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Friday, April 29, 2016

Design Team: As sweet as Honey

Hello, this is my DT-project for Connie Can Crop,

Wow, I can't believe that it's been a week already since I posted this project at Connie's blog:


For this post, I decided to use a card base from this months sponsor: The Cutting Cafe,  Card Fold w/curved sides, some CTMH, Brushed printed cardstocks, and some dazzles from my stash. I paper-pieced cardstock bellow the dazzles to add som color:





Here a pick of the inside:


I decided to color the cardstocks bellow the dazzles instead of paper piecing them. I hope you enjoy this simple card and leave me some love ;-)

And don't forget to enter this month's challenge:


Connie Can Crop Challenge #45
due 11:59 P.M. Saturday, April 30th
Pacific Time
- See more at: http://conniecancrop.blogspot.com/p/challenges.html#sthash.5MdYn1T6.dpuf


Have wonderful weekend,

-

Eureka Stamps Challenge #190 Add Some Bling



Sellos Eureka  Desafío tema de esta semana es 

Añadir un poco de Bling


Cuando vi el tema de esta semana para este desafío i rápidamente pensé en esta imagen de San Antonio de sellos Eureka:
e impreso en tamaño 8x11 y 5x7 en los papeles de acuarela. Sólo la imagen perfecta para celebrar San Antonio Fiesta de la semana pasada:

Para estos tapices que utilicé para el primer proyecto de un 11x14 "artista tabla de madera y para el segundo y Aschland (Michaels) caja de sombra de madera y pintado las pinturas acrílicas de color azul o azul claro con base en cualquiera de neón después de cebar la superficie con Gesso.
Una vez seco, añadí un poco de pasta de modelar y galerías de símbolos similares a los diseños mayas. y dejar secar.




Para la bandera metálica y elementos de fiesta (centros de rosetas de papel), he usado un poco de papel de aluminio (CTMH) y Staz-On entintado de algunas imágenes "Cinco de Mayo" de la diversión Stamper Journey y utilizando las matrices coordinadas, que muera a cortar el imágenes y colores ellos utilizando shapies en colores brillantes.
Este es un proyecto de reciclaje perfecta para aquellas tapas de papel aluminio ... o incluso rasgos del horno.

También utilicé algunos sellos acrílicos alas de papel de las banderas "papel picado":
Aquí mirar más de cerca a los elementos de papel de aluminio de colores:

Entonces, he utilizado algunas tintas de socorro y cerrar de stella de acuarela de las imágenes previamente impresas, utilizando la técnica de Tim watercoloring Holzt. Para finalizar los colores brillantes, he añadido algunos acentos utilizando marcadores de brillo y metálicos. y dejarlos secar.


Entonces, volví a los marcos y añadí algunas de estampado (banners brillantes y cofetti) y la colocación de letreros (elementos de fondo de la caja de sombra azul / rosa) con el signo contrario.   Para el confeti, añadí algunas plumas de perlas Decoración viva dimensionales. 


Aquí un vistazo a los elementos por etapas antes de pegar cualquier cosa:
Me ha preparado el sombrero mexicano con yeso y pintado con pintura acrílica de color amarillo para cubrir algunas palabras que realmente no le gustaba para este proyecto (de recuerdos de San Antonio).

El sombrero terminado y algo de amarillo de la flor del maíz mexicano-salir, un poco de flor bling, y casera usando una flor rosada punzón EK-éxito.

Compré algunos chiles de arcilla en el local de "Mercadito" y los añadió a la hoja de "papel picado" de la bandera:

Para el marco más grande utilicé un sombrero de paja me encontré con un pasillo de la manía ...

Esta bandera del marco sin los chiles ...

Los Rossettes de papel estaban hechos de algunos 1 "tiras largas de algunos trozos de papel.

Realmente espero que les guste esta fiesta marcos conmemorativos.

Durante la próxima semana, voy a publicar algunos mayores proyectos Eureka sellos del desafío que hice, pero no he podido publicar aún.

Tener un fin de semana maravilloso,

Vicky

Ahora, me gustaría entrar en este divertido retos:

Todo vale:



Muéstranos tu metálica: Desechos de papel de aluminio

No es fácil ser verde: restos de hoja metálica, 


La primavera está en el aire: ¿qué mejor para mostrar los tonos de primavera que Fiesta

Monday, April 11, 2016

Eureka Stamps Challenge #188 Sketch


Good Morning dear Scrappers,

Time for a new challenge at Eureka Stamps:


Their Challenge theme this week is 

Sketch



For this challenge, I decided to continue in my religious trek and use the digital stamps:




 
and for the inside:




 For this image, which I had printed on watercoloring paper on my laser printer,  I decided to use some Tim Holtz watercolering techniques, but using the Wink of Stella markers:red, gold and green. The blue is a TH distressing markers though. For the white part, I did used a wink of Stella clear glitter pen, however it did not photograph that well.


