Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Happy summer card with Two Paper Divas

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my last July post for Two Paper Divas!
This time I made a very colorful summer card with DCWV  papers and TPD gorgeous stamp sets.
 The Tulip Bucket Bouquet was stamped, heat embossed, colored with watercolors and hand cut.
The sentiment from Melon Love stamp set  was stamped over patterned paper and heat embossed too.
 I used  dies to make all the layers and the ticker matting for the sentiment.
I really hope that you like my colorful card!

I also enter this to some web challenges:
Lots of layers for Dare2BArtzy

Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Inspired by Stamping July stamp release: Sending You & Van Life

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to our Inspired by Stamping July stamps release.
You can see the full release post for today in Inspired by Stamping blog.
Each day we are going to share one of more stamp sets from this release and for some I even made full written tutorials as for this first set that is called Van Life.

Product list
Cardstock- Canvas Corp,Stamps- Inspired by stamping,Dies- Sizzix, Chipboards- Scrapmatts,Ink- Ranger, Embossing Powder- WOW! Embossing Powders, Markers- Zig Real Brush
How to make this card: 1.Die cut the red cardstock base (Canvas Corp) with Sizzix die and add black second die cut layer using the same dies set. Add a patterned cardstock horizontal strip as shown.
2. Die cut two labels with the same Sizzix set and glue them over the card top with 3d foam glue. Stamp the old van with Inspired by Stamping stamp using black pigmented ink and heat emboss with clear embossing powder.
3. Hand cut the stamped van and color with Zip Real Brushes. Glue it over the card with 3d foam glue as shown.
4. Stamp the sentiment with black permanent ink (Inspired by Stamping). Die cut the sentiment and glue it over the card. Add a few black rhinestones as shown.

And this is my fancy tag made with the second stamp set for this release: Sending love.
To tutorial was made for this tag, but I made the stamping with clear embossing ink and gold embossing powder.All cardstock is from DCWV and  the dies are from Sizzix and Marianne designs.The gold rub- ons are my very favorite BoBunny product.

I hope you like our first two sets from this new release and come back tomorrow for more showcases of new set stamps.
And remember- when you comment on our posts you have a chance to win $20 GC each and every release day!

Monday, 25 July 2016

You make me happy double tag with Honey Bee stamps

Hello my dear crafty friends!
Irit is here again and this time with my altered Mixed Media double tag made with Honey Bee stamps.
I love tags! I think those small art pieces are gorgeous and you can make then combined of two or even more tags one over another for the depth and texture.
So this tag was made with actually two separate tags that were connected then one over another.
So the backgrounds and the texture were made with Tando stencils, DecoArt texture paste and a lot, really a lot of DecoArt paints and mists.
After those tags were totally dry I wanted to stamp with Honey Bee stamps over and it was Mission Impossible as the texture was so massive and I had no free space to stamp.
But wait! There is a great way to add stamping over texture when you make your Mixed Media art and it is to stamp over white tissue paper with permanent ink and to glue the whole tissue piece over the creases with gel medium.
So easy to do and so effective!
And that was what I did: I stamped Honey Bee HAPPY EVERYTHING sentiment over the tissue and glued it in the middle of the textured clock.
Then I added a few stamped flowers with the same ink, but directly on the tags using Honey Bee Color My World flowers and embellished with a few wooden elements.
This tag can be a good one for men in our lives too: colors are not too girly and yes, they can  make us happy sometimes!

And if you want to see more of my art you can follow me over my Instagram account @iritshalom2000!
I enter this to a couple of web challenges too:
Things to alter- finally I used their products too and thanks!

Saturday, 23 July 2016

Rubber Dance ATC tutorial

Hello my dear friends! Irit from International design team is here  and  I welcome to my Rubber Dance  tutorial.
Today I am going to share an ATC trio made with the new Rubber Dance stamps.
 Those new stamps are just perfect for the ATC size and it was just fun to make all three ATC cards at once in a very similar way.
So here is my step by step tutorial:
1. Stamp 3 vintage ads stamps from Vintage Ads new set with clear embossing ink and heat emboss with white embossing powder.
Sorry, i just forgot to take the  photo of this step, but it's easy to follow even without the photo.
2. Mist all three cards with  Tattered Angels mists and add a bit of Glam paint. This paint is very watery and reacts just like mists.
Let your cards dry.

3.Stamp butterflies, a bee  and  a dragonfly over white cardstock using clear embossing ink and black embossing powder.I used the following Rubber Dance stamps: Bee, Dragonfly and Butterflies from Antique Botanicals.

