Kre8tors Blog Hop December 2018 – Christmas

Hello and welcome to the last Kre8tors blog hop of the year.  This month we are showcasing “Christmas*. You may have joined me from Pia Gerhardt.  For this blog hop I thought I would move away from my usual card or scrapbook page and venture into the world of Home Decor!  I had seen a Christmas plaque by another demo Julie Kettlewell and decided to put a Sign of Santa twist on it.

I inked the top of the plaque with Night of Navy.  First I sponged from the ink pad and then for the stubborn bits I sponged with the reinker. I drew round the heart on whisper white and then die cut scenes from the Hometown Greeting Edgelits.  I then ran the card through the Big Shot again with the Softly Falling Embossing Folder for the snow. Gold glimmer paper was cut and used as the light behind the houses.

Images from The Signs Of Santa set were stamped and coloured in using blend pens but of course you could use watercolour pencils,markers or ink and blends/aqua painter.. These were then cut out using the Santa’s Signpost Framelit Dies. The good news is if you buy the bundle of both the stamp set and dies you save 10%, the sad news is that this lovely set is retiring on 2nd January so you need to be quick before it sells out.  I glittered the images using Dazziling Diamonds for a bit of sparkle. I also fussy cut the snowman from the Santa’s Workshop DSP and punched some silver Glimmer Paper with the 1/8th hole punch (134365 £8.25) for the snowballs. Snowflakes from another retiring set Still the Night Stamp set were stamped onto the Night of Navy plaque using the  Frosted Shimmer paint.  Then adhere everything together using glue and Dimensionals.  Lastly ribbon was tied to string of the plaque.

I hope you like my Christmas plaque, below I have listed the products I have used.

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.
Now it is time for you to hop over to Sandra Roberts for more inspiration.

Roll Call List

Melissa Tennison

Linda Handford

Tricia Butts

Pia Gerhardt

Jacqui Lawrence

Sandra Roberts

Tracy Marie Lewis

Su Mohr

Cheryl Hamilton

Deb Naylor

Ximena Morales

Eva Potts

Kathy Maurer

Dorothee Buhn

Ilonka Schneider

Rebecca-Jo Unwin

Jan Musselman

Janey Backer

Sharon Dalton

Sue McDonald

Jacqueline Schilder

Cheryl Taylor

Annette Elias

Laura Kate Mackie

Alexandra Rauf

Jackie Lawless

Thank you for visiting today

If you would like any information with regards to the supplies I have used, online orders, classes, hosting a party, group demonstrations or perhaps you would like to join Stampin’ Up!, then please contact me. I would love to be your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

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  and if your order is over £30 you will receive a thank you card and gift to compensate for p&p.  Orders of £150+ will receive hostess rewards!

Keep Crafting!

Stamp n Hop November 2018 Blog Hop – Casing Annual Catalogue

Hello and welcome to my new blog on the Stamp n Hop November Blog Hop. My name is Jacqui and I am a UK based Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.. Today we are casing (copying) cards or projects from the Annual Catalogue. .

You may have joined me from the talented Jo Blackman.  I decided to case some of the cards from the Under The Mistletoe Suite which you will find on page 94. I love the variety of stamped images in this set

The first card is a small square card.The base card is 9.9cm x 19.8cm and scored at 9.9 cm. The layers of whisper white and DSP (Designer Series Paper).at 9cm & 7.5cm squared.  Elements cut  from the DSP were layered with ribbon. A circle which was cut with a circle die and Big Shot dies cutting machine was stamped .with images and sentiment.  

The next card is a standard A5 card which is 14.8 x 21cm, scored at 10.5cm. The DSP base is 9cm x 14cm and Whisper White base is 12.5cm x 8cm.  The banner is 2cm x 7.5cm and a fishtail was cut using snips.  The DSP strip is 2cm x 8cm.  Gold faceted gems were added to the banner for a bit of bling.The mistletoe, ribbon and senitment were stamped before being layered up.

For the final card I mounted a square card which is 8cm  (as in the catalogue) and then layered it on  A5 card using dimensionals.  The  Whisper White layer is 7.5cm squared and a ribbon bow was added. The bells were stamped on a piece of scrap card, fussy cut and then adhered to the stamped boughs.

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.

 

Now it is time for you to hop over to Laura Mackie for more inspiration by clicking the NEXT button below. Have a great time hopping, please leave a comment before you go and I hope you visit again soon.

ROLL CALL

1).Rebecca-Jo Unwin- Australia

2) Karen Pearmain (UK)

3) Sandra Roberts (UK)

4) Jenn Charles (US)

16) Jacqui Lawrence (UK) YOU ARE HERE

If you would like any information with regards to the supplies I have used, online orders, classes, hosting a party, group demonstrations or perhaps you would like to join Stampin’ Up!, then please contact me. I would love to be your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

If you wish to place an order the please visit my

ONLINE SHOP HERE

For orders under £150 please apply

NOVEMBER’S Hostess Code RQYHRVWA     

  and if your order is over £30 you will receive a thank you card and gift to compensate for p&p.  Orders of £150+ will receive hostess rewards!

Keep Craftin’

Signs of Santa at Cuppa n Card

Hello and welcome to my blog. I thought you would like to see the card we made at Cuppa n Card yesterday.  It was a great quick card and so much fun to make and perfect to send in the post! The card was inspired by talented UK demo Sarah Jane Ray.

The base card is Old Olive, size A5 scored and folded in half. Whisper White mat card is 9.5cm x  14.8cm.  The images were stamped using momento black ink and then using a black pen I drew lines where I wanted the ground to be.  Then it was a case of colouring the images with pens.  I used Stampin’ Blend pens but you could use markers or ink/watercolour pencils with a paint brush and water.  To remove the oil left by your fingers from the card  wipe it with the embossing buddy (this will mean the glitter will only stick to the glue). Using fine line glue and glitter I created sparkling snow and the Pool Party blend pen gave it a bit of colour.

Above is a slightly stepped up version.  An extra mat layer of Cherry Cobbler Card  was added and then Whisper White card (which were torn to give rough edges and then layered up). Again glitter was added for sparkle.  The images were stamped, coloured and then die cut with the coordinating thinlit dies and Big Shot machine. ( You can buy the stamps 147690 £20 and dies 147911 £30 separately but you save 10% when you buy the Signs of Santa bundle!) these were then adhered to the card using Stampin’ Dimensionals to give a 3d look.

On both cards the Merry Christmas sentiment from Star of Light was used and one was die cut from Merry Christmas Thinlit dies and sponged with ink and then layered up to give dimension.

Below is the list of products I have used to crate both cards.

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.

Thank you for stopping by, if you would like any information with regards to the supplies I have used, online orders, classes, hosting a party, group demonstrations or perhaps you would like to join Stampin’ Up!, I would love to be your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator so please contact me.

If you wish to place an order the please visit my ONLINE SHOP CLICK HERE   For orders under £150 please apply NOVEMBER’S Hostess Code RQYHRVWA  and if your order is over £30 you will receive a thank you card and gift to compensate for p&p.  Orders of £150+ will receive hostess rewards!

Keep Craftin’

New Blog and Classes!

Hello and welcome to my new blog, I am so pleased with the fresh new look and name and I hope you like it to. If you would like to see posts from from old blog then please click on the link on the side- bar.

Along with a new name I also have a new card class which I am very excited about. This month we made 8 cards of 4 designs and will be continuing the Christmas theme next month as well.

Everyone is busy

 Full details of the class are listed below.  All abilities from newbies to seasoned crafters welcomed .Please contact me ASAP to book your place.

If you would like any information with regards to classes and products used then please contact me.

Happy Craftin’