Case This Sketch #385 for the InKing Royalty Blog Hop.

Welcome to InKing Royalty’s August Blog Hop! During this year’s blog hops, we are enjoying a year of celebrations. This month’s projects celebrate Autumn Weather, so prepare yourself for projects that are filled with warm tones and beautiful nods to the upcoming change in weather. We are excited to share our creations with you today! After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

CAS(E) this Sketch # 385

When I think of autumn, I think of a real autumn. Leaves changing and falling, cooler weather, raking leaves then running to jump in the pile we just finished raking, etc. Those are just some of my memories of autumn on Long Island as a child. I miss real autumn days.

Fast forward to many. many years later. I can’t tell you how long it’s been since I’ve experiences a real autumn. Florida doesn’t have autumn. We have less hot humid days. Actually, nothing about late September through November reminds me of autumn at all.

However, I’ve been creating between 20-25 Thanksgiving cards for sharing on with family and their friends on that day. My hope is that we are able to gather this year, but right now it doesn’t look like it will happen.

I combined the theme of autumn weather with the Gilded Autumn DSP to create a card using the CTS#385 challenge.

Here’s my card:

Here’s the challenge banner:

Clean and Simple

Just like the sketch, I wanted to keep this card clean and simple. While the background DSP at first looks busy, the clean lines of the Mint Macaron cirle with gold lines calms down the DSP. I added a barely there scalloped frame to the circle to give it some definition.

Just about everything, with the exception of the Very Vanillacardstock and envelope and the Early Espresso cardstock, comes from the Gilded Autumn suite. LOVE this suite and I am going to have to get more of the ribbon combo pack and the DSP.

Can we just talk about the sentiment for a minute? It’s font is gorgeous! Absolutely beautiful font, as all all the sentiments in the Autumn Greetings stamp set.

Measurements with Directions

  • I used Early Espresso for the card base. It is trimmed to 4-1/4 inches by 11 inches, and scored at 5-1/2 inches. This card opens up.
  • The mat for the front is the Crumb Cake splotch DSP from the Gilded Autumn set trimmed to 4-1/8 inches by 5-3/8 inches.
  • I trimmed the top layer of DSP to 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches.
  • Next, I adhered all three of these layers together using the multipurpose liquid adhesive.
  • The Mint Macaron and Cajun Craze focal circles come from the Layered Circles die set. I used the largest circle and the largest scallop dies.
  • Don’t you just love to use a stitched shape of some kind for the sentiment blocks? That’s what I did with this card as well. After stamping the sentiment in Early Espresso, I used the medium circle from the Stitched Shapes die set. Then, I put dimensionals under the sentiment circle. These are the only dimensionals I used on the card.
  • I really wanted to use the coordinating punch set for something on this card. One of the best things about this suite is that the punches will punch out the same sized shapes from the DSP. So easy to create a card this way! I punched an acorn, a Cajun Craze maple leaf, and a Mint Macaron leaf and arranged them together. All three shapes are adhered together using the multipurpose liquid adhesive.

Small Wins

  • I feel like I should celebrate the mini-bow. As some of you already know, I am bow-challenged. I really struggle with them. They are not fun to create so much of the time, which is why I use square knots often. However, I created this bow using the gilded ribbon from the suite using the bunny ears method. The ribbon is a bit stiff, so I did manipulate it a bit to soften it up, even just a little bit. Bunny ears – who knew? I need 10 more of these bows for some swap cards I am creating as well. It took me some time because of the ribbon’s stiff nature, but I made them all! YEAH ,me!
  • I used a glue dot to adhere the bow to the Mint Macaron circle, per my daughter’s suggestion.
  • Since I now had two elements on the circle, I needed one more to balance it out. I used a small gilded gem and created a triangle with an element at each corner.
  • As I said, the sentiment is adhered with dimensionals.
  • For the inside of the card, I trimmed a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock to my usual 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches.
  • I used the sentiment from the Autumn Greetings stamp set. in Early Espresso ink, for the inside of the card.
  • Since I like to add some sort of interest to the inside of cards as well, I decided to use the pumpkin and little leaves from the same stamp set.
  • Here’s the inside of my card:

Finishing Up

  • I used Early Espresso to stamp the cute little pumpkin in the corner.
  • Time for the fun coloring. I wanted to have two colors for the leaves; Cajun Craze and Mint Macaron. The red rubber of this cling stamp set would make it a tad more difficult to get everything lined up correctly. Therefore, I used the Cajun Craze marker to color the maple leaves and the Mint Macaron marker to color the two middle leaves. Easy Peasy. I colored and stamped the leaves three times along the bottom. A perfectly straight line of leaves wasn’t my goal because if I missed, it would drive me nuts.
  • Again, I used multipurpose liquid adhesive to attach the inside Very Vanilla to the inside of the card base.
  • Finally, I trimmed a piece of DSP to 2-1/2 inches by 6 inches for the envelope flap. Then, I fussy cut it down.
  • The last thing I did was recreate the inside bottom border on the front bottom of the card.
  • With that I’d finished this card/envelope set. The recipient will never know how relatively simply this clean card set came together. They will just see a beautiful card, if I do say so myself.

