Welcome Easter Paired with #MojoSketch535 and SSC227

This card is for the third sketch in this month’s Mojo Monday using the colors from the Sunday Stamps Challenge.

First, here’s my card:

Here are the challenge banners:

My First Thoughts

Once I decided on the sketch layout, I had to then to decide which colors to use. Honestly, the last thing I thought of when I saw the color challenge was creating an Easter card. What a completely wrong thought! Turns out that I am in love with the color combination that I used of Soft Suede, Pumpkin Pie, and Granny Apple Green. I colored the bunny using the Crumb Cake blends combo.

Since this layout, 6 x 6 color family DSP sets, these colors and the adorable bunny look so stinking cute, I am quite certain I’ve found my Easter card for my nieces and nephews. I’ve already created cards for my great nieces and soon-to-be great nephew.

Finishing Touches

The Subtle 3D embossing folder created just enough texture for this card, especially with the patterns of DSP.

Can you tell what I used for the Pumpkin Pie heart? If you guessed the detailed hearts die, you would be correct.

The bunny circle is popped up on dimensionals. I wanted the sentiment to be raised as well, but not as much as the dimensionals would have given. Therefore, I pulled out three half inch glue dots. Those suckers will give about half as much height as a dimensional, which is what I wanted.

I kept looking at the pieces when I was dry-fitting them together trying to figure out what was missing. Then it dawned on me: the two pieces of DSP, the bunny, and the sentiment block makes 4 elements on the card. I needed to add something else, but what? When I finally thought of using this detailed border die from the Painted Labels die set I realized using a piece of Pumpkin Pie DSP would finish the card off.

After adding a piece of the Granny Apple Green to the flap of the envelope, this card set was complete. I hope you think it is as cute as I do.

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. I know you have many choices of things to do with your time while being socially distant. I am thankful you chose to spend a little time reading my blog today.

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

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The March InKing Royalty Blog Hop with Help from MojoMonday

Welcome to InKing Royalty’s March Blog Hop! During this year’s blog hops, we are enjoying a year of celebrations. Hop, hop! This month’s projects celebrate Easter, so prepare yourself for a variety of gorgeous, Easter-themed projects. 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.

Welcome Easter

This cling stamp set can be found in the mini-catalog on page 45. Don’t overlook it because it is an “Easter” stamp set. I’ve made some adorable baby cards with this set as well. You can see those baby cards here.

For the InKing Royalty blog hop, I’ve once again created two cards using the same supplies. I’ve created the first one for a beginner lever stamper. The second card is a fun fold card, but it is one of the easier fun folds.

Here are my cards:

Front of fun fold card
Inside of fun fold card

For Mojo Monday this week, hosted on the Poetic Artistry blog, Julee included three layout challenges at once to cover the next 6 weeks.

Here are the layouts I chose to use today:

   

Follow the Sketch

I used the standard A2 size for each of the cards. The fun fold card started with a piece of 4.25″ by 11″ Gorgeous Grape cardstock scored at 5.5″ for the base. To create the flap, simply score the front of the card at 2.75″ and fold it back on the score line. I used the Highland Heather Subtles 6 x 6 DSP for the panels, mounted on Whisper White.

The “regular” card started with a 5.5″ by 8.5″ piece of Gorgeous Grape for the card base, scored and folded at 4.25″. I lucked out and used scraps I already had for the panels on the front.

Next came the bunnies. I had the “brilliant” idea to color the bunny with Highland Heather. After all, there are purple plush Easter bunnies, right? Well, coloring a bunny purple was not a good idea. I wound up with a bunny that looked like cotton candy. Don’t believe me? See my purple bunny below.

Am I right or am I right? Cotton candy, or creepy. Take your pick.

Therefore, I went back to what I know works: the Smoky Slate blends combo and the light Petal Pink blend.

Bunny Circles

Since I’d used this bunny for the baby cards, I knew I could use the Stitched Shapes die for the bunny. The mat is one of the scalloped circle dies. This worked perfectly for the regular card. While dry-fitting all the pieces together, I found that the sentiment fit perfectly under the gingham DSP. Yeah!

