Thursday, November 16, 2017

Kennedy Grace Creations Inspiring Kindness

Greetings friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here with my second project for November with Kennedy Grace. I was having a little fun on my computer with my Silhouette software and designed this frame design, and used two of our stamp sets (Kindness Medley and Inspire) to complete my project.

  • First I printed this frame design on 110 lb cardstock with my Ink Jet printer. 
  • Next I used my Stamp Press and stamped the flowers from Kindness Medley in each of the corners, while also masking off the opposite boxes so that the flowers did not run into each other. I used Memento Love Letter to stamp the flowers.
  • My next step was to stamp the sentiment in the middle oval from the Inspire stamp set. I used Memento Bahama Blue to stamp the sentiment, varying the strength of touch to leave an ombre' look.

  • From here after all ink was try I went into coloring mode using my Memento markers to color the flowers using Angel Pink, Dandelion, Tangelo, Cantaloupe and New Sprout.
  • My final step was to cut the panel down to 4" x 5.25" and adhering it to an A2 base using Tear it! Tape.

I wanted to use some sequins on this, however the card is being sent to my daughter who is at Coast Guard Boot Camp and sequins and glitter are a big no no.

I hope you have enjoyed my project as much as I enjoyed making it. 

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Joy Clair Inspiration with LeeAnn

Greetings friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here with 2 projects using stamps from the newest Joy Clair release. Every time a design team package comes in the mail I get so excited to start playing as I already have visions in my head and sketched out of what I want to do.

The first set for this new release I used was Christmas Cocoa. This set is great with cups, mugs, cookies and candy.

With this set project I decided to go with a clean and simple card. Using a section of cardstock from BoBunny Christmas Collage paper pack I cut it 1" x 4.25". I then Stamped out the mug, cookie, marshmallow topping, candy canes, heart and individual marshmallows on Recollections 110 lb cardstock using Memento Dew Drops. Once I had them all stamped I cut using my Scan n Cut.
I used a section of paper from the same paper pack with a red start pattern, I made a banner flag. Using a piece of Recollections 110 lb cardstock I cut a smaller banner flag and stamped the sentiment Mugs & Kisses in Memento London Fog.
Using foam dots on the mug and Tear It! Tape on the rest I adhered all items down and my project was complete.
For my second project I stepped back in time to my teen years, tie dye, bright colors and fun. Records were still in style while making way for cassettes and this is where the inspiration for this project came from.
My background is created on Recollections 110 lb cardstock in white. I used Broken China, Worn Lipstick and Seedless Preserves Distress Oxides and had a big of blending fun, I then used my distress sprayer to get that spotted fun reaction. I then stamped out my images with my stamp press using Memento Tuxedo Black.

Kat Scrappiness November Challenge Entry

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here again with a card I made for the KatScrappiness November Challenge. Since I had my Neat & Tangled  "My Favorite Nut" stamp set still out and had already cut the little items, I figured why not put them to use.

I grabbed my Distress Oxides in Broken China, Vintage Photo and Fossilized Amber and went to work. On a 4" x 5.25" piece of watercolor cardstock I inked up the front using the Broken China. I then spritzed it with my distress sprayer and let it sit. I then inked up the area of the card base which is made of 110 lb Recollections cardstock where the hexagon would show from after using the die. At this point I took the Broken China panel and used my big shot to cut the hexagon Pop Out Die from Kat Scrappiness. I stamped the sentiment "I Go Nuts for You" and used one of the sign bars from the Sign Post Set from Kat Scrappiness and my Big Shot to cut that out. after having the hexagon cut, I masked off the area and added the Vintage Photo to the inside of the cutout.

I colored all my images using a combination of Spectrum Noir and Memento markers. All images are stamped using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

ABNH Entry November 2017 Neat & Tangled and Hero Arts

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here with my entry for the A Blog Named Hero November Challenge using Neat & Tangled and Hero Arts products, and CASing a DT member. I had a lot of fun with this project and hope it shows.

