Good morning! Emily here with you today with some totally random cards that don’t even remotely go together…. but inspiration struck, so I just went with it. I hope you don’t mind!

For my first project, I was inspired by one of my daughter’s new outfits for school. (They’re starting pre-k in a few weeks…. (wah!) so I’ve been stocking up on clothes. Why don’t they make big girl clothes as cute as little girl clothes???) We purchased a little outfit that had leggings with the prettiest yellow flowers on a gray  background. I thought “I can replicate that with the Fresh Cut Anemones!” And here’s the result!

I started by heat embossing my favorite background- Geometric Lattice Background– using white embossing powder onto some pale gray card stock. I used my blender tool and some Crystal Pewter ink to bring out the embossing on the bottom corner of the embossed panel. For the flowers, I used some yellow card stock from my stash (ahem, massive drawer packed FULL of colored card stock) to die cut the Fresh Cut Anemones. I wanted to do pale yellow anemones, but I am particular enough that I loathe the white edge when you stamp a solid image on white card stock and then layer on a colored background. Totally ruins the effect for me. So, I thought… what better reason to use my colored cardstock? I simply compensated for the lack of “edge” by stamping only the top two layers of the beautiful layered stamps from Fresh Cut Anemones using Vanilla Cupcake and Beach Blondie. I stamped the details in the center with Crystal Pewter and Caviar inks. I stamped the greeting from  Anemone Wishes on a strip of white card stock, then flagged the end. I popped all of the flowers in the corner with some dimensional adhesive, then added a few Shotgun Gray sequins to make the black of the centers pop even more.

For my second card, I decided to completely change gears and pull out the new Mermaid Vibes set. I couldn’t wait to put my Zigs to this pretty girl. I decided to create a “porthole” effect by doing some masking. To start, I cut a panel of A2 sized masking paper, adhered it to the front of the card, then die cut one of the stitched circle dies from the center. I then stamped the waves using Cali Blue and Azurite inks (I left off the top layer since it was primarily on the bottom where it wouldn’t be visible), then used my blending tool to lightly blend some Parisian Blue ink to create a sky. When I pulled the masking paper back, I had a perfectly round little vignette! Masking is like magic to me haha!

For the pretty mermaid, I stamped and heat embossed both the seated mermaid and her seashell throne onto some watercolor paper using silver embossing powder, then colored them both with my Zig markers and damp paintbrush. I added some shimmer to her tail with a Spectrum Noir shimmer pen and some Glossy Accents. I stamped the greeting from Mermaid Vibes on the card front using Caviar ink, then popped up the mermaid on her throne on the card front using some dimensional adhesive. The last step was to add some Pixie Pink sequins… I think they look kind of like bubbles!

Well, that’s all for me today! I hope you enjoyed these cards, even if they are totally random! Have an absolutely marvelous weekend, friends!


Hi everyone, it’s Lisa here again, stamping with The Ton!  I’m stopping by today to share with you a sweet little birthday card I made using The Ton’s Summer Blooms stamps and coordinating dies.   I love the look of these Summer Blooms stamped with Hampton White Pigment ink and embossed with Ranger Superfine White embossing powder.  I used Bristol watercolor paper so that I could do some coloring with my Kuretake Clean Color Real Brush Markers.   I love watching Effie’s watercolor instructional videos on The Ton’s YouTube channel.  She has helped me learn to color and shade my florals using different techniques and mediums.  If you get a chance, I highly recommend you stop on over and follow her on YouTube, she’s awesome!

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Using The Ton’s Minor Stripes Cling Background Stamp and Hollywood Star dye ink, I stamped a 4.25″ x 5.5″ piece of white cardstock.  Then I cut a 2″ piece for the bottom and glued the Summer Blooms to the top edge.   Using the Modern Labels die set I cut a piece to line up along the top edge of the card.  I added dimensional tape to the back of both of these pieces.

Next, I stamped the sentiment onto a top folded 4.25″ x 5.5″ white card base.  I temporarily positioned the top and bottom striped pieces to make sure I was lining the sentiment up correctly.  Using my MISTI I stamped the Noir black sentiment first, from the Summer Blooms stamp set.  This set has some beautifully scripted sentiments along with the florals and I really love the look of the mixed fonts.  I stamped the “Happy Birthday” from the Beer stamp set using more Hollywood Star dye ink.

