Easter eggs only more permanent. I bought 100 wooden eggs from Amazon for us all to paint. Arteza sent us 4 boxes of acrylic paint to make sure we had plenty of colors to choose from.


After my event was cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, I made a new plan to get my kids in on the painting. They absolutely loved painting eggs with me. My kids range in age from 18 down to age 6 and all of them loved this activity.

We started by making sure everyone had a disposable palette from Arteza. These palettes come in packs of two with 40 sheets in each book. These disposable palette sheets can be used in or torn out of the book. They can be described as highly glossy non stick paper.

Once everyone had a place to put their colors of choice, we began to squeeze out colors which is easily done with the handy squeeze bottle the Arteza Acrylic paints come in. We made piles of pastel colors for everyone. We also used some of Arteza's Iridescent acrylic paints which give a metallic finish.


I liked painting mine fully one color and then adding some metallic accents to the finished egg. I tried everything from taping off a straight line to just adding brush strokes of metallic gold paint. I love the gold that came in the pack of 40. I also really like the green in the Iridescent set of paints.

We used the handy egg cartons to hold the eggs while they dried. The eggs that I bought have a flat bottom. I knew this would be important when we painted them as well as afterwards. Actually using the egg as decor would be much better with a flat bottom.



For the robin's egg looking eggs. I used a baby blue paint to cover the entire egg and once it was dry, I used the brown paint and a little bit of water to water it down, and sprinkled it with a toothbrush over the blue egg. I also did this with the pink and lavender eggs as well.

I did not paint the eggs with any kind of primer before taking the acrylic paint directly to these eggs. I did find that multiple coats were needed without using a primer but we didn't care. We had loads of fun slapping paint on all of these eggs and using our imaginations to decide what they looked like in the end.



I hope that I have inspired you to create something today. I have linked the Arteza products used on this project as well as the eggs purchased from Amazon. We used whatever paint brushes we had in front of us.

I want to thank Arteza again for sponsoring my event and this fun family project.

Thank you for visiting my blog today.

Koren


Thursday, March 12, 2020

The One with the Heffy Doodle Inspiration Hop



Hello everyone. Today is the Heffy Doodle Inspiration Hop. My card today uses the Purrfect Day stamp set and the I love you shadow die set. I guess I was channeling Hello Kitty with this one. I honestly didn't intend to but it is certainly Hello Kitty Flavor!

There is a GIVEAWAY associated with this hop. Heffy Doodle is giving away a Fifty Pound voucher! Comment on each blog along the hop to be entered in the giveaway. The winner will be selected randomly on March 19th and announced over on the Heffy Doodle Blog.


If you scroll down towards the bottom of this post you will find the official blog hop list.

I started this project with a piece of Razzelberry cardstock from Heffy Doodle cut to 3 1/2 by 4 3/4. I used the Heffy Doodle Kalidescope stencil to dry emboss the design from the stencil into the Razzelberry paper. I use my Spellbinders Platinum die-cutting machine to easily do this using the embossing folder sandwich.

To enhance the dry embossed design further I used some Distress Oxide inks. I used some ink blending brushes to darken the pattern left from dry embossing the stencil.


I then took the pink ink blended panel and cut three small alternating rectangles. Behind them, I used three patterned papers that matched well with the theme of the card. I used foam tape to pop up the panel leaving some space between the two layers.

I stamped each of my images with alcohol marker friendly black ink and colored them with my Copic markers. I have made a Copic Color Map showing the colors of each marker used to color my images.

The images were then cut out using the coordinating die set and popped up into place on the card panel using foam tape.


For the sentiment I used the I love you shadow die set from Heffy Doodle. I cut the shadow from some Simply Teal-lious cardstock and layered the word dies over it cut from Neenah 110 lb. Solar White Classic Crest cardstock. I cut it four times and layered them together using liquid adhesive. I adhered the shadow and word die to the panel using clear foam adhesive by Ranger so that it's harder to see.

The finished card panel was then added to a Simon Says Stamp Fog cardstock card base cut to size A2 and scored in a top folding portrait orientation. I used tear tape adhesive to do this.

Don't forget to comment here and on all of the blogs in the hop in order to enter the fabulous GIVEAWAY. Here is the blog hop line up...

Koren Wiskman (you are here)

I hope that I've inspired you to create something today. Thank you for visiting my blog.

Koren


Tuesday, March 10, 2020

The One with the My Favorite Things March Release Video


Hello everyone.

Today is an exciting day! It's the My Favorite Things March Release Day! I made a video sharing what I have of the release as well as a fun card for your squad!