First let me say as I went through my stamp sets it was hard to figure out what I wanted to use, then I started going through the blog to chose a project to CASE and it all came together quite quickly after that. SO... I went back in time to December 2016 to find the project to CASE. That project came from my friend Donna's introduction post on December 28.
SO, here is the project I chose to CASE:

Didn't Donna do an awesome job?

So, seeing this I went to work. Using Recollections 110 lb cardstock I formed my base 4.25" x 5.50" A2 top folding. I used a postage stamp die to cut my first layer from Quick Quote Sonata paper pack, this pack really lends itself to Fall cards nicely. This layer is 3.5" x 4.5".
My next later is embossed with a Darice Wood Grain embossing folder. This layer is 2.75" x 3.75". Then we get to the fun part. From the Neat & Tangled stamp set My Favorite Nut I stamped the large nut/squirrel stamp with Memento Tuxedo Black. I then used my Brother Scan n Cut to cut it out leaveing a .04 border.
Using my Spectrum Noir Markers I colored this image. I used GB1 and GB2 for the lower shell. EB1 and EB3 for the upper Shell. EB2 for the Inner Shell. RB1 and RB2 for the Squirrels and DG2 for the leaves.
Once this was all dry, I used Memento Tuxedo Black to stamp the sentiment FRiENDS from the Hero Arts stamp set of the same name.
So without further adieu... here is my project.

Please let me know how you think I did.

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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Christmas in the Abyss with Skipping Stones Stamps

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here with my post using the Christmas Swirl stamp set (coming soon) from Skipping Stones Design. I had fun with this set and I will get busy here and let you know how I did it.

First thing I did was gathered my materials. While I actually used a digital image of the Christmas Swirls stamp set, this could have easily been done with the true stamp set as well. After printing the stamp set image 3 times with a laser printer, I used my Brother Scan N Cut 2 to cut out the images as I knew i wanted 3 of these Christmas ornaments.
I then cut 3 squares of Deco Foil Foil Mates to fit the images while allowing my Scotch laminator to warm up. Once the ready light was on, I covered the balls with the foil and sent them through the laminator twice.
Once they came through the second time I removed the foil to reveal these beautiful images. Using some fun pattern paper from my stash I arranged the ornaments the way I wanted them to appear as hanging from the pine boughs.
Using Tear It! Tape I attached the pattern paper cut to 4" x 5.25" to the 4.25" x 5.50" card base. I also used Tear It! Tape on the Gold, and foam adhesive on the Red and Green, I attached the ornaments to the base. Tear It! Tape was used on the sentiment and my project was then complete.
I have attached here close ups of each side of the card. I love how the detail came through the foil on all three of the ornaments.

Now, as I said this could have been done with the stamp set just as well. There is a great product called Deco Foil Gel. By spreading a small amount on an acrylic block you can use that to simulate a stamp pad, then ink up the stamp and stamp it on your paper, allow to dry. Once dry add foil and send it through the laminator.

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Thursday, November 2, 2017

Combing Stamp Sets with Kennedy Grace Creations

Greetings friends and fellow crafters, coming in a little late today with my post, but rest assured I am here. Lesson learned, no more having fun on Halloween when I should be writing my blog post.

SO, here I am with a project I made using two our the great stamp sets from Kennedy Grace Creations. I used the borders from the Vintage Tea Cup set and the sentiments from the Inspire Me stamp set. I hope my project today inspires you to the ability to combine sets and expand their use.

The first thing I did was I stamped the borders with VersaMark ink, this is a clear sticky ink that will allow for watermarking or heat embossing. I used Recollections Extra Fine Detail Gold Embossing powder which I sprinkled on the VersaMark, and then used my heat tool to set it. 
The next step was to set up my sentiments. I used Lady Bug Red Memento Dew Drop ink to stamp that. The Memento is a dye ink that will dry quickly. I took my photo and was pleased, I thought I was finished.

