Sending Thanks with the November IRBH!

Welcome to InKing Royalty’s November Blog Hop! November is a time of gratitude and thanksgiving, and we’ve made projects that say “thanks!” to special people in our lives. We are excited to share our creations and hope you love them! After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

I’ve just about finished my Thanksgiving cards, but I’ve shared them in previous blogs. For this blog hop, I used the Splendid Day Specialty DSP for this fun fold card.

Here’s my Splendid Day sending thanks card:

Once I picked out the papers, I knew I needed a fun fold to showcase the gorgeous foils.  Enter Pinterest, where I found this easy card tutorial from Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom, which you can see here.  Part of what I really enjoyed about this video is that Beth shares her templates and it’s very easy to follow along and create a card with her.

Here’s my version of her templates:

 

Measurements:

 

  • The Fresh Freesia cardstock back base measures 4-1/4 by 5-1/2 inches.
  • The second pieces of cardstock measures 4-1/4 by 11 inches. For scoring, you can do it one of two ways. First, score this piece at 2, 3-3/4, 7-1/4 and 9 inches. OR, you can score at 2 and 3-3/4 inches, then flip the paper 180 degrees and score at 2 and 3-3/4 inches on the opposite end.
  • The Splendid Day Specialty DSP foil piece for the very front measures 3-3/4 by 4-1/8 inches. The second piece measures 1-3/4 by 4 inches.
  • The reverse side of the foil DSP is this beautiful floral Fresh Freesia lily-like pattern. The two outside pieces measure 3/4 by 4 inches. The piece for the very inside of the card measures 3-1/4 by 4 inches.
  • HINT: The next time I make this card, I am going to use 1/8 inch borders instead of 1/4 borders.
  • I trimmed a piece of the Fresh Freesia 6 x 6 inch DSP to 6 inches by 2-1/2 inches for the envelope flap.
  • I used scrap pieces of Fresh Freesia banner on the front and the white cropped piece the inside sentiment.

What I Did:

  • I would strongly suggest that you follow along with Beth’s video for the process to make this card. Her video would make so much more sense than if I tried to explain what I did here in writing.
  • The front sentiment and banner come from the Fond of Autumn bundle. I stamped the border in Fresh Freesia ink and quickly covered it in clear embossing powder, which I then heat-set.
  • Next, I stamped the sentiment in VersaMark and covered it in white embossing powder, which I also heat-set.
  • HINT: Don’t forget to swipe your embossing buddy over the cardstock before stamping. The group of tools for heat embossing can be found on page 49 in the current mini-catalog. It’s well worth purchasing the tools which will make your heat-embossing experiences much easier.
  • After I heat-set the sentiment, I cropped it using the Autumn Bouquet die set. This is the only place where I used dimensionals because there’s already enough bulk in the card.
  • The inside sentiment comes from Lisa Curcio’s $1,000,000 stamp set Charming Sentiments. I stamped it using Fresh Freesia ink on white cardstock.
  • Then, I cropped it using the deckled rectangles die.
  • Next, I outlined the white panel using the Fresh Freesia marker.
  • Finally, I tied a small bow using the Fresh Freesia ribbon. I was so thankful that it came out on the first try. I attached it using a glue dot.
  • With that, I finished this coordinated card and envelope set.

Back to the InKing Royalty Blog Hop:

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Renae Novak at Blessed by Cards. 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. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  3. Jan Dufour at Stamp Me Silly
  4. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  5. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  6. Marilyn Jones at Stamp with MJ
  7. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping <<—– YOU ARE HERE!
  8. Renae Novak at Blessed by Cards
  9. Sheryl Sharp at Sharp Notes by Sheryl
  10. Robin Myren at Songbird Designs by Robin

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It’s a Seasonal Sale!!!   November 15 – 18!

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Create more by spending less during the Seasonal Sale! Between 15 and 18 November 2022, select products from the 2022–2023 Annual Catalog will be on sale with the following discounts:

  • 10% off all punches
  • 15% of all stamps (Host stamp sets are not included in this sale)
  • 20% off all dies
  • 20% off all embossing folders
  • 20% off all non-specialty and non-assortment Designer Series Paper

With the season of giving upon us, this is a great opportunity to buy gifts for your fellow crafting enthusiasts, or to stock up on supplies for all your upcoming handmade projects. Remember, this sale is for two more days only! Don’t miss out!