When I tried to create the circle for the fun fold card required some trial and error. In order to have the sentiment on the circle, I needed a much larger Whisper White circle. I wound up using the largest scalloped die from the Layering Circles die set. Then I encountered a bit of a problem because I didn’t have any dies or punches big enough to create a mat. Never fear, former math teacher here (I teach Social Studies now). I searched for, and found, my nifty compass, which allowed me to create a circle which would be just the right size. Then, I fussy cut the circle. Easy peasy! If you have found yourself in the same situation, I would strongly suggest purchasing one of these handy tools. The directions are included on the packaging. I’ve had elementary school kids use this, so I have all the faith in the world that you can use it as well.

Here’s the Amazon information:

Finishing Up

After putting all the pieces together, I decided I needed a little something else on the bunny circles. I grabbed the small bee stamp from the Welcome Easter set and stamped it to the right of each of the bunnies. Since it was just flat, and I wanted something more than flat, I used the fine tip glue pen to create an epoxy effect on the bees and their trails. Just make sure you give the glue ample time to dry or you will have a mess. Don’t ask me how I know that.

Finally, I adhered a piece of the Subtles 6 x 6 DSP to both envelope flaps. Then, I stamped a row of little bees and their trails on the bottom of both envelopes.

I can easily create enough of these cards for my daughter, nieces and nephews and my grand-nieces as well, especially if I just use the “regular” card layout.

Back to the InKing Royalty Blog Hop Info

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Shawn de Oliveira at shawnstamps.com. 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. Joanne Brown at Stamping with JoJo
  4. Susan Fields at Very Simply Susan
  5. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping
  6. Shawn de Oliveira at Shawn Stamps
  7. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  8. Jennifer Spiller at Westside Paper Creations
  9. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  10. Ann Murray at Murray Stamps Ink
  11. Pam Morris at Tap Tap Stamp
  12. Julie DiMatteo at The Paper Pixie

Have a Peachy Day!

Sue

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Critter Cards for Pals Blog Hop

Welcome to the Pals’ Blog Hop! We’re so glad you’re here. You may be starting the hop here or coming from a previous Pal’s blog. Either way, you’ve come to the right place. This month we are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Pals Blog Hop with “Critters” from the Stampin’ Pretty Pals. Many of the design team members are offering “Mystery Blog Candy” of their choice to 1 lucky winner. To play along, just leave a comment on as many blog posts as desired. A random winner will be announced on a subsequent blog post by each participating design team member. You’ll find the full line-up below to help you “hop” along from Pal to Pal.

Adorable Bunny Baby Cards

As I have done for both the InKing Royalty and/or the Pals blog hops for the past few months, I once again have two experience levels using the same layout. The first card is for a baby girl, the second more advanced card is for a baby boy, simply because a friend asked for a baby boy card. I used the sketch for Poetry Artistry’s Mojo Monday.

The Sketch and My Cards

First, here’s the challenge banner from Mojo Monday:

Now for my baby girl card:

Next picture is the inside of the baby girl’s card:

Finally, here’s my baby boy card for a casual or advanced stamper:

I’ve been sharing fun folds on these blog hops, and today is no different. The baby boy card is an easel fold, so the following picture is of the card when standing up. I’ve also included a close-up of the easel stop, for which each rectangle is popped up on dimensionals. Yes, this card would require extra postage, but it’s so worth it, don’t you think?

I used Rococo Rose for the girl card and Seaside Spray for the boy card. Both cards also have Smoky Slate as well. Once I had my colors chosen, I got started with my blends for the bunnies. All three bunnies were colored using the dark Petal Pink blends for the ears and pads of the feet. Then, I colored all the bunnies using the Smoky Slate blends combo. Since I wanted contrast between the face and body with the tuft of fur right under the face, I first colored it with the Smoky Slate. Then, I went back with the color lifter blend to make it even lighter.

When I colored the baby boy bunny, I found that I liked the white chest fur. Therefore, I had to go back to the baby girl bunny and use the lifter to get the chest fur as close to white as I could.

Finally, I decided that the Whisper White layer, the Smoky Slate base, and the bunny circles all needed some sort of border. Adding more layers didn’t seem like a good option. Therefore, I outlined all of them using the Basic Black marker. Border accomplished.

It’s all about the DSP and the Sketch

The In Color 2019 – 2021 and the Neutrals 6 x 6 DSP made this card easy to create and the sketch and measurements brought it together quickly. I used the Stitched Shapes dies for the bunny circles, and the Stitched Rectangle dies for the sentiment block and the Smoky Slate mat. I really tried to stay true to the sketch measurements. The slight change I made was to put the focal circle over the sentiment rectangle block. The sentiment for the fronts, insides, and front of the envelope all came from the Wildly Happy stamp set.