THEN, I woke up and decided it was not finished, I made 3 element dots in the upper right and lower left corners using Nuvo Crystal Drops in Copper Penny. NOW, with adding a red canvas backdrop my project is complete and I am quite happy with it.

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November Joy Clair Blog Hop with LeeAnn

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Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here with my project for the November Joy Clair Blog Hop

I had fun with this project and I do hope you enjoy it as well. 

SO, I went to work, and using the new November Release Joy Clair Color By Faith stamp set titled "Send Me", I went to work and came up with this little masterpiece. 

The process used to make this card:

  • First thing I did was using my Stamp Platform I randomly stamped the luggage using Memento Rich Cocoa.
  • I then changed stamps and stamped the little Passport using Memento Nautical Blue.
  • I stamped the globe using Memento Tuxedo Black.
  • and my last stamping was the airplane with the air trail in Gray Flannel. 
  • Once I had all my images stamped and dry I masked off the images using clear contact paper. 
  • Using a Tim Holtz stencil from my stash I tacked it down to my craft mat and used Vintage Photo Distress Oxide to leave the impression on my card panel.
  • I then removed the stencil and sprayed with Tattered Angels shimmer spray to complete the project panel.
  • Using Tear It! Tape I attached the panel to a kraft card base, used my Corner Chomper Crop-A-Dile to rounder the corners off and with that my project was complete. 
I hope you have enjoyed my project today, please be sure to leave a comment and hop over to the rest of the team's blogs and check out their projects as well. Blog is up next... the list is below.

Let's start the fun with the creativity and remember that we always have prizes for our readers and visitors that comment HERE in our corporate blog and in ALL the designer blogs during the hop.
Just leave your comments and tell us which is your favorite stamp set of this release!
Here is the complete list of The November Blog Hop:
LeeAnn McKinney--You Are Here

Have fun and enjoy!!!

Prize: One gift card of $25 from Joy Clair Store.
Winner will be announced on Joy Clair Bog on November 30.
Date of the blog hop: Nov 2
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Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Tape Technologies Opal Vinyl with LeeAnn

Greetings friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here today with a project I made using the Opal vinyl from StyleTech-Tape Technologies.
This vinyl is so awesome and I was so happy to be able to get my hands on it. I think it was the perfect vinyl to use for this project.
Let me give you a little back story, On October 24 my daughter was sworn in to the US Coast Guard and was swept away from the family for 8 weeks of Boot Camp. I am extremely proud of her, and this project is a gift for when she is back home. I hope you like it.

This first image is a collage showing the different colors this one piece of Opal style vinyl will put off, depending on how you look at it.
 This second image is the finished plate standing and this last is the finished plate laying down.
I LOVE these colors. I really hope my daughter enjoys this plate as a memory many years from how of that 8 weeks in Cape May, NJ.

I used an svg file of the Coast Guard logo and my Scan N Cut machine to cut the image. I then planned out the lettering in the Scan n Cut software and cut it, using the application tape I was able to move everything from the backing sheet to the plate with ease.

Thank you for checking out my project today. Please all comments are welcome.

Joy Clair November Challenge Inspiration

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here today with my inspiration entry for the Joy Clair November Challenge.
This image is what we were given to work with for inspiration along with the technique of using stencils. I hope you enjoy what I came up with. 

For my entry I brought out the "Fall Leaves" stamp set that was released in August 2017.

  • To make my project I first used a stencil from my stash and "Bo Bunny" Copper glitter paste on Recollections 110 lb white cardstock. 
  • While allowing that to dry I stamped the leaves using Butter Toffee and Rich Cocoa Memento Dew Drops. 
  • I used my Scan N Cut to die cut the images.
  • From that point I arranged the leaves in the order of the wreath and attached them together with Tear It! Tape.
  • The wreath was then attached using foam tape for dimension.
  • I stamped the sentiment using Copper Brilliance ink, and rounded the corners of the block with my Crop-A-Dile. 
  • My base is an a2 4.25" x 5.5" in peach, with a kraft layer of 4" x 5.25" and the final top panel is 3.75" x 5". 
Prize Alert!!!

