IAR: Monthly challenge: Anything goes!

Me again today, for a quick update on the blog :-)

I was super eager to show you all this folded card using all the gorgeous flowers from I Am Roses, along with a super sweet stamp from Stamping Bella called Tiny Townie Garden Lily.


I don't know about you, but I really like when I can reuse a stamp for multiple occasions, and this card called for a non-traditional Christmas twist!


I first started by stamping the image with Desert Sand ink from Memento to get a no-line colouring look, so that the whole card would have a soft look matching the beautiful flowers I had picked for my inspiration.


And to do things differently, I decided to create a center-folded card that would open up with some twine hidden behind the image.


I used these I Am Roses products:

S3-01
L20-15
BG5 or GB4
S10


And I hope you will try out the Anything Goes challenge on the IAR blog!

SugarPea Designs: Sweet2Repeat blog hop+ VIDEO

Hey guys!

I know I've been REALLY quiet lately, but my internship has been kicking my butt big time :-S Anyhow, I couldn't miss creating a little video with the latest release at SugarPea Designs using the winter collection!

Want to see the full process in action? The video is already up on the Youtube channel in HD or down below!



SugarPea Designs: When life gives you lemons...

Good morning everyone!

I have a new card to share with you today for SugarPea Designs :-) 

With this past week-end sale on paper pads (didn't see it? make sure to follow our Facebook page for all promotions and giveaways!), I really wanted to play with the Whatever The Weather Patterned Paper Collection


Isn't it super cheery and colorful? Plus, I love how you can easily match the colours from the paperpads to Copic markers, the way I did with the Pucker Up stamp set

I first started by stamping the pitcher and the juicer onto some Cryogen White cardstock, then coloured them with the markers I just mentionned above. After that, I die-cut them with the matching SugarCut (so useful and a real time-saver!), and put them aside while I did the card itself.

I folded a 4½"x11" piece of white 100lbs cardstock in two to create the cardbase. I like how this material is so sturdy! Then, I die-cut a panel from the SugarCut – Arrow Cover Plate into the stripe pattern paper. Oh! always keep those extra bits from die-cutting aside, as you can easily reuse them in a shaker project or as a finishing touch :-) My two-cents!

After mounting the panel onto the cardbase with some foam tape for extra dimension, I die-cut two circles with the SugarCuts – Zig Zag Stitched Circles in order to center all my coloured pieces together. And what's a card without a good sentiment, right? I especially love the font on this one from the same stamp set, so I stamped it onto a white tag done using the SugarCut – With Love Tag and completed it with a red polka dot heart and green branches.

I added a few white Nuvo Drops here and there, and that was it!


Ready to give it a try? Make sure you come and show us the result on the SugarPea Designs Facebook group, where LOTS of inspiration happen!