Back to the InKing Royalty Blog Hop Information

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Jennifer Spiller at Westside Paper Creations. There’s lots of inspiration to be found in this group – and you don’t want to miss it!

Thank you for hopping along with us.  If you get stuck during the Blog Hop, please use this line-up as a guide:

  1. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  2. Sheryl Sharp at Sharp Notes by Sheryl
  3. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping
  4. Jennifer Spiller at Westside Paper Creations
  5. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  6. Shawn de Oliveira at Shawn Stamps
  7. Rachel Brumley at Artistic Designs by Rachel
  8. Robbye Hamilton at Miss Hammie’s Crafts
  9. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  10. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  11. Joanne Brown at Stamping with JoJo
  12. Sheryl Abernathy at Elegant Sentiments
  13. Robin Myren at Songbird Designs by Robin
  14. Linda Krueger at The Stamp Coach
  15. Pam Morris at Tap Tap Stamp
  16. Julie DiMatteo at The Paper Pixie
  17. Ann Murray at Murray Stamps Ink

As always, thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. I’d also love to hear what you think, and greatly appreciate every comment.

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

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A Tropical Two-fer for PPC385 and CTS#381

I always enjoy creating a two-fer card, and this one is no different. As a matter of fact, once I saw the tic-tac-toe banner for this week’s Paper Craft Crew 385 challenge, everything fell into place for Case This Sketch #381. When I sat down to start creating, the card just about created itself. I chose the left vertical column using the birthday theme, tropical feel, and distressed element.

Here’s my card:

Here are the challenge banners:

Timeless Tropical

Honestly, this DSP wasn’t a top favorite when it came out for the mini-catalog from January – June. Then I started seeing cards using the DSP and it really grew on me very quickly. I combined this retired DSP with the current Timeless Tropical cling stamp set for these challenges.

Even picking the combination of the DSP patterns went fairly quickly. Once I had those, the rest just fell into place, as I said before.

Measurements

  • The Soft Suede card base measures 4-1/4″ by 11″, scored at 5-1/2″.
  • I chose the Pear Pizzazz grass cloth pattern for the largest mat of the card. I cut the mat to 4-1/8″ by 5-3/8″. In order to achieve a distressed look, I used the large nail file I keep specifically for crafts to sand all four sides.
  • Next, I cut the tropical flower DSP to 3-3/4″ by 4-7/8″. There really wasn’t a special reason for this size, I just liked the way it looked.
  • Using the Soft Suede brush tip marker, I outlined and distressed the floral DSP piece. While I’ve used the markers to outline DSP before, I needed to achieve a distressed look so I wasn’t careful about just coloring the edges.
  • Cutting the Pool Party stripes took a little bit of trial and error to find what I wanted. Each stripe is just about 1/2″ wide and 4-7/8″ long. HINT: I’ve found it is much easier to trim thin stripes on the paper trimmer by using a Post-It note. I put the sticky side of the Post-It on one of the long sides in order to be able to trim it so thin.

Directions

  • Using the brush end of the Pool Party marker, I outlined and distressed both thin stripes.
  • I love the script font in the Timeless Tropical stamp set and happily used the birthday stamp for the sentiment. I didn’t want a bold palm tree on the left side of the scrap piece of white cardstock I used for the sentiment. Therefore, I second generation stamped the palm tree using Pear Pizzazz. Next, I used Soft Suede to stamp the sentiment. After cropping the sentiment using a rectangle stitched die, I added dimensionals to the back.
  • As long as I had the Soft Suede stamp pad out, I stamped the Rest and Relax, You deserve it stamp for the inside sentiment. I also used the Pear Pizzazz to second generation palm trees on the bottom, right-hand corner. The inside white cardstock panel is 4″ by 5-1/4″ and adhered onto the card base.
  • I also stamped the palm trees on the bottom, left-hand corner on the front of the envelope. Then I made sure to close the stamp pad and moved it to the side. I may or may not have had some issues with open stamp pads.
  • Then, I went back to the front sentiment panel and cropped it using the rectangle stitched dies. I put dimensionals on the back of the sentiment and adhered it to the front of the card. Since I wanted the sentiment to stand out, I only used dimenstionals for that for the sentiment. I used the multipurpose liquid glue to adhere all the other elements to the card.
  • After adhering a piece of the Pear Pizzazz grass cloth DSP to the envelope flap, this card/envelope set was finished. A very quick card!