While I was running everything through the Big Shot, I saw my Detailed Bee dies on the desk with the cute little hearts die. A lightbulb went off over my head, so I cropped a set of Rococo Rose hearts and the Seaside Spray hearts. The resulting embossed large and small hearts fit perfectly where I wanted to use them. Score!

I did add the Polka Dot Tulle ribbon to each of the cards, even though there wasn’t ribbon on the challenge sketch. This is one of my favorite ribbons and the card seemed to be begging for me to use it. So cute!

Back to the Blog Hop, and Blog Candy

I am participating in the Mystery Blog Candy giveaway. Make sure to leave a comment below in order to be entered in the random drawing determined by a number generator.

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! Mark your calendars for Wednesday, April 8th, for our “Special Occasions” blog hop when our Design Team showcase projects for weddings, graduation, anniversary, baby, Mother’s/Father’s Day or any special occasion. Don’t miss the fun!

Pals Blog Hop Line-Up!

  1. Mary Fish at Stampin’ Pretty  First Hop – January 2010
  2. Rae Harper Burnet at Wild West Paper Arts First Hop – May 2011
  3. Brian King at Stamp with Brian First Hop – June 2012
  4. Peggy Noe at Pretty Paper Cards First Hop – September 2012
  5. Katy McGloin at Just Fun Stamping First Hop – March 2013
  6. Debbie Mageed at Secrets to Stamping First Hop – March 2013
  7. Lisa Ann Bernard at Queen B Creations First Hop – August 2013
  8. Amanda Merrill at Inkflair First Hop – April 2014
  9. Wendy Klein at Doggone Delightful Stampin’ First Hop – May 2014
  10. Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom First Hop – September 2014
  11. Jennifer Michalski at Stamping Serenity First Hop – January 2015
  12. Pamela Sadler at Stampin Pink Rose First Hop – January 2015
  13. Tricia Chuba at ButterDish Designs First Hop – June 2015
  14. Debra Simonis at Deb’s Stampin’ Grounds First Hop – July 2015
  15. Karen Hallam at Karen’s Stamping Habit First Hop – September 2015
  16. Jeanie Stark at Just Stampin’ First Hop – August 2016
  17. Mary Hanson at Up North Stampin’ First Hop – September 2016
  18. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping First Hop – April 2017
  19. Stesha Bloodhart at Stampin’ Hoot! First Hop – May 2017
  20. Su Mohr at Aromas And Art First Hop – June 2017
  21. Leah O’Brien at Ink, Paper, Stamps, Oh My! First Hop – February 2018
  22. Lori Pinto at LollyPop Paper and Ink First Hop – June 2018
  23. Jen Roque at Stamp Camp with Jen First Hop – October 2019
  24. Ann Murray at Murray Stamps Ink First Hop – November 2019
  25. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping First Hop – January 2020
  26. Deb Walker at Deb Stamps Life First Hop – March 2020
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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The September InKing Royalty Blog Hop paired with #MojoSketch523

It’s Autumn with Come to Gather DSP and the InKing Royalty September Blog Hop

Welcome to InKing Royalty’s September Blog Hop! This year’s Blog Hop themes are inspired by a single word – and this month our projects are centered around AUTUMN. There is so much to love about the transition from summer to winter, even if we have to wait a few more months to have a Florida Fall. Each of us has created a project which means Autumn and we hope you find inspiration in our Autumn-themed projects! After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

The gorgeous colors in the blog hop banner are from the Come to Gather DSP.  This is the same DSP pack I used for this blog hop/Mojo Monday challenge.  With the completion of this card, I have about half of the 16 Thanksgiving cards I need.  Hopefully, I won’t run out of this fabulous paper before I finish what I need.

Whenever I am stuck creatively I start looking for sketch challenges.  If I can pair a sketch challenge with a color challenge, I am a very happy stamper!

Here’s the challenge banner from #MojoSketch523:

Here’s the card I created:

Come to Gather DSP and the Harvest Hellos Bundle

I just love these colors for a Florida Fall card!  The deep, rich traditional Thanksgiving colors do not appear this far south.  Therefore, I am thankful for the vibrant colors of Pretty Peacock, Mint Macaron, and Early Espresso.  The very talented Stampin’ Up! designers really created a phenomenonally gorgeous set of patterns and colors.

