New Coverplate Dies

Hello everyone! Hope your week is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here today with three cards featuring our new Coverplate dies form February Flash Release.  In the first two cards I used Geometric Circles coverplate die cut as my backdrop for a tulip bouquet arranged using Loose Tulips and a Large Florals Daisy. The last card is showcasing Best Day Ever Floral Coverplate die.

Here is my first card.

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To start off I did some no line watercoloring on the Loose Tulips using Color Burst and cut them all out with Coordinating dies. Set them aside, I started making the background panel.  It was made using a kind of “smooshing” technique. I applied silver and peony pink Nuvo embellishment mousse on a acetate sheet, sprayed water on it and “smooshed”the colors on some mixed media paper. I then covered the paper with a scrunched cling wrap and let it dry. After it was dry I blended some pink inks on the left part of the panel. The Geometric Circles coverplate was cut from a silver glitter cardstock I made using Glossy Fine Silver Adhesive Glitter Paper. I cut the Geometric Circles two more times from some white cardstock and stack them all together. I glued the background panel on a top folding white cardbase, mounted  Geometric Circles on it and arranged the tulips as I wanted, some glued flat, some raised using foam adhesives. I borrowed the sentiment from Coming Up Daisies.  I silver heat embossed it in a curved line on a white banner and added pink ink blending on the edges.

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I used the silver glitter cut out pieces left from the first card for my second card.

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First I cut a Geometric Circles from a white cardstock and inlaid the silver glitter cut out pieces into it. I heat embossed another Geometric Circles in Rose Gold and mounted it slightly off set on the silver panel. The second and the third layer of  Large Florals Daisy were stamped in Peach Blossom and Coralline Hybrid ink respectively and colored with Zig brush markers. The flower center was stamped in Beach blondie, Amber Citrine and Lemon Drop. The leaves were stamped in Crystal Pewter and Smoky Quartz. I then cut the images using coordinating dies and arranged them onto the card as shown in the picture. I heat embossed the sentiment from Large Florals Daisy in Rose Gold on a vellum banner and glued it onto the card. To embellish my card I added a few rose gold  flower sequins from Spring Fawn Couture Mix. I added a layer of clear glitter on the leaves but it’s hard to see here :).

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With Best Day Ever Floral Coverplate die you can create a beautiful card so easily and quick.

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I cut Best Day Ever Floral Coverplate once from some watercolor paper and two more times from white cardstock and stack them together. I watercolored the front die cut panel and covered the sentiment with a layer of clear glitter. The background panel was created in the same way like the first card. I glued it on a top folding cardbase and mounted the colored die cut piece. To finish off I added some pretty sequins from Raspberry Sparkle and Pink Bokeh Couture Mix.

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THE TON CHALLENGE

The Ton’s February Challenge is a cue word challenge! HEART is the theme! Please stop by The Ton Challenge blog to get inspirations and challenge details!!!! Play along and get a chance to win a $50 spree to The Ton’s shop!
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Thank you so much for looking my cards today! I hope I was able to inspire you!

Have a crafty week!

Hugs,

TaeEun

Daisy Trio

Hello there! Hope your week is off to a great start!  It’s TaeEun here today with three cards featuring Coming Up Daisies and Daisy Duet set from our third anniversary release.

On my first card I inlaid die cut Coming Up Daisies into a dreamy coral – aqua panel.

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To start off I created the background panel by blending Soft Garnet, Cali Blue and Cobalt Breeze on a A2 sized white cardstock. I then adhered Adhesive Glitter Paper Glossy Fine Transparent on it. I love this paper. As it is transparent you can create your own glitter papers! The Coming Up Daisies image was white heat embossed on some Bristol smooth paper and colored using Zig markers. I cut it with the coordinating die. After I decided how it should be placed, I cut out the image shape from the background panel to inlay the floral image. I die cut hello word using Bold General Greeting Word Plate Dies from the background panel. I cut the hello sentiment again from a pink fun foam to raise the die cut sentiment from the background panel. I then assembled the card on a white cardbase. To finish off I added a few Clear Dew Drops.

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On the second card I did some no-line watercoloring.

