Monday, February 25, 2013

Sweet Stamps- Embossing Folder+Die Cut(s)+ Stamp- use all three

The Sweet Stamps Challenge this week is Embossing Folder+Die Cut(s)+ Stamp- use all three.
 Oh how I loved playing this week. *New* in the store is Microfine Transparent Glitter. This is a close up of the glittery flower:
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 You can apply the glitter, color with Copics and even cut out die shapes with it- see:
 Here is how quick and easy it is to use the Adhesive tape and the Microfine Glitter:
1)Take your cardstock- lay it on your stamping surface.
2)Lay the 2" Super Sticky Adhesive Tape on the paper side by side with minimal gaps (see below)


3)Peel off the top layer of the tape to expose the sticky surface
4)Sprinkle the Microfine Transparent glitter onto the sticky surface
5)burnish the glitter onto the sticky surface to make sure the surface is covered well (I used my finger)
6)Stamp on the glitter and color it in with Copics
That is all there is to it- stamp and color and Oh- so pretty!

The first card is layered onto a Polished Stone background in blues. The 2nd card is made on a background called Colorwash Alcohol- both techniques from the Technique Junkies newsletter.

Here are the Sweet Stamps products I used on my card:
Microfine Transparent Glitter- cool highlight HERE   (a little goes a long way!)
2" Super Sticky Adhesive Tape HERE
Copic Markers-Sketch sets HERE
Memento Tuxedo Black ink HERE
Parrot Tulips ATC image HERE
Just For You sentiment HERE
Double Line Tape HERE
Rhinestones HERE
Coordinations Cardstock (Brilliant Blues)  HERE
Embossing Folder Damask HERE (White portion of die on 1st card, blue strip on 2nd card)
Cheery Lynn Honeycomb frame die HERE
Swedish Spring Oval Frame HERE
Nellie Snellen Multi Frame Oval Die (card #2) HERE

I hope you will join in the challenge!  Every entry qualifies you for a chance to win $20 of items from the store at  Sweet Stamps, and if you use a Sweet Stamps image- you will receive an additional chance to win! Please note- there is a limit of 10 challenges for each entry.The winner is chosen by Random.org- so everyone has a chance to win!

****We also have a monthly challenge from began 1/15-2/14- Embossed Embossing  HERE****

 Stop by the Sweet Stamps Challenge Blog HERE to see what the rest of the DT has created for the Challenge or click on the links below.
Sweet Stamps Design Team:
*   Bonnie Calypso *
 * Dawn B  *   Jacki   *  Joni 
                                     *  Kendra  *  Linda                                             
                                          Shelly  (you are here)  Tamara 

Challenges:
Make it Monday- Always Anything Goes- and a fabulous place to discover some great papercrafters!
365 Cards- day 52- Two techniques
Crafty Cardmakers- Flowers as the main focus
Eureka Stamps- Flowers
Ooh La LA Creations- Sparkle and Shine
Glitter and Sparkle- Bling it On
Crazy 4 Challenges- texture, texture, texture


Thanks for stopping by!
Shelly

24 comments:

Chrissy said...

Gorgeous card Shelly, love the beautiful image and colouring..both are very pretty.

Thanks for sharing with us at Make it Monday..

Luv CHRISSYxx

Jacki Randolph said...

Shelly, both of your cards are beautiful!! Love your color combos and gorgeous designs

Michaela said...

Hi Shelly, these are gorgeous and also I am mesmerized by your fab tutorial! I have never seen this technique before. I wonder how well it would work with promarkers. Definitely worth of a try because the effects are really amazing.
Michaela xx

Anne Temple said...

Both cards are so pretty. Really love the blues and yellows of the first one.

Jacqueline L. Challiss Hill said...

Beautiful flowers and love the glitter.

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) A•Muse Consultant #1065 said...

WOW! What a stunning card!

Suze Bain said...

What fabulous tulips, I've never tried stamping on litter. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers. Xx

Terry said...

Wow, Wow, Wow! Love the oval doily and embossed panel! Those lovely flowers really pop!

Meggymay said...

Beautiful card, its a fantastic flower image.
Thank you for joining us at CCM this time
Yvonne

Penny said...

Both cards are gorgeous--what a cool technique! I gotta say the design on the first one is absolutely phenomenal! :^)
Hugs, Penny

Donna said...

Gorgeous cards! I love this technique. I haven't done it for quite some time so thanks for the refresher! I should try this again.

Michelle Looi said...

Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful card at 365cards!
~Michelle

Marie said...

Such lovely looking cards. Stunning. Thanks for joining us over at the Crafty Card Makers this time and my blooming challenge.
Love n hugs
Marie

Bonnie Brown said...

Your cards are beautiful! Love the glitter although I have to admit I have never heard of stamping on the glitter. Gorgeous!!!

Stacey Richardson, SweetStamps.com said...

Fabulous cards! Love the colored microfine glitter on the Parrot Tulips!

MiamiKel said...

WOW what a stunner!! Shelly, this is a dazzling card, so much detail and beauty! LOVE this! x0x0

trisha too said...

Shelly, these are both charming!

:)

Sandy said...

Such a pretty card, great technique too. Thanks for linking up with Make It Monday this week.
Remember, to be in the running to win the prize from our sponsor this week just leave a comment for another entry. Be sure to mention you saw them on Make It Monday. The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning!
Hugs,
Sandy

Avril Ann said...

Fabulous cards and a great tutorial hun, thank you for joining us at Glitter N Sparkle this week, good luck xxxx

Linda said...

Shelly both of these cards are beautiful!!!!! Love the dies in the first card !!!!Fabulous work my friend!!!!!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Wowza GF, and I love that die cut!

Annette said...

Fab card, beautifully coloured image and gorgeous embellishment.

Thank you for playing with us at Inkspirational this week!

Hugs , Annette xx

Lisbeths kort og scrap said...

Wow, this is georgeous! Beautiful image and colouring. And thanks for the fab tutorial! Thanks for sharing it with us at Ooh La La. Good luck. Lisbeth

Linda Irwin said...

Thanks for showing how to do it on your blog, very encouraging for someone who has never tried the the micro beads.
Love all of your creative ideas on your blog and Sweetstamps.