You can check out more from the New Release over in the MFT Online Store as well as visit their blog for more inspiration. (CLICK HERE!) to go to MFTStamps.com and SHOP!

My card today uses the NEW Double the Fun stamp set and coordinating dies to create this soft child-like card. I colored my images using colored pencils to keep the child-like effect that the images portray. I've made a Color Map giving you all of the pencils I used on each animal.


Here is the video I made making this card. You can find it over on my YouTube channel.



I hope that I've inspired you to create something today. Thank you so much for visiting my blog.

Koren

Thursday, March 5, 2020

The One with the NEW Simon Says Stamp March Release "Lucky to Know You" Video

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Hello everyone. Today I have the wonderful pleasure of looking through the NEW Simon Says Stamp March release, affectionately named "Lucky to Know You". Great minds think alike I suppose, as my next event is also called "Lucky to Know You". Even though these two things are unrelated, I was excited to have the opportunity to share them both with you this month.

To check out the entire Simon Says Stamp March release (CLICK HERE!) and visit their website and blog to shop the release, and to find even more inspiration using the NEW Simon exclusive products.

I have a video showing the entire release as well as a few cards that I made using some of the products that were intriguing to me. I will leave a link to that video below.


Spoiler Alert!  The release is fantastic so, I made a few cards that I want to share with you here. Starting with this "he is risen" card made using the NEW Layered Tulips stamp set and CZ Designs "he is risen" die set.

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I took a piece of Neenah 110 lb. cardstock cut to 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 and loaded it into my MISTI. I love that the stamps are slightly longer than an A2 size card front which makes for the perfect fit for your tulips. I stamped the two stem layers using Altenew Parrot and Moss ink, and I stamped the two bud layers with Altenew Lavender Fields and Midnight Violet ink. The layers were super easy to line up and the result is a fantastic floral background.

I thought briefly about ink blending some sky towards the top of the card but ultimately decided not to and left it white.

I used some coordinating purple and green cardstock from my stash to cut out the "he is risen" sentiment from Simon Says Stamp and CZ Designs. I cut it four times and layered them together creating a nice chipboard like embellishment.

As for its shadow, I took the background panel that I just stamped with the Layered Tulips and cut it down to 3 1/2 by 4 3/4 and arranged the shadow die from the "he is risen" die set towards the center. I cut it directly from the background. I also cut it from a piece of white craft foam. This allowed me to put it right back where I cut it from but popping it up to make it stand out with a little dimension.

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I added my new camouflaged panel to a Simon Says Stamp Fog card base cut to size A2 and scored in a landscape orientation.

I absolutely love how this turned out and although the sentiment is a bit time consuming to put together, this could easily be massed produced for a lovely Easter card. 

I also put together a fun card using the NEW Spring Gnomes stamp set and coordinating dies. This card features the adorable gnome with bunny ears and the sentiment "i'm all ears" is just perfect.

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This simple card starts with a piece of Neenah 110 lb. I stamped my adorable gnome with Simon Says Stamp intense black ink so that he could be colored with my Copic markers.

I ended up paper piecing his beanie using some plaid papers from Lawn Fawn. In addition to the hat I also cut the heart shape from the set so that he could wear a little heart almost like a pin or broach. I used the coordinating dies to cut him out.

I took another piece of the same heavyweight white cardstock and cut it down to 3 1/2 by 4 3/4. I stamped the sentiment "i'm all ears" with the same black ink towards the bottom of the piece leaving room for my gnome above it. I popped him up using foam tape.

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The entire panel was then popped up onto a Simon Says Stamp Fog card base cut to size A2 and scored in top folding portrait orientation. I used white craft foam to do this.

I also have this fun bunny butt card that I made in the video linked above. I hope that you will watch the video and check it out. I use the NEW Bunny Butt Peek-A-Boo stamp set and coordinating dies to make it.

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I hope that you've enjoyed taking a look at Simon Says Stamps NEW March release "lucky to Know You". For more information about the release (CLICK HERE!) to visit the online shop or blog for more inspiration using the NEW release.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog today,

Koren


Friday, February 21, 2020

The One with the Neat & Tangled February Release Recap


Hello everyone.

It's been a fantastic week, and I really have enjoyed this release- the butterflies are so fun, and the geometric shapes are sure to feel great in any craftroom. I hope that you've been inspired to create something this week, and I would love to see what you made! The winners for this week's giveaway's have been announced over on the Neat & Tangled Blog, so be sure to (CLICK HERE!) to see if you are the winner!