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Before adhering the two finished striped pieces, I also stamped some pretty Hollywood Star pink hearts from the Panda Can’t Even stamp set.   Then I thought it would be super cute to add a little  panda peeking out from the flowers.  He is stamped with Noir black dye ink and cut out with coordinating dies.  I just bought this Panda Can’t Even set and I think I’d better warn you…you’ll be seeing these little cuties a lot from me for a while.  If I have my way, they will peek out from every card I make.  They are just so fun!

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Well, that’s my card for today.  I hope these fun colors brightened up your Thursday a little.  Before I go, I want to remind you to check out the brand new August Challenge that was just posted over on the The Ton Challenge Blog this week.   Here’s your chance to win a $50 gift certificate for The Ton online store.   All you have to do is make a fun “Summer” card and enter your link.  For more information head on over and check it out today!

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Thanks so much for stopping by.  Have a beautiful day!



Sending mermaid kisses

Hello, everyone! I hope you are all doing well! It’s Mayline here today.  I’d like to share two cards that I created! Last week I received Mermaid Vibes stamp set and I immediately fall in love with it!  so I created a card using Mermaid Vibes stamp set. Here is my first card for today.

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To create my first card I started by creating a background panel with 300g watercolor paper using Color Burst – Fuchsia and Orange. Next, I stamped sea critters and plants images from the Mermaid Vibes set in Smoky Quartz Dye on the background panel. I then stamped the Mermaid and shell image in Noir ink on another watercolor paper . I colored the images with Zig Markers, fussy cut, and set it aside. Then I adhered the Mermaid and shell image on the background panel and finished the card by stamping a sentiment. I really love how this turned out .

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Here is my second card.

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To start off, I draw bold stripped line using watercolor paint for creating background. And I stamped letters from Penned Sentiments stamp set in Cobalt Breeze Dye ink on the background panel. I then stamped glasses and flowers image from Large Peony 4Large Peony 5 and Sunnies stamp set with Versamark Ink on the other watercolor paper after that I heat embossed using our Rose Gold Embossing Powder.  I colored them with Color Burst  – Caribbean Brights(6 Pack) , Brights (6 Pack), and Cerulean Blue. I also diecut flowers and glasses using Coordinating Dies (Large Peony 4, Large Peony 5 and Sunnies). I then adhered them with form tap on the panel. Lastly I stamped the label  from our Basic Labels stamp set in our Noir Dye Ink on separate cardstock. Then I fussy cut the it and adhered the label on the panel.

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For this month’s new challenge, we have a fun cue word: SUMMER!


The prize for this challenge will be a $50 gift certificate to our shop!


To participate in our challenge, create a paper crafting project based on the theme “SUMMER”. You may use our team’s cards for inspiration but it’s not required!

  1. You must use a Ton product as the main focal point of your card or tag.
  2. Display the cue word on your post and include a link to the challenge in the body of your post.
  3. Link your card to the new link up tool each month. 
  4. There is no limit on the number of cards/tags you wish to enter into the challenge.
  5. The winning project will be chosen based upon detail, composition and aesthetics.
  6. Challenge winners and Honorable Mentions will be announced during the introduction of the subsequent challenge.
  7. Winners will be invited to be a guest designer for the next challenge.
  8. This challenge will close on August 31 at 11:55pm EST.


Field of Flowers – Shaker Cards

Hello everyone!! Brenda Here with you today on this last day of July!! How in the world is tomorrow August already? Oh my, how this year is flying by!!

I have two shaker cards to share with you today. The coordinating dies for these stamps make it almost effortless to create beautiful shaker cards!!


The first card I made uses the incredible Poppy Border Cling Background Stamp. It was stamped onto white cardstock with Caviar Ink (which is Copic safe) and then colored with…you guessed it…Copics. The panel was cut with the Poppy Border Coordinating Die and the Double Stitched Rectangle Die (Small). I also used the Coordinating Die to cut some black fun foam. The sentiment is from Large Peony 4 and was heat embossed in white onto a piece of black cardstock, cut slightly larger than the die cut panel. The shaker was assembled using Violet Sprinkle & Amethyst Quartz Couture Mixes. I added a few details with colored pencils, a white gel pen and some Morning Dew Nuvo Drops.


