Use Your Scraps for the Make My Monday Challenge #132

Welcome back to another Make My Monday Challenge! This theme for the next two weeks is to use your scraps. I did exactly that, although the card really doesn’t appear to contain many scraps at all. The Pretty Peacock base had already been trimmed, the leafy background, the Pretty Peacock panel, and the cropped smaller panel were all in my “scrap” page protector. I used the inside of the Whisper White mat on the front to stamp and crop out the sentiment, making this a use of scraps. The ribbon came from my scrap ribbon jar. Even the DSP for the envelope flap came from my scrap page protector.

Here’s my card:

Forever Fern

This DSP, stamp set, and die set make my heart do a little pitter-patter! From the moment I saw it, I knew I HAD to have it all! I’ve used it quite often for a wide variety of cards for all kinds of occassions with many different colors. Everything seems to work, so far at least.

Measurements

  • The Pretty Peacock card base was trimmed to 4-1/4 inches by 11 inches, scored at 5-1/2 inches.
  • I trimmed the white cardstock layer to 4-1/8 inches by 5-3/8 inches. Remember, I cropped the sentiment panel from that white cardstock using the rectangle stitched die set.
  • While I had the white cardstock out, I trimmed a piece for the inside to 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches, as always.
  • As I said, I already had the other panels for the front in my “scrap” page protector and I didn’t even have to trim anything. The cropped leave pieces also came from the scrap protector.
  • The DSP for the envelope flap was a bit larger than I needed, but it was a scrap, so it worked for this card/envelope set.

My “Scrap” Solution

Organizing your paper addiction, um, collection really needs to match your own individual style. I have learned, through trial and error mainly in my classroom, what works for me. There are things I know will not work: I don’t do well with a binder filing system. I have a problem keeping up with anything that I would have to open and close. Not happening. I know I can handle using a file folder system, so that’s what I have.

I keep my 12 x 12 Designer Series Paper in the 12 x 12 inch page protectors for scrapbooks. For example, here’s my Forever Greenery DSP 12 x 12 inch protector:

The first cut I always make in the DSP is to cut it down to 6 inches by 12 inches. Once it’s cut, it goes to live in the 8-1/2 inch by 11 inch page protector, which lives inside the 12 x 12 protector.

Somewhere along the line years ago, I purchased 14 inch x 14 inch x 11 inch high metal file containers. Then I purchased two heavy duty floor rolling thingies. One holds my DSP, and another holds my 8-1/2 x 11 inch cardstock. Each color cardstock has it’s own folder. Once I start cutting cardstock, the pieces live in an 8 x 8 inch page protector inside the file folder.

Each set of 6 by 6 inch DSP also lives in an 8 x 8 inch page protector. I have those in a bin on the bottom shelf of my IKEA Raskog.

It Works for Me

Quite a different blog post for a design team challenge post. However, as long as the theme is use your scraps, I thought I’d share my scrap system. Maybe it will work for someone else as well.

That’s It for Tonight

It’s been a long week. My husband had knee replacement surgery on Tuesday and came home on Wednesday evening. I still have miles to go before I sleep tonight (comes from a poem by Robert Frost that I had to memorize in 7th grade English).

Thank you so much for stopping by today. Have a wonderful week. I can’t wait to see your scrappy cards on our challenge page!

I’d also love to hear what you think, and greatly appreciate every comment.

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

Christmas in September for the Make My Monday Challenge #131

Since I started making Christmas cards in July, September definitely isn’t too early for a Christmas card. By the time I finish, more than half of the cards I need will be completely unique. It’s fun to give them to family and friends when everyone’s is the same, but also when they are different. For this challenge, I combined the Perfectly Plaid stamp set (inside sentiment), Festive Corners stamp set (Christmas lights), and Christmas Means More (front sentiment). The DSP is from the Heartwarming Hugs DSP from the current mini-catalog. The main reason I bought that paper is because of the sentiment on the front. I just love How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and I am all about all things Grinch. This sentiment comes from the Grinch, and the colors in the DSP are Grinch colors. Perfect pairing!

Here’s my Christmas in September card:

Front of my fun fold card

Let’s Get Started

  • I used Real Red for the base of the card. It’s trimmed to 4-1/4 inches by 11 inches, scored at 5-1/2 inches.
  • To create the half flap, I trimmed off 2-3/4 inches from the front.
  • The remaining flap on the base has a Pear Pizazz mat measuring 2-5/8 inches by 4-1/8 inches.
  • The top DSP was trimmed to 2-1/2 inches by 3-15/16 inches, otherwise known as one tick mark before 4 inches.
  • I decided to use Pear Pizazz for the front center portion and trimmed it to 3-1/4 inches (top to bottom) by 3-3/4 inches (side-to-side).
  • The contrasting red patterned DSP is actually the flip side of the dotted DSP. I used a strip measuring 1 inch by 3-1/8 inches. As long as I had the DSP out, I trimmed a piece for the envelope flap to 2-1/2 inches by 6 inches, and will have the red pattern showing on the flap.
  • Once I started dry-fitting pieces, I realized I needed to cover the inside flap pieces with DSP. Therefore, I trimmed on piece to 2-1/2 inches by 4 inches. The red DSP behind the Pear Pizazz was trimmed to 3-1/8 inches by 3 inches.