We have an awesome giveaway! Enter for a chance to win a gift card worth $25 from the Joy Clair Store! The Winners will be announced on the Joy Clair Blog.

Prize: Two gift cards of $25 each from Joy Clair Store.
Winners will be announced on Joy Clair Bog on February 28.
Dates of the blog hop: Feb 3 - Feb 6. Comments until February 6.
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Monday, October 30, 2017

Happy Travels with Quick Quotes

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here today with my last post for October. Using the challenge theme of Memorabilia I decided to use a couple things from my trip to Ft. Lauderdale in September.  

I took Amtrak from home to Ft Lauderdale rather than making the four hour drive. I love taking the train as there is wifi, snacks, beverages and comfort. Not having to make stops along the way really makes it nice. SO, when I started working on this project I used my Canon Selphy to print the photos in 4" x 6" size. I really love this little machine, as it has a cartridge with the ink cartridge which is exactly enough ink for however many pieces of photo paper came with the pack. 

I love being able to send directly from my phone using the Canon print app. Once the photos is sent, the machine's screen says busy and it starts, it brings the paper from the carrier and first prints yellow.

It then sucks it back in and prints the red, then one more pass with the blue and the photo is complete. 

So, once my images were printed, I decided which paper I was going to use. My final decision was the front and back of Mulberry 103. I took two sheets of this paper and used one for my base and one to cut for mats for my photos.

While on this trip I took a day for myself and rode the Tri-Rail to Miami to spend the day with my Quick Quotes Team Mate Martha. We had a great afternoon/evening, and then I took the Tri-Rail back to Fort Lauderdale. That ticket is stuck in my coffee wrap. And I used the lower left photo as a pocket to hold my train ticket. 

I hope you have enjoyed my project today. Thank you for stopping by. 

Quick Quotes Items used:
Mulberry Paper Pack
Adventure Awaits Quotes/Phrases
Canon Selphy CP1200

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Skipping Stones and Kicking Cancer's Booty

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. I'm here today with a project for the Skipping Stones design team. This project is dedicated to the many men and women out there fighting this horrible disease called Cancer. I have had many family members and friends fight this disease. Some have been successful, some have not, some are still fighting and a tough fight was fought by all.

Using Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide I inked up an A2 size piece of Watercolor Cardstock. I then used my distress sprayer and had a little waterfight with my paper. From there I used my heat tool to dry this fun creation.
Using my Stamp Press I then used Versafine Onyx Black to stamp both the sentiment and boots stamps from Skipping Stones Designs Cancer Schmancer stamp set. Again using my heat tool only because I am impatient for things to dry at times.
Using Simply White Nuvo Crystal Drops I made 3 little drops at the bottom right corner and my piece was finished.

Roxanne, Fran, Uncle Ronnie, Aunt Carolyn, Uncle Jimmie, MIL Sharon and many others, This post is for you!!!

Thursday, October 26, 2017

October Inspiration with Joy Clair Stamps 2nd Edition

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here today with my second set of projects for the Joy Clair team. Have you ever had a stamp set just scream at you with how it wants to be used, and so you get started and while not knowing how it is going to turn out, you just let loose? Let me say that happened with this adorable set called Out of This World.

 From the beginning I knew the finished project was going to be a slider card with the rocket going from the Earth to the Moon, it can also spin around and come back.
 To make this project I used multiple colors of distress inks including Black Soot, Seedless Preserves, Wild Honey, Salty Ocean and Peacock Feathers, layers upon layers. Once dry I splattered with a mixture of white acrylic ink and water.
The images were stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black and colored with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers.
I stamped the sentiment with Versamark and used Recollections Silver Embossing powder and my heat tool to finish it off.
I used a Lawn Fawn slider die to cut the track, and foam dots and a penny to complete the mechanism. I will make another soon, and video the process, I am sorry I did not think to film or photograph it this time.
I used double stick tape to adhere the elements, and with that this project was complete.

