Monday, May 16, 2016

My Favorite Things–May Card Kit: Out of the Box!

 

Hola crafty friends!!

 

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I’m back today to share a project that I created using some of the products contained in the My Favorite Things May Card Kit – Flashy Florals.  I’ve paired some of the contents of the kit with other My Favorite Things products that AREN’T in the kit – hence, the “out of the box” reference.  Here’s my project:

 

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KIT PRODUCTS USED:

Flashy Florals Stamp Set
Flashy Florals Die-Namics
Thanks & Hello Die-Namics
Scattered Surface Background Stamp

 

So I did a hybrid Velveteen Stamping technique on this one, in that I stamped the Scattered Surface Background Stamp onto some Limelight, Periwinkle and Summer Splash Card Stock using Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink.  Then I stamped the flowers and leaves using two colors of Hybrid Ink to show the details of each image, but the Scattered Surface background still pops through!  It’s a super fun technique!  Here’s how I created my project:

 

  1. Trim an A2, vertical top-folding card base from Sweet Tooth Card StockScore at 5.5”, fold in half and perfect the crease with a Teflon Bone Folder.
  2. Die cut a scalloped panel from Vellum using the stitched scallop rectangle from the Blueprints 20 Die-Namics Set.  Adhere it to the card base with foam tape.
  3. Die cut an image panel from Sweet Tooth Card Stock using the stitched rectangle die from the Blueprints 24 Die-Namics Set.  Adhere it to the card base with foam tape.
  4. Stamp the Scattered Surface Background Stamp onto some Limelight, Periwinkle and Summer Splash Card Stock using Sweet Tooth Pigment InkStamp the flowers and leaves from the Flashy Florals Stamp Set onto the previously stamped card stocks, first with the lighter of the two hybrid inks (Perwinkle, Summer Splash and Limelight) and then with the darker of the two inks (Grape Jelly, Blu Raspberry, and Gumdrop Green.)  Stamp the flower center detail with more Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink.  Die cut the flowers and leaves using the corresponding Flashy Florals Die-Namics.
  5. Arrange and adhere the flowers and leaves with foam tape.
  6. Die cut the thanks word from Silver Sparkle Card Stock, and then from Sweet Tooth Card Stock three additional times.  Adhere the layers together with liquid adhesive, making sure to place the silver sparkle die cut on top.  Adhere the word die cut to the flowers and leaves with liquid adhesive.
  7. Die cut some flower centers from Silver Sparkle Card Stock using the pierced circle dies contained in the Blueprints 21 Die-Namics Set.  Adhere them to the flower centers with foam tape.

 

There you go!!  That’s an “out of the box” take on the amazing products that the Flashy Florals Card Kit contains!  I’ve listed all of the products that I used below!  The Flashy Florals Card Kit will be available for purchase tomorrow night at 10:00 PM EDT!!  You NEED to be there when it goes on sale, because I have a sneaking suspicion that this kit is going to sell out FAST!!  Please click on through to the My Favorite Things Blog to be linked to the other “out of the box” creations using the Flashy Florals Card Kit!  You’ll be amazed!  Oh, and you have a chance to win the kit by commenting here and on the other team blogs!!  Whatcha waiting for?!!

 

Thanks for stopping by today!  I’m still plugging away in my craftroom – my TO DO list is finally getting shorter!  I’ll be back tomorrow with another Flashy Florals kit project in celebration of the kit release!!  I hope you’ll come back again soon!


15 comments:

Hannelie said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Denise Bryant said...

Gorgeous color combo! Love the awesome background stamp that you used for an added texture! Great kit!!!

PaperDoll said...

I just love how you used the "background" stamp to add texture to the flowers! :D

Deirdre said...

Oh wow, beautiful. Love the technique you used.

joycemc57 said...

Love the look of the flowers using the background stamp. Can't wait until 10 to get my kit.

byAnnette said...

Really like the colors you chose
& that you added the background pattern to all!

Jana Bolster said...

This card is so neat. Flowers look like cloth!

Lisa H. said...

Gorgeous! I love the silver accents.

jan metcalf said...

Gorgeous colors!

A Tad Bit Off said...

Love the patterns on the flowers.

Suzanne Russell said...

Love the beautiful details you packed into this one. Great new kit!

Judie said...

Beautiful card! Love the colours you used!

Nana Griffin said...

Love how you did the flowers. So cool.

House Chef said...

What a fun card!

I'm really not a fan of the white border on the die cuts. I think stamping on colored cardstock with coordinating inks is fabulous! One of my favorite looks.

Also, stamping the border stamp on the flowers gave them a "fabric feel" love it!

Then of course the glitter...I love glitter!

Michele

Kathy Salido said...

This card is just gorgeous. I love how you used the background stamp.

 
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