Hello everyone, Svetlana here! I just want to thank Effie for inviting me to be The Ton’s guest designer this month! I am so happy to have this amazing opportunity to work with The Ton stamps!
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Hi everyone, Happy Saturday! It’s Taheerah and I’m so happy to be joining you again for one final time this month as The Ton’s Guest Designer! I’ve had such a great time sharing my creations with you!
One thing I’ve always loved are the layering stamp sets that The Ton come out with. They’re always so well thought out and the level of detail is astounding! When I saw the Party Fans stamp set I completely fell for how fun it looked, and I knew I just had to have some fun with it myself:
I went with one of my favourite colour combos -pink, mint and gold! Layering the fans really helped them come to life!
Once I’d stamped all my fans, I set about adding some additional touches to them. I’ve often seen the party fans that have gold foil accents in various patterns, so that’s what I set out to create with the help of my Quickie Glue Pen and some gold glitter!
I added some extra accents from the Friggin Fabulous set – an oldie but goodie! I then finished up with sentiments from the Brushed You stamp set. I love how there’s a ton going on on the card, but the sentiment really helps lead the eye and doesn’t let you get distracted too much by all the sparkle!
I hope you’ve loved seeing my work here this month! I’ve had such a great time and I want to thank Effie for inviting me to spend some time with you again. Please head on over to my blog to see some of my other work! Thanks for stopping by!
Hi everyone, Happy Wednesday! It’s Taheerah and I’m so happy to be joining you again this month as The Ton’s Guest Designer! I’ve been having a ball so far!
The Ton does flower designs like nobody else. There’s always something different or unique about them that sets them apart. The Dahlia Close-Up Cling Background stamp is a perfect example and I couldn’t wait to ink it up:
With a design like this you really want to let it do all the talking. So I heat embossed the dahlia background with copper embossing powder (for a touch of on-trend), and then watercoloured it with Zig Markers.
With such a striking background, you don’t want the sentiment to distract too much, so I opted for one of the quotes from the Timeless Icons Sentiment stamp set. The subtle look of the sentiments matched the elegance of the design perfectly.
I’ve barely scratched the surface with both of these stamps! This card design could be easily turned into a coordinating set, and you could still keep it fresh by altering the colours of the embossing powder and watercolouring, and changing up the sentiments too!
I hope you’ve loved my work here today! I’ll be back again soon with something new to share – or head on over to my blog to see some of my other work in the meantime! Thanks for stopping by!
Hello everyone. It’s Isha again! I am honored to be a guest designer for The Ton this month and I totally enjoyed creating with their stamps. Well!! As all good things come to an end, today is my last post here but you will be seeing more creations by me using these amazing designs. Thank you Effie for inviting me over.
For today, I used the “Fresh Cut Poppies, Thoughtful Poppies and Freestyle Stripes Cling Background” stamps from the new release. Did you check the 2017 Anniversary release yet? It’s awesome and there are lots of various styles to choose from.
I went with some watercolor using distress ink using the layered flowers and leaves. It’s so much fun and I love the result. All the layers give a perfect dimension to the flowers and leaves. To create the subtle tone on tone background, I stamped the Stripes background onto a Gray cardstock using similar color of ink.
Hope you got inspired. Happy crafting!
Hi all, it’s Amy Tsuruta again! I’m back with another project. It’s my final post as a guest designer and I wanted to do a big shout out to Effie! Thank you so much for inviting me to play this month. I had so much fun! Let’s get to my project, shall we?
I have to be honest, I still haven’t sent out my holiday cards yet. So I was in search of a fun design and decided to ink up the Darling Flamingos Set.
I managed to use 6 different colored ink pads on this! I love those flamingos and how they magically transform as you add each layer. The Merry Christmas is from the Mistletoe Kisses set. I didn’t want the Let’s Flamingle to get lost in the design so instead of stamping it underneath the Merry Christmas, I stamped it below the trio of flamingos.
I don’t know about you, but I think plaid and glitter makes everything fun and festive!
Thanks so much for stoppin’ by!
I stamped the image on Strathmore Toned Gray paper and coloured it in with my Prismacolor colored pencils. I am having so much fun experimenting with my colored pencils and this dress is the perfect canvas. I love how how this dress turned out even though it is a little wild lol!
I stamped the Grand Stairway background onto a white cardstock panel with Versamark ink and then I heat embossed it with silver embossing powder. I trimmed it down so it would fit on the card base with a small border and then I adhered the stamped image on top. I wanted it to kind of look like she was coming down the stairs so I adhered it to the panel, letting it overlap the bottom left corner and then trimmed off the excess.
I stamped a sentiment from the City Girls: Retail Therapy stamp set onto white cardstock, trimmed it down and adhered it onto the card front. I then added the panel to a grey card base and finished it by adding clear sequins.
Thanks so much for joining me today on the blog! 😉
It’s Justine here designing for The Ton Stamps for the next few weeks. I am so excited to get started and show off some of the cards I designed using the Morning Glory Garden Cling Stamp. I used this stamp in FIVE different ways to make FIVE very unique cards.
This card was created by heat embossing the Morning Glory Garden Cling Stamp in white embossing powder. I simply went over the embossing with distress inks and the embossing resisted the colour to make this really pretty background. I added a simple sentiment using the Basic Labels stamp and topped it off with some Nuvo drops!
This card is similar to the first one but I used the masking technique to stamp only a certain area of the card. This technique gives you so many possibilities when using the background stamps – just mask off an area and add distress ink and you will create a beautiful card every time. I added a simple sentiment using the Basic Labels stamp and topped it off with some Nuvo drops!
For this card I used vellum, which gives an elegant look to every card. I embossed it using copper embossing powder and added a sentiment using the Vintage Frames stamp set in the same colour.
For this card, I cut out one of the flowers from the Morning Glory Garden Cling Stamp. This allowed me to have an embellishment for my card. It also gave me another idea that you can colour in this background stamp and create your own patterned paper! Anyway, I stamped the sentiment from the Brushed Thanks stamp, distressed the edges in yellow ink, and I added the flower.
For my last card, I did the obvious – simply stamped the beautiful background as it is. You can play with the vibrancy of the pattern by adding a piece of vellum for texture. Similar to the copper embossed card, I used the Vintage Frames to add a sentiment.
I hope you enjoyed my video as well as the 5 cards for today. I will be back next Saturday for another post.