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Friday, April 24, 2009

Flower Garden

This is my entry for the new "A passion for Papertrey" challenge.
Stamps: Flower Garden and Flower Garden additions (Papertrey)
Inks: Berry Sorbet and Burnt Sienna (Palette)
Accessories: Copic markers, berry sorbet and sweet blush ribbon (Papertrey), cuttlebug folder, berry sorbet cardstock (Papertrey), pearlescent pink cardstock
CIAO!!!!
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Monday, April 20, 2009

three new cards, different styles

Today I have three new cards!!!

Stamps: Multi-step Lillies (Kitchen Sink Stamps), Damask Designs (Papertrey)
Inks: Raspberry Fizz, Vintage Cream, Toile Pink, Claret, Burnt Sienna (Palette), Hint of Pesto, Sage, Tea Leaves (Versamagic)
Accessories: ribbon (raspberry fizz Papertrey), nestabilities, cardstock (Papertrey), half-pearls (Kaiser)

Stamps: Tulip Garden, 3-step Lillies (Kitchen Sink Stamps), Retro Background (Papertrey)
Ink: Palette (Toile Pink, Melon Berry, Dark Chocolate, Summer Sunrise), Memento (Tangelo, Cantaloupe, Dandelion, Bamboo, Pear Tart, New Sprout)
Accessories: melon berry ribbon (Papertrey), half pearls (Kaiser), outline stickers, sakura stardust pens, beads, hat pin.

Stamps: Guide Lines II, Retro Background (Papertrey)
Ink: Palette (Summer Sunrise, Hibiscus Burst, Spring Moss)
Accessories: melon berry ribbon and cardstock (Papertrey)

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Color Combos: play with your inks

Do you like to play with your inks? I do!!!!!
I think I am addicted to color combos, maybe this is the reason why I like 3-step or Multi-step stamps. All the stamps I used for my color combos are from Kitchen Sink Stamps









My first color combo page... a bit messy:


If I don't have time I write the ink list on a piece of paper, then I test the color combo when I have time. If you find a good color combo, write the ink list straight away, I had thought that I would remember it but... no way!!!!!
For my color combos I use the following inks:
Palette
Palette (PTI Perfect Match)
Memento
Versamagic
Versacolor
Brilliance
Colorbox chalk inks (if you use clear stamps they tend to stain the stamps quite a lot, so I have only a few of them and I decided to opt for the Versamagic chalk inks (they don't stain clear stamps at all).

Ciao,
Emilia

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Papertrey Guest Star Stamper: my April submissions

Stamps: Life and Guide Lines II (Papertrey)
Inks: Hibiscus, Cognac, Ocean Tides, Ripe Avocado, Dark Chocolate (Palette), onyx black (Versafine)
Ribbon: Ocean Tides, Ripe Avocado (Papertrey)
Accessories: nestabilities






Stamps: Guide Lines II, Remember (Papertrey)
Inks: Summer Sunrise, New Leaf, Melon Berry, Ripe Avocado, Spring Moss (Palette PTI)
Ribbon: Summer Sunrise (Papertrey)
Accessories: Copic markers, outline stickers

Kitchen Sink Stamps: 1st card with the multi-step TULIP GARDEN set

Stamps: Kitchen Sink Stamps (3-step butterflies, Multi-step Tulip Garden), Papertrey (Damask Designs).

Accessories: Bazzill cardstock, inks (Palette, versamagic, brilliance, versafine), outline stickers.

Sunday, April 12, 2009

I love poppies!!!

All the poppy stamps (apart those in the last card you find in this post) are from Flourishes (Poppy Patch set).
Butterflies, polka dots and sentiment are from Papertrey. I coloured the poppies with Copic markers.

The Scratched Grid Backgrounder is from Cornish Heritage Farm.
The poppies and rhinestones have been coloured with Copics.
Sponged with Tattered Rose (Distress Ink)
CALENDAR PAGE
Coloured with Copic markers, background sponged with Tattered Rose (Distress Ink).








ORANGE POPPY
The background is from Cornish Heritage Farm (Ticking Backgrounder)
The sentiment is from Papertrey (Garden of Life)
Poppies from Flourishes
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For more information about this card, please read one of my previous posts. (Click here for more details)Leave me a comment if I have inspired you ;)

Ciao,
Emilia




Lemon tart and summer sunrise


This is my entry for "A passion for Papertrey challenge"
I won the last challenge, see my winning card here.

Stamps: "Garden of Life" (Papertrey), "In the Meadow" (Lizzie Anne Designs)
Accessories: Lemon tart ribbon (Papertrey), nestabilities, lemon tart and summer sunrise hybrid inks (Palette), sage ink (versacolor)
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Sunday, April 5, 2009

Do you like roses?

In this post I want to show you some stamped roses, lots of different styles and sketches.

Stamps: Garden of Life (Papertrey)
Inks: Palette (Sweet Blush, Berry Sorbet, Spring Moss, Burnt Amber)
Accessories: Swiss Dots ribbon (Papertrey- Spring Moss)

Last summer, the card below won one of the Kitchen Sink Stamps contests. It was the first cardmaking contest I had ever won.


Stamps: 3-step roses (Kitchen Sink Stamps)
Inks: Palette (Lemon Tart, Orangerie), Colorbox (Apricot, Orange), Versamagic (Mango Madness), Versacolor (sage, bamboo), Distress Inks (Peeled paint)
Accessories: thin satin ribbon, Fiskars punch, pearlised cardstock (for the cardbase)
DISTRESSED ROSE


Stamps: 3-step roses (Kitchen Sink Stamps)

Inks: Distress Inks (scattered straw), Versacolor, Versamagic (sage, bamboo)

Accessories: ribbon, cuttlebug


Roses colored with Copic markers

All the rose stamps used in the 4 following cards are from Flourishes



The background is from Cornish Heritage






If you want to see more roses, go to my first post
I hope you liked my roses, come back soon for more cards and some bookmarks as well!


Ciao,
Emilia