Category: Tutorials

Digital Watercolor Ombre Technique

A few days ago I shared a digital scrapbook layout with you. I used Stampin’ Up!’s My Digital Studio to create a faux watercolor ombre background and I promised you a video showing you how you can do it!

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Enjoy! Let me know if you have any questions and subscribe to my channel if you like this video or any of the others you see on my channel. Thanks!

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Recolor Elements in My Digital Studio

Hope your long weekend was terrific! I spent mine playing with Stampin’ Up!’s My Digital Studio. Check out my Facebook page to see what I created! Today, I have a video tutorial to share with you about changing the colors of embellishments and stamps in My Digital Studio.

Recolor Elements in My Digital Studio

It’s quite easy and very useful when there’s an embellishment that you love from one digital kit and want to use on another, but it doesn’t match!

There! Wasn’t that easy??? Would you like to try My Digital Studio? You can–FREE for 30 Days! See what you can do with it!     P.S. You can also buy it here!
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My Digital Studio Grid Layout & Video Tutorial

My love for Stampin’ Up’s! My Digital Studio continues! I love that I document my memories whenever I have the time and without any mess! I participated in a design challenge recently. On page 159 of the Annual Catalog is a scrapbooking layout that uses the Core’dinations card stock. Here is the layout:
Stampin' Up! Scrapbook Layout
Isn’t it adorable?!!! I used the same layout to create mine.

My Digital Studio Grid Layout using Venetian Romance Digital Paper

Don’t you LOVE these Venetian Romance Designer Series Papers??? I do. I’ve been using them on the layouts I’ve created for our trip to the Cayman Islands. The colors are perfect! Check out my Facebook Page for more layouts!

I created a video to show you how to create the grid of DSP in My Digital Studio. Another video will follow to show you how to fill the squares with digital paper!

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Tea Shoppe Mother’s Day Card

It’s not too soon to make a card for your Mom! I love the Tea Shoppe stamp set from Stampin’ Up! and it makes a terrific card for Mom. My Mom and I used to fantasize about opening a bookstore with a tea shop, or was it a tea shop with a bookstore? It was a while ago! Although we’re both coffee fans, we’ve enjoyed many a pot of tea! Here’s a card I made with my Mom and this memory in mind (oops! It’s not a surprise for anymore–sorry, Mom!).

Tea Shoppe Mother's Day Card
My favorite thing to do with the largest stamp in this set, is to cut along the top edge and insert a tea bag with the card. If you’re going to do that, you’ll need to use at least 2 layers of Stampin’ Dimensionals, perhaps 3, depending on how thick your tea bag is. The layers of Dimensionals will prevent your image from bowing. I stamped my image on Whisper White card stock in Wisteria Wonder–woohoo, it’s being carried over into the 2013-2014 catalog! Here’s a tip: insert your teabag from the back and get it situated  before you adhere it. You’ll risk tearing the image if you try to stuff it in after. Ask me how I know…

I laid my largest Apothecary Accents Framelit centered over the image and ran it through my Big Shot. I ran the framelit again on So Saffron card stock to make my mat.  You can see how I used them in this video. I did the same with my sentiment–which is from the retiring set: Friendly Phrases–but trimmed the So Saffron mat so that I could place it under the top and bottom instead of left and right, as I did for the teacup!

The Wisteria Wonder card stock background was created using the Fancy Fan Folder and my Big Shot. (How did I ever live without my Big Shot???). The whole thing is mounted onto a piece of Midnight Muse card stock! I added a few of the small pearls to the flower centers on the teacup. What do you think? Would you like to receive a card like this? How about making one? What will you do to make your Mom’s day special? I’d love to hear your plans!

Here’s what I used:
Tea Shoppe Stamp Set (w125545, c155547)
Friendly Phrases Stamp Set (w126149, c126151)
Wisteria Wonder Ink (126985)
Wisteria Wonder Card Stock (122922)
Whisper White Card Stock (100730)
So Saffron Card Stock (105118)
Midnight Muse Card Stock (126843)
Big Shot Die Cutting Machine (113439)
Apothecary Accents Framelits (127003)
Fancy Fan Folder (127751)
Pearl Basic Jewels (119247)
Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)
SNAIL Adhesive (104332)

My Digital Studio Aligning Elements

As I continue to explore Stampin’ Up!’s My Digital Studio, I find more to learn!

I’ve been creating some pages and have been wondering how to align my elements. This handy video from Stampin’ Up! helped a LOT!

Here is the project that I made…a card!

