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JustRite Stampers Bold Vines Cards

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

I don’t have a lot of the large background stamps but I sure like what I’ve seen crafters doing with them.  Today I’m going to share a couple of cards using a two of these 4 1/2″ x 5 3/4″ stamps.  They’d be perfect for A2 size cards if you wanted to fill the whole area but I opted for 5″ x 7″ cards today.  I used 110 lb Georgia Pacific cardstock for the card bases and the mats I stamped on.

Bold Vines

Today’s video will give you a complete start to finish process on the card on the left with the fussy cut flowers.  I love how this card turned out.  I used Stampendous Sapphire Pearl embossing powder with JustRite Stampers Bold Vines background stamp.  The corners have been punched with the Vintage Floral Martha Stewart punch. I still wasn’t happy with this so I ended up cutting the strips between the corner punches  and using my 1/2″ Corner Chomper to round the corners on the card base before I joined the mat to the card front with Angel Craft Tape in the 1/4″ size.

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I fussy cut the orange and yellow flowers from Graphic 45′s new Home Sweet Home collection and used the sentiment that was printed on the same sheet for the focal point here.  By using JustRite Stampers Vintage Labels Six die it provided the perfect oval to pop up over the middle of the embossed mat.  The fussy cut flowers were placed behind and on top of this die cut oval to give a very dimensional feel to the front of the card. The finishing touch was adding Diamond Stickles to the centers of the larger flowers and Glossy Accents to the Strawberries.

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After I’d finished filming my video I decided I really should finish the inside of the card so I used another
JustRite Stampers die set – Ornate Corners, to place embossed corners diagonally from one another.

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I just want to briefly touch on the second card I made using the Bold Vines stamp from JustRite Stampers.  I wanted to show how completely different cards can look using the same dies.  On this card I used Bronze embossing powder and Zig Painty FX in Gold around the edge.  I again cut out the JustRite Stampers Vintage Labels Six die for the center and popped it up.  I stamped and embossed the Love sentiment from an older Heartfelt Creations stamp but you could do the same with any stamp that caught your eye.  The lace is basted across the top and pulled up and tied in the middle with the button over top.  I did use an additional background stamp on this card, JustRite Stampers Script with Tim Holtz Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink.  In order to have the script show I fussy cut around the edges of the Bold Curves embossed mat and then glued it over top.

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This card’s insides were also finished off video so here’s a glimpse to give you an idea of what I did.
The sentiment is Heartfelt Creations – All Occasion Sentiments set from the Journey Collection

I hope you’ll join me on the video to see the whole process.  This will give you lots of ideas of what you can do with one sheet of decorative paper, some background stamps and an extra die or two.

Thanks for joining me and Happy Scrappin’!

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Supplies from the Store:
CL:02159 – JustRite Stampers
Bold Vines Background Stamp
CL-02157 – JustRite Stampers
Script Background Stamp
JB-04830 – JustRite Stampers
Vintage Labels Six Dies
CR-04805 – JustRite Stampers
Ornate Corners Clear Stamps
4501077 – Graphic 45
Home Sweet Home 12″x12″ Paper Pad Collection
HCPC-3600 – Heartfelt Creations
All Occasion Sentiments Stamp Set from the Journey Collection
ACT1414 – Angel Craft
Tape 1/4″
TIM21421 – Tim Holtz
Distress Ink – Brushed Corduroy
658300 – Big Shot
starter kit

JustRite Stampers Celtic Lattice Cards

Thursday, February 19th, 2015

There’s something about the Celtic pattern that really draws me and when Cut at Home shared JustRite Stampers Celtic Lattice background stamp with me I couldn’t wait to play.  I had gotten a stamp pad of StazOn Metallic Silver that I hadn’t played with yet so the two seemed a perfect match.  This is a solvent ink and I must warn you it takes a bit of fussing with to remove it from your stamp pad (I used StazOn ink remover), but it’s so worth the extra effort.  This is a standard 5″ x 7″ card.


I envision this as the perfect Silver Anniversary card, or perhaps atop a wedding present.  Once I had the Celtic Lattice stamped on the white cardstock I hunted for some grey to co-ordinate for my mats.  DCWV have a great pad called the Metallic Stack, I’ve had mine for eons so not sure it’s still around but I’m sure there’s something similar out there.  I took the largest mat and embossed it with Sizzix Textured Impressions folder Lattice, this is a two pack the other folder being Butterfly, what a buy two for one!  Since my mat was larger than the folder I had to emboss it several times to get the edges.  You’ll notice in the video the inside looks sort of frumpy in places but it’s okay so don’t fret about it if you decided to do this technique, I covered up the inside of the embossing with my next mat and the edged area is fine and gives just enough punch to the card.  The Congratulations sentiment (embossed in white) on the front is from JustRite Stampers Celebrations Sentiments Clear stamps.


