Friday, January 26, 2018

Pretty Lagoon Blue Cards


Supply List:
Cardstock
Stamp pads (black, Versamark)
Rubberstamps
Embossing powder
Gel pen, white
Delusions spray ink, Calypso Teal
Sponge dauber
Adhesive, permanent


Instructions:
On sea breeze blue card panel, stamp main image with Versamark ink, emboss image with white embossing powder.


Spritz with delusions spray ink, let dry.  Carefully wipe embossed image clean with wet wipe.

Stamp additional images in black ink.


Embellish images with white gel pen.

Ink edges of card panel (optional) with sponge dauber.

Mat card front and adhere to card back.


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Title:  You’re a Catch
Stamps: Club Scrap Lakes “Rainbow Trout”; Club Scrap Lakes “You’re a Catch”; Club Scrap Lagoon “Bubbles”
Instructions:  On sea breeze blue card panel, stamp “trout” image with versamark ink, emboss image with white embossing powder. Spritz with delusions spray ink, let dry.  Carefully wipe embossed image clean with wet wipe. Stamp sentiment and “bubbles” in black ink. Embellish images with white gel pen. Ink edges of card panel. Mat card front and adhere to card back.
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Sorry mermaids only

Stamps: Club Scrap Lagoon “Long Reeds”; Club Scrap Lagoon “Sorry. Mermaids only.”; Club Scrap Lagoon “Bubbles”; Club Scrap Lagoon “Mermaid”

Instructions:  On sea breeze blue card panel, stamp “mermaid” image with versamark ink, emboss image with white embossing powder. Spritz with delusions spray ink, let dry.  Carefully wipe embossed image clean with wet wipe. Stamp sentiment, “reeds” and “bubbles” in black ink. Embellish images with white gel pen.  Mat card front and adhere to card back.
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Seas the day
Stamps: Club Scrap Lagoon “Clown fish”; Club Scrap Lagoon “Seas the day.”; Club Scrap Lagoon “Bubbles”; Club Scrap Lagoon “Short Reeds”

Instructions:  On sea breeze blue card panel, stamp “fish” image with versamark ink, emboss image with white embossing powder. Spritz with delusions spray ink, let dry.  Carefully wipe embossed image clean with wet wipe. Stamp sentiment, “reeds” and “bubbles” in black ink. Embellish images with white gel pen.  Mat card front and adhere to card back.


The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Trattoria Blog Hop

Trattoria Blog Hop!!

So today I am working with Club Scrap's Trattoria kit. 
Supplies:
Mat Board
Cardstock
Flower brads
Tags
Floss
Large Matchboxes - or make or own using cereal boxes
Modge Podge or Bookbinding glue
Embellishments

Instructions:
To create this 4 way drawer Tower - you will need 12 large matchboxes (you can buy these at the dollar store) - I did not have quite enough of them - So I deconstructed one of the boxes I did have and used it as a template, and used old cereal and snack boxes to create more 'drawers' as you can see in the steps here:

Score edges with bone folder:

 Adhere flaps to box and use clips to hold together while drying:

To create tower - I used mat board - I get my board board from a local frame shop - I can buy a big bag of 'scraps' for like $10 and there is always something in that bag I can work with....so here I have cut a of pieces.  I have cut 24 pieces 1 1/5 x 4 7/8 and 4 pieces 7 3/4 x 7 3/4.

Use adhesive to adhere short pieces to large piece as shown:

Adhere next (4) short pieces as shown:

Make sure the matchboxes comfortable fit in the slots as shown:

Adhere the large piece on top as shown:

Adhere short pieces on 2nd level as shown:

Adhere large piece as shown:

Adhere short pieces on 3rd level as shown:

Add large piece as shown:

Decorate with Club Scrap Trattoria kit as shown:

Use flower brads on drawers with tags to allow you to pull drawers open and label drawers.





Thanks for stopping by...now for more great stuff -

go check out Kay's blog hop project!!!
Or if you want to start at the beginning,
go check out Club Scrap!!!

The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

Friday, November 24, 2017

November Artist Team Challenge

November Artist Team Challenge

Well this is our farewell challenge. I am saddened that are team is disbanding, but that won't stop me from creating - because that is not who I am. I love Club scrap - I always have and always will. I will continue on creating with their fabulous products just as I always have for years and years - so keep stopping by my blog to see what I throw together!!

But as far as our final challenge goes...The Artist Team challenge this month is to utilize elements from at least three different kits in our projects. This is the fun project I came up with:


Supplies:
Patterned cardstock Clubscrap Trattoria kit
Patterned cardstock Clubscrap Literature kit
Patterned cardstock Clubscrap Tribal kit
Cardboard (from old boxes)
Embellishments from various kits/sources

Instructions:
Cut (16) pieces of cardboard 2.5 x 3.5.

Cut (32) pieces of patterned cardstock 2.5 x 3.5


Adhere the patterned cardstock onto the cardboard.

I cut a template and used that to use scissors to round the corners of the (16) pieces of the cardboard.

Take 3 of the cards and stack in a triangle as shown, adhere together.  Repeat creating 5 sets of 3.

Adhere the 5 sets of triangles together as shown, adding the last card on the very top.  Let dry.
 Embellish as shown with all sorts of goodies from various kits you have in your stash (if you are anything like me...teeheehee).




Embellish as shown with all sorts of goodies from various kits you have in your stash (if you are anything like me...teeheehee).

Thanks for stopping by!!  Check back soon for more fun stuff!

Now go check out CHERYL's project next!!!

Or if you want to start at the beginning,
go check out Club Scrap!!!


The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Tea Bag Dispenser Box

Tea Bag Dispenser Box

This is a cute little box I made to store tea bags on my desk at work.  The lid comes off and I can fill it with quite a few tea bags.  It is way cute than the store bought box that the teabags originally came in, at least if you ask me! :)  I can also mix up the flavors of the teas and be surprised with the different flavors that I might get out of the box.  I think this would be a great gift idea for my co-workers come the holiday time too!!  or even teachers!! Stocking stuffers, ooohhhh the possibilities...

Supplies
Cardstock
Cardboard (I used old box)
Bookbinding glue
Embellishments

Instructions

Cut a piece of cardboard 12.5 in X 4.5 in.

Score card board at 3in, 2 5/8in, 3in, 2 5/8 in.


Fold on score lines as shown:

I wanted the brown kraft cardboard on the outside and the 'colored' cardboard on the inside.  Adhere the flap to the inside of the box.

Cut out a 1 in section on one side as shown:

Cover the box with cardstock using the bookbinding glue:


Add additional decorative elements to the box:

Create a lid - cut a square 4 3/4 in - it will be a 3 1/4 in lid with 3/4in lip around the sides.

Diecut 3 or 4 pieces of cardstock and adhere together to create the base of the teabag box.

Decorate the lid and fill this puppy up with teabags!!

The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

Sunday, November 5, 2017

CAS #120 CHALLENGE

Well winter has come way way way WAY too soon here.  I mean we have a TON of snow already and it is like 17 degrees outside.  It is blowing and cold and nasty out.  I am not very happy about it.  I mean if it had showed up more around Thanksgiving - I would have been fine with it - but we never really had fall here.  It went from 90 degrees and boiling hot to THIS...ugh....

Sooooo today I am tucked away shivering in front of my heater in my scrapbook room, and I am playing along with a challenge over at Clean and Simple blog.  They have a challenge "Challenge #120 - Numbers" oooohhhh and how I love the sets of numbers that Terri Zwicker created at Retreat last year (or was it the year before?)...so I created some fun cards today and here they are....I used the card bases from ClubScrap Trattoria GTG kit.








The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

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