Tag Archive | Dragon

Wade Goes To The Beach!


It’s Wednesday, and this week, I used Wade – 132 (High Hopes Rubber Stamps) for the main image and Summer’s Day Saying – L031 (High Hopes Rubber Stamps) for the sentiment. Wade couldn’t wait to go the beach. He’s enjoying the waves and the beautiful beach and sunshine. It will be wonderful when we can all join him with our friends and families too!

To make my card this week, I started off with a white card base of 6″ x 6″. I cut out another piece of paper using Hammermill – Premium Colour 100 lb. cardstock the same size as the base card. Then I ran it through my Cuttlebug using Stampin’ Up – Sizzix Big Shot – Seaside. I loved the wavy pattern it created. Next, I used multiple Tim Holtz shades of blue to create the water effect. All colours are listed below.

I used my Cuttlebug and Your Next Stamp – Stitched Rectangle Die Set to die cut Copic Marker X-Press It Blending Card and white cardstock for my image and sentiment. I stamped the sentiment and image onto the die cuts and then coloured in the main image with Copic markers. The background was coloured in using a variety of Copic Refill inks, Colorless Blender and a Q-Tip. For the water, I wisped several colours back and forth and then added some Copic Colorless Blender and wisped the colours one last time. Once everything was completed, ran the image through my Xyron Creative Station so that it would lay completely flat on the blue cardstock I mounted it onto. I cut a thin border all away around the image and inked around the edges of the sentiment with Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Brushed Corduroy.  Then popped the image and the sentiment using 3M VHB – 2 sided tape onto the base card. I added in a some sea shells from Dress It Up – Beach Collection and Craftin’ Desert Divas – Seashells Sequence. I just removed the button portion and then used glue dots to attach to the card.

Card Recipe:

Stamp:  Wade – S132  (High Hopes Rubber Stamps)

Sentiment: Summer’s Day Saying – L031 (High Hopes Rubber Stamps)

Inks: Memento – Tuxedo Black, Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Salty Ocean, Tumbled Glass, Mermaid Lagoon, Broken China, Evergreen Bough and Brushed Corduroy

Paper: Copic Marker X-Press It Blending Card, Hammermill – Premium Colour 100 lb., Blue carstock

Die Cuts: Your Next Stamp – Stitched Rectangle Die Set (YNSD214)

Embossing Folder: Stampin’ Up – Sizzix Big Shot – Seaside

Tools: MISTI – Most Incredible Stamping Tool, Cuttlebug, 3M VHB – 2 sided tape, Xyron Creative Station, Dress It Up – Beach Collection – #452, Craftin’ Desert Divas – Seashells Sequence

Image coloured with Copic Markers:

Dragon: G85, G82, G21, G20, YR15, YR12, YR02, V17, V15, V12

Swim Trunks: C10, C8, C1, Y15, Y08, Y06, R39, R37, R35

Floaties and Fins: B29, B26, B16

Rubber Ducky Tube: Y38, Y19, Y08, YR18, YR15, YR12, BG18, BG13, BG11, BG07, BG05, BG02

Water: BG72, BG70, BG13, BG10, B93, B91, B52, B41, B000, , B0000, C3

Used Copic Refills and Q-Tip to Create Background:

Sand: E30, E31, Colorless Blender

Sky: B0000, B000, Colorless Blender

Hope you like it and have a fantastic week!

You can find lots of inspiration from the Design Team Divas at the High Hopes blog, and the High Hopes Rubber Stamps Facebook Fan page plus you can also follow us on
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BBQ Birthday!


Welcome One Crazy Stamper Fans!

It’s Wednesday, and I’m back to share a new birthday card combo that I made using Flame Broilin (High Hopes Rubber Stamps) and Gavin The Givin Dragon (High Hopes Rubber Stamps) for a guy who is a BBQ king.

This is the inside of the card. I fussy cut around both images after colouring them with Copic Markers.

Card Recipe:

Stamps:  Flame Broilin (High Hopes Rubber Stamps), Gavin The Givin Dragon (High Hopes Rubber Stamps)

Paper: Your Next Stamp Designer Paper Pad – For the Boys – 6″ x 6″, Copic Marker X-Press It Blending Card, Dark Blue Cardstock

Inks: Memento – Tuxedo Black, Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Chipped Sapphire

Die Cut: Creative Expressions Craft Dies by Sue Wilson – Mini Shadowed Sentiments – Happy Birthday

Miscellaneous: MISTI – Most Incredible Stamping Tool, Cuttlebug

Images coloured with Copic Markers listed below:

BBQ Dragon: G17, G07, G14, YG17, YG13, YG03, YG01, V09, V06, V04

Spatula: C3, C1, C0, E25, E23

Mitts: R29, R27, R24

Apron: B39, B37, B34, B32

Flame: R29, R24, Y38, Y35, YR04, Y06

Gift Dragon: G17, G07, G14, YG17, YG13, YG03, YG01, V09, V06, V04, R02, R01

Presents: B39, B37, B34, B32, V09, V06, V04, BG07, BG05, BG02, Y17, Y08, Y04

Sentiment: Microsoft Word – Font: Cooper Black – Size 12

Hope you like it and have a fantastic week!

You can find lots of inspiration from the Design Team Divas at the One Crazy Stamper blog, and the One Crazy Stamper Facebook Fan page plus you can also follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest.

 

Birthday Dragon and Fireman


Hi There,

Sharing a card that I made for my older brother’s birthday this year. He’s a fireman and we are all very proud of him. Thought I’d make him a humorous card this year.

On the front, I used stamp from High Hopes – Warm Wishes S106.

Here is a close-up:

Stamped image with Memento – Tuxedo Black and coloured in with a mixture of Copics and Spectrum Noir Markers.

Sentiment is from My Creative Time – Make A Wish.

Die cuts around sentiment – Craftin Desert Diva’s – Crazy Stitched Frames.

Die cuts around dragon – Lawn Fawn Zig Zag Rectangle Stackables – Item #LF135.

Background paper – Party Girl by Samantha Walker (flip side).

For the inside I typed up my own sentiment on the computer and then cut around it and attached it to the card.

Fireman is from Kit and Clowder September 2016 monthly markers class. Stamp is Fireman Luka by La La Land Crafts and was coloured in with Copics.

 

Hope your like it!

Also added to

http://highhopesstamps.blogspot.ca/p/challenges.html.

http://onecrazystampercom.blogspot.ca/2017/03/march-challenge-anything-goes.html