As always, thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. I’d also love to hear what you think, and greatly appreciate every comment.

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

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Random Poppies for CTS#365

I created this card for this week’s Global Design Project challenge and the Case This Sketch challenge. Even though I missed the deadline for GDP, I will still include the challenge banner in this post.

Here’s my card:

Here are the challenge banners:

Some day, soon I hope, I will figure out how to get these images side-by-side.

Poppy Repeat

I’ve already posted a card with a random poppy pattern which I watercolored and embossed. You can find that post here. I also created a monochromatic card in Balmy Blue and Basic Black, which will be posted live tomorrow in the Make My Monday card challenge DT post. Please come back tomorrow to see that card, which I think is the prettiest out of the three. All three layouts are different even though they use the large poppy stamp.

The first thing I should have done, was cut down my Whisper White top layer to the 4′ x 5.25′ size. Just believe me here, cut it down first, or definitely before you cut the three pieces apart. Don’t ask me how I know.

I just stamped random poppies on the cardstock. Then, I cut the cardstock on my trimmer to get the three pieces. Finally, I stamped the blotches in the three color challenge colors, one of each piece. It really doesn’t matter that the blotches line up perfectly and I purposefully stamped them randomly.

I’ve been itching to use this gorgeous Petal Pink ribbon and have really wanted to try to make a bow with it. I didn’t even think I could create a decent bow since I struggle so much with making them. I have heard that I should use bunny ears to create bows. However, I just don’t get it. I really need a right-handed person to sit across from me so I can learn how to do it. After a few tries, and some rearranging, I couldn’t believe I actually created a satisfactory bow!

I kept thinking birthday for this card. I used the Peaceful Moments cling stamp set to stamp the sentiment. The layered circles die set cropped all three layers. Once they were together, I popped them up on dimensionals. The sentiment circle fit perfectly over the ribbon.

Finishing Touches

Truly, that was it: stamp, cut, stamp, put together. This card is so easy that, if I had all the cardstock layers cut ahead of time, I could put ten of them together in about 30 minutes.

All I needed to do was put all the layers on the base, which is Pool Party, and add a white panel with a sentiment for the inside. I used a piece of the Pool Party 6 x 6 DSP for the envelope flap, and this card/envelope set was done.

As always, thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. I’d love to hear what you think, and every comment is greatly appreciated!

Please stay safe, healthy, and isolated as much as possible. We were on Spring Break two weeks ago, and should have gone back last Monday. Instead, we transitioned to virtual learning and our “kids” start today. I have one daughter, but many hundreds of “kids” and I miss this year’s kids greatly.

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

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Honey Bee Bundle for CTS #356

I knew I wanted to use the Golden Honey Specialty DSP (FREE with a $50 purchase!) for this challenge. The first time I created a card for this challenge it definitely didn’t turn out clean. I like it, as did my husband, but it’s not clean.

The second card follows the sketch, is clean, and I still used the Golden Honey Specialty DSP. Did I already say this gorgeous paper is FREE with a $50 purchase?

Here’s my card:

Here’s the challenge banner:

Diagonal from DSP

Let me start by saying I love math. Love.it. That being said, it should have been much easier to create the diagonal DSP piece. When I finally wound up with a diagonal with which I was satisfied, I found that I was just a very tiny smidge off on the top, right corner. At that point, I had two choices: start over and try again or fix the piece I had. Of course, I chose fix the piece I had, and did so using the Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker. After I outlined the diagonal DSP piece using the marker, I glued the piece down using my fave, TomBow multipurpose liquid adhesive. I just needed to use the bullet end of the marker to color the smidges of white in the corner. Easy peasy, and definitely easier than starting over.

While trying to keep a definitely clean card, I didn’t even use the Subtle 3d embossing folder for the background. The sentiment banner consists of a layer of the Golden Honey DSP, although you can’t really see the pattern and gold foil. I cropped both of those pieces using the Banner Triple punch. The sentiment is from the Honey Bee stamp set and fits perfectly on the white banner.

When I stamped the sentiment, I stamped the beehive as well. I did stamp it using my Stamp-a-ratus to ensure a dark enough hive. The Detailed Bees die set made it easy to crop the beehive and the bees, which are on the DSP. I had the option of stamping then cropping the bees, but I chose the easy way to go by cropping the DSP.