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I stamped Daisy Duet on a watercolor paper panel in a light ink and added one more daisy after masking the first stamped image. I then watercolored the flowers and the background. The sentiment is from Peony Notes set. Lovely was heat embossed in Rose Gold and the small sentiments were stamped in Crystal Pewter. I cut the panel using Double Stitched Rectangle die and glued it on a gray cardbase.  Finishing touch was some sequins from Pink Bokeh Couture Mix.

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On the next card I experimented with a coloring medium which I don’t use that often: Acrylic paint :).

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I started off the card by stamping Daisy Duet on a Mixed media paper panel in Crystal Pewter and coloring it with acrylic paints. I die cut the upper part of the image using coordinating die. I then prepared a pink cardbase. I blended Hampton White pigment ink on the front of the cardbase and added some bokeh using circle stencil.

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I adhered the daisies flat on the cardbase. I cut happy using Bold General Greeting Word Plate Dies from a white cardstock on which I adhered Adhesive Glitter Paper Glossy Fine Transparent and foam mounted it onto the card. I borrowed “Birthday” from Peony Notes set and stamped it in Smoky Quartz. I finished off the card by adding some Glass Slippers round confetti sequins.

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THE TON CHALLENGE

The Ton’s January Challenge is a cue word challenge! CHEERS is the theme! There is still a few more days left to enter the challenge! Play along and get 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.)
Thank you so much for stopping by today! Hope you enjoyed my cards!
Hugs,
TaeEun

Background Stamping on CAS cards

Hello everyone! Hope you had a wonderful time with yours this holiday! It’s TaeEun here today with a couple of CAS floral cards. I used two background stamps to add some interest to my clean and simple designs.

As the main floral element I used the bouquets from our Rose Bouquet stamp set. And my two cards are featuring Freestyle Stripes and Mini Heart Print Cling background stamp.

To start off I gold heat embossed the two bouquets from Rose Bouquet on watercolor paper and colored them using Color Burst powders. After done with coloring I cut them with coordinating dies. I splattered opaque white ink on the bouquet and let them dry.

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For my first card I gold heat embossed Freestyle Stripes background on my cardbase and rounded the corners. I cut a rounded rectangle panel with my cutting machine from a white woodgrain cardstock and stamped the sentiment from Rose Bouquet in Noir on it. To add more golden element I tied some golden thread on this panel and foam mounted it on the cardbase. The bigger bouquet was then adhered onto the card, tucked underneath the thread. I used some foam adhesives to add more dimension on the upper part of the bouquet. To finish off I added a golden bow and some sequins from Medallion Gold.

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To create the second card I gold heat embossed Mini Heart Print cling background stamp on the cardbase.

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The front panel was cut with a Double Stitched Rectangle die from a white woodgrain cardstock. I stamped the sentiment from Wishful Rose in Noir on it.  I assembled my card by foam mounting the front panel and the small rose bouquet on it. For me it’s always hard to choose the best embellishment for my cards. For this one I was thinking a lot but decided to leave it so clean as it is :).

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The Ton Challenge

There is still time to enter your project into our Mood Board Challenge ! Don’t forget to stop by The Ton Challenge blog for inspiration projects from our DT members and our guest designer Gloria. You could be a guest designer too, if you win at the challenge! And as always there is a $50 *gift certificate to The Ton Shop to win!!!

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*Gift certificates are only valid on The Ton Stamps, Dies, Ink and Gilding Section in our shop.

Thank you so much for looking my cards today! Hope you like them :)! 

Wishing you all a great start into a happy New Year!!!

Hugs,

TaeEun

 

Monochromatic floral cards

Hello everyone! Hope you’re having a great week so far! It’s TaeEun here today with a couple of floral cards. Yes, let’s take a break from Christmas cards :)!

I used Fresh Cut Carnations and Large Florals: Carnation set from our Fall 2017 Release. I kept the cards in a monochromatic style in blue and purple respectively by making the background in the same tone like the flowers.

Let’s start with the blue version!

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I stamped the layered carnations from Fresh Cut Carnations in Cobalt breeze and Deep Sapphire. I skipped the first layer to brighten the image. I stamped the stem in gray using Crystal Pewter and Smoky Quartz and cut all the images out with coordinating dies. I then created the watercolor background panel by adding blue paint loosely on a wet watercolor paper. I added blue and white splatters on it and let it dry. The panel was cut with the largest Double Stitched Rectangle die and glued on a white cardbase. To white emboss the sentiment from Magnificent Magnolias I blended Cobalt breeze and Deep Sapphire on a strip of white cardstock. I matted the sentiment strip with some Silver glitter adhesive paper and foam mounted the sentiment and flowers onto the card along with some silver thread. To finish off the card I used some sequins from Milky Way and Midnight Frost Couture Mix.