As I was laying out all the pieces to the card I hunted my stash for some pretty silver flowers and had none.  I wondered if I could stamp and die cut aluminum foil, yes just the plain heavy duty kitchen kind.  I was afraid the petals would just fall apart if I ran the foil alone through my Big Shot.  I took some card stock that had a pretty grey pattern on the back and glued it to the foil leaving the shiny side out.  Next I stamped with STazOn Jet Black (it won’t rub or smear on the foil) using Heartfelt Creations Arianna Blooms stamp set and die cut them with the accompanying dies.  Perfection!  The added layer of cardstock was just enough to stabilize the foil and they cut beautifully (I did add a paper shim just to ensure a perfect die cut).  I formed my petals and glued them together with Glossy Accents adding a rhinestone center.


The pretty corner flourishes on the front and again on the inside sentiment are from Spellbinders Die D-Lites Outrageous Butterfly, I love this die set which also includes a lovely butterfly. This little piece just added such a nice touch of elegance to the front and inside.  The inside sentiment embossed in white, is JustRite Stampers Loving Sentiments and die cut with JustRite Vintage Labels Eight.  I’ll show you in the video but share here as well.  I often have trouble lining my inside sentiment up squarely so this time I marked crosshairs with a pencil in the middle of my card base and lined the points of the sides 0f the die cut with the lines and centered the top and bottom.  Perfect, no ripping up and re-positioning and I only had to erase a couple of pencil marks that still showed.

When you watch the video I’ll also share a second card for St Patrick’s Day, not the whole creation but the start of coloring in the Celtic Lattice stamped image and the finished completed card.  A completely different look from the one shown here.  I hope you’ll join me on the video and get inspired to use this marvelous background stamp.  Directly below are the links to all the products I used in my cards.

Thanks and Happy Craftin’!


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Supplies from the Cut at Home Store:
CL-02123 - JustRite Stampers 
Celtic Lattice Background Stamp
HCPC 3608 - Heartfelt Creations Arianna Blooms Stamp Set
HCD 748 - Heartfelt Creations Arianna Blooms Collection Dies
658483 - Sizzix Textured Impressions 2 Pack Butterfly & Lattice Embossing Folders
S2-069 – Spellbinders Die D-Lites Outrageous Butterfly dies
JB-02087 – JustRite Stampers Vintage Labels Eight dies
CR-02151 - JustRite Stampers Loving Sentiments stamps
CR-02099 – Just Rite Stampers Celebrations Sentiments stamps
ACT1414 - Angel Craft Tape 1/4″
ACT1412 - Angel Craft Tape
658300 - Sizzix Big Shot Starter Kit
TIM21490 – Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Shabby Shutters
TIM95940 - Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Mowed Lawn
TIM27126 - Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Crushed Olive

Supplies from my stash: Kitchen foil, 110# Georgia Pacific ardstock for card base and mats, Silver Cardstock, StazOn ink in Metallic Silver and Jet Black, Glossy Accents, Angel Craft Podge (coming soon to the store!), bling, ribbon, Wink of Stella in Clear, scraps from Graphic 45’s A Place in Time collection, charms, twine

Spellbinders Royal Love Greeting Card

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

Today I’m back with another Valentine’s Card for you, but again, it could also be used for an Anniversary or with a change of sentiment a Wedding card.  Let me ask you how carefully you look at the packaging your dies come in?  If you’re like me I kind of glance at them and then really don’t see them again after that.  It’s amazing how you can look at something and really never actually see it.


I was taking the Spellbinders Shapeabilities Royal Love die out of the packaging when I happened to notice the card on the front.  I thought wow that’s a pretty neat card I think I’ll make that. Like most of us I took my inspiration from the card they showed but usually what I make and what I’ve seen change themselves up quite a bit.  Which is fine, it’s the inspiration part that’s important.  This is a gorgeous die, I tried it using quite light weight paper and the glittered decorative paper, both cut well, I did use wax paper between my die and paper which along with my Spellbinder’s Tool ‘n One helped it release very easily.


The top portion of the card is decorated with the Sizzix Textured Impression Embossing Folder Lattice.  These are great buys because you not only get the Lattice folder but also the Butterfly in this two pack combo.  Using three colors of cardstock the triple mats help the different elements pop on the card.