My next project today is using Christmas Coffee. This set is a favorite, as it can be used along with our Ugly Sweater background set to design the mug, as well as the image with this set.

I had fun with this image, first I stamped several impressions of the coffee mug with Memento Tuxedo Black in case of error while designing. 
After using the Scan n Cut to cut it out, I put figured out which of the two mug designs I wanted to use. After going through my background paper I found this paper pack from Recollections I purchased in 2015 and had not used yet, and the decision was made for the design.
Using an MFT die and my Big Shot I cut a 3" by 4" rectangle from the background paper, then using a Spellbinders die I cut the 4" by 5.25" rectangle from cardstock. I then used two cross stitched dome dies and cut out of green and white cardstock and mounted them together with double stick tape. I did have to trim the bottom of the green layer in order for proper fitting. 
For the coffee mug design I alternated Cottage Ivy and Lady Bug dew drop Inks from Memento in order to get a true pattern. Let me just say I used 4 of my cup cuts to finally get one I was really happy to use. 
I adhered everything down the way I wanted it on the A2 base and then positioned the Merry Christmas sentiment stamps (I really do love that they are separate stamps in this set) and then stamped it with Memento Tuxedo Black. With that this project was complete. 

I I hope today's projects has given you some fun inspiration!!!

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Friday, October 20, 2017

Quick Quotes MY HERO with LeeAnn

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here with my mid month project for October. If you remember my first project I stated my daughter was leaving for Coast Guard Boot Camp, well time is getting closer and I made her a card for her going away dinner.

Using the Red, White, and Blue paper from the July Club Q kit I was so happy fellow teammate Martha gave me when visiting her earlier this month.

So, this was the wonderful paper that I had to work with, and trying to decide what I wanted to use was not easy. In the end I used the a pretty red distressed page as my to panel and cut a banner shape from a chevron piece. I then cut a white panel on which to stamp the sentiment which is from Verses Rubber Stamps.

My base is cut at 4.25" x 5.5" with the red panel cut at 4" x 5.25". I used Royal Blue Powderpuff Ink to stamp the sentiment. I adhered the red panel with Tear It! Tape, and the banner with foam squares.

I hope you enjoyed my project today, and please keep my daughter and her family in your thoughts as she goes through this rough time being away.

Quick Quotes Product Used:

July Club Q paper pack
Royal Blue Powderpuff Ink

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Otterly Great Birthday

There is a big birthday coming up in the next week, my granddaughter will be 1 year old on the 26th, so this card will be given to her.
Her mom has always loved otters, I remember vising the National Zoo in DC and she disappeared and that is where she went, granted she was right around the corner from where we were standing but dang, she was a week away from turning 7 and this mama was freaked out. SO, when this stamp set came out I had to have it, and finally pulled it out of my stash to use it for this challenge.

SO, here it is....

  • My first step in making this card was to cut the circle with my big shot and a circle die from Spellbinders.
  • I then used a stencil from Die Cuts and More and Bo Bunny glitter paste to make the water impression feature. 
  • Using Recollections 110 lb cardstock I stamped out my 3 otters using StazOn ink in Hydrangea Blue, Saddle Brown and Stone Grey. I stamped the 3 packages using Memento Angel Pink.
  • Once I had the images cut out I colored the otters using Rich Cocoa, Desert Sand and London Fog, and added a touch of Angel Pink to the ears. 
  • The card base is Recollections 110 lb, the top panel is from a Momenta Textured Cardstock pack and attached with Tear It ! Tape, the sentiment was stamped with the Hydrangea Blue. The water feather element is attached with foam tape, and tear it tape was used to attach the cute little otters.
  • The final touch was to use On Point Glue to attach the packages. 
I hope you have enjoyed my project. 