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For my second card I used Large Florals: Carnation set.  To stamp the large carnation I used Iris Blooms and Grape Crush dye ink. Here also I skipped the first layer. I cut the flower with the coordinating die and set it aside.

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To create the background panel I die loose watercolor wash on some watercolor paper in purple and light blue. I then stamped the second layer of the leave image on it in Iris Blooms . And I added some leaves from Large Peony set 1 and 3 in Soft Amethyst. I then splattered purple and opaque white watercolor on it and let it dry. I foam mounted the flower on a nest made with some silver thread. The sentiment is from Large Florals: Carnation as well. I made a ombre purple strip by blending Iris Blooms and Grape Crush and white heat embossed the sentiment. For some sparkle I added a thin line of purple glitter tape and mounted the sentiment strip onto the card. My finishing touch was some clear Dew Drops.

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That’s it from my side! I hope you liked looking my cards today!

The Ton Challenge

We are having a Mood Board Challenge this month! Don’t forget to stop by The Ton Challenge blog for inspiration projects from our DT members and our guest designer Gloria. You could be a guest designer too, if you win at the challenge! And as always there is a $50 *gift certificate to The Ton Shop to win!!!

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*Gift certificates are only valid on The Ton Stamps, Dies, Ink and Gilding Section in our shop.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a crafty day!

TaeEun

CAS Christmas Cards

Hello everyone! It’s TaeEun here! Hope you are having a great week so far! I have seven Christmas cards to share with you today! Actually they are in a single design :). The main panel of today’s cards is featuring one of our new stamps from November Release, Folk Art Christmas Tree. But I didn’t use this stamp as a Christmas tree. I wanted to embellish my panel with the upper part of the tree which is beautifully decorated. I added three different focal elements onto the cards using Holiday Ornaments, Holly Branch, Holiday Bows and Christmas Wreath Builder.

These are the first set of three cards showing the circle Holiday Ornament as focal element.

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To make this card I white heat embossed the Folk Art Christmas Tree on a light beige cardstock twice as shown in the picture. I narrowed down the panel and adhered it on a white cardbase on both sides of which I added Thin strips of transparent adhesive Glitter Paper. The circle ornament from Holiday Ornaments was gold heat embossed and fussy cut. I foam mounted the ornament and added gold thread as a string and a clear rhinestone to the bow.  The sentiment from Holiday Ornaments  was gold heat embossed  on a white banner and foam mounted onto the ornament.

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On this card I stamped the Folk Art Christmas Tree in ombre red using Lipstick Red, Valentine Red and Pink Derby. The front panel was glued on a red cardbase. I added thin red glitter tape on both sides of the front panel to add some shine. The silver heat embossed ornament is hanging on a silver thread. The sentiment from Holiday Ornaments was white heat embossed on a red banner.

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For the last card of the first set I used a red panel to white heat emboss the Folk Art Christmas Tree . The front panel was adhered on a white cardbase on both sides of which I added a strip of Adhesive Foil paper Gold. The ornament and the sentiment were gold heat embossed on white cardstock.

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The second set has a bow from Holiday Bows and Holly Branch as focal element.

To stamp the leaves of the Holly Branch I used Soft Garden and Bright Fern to achieve an ombre look. The veins were stamped in Basil Mojito. The berries are stamped in Valentine Red and Spiced Chai and the branch in Found Topaz. I then cut the Holly Branch using Coordinating die.

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For the red version I stamped the biggest Holiday Bow in Valentine Red and Spiced Chai and fussy cut it. The front panel was created like the one on the second card of the first set. I foam mounted the Holly Branch and the red Holiday Bow and added the sentiment banner onto the bow using some foam adhesive. The white heat embossed sentiment is from Holiday Ornaments. To finish off I added clear Pico embellisher on the berries.

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To stamp the green Folk Art Christmas Tree in ombre green I used Soft Garden, Bright Fern and Basil Mojito. The Holiday Bow was heat embossed in gold pearl and gold embossing powder on some light beige cardstock. I added Adhesive Foil paper Gold onto top and bottom of a white cardbase and adhered the front panel on it. The Holly Branch and Holiday Bow  were foam mounted. The sentiment from Holiday Ornaments was white heat embossed on a green banner created by blending Basil Mojito on some white cardstock. I popped the banner on the bow using some foam adhesive.