My Digital Studio Glad Card

I used the Align Tool for the leaves on the left and the pearls on the top right. The colors I used were Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake and Soft Suede to recolor the pearls.  The background was selected from digital Card Stock and the leaves and sentiment are from the digital Sale-A-Bration set: Bloomin’ Marvelous.  Digital colors/stamps/kits/embellishments never retire! Woohoo! And now, Stampin’ Up! has permanently lowered the cost for My Digital Studio! It’s now only $19.95.

Click on the button below to try it free for 30 days and I’m sure you’ll find that it’s a great design software that you’ll want to own forever!

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New Catalog Video Series

The new Stampin’ Up! catalog is not even ready and I’m excited for its release on June 1st! To help feed my need to create with new stuff and your desire for sneak peeks, I’m putting together a video series to celebrate!

New Catalog Video Series

I’m planning 5 fun projects featuring NEW COLORS, NEW STAMPS and NEW PATTERNS! Each project will be released in a video with a link to a PDF with full supplies and cutting measurements. The projects are EXCLUSIVE to my newsletter subscribers.

By the way, my New Catalog Video Series logo is created using a new digital product with coordinating paper supplies. I mentioned how excited I was to play with the  This and That Epic Day smash book/journaling product line in this previous post. Imagine my excitement when I saw the papers and embellishments in digital form! I used the digital download, This and That Epic Day Kit, to create my logo. I love the colors and the fun arrows and buttons!

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Labels Framelits Border Video

Seriously Teen Digital Scrapbook Page

Remember when I said I couldn’t wait to play with the Seriously Teen Kit from Stampin’ Up! for My Digital Studio? I played!

Seriously Teen Kit My Digital Studio

The digital kit came at just the right time, too! My daughter’s 8th grade science fair was this week and I wanted to scrap those pictures right away. [I'm soooooo behind that the only way to catch up is to scrap what I have handy! At least then, I don't get further behind! Good tip!]

Everything on this scrapbook page came with the kit. The colors in this kit are: Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Midnight Muse, Sahara Sand, Summer Starfruit, Very Vanilla, Wild Wasabi. You can see all of the pieces here.

I love the torn edges of the accent pieces. I widened and lengthened the arrow in the left lower corner so that I could put the student’s names on it.  To add the names, I opened a text box, typed in the names, and then moved the box to the arrow.   Here’s a quick photo tutorial on how to rotate the embellishment and the text box…

MDS element rotation

MDS element rotation

MDS element rotation

MDS element rotation

I hope this mini-tutorial helped you use My Digital Studio a bit better. If you haven’t tried My Digital Studio 2, you can try it our for 30 days–for FREE! Just click on the button below and order it. Don’t forget that My Digital Studio has it’s own website where MDS users can learn, show off their projects and ask questions.
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See you soon,
Diane

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Stampin’ Distress Tool and Mosaic Stamping Video

Today’s video tutorial shows you how to use Stampin’ Up!’s new Stampin’ Distress Tool to make a rough edge on your card stock. No more finger nails for me!
Stampin' Distress Tool

I also feature a mosaic stamping technique with an easy to make stamp using the rubber left overs from wood mount stamps! Keep those edges!

Wasn’t that fun! Here are the supplies I used in the video! You can order these items (except for the wooden sheet and old acrylic stamp blocks!) in my online store. Just click on the item to go to my store!

Stampin’ Distress Tool (127562)
Stamping Sponges (101610)
Soft Suede Ink (126978)
Artistic Embellishment Kit (129328)
5/8″ Flower Trim (126869)
Elements of Style Stamp Set (w-118611; c-120045)
Versamark Ink (102283)
Rose Red Card Stock (102544)
Rose Red Ink (126954)
Apothecary Accents Framelits (127003)
7/8″ Natural Cotton Ribbon (127844)
Bitty Butterfly Punch (129406)
Pearl Basic Jewels (119247)

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Diane

Learn My Digital Studio: Introduction to MDS2

If you wait for me to create videos teaching you how to use My Digital Studio 2, well…it might take a while. Sorry. Lucky for you (and me!), Stampin’ Up! has created a series of instructional videos that we can both use to learn!

This is the first blog post in a series that will help you use My Digital Studio 2, whether you are a pro or a beginner! There are great tips and hints on using the features of My Digital Studio 2 (MDS2). Today’s video is an introduction to MDS2.


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Don’t forget that with every $50 order of supplies you qualify for 1 FREE Sale-a-bration item!!! But…only through March 22nd–18 days from now!!! See what you can get here!