I added two rows of lace to the front below the mats using a string of decorative crystal bling along the top and finishing it off with the bow and charms.  The charm is a Tim Holtz fragment.  I stamped the word LOVE from the Avery Elle Photopolymer clear stamp set Handwritten Notes and glued it to the back of the Fragment.  Then I took Tim Holtz Ranger Adirondack Mixative Silver and coated the sides and back of the Fragment.  I joined it along with a danglely pearl and a silver heart.  I finished them off with a white satin bow and placed them directly below the die cut heart.


The inside is finished with the same colors. The heart was cut from a lighter pink and trimmed down a bit tucking a small flourish I’d snipped from the side to below the mats.  The sentiments are a combination of the Avery Elle stamp I used in the Fragment along with a JustRite Stampers Celebrations Sentiments clear stamp collection.  I’m very happy with my card and hope that the inspiration I derived from the Spellbinder’s packaging will in turn inspire you to create your own Royal Love card.  A list of supplies for the store products follow directly below the video.  Speaking of which the video will give you the Start to Finish process of how I created the card, I hope you’ll join me there.

Have fun and Happy Craftin’!


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Supplies from the Store:
SKU S4-438: Spellbinders Shapeabilities Royal Love dies
SKU CR-02099: JustRite Stampers Celebrations Sentiments
SKU 1316: Avery Elle Handwritten Notes stamp set
SKU T-001: Spellbinders Tool ‘n One

SKU TIM22176: Adirondack Inks Metallic Mixatives Silver

Supplies from my Stash: American Crafts cardstock, Lindy’s Queen Sheba Silver embossing Powder, Stampin’ Up Heat and Stick glue and Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Versamark, Lace, Bling, charms

Prills by US Artquest

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Today I want to share an awesome product – Prills by US Artquest.  Prills are little round balls of fun — they are beads (no hole) very similar to the sprinkles that you put on ice cream or frosted cookies.  They come in a lot of different colors and color combinations, most with a fun name.  Here’s a look at a card that I made using Prills and a little glitter as the embellishments.


Prills are natural and non-toxic.  They are also heat-resistant and acid free, making them appropriate for many paper crafting uses.  My favorite use for Prills is flower centers.  I love the color variety and the texture for that purpose.  Fans of the gorgeous Heartfelt Creations flowers may recognize Prills as one of their favorite embellishments too.   Here is a close-up of my flower center using “Go Mango” Prills and Lion’s Mane art glitter by Art Institute.


Prills are simple to use — they attach with a little glue or another kind of adhesive like Scor-Tape.  They can also be used with an embossing paste or a cement, etc.  The possibilities are endless.  Please see the short video for a quick look at some Prills, and how I used them to embellish the flower center, a snow scene and an ice cream cone.

In the video, I used “Prill Spill” for the cupcakes and “Minnie Prill” for the snow scene.  The Christmas tree is the “Little Bits Christmas Tree die by Taylored Expressions, and the ice cream cones were made using the “Cupcake Stand” die by Justrite Stampers (of course Prills would be perfect to decorate cupcakes too!).

Prills are available in three different sets of 12 jars each — “Bright Ideas”, “Rock N Roll” and “Spring Bling”.  It is very difficult to choose between them!  You can find them on the Cut@Home site under US Artquest or via this link.

Let me also take a minute to describe the card above.  The poinsettia is made using the “Joyful” die by Penny Black.  You’ll want to cut the flower head twice to achieve the same fullness.   Both should be attached only at the base — you want the petals to be able to move freely.  The “joyful” word is from a die set by Paper Smooches, “Christmas Words”.

Supplies available from Cut@Home:

Prills “Go Mango”, “Prill Spill” and “Minnie Prill” (Prill sets and a color chart available here)

Penny Black die “Joyful” (SKU 51-059)

Die cutting machine — I used my Sizzix Big Shot (SKU 657900)

Taylored Expressions “Little Bit Christmas Tree” (SKU TE433)

Justrite Stampers “Cupcake Stand” die set (SKU SW-04880)

Supplies from my stash:  assorted cardstock, Paper Smooches “Christmas Words” dies, ribbon, scrapbooking glue (I used Scotch Quick-Drying Adhesive).

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’


Bokeh Time Gift Set

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Are you in need of a gift for a Mother, Sister, Aunt, Friend, another Crafter??? The list is endless isn’t it?  Sometimes though it’s nice to give a gift that keeps on giving that’s why I enjoy making card sets to gift to someone.  I leave the insides blank so that they can personalize them for whatever occasion arises.

Just Rite Stampers always releases the best collection of sentiment stamps which is what I’m drawing from today, Bokeh Time Stamps a set of eight sentiments and additional stamps of hearts, circles, stars etc.  This makes the perfect base to draw from when making a collection of cards.