Putting It All Together

In order to achieve dimension on the card, I used the mini-black dimensionals on the bees and the beehive. When I dry-fit the beehive on the banner, I realized I could place it so the gold foil shows through on under the entrance to the beehive.

One of the bees actually covers a tiny smudge of black ink. Happy accident. I chose not to pop up the sentiment so only the beehive and bees would hover over the card.

Finally, I stamped three bees on the front of the envelope and added a piece of DSP on the envelope flap.

I keep looking at the card wondering if I have enough to make it interesting. Then I start thinking “clean and simple” over and over. I need to just leave it alone.

As always,

Thank you so very much for stopping by my blog today. I appreciate your the time you take to read, and comment, on my blog.

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

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Little Ladybug and FF180 and CTS#354

Color Challenge and a Sketch Challenge

It’s always fun to play along with Fab Friday and CAS(E) This Sketch. When a color challenge and a sketch challenge can be combined into one adorable card it’s a winner.

Here are the FF180 and CTS#354 challenge banners:

Just a thought – I wish I could figure out how to post side-by-side pictures with this updated version of WordPress. Just saying.

Here’s my card:

Cuteness Overload!

When I first saw the Fab Friday color combination, I had a difficult time figuring out how to incorporate the Rococo Rose. I had my A-ha moment when I decided to combine Fab Friday with CAS(E) This Sketch! The In Color DSP for the 2019 – 2021 colors would give me the perfect strip of Rococo Rose, satisfying both challenges.

Since I knew from the start that I wanted to use the Little Ladybug cling stamp set, which is the host set Sale-a-Bration! Adorable! The large flower fit the focal panel perfectly. I just felt the need to add a ladybug tucked under the sentiment. All three stamps came from the one stamp set. So stinking cute!

I used Stamping Blends combos to do all the coloring. The stem and leaves are in Granny Apple Green, which I know is not in the color challenge. However, I couldn’t figure out how to use the three given colors in the leaves. I thought Granny Apple Green would be light and bright enough for my planned card.

Both the flower petals and the ladybug were colored with the Poppy Parade Stamping Blends. I used the Petal Pink Blends combination for the center of the flower and the face and arm, and leg on the ladybug. This bright red really pops off the Whisper White. Highland Heather provides a colorful backdrop. Doesn’t this color combination remind you of Valentine’s Day conversation hearts?

I stamped the sentiment in VersaMark on Poppy Parade cardstock, then used white embossing powder. The embossed sentiment exceded my expectations!

Adding a Bit of Texture

The Whisper White panels for the stamped images needed to have just a bit of texture. Therefore, I cropped the large white panel and the sentiment strip using the Stitched Rectangle dies. I cropped the cute as a bug ladybug using the Stitched Shapes die set. My next usual step is to use Stamping Markers to outline the stitches in the ditch, but I wanted to keep this card clean.

Finally, I ran the the background white panel through my Big Shot using the Subtle 3D embossing folder.

Putting It Together

Since I had the CTS sketch to guide me, I just lined up all my pieces in the appropriate places. I did a dry-fit for the sentiment and the ladybug, and thought I needed to find some way to ground and connect the flower, ladybug, and sentiment. Ribbon seemed to be the easiest way to pull everything together. I used the Poppy Parade textured weave ribbon tied in a simple square knot.

The sentiment and ladybug are popped up on dimensionals. I used glue dots under the knot of the ribbon, and as an anchor on the back of the base. I adhered all the other elements using the TomBow liquid adhesive.

To finish off the envelope, I put a piece of the In Color DSP on the envelope flap. I couldn’t resist using the line-up of little ladybugs on the bottom of the front of the card. Do you notice anything different about this line of ladybugs? Don’t tell anyone, but I stamped the first four ladybugs upside down. In order to make that feel purposely done, I stamped the middle set right side up, and the last set upside down.

As always,

Thank you so very much for stopping by my blog today. I appreciate your the time you take to read, and comment, on my blog.

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

Sale-a-Bration is Here!

Contemplating placing an order today?  Of course you are, especially because the Sale-a-Bration items are must haves!  If you don’t already have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I would be honored to work with you.  Please contact me or visit my shop to order the supplies for this card.

If you are ordering $150 or more, please contact me first so you earn all the Stamping Rewards for your order. Stamping Rewards = FREE PRODUCT!

If you are ordering less than $150, please use the host code,  DANAAUNT, when prompted.  I use the combined rewards for gifts for customers.