The entire NEW release is linked below. 


Thursday, February 20, 2020

The One with the Neat & Tangled February Release Day Four

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Hello everyone.

Today is Neat & Tangled's February release Day Four. This is by far my favorite card that I created this week. I used the NEW Butterfly Beauties stamp set on this one and it was so fun to make.

Today is the last day for your chance to win a giveaway. All giveaways will be announced tomorrow over on the Neat & Tangled Blog. Comment here and there for your chance to win the entire NEW release. The more blogs you visit and comment the more your chances of winning increase.

(CLICK HERE!) to shop for the NEW release or to get more inspiration from the rest of the design team.

Don't forget that you can also save money by purchasing the entire release in a bundle, which is also linked below.

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For this card, I started with a piece of Arches Hot Pressed watercolor paper. I stamped one of the butterflies from the NEW Butterfly Beauties stamp set with Versafine Nocturne Clair ink and heat embossed it with Simon Says Stamp clear embossing powder.

I love the look of very loose water coloring. Totally out of the lines water coloring. It truly makes me feel free and it's so much fun. I used my Avery Elle liquid watercolors to paint my butterfly in a rainbow. I just started with the color Cherry and painted my rainbow from left to right. Using Lemon Grass, Fizz, Sapphire, Aquamarine, and Sugar Plum. After I completely covered my butterfly in color I then splattered those same colors across my card. lastly, I trimmed the panel down to 3 by 4-3/4.

As for the sentiment, I took one of the black pieces of cardstock from the NEW Neat & Tangled cardstock assortment pack and cut it down to 3 1/2 by 4 3/4. I loaded it into my Mini MISTI and stamped the "a friend like you is rare" using Nuvo clear mark embossing ink. Then I heat embossed it using Simon Says Stamp white embossing powder.

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To finish off the card I added the watercolored panel to the black panel using black craft foam and tear tape adhesive. Then I added them both to a Simon Says Stamp Fog card base cut to size A2 and scored in side-folding landscape orientation.

Some may say it looks like a mess. I think it looks awesome and I can't wait to paint something else just like it.

I hope I've inspired you to create with the NEW Neat & Tangled release. Make sure you (CLICK HERE!) to visit the shop and check out the blog for more inspiration from the rest of the design team.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog today,

Koren


Wednesday, February 19, 2020

The One with the Neat & Tangled February Release Day Three

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Hello everyone.

It's Day Three of Neat & Tangled's February release week and I'm playing with the NEW Geometric stamp set.

To check out the entire NEW release (CLICK HERE!) to shop or visit the blog for more inspiration from the rest of the design team. Don't forget to comment here and there for your chance to win today's giveaway, which includes the NEW Butterfly Beauties stamp set and coordinating dies. The winners will be announced on Friday over on the Neat & Tangled Blog.

I was inspired by some wrapping paper that I recently saw that was a beautiful medium gray with rose gold foil geometric shapes, and I started with a piece of medium gray cardstock cut to 3 1/2 by 4 3/4. I loaded it into my original MISTI and began to stamp the geometric shapes in a pattern. I used Versamark ink only because the technique I'm about to do is somewhat messy and will ruin your ink pad, so I keep this one just for this technique. Once the pattern was stamped I heat embossed it with Ranger Rose Gold embossing powder.

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I wanted to add embossing powder around the edges of my card. To do this I add my card panel to a thick piece of gray board to give it more strength. The gray board I use is from Tonic Studios in their craft perfect line. It's basically chipboard that can be easily die-cut. To adhere my cardstock to the gray board I use liquid adhesive and make sure I get a good coat so that the edges don't lift up.

Once the cardstock is firmly attached to the gray board I dip the edges into my Versamark ink pad that I use specifically for this technique. I get a good amount of the sticky ink onto the side of the panel and then dip it into a pile of embossing powder. I used the same Rose Gold embossing powder for the entire card. I dip the edges several times each and melt the embossing powder each time with my heat tool. This gives the edges a rustic finished look.

For my sentiment, I did the same thing. I stamped the "I treasure our friendship" stamp with Versamark ink and heat embossed it with the same Rose Gold embossing powder. This time I used some tweezers to finish the edges as to not burn my fingers with the heat tool.

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Once the sentiment had cooled completely I attached it to the panel using liquid adhesive. I used a Simon Says Stamp Fog card base cut to size A2 and scored in a top folding portrait orientation.

The photos truly don't do this card justice. The Rose gold looks great on the gray cardstock. I really like how it turned out but it did prove difficult to photograph.