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From Paper Piercing to Embroidering

One of the (many) crafting hobbies I’ve enjoyed was embroidery and I can still do it with Stampin’ Up!’s Paper Piercing Packs. I used the Occasions Paper Piercing Pack for this project.

Embroidery was one of the first crafts I learned and there was something magical about watching the picture develop with each stitch. While I’m still an afficionado, I only embroider very simply on my cards and scrapbook pages. I want to share a tutorial for an Embroidered Card with you today.

The only non-Stampin’ Up! supply I used was my embroidery needle. You can get Tapestry needles at most craft stores. Since you’ll be pushing the needle through an already pierced hole, you don’t need a sharp, pointy needle. But, if that’s what you have at home, that’s fine too! Don’t go out and buy special needles for this unless you plan on doing a lot of it (or, you prick yourself a LOT like I do–Sleeping Beauty’s got nothin’ on me!).

First, I threaded my needle with Baker’s Twine–I used White. I used about a 30″ length. Do not knot the end; you won’t need to and you don’t want a lump behind your image.

Second, I heat embossed the image I wanted to border with embroidery. I used the new Single Stamp “Hello Hello“. I L.O.V.E. this stamp!

Third, the fun started! Place your paper piercing stencil over your sentiment (or wherever you want it on your paper). I used painter’s tape to keep it in place while I was piercing. Be sure to use the Stampin’ Pierce Mat under your paper to protect your work surface and the Paper Piercing Tool which is specially created to pierce through these tiny holes.
Embroidering Pierce

Note: I used a half sheet of card stock because I wasn’t sure which piercing line I would use and I knew I wanted to die cut the resulting piece. I wanted to be sure I had plenty of space for my die cut!

Pierce all around the stamped and embossed image.
Embroidering Piercing is Done

Bring your needle and thread (Baker’s Twine, in this case) through the back. Use a small bit of SNAIL ON THE BACK near the first hole. Stick your thread end to the SNAIL. This will secure the thread and prevent it from pulling through as you make your first few stitches.
Embroidering SNAIL on back

For this embroidery, I used a simple back stitch to border my stamped image. There are lots of other great stitches you can use. I recommend visiting this website if you’re interested in learning more embroidery stitches.

These 2 photos illustrate my 3rd back stitch. You come up from the back, one hole away from your last and then bring your needle back down into the hole where your last stitch ended. This creates a nice even line.
Embroidering Back Stitch

Embroidering Back Stitch 2

Continue this way until you’ve surrounded your stamped image with embroidery. Tip: If you’re right handed, it’s easiest to move your stitches from left to right. If you’re left handed, it will be easiest to move from right to left with your stitches. (I’m a righty!)

Attach the end of your thread to the SNAIL you used in the beginning to secure it from unraveling.
Embroidering Secure thread on back

Your embroidered section is done! Just take your time and pay attention the first few times you embroider on paper. If you make a mistake, you can un-thread your needle and VERY carefully pull your stitches out. Paper will tear if you’re not careful (OK, that may have been a “duh” statement, but don’t say I didn’t caution you!–LOL!).

Embroidering Finished

So, to finish this card, I die cut the stamped and embroidered image out with my Ovals Collection Framelits using sticky notes or painter’s tape to hold the die in place.
Embroidering Die Cutting

Here is the finished card:
Embroidering Finished Card

I used Island Indigo, Pool Party and Whisper White for this card. I used the Ovals Collection Framelits and the Occasions Paper Piercing Pack along with the Stampin’ Pierce Mat and Paper-Piercing Tool. The “Hello, Hello” image is a new single stamp, stamped in VersaMark and heat embossed with White Stampin’ Emboss Powder.

If you want to try embroidering on paper, and you want a quick and easy design, try the Sweet Threads Simply Sent Card Kit Bundle! The Bundle comes with the wood mount stamps!
131105 Sweet Threads Simply Sent Bundle
Make a set of cute cross stitched cards and learn to embroider on paper! Remember, all these supplies are available in My Online Store!

I hope this tutorial was helpful. Show me your projects when you try this technique!

See you soon,
Diane

Remembering Nemo & Recoloring Tutorial

The Day After Nemo

It’s the “day after”… Our little corner of New England experienced an old-fashioned blizzard from Friday through Saturday. It in no way recreated the Blizzard of 1978, but it was a bunch of snow turning our gray and brown winter into white! Named “Nemo” (when did they start naming blizzards???), it dumped over 2 feet of snow and the winds drove the snow drifts even higher.

My sweet snow-warrior husband spend 4 1/2 hours Saturday (plus another couple on Friday night) clearing the snow–by hand (and back!) with a shovel. No, no snow blower for him! Thank goodness we have a teeny, tiny lot with a short driveway! You can see his handiwork in the photo above, taken yesterday when the sun was shining.

I am having so much fun using My Digital Studio 2 to document our lives. Saturday night, I used the Let It Snow digital kit as my base for a double page scrapbook layout about Nemo!

Let It Snow My Digital StudioLet It Snow My Digital Studio

The background paper, frame, dot border and ‘winter wonderland’ quote is from the digital kit, “Let It Snow”. I recolored the frame, border and quote in order to match the color I used for my title. I love the Sahara Sand, Very Vanilla and Bashful Blue of the background digital DSP with the Real Red and Cherry Cobbler of my text. The title was made with the Broadsheet Alphabet digital brush set.

All of these digital elements can be re-sized and recolored. Re-sizing is not exactly new to MDS2, but the fact that you can size larger without the element losing its sharpness (the image would pixilate) IS new and totally AWESOME!!! Thanks, Stampin’ Up!

Recoloring elements, including digital designer series paper, is also new and makes customizing your scrapbook page (or photobook or card or …) so much easier and allows you to use elements that you like in the colors that you want. I wanted my elements to be red to match my snow-warrior’s jacket (plus, it’s his favorite color!). It’s as easy as selecting the element and choosing “recolor” and the color you want. See the quick recoloring tutorial below!
Recoloring image 1 My Digital Studio 2
Recoloring Image 2 My Digital Studio 2

Recoloring Image 3 My Digital Studio 2

If you haven’t had a chance to try My Digital Studio 2, you can have a 30-day FREE trial to decide if it’s right for you!

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Diane

Chalkboard Technique Video Tutorial

The Chalkboard Technique is all the rage in the design world right now. It’s a really pretty and fun look that is easy to recreate. Today’s video tutorial shows you how to create this look on your next card.

First…some apologies. I truly don’t know what happened to the beginning visuals of my video. I can’t find them anywhere–believe me I looked! I don’t think it’ll be like the other stuff I lose–popping up when I least expect it–LOL!  So, for the first 25 seconds you see a very serviceable (but unattractive) title courtesy of YouTube (thanks for saving my tushie, YT!) and we start in a bit abruptly. The only thing you’re missing is 25 seconds of the card and my lovely, welcoming introduction–LOL! Apologies, again, and I hope you enjoy the video.

Leave a comment here or on my YouTube Channel telling me if you’ve tried this technique. I’d love to see your project!

You can get all the supplies for this project in My Online Store, and with every $50 you spend you get free stuff because…it’s SALE-A-BRATION!!!!!

I used…

Basic Black and Raspberry Ripple Card Stock
Embossing Buddy
VersaMark Ink
White Stampin’ Emboss Powder
Heat Tool
White StazOn Ink or Whisper White Craft Ink
Stampin’ Scrub and Stampin’ Mist Stamp Cleaner
White Colored Pencil or Watercolor Pencils
T-Square (found in most office supply stores)

See you soon,
Diane

Online Classes

I don’t know about you, but I really need visuals when I’m learning a new crafting skill. I’m a librarian by day and I spend a lot of time with the written word (alas, I don’t get paid to read all day…sigh…) and for me, reading was always the way I learned. Now, however, as I’m working with visual art, a picture IS worth a thousand words!

If you are like me, my online classes are a great way to learn a new paper crafting technique. The beauty of these classes is that you can watch them whenever you want; you can repeat the class or a section of the class as many times as you need; you don’t need to travel anywhere to get to the class. All you need is a computer (or laptop/tablet/smart device!), a little bit of “me time”, and your own supplies!

Large Scale Prints in Card Making Class Sneak Peek
Here’s a sneak peek of January’s online class about using large scale prints in card making.
A new class will be available on February 15th.

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Diane

New Valentine Card Kit Available!

Happy Boxing Day!

Now that the rush of Christmas is over, it’s time to think about the next major card giving holiday: VALENTINE’S DAY!

What better way to show how much you love someone than by making them a hand made card. To help you do that, I’m offering a new card kit that you will receive when you place a $50+ order in my online store.

