Monday, 25 May 2015

King of Steampunkland



Hello my crafty friends! Irit is here and this time I am going to show you my Steampunk creation made for Father's day with Makin's Clay products and Rubber Dance stamps . As you all most probably know, making masculine projects can be a pain. Most of us have a hard time with anything masculine. But then, Steampunk can be an easy solution for this hard situation and as I am a Steampunk lover, this was my solution for a small present to my husband.

Product list:
Makin's Clay White
Makin's Clay Roller and Cutter set- Roller
Makin's Clay texture tools- Set F- Gears plate
Stamps: Rubber Dance- Vintage Script
Molds:  unknown/ self made
Powders: ESF Copper, Blue 
Inks: Distressed Ranger
Alcohol inks: Ranger
Metals: Tim Holtz, other
Clock brad: Eyelet Outlet
Adhesive: Quick Grip 

Step by step instructions can be seen in this post in Makin's Clay blog! And much more photos too. Please visit the blog and see you soon!




Sunday, 24 May 2015

Art ATC with Rubber dance, Tando and Earth Safe Finishes

Hello my dear crafty friends!
Today I am going to share a couple of ATC made with Rubber Dance stamps and Tando masks and chipboards.

As you can see the theme of both is a vision of art or a Muse. So first I stamped those fantastic Rubber Dance sayings with clear embossing ink and heat embossed with white powder.
Than I made those eyes and splatters using Tando masks and Earth Safe Finish Texture paste.
Both pieces were painted  with distress inks and then I added a pieces of  Tando chipboard clock that was painted with Earth Safe Finish Chalk paint in Huckleberry cobbler paint.  The painted pieces were covered than with ESF No Voc Varnish.
Those are the stamps I used from Rubber Dance:
Collage mix- Muse saying
 Vision saying



Saturday, 23 May 2015

Dream love lo





Project Life sized cards are really a blessing for those who make Project Life pages. But  if you don't make this kind of scraping and still have a great cardstock all printed with Project Life cards, you still can make your classic scrapbooking page if you cut those cards and make your own, unique, grid background by arranging those cards one near/over another. And if those cards are these black and white colors, you can even make Wedding pages in no time. Add 
some trendy gold and you can make a gorgeous wedding page in just no time.

Supply list
Solid cardstock: Black by American Crafts
Patterned cardstock: Noir Mini Trim cards, Noir Crossings, Noir Vieux Rose by Paper House Productions
Die cuts: Noir Accent set by Paper House Productions
Stickers: Just Married 3d stickers, Believe Puffy stickers, Enjoy Puffy stickers, Explore Puffy stickers by Paper House Productions
Rub- Ons: Amazing Life by Paper House Productions
Pearls" Flourish with a Bling
Ink: Turquoise by Clearsnap

Step by step instructions: 1. Cut a 2'' strip of roses from Vieux Rose cardstock, ink the edges and adhere it on the left side over black cardstock. Cut a diagonal strip from Crossings cardstock, ink the edges and glue it diagonally from the lower left corner as shown.
2. Cut all trim cards, ink the edges and arrange them in a free style with a bit of overlapping over the page. Glue the wedding photo.
3. Add "Was the best day" and "Love is all you need" cards from the die cut set with inked edges. Rub two big sayings over the upper right card and lower right card and rub some diamonds and arrows over the diagonal strip.

4. Glue two die cut frames as shown. Add Dream Love puffy stickers' title, all puffy arrows and a couple of puffy feathers on the lower right corner. Ink two die cut roses and arrange the flower cluster with 3d stickers flowers. Add gold and white puffy leaves under the flowers. Adhere the 3d sticker rings over the lower frame corner. Add random gold and blue pearls over the page.






Thursday, 21 May 2015

This is what awesome looks like lo


This lo was web published in SG Create May issue as a part of PHP Colorways showcase using Create May sketch.