Here is the second card…


This card was created using the same steps as above. This time I used the Sunflower Border Cling Background Stamp and the Sunflower Border Coordinating Die. The sentiment is again from Large Peony 4. This time, I used Belle’s Dress Couture Mix for the shaker.


I hope I have showed you how easy it is to make shaker cards with these fantastic products!! Thanks for stopping by today!!

Today is the last day to participate in the July Challenge!! Here is the beautiful mood board to use as inspiration…

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Hello and welcome back for our monthly Trending with The Ton post!

For our Trend Post, we spotlight awesome projects created by you at the end of month. Over the last month, we’ve been busy checking Instagram, Facebook and blogland for your projects featuring The Ton’s products.

Don’t be discouraged if we haven’t featured you yet. We are always on the lookout for fabulous creations using our products. To increase your chances of being spotted, tag your social media posts (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube) with #theton or #thetonstamps.


We’d love for you to display our badge proudly, if your creation is showcased on a Trending with The Ton post.

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Instagram: @prima_yucco

We love how @prima_yucco created this beautiful heart hinged Wishful Wildflower card.

Our next feature is by @myemptynestcreations. She did some beautiful water-cooling with our Dearest Peony.

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Instagram: @la_paper_moments

We also found this awesome Beer card by @la_paper_moments.

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Instagram: @gloria_hayoung_lee

This pair of heart themed Mini Wild Floral cards by Gloria is delicate and oh so pretty!

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Instagram: @barbaraanncrafts

Barbara created a multiple layered Wave card by using vellum as an extra layer for interest!

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Instagram: @mnyce13

Maria created a beautiful wedding scene by combining our Haute Wedding Dress, Plus One and Fountain Terrace Scene stamps.

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Instagram: @craftynotshifty

We found another beautiful Haute Wedding Dress card by Laura!

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Instagram: @laineirenedesigns

We love how @laineirenedesigns created a beautiful wreath with our Wishful Wildflowers!

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Instagram: @marking1208

This set of Thoughtful Poppies cards by @marking1208 are colored so beautifully!

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Instagram: @samanthascards

Samantha watercolored our Summer Blooms a bright sunny yellow for this gorgeous project.

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Instagram: @sexyelbows1

Tammy made our Watercolor Bouquet the focal point on this gorgeous card.

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Instagram; @@periwinklestudio

Meghan created a beautiful twilight scene with our layered Mountains.

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Instagram: @marge.crafts

@marge.crafts did some fantastic no line watercoloring with our Dearest Peony set!

That’s it for this month! We hope you enjoyed the gallery of beautiful cards created by our wonderful customers! Thank you so much for sharing your gorgeous creations with us! We love your support and are excited to see more of what you create. Be sure to remember to tag your creations using our products with #theton or #thetonstamps because you just might find yourself Trending with The Ton!


Fabulous Sunnies

Hi everyone, Lisa here.  Today I’d like to share a couple cards with you that I made using one of my favorite stamp and die sets from The Ton’s last release.  The Sunnies coordinating set is so fun for summer cards, glamour cards and I today I even tried a shaker card!

First I’d like to show you a colorful card where I used all three pair of sunglasses to make a one layer background.  I started out by stamping two pair of sunglasses along the right edge of some white cardstock with The Ton’s Copic friendly Caviar ink.    Then I used Caribbean Turquoise to stamp the heart shaped pair.  Using copic markers I colored in the lenses and other parts of the glasses.

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I mixed a little Caviar ink with water and then with a paintbrush I flicked some black specks over the finished panel.    I trimmed 1/2″ off the left side of the card front then added a thin strip of paper that had been stamped with the Haute Stripes Cling Background stamp and Caribbean Turquoise ink.  A strip of The Ton’s pretty Silver Glitter Adhesive Paper was added along the left side of the 4.25″x 5.5″  folded card base then the stamped panel was adhered to the front of the card base with dimensional tape.

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On a strip of black cardstock, I stamped and embossed one of the fun sentiments in this Sunnies stamp set using Hampton White Pigment ink and Ranger Superfine White embossing powder then added it to the top of the card.    To top it off I added a few drops of white Nuvo drops.