Since the measurements have already been worked out for the sketch, I used them for the base of my card.  I did scale down the two focal circle elements.  Once I had the large circle and the two pumpkins, I knew when I added the sentiment banner I would have an even number of elements.  I knew I needed a fifth element, but I also wanted it to be subtle, so I decided to use the Mint Macaron twine from the Nature’s Twine set.  

Those pumpkins……. how fabulous that the one punch can create an adorable apple or pumpkin?  Talk about versatility!  Instead of embossing the Mint Macaron pumpkin I used the very subtle script pattern from the Subtles DSP.  When I stamped the pupmkin in Pretty Peacock, I did a little happy dance in my chair.  It worked!  YEAH!  

In order to accomodate all the popped up layers, provided by dimensionals, I needed to add a double high layer of them under the two pumpkins.  The picture of my card really doesn’t show how much dimension these little adhesive hexagons provide.

As always, I used a piece of DSP for the envelope flap.  This time I chose the feather pattern.  I stamped pumpkins using coordinating from Gather Together on the front, bottom, left corner.

With that, this card/envelope set was complete!

The Rest of the Blog Hop Awaits!

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hopShawn de Oliveira at Shawn Stamps.

. There’s lots of inspiration to be found in this group – and you don’t want to miss it!

Have a Peachy day!

Sue

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. Linda Krueger at The Stamp Coach
  3. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  4. Robbye Hamilton at Miss Hammie’s Crafts
  5. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  6. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping
  7. Shawn de Oliveira at Shawn Stamps
  8. Jennifer Spiller at Westside Paper Creations
  9. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  10. Sheryl Sharp at Sharp Notes by Sheryl
  11. Julie DiMatteo at The Paper Pixie

You Know You Want to…….

     

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LOOKING UP CARD KIT

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20190904_HOL19_en-USSupply List:

Harvest Hellos stamp set, item # 150581

Gather Together stamp set, item # 150589

Come to Gather DSP , item # 150454

6′ x 6′ Subtles DSP, item # 149615

Apple Builder Punch, item # 150663

Nature’s Twine, item # 146342

Pretty Peacock cardstock, item # 150880

Mint Macaron cardstock, item # 138337

Whisper White cardstock, item # 100730

Pretty Peacock Stampin’ Pad, item # 150083

Mint Macaron Stampin’ Pad, item # 147106

Momento Tuxedo Black stamp pad, item # 132708

Stampin’ Dimensionals, item # 104430

Mini-Stampin Dimensionals, item # 144108

Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue, item # 110755

 

 

A Combination of #MojoSketch522 and CAS # 337

Very Definitely Short and Sweet Today

Once again, I am cutting it very close to the deadline for submitting a challenge card, which explains why this is definitely short and sweet today.

Here’s the challenge banners for both challenges:

          

Here’s the card I created:

Season of Thanks

Garden Green, Soft Suede, and Pumpkin Pie could very well be all the fall colors I will see in Florida.  I used the Come Harvest Hellos bundle for the pumpkin.  How great was it for Stampin’ Up! to have a punch that will create both an apple and a pumpkin?  I also used Nature’s Roots stamp set for the leaves trio and the wood ring stamp in the background of the vertical panel.  I used the Season of Thanks sentiment and the pumpkins on the front of the envelope from the Gather Together stamp set.

While I really tried to follow the Mojo Monday sketch, I also took some creative liberties by adding a layer of the leaves and the pumpkin.  The addition of the burlap ribbon layer qualifies as my second creative liberty.  

I stamped the pumpkin on Pumpkin Pie cardstock using Soft Suede.  Then I used the Light Early Espresso blend for the outlining and the Crumb Cake combo blends.  

For the horizontal panel element, I chose DSP from the (now retired) Nature’s Poem, but the leaves on this pattern perfectly match the leaves I put under the pumpkin..  I stamped the leaves in Garden Green on Crumb Cake cardstock.  Then I used the Pumpkin Pie blends combo to color in those leaves.  

I ran the white layer of cardstock through the Big Shot using the Subtle 3D folder.  Then I started putting all the pieces together.  In order to accomodate the thickness of the burlap, I used dimensionals to pop that layer off the background.  I also used some dimensionals on the top and bottom of the vertical panel so it would lay flat over the DSP.  Finally, I used dimensionals again behind the pumpkin.  The leaves are attached directly to the pumpkin with Tombow liquid adhesive.