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Golden Honey for the Pals Blog Hop

Welcome to the Pals’ Blog Hop! We’re so glad you’re here because it’s “Time to Sale-A-Brate”! We’re showcasing our favorite new products from 2020 Sale-A-Bration brochure. You may be starting the hop here or coming from a previous Pal’s blog. Either way, you’ve come to the right place. You’ll find the full line-up below to help you move, or “hop” along from Pal to Pal.

Sale-a-Brate with Golden Honey DSP

If you haven’t seen the Sale-a-Bration catalog, especially the Golden Honey DSP, which coordinates with the Honey Bee Bundle in the January to June mini-catalog. Take a look at this gorgeous paper:

All the gold paper and accents are gorgeous! What’s even better is that the dies from the bundle cut out bees from the gold and Whisper White DSP! Winner, winner!

I created two cards for this blog hop. The first is for a beginning stamper and the second is for a casual or avid stamper. Both cards have the same basic layout, it’s just all the other “stuff” that goes along with creating the cards.

Here’s the first card:

Here’s the second card:

Using the Bundle and DSP

Once I picked the DSP, it seemed like the rest just fell into place using the Paper Players #353 sketch, as seen below:

I used the same DSP for the background matted by gold foil. In addition, I used the flax ribbon and large bees on both cards. Isn’t it great that these dies will work with both the stamp set and the gold and Whisper White DSP? Both cards have the oval shape cropped using layering ovals die set.

Both of the sentiments came front the Honey Bee cling stamp set. For the beginner card, I cropped the sentiment and gold mat using the same layering ovals die set. The “hello” sentiment was cropped using the Stitched Shapes die set. I outlined the oval using gold ink because I thought I had enough going on with the card without an extra mat for the sentiment.

The first card turned out clean and simple, which follows the CTS #353 sketch. Both the card and the sketch are minimalist formats. My upline, Brian King, designed the sketch, and his cards are usually beautifully clean and simple.

While following the same sketch, I added more embellishments for the more involved card using the Honey Bee bundle. The honeycomb gold foil pieces came from the honeycomb die. I stamped the beehive on Whisper White cardstock that I ran through the Big Shot using the subtle 3D embossing folder. Originally, I thought that the texture would be enough for the behive. When I was dry-fitting the card elements, I decided that I needed something more. I pulled out my clear wink of stella pen and drew lines across the beehive horizontally. I cropped both bees out of the Golden Honey DSP using the dies from the bundle.

As always,

Thank you so very much for stopping by my blog today. I appreciate your the time you take to read, and comment, on my blog.

Keep on hopping!

More inspiration awaits! Use the Blog Hop Line-up below to visit the rest of this month’s Design Team. My fellow Pals are excited to show you what they’ve created! Don’t forget to show us some love by commenting on our creations. Mark your calendars for Wednesday, February 12th, for our Art From The Heart blog hop when our Design Team showcase projects made from the heart for any occasion. Don’t miss the fun!

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

Pals Blog Hop Line-Up
  1. Mary Fish at Stampin’ Pretty!
  2. Su Mohr at Aromas And Art
  3. Jen Roque at Stamp Camp with Jen
  4. Denise Hoepfner at The Mountain Magpie
  5. Karen Hallam at Karen’s Stamping Habit
  6. Tricia Chuba at ButterDish Designs
  7. Linda Suarez at Lucky Dog Stamper
  8. Mary Hanson at Up North Stampin’
  9. Peggy Noe at Pretty Paper Cards
  10. Lori Pinto at LollyPop Paper and Ink
  11. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  12. Jennifer Michalski at Stamping Serenity
  13. Debra Simonis at Deb’s Stampin’ Grounds
  14. Lisa Ann Bernard at Queen B Creations
  15. Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom
  16. Stesha Bloodhart at Stampin’ Hoot!
  17. Katy McGloin at Just Fun Stamping
  18. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  19. Leah O’Brien at Ink, Paper, Stamps, Oh My!
  20. Debbie Mageed at Secrets to Stamping
  21. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping
  22. Pamela Sadler at Stampin Pink Rose
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Supplies Used

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Honey Bee cling stamp set, item # 151527

Detailed Bee die set, item # 151526

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Honey Bee bundle, item # 153792

Stitched Shapes die set, item # 145372

Layering Ovals die set, item # 141706

Flax Ribbon, item # 148764

Whisper White cardstock, item # 100730

Gold Foil sheets, item # 132622

Subtle 3D embossing folder, item # 151775

Wink of Stella clear marker # 141897

Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad, item # 147110

Dimensionals, item # 104430

Tombow liquid adhesive (my fav!), item # 110755

Very Vanilla Medium envelopes, item # 107300

Again, thank you for stopping by today!