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For my second card today I stamped and embossed some 29’s using the Sparklers Alpha stamp set, Hampton White pigment ink and Ranger White Superfine embossing powder.  Then I blended some pink inks over the whole card front to create a beautiful ombre affect using Ballet Slippers, Hollywood Star and Cosmopolitan Pink inks.    I created a window in the card front using the Modern Labels die set.  I love that beautiful stitching!    On the 4.25″ x 5.5″ folded card base I stamped some stripes using the Minor Stripes Cling Background stamp and Soft Amethyst dye ink.  I adhered the pink card front to the striped card base using fun foam for dimension.

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I used one pair of the Sunnies glasses and once again, I stamped with Caviar ink and used Copics to color in the flowers.  Then I used a craft knife to cut out the lenses and finally I used the coordinating die to diecut this image.  I also diecut a piece of transparency film and glued it on the back of these diecut glasses.  I added small strips of dimensional tape around the cutout lenses in the back, making sure there were no gaps between the tape.   I carefully placed some of The Ton’s Pink Diamond Mix in the striped window then adhered the glasses over them to create a shaker element.

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To finish this card I added a double bow to the top of the card with some black and white bakers twine.   It ties in well with the black frames on the glasses and the embossed sentiment strip.

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I hope you liked these cards today.  These Sunnies won my heart and I hope yours too!

Just a reminder, there is still time this weekend to play along with The Ton’s July Challenge!   Enter your card creations for a chance to win $50 to The Ton store!  Follow the links for more details on this month’s Mood Board Challenge!

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Thanks for stopping by.  Have a great weekend!


Summer Blooms

Hello Everyone! Anna here and today I have two floral cards to share with you. I used Summer Blooms stamp set to create them.

For my first card I stamped images (I did some masking) from Summer Blooms onto a watercolor paper. Then I heat embossed them in Rose Gold. I colored all beautiful flowers and leaves with Aqua markers and Aquash Water Brush and cut them out with coordinating dies (partial die cutting technique). Next I stamped sentiment in Noir on a white cardstock (card base). SONY DSC

Lastly, I adhered all images onto the card base with 3D foam pads.


To create my second card I started by die cutting the card panel from a white cardstock using Double Stitched Rectangle Dies (Small). Then I stamped two images from Summer Blooms with Noir onto that panel and colored them with Copic markers. The sentiment was stamped with Noir as well. I adhered the card panel onto the kraft card base and added a few Glass Slippers Round Confetti to finish it up.



One winner will get $50 gift certificate to The Ton’s Shop. *Gift certificates only apply to The Ton stamps, dies, ink, gilding and embossing powder.

For this month, we have a Mood Board Challenge

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July Mood Board

I hope you enjoyed my cards today. Thank you so much for stopping by!

Have a wonderful weekend!!!


Soft Floral Cards

Hello crafty friends! Hope you’re having a wonderful week so far!  It’s TaeEun here today with two soft floral cards.

For the first card I combined Watercolor Wreaths and Peony Terrace Cling background stamp as they have the same watercolor look. For my second card I created a clean and dreamy composition of florals and greenery using City Girls Book Life, Wild Peonies and Mini Wild Florals stamp sets.

Let’s take a look at my cards :)!

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To create my first card I started by die cutting the floral wreath from Watercolor Wreath from a Bristol Smooth paper panel using coordinating die. I then taped the negative panel together to heat emboss the Peony Terrace on it in some white pearl embossing powder. I then stamped the floral wreath from Watercolor Wreath using Aquamarkers on the positive die cut. I colored the flowers on the stamp in pink or yellow and the leaves in green and stamped it. I then added details using Prismacolor pencils. The sentiment in Noir is from Penned Sentiments set which was stamped on a silver heat embossed banner from Basic Banners. I die cut the banner using coordinating die. To assemble my card I foam mounted the negative panel on a gray cardbase and placed the wreath, first a fun foam die cut and then the colored die cut. The fun foam is thicker than my foam adhesive, so that the wreath is popped up slightly over the front panel. I then adhered the banner. To finish off I went over the flowers with a Spectrum Noir clear sparkle marker and added a few Glass Slippers Round Confetti around the wreath.

You can see the shimmer on the Peony Terrace background and the glitter on the wreath better in close up picture below.