Time for the Whisper White

  • I started with the inside piece of Whisper White and trimmed it to 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches.
  • Next, I pulled out my Stamp-aratus for the front sentiment. I used it to stamp the front sentiment in Mossy Meadow twice to get a deep green color. After the ink had dried completely, I used the embossing buddy on the cardstock to prep it for embossing.
  • Since I wanted to use clear embossing powder on the sentiment, I cleaned the stamp without removing it from the Stamp-aratus. I stamped it twice using VersaMark. Then, I quickly added clear embossing powder and heat set it with my heat tool.
Making It Work
  • There isn’t a stitched rectangle die to closely crop the sentiment. Therefore, I made my own size. Pictures are worth 1,000 words, so here are two pictures showing how I did it.
  • To add some additional interest, I wrapped a piece of the Mossy Meadow diagonal striped ribbon around the red front panel and tied it in a square knot. I put a glue dot under the square knot to keep it in place.
  • There are dimensionals under the sentiment panel. I used tear-and-tape to adhere the front sentiment panel to the front flap. Everything else was adhered using the multipurpose liquid glue.
  • The inside sentiment, the Christmas lights on the corner of the inside and the two bottom corners on the front of the envelope were all stamped in Momento Tuxedo Black.
  • I colored the holly leaves and berries on the sentiment panel using Real Red and Pear Pizazz markers.
  • I colored all three strands of lights using the Real Red, Pear Pizazz, and Mossy Meadow markers. Then, I added some clear Wink of Stella to each of the lights. In person, the lights have just a touch of a shimmer.
  • Finally, I adhered and trimmed the DSP on the envelope flap. With that, I finished this fun fold card/envelope coordinated set.

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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You’re the Goat with Make My Monday Challenge # 130

The challenge for this week is to create a criss cross card. While it sounds, and looks, complicated, it’s not as difficult as it looks.

Here’s my card:

When Cindy chose the theme for this challenge, she also posted a video tutorial for creating the card. You can find that link here. I’ve taken some pictures of the process for my next Christmas card. I’ll include those within the measurements for this card.

Measurements and More

  • I wanted to use the Way to Goat stamp set for this card. I wound up using all but two of the stamps in the set and I really enjoyed creating this card!
  • Melon Mambo provides the base of the card. You will need to pieces of cardstock for the base. Use a single piece of cardstock, cut to 4-1/4 inches by 11 inches, scored at 5-1/2 inches. Each piece needs to have a diagonal cut made to create the criss-cross pieces.
  • It would be so much easier to show you than try to tell you.
Cut diagonally from the middle score line to the opposite outside corner. For the second piece, make sure that you go in the opposite direction.
  • When you finish the cuts you will have two pieces of cardstock that look like this:
  • I trimmed the rectangle part of one piece of the Melon Mambo cardstock to 4-1/4 inches by 5-3/8 inches to allow folding space on the card.
  • Next, I trimmed the white cardstock needed for the card for the triangle pieces. First, trim two pieces of white cardstock to 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches. One of those pieces will be for the inside rectangle part. The other piece needs to be trimmed diagonally, which results in the two triangles you will need.
  • Since you trimmed the cardstock before cutting it diagonally, it will fit quite nicely on the triangle portions of the cardstock.
  • To add dimension to all the white cardstock pieces, I tapped each edge into the Basic Gray ink pad.
  • If you just take one step at a time, the whole process comes together relatively simpler than you would think.

Now, for the Rest of the Card

  • I used Momento Tuxedo Black to stamp the three goats and the sentiments. Since I wanted the “grassy” area to be lighter, I used Basic Gray and stamped the “grass” under the goats and the sentiments on the diagonal ends.
  • The two girly goats were colored with the Smokey Slate blends combo. I used the Basic Black marker to outline all three goats and to add some eyelashes to each female goat.
  • Girly goats need some bling, right? These have Wink of Stella on their eyelids and horns.
  • I colored the male goat using the Light Basic Black and both of the Smoky Slate blends. Then, I used the Melon Mambo marker to color the flower.
  • Next, I had to figure out how to keep the card closed without using a belly band. To accomplish this, I punched two small flowers from the Melon Mambo cardstock. Then, I punched two from the Melon Mambo 6 x 6 DSP. I adhered the DSP to the cardstock using liquid glue. The center of each flower is a black rhinestone.
  • To keep the diagonal sides closed, I added dimensionals on half of the flowers. By just putting them on half of each flower, each diagonal slips under the flower. SCORE!
  • At this point, I trimmed a piece of the same DSP to 6 inches by 2-1/2 inches for the envelope flap.
  • Finally, I needed something else for the center of the front of the card for interest. I used a piece of the black glittered ribbon to tie a bunny-ears bow and trimmed to size.
  • After I adhered and trimmed the DSP to the envelope flap, I’d finished this card/envelope set.

