Together We Bloom Clear Stamp Set
You’re So Ranunculus Clear Stamp Set
I watercolored everything with my Zig Clean Colour Real Brush markers. I haven’t used them in quite some time and now I’m wondering why! They are so amazing!
Hey stampers, Anni here!
So happy and honored to be a guest designer for Studio Katia this month.
I had so much fun playing with these super cute stamps. For my cards today I used the set called Foxes. I am a big fan of foxes and it is very hard, well, let’s say impossible, to resist fox stamps. And this set is especially awesome.
I started by stamping all images in this set on white cardstock with alcohol marker friendly ink. I didn’t use all the images in the end but I like to colour all the images to have a few to choose from. For the colouring I decided to go with Copics because I love the bright colours.
I have something shocking to tell you: I am a fan of fussy cutting. With the coordinating dies it seems I could never get them in the right place and never end up with an even border around the images. I don’t know why but I found the ones from Studio Katia much easier to use and you may notice that I got a satisfying result.
For my first card I used a die from the set Dotted Pattern Set 1 and for the sentiment the hello die from the You’re Ranunculus Coordinating die set. For a little bit of interest I stamped and heat embossed some mushrooms on my cardbase.
I assembled the card and added some sequins for the finishing touch.
My second card is a real clean and simple one.
I just added a Mini Thank You die cut to my sleeping fox. I think such a cute image can stand on its own.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great week.
Happy Thursday everyone, Kristina here with another floral card for today featuring the Stitched Creative Window and Duo Talk Clear Stamp set.
First I diecut the frame out with the Creative Window Creative Die several times from white paper and once from a silver glitter paper. Then I die cut the background panel with a largest Creative Rectangle die.
On my panel I’ve traced all the windows with a pencil to mark spots for my flowers. In the windows I’ve stamped the flowers from the set of Painted Flowers from Altenew were stained with black water-resistant ink. I used Zig Clean Color Real Brush and Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Pen instead of water. These pens are perfect for that.
It’s hard to see the shine in the photo, but the flowers are very glittery. In the center I’ve stamped the Thanks sentiment. After that, I’ve glued all the white frames and glued the last layer glitter and pasted on the panel with the florals. After that, I cut down a rectangular panel of white Woodgrain paper from SSS using the largest Stitched Rectangle Die by SSS. To finish the card I’ve adhered it all together on a white cardbase panel.
Thank You all for stopping by and have a great day!
Valentyna is here and the celebration of the summer with Mini Release continues.
For my card, I chose images from Birthday Lions Clear Stamp Set, Birthday Lions Coordinating Dies, Kobi the Birthday Bear Stamp Set, and Brush Stroke Stripes for the background. The background stamped in SSS Duckling, Willow, and Thistle.
Birthday Lions Clear Stamp Set
Birthday Lions Coordinating Dies
Kobi the Birthday Bear | Bundlet
Brush Stroke Stripes Clear Stamp Set
Round Stamping Block
MISTI Stamping Tool
Few layers of stamping with Duckling ink. Sentiment in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and Majestic Fusion sequins.
The background was stamped with SSS Thistle ink and I added banners in upper corners. Everything else stays the same.
For the Kobi
Didn’t want this lovely green background to be left sitting on my desk. I used Kobi the Birthday Bear Stamp Set and matching die to create one more birthday card.
Hope you like them too!
Thank you for stopping by!
Have a great day!
It’s finally here the coordinating dies that you’ve been asking for. This Mini June Release includes 1 new Tropical Forest Fusion (which includes the 3/4mm clear round drops), 5 NEW seed bead colors, 3 New shades of floral sequins, 3mm sequins and of course COORDINATING DIES for Foxes, Birthday Lions and Together We Bloom sets.
Now let’s hear it from our Design Team!
Today I have an interactive slider card for you! Just pull the gift up and the lion begins to move.
Olga here with another card featuring Birthday Lions Coordinating dies.
Birthday Lions Clear Stamp Set, Birthday Lions Coordinating Dies, Majestic Fusion, Dotted Hexagons Creative Dies
It’s so much easier now to create fun scenes with coordinating dies. No more fussy cutting!
Kristina here and I’m happy to show you today a card with simple watercolor background and charming foxes that now come with coordinating dies.
I’ve also added a sentiment inside my card “I Love You” with a little foxy paw I thought it was so cute.
Thank You all for stopping by and have a Crafty Day!
To celebrate this Mini June Release We are giving away two $50 Gift certificates to the store to two lucky winners 🙂 Leave a comment for your chance to win!
The winners will be announced on July 1, 2017 over on the Studio Katia Blog!
Next, I die cut each of the flowers along with 4 pieces of ivory cardstock with the co-ordinating die. On the ivory piece, I scored about 1/2 inch from the top and applied some Scor-Tape. This will create the back of the tag.
Today I have another card featuring the amazing peonies and new Dotted Patterns Set of dies.
Together We Bloom Clear Stamp Set
Happy Clear Stamp Set
Dotted Patterns Set – 1 Creative Dies
Clear Round Drops – Mix
Tending to make CAS card I actually manage to make quite white but not CAS card :). The white card base is accompanied by a soft plaid rectangle and a big delicate white tag. Flowers – the center of this card are Studio Katia peonies again, in turquoise with green leaves.