Here’s a list of all the items on sale:

 

Again, thank you for stopping by today! Please take just another minute and leave a comment. I’d love to hear from you.

Say BOO! with the October InKing Royalty Blog Hop

Welcome to InKing Royalty’s October Blog Hop! Boo! Today we are sharing scary and sweet projects perfect for Halloween. We are excited to share our creations and hope you love them! After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

I’ve already posted all kinds of cards using the Kindest Gnomes bundle, and I’m adding another one for this blog hop.  Today, I combined a gnome with the Scary Cute bundle for my BOO! card.  I created a simple z-fold card using both bundles. 

Here’s my BOO! card:

 

Measurements:

  • The Gorgeous Grape base measures 4-1/4 inches by 11 inches, scored at 2-3/4 and 5-1/2 inches.
  • The two Old Olive panels measure 4-1/8 by 2-5/8 inches.
  • The Gingham Cottage Pumpkin Pie DSP (designer series paper) measures 5-1/4 by 4 inches, mainly because that’s all I had left of the paper.
  • The Scary Silhouettes die set was used for all the cropped pieces, except the gnome, of course.
  • I cropped the Gorgeous Grape and white cardstock using the Scary Silhouettes die.
  • The are three layers Basic Black frames adhered together with multipurpose liquid glue.
  • I placed dimensionals under the bats and the gnome since they would be placed on the open part of the z-fold card base.

Stamping, Cropping, and Coloring:

  • I used Old Olive ink and the trio of bats stamp and stamped them randomly on both Old Olive panels.
  • Next, I used a blending brush and Mango Melody ink on white cardstock to create the moon. After I punched it out using a 1-inch circle punch. In order to get it to fit in the corner under the frames, I used the open base die. Then, I adhered it under the frames.
  • I used the Momento Tuxedo Black ink to stamp both sentiments and the bats on the white cardstock.
  • My desire to save cardstock when possible gave me an idea for cropping the spooky house so it fits inside the frames. I found that after cropping the frames, I could place the house die at the bottom of the negative space from the frames. By sitting the house right up against the edge, the resulting cropped house will fit the frames perfectly.
  • I needed to make sure that I only adhered the left side of the the framed piece on the front. Then, I carefully placed the white cardstock under the framed piece on the front so the white wouldn’t show when I closed the card.
  • I used Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, and Smoky Slate blends combos. I created the lines on this cuties’ pants using my Old Olive marker.
  • Next, I used a Basic Black marker for the lantern and colored the “glass” using the clear Wink of Stella.
  • With that, I’d finished this adorable BOO! card.

Back to the InKing Royalty Blog Hop:

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Brian King at Stamp with Brian. 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. Renae Novak at Blessed by Cards
  3. Marilyn Jones at Stamp with MJ
  4. Ann Murray at Murray Stamps Ink
  5. Pam Morris at Tap Tap Stamp
  6. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  7. Katie Ferguson at Cottage Paper
  8. Jan Dufour at Stamp Me Silly
  9. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  10. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping<<<—-YOU ARE HERE

Thank you very much for stopping by my blog today.

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

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Have you started your Christmas shopping yet?

I did with the purchase of two of these NEW birthday organizer kits!  I actually got my delivery with the two kits on Sunday (yes, it was delivered on Sunday)!  YEAH!

Here’s an unboxing video explaining the kit contents:

 

 

I got one kit for my mom and one for my aunt, neither of whom get out as easily as they used to do. I’m in the process of making additional cards to include with this kit, that I will make for them before I give them as a present.

Again, thank you for stopping by today! Please take just another minute and leave a comment. I’d love to hear from you.

Autumn Wishes for the September InKing Royalty Blog Hop

 

Welcome to InKing Royalty’s September Blog Hop! This month’s blog hop is dedicated to leaves. As the weather begins to cool, the leaves begin to change colors and fall from the trees. We are excited to share our creations and hope you love them! After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

Here’s my leafy card:

 

The Fond of Autumn bundle made creating this card super quick!