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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Make My Monday Challenge – At the Beach

Good morning and welcome back for another Make My Monday challenge. The new challenge calls for a beach theme. I might have to explain what I did for a beachy card, though.

Here’s my card:

While my card doesn’t contain a strict beach scene, to me the Tropical Oasis DSP very definitely conveys a Hawaiian vibe. The vintage cars with surfboards on top, the palm trees, and the colors all say BEACH to me.

Measurements:

This card turned out to be much easier than I thought it would be.

  • I trimmed Whisper White to 4-1/4 inches by 11 inches, and scored it at 5-1/2 inches. This provided me with a card base.
  • The Pretty Peacock bottom mat measures 4-1/8 inches by 5-3/8 inches.
  • I cut the Tropical Oasis DSP to 2-5/8 inches by 5-3/8 inches. Then I used the Pretty Peacock Stamping Write marker to outline the the DSP so it created a border without the extra bulk of more cardstock.
  • Since I thought that I had the coordinating die set, I took time using the Stamparatus for the palm trees. I really couldn’t have easily created all the colorful frond without the Stamparatus. In order to create the palm trees I used the Stamping Write Markers so I could add detail to the leaves.
  • For the trunks, I used the Early Espresso marker on just the trunks and stamped them. Next, I used the Old Olive marker to color the all the fronds and stamped them. In order to add color, I used the Pretty Peacock marker and randomly swiped it on the fronds part of the stamp, then stamped it.
  • This is where things got interesting. I don’t actually have the coordinating die set. However, I really wanted to use the palm trees, so I had to fussy cut them out. They came out much better than I would have thought.

Finishing Up

  • Next, I had to decide on a sentiment. The main reason I picked this one was that it fit where I needed it to be. We’ve all done that, right? I used Early Espresso to stamp it on another pattern of the Tropical DSP, which I cropped using the Rectangle Stitched dies.
  • There are dimensionals under the sentiment to pop it up. I attached the palm tree trunks to the sentiment and popped it up on dimensionals as well.
  • Before adhering the sentiment and palm trees, I wrapped Early Espresso faux suede trim and tied it in a square knot.
  • Next, I adhered the sentiment and palm trees.
  • I cut a piece of the sentiment DSP to 4-1/4 inches by 1/2 inch and adhered it to the bottom of the inside of the card.
  • Finally, I cut a pieces of the brown grass cloth DSP pattern to 6 inches by 2-1/2 inches, adhered it to the envelope flap, then trimmed it.
  • With that, I’d completed this card/envelope set.

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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Clean and Simple for Make My Monday challenge # 128

Hello and welcome back to another Make My Monday challenge! This challenge’s theme is clean and simple. I decided to use the Whale of a Time suite for my card.

Here’s my card:

I really don’t know what part of this suite I like the most. For this card, it’s the color combination of Just Jade and Pretty Peacock. The 3D Seabed embossing folder might carry this card. It could be the wave pattern DSP, or even the DSP whale. Yes, I said I punched the whale from the DSP from this set. There’s a whale stamp allowing you to create your own color combination. The punch also includes the adorable water piece for the water spout on top. Cute!

However, I really wanted this card to be as simple as possible. To me, that meant just three elements and the embossed background. Since I used white for the embossed background, the card remained pretty clean. Truth be told, I really think I created this following a sketch challenge, but for the life of me, I can’t remember which one.

Measurements

  • I used Just Jade for the card base, which is 4-1/4 inches by 11 inches, and scored at 5-1/2 inches.
  • The Pretty Peacock mat measures 4-1/8 inches by 5-3/8 inches. I cropped the Pretty Peacock Stitched So Sweetly label from the middle of the mat layer to save on cardstock.
  • A Stitched So Sweetly die was also used to crop the DSP wave pattern paper. I don’t really know how I decided to put both of the Stitched So Sweetly cropped layers together, but it totally works.
  • The medium square from the Stitched Shapes die set provided the perfect square for the sentiment block.
  • For the inside, I trimmed a piece of white cardstock to my standard 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches. I used the sentiment and swimming fish from the Whale Done stamp set on the inside.
  • I cut a piece of the wave DSP for the envelope flap to 2-5/8 inches by 6 inches.