Friendship Blessings with Kennedy Grace Creations

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here with a project made for the Kennedy Grace team, I chose to make a fun water color card using the new Friendship Blessings stamp set and a few sequins from the Autumn Blessings Mix

The process I used to make this card is as follows:
  • Using VersaMark I stamped the image on watercolor cardstock.
  • Using Imagine Clear embossing powder and my heat tool I heat embossed it. 
  • Using Gansi Tambi watercolors from Kuretaki I painted the stems and flowers, choosing the colors in the Autumn Blessings mix.
  • Using Distress Oxides in Broken China and Cracked Pistachio I completed the background.
  • The next step was to add the sentiment which I did using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. 
  • After the project was completely dry, I used a white gel pen to add highlights to the flowers. 
  • I used On Point Glue to add the sequins to my project. 

I hope you have enjoyed my project today and will come back daily and see what my team mates have created for you.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

October Inspiration with Joy Clair Stamps 1st Edition

Greetings friends and fellow crafters... LeeAnn here with a post using two sets of Joy Clair stamps and a little fun I decided to have with them.

First up is October Fun, these little kids just really struck me when I saw them and I knew right way they were going to be made into goodie bags. We have very few children that come by on Halloween, last year was only our two great nephews at the time ages 4 and 1, and that was just fine with us, we got the leftovers :)

The first thing I did was to figure out with background paper I wanted to use for each little baggie.  
I used my Big Shot to cut 5 circle dies that would fit the sentiments.
After stamping each of the images and sentiments with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, I used my Scan N Cut to cut the images of the little Halloween Kids.
And then my Spectrum Noir Alcohol markers to color them. 
I used double stick tape to attach the sentiments and kid, as well as the topper to the baggies. I made sure my candy matched the images that were packed inside. 
I did change out the candy in one baggy, and then mailed them all off to a friend. They have already been received so I hope she and her grandchildren enjoyed them. 

My second project today comes from our Color by Faith line. This set is sentiments, and it was about 1am and I was talking to a friend online while thinking about what I was going to do, and it hit me. I made the card and then thought wow, is this too gory, then realized... it will not go live until around Halloween, and it fits the sentiment, so it will work.

The image is from the Silhouette design store, by Sophie Gallo. I purchased this image and never had a use for it. After opening it up in the Silhouette software, I made a few sizing adjustments and used the print feature.  I then cut the panel to the proper size 3.75" by 5" and stamped the sentiment. I then mounted on a 4" by 5.25" black panel, which was then mounted on an A2 base. 
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Monday, October 16, 2017

Skipping Stones Chocolate Insanity with LeeAnn

Greetings friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here with my first post as a design team member with the Skipping Stones Design Team!!!

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 In making my project today I used the Chocolate Volume #2 stamp set. I was in the mood for chocolate so this one really screamed at me. 

The steps I used to make this project were as follows:

  • I stamped the strawberry 3 times using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. 
  • I then used my Scan n Cut to cut out the image.
  • Using Memento Dual Markers in Rich Cocoa and Ladybug I colored the strawberries leaving them all different, one all White Chocolate, one mostly Dark Chocolate and one swirled. The leaves for the strawberries were then colored from light to dark based on the same. 
  • The background is from a DCWV paperpack called Sweet Stack. I was drawn to this as it just exudes different colors of chocolate in my opinion. 
  • I used a white cardbase made from Recollections 110 lb cardstock and inked the edges with my Memento Rich Cocoa dew drop. This is an A2 card base.
  • My topper layer is cut to 4" x 5.25". 
  • The sentiment tag is attached using a red brad.
  • The strawberries on the right and left are attached with Tear It! Tape. The one in the center is attached using foam adhesive.
  • My final step was to use Clear irRESISTible to color the Dark Chocolate and Strawberry caps to give that added element of pop. 
I hope you have enjoyed my project today. Please be sure to hop along and see the rest of the teams projects.