Once again, I finished this card by decorating the envelope.  I put a piece of the same DSP on the flap and stamped teh two pumpkins stamps on the bottom left corner of the card.  I stamped the large pumpkin full strength and stamped off the smaller pumpkins.

Thank you for stopping by today.  

Have a Peachy day!

Sue

You Know You Want to…….

     

If you would like to order the bundle, stamp set, and/or punches,  and live in the U.S.,  please use the icon above to be connected to my store.  With just a few simple supplies, you, too, can create fabulous cards.   I would be honored to help you do so.  For example, check out this all-inclusive kit: Notes of Kindness Card Kit, item # 148266 ($35.00).  The only thing you need to add is a Momento Tuxedo Black ink pad (item # 132708, $6.00) and some Tombow liquid adhesive (item # 110755, $4.00).  One kit, 20 cards, 5 of each of 4 designs.  Check it out!  

pink and green leaf kit

HOST CODE

IF you are placing an order (you know you want to do so) over $150, please contact me so you can earn all the Host Rewards for which you are entitled.  If your order is less than $150, please use YYX6FBEC for the host code.  

Wednesday was a HUGE day for Stampin’ Up!  Not only did the Holiday Catalog go live for customers, the Buy 3, get 1 Free DSP sale from the annual catalog starts!  I already have my FOUR sets of DSP picked out!  Get yours now!  

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To shop from the holiday catalog, available now, click on the image below: 

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Come Gather with #MojoSketch522

Mojo Monday Challenge with Poetic Artistry

I used to really enjoy playing along with the Mojo Monday challenges and have really missed it.   Running a weekly challenge is a challenge in and of itself.  So, imagine my surprise and happiness when Julee Tilman, of Poetic Artistry  revived the challenge.  Thankfully, these challenges are now bi-weekly.  Since I make cards specifically for challenges, and then miss the deadlines, I really enjoy the two week timetable.  

For Thanksgiving every year, I create cards for every family in attendance, and this year I need about 15, which includes friends of our family who have nowhere to go.  I have been using the Come to Gather DSP, the Gather Together bundle, and the ribbon combo pack.  So far, I have five cards, two of which I missed the link deadline.  

Here’s the challenge banner:

Here’s the card I create

Pretty Peacock and Early Espresso, Who Knew?

This DSP has some very traditional fall colors, and also has the non-traditional colors of Pretty Peacock and Mint Macaron.  Early Espresso is also in this DSP, and I can’t get over the gorgeous colorcombination of Pretty Peacock and Early Espresso.  Mint Macaron plays a supporting role in this very non-traditional color combination.  I have a strong feeling that my cards this season will be in these colors, at least until I run out of the coordinating DSP.  If I run out, I can always get another pack.

The maple leaf is stamped onto vellum and then cropped using the coordinating dies.  I didn’t stamp anything on the smaller leaf.  Instead, I cropped it with the die and then used the embossing pad to run the leaf through the Big Shot.  It did take a couple of times to get the depth of impressions.

To create the various layers, I just had to mat the pieces in Early Espresso and adhear them together.   Easy Peasy!

Thank you for stopping by today.  

Have a Peachy day!

Sue

You Know You Want to…….

If you would like to order the bundle, stamp set, and/or punches,  and live in the U.S.,  please use the icon above to be connected to my store.  With just a few simple supplies, you, too, can create fabulous cards, and I would be honored to help you do so.  

HOST CODE

IF you are placing an order (you know you want to do so) over $150, please contact me so you can earn all the Host Rewards to which you are entitled.  If your order is less than $150, please use YYX6FBEC for the host code.  

Wednesday was a HUGE day for Stampin’ Up!  Not only did the Holiday Catalog go live for customers, the Buy 3, get 1 Free DSP sale from the annual catalog starts!  I already have my FOUR sets of DSP picked out!  Get yours now!  

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To shop from the holiday catalog, available now, click on the image below: 

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Supply list:

Gather Together bundle, item # 153036

OR

Gather Together stamp set, item # 150589

Gathered Leaves dies, item # 150662

Come to Gather DSP, item # 150454

Everyday Label Punch, item # 144668

Pretty Peacock cardstock, item #  150880

Early Espresso cardstock, item # 119686

Whisper White cardstock, item # 100730

Early Espresso ink pad, item #  147114

Pretty Peacock ink pad, item #  150083

Tombow Liquid Adhesive, item #   110755

Dimensionals, item # 104430