Now a gift is better if it’s in a pretty package right?  I used my MartP1140560ha Stewart Scoreboard to make a simple six inch square box.  I lined it with tissue and it’s the home for the eight cards I made.  You can see how I layered tissue paper in the bottom and closed it with this gorgeous snippet of fabric that was gifted to me by my friend Eva.  Adding a tulle tie with one of the Heartfelt Creations flowers I created a few weeks back just finishes off the outside



I wanted to try and keep my cards flat ready to fit in a standard envelope with one-stamp postage.  I have difficulty doing this most times.  I like ribbons and bling and bumpy flowers and that in turn bumps the price up when you go to mail to parcel prices. Most of these, with the exception of perhaps one, I think will slip into the mail with no problem at all.


I pulled out white cardstock, some Lindy’s sprays in teal and pink (yes I know I’m really stuck on these colors lately), my Bo Bunny Stickable Stencils, my texture paste and a couple of Tim Holtz distress inks in Peacock Feathers and Picked Raspberry. I sprayed, painted, spritzed with water, textured, well———————- you get the picture I just sat down, had fun, and played. When I had enough papers altered I made enough white and blue card bases (standard A2 size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″) to complete the set.


By pre-doing all my card bits and pieces I could just sit down and start assembling, a little of this, a little of that, just having fun seeing what I could come up with using each one of the eight sentiments on cards.  You know we so often buy stamp sets because there’s a stamp in the collection that calls to us.  How often do we use that one stamp and then stick the rest of the package back, sometimes we pull them back out and sometimes we just move on to another new set.  My challenge to all of you is to get a set of stamps with assorted sentiments and use every stamp in the collection making cards.


If we’ve already got all our stuff in front of us why not make a whole set of cards while we’re there instead of just making the one we need right now.  I’ll tell you a secret, once you see those cards begin to pile up and each one different from the other it gets pretty contagious and you want to just keep on going like the Energizer Bunny.


I hope you’ll come join me on this weeks video, I’ve only shown you half the cards here but I’ll share them all on the video plus ideas to inspire you to pull out your stamps and make someone a lovely gift box of love.

Thanks everyone for joining me,

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Supplies from the Store:

CR-02144: JustRite Stampers Bokeh Time Stamp set
10736510: Bo Bunny Stickable Stencils – Brocade
10736512: Bo Bunny Stickable Stencils – Lace
TIM34933: Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Peacock Feathers
TIM34995: Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Picked Raspberry

Supplies from my Stash:

Lindy’s Stamp Gang mists, Glossy Accents, ribbon, bling, foam dimensionals, ATG gun, white and blue cardstock

Spellbinders 3D Christmas Tree Cards

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

It’s hard to wrap my mind around the fact that Christmas is soon on it’s way again and it’s certainly not too early to be thinking about making cards for those special someones on your card list.


Spellbinders has released this fantastic Shapeabilities 3D Christmas Card Tree which creates this stunning dimensional card front.  Now whom on your Christmas Card List wouldn’t love to find this in their mailbox.  Oh and speaking of mailing, the tree will fold flat to fit in your envelope.  The one I’ve made is a standard A2 size card 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.  The dies include the Christmas ornaments, holly and star to add that extra somethin’ special to the tree.


Include a few packages that you’ve cut from your scraps and wrapped with ribbon or cord for under the tree, there must be presents under the tree!  I also topped the Ornaments with a dab of Silver stickles to add that little Christmas sparkle.


For the inside of my cards I picked another Spellbinders die, the Die D-Lites Miracle of Lights.  I added some Martha Stewart Glitter Glue to the flames so they’d shimmer a little and stamped my sentiment from JustRight Stampers – Christmas Inner Thoughts collection.


I won’t lie to you, if you add the holly and Ornaments like I have this card is a little time consuming, but so worth it!  If you want to speed up the process use some Stickles on the Ornaments instead of cutting the individual pieces, but I’ll tell you you’ll prefer the die cuts to the Stickles!  Join me on the video and I’ll show you how I put the card together.

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

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Supplies from the Store:
S6-014: Spellbinders Shapeabilities – 3D Christmas Tree
S2-122: Spellbinders Die D-Lites Miracle of Lights
CL-04625: JustRite Stampers – Christmas Inner Thoughts
658300: Sizzix Big Shot
656499: Sizzix Magnetic Platform for Wafer Thin Dies
T-001: Spellbinders Tool ‘n One
404: Scor-Pal No More Shims Rubber Mat
STAMPPOS1: Apple Pie Memories Stamp Positioner Kit


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