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My second card was made, inspired by the sentiment from Sunnies set. “You wake up fabulous.” Hope you can see what I wanted to represent 🙂 .

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To start off I stamped small greenery stamps from Wild Peonies and Mini Wild Florals stamp sets on a A2 sized white cardstock. The colors I used are Caribbean Turquoise, Bright Emerald, Cobalt Breeze and Ocean Teal.. I then stamped the lady from Born Classy in Caviar Hybrid ink on that panel and die cut it using coordinating die. I colored her with Copic markers. I added Ocean Teal on the bottom edge of the front panel by blending. I stamped the flower bouquet from City Girls Book Life set on a separate white cardstock, colored it with Copic markers as well and die cut it with coordinating die.  I then cut the part with two hands out and glued the bouquet on the hair of the lady. The sentiment from Sunnies was gold heat embossed on a strip of vellum. I adhered both ends of the vellum strip on the back of the front panel and mounted the panel flat on a white cardbase. The lady was foam mounted onto her place on the front panel. A coat of glitter was added on the flower bouquet and on the dress using Spectrum Noir clear sparkle marker. To finish off I added some sequins from Smoked Emerald Sparkling Clear Sequins mix.

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And here are both cards together. Btw the backdrop board I used is called Bokeh Glow!

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For this month we have a fun and summery Mood Board Challenge. You have still time to enter!!! Hope to see your projects in The Ton Challenge blog gallery!

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Create any type of paper crafting project inspired by our Mood Board. You may be inspired by images in the photos or by some of the colors you see in the images on the board. We leave it up to you in regards to what you choose to take away from this board. Don’t forget to visit our Challenge blog to get more inspiration and play along to get a chance to win a $50 gift code to The Ton shop!

Thank you so much for stopping by today! Hope I could inspire you with my cards!

Have a great day!








Mermaid Vibes

Hello, everyone! I hope you are all doing well! It’s Jenny here today, and I’d like to share couple of mermaid cards I created! Have you checked our new Mermaid Vibes stamp set and the Coordinating Dies? It’s a gorgeous set, filled with many many beautiful images.

I created 2 cards featuring the Mermaid Vibes set with fun ocean themed backgrounds.

Here’s the first card!


I started the card by stamping the images from our new Mermaid Vibes stamp set on a smooth white cardstock in our Copic-friendly Caviar Hybrid ink. I colored the images with various Copic Markers, fussy cut, and set it aside. I didn’t have it when I was creating this card, but The Mermaid Vibes Coordinating Dies are available in shop now.


Then, I created the beach scene with Copic Markers. I also added clouds on top of the panel with the stencil, gently swiping  Cali Blue Dye ink using the Clarity Stencil Brush. I stamped few seagulls from our Palm Tree Stamp set in our Noir Dye ink. I also stamped the sentiment in Versamark ink, and heat embossed in white. I die cut the panel using the largest die from our (Small)Double Stitched Rectangle Dies, and adhered it on a white A2 sized card base.


Next, I adhered all the fussy cut images onto the card, some popped up using the foam tape. I added more interest on the images with the white gel pen and the Sparkle pen. I adhered some Glass Slippers Confetti and the Silver Holographic sequins to dress up the card.


I created a underwater scene for the 2nd card!


I started off by stamping the mermaid and couple of accessory images from the Mermaid Vibes set on a smooth white cardstock using the Caviar Hybrid ink. I colored the images with Copic Markers. I added texture on the tail with the Copic Blender solution the 0 marker. I also added some dots with white and Silver gel pens and shimmer with the Sparkle pen. I fussy cut the images and put them aside.


For the background, I scribbled some Zig markers (036 Light Blue, 031 Cobalt Blue, and 030 Blue) on a watercolor cardstock and blended with clear water. I also added some droplets for more texture. When the panel was completely dry, I stamped the sea critters and plants images from the Mermaid Vibes set in Versamark and heat embossed in white. I also stamped the sentiment, “sending mermaid kisses and starfish wishes” on the vellum, heat embossed in silver, and trimmed it down to a thin banner. I wrapped the sentiment banner around the background panel and fixed it on the back with piece of a tape.