I colored and fuzzy cut flowers and arranged them on one side of the tag and adhered with 3D tape and multi-medium. I added the round clear drops for delicacy.There is a gift card pocket inside. The Dotted Patterns Set of dies comes with a small curvy element with which the pocket is made. As a pocket is white, I decided to stamp the card base with different sentiments.Thank you for stopping by!
Olga here and today I’m here to share you this fun shaker card featuring the adorable Kobi from the Kobi The Birthday Bear Stamp Set.
Kobi the Birthday Bear Stamp Set
Dotted Patterns Set – 1 Creative Dies
Birthday Lions Clear Stamp Set
Crystal Rainbow Fusion, Majestic Fusion
Emerald Green Seed Beads, Silver Foil Seed Beads
Sparkling Crystals – Mix
To start, I die cut the cardbase using the largest dotted frame die from Darling Ribbon & Dotted Frames, next I used the new creative dies set Dotted Patterns Set – 1 to die cut the window and then I did the shaker with sequins – Crystal Rainbow Fusion , Majestic Fusion and seed beads – Emerald Green , Silver Foil (Metallic) and Sparkling Crystals mix.
Then I colored all the images with Spectrum Noir markers and die cut using the coordinating dies. I took the flags & a cap from the Birthday Lions Stamp Set (sneak peek coordinating dies are coming soon)
To finish off the card, I’ve adhered all together. The card is done all that’s left is to shake it off!
Thank you for the visit, I wish you a great day!
Hello lovely! Erica here with a bright, cheery card celebrating the arrival of summer.
As a flower lover and florist, I ADORE flower stamps of all kinds and the You’re So Ranunculus is just dreamy. It has a matching creative cut but if you know you want both the stamp and the coordinating die, you might as well grab the bundle. Just saying 🙂
For this card I wanted to try something different and not my usual A2 sized ones. I cut a piece of water colour card stock, Strathmore Bristol Vellum as always, in an 8″x4″ shape. The idea was to stamp the flowers along the bottom, much like a flower bed and then colour them with my Gansai Tambi 36 pack. I decided to heat emboss the flowers so I started out by sprinkling the card stock with my anti-static tool and then placed the stamp in my MISTI (because I’m utterly incapable of stamping anything without it since I got it a couple of years ago) The stamping and heat embossing I did in batches to make sure nothing overlapped as I didn’t bother with a mask for this card. Next time I think I will though, that means I can get all the stamping done and dusted in one go.
Once all the heat embossing was done I got the water colours out and got to work. I used mostly yellow for the flowers as I intend to send this card to a friend of mine and she loves yellow. I also blended in a little bit of orange to create a peach colour for some of the blooms and then finished off with a few pinkish ones. All the stems and leaves were coloured in with greens and then I added a fainter shade of the same green around the stems to fill in the gaps a little. I still thought it needed a little something else after that so I shaded the stems with a little more green and then added some little drops all around the flowers. This is one of my favourite ways of adding some interest to a panel without adding embellishments.
To finish off the card I used the word dies that comes with the coordinating die, ‘hello’ and ‘lovely’, which are lovely and flowy.
I cut them out in gold glitter card stock and added to the top of the panel at an angle. For the card base I used a Lawn Fawn card stock called Sunflower, it’s bright yellow and I thought it perfect to frame the card as I cut it just 1/4″ bigger than the panel itself. I adhered the panel to the card base using my beloved foam tape to raise it up a little bit, which is another favourite crafting trick of mine.
Here is the full card and that’s it from me for today.
Happy crafting and shopping from Erica
Svitlana is here today. Several posts ago I mentioned that had gotten Distress Oxides before and they become my new love right away. Today I want to share card using Distress Oxide bleaching technique. This technique can be used with any ink or paint that can be “removed” with water. And I definitely wanted to try it with Oxides. You’re So Ranunculus Stamp Set is a perfect set to try this technique with.
To start off I created a gradient background by inking a white panel with Worn Lipstick and Fossilized Amber Oxides. You may read and heard this a lot, but I still will say it – those are so easy to blend. I dare to say, that I’m pretty experienced in ink blending. But still can sometimes get those sharp edges. Oxides are much easier to work with. They blend like butter!
Next I put the panel aside to let ink dry. After it dried out I white emboss gorgeous Ranunculus onto the panel.
Then I started adding water with damp brush inside the embossed image outlines. I was letting the water to sit there for several seconds and then blotted it of with a paper towel. The water reacted with oxides and diluted then to some point. Giving this interesting kind of bleached look.
I also added some water droplets to the whole panel using Distress Sprayer and blotted them off as well. Then the panel got adhered onto a white card base. For the sentiment I die cut a hello using a die from You’re So Ranunculus Die Set. To finish off my card I added several frosted hearts.
I really like how bleaching technique works for Distress Oxides. Like the soft result I got after removing some inks with water.
Hope you like my card and give this technique a try. Have a wonderful day!