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On these two cards the wreath from Christmas Wreath Builder set is the focal element. The wreaths were stamped in Bright Fern and Basil Mojito. The stem layer was stamped in Smoky Quartz. The wreaths were cut using Coordinating die.

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For this card I gold heat embossed the Folk Art Christmas Tree on a red panel and glued it on a white cardbase on both sides of which I added transparent adhesive Glitter Paper . I gold heat embossed the stems of the pine branch on a wreath and foam mounted it onto the card. To finish off I added small sequins from Medallion Gold sequins mix on the wreath. The sentiment banner was created like the one of the previous card.

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For my last card I stamped the Folk Art Christmas Tree in green ombre like the fifth card. The sentiment was stamped in Basil Mojito. I embellished the cardbase using green glitter tape and finished off the card by adding some sequins from Glass Slippers round confetti on the wreath.

The Ton Challenge

You can still enter into our Challenge at  The Ton Challenge blog! The theme for the month of November is HOLIDAY! The challenge closes tomorrow!!!  Play along and get a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to The Ton Shop!

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Thank you so much for being with me through this long post :)!!! Hope I could give you some inspiration for your holiday cards!

Have a wonderful day!

Hugs,

TaeEun

Christmas cards in sets

Hello everyone! Hope you are having a great week so far! It’s TaeEun here today sharing 4 Christmas cards in two different designs.

I usually make a single card with a design. But this time I played around with different colors and placements and made two cards for eace design. So I have 4 more Christmas cards ready for this season :)!

The first set was created using Cozy Poinsettias.

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To create this card I white heat embossed Cozy Poinsettias image two times on a beige cardstock. I splattered opaque white paint on the panel and cut it using Double Stitched rectangle die slightly smaller than A2. I gold heat embossed Cozy Poinsettias  again on a Bristol smooth panel, watercolored it and cut it with the coordinating die. I foam mounted the beige panel on a white cardbase and popped up the poinsettia cluster on it. The sentiment is from Cozy Poinsettias as well. I stamped it in Noir and added some sequins from Glass Slippers round confetti.

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The second card in the same design like the first one is in blue and purple.

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This time I heat embossed Cozy Poinsettias in gold pearl embossing powder and colored the poinsettia cluster with Prismacolor colored pencils. I used a blue cardbase to match it to the image. The sentiment was white heat embossed. Some sequins from Gold Medallion were my finishing touch.

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Next two cards are in traditional colors, red and green :)! I created watercolor wash as backdrop for Brushed Merry in green and red and embellished the cards with Good Tidings Cluster and Christmas Mini Cluster sets.

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The watercolored background panel was cut with Double Stitched rectangle die and glued on a white cardbase. I stamped Brushed Merry in Noir on a separate white cardstock and cut it with my cutting machine. I heat embossed it in silver glitter embossing powder and clear heat embossed it again. The images from Good Tidings Cluster and Christmas Mini Cluster were white heat embossed on some watercolor paper , watercolored and cut using coordinating dies . The Brushed Merry was glued on the background panel and the poinsettia clusters were foam mounted onto the card. I scattered some mini clear sequins from Deck the Halls Couture Mix and added white Pico Embellisher on the berries to finish off the card.

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On my last card I white heat embossed Brushed Merry on the watercolor background panel. I drew a shadow line around the letters in red Spica glitter pen.

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I repeated the same process like the previous card. To finish of this version I added some sequins from Elf Stockings and Deck the Halls Couture Mix.

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That’s all from me today :)! Hope you enjoyed looking my Christmas cards.

The Ton Challenge

We are having a cue word challenge this month on The Ton Challenge blog! Play along and get a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to The Ton Shop!

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Thank you so much for stopping by!

Have a wonderful day!

Hugs,

TaeEun

Coloring using Layering Stamps

Hello everyone! And happy Friday!!!  🙂 It’s TaeEun here today with two carnation cards to share with you.

I love gorgeous layering stamps by The Ton. But I’m a coloring addict, as you may already know, and have to color even images from layering stamps 🙂 . For today’s cards I used the third layer of Large Florals: Carnation stamp set as my guide to color the carnations. The carnation on the first card was watercolored using Inktense pencils and the second carnation was colored using Prismacolor colored pencils.