 

Measurements:

  • The Cajun Craze base measures 4-1/4 by 11 inches, scored at 5-1/2 inches to create a tent fold card.
  • I also trimmed a piece of Cajun Craze to 4 by 5-1/4 inches for the background of the card.
  • The white cardstock panel on the inside also measures 4 by 5-1/4 inches.
  • The last measurement is for the envelope flap. I used a piece of Old Olive 6 x 6 inch DSP trimmed to 6 inches by 2-1/2 inches.

Stamping, and Heat Embossing:

  • First, I used the large floral/leaf/acorn stamp and Cajun Craze ink to create the background design on the Cajun Craze panel. Since I knew the very center of the panel would be covered, I just worked my way around the outside of the panel. I did rotate the stamp so that the pattern would appear more random..
  • Then, I used the Cajun Craze marker to outline the panel and added dimensionals to the back of the panel. I also stamped the bottom of the inside white cardstock panel and the bottom of the front of the envelope. Using a piece of scrap white cardstock, I stamped a small section of the leaves and punched out a 1-inch circle for the envelope seal.
  • I wanted/needed this to be a Thanksgiving card, so I used a (retired) Happy Thanksgiving stamp in Soft Suede for the inside sentiment.
  • Using a Versamark ink pad, I stamped the same floral/leaf/acorn stamp on white cardstock. In addition, I stamped three of the single leaves. Then, I added black embossing powder and heat set everything.
  • Coloring with the blends was a bit easier since the edges were all embossed. I used the Old Olive blends combo, as well as the Cajun Craze blends combo..
  • The acorn just peeks out under the sentiment, and I used the Crumb Cake blends combo for that acorn.

Cropping:

  • After I finished coloring, I used the detailed die from the bundle. This has to be one of my all-time favorite dies! Just look at the results, which come from another blog post, which you can see here.
  • For this card, I used the three pieces on the bottom of the first picture. In addition, I had three of the individually cropped leaves, to which I added dimensionals.
  • Next, I cropped the Soft Suede cardstock label using the Painted Labels die set.
  • I stamped the sentiment, from the Fond of Autumn stamp set, in Soft Suede and cropped it using a die from the Deckled Rectangles die set (another favorite). To ensure that the sentiment label would pop off the leaves, I outlined it with the Cajun Craze marker and added dimensionals.
  • Finally, I folded a length of linen thread in half and tied it in a bow. I added it to the Soft Suede cardstock label using a glue dot.
  • With that, I’d finished this coordinated card, envelope, and envelope seal set.

Back to the InKing Royalty Blog Hop:

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery. 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. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping <<— YOU ARE HERE
  3. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  4. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  5. Jan Dufour at Stamp Me Silly
  6. Marilyn Jones at Stamp with MJ
  7. Renae Novak at Blessed by Cards
  8. Jessica Atchison at Stampin with the Atchisons
  9. Katie Ferguson at Cottage Paper
  10. Ann Murray at Murray Stamps Ink
  11. Robin Myren at Songbird Designs by Robin
  12. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  13. Pam Morris at Tap Tap Stamp

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Back to School with the August InKing Royalty Blog Hop!

Welcome to InKing Royalty’s August Blog Hop! Can you believe it’s already time for schools to start back up?! The return to school after summer vacation is a really big deal for students, teachers, school workers and the parents who are left home alone. To honor this big event, we have created projects with a back to school theme. We are excited to share our creations and hope you love them! After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

Here’s what I created for Back to School:

 

Last month I had to explain my Summer Fun card for July’s IRBH.  Now, I need to explain how these cards fit with the Back to School theme for August.  I teach high school, and our kids came back to school a week ago today.  Our school colors are black and gold, and the mascot is a hornet. I mass produced these 3-1/2 by 5 inch notecards using the Gingham Cottage DSP (designer series paper) found in the current holiday catalog.  To create each of the hornets, I used the ladybug builder punch, black cardstock, and two sets of wings punched from vellum  cardstock  I handed them out to friends at school on the first day.

Measurements:

  • The Basic White bases measure 7 inches by 5 inches, scored at 3-1/2 inches to create a tent fold.
  • Next, I trimmed Crushed Curry cardstock to 3-1/2 by 5 inches for the front of the card.
  • I trimmed the Gingham Cottage DSP to 3-3/8 by 4-7/8 inches.
  • I cropped the Painted Label die under the hornet from Crushed Curry cardstock.
  • The notecard envelopes didn’t get any special treatment, mainly because I didn’t have enough Gingham Cottage DSP.
  • That’s it for the measurements. Simple, sweet, with a perfect sentiment.

