Thursday, March 28, 2019

Robbies back!

Hello and welcome back. So my friend Robbie the racoon wanted to make another appearance today. 😜

Here he is getting up to mischief again. Seriously... I just love this little guy. He reminds me of my youngest son....always getting into some kind of trouble but then has that cute little "what?" look on his face.  πŸ˜‚

So, I got reallly into this card that I totally forgot to stop and take pics as I was going. πŸ™ˆSorry! Anyway... Luckily it is pretty straight forward so it's easy to just explain.
I started with a plain white 4.5X5.5 Panel of Neenah white card stock and I masked and stamped all my images onto the panel. Next I coloured all the images in with copic markers. (I'm not loving the way I coloured Robbie over there. I think I should have left his face a little lighter in spots so it stood out more. But hey! It is what it is!) When I was done colouring I masked off all the images and coloured the background with some distress ink blending. I used Pumice stone and Tumbled Glass. I added some water droplets and some foot prints. I stamped the sentiment directly onto the panel. I ran the panel through my die cutter with a stitched die to add a boarder. Ans finally I glued the panel onto a white card base.

And that was it. Easy peasy.
Thanks for coming by again. I hope you are having a great day wherever you are.
Tasha ☺

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Robbie the raccoon

Hello again. 
Todays card is featuring Robbie the raccoon from Technique Tuesday

I love how cute this little guy is, poking his head out of the garbage can. I know that no-one likes raccoons going through their garbage in real life. But in the land of crafting it's all good. 😝

For this card I stamped the images with memento tuxedo black ink onto 100LB Neenah white card stock. I coloured them in with copic markers. Although I have matching dies I opted to fussy cut the images out since I did not any white borders. I inked up a 4.5 X 5.5 piece of white card stock using some distress inks in pumice stone and tumbled glass. I used some water to create the droplets and them used a stitched die to cut my panel where I adhered my images to. I stamped some of the little footprints and used a grey copic marker to add some shadows to ground my images. I stamped the sentiment and adhered the panel to a kraft coloured card base. 

That's it for today. I'll have more cards using this and other Technique Tuesday stamps to share in the coming days. So be sure to stop by and visit me again soon. 
Tasha ☺ 

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Technique Tuesday - virtual birthday sale part 2!

Welcome Back!
Today is the last day of Technique Tuesday's  Virtual Birthday celebration.  
We celebrate everyone's special day in late March with a once-a-year special offer. To get 20% off your entire order, enter coupon code HB2019 at checkout! Hurry...this offer ends tonight (Sunday, March 24, 2019) at midnight PDT!

As I promised yesterday I'm back to share another card I made with the Sassy Birthday 2.0 stamp set.

For this card I started by stamping the dress and clock images randomly onto some water colour paper. 

I coloured all the images in with some Gansai water colour paints. I trimmed the panel down and attached it to a charcoal card base. I heat embossed the sentiment onto the same charcoal card stock with some vanilla embossing powder and adhered it to the front of the card. 

Thanks again for coming to visit my blog. I hope you like my card. 😌

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Technique Tuesday - virtual birthday sale

Happy Saturday! 
Today, everyone here at Technique Tuesday wants to wish you a Happy Virtual Birthday! We celebrate everyone's special day in late March with a once-a-year special offer. To get 20% off your entire order, enter coupon code HB2019 at checkout! Hurry...this offer ends on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at midnight PDT!

For todays card I used the Sassy Birthday 2 .0 stamp set to create this sweet birthday card.

I started by die cutting the windows and stitched scallop border from a plain 4.25 x 5.5 panel of white card stock. I then stamped my images onto the inner pieces that were left from the window cut outs. I coloured the images in with copic markers. I drew my colour palette from the colours in the striped piece of paper I used for my background panel.  I and then masked them so I could do some light ink blending around them to make them stand out more. I stamped the sentiment onto my top panel and coloured them in with copics too. I adhered the piece of patterned paper to the base of my card and then placed the window panel on top of this with foam tape. I glued the images into the windows. and I finished the card with a few pretty jewels drops.

Thats my card for today. Come back tomorrow to see how I used this same set to create another card. 
Thanks for stopping by and happy shopping! 

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