Let’s take a look at my first card!

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To start off I stamped the third layer of the Large Florals: Carnation in Picked Raspberry DI on some Bristol smooth paper. To define the outline of the flower I made a mask of the solid image, masked the flower and blended Crystal Pewter very light around the carnation flower. I then colored the flower using Inktense pencils. They are water soluble colored pencils, which are famous for their vibrant colors. First I drew the outlines of the petals in dark pink and added the darkest shade in the same color. I then blended the color out towards the tip of the petals using a wet brush. I added a little bit of red on some area. For the leaves I stamped the detail layer in green after masking the flower and colored them in blue and green. After the panel was dry, I fussy cut the carnation. The background panel was created by smooshing some green and blue Distress inks on mixed media paper. I added thin strips of Adhesive glitter paper-glossy fine silver on both sides of the panel and glued it flat on the soft pink cardbase.

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I then foam mounted a square frame, cut with Double Stitched Square dies from a silver glitter panel made using  Adhesive glitter paper-glossy fine silver and added the flower using foam adhesives. The sentiment is from Penned Sentiments set. I white heat embossed it on a strip of black cardstock and added it onto the card. I used clear and Seaglass blue Dew Drops to embellish my card.

On my next card I used Black magic coloring technique (here gray magic? 🙂 ).

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I chose a gray cardstock for my next carnation. To color on a gray panel I first stamped the solid image in Hampton white pigment ink. After the white pigment ink was dry I stamped the third layer in Soft Garnet on the solid image. With the third layer as my guide I sketched the outlines of the petals using dark pink Prismacolor pencil and then started to color the carnation. I colored the leaves in various cool gray pencils and added shades around the carnation in gray too. I then created a bokeh background using Hampton white pigment ink and circle stencils. I narrowed down the gray panel while leaving the leaves , adhered thin strips of Adhesive glitter paper-glossy fine silver on both sides and mounted the panel flat on the soft pink cardbase.

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The sentiment from Penned Sentiments was white heat embossed on a strip of black cardstock. The other part of the sentiment was stamped in Hampton white pigment underneath the black sentiment strip. To finish off I scattered some sequins from New Year and Spotlight Couture Mix.

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The Ton Challenge 

For The Ton October Challenge Effie has created a Caffeine Mood Board. Pretty pictures of floral arrangement and a cup of coffee along with some fun and clean elements are filling the mood board. Head on over to The Ton Challenge blog  for more details and inspiration! As always one winner will get $50 gift certificate to The Ton Shop and get the chance to be a guest designer at The Ton Challenge blog!

*Gift certificates only apply to The Ton stamps, dies, ink, gilding and embossing powder.*

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October Caffeine Mood Board

Thank you so much for stopping by! Hope you enjoyed my cards today!

Have a wonderful day!

TaeEun

Magnolias – Alcohol Ink Coloring – Video

Hello, everyone! It’s TaeEun here today sharing a floral card colored using alcohol ink with you. Did you enjoy our Fall Release last week ? Aren’t the new stamp sets awesome? I love them all, but the floral sets including one of my favorite flowers, magnolias have stolen my heart.

For today’s post I’ve created a CAS one layer card using Magnificent Magnolias. The large floral images of this set are great for alcohol ink coloring.

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I started off by silver heat embossing the magnolias on a glossy cardstock. I then colored the magnolias by dripping the alcohol inks on the image. I tilted the paper to move the inks to the direction I wanted. I used Flamingo and Shell Pink for the flowers, and Limeade and Hazelnut for the stems. To create the soft background I applied the rubbing alcohol first and then added Aqua and Pool alcohol ink drops on it and moved the inks to the area I wanted to color. After the panel was completely dry, I stamped the sentiment ‘Many Thanks’ from Large Florals: Carnation in black archival ink and silver heat embossed the small sentiment from Occasion Confetti. I mounted the panel on my light blue cardbase and scattered some Glass Slippers Round Confetti onto the card to finish it off.

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As some of you wanted to see how I color using alcohol inks, I’ve filmed the coloring process. The most important part in this method is to control the amount of alcohol inks to stay inside of the embossed image, which is actually very hard. But there is no reason for discouraging yourself, as the alcohol inks are very forgiving as well. Hope you’ll enjoy my video and give this coloring technique a try!