 I used the negative cut from my previous project here to mount my fuzzy cut cross. I used the oval from the reverse of the honey comb paper from MME.
I used some popdots to mount the oval on my card based, which I had already covered with the 3 strips of Paper scource gold foil tape.


I used a tag die to cut my sentiment printed on colonial white paper (CTMH) and added some dazzles I had from my stash to cover the doodle flowers from this digital stamp (also from Eureka stamps).

For the inside sentiment, I used the same paper and dazzles to blend to the rest of the card.

I really love this Numbers' sentiment.

I hope you enjoyed my CAS card and decide to join on this fun challenge for a chance to win these adorable images.

Have a wonderful and very blessed week,

Vicky


I am joining the following challenges:



pastel colors


my dazzle flowers and flower center on my cross


Friday, April 8, 2016

Bee Happy Blog Hop



Welcome to the Bee Happy Blog Hop We are buzzing with joy!! It's Spring, the birds are singing and the bees are buzzing! So happy you decided to join us in this fun bee themed blog hop today!
You should have buzzed on over from (INSERT PERSON BEFORE YOU AND LINK)'s bee hive. If not the Queen bee is Connie Can Crop and she is the first stop in this hop. This is a one day blog hop and we appreciate your leaving a comment for all of these amazing crafters.
We have an awesome sponsor for this hop!

One lucky winner will win their choice of 3 their awesome files in their shop! Be sure to check out their shop online HERE
Visit them on facebook HERE
Follow their blog HERE for inspiration! What do you need to do to win? Easy... become a follower of each of the fabulous blogs in this hop and leave each of them a comment letting them know what you like best about their projects. You will have until 10 pm Sunday to finish the hop and leave your comments. Winner will be announced on Wednesday 4/20/16 at Connie Can Crop. Be sure to follow everyone and leave a comment along the way! Here is my project:
 I made this Hap-bee birthday card using a card file from the cutting cafe. Super easy to assemble assemble and use some of my scraps of My Mind Eyes (hobeycomb embossed pattern) and Teresa Collins (bees and bees washi tape).

 For the sentiment and bees, I used some of my stash's cartridges (Birthday Bash) and added some stickles to the front bee cheeks.

 To add some fun movement, I used a Wink of Stella ball point pen.

 The star comes from a Paper source ribbon, I just bought in Boston while visiting.

 And as final touch I added some of the TC bees washi tape to the inside borders of the card.

I hope you enjoy this easy and fun card.

Up next is Miranda - www.nanasscrapspot.com
Here's our line up in case you get lost.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Eureka Stamps Challenge #187 Baby Cards


Good morning my crafting friends,


Time for a new challenge at Eureka Stamps:

Baby Cards


For this challenge, I decided to use the following Eureka Stamps:


 and make a card for my dear friend Paula baby shower:


I also made a matching design for the giftbag. I took some pictures of both, but I seem to have misplaced them LOL

I hope you enjoy this simple embossed card and leave me some love.

Have very blessed week,

Vicky

I would love to enter these challenges, which gave me so much inspiration:




Sunday, April 3, 2016

Connie Can Crop: Monthly Challenge #45 Queen Bee


Dear Scrappers,
There is a new challenge at Connie Can Crop:

"This is an either/or challenge!
We want you to create a project using a crown or create a project that includes a bee! Not too difficult! But should be fun!




Entries are due by Saturday, April 30th at 11:59 pm.

Sorry, No back Linking Allowed!!


We have a WONDERFUL sponsor this month!!

 

One lucky winner will win their choice of 3 their awesome files in their shop! 
Be sure to check out their shop online HERE
Visit them on facebook HERE
Follow their blog HERE for inspiration!

- See more at: http://www.conniecancrop.blogspot.com/2016/04/monthly-challenge-45-queen-bee.html#sthash.R8scQWDS.dpuf

For this project, I decided to make a pop-up card using one of the cutting cafe files and another for the flowerpot and grass for the inside:


Some closer looks:

I used my cricut explorer to cut the card and to write the sentiment on the front, however I had a little misshapen (when not ;-)
My cricut marker was dried up from not using it ;-) and I had to use a micron marker to write on top of the soft writing. LOL, I ended using my handwriting, I never do LOL
I used the micron marker also for adding some fun movement to the bees, which came from an sticker pack, I think I bought at a Dollar Tree store LOL. Handy uh...

 I used the blush paper pack from CTMH for the inside and some CTMH white and honey cardstock as well for the card bases. I used some CTMH foam popdots.



This was in general a fun project to do. I used as inspiration an sketch by  Share the Joy Challenge:

However, this challenge just passed, but ours will be up for a month ;-)


I hope you enjoy this project and leave me some love,
Have wonderful week,

Vicky Tovar


I would like to enter the following challenges: