On the CASE: Vintage Leaves

I am so excited to share today’s On the CASE file with you! Vintage Leaves is one of my favorite sets, and the sample in this year’s catalog is just a stunner – and easier than you might think!

Ann is CASE-ing out another carry-over set – Sheltering Tree (page 150 of the Annual Catalog), and this time, I’ve picked out another botanical – Vintage Leaves. I love that this set has a nice variety of realistic leaf images. They look amazing stamped, or embossed. And, of course, with the coordinating framelits (Leaflets Framelits), there’s no excuse to skip this set. Though, the shapes are easy enough for fussy cutting if you prefer.

Since Vintage Leaves doesn’t have a sentiment set, it’s likely that you’ll combine it with a sentiment from another set, or from a die. The catalog sample uses a diecut from the Lovely Words Thinlits, and a stamped sentiment from Lovely Inside & Out. I don’t have that stamp set, so I opted for Sunshine Sayings. That’s the beauty of this design – you can pair up any sentiment for any occasion. It would work as a sympathy card equally as well as a birthday card!

The last element I’m really diggin’ in this CASE is the embossing paste – white on white – and the white diecut leaves. So elegant!!!

Stamps and Paper and Inks … Oh, My!

Stamps: Vintage Leaves, Sunshine Sayings
Paper: Thick Whisper White Cardstock (8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″), Whisper White Cardstock (4″ x 5″), 2″ strips of Chocolate Chip, Cajun Craze, Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron & Emerald Envy, Silver Foil Paper (2″ x 3″)
Inks: Early Espresso, Cajun Craze, Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron, Emerald Envy
Accessories: Metallics Sequin Assortment, Silver Metallic Thread
Other: Embossing Paste, Pattern Party Decorative Masks, Palette Knives, Big Shot, Leaflets Framelits, Lovely Words Thinlits

On the CASE Notes

(your step-by-step guide)

It’s easiest to break this into three distinct sections, then assemble at the end!

BACKGROUND

  1. Score your card base at 4 1/4″. Fold and burnish the edge with a bone folder.
  2. Put the diamond mask from the Pattern Party Decorative Masks on top of the folded card base and use the angled knife from the Palette Knives set to smear paste across the mask. Set the card base aside to dry.

***Nit-picky details: Note in step three that you see some of the paste on the mask. You really want to scrape the knife across the mask so there’s no paste on the mask. That’s how you’ll get a nice, thin layer on the cardstock underneath. Too thick and it will take forever to dry!

LEAVES

Move on to the leaves. You only need scraps of the colored cardstock as you’ll be cutting out strips and re-assembling.

  1. Stamp the corresponding ink color onto each piece of cardstock. Note where you will cut out the shape eventually. You don’t need whole leaves, so this is a great opportunity to use up scraps!
  2. Once the strips are stamped, cut them out with the Leaflet Framelit and trim down to smaller strips.
  3. Use a stamped image (I did mine on some grid paper) as a guide to glue the strips together into the full leaf image.
  4. The last leaf step is to cut out a maple and an oak leaf in Whisper White using the Leaflets Framelits.

SENTIMENT & ASSEMBLE

Remember that you can totally customize this part, so, this is only a guide for the actual CASE.

  1. Cut the “friends” image from the Silver Foil using the Lovely Words Thinlits. You’ll snip the word from the circle.
  2. Stamp the rest of the sentiment on a scrap of whisper white and snip out with Paper Snips. I used a sentiment from Sunshine Sayings – it was “so happy for you” and I cut it down to “for you” and added the comma with a Cajun Craze marker.
  3. Affix the white leaves to the card base. I opted to glue them down directly, though they may have been popped up on Stampin’ Dimensionals
  4. Add circles of Silver Metallic Thread to the back of the colored leaf. Affix to the card base with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  5. Adhere the “friend” diecut and the stamped sentiment (as shown)
  6. Add three silver sequins from the Metallics Sequin Assortment (as shown)

 

How Hard Was It to Crack this CASE?

Difficulty Level: 2 out of 5 – There’s lots of steps, but breaking it out like I did makes this card totally manageable! You could even do this one in multiples with an assembly-line approach. If you want to make more than one, I would recommend changing the center leaf to a single color vs. taking the time to put all the layers together. That’s the most time consuming part!

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On the CASE: Tabs for Everything

It’s a new month, and Ann & I are On the CASE!

Ann is CASE-ing out an amazing creation on page 93 of the Annual Catalog, and this time, I thought I would sleuth out the sample for a new stamp set and punch bundle – Tabs for Everything. It’s on page 43 of the Annual Catalog, and there’s all sorts of cute samples to dive into! The new circle tab punch is a no-brainer accessory to make super cute pull-tab pocket cards, catalog or planner tabs, or even bookmarks. I decided to hone in on the square card done up in Pool Party. It doesn’t use the coordinating Circle Tab Punch, but it does use another coordinating punch you probably already have!

I was really hoping that it would be a 3x3 size, and after cutting out the circles to give it a whirl, I quickly figured out that it was! Yippee!! I really love the 3x3 size – it’s commonly called a love note size. The sample is also a play on an “inchie” card. Inchie cards are usually made up of 1″ x 1″ squares – sometimes with stamping (like a sampler), sometimes with just different DSP. In this case, we have stamped images like a sampler, but they’re circles, and 3/4″ instead of 1″.

Stamps and Paper and Inks … Oh, My!

Stamps: Tabs for Everything
Paper: Thick Whisper White Cardstock (3″ x 6″), Whisper White Cardstock (3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″), Pool Party (3″ x 3″)
Inks: Pool Party, Crushed Curry, Flirty Flamingo, Tranquil Tide
Other: 3/4″ Circle Punch, Metallic Enamel Shapes, Iridescent Sequin Assortment, sewing machine (optional)

A note on card size

The 3x3 size can truly be just 3x3 instead of a 3x6 folded base. Doing just a 3x3 “postcard” is a cute option if you want to turn it into a tag – just add a hole in the corner and some twine to attach. Or, if you want a quick card to put in a lunch or pocket, just write on the back and call it good!

On the CASE Notes

(your step-by-step guide)

This cutie will come together quickly – just take it color by color and you’ll be done in no time!

  1. If you’re using a 3″ x 6″ card base, score at 3″ and burnish the fold with your bone folder. Set aside.
  2. Take the 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ whisper white, and start creating your “inchies”. If you’re following the CASE, I found it easiest to start with one color and stamp all of the images that use that color, then move on to the next. Here’s some pics:

***Nit-picky details: Note that in step 3, I stamped the small heart, and the stars stamps using stamped-off Pool Party. If you look at the catalog, you’ll see them there, oh, so faintly! Also note the darker hearts are both Tranquil Tide – one stamped off. Same for the stars – they’re stamped-off Tranquil Tide.

  1. Now that you’re done stamping, punch out each circle using the 3/4″ Circle Punch. There’s only one that’s a little bit different – the 3-heart circle. Here’s some pictures to help you see how to get the shorter “dip” of Flirty Flamingo on the bottom:

Finishing

Time to assemble!

  1. Adhere the circles to the Pool Party layer. Be sure to space the images evenly. I just eyeballed this step, but you could get scientific with a ruler and pencil if you want…
  2. OPTIONAL: Add stitching with a sewing machine and white thread across three of the circles as shown.
  3. Adhere the Pool Party layer to the card base.
  4. Add the smallest Metallic Enamel Shapes, and a sequin. I find that the Precision Glue Pen is the best tool for applying sequins. Just a little glue goes a long way!

How Hard Was It to Crack this CASE?

Difficulty Level: 1 out of 5 – For such a cute card, this one came together in just a few minutes. Of course, you could step it up with some colored 1″ circles behind the stamped images, but why? This would be great for a group stamping event like a workshop or class. It teaches some core stamping techniques – stamping off, stamping over other stamped images and punching.

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5 Ways to Add a Lace Look

The Remarkable Ink Big Blog Hop. Join us each month for inspiration and amazing projects using Stampin' Up! products. #pmretreat #stampinup #bloghop #rubberstamping #papercrafting

Welcome to the first ever Remarkable Ink Big Blog Hop! This month’s theme is Sale-a-Bration, so I thought I’d showcase 5 ways to add a lace look using the Delicate Details stamp set. It’s a lovely “accessory” stamp set that’s available FREE with $50 purchase during Sale-a-Bration!

Since this is an “accessory” stamp set (doesn’t have any sentiments) I paired it with another Sale-a-Bration set – Any Occasion. You’ll see that my samples really are great for any occasion — Lace isn’t reserved for the frilly and feminine!

You may just be starting the blog hop here at my blog or may be hopping over from elsewhere on the list. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all the projects.

Lace isn't just for the frilly & feminine. Today's 5 designs take you outside the box!Click To Tweet

Stretching My Creativity

Ok – here we go! 5 ways to add a lacy look. I came up with the title before I created the projects, so I was committed (or doomed to an eternity in the Retreat to come up with 5 samples). After I got past the first one, the rest came easy. I think the key tipping point was deciding to add in the Any Occasion stamp set for the sentiments. It helped set the tone and card size (I opted for our 3.5 x. 5 notecards).

There’s lots of watercoloring too… it really is quite fun to come up with washes and other ways to use our reinkers and aquapainters! Ok, so, enough blahblahblahblah…. Click on the plus signs to view each project.

1. Distressed & Hinted-at Lace
For the Remarkable Ink Big Blog Hop, March 2017. Featuring Delicate Details & Any Occasion stamp sets, Aquapainters, Gold Sequins Trim, Gold Wink of Stella #pmretreat #stampinup #foryou #greetingcard #handstamped

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This is the design that kicked-off this whole collection. I wanted watercolor – bright & vivid. I wanted lace – hinted-at… UGH! It took me a couple of tries, but I finally arrived at gorgeous! Yes – that is Tempting Turquoise. Straight from the re-inker with just a hint of water added. Layer, dry. Layer, dry. Layer, dry. Then, the lace was stamped with Whisper White craft ink, and immediately covered in white embossing powder. I took a dry paintbrush to the powder to remove some of it from the lace, then heat-set it. I did stamp the “twine” stamp to align the sentiment, but then I glued some Linen Thread right over the top, with one of the Party Animal embellishments. I did add some Clear Wink of Stella to the lace in the end…

2. Lace In-The-Round
For the Remarkable Ink Big Blog Hop, March 2017. Featuring Delicate Details & Any Occasion stamp sets, Aquapainters, Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits, Gold Wink of Stella #pmretreat #stampinup #thankyou#greetingcard #handstamped

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This one came together quick! Another watercolor wash using Tempting Turquoise reinker – this time, on Shimmery White Cardstock. Then, some ink spatter, and Gold Wink of Stella spatter. Dry it up quick with the Heat Tool. Then, I punched out a 2″ circle from some scrap and attached it to an acrylic block. I was able to work one of the lace patterns around the circle, and add the sentiment around the bottom (check out my Instagram feed). Genius! Stamp in Basic Black Archival Ink, add the Dragonfly and pop-up on some Stampin’ Dimensionals.

3. Lace in the Background
For the Remarkable Ink Big Blog Hop, March 2017. Featuring Delicate Details & Any Occasion stamp sets, Aquapainters, Gold Sequins Trim, Gold Wink of Stella #pmretreat #stampinup #wedding #weddingshower #greetingcard #handstamped

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I know you’ve seen it everywhere, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t use all of the Delicate Details stamps in a big block to create a background. Here, Whisper White Craft Ink on a Crumb Cake Notecard is a nice, light detail to set the background apart from the top layer. There’s some more Turquoise watercolor wash with gold and turquoise spatter. This time, a tiny bit of Calypso Coral – in both the hearts and the background strip. Oh, and how about some glitz with a small sequins flag? Wondering how I got that scallop? I used just the top of the Best Badge Punch! Nice hack, right?

4. Lace Gone Masculine…?
For the Remarkable Ink Big Blog Hop, March 2017. Featuring Delicate Details & Any Occasion stamp sets, Aquapainters,Urban Underground Embellishments, Gold Wink of Stella #pmretreat #stampinup #birthday #masculine #greetingcard #handstamped

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I knew I wanted to get in a good guy look, so here we are. Crumb Cake notecard with watercoloring across the bottom. I opted for the more curly-cue stamps from Delicate Details. Does it count as lace? There’s some more Turquoise and gold splatter, and the Happy Birthday banner. To set off the top layer, I added a strip of Tangerine Tango to the top, and a screw head element from the Urban Underground embellishments.

5. Lace As An Architectural Feature
For the Remarkable Ink Big Blog Hop, March 2017. Featuring Delicate Details & Any Occasion stamp sets, Aquapainters, Gold Sequins Trim, Gold Wink of Stella #pmretreat #stampinup #hello #greetingcard #handstamped

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This last look is pretty far out. I got some watercolor paper really wet on top and dripped the ink and let it roll. That’s what I got. Pretty neat!. Then, I added the two lace patterns – one on the base card, and one on the watercolor element. I thought I would use ribbon, but opted for the Gold Sequins Trim instead. I think the whole top has an architectural look to it. Kind of  like crown molding or the top of a column, or wood “gingerbread” detail (technically called a Spandrel). I used the Signo White Gel Pen to add some white detail, just for some pop.

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Whew! That was a marathon!! I hope you’re inspired to pull out your Aquapainters, reinkers and Delicate Details stamp set to create some cards like these. If you don’t have this stamp set, you have until the end of the month to place a $50 order to get it for free! Use my ideas above to help kick-start your creativity for today – and share your results!

Why?

Because creatives crave inspiration! By sharing your work, not only will you get better, and craft more often, but you’ll be helping inspire others too. Creativity is a team sport, so get out there and share.

Here’s how you can share with me:

  1. Leave a COMMENT below!
  2. Post a project inspired by today’s post on my Facebook page OR
  3. Post it Pinterest and use the hashtag #PMRInspired2017 OR
  4. Post it to Instagram and use the hashtag #PMRInspired2017

When I find your creations, I’ll comment and I’ll share them right here!

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  1. Use those big ‘ol SHARE buttons below and post today’s creative inspiration for others to find
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This is For You (PPA314)

Are you feeling the Olympic spirit? I sure am – it’s been amazing Games for team USA! Today’s card is one of those solid players – a utility player if you will. A design that will fit many needs – to accompany a gift, to give encouragement, to just say “hi”. A sentiment like “this is for you”, coupled with some solid patterns is the perfect recipe for a utility card – one of many to have at the ready for any occasion!

 

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Today’s design was also brought to you with inspiration from the latest Pals Paper Arts sketch – this week, provided by Amy Lazzell. I hope you play along with us this week!

By Nicole Watt for Pals Paper Arts (PPA314): Paisleys & Posies, Tin of Tags, Copper Foil; For more details, click through to my blog! #StampinUp #PMRetreat #paisley #foryou #card
By Nicole Watt for Pals Paper Arts (PPA314): Paisleys & Posies, Tin of Tags, Copper Foil; For more details, click through to my blog! #StampinUp #PMRetreat #paisley #foryou #card

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Maven’s Mastery Tips

MYOB!

No, not mind your own business – but Make Your Own Background! Today’s Pinnable tip is to use multiple stamps (either clear mount, or photopolymer) on a large block to create your own background pattern. You can use stamps from the same set, or different ones. Get creative! Click the Pin button on the picture to the right to save this tip to one of your Pinterest boards!

Metal Medallions & Sentiments

Using our Gold, Silver, or soon to be released COPPER FOIL adds that lovely metallic shine to any project in a jiffy. If you want to stamp on it, you need to use Staz On, or if you’re really careful, you can emboss on it. (The Embossing Buddy is a MUST!) Be sure to stamp straight up and down, no rolling or smooshing, or you’re image will smear.

Hidden Holidays

The DSP behind the stamped paisleys is from the new Halloween DSP – Halloween Night Specialty DSP. You might not celebrate Halloween, but that doesn’t mean this paper is out! There are some really lovely patterns that can be used outside of the holiday – even a pattern with pumpkins that could be used for fall or Thanksgiving projects!

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Bohemian is a Go-To for Fall

If you’ve been following along lately, you know that I’ve been exploring the Bohemian DSP. I find it a very difficult pack to work with, especially the big zig-zag pattern. So, instead of avoiding it, I’ve been tackling it, and hopefully mastering it! The bonus for you is that it will culminate in a freebie in a few days 🙂

Anyway, this DSP is a no-brainer for fall designs. The rich, regal colors are reminiscent of fall leaves and gorgeous fall sunsets. And, paired with the new Lighthearted Leaves (2015 Holiday Catalog, pg. 44) and Leaflets Framelits (2015-16 AC pg. 172), the result is stunning!

 

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Maven’s Mastery Tips

Walk the Line: Instead of going against a pattern, try working with it! Look closely at the piece of DSP – I’ve simply followed the line of the zig-zag to make a more interesting cut.

Break the Line: Unless you’re doing colorblocking, it’s unusual to keep an unbroken line in a design. Here, I used the leaves to cut across the angled DSP. It helps bring all of the elements together. Additionally, I trailed gold thread circles between the leaves to connect them. It’s delicate, but just enough to mirror the embossing, and to continue breaking that line.

Smooth it Out: Have you ever embossed a piece of cardstock, then put some DSP over it only to see hints of the embossing because the DSP has rippled or bent a little around the embossing underneath? Here’s how I avoided that… After embossing the Delightful Dijon cardstock, I placed the DSP on top and used a pencil to lightly trace where the DSP would end. Then, I used my bone folder to flatten the embossed circles that would end up under the DSP. Since the cardstock was going to be sandwiched between the Whisper White base, and the DSP nobody would see what I’d done – they would just know that the DSP looks nice and smooth.

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