4. Hand cut the stamped and heat embossed images and paint them with High Impact paints (very similar to Silk Acrylics).
Glue the hand cut insects over the ATC cards  totally randomly.

5. Add Tim Holtz saying stickers over the cards and ink the edges with red  and teal paints as shown.

Friday, 22 July 2016

Tando and Stampendous blog hop: My Steampunk love ATCs

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to our 
Tando and Stampendous Mixed Media blog hop.
Both teams were sharing their personal posts on the company blog for this entire week and you are welcome to see those posts on Tando blog and Stampendous blog.

But today is a day and this is HOP you were waiting for!
Lots of prizes to win and you just need to comment to maybe be one of our lucky winners.
We have three! prize packages fro our lucky commenters

So if you came from Jamie Martin's blog you are on the right way. And if not- please go to Stampendous blog and find your way to my blog again.

And this is what I made for this hop today: ATC trion made with Tando ATC BLANKS and chipboards and a lot of Stampenous stamps and embossing powders. What a great combo of those two companies! This is a totally WIN- WIN situation what you combine their products together and add DecoArt paints and mediums from the Media Line!
And all of those products can be found in Tando shop!
So here is my Steampunk ATC trio all together:

And now I am going to show you each ATC, also they all were made in the very same style:
Each blank was covered with gesso and them I stamped with Stampendous stamps using clear embossing ink and heat embossed it with Stampendous heat embossing  products. I used stamps from 4 sets,all from Andy Skinners' line: Curiosity set, Industrial set,Steampunk set and Toxic set.

All heat embossing was made with Stampendous Bronze Jewel kit and Spoonful of Rust kit.

I hope you liked my small pieces of art and now go to your next stop: Louise Healy
And remember- you need to comment on each stop to WIN!

Thursday, 21 July 2016

Live to create and Create ot live art tag

Hello my dear crtfty friends and welcome to my very first post made for Susan K. Weckesser blog.
This month we, the designers, were asked to make something with houses. So this is my first post for the theme and I just decided to make a nice and creative tag.
Here is a small tutorial I made for you.
1. Make the basic Kraft cardstock tag and add the second tag, a bit smaller size, made from Susan K. Weckesser cardstock named Color Burst.
 the edges with Susan's new Clearsnap Color Pop Mini inks. On this photo I used the Ice one, but later I added the Kiss ink too.
Glue the cardstock tag over the Kraft one and make a hole on the top for the ribbons.

2. Stamp some flowers with Susan's  Unity Celebration of Simple stamp . This set includes 4 flags, but I just wanted the  flowers for this tag. I used Susan's Color Pop Mini Mystery Archival Dye ink  and I didn't try to make the nice stamping as this is just a background add- ons to the patterned cardstock.

3. Mask Tando flat house shaped chipboards with some tape (washi or painter's one, whatever you have) and stamp the lines with another  Susan's stamp from the same  Celebration of Simple stamp set. This time I used clear embossing ink and heat embossed the roof lines with black embossing powder.

4.Cut two cardstock pieces from Susan' s Color Burst  cardstock (the back side this time) and glue them over the houses front.
Paint the roof of each house with Color Pop  Mini Kiss ink, ink the edges of those houses too and heat emboss with clear embossing powders.

5. From this step and on I didn't make any step by step photos as it's clear visible.
I hand cut two sentiment strips using Susan's Live in Color Tags cardstock and inked the edges with the same Kiss  ink.
The small doors and windows chipboards were heat embossed with white embossing powder and glued over the houses.
I also added the white chipboard fence. Both houses were  adhered over the tag and I added some hand cut cardstock  banners under the sentiment.

The double ribbon was tied on the top.

And yes- in my house I live to create and create to live!

I hope you liked my small tutorial and see you in a few days with another Houses inspiration.

Product list- non Susan K. Weckesser products
Kraft cardstock- craft shop
Chipboards- Tando Creative
Embossing powder- WOW! Embossing Powders
Ribbon- May Arts
Clear embossing ink- Tsukineco
Heat gun

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Thanks a melon card with Two Paper Divas

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new post made for Two Paper Divas.
This time it's a Summer kind of a card made with the new TPD Melon Love  stamp set both images and a sentiment and colored with watercolors. I used plain solid cardstock that was die cut to make this card and made the circle shape sentiment with Die Versions dies. The smallest possible  red rhinestones were added over the card to fit the watermelon image.
I really hope that you like my almost CAS card.

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