The Hornets:

  • I started by punching ladybug bodies from black cardstock.
  • Next, I used a gold Sharpie marker to draw three lines on each body. Then, I went over the gold line with my gold Wink of Stella pen to add shimmer.
  • I punched two sets of vellum wings per “hornet” and added a light coating of clear Wink of Stella for some sparkle.
  • Then, I used the clear Wink of Stella pen to outline each “hornet” for more sparkle.
  • I cut one set of wings in half to be able to glue them separately for the top set of wings. Then, I added the bottom set on top of these. Since I knew I’d cover the center of the wings with matte black dots, I used small dots of multipurpose liquid glue to adhere the vellum.
  • Hornets have stingers, so I added tiny triangular stingers cut from black cardstock.
  • Finally, I added the googly eyes. Who doesn’t love googly eyes? Since I have more than 1, 100 of them, I get to use them as much as I want.

Back to the InKing Royalty Blog Hop:

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Renae Novack at Blessed by Cards. 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. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
    3. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
    4. Pam Morris at Tap Tap Stamp
    5. Marilyn Jones at Stamp with MJ
    6. Jan Dufour at Stamp Me Silly
    7. Jessica Atchison at Stampin with the Atchisons
    8. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping<<— YOU ARE HERE
    9. Renae Novak at Blessed by Cards
    10. Robin Myren at Songbird Designs by Robin

Thank you for stopping by my blog today!

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

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Red, White, and Blue for the June InKing Royalty Blog Hop

Welcome to InKing Royalty’s June Blog Hop! As we prepare for the July 4 holiday ahead, we are sharing projects that celebrate the Red, White & Blue. Not all projects will be patriotic, but you are certain to be inspired by all of them. After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

My hairstylist loves displaying cards I’ve made for her in her salon loft.  Her birthday is next month, so I made her a red, white, and blue birthday card.  She’ll keep it on display until my August hair appointment..

Without further ado, here’s my card:

 

Once again, I used the Sketch Saturday challenge for the layout of this card. I posted a Father’s Day card using this layout on Monday and you can find that card here. This red, white, and blue version came together very quickly since I already had the measurements figured out.

Here’s the challenge banner from Sketch Saturday:

Measurements:

  • The Real Red base measures 5-1/2 by 8-1/2 inches, scored at 4-1/4 to create a tent fold card.
  • I ran a piece of white cardstock through my cut and emboss machine using the brick 3D embossing folder.  Then, I trimmed it to 4-18 by 5-3/8 inches.
  • The Sun Prints blue and white piece of DSP (designer series paper) used for the first layer measures 3-1/2 by 3-3/8 inches.  I chose this pattern because I thought it kind of looked like fireworks.  Then, I trimmed a piece of this DSP to 6 by 2-1/2 inches for the envelope flap.
  • Next, I trimmed the red cardstock to 2-3/4 by 3-3/8 inches after I ran it through the Painted Texture 3D embossing folder.
  • The Starry Sky speckled DSP measures 2-1/2 by 3-1/8 inches.  Next,  punched a 1-inch circle from this DSP to use for the envelope seal..
  • This fun sentiment on the front comes from the Hello Ladybug stamp set. I stamped the sentiment on white cardstock using Starry Sky ink.  Then I cropped the sentiment and the red cardstock using the stylish shapes die set.  After adhering the two squares using multipurpose liquid glue, I put dimensionals under the red square.
  • I used the same die set to crop the red banner sticking out from the left side of the card.  
  • The inside sentiment, “Best Wishes and Happy Thoughts”, comes from the Nature’s Prints stamp set.  I stamped it using Starry Sky on white cardstock.
  • Next, I added red dots on the left side of the card and on all four corners of the sentiment panel.  
  • Finally, I tied a bunny-ears bow using the Starry Sky metallic woven ribbon and adhered it with a glue dot.