Valentines Hearts Card Kit

You will receive a full color pdf tutorial with all supplies and instructions for creating these lovely cards once I receive confirmation that you placed an online order of $50+. Remember, you are not ordering from my store and getting my preferred pricing IF you don’t see my name in the upper right hand corner, like this:
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Free Fun Folds Tutorial

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Quirky Christmas Scrapbook Page

I never know where my inspiration will come from. I saw these cute ornaments
Inspiration for Quirky Christmas Layout
and knew that I wanted to make wonky trees for a Christmas layout!

quirky christmas tree

Everything about this layout is wonky and quirky–I love it!! The trees were sooooo easy and fun to make! The key is to use Stampin’ Up!’s Be of Good Cheer Designer Series Paper and a couple of large circles. The colors I used were Pool Party and Cherry Cobbler, along with Early Espresso ink sponged along all the edges. Again, I love the way Stampin’ Up! makes it so easy to combine colors and patterns. I created a tutorial for this layout and you can get it here.

I also love that there are so many styles of creating that I can play with! This layout has a bit of a retro modern feel to it. Other layouts I create are clean and simple, while others are full of layers and texture! Here are some other scrapbook layouts I’ve created: here and here.

Are you interested in learning more about scrapbooking? Let me know and I’ll create more tutorials. I also have a Scrapbooking class on the first Friday of each month during which we create a 2 page scrapbook layout that you can bring home and complete with your photos. You can get more details on my local classes page.

In the meantime, I hope you’ve found a bit of inspiration today. You can buy all the items I used on this layout in My Online Store!

See you soon,
Diane

 

Card Class Samples & Free Tutorials

A few nights ago I taught some wonderful ladies how to make stamped cards using Stampin’ Up!’s awesome supplies. I already shared the cards we made, but today I wanted to give you a gift. I really appreciate your support and hope that I share information that you enjoy and that is helpful to you.

I created brief tutorials for each project and gave them out. I want you to have them, too. So…here are the directions for each project.

Festival of Prints Holiday Card

French Foliage Bookmark

Gently Falling Thank You Card Tutorial

Enjoy  and thanks again for being great blog pals!

See you soon,
Diane

Ghoulish Googlies Mini Scrapbooks

This isn’t what Stampin’ Up! expected from the uber-cute Ghoulish Googlies Designer Kit, but I saw this idea on a fellow stamper’s website and just had to make some! These mini scrapbooks couldn’t be easier to make and I think the parents of the three toddlers I know will enjoy filling them with pictures!

Ghoulish Googlies Mini Scrapbooks

I used one package of the Ghoulish Googlies Designer Kit. The Kit contains: the cute cobwebby tags, the glassine bags, googly eyes, and Pumpkin Pie/Whisper White Baker’s Twine (exclusive to this kit–and, I did not use).

The stamp set I used was Toxic Treats–one of my favorites! The toad is stamped in Old Olive Ink, and the words are stamped in Basic Gray Ink. The tags were sponged with Crumb Cake Ink to tone down the bright white of the tags and make them better match the designer series paper.

I also used pieces of the Howlstooth & Scaringbone Designer Series Paper and Tangerine Tango, Basic Black and Basic Gray card stock.

I cut shapes with the Labels Collection Framelits, the  2 1/2″ Circle Punch and the 2 3/8″ Scallop Punch. Rhinestones add a little pizzazz!

Here’s a photo of the inside, with dimensions for photo trimming.

Ghoulish Googlies Mini Scrapbooks 2

You can see the cute googly eye on the tag!

Here are basic directions for making these mini scrapbooks:

  1. Measure your bags and cut your rectangles to fit your project.
  2. Staple together 3 of the glassine bags at the closed end. You want to be able to slide the pages in and out of the bags.
  3. Cover the front and back with rectangles of designer series paper. You can also use designer series paper to cover the outside of each bag, but I chose not to.
  4. Stamp your focal image, trim and mount onto die cut card stock and then onto the cover of the mini album. I used another image on the back of the bag.
  5. Stamp words and trim closely. Use them to label the front and the pull tabs.
  6. Cut card stock to fit inside the bags and attach a tag as a pull tab.
  7. I used Multipurpose Liquid Glue to adhere everything to my mini scrapbook. It holds beautifully and I’m not worried that the papers will come off the bags. I hope that these mini albums will be in my friend’s purses and will be shown around!

Ghoulish Googlies Mini Scrapbooks Back

I hope you enjoyed this little bit of Halloween creativity!

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Diane

24 Hours ‘Til the 12 Weeks of Christmas!

12 Weeks of Christmas 2012

In 24 hours from now, I will start sending my 12 Weeks of Christmas emails. This is my gift to you and I’ve got some fun cards, gifts and tags planned for you! I’m so excited to share!

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