I hope that I've inspired you to create with the NEW Neat & Tangled February release. Don't forget to comment for your chance to win today's giveaway. (CLICK HERE!) to visit the shop or to find more information over on the blog.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog today,

Koren


Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The One with the Neat & Tangled February Release Day Two

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Hello everyone.

It's Day Two of Neat & Tangled's February release week and today I'm playing with the NEW Geometric Dies and the NEW assorted cardstock pack. I love a good geometric set. They are staples that should be in every stampers collection.

To check out the entire NEW release (CLICK HERE!) to visit the shop or check out the blog for more inspiration. Don't forget to comment for your chance to win today's giveaway. Today's giveaway is the NEW Geometric stamp set and coordinating dies.

You can save money by purchasing the entire NEW release in a bundle also Linked below.

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I started with one of the white sheets from the NEW assorted cardstock pack. This pack is filled with Bazzil smooth cardstock in a variety of colors. I grabbed one of the white sheets and cut it to 3 1/2 by 4 3/4. I then grabbed the pinks a blues as well as the triangle from the NEW Geometric dies. I cut the triangle from each of the selected cardstocks and began arranging them on my panel.

After I decided on a pattern to use I then needed to stamp my sentiment. I used the "hello beautiful" stamp from the NEW Butterfly Beauties stamp set. I stamped it in the lower-left corner leaving room for my triangles. I stamped it with Versafine Nocturne Clair ink.

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Once my sentiment was dry I then started to adhere my triangles to the pattern. Some of them were stuck on using liquid adhesive flat to the panel while others were popped up with foam tape

The entire card panel was then added to a Simon Says Stamp fog card base using craft foam and tear tape adhesive.

I hope that I've inspired you to create today using the NEW Neat & Tangled February release. To check out the entire release (CLICK HERE!) to visit the blog for more inspiration from the design team or to shop the release.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog today,

Koren


Monday, February 17, 2020

The One with Neat & Tangled February Release Day One

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Hello everyone.

Today is very exciting because it's release day for Neat & Tangled. The NEW release is now LIVE in the shop (CLICK HERE!) to check out the entire release or to visit the blog for more inspiration.

There are giveaways each day of the release week. Today you could win a Butterfly Beauties stamp set and coordinating die by commenting on the design team's blogs and the Neat & Tangled blog. The more you comment, the more your chances of winning increase.

Don't forget that you can save money by purchasing the complete February release bundle! 

I'm playing with the NEW Butterfly Beauties stamp set with coordinating die. This stamp set features two NEW butterfly designs that coordinate well with the Moon Magic stamp set previously released.

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I started by stamping the Moon and Stars stamp in the background with Simon Says Stamp Fog ink. To bump it up a notch, I stamped just the center moon image with sticky embossing ink and heat embossed it with Ranger mixed media embossing powder in the color Bone. This embossing powder has flecks of white and black and even gold. It's perfect for a moon. I used a piece of Neenah 110 lb. cardstock cut to 3 1/2 by 4 3/4. I added this panel to a Simon Says Stamp Fog card base cut to size A2 and scored in a top folding, Portrait orientation. To do this I used a piece of white craft foam and tear tape adhesive. The craft foam gives the panel some dimension off of the card base.

I then stamped my butterfly image from the NEW Butterfly Beauties stamp set with Simon Says Stamp Intense Black Ink so that I could Copic color my image. I have a Copic color map with all of the markers used listed for your convenience. Even though I only used two colors. I enhanced my coloring with a Gelly Roll white gel pen and added some shading with a Goldfaber colored pencil.

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Once my image was colored I used the coordinating die to cut it out. I attached my butterfly to the moon background using foam tape. After it was secured, I bent the wings slightly to give them a little more lift up off of the panel. I added crystal glaze to the gem on it's back to make it stand out just a bit more.

At this point, I needed a sentiment for my card and I desperately wanted to use the "your friendship lifts me up" somewhere on my card. As I stared at my card, I realized that I did not want to add anything else to the front. To solve this problem I simply stamped the sentiment in Versafine Nocturne Clair ink on the inside of the card. This is always an option when you don't want to cover up your work on the front of the card.

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I hope that I've inspired you to create today using the NEW Neat & Tangled February release. To see more inspiration from the rest of the design team (CLICK HERE!) to visit the blog or shop the NEW release.

Don't forget to comment for your chance to win today's giveaway which is a Butterfly Beauties stamp set and coordinating die. Winners will be announced Friday over on the Neat & Tangled blog.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog today,

Koren




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