On  a white A2 sized card base, I adhered some strips of our Glossy Fine Transparent Adhesive Glitter paper. Then I adhered the background panel on the card, popped up with the fun foam. Next, I adhered the Mermaid image and finished the card by adding some Mixed Dew Drops.


Hope you join us for The Ton’s July 2017 Challenge ! For this month, we are playing the Mood Board. Hope you’d join for a chance to win a $50 spree to The Ton’s shop!

*Gift certificates only apply to The Ton Stamps, Dies, Ink, Gilding, and Embossing Powder.


Here is how to play:

To participate in our challenge, create a paper crafting project based on the Mood Board you see above.

  1. You must use a Ton product as the main focal point of your card or tag.
  2. Display the cue word/inspiration photo on your blog post and include a link to this challenge in the body of your post.
  3. There is no limit to the number of projects you wish to enter into the challenge.
  4. The winning project will be chosen based upon detail, composition and aesthetics.
  5. Enter your card by July 31, 2017 by 12:55pm EST.
  6.  There is a $50 Gift card that will go to the winning entry!

Please visit The Ton’s CHALLENGE BLOG for more info.


That’s all from me today, and I hope you enjoyed the cards! Thank you for stopping by!

Sending mermaid kisses and starfish wishes to you all! Have a fabulous day!



CASology 5-Year Anniversary Hop

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Hello and welcome back to The Season! Today we’re so excited to participate in CASology’s 5 Year Anniversary Blog Hop! You should have arrived from May Park‘s blog. The hop will continue until Monday, July 31. There are tons of prizes to be won from this hop including a $20 gift code to our shop (valid on The Ton stamps, dies, inks and gilding).

  • To be eligible for the sponsor prizes, participants must comment on all stops included on the hop list.  Winners will be selected randomly using random.org.
  • To be eligible for the CASology prize, participants must comment on all stops included on the hop + link up a BALLOON themed card to the gallery.  Winner will be selected randomly using random.org.
  • Winners will be announced on Tuesday, August 1 on CASology’s blog.

If you get lost on the hop, here is the complete hop list:

For this hop, we’re creating BALLOON themed cards to celebrate!

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Today, I made two cards using this fun cue card!

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For my first card, I used our Anemone Garden background stamp (the heart balloons are from our City Girls: Special Day set).

I started by Rose Gold heat embossing the Anemone Garden stamp on watercolor paper. Then I painted each anemone using Peony, Lemon Yellow and Tangerine Color Bursts. The leaves were painted using a combination of Sap Green and Terre Vert Color Bursts.

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Once I finished painting I set the panel aside to dry and stamped my heart shaped balloons using Beach Blondie, Peach Blossom and Hollywood Star dye inks to match my floral color palette. After I finished stamping the balloons, I used the coordinating die to cut each balloon out. I also cut out six additional balloons from vellum paper.

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Next I rose gold heat embossed the banner from our Basic Banners set and then die cut it using the coordinating die. Then I taped on some metallic thread to each cardstock balloon. Next I proceeded to pop up each cardstock balloon. I then tucked the vellum balloons among the cardstock balloons using liquid adhesive making sure that those areas where the liquid adhesive was applied were the areas tucked away under the other balloons. Next I taped down the thread onto the watercolored panel. Then I popped up my sentiment banner.

For my top folding A2 horizontal cardbase, I applied a strip of Burnished Rose Gold Foil Tape to the top edge. I adhered my watercolor balloon panel to my base and then finished off this card by adhering our Clear Dew Drops in 7mm and 5mm sizes.

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For my next card. I created a simply color scene card using our City Girls: Park Life and Fountain Terrace Scene stamp.

I started off by stamping each scene element from our Park Life set on cardstock using our copic friendly Caviar Hybrid ink. Then I colored each element using copic markers. Once I finished coloring, I die cut everything using coordinating dies.

Next I stamped the fountain scene onto cardstock using our light Crystal Pewter Dye Ink. I added stitching to the edges of our scene panel using the largest die in our Double Stitched Rectangles (large) set. I then popped up my Park Life elements onto the scene panel with foam tape. Lastly, I added our Clear Dew Drops in 7 and 5mm sizes.

I hope you enjoyed today’s post and videos! Continue to hop for a chance to win some great prizes! Your next stop is Sherrie Mannion.