Back to the InKing Royalty Blog Hop:

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping. 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. Jan Dufour at Stamp Me Silly
  3. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  4. Pam Morris at Tap Tap Stamp
  5. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping <<— YOU ARE HERE!
  6. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  7. Marilyn Jones at Stamp with MJ
  8. Lisa Graham at Lisa’s Little Ink Spots

Thank you for stopping by my blog!

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

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Who Doesn’t Love a BOGO?

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Of course you do!

If you are ordering less than $150.00, please use the host code shown. If you are ordering more than $150.00, please contact me first so you can get your stamping rewards!  Any order over $50 will earn a little surprise from me.

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Again, thank you for stopping by my blog today!  I appreciate your comments and your time.

Bee Awesome for the May IRBH and TSOT 555

Welcome to InKing Royalty’s May Blog Hop! Spring is just around the corner, so we are sharing Spring projects with bees and birds. We are excited to share our creations and hope you love them! After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

Here’s my card:  

 

I used the Try Stampin’ on Tuesday sketch #555 for my layout.  Here’s their challenge banner:

 

Measurements:

  • The Pear Pizazz base measures 5-1/2 inches by 8-1/2 inches, scored at 4-1/4 inches.
  • Both DSP (designer series paper) patterns come from the Flowering Fields 12 x 12 DSP pack. The green piece measures 4-1/8 inches by 5-3/8 inches. The floral DSP measures 2 inches by 5 inches and I outlined it with a Pear Pizazz marker.
  • I trimmed another piece of green DSP to 6 inches by 2-1/2 inches for the envelope flap. While I had the DSP handy, I punched out a 1 inch circle from the floral DSP for the envelope seal.
  • Next, I trimmed a Pumpkin Pie mat for the floral DSP. I started with a piece that measured 2-3/4 inches by 6 inches. After cropping the scalloped trim using a die from the Scalloped Contour die set, I figured out how to get the scallops basically even on the top and bottom.
  • All of the pieces so far were adhered with multipurpose liquid glue.
  • The sentiment panel consists of a piece of white cardstock cropped with another die from the scalloped contours die set. The vellum panel fits right inside the scalloped contour outline. Then, I used dimensionals under the sentiment panel.
  • I trimmed a piece of white cardstock to to 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches for the inside of the card. I left it blank so the card can be used as an all-occasion card

Putting It Together:

  • This adorable bee was punched using the ladybug builder punch. I punched the body from black cardstock.
  • Then I trimmed 1/8 inch stripes from So Saffron cardstock. I simply cut off a corner of So Saffron to make the stinger.
  • Many thanks to a good friend who helped me figure out the wings. I knew I needed to use vellum cardstock for the wings. I punched two sets of vellum wings. Then, I cut one set apart to create the top horizontal set of wings. There’s little dots of liquid glue holding the wings together.
  • Finally, I added the two matte black dots to the wings. Cuteness overload! Finally, I added dimensionals under the bee.
  • The sentiment comes from the Happy and Heartfelt stamp set. If you like sentiments, this stamp set is for you! I stamped it on vellum cardstock using Pumpkin Pie ink. Then, I quickly covered the ink with clear embossing powder and set it with my heat tool.
  • Adhering vellum can be tricky. To adhere this whole vellum piece to the white cardstock mat, I spread liquid glue very thinly to the back of the vellum.
  • Next, I wrapped a piece of black and white gingham ribbon around the sentiment and simply tied it in a square knot.
  • With that, I’d finished this coordinated card, envelope, and envelope seal set.

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, Candy Ford at Stamp Candy. 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. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping<<–YOU ARE HERE
    3. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
    4. Renae Novak at Blessed by Cards
    5. Ann Murray at Murray Stamps Ink
    6. Pam Morris at Tap Tap Stamp
    7. Sheryl Abernathy at Elegant Sentiments
    8. Robin Myren at Songbird Designs by Robin
    9. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
    10. Jan Dufour at Stamp Me Silly

Thank you very much for stopping by my blog today!

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

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The 2022 – 2023 Catalog is Now Live!!

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Do You Want to Place an Order?

Of course you do!

If you are ordering less than $150.00, please use the host code shown. If you are ordering more than $150.00, please contact me first so you can get your stamping rewards!  Any order over $50 will earn a little surprise from me.

The HOST CODE through May 31, 2022 is E3W722BD.

Again, thank you for stopping by my blog today!  I appreciate your comments and your time.