Project name: This is what awesome looks like
By Irit Shalom
Page intro
Making baby page with non baby products can be a challenge. But if you have great photos and add some contrast colors to your black and white products, it can make a lovely nontraditional baby page. And with some gold accents it makes this page a very trendy one too. This is also an easy page to make. All you need are a couple of punches to make the border, circle cutter, pink/ light purple ink to ink the edges and some accent dots, such as enamel dots  and pearls. Everything else are just the gorgeous PHP Colorways Noir collection' products and my own lovely granddaughter's  perfect photos.
Supply list:
Cardstock: American Crafts
Patterned cardstock: Noir collection by Paper House Productions
Die cuts: Noir Accent set by Paper House Productions
Rub- ons:
Puffy stickers: Explore, Enjoy,
 Punches: EK Success, Martha Stewart
 Ink: Prima
Pearls: Flourish with a Bling

Other: enamel dots







Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Happy Birthday tag with Two paper divas



Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new post made for Two Paper Divas stamp company.
This time I made a tag and used then very same adorable It's your day.. Enjoy  set all together.
I stamped with white ink over Kraft cardstock and heat embossed it with clear powder. Then I colored it just a bit with inks and white pen and added some enamel dots, flowers and a fun ribbon bow.
This is a very general tag that can fit almost anything: from Birthday, to graduation, to new job, retirement...
You name the occasion- this tag will fit. (It wouldn't fit the masculine receiver, but any feminine  will love those summer colors)
Hope you like my new tag and see you again in a week with more TPD creations!

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Rubber Dance 1 st anniversary blog hop: Happy Birthday Rubber Dance!

May 19 th- is a  great day! My dear daughter Ortal is getting married today and Rubber Dance stamp company celebrates it's First Birthday!
This blog hop is to celebrate the 1st year anniversary of the Rubber Dance Stamp's blog !
Each member of the Design Team have chosen 3 of our own favorite DT makes for this blog hop, and we will also let you know which 3 are our favorite single stamps. 3 seems to be the lucky number here, so there'll be 3 winners, too!

TWO lucky winners drawn at random will win the Design Team members' favourite stamps!

ONE additional winner who shares this gift giveaway on Facebook gets a €20 voucher (approximately $25) to spend in the Rubber Dance webshop any time she wants! Just tell Bibi that you have shared it on Facebook when you leave a comment on the main blog (http://rubberdance.blogspot.com/…/1st-year-anniversary-give…), and you're in!

To participate in this blog hop giveaway, all you have to do is to visit the blog posts below and leave a comment on all of them. It'll just take a few minutes of your time. You do not have to be a follower on any of the blogs in our hop, but you're of course very welcome to become one - if you aren't already.
Hop along and see the Design Team's fave DT makes and fave three Rubber Dance stamps!

I am so glad that I made their first ever design team. Since then I worked with RD products for the most of my " non stamps" DT-s and made a few print publications in Rubber Stamp Madness and Craft Stamper magazines using those gorgeous stamps and much more publications are on the way.
So today I am going to share three projects made with my most favorite RD stamps.
The first is this Dancer stamp that I used a several times and will use more  in the future.
This is a stamp you can win!

And this is my art piece made with this beauty!




 The second piece is this altered chipboard banner made with a lot of stamps from Travel set.
Incredible possibities  just open with this stamp set to make all of your travel art: scrapbooking, cards, tags and OOP pieces.
And here is my favorite Globe map stamp you can win!



And this is my art banner made with this stamp on each one of three banner parts:



And the last one is just the one you need for any Birthday!
So Happy Birthday dear Rubber Stamp and dear Bibi (the owner).
May all your wishes  become true!
This is this gorgeous Birthday stamp:


And my Birthday card with all my best wishes!



Monday, 18 May 2015

Bee Happy with IBS : Summer tag

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my Summer crafts post made for Inspired by Stamping company.
This time I made a stamped tag using a lot of new, just released last month Honey  Bee stamp set.


I made a yellow cardstock tag and stamped with black pigmented ink over it.Then I heat embossed all images and the Bee Happy sentiment. As I wanted to stay with this black and yellow colors only I colored some images with  white gel pen and I really love the result.
I added a piece of heat embossed chipboard and glued three more hand cut stamped bees over the chipboard.


Last, but not least, some ribbons were added on the top and even on the tag side.

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