THE TON CHALLENGE
The Ton’s September Challenge is now live! For this month, we have a fun Mood Board Challenge, so head over there now 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.)

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Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope I was able to inspire you with my card!

Have a wonderful day!

TaeEun

Eagles Fly Alone

Hello everyone!!! Hope your week is going well so far! It’s TaeEun here today with an encouragement card! The first day of the new school year is just around the corner (at least where I am 🙂 )! So I thought some of our younger friends need a good amount of encouragement to start off their new chapter !

For today’s card I used Eagle, Mountains and Thoughtful Poppies.

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To create the silver eagle I die cut the eagle from some white cardstock using coordinating die. I then silver heat embossed the third layer of the body, detail layer of the tail and head and solid layer of the feet. The eye, mouth and the claws were stamped in Noir. The mountain was die cut using coordinating die from some black cardstock. I stamped the third layer on it in Hampton white pigment ink. I stamped it twice with the help of Misti tool to make it brighter. The second layer was stamped in Hampton white pigment ink as well, but this time only once, so that the layers could be seen.

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The Thoughtful Poppies was silver heat embossed on some watercolor paper, colored using Brusho powders and die cut with coordinating die.  I then prepared the dark red cardbase. I wanted an ombre look of it, so I blended Dark Roast, Spiced Chai and Pink Derby on the upper third of the cardbase. The sentiment is from Eagle set. I heat embossed it in silver on the cardbase. To assemble my card I glued the mountain flat on the cardbase and foam mounted the eagle and the poppy cluster onto the card. I cut out the poppies along the edge of the card. Some sequins from Spotlight Couture mix and Glossy Black sequins mix were my finishing touch!

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The Ton Challenge

The theme for  The Ton August Challenge is SUMMER!!! Please stop by The Ton Challenge blog for more inspiration and challenge details! One winner will get a $50 gift code to The Ton shop!!! Looking forward to seeing your projects in our challenge gallery!

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Thank you so much for stopping by! Hope you enjoyed looking my card today!

Have a wonderful day everyone!

Hugs,

TaeEun

Purple and Blue

Hello and happy Thursday, everyone! Hope you are having a wonderful week so far!  It’s TaeEun here today! I’m sharing a mermaid card decorated with some of our mini floral stamp sets. And I chose purple and blue as my main colors for today’s card.

I used Floral Banner Mini, Anemone Cluster Mini and Pragmatic Wreaths  for my card along with our newest stamp set Mermaid Vibes.

Let’s take a look at my card 🙂 !

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To start off I heat embossed the Anemone Cluster Mini two times on the bottom part of my watercolor panel in Rose Gold. I masked them and heat embossed the mermaid on the center of the panel in Rose Gold as well. I then masked the mermaid to stamp the wreath from Pragmatic Wreaths in embossing ink. I heat embossed the wreath using Verdigris embossing powder and stamped the flowers in blue and purple using some Aquamarkers. I covered the upper area of the panel with a print paper while I was stamping the wreath. I like that the wreath looks like a swing :).

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I heat embossed one more Anemone Cluster Mini and Floral Banner Mini on some extra watercolor paper in Rose Gold. After all the stamping and heat embossing were done, I started coloring the images using Zig Brush markers. I didn’t go into the details while I was coloring and colored the images in a loose style. To blend the colors I used clear glitter pen, so it is very shimmery in real life. I stamped the sentiment on the Floral Banner Mini in Noir and die cut the banner using coordinating die. I die cut the extra Anemone Cluster Mini as well with its coordinating die.

I then started assembling my card. I narrowed down the front panel slightly and added thin strips of purple glitter tape on both sides, before I foam mounted it on a purple cardbase. I foam mounted the die cut Anemone Cluster Mini and the Floral Banner Mini onto the places. To finish off I added some mini clear sequins from Violet Sprinkle Couture Mix to the wreath.

I hope you enjoyed today’s floral mermaid card!

The theme for  The Ton August Challenge is SUMMER!!! Please stop by The Ton Challenge blog for more inspiration and challenge details! One winner will get a $50 gift code to The Ton shop!!! Looking forward to seeing your projects in our challenge gallery!

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Thank you so much for looking!!!

Have a wonderful day, friends!

Hugs,

TaeEun