Here’s the inside of the card:

Stamping and Assembly

  • I stamped both the front and inside sentiment using the Momento Tuxedo Black ink pad.
  • Aren’t those fish on the inside super cute? Hopefully, you can see the color variations on each one, which was relatively easy to achieve. I used the Just Jade marker to color the all the fish on the stamp, then went back and randomly colored the stamp using my Pretty Peacock marker. Stamp, color, repeat across the card and on the bottom. While I had the stamp and markers out, I stamped a line of fish along the bottom of the front of the envelope using the same coloring pattern.
  • Once I had all my pieces, it took very little time to assemble the card. Using the multipurpose glue, I attached the white background to the Pretty Peacock layer. Then, I attached those to the Just Jade card base.
  • I carefully lined up the two Stitched So Sweetly label die pieces and I couldn’t believe how well they fit together.
  • There’s a layer of dimensionals under the sentiment block.
  • I wanted the whale to really stand up off the card, so I used a double layer of mini-dimensionals on the back of it. The double layer means that extra postage needs to be on the card, but I think it’s worth another quarter.
  • Next, I adhered the inside white cardstock panel.
  • Finally, I added the DSP to the envelope flap then trimmed it. With that, I’d finished this coordinated card/envelope set.

I hope you will play along with our challenge! I look forward to seeing your creations in our challenge gallery!

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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Baby Wipe Technique for Make My Monday #127

The theme for the MMM challenge #127 is to use the baby wipe technique. I have to admit, I haven’t done this before this challenge, so I played and had some inky fun. Literally, inky since my fingertips wound up covered with ink.

Here’s my card:

The current Sunday Stamps Challenge 235 provided the color combination for this card.

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My three colors are Mossy Meadow and Pear Pizzazz for the green. Crushed Curry for yellow and Calypso Coral for the orange.

Using a Baby Wipe to Stamp

The videos I’d seen for this technique said to use a couple of drops of ink on a baby wipe. That didn’t work for me, and I used at least 6 drops each color of ink. I started with Poppy Parade, Calypso Coral, and Crushed Curry. After smooshing then stamping the blotch stamp from Painted Poppies, then stamping on white cardstock, I found that the flowers were too dark. So, I tried plan B with just Poppy Parade and Crushed Curry. This combination gave me the color variation for which I was looking.

I tried placing an outer circle of Calypso Coral ink dots, and then dropping Crushed Curry in the center of the circle. My goalwas to try getting the Crushed Curry in the middle of the flower. However, I found that tapping my stamp onto the baby wipe didn’t work well at all, and no Crushed Curry showed at all. Therefore, I tapped, tapped, tapped, then smooshed the stamp on the wipe before stamping on white cardstock. I stamped five blotches, then used the poppy outline on each blotch. Then I just needed to crop them all using the poppy dies. It’s a super easy and fun technique and resulted in a colorful mix of inks. I’ve already got other color combinations floating around in my head and can’t wait to have some more baby wipe fun.

The Layout, Directions, Measurements

For this layout, I decided to create a mock split card design.

  1. I stamped three sets of leaves from the Forever Fern stamp set in Pear Pizzazz, then cropped them using the coordinating dies.
  2. I used Mossy Meadow cardstock for the base and cut it to 4-1/4 inches by 11 inches, scored at 5-1/2 inches. This card opens up.
  3. The Calypso Coral middle mat measures 4-1/8 inches by 5-5/8 inches. In an effort to save on cardstock, I did crop the center using the second largest stitched rectangle die.
  4. I didn’t trim the white cardstock until after I ran it through the Big Shot using the Brick and Mortar 3D embossing folder. This layer measures 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches.
  5. I used multipurpose glue to attached the bottom two layers.
  6. Next, I wrapped a length of Calypso Coral ribbon around the white cardstock and tied it in a simple square knot on the right side of the cardstock.
  7. There are dimensionals under the leaves and the flowers and adhered them to the left side of the card.
  8. The sentiment is also from Forever Fern and is stamped in Mossy Meadow. I cropped the sentiment using the stitched rectangle die and popped it up on dimensionals.
  9. Once I had adhered the sentiment, I attached the top white layer to the bottom two layers.

Inside and Finishing Touches

Since the card base is Mossy Meadow, I needed to trim white cardstock to 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches for the inside. I didn’t stamp a sentiment on the inside of the card, which left plenty of space for a note.

I cut a piece of Calypso Coral 6×6″ DSP to 6 inches by 2-5/8 inches to adhere to the envelope flap. While I was at it, I trimmed a 3/8″ by 5-1/4″ strip of the same Calypso Coral DSP.

With that, I’d finished this card/envelope set. Ta-Da!

I truly hop you try this technique and try it out soon! Please join us for this challenge, and I look forward to seeing your creations in our gallery!

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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