Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Pretty Little Studio - Summer Fell Into Fall

Hi friends! I hope you're having a great day! I'm loving the cool crisp fall weather and playing with the new Pretty Little Studio Indian Summer Collection! Once you get your hands on the collection and look through all the beautiful die cuts, papers and embellishments you'll be falling for this set! I love the images - beautiful leaves, cute critters, and of course some pretty flowers too! 
I arranged the Indian Summer Vellum Leaves on a piece of clear plastic the same size as my card base. When I was happy with the arrangement I was able to pick up the plastic sheet and lay it over different pattern papers from the collection to decide which looked best. I decided on Pie Spice. This was pretty, but I wanted to add more contrast so I added Clear Magic Days Newsprint over half of the card base. The clear sheets are wonderful because you can see the pattern paper underneath them. 
The vellum leaves are soft and translucent so where they overlap it makes a new color! Vellum can be tricky to adhere because the adhesive typically shows through the vellum. Adhering the leaves under the die cut sentiment was a great way to hide the adhesive. The fun die cut sentiment is from the Beautiful Colors Die Cut pack. 
I can't resist adding some sequins - not only do they add some sparkle and shine - they add more color making this a feast for the eyes. There are lots of different sequins in the shop so you're sure to find something that matches with any collection you adore. I've actually added four different colors of sequins to this card. I think the different colors and sizes draw your eye around the entire card design. 
The Indian Summer collection is a real treat! You'll love making with all the different embellishments and images available in this collection!



Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"
Pretty Little Studio
Paper | Indian Summer Collection | Pie Spice 8"
Vellum | Indian Summer Leaves |
Clear | Clear Magic Days 8"
Die Cuts | Beautiful Colors (Sentiment)
Sequins| Umbrella Pink | Lovely Lavender | Sweetheart Pink | Buttered Corn

Sunday, November 10, 2019

Jillibean Soup - A Card With a View

Hi and thanks for stopping by! Today I'm making a scene card with Jillibean Soup You Make Miso Happy pattern paper and Peapod Parts die cut images.  Cards with scenes are a sweet escape - isn't this a fun neighborhood?  
I started by creating the landscape. I chose two shades of green patterned paper for the landscape and some navy blue for the sky. Just a few wavy cuts with scissors creates a rolling landscape.. a perfect suburban setting for the little houses. 
Details make all the difference when making a scene. Little leaf Peapod cuts become trees, a doily makes a sunny sky. I even fussy cut a little path to the front door of the home in the forefront.
The houses are added with adhesive foam tape to add dimension to the scene. A little heart helps make it clear that this is a home- not a house. And this card is perfect for welcoming a new neighbor, or to congratulate the new home owner in your life. 

I love how the pattern paper scenery adds a touch of whimsy to the design.  I hope you give this a try some time!



Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5”
Miso Happy Collection Pack
Miso Happy Peapod Parts


You Make Miso Happy Collection
You Make Miso Happy Collection
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JBS | SBC | SSS
You Make Miso Happy Peapod Parts
You Make Miso Happy Peapod Parts
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JBS

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Jillibean Soup Cards Made with Shape Shaker Program Stamps

Hi friends! Today and I’m sharing cards made with stamped die cut images using the Jillibean Soup Shape Shaker program dies.
This card was made with the Succulents stamp and die set. The images are easy to work with. Just stamp, color, and cut. 
The open window dies make it easy to get a perfect cut every time. I tape the die cut in place over the colored image and then run it through my die cut machine.
I created a simple distress ink background for the succulents and made little pots from colorful cardstock scraps. The sentiment is stamped directly on the inked background panel.
The set even includes little florals to embellish the cacti with!
My second card made with the Ice Cream stamp and die set. 
I followed the same technique as the previous card but instead of coloring the ice cream scoops I stamped them with colored ink on colored cardstock.
The set even includes a die for cutting colorful sprinkles. I added a few Jewels to add some yummy shine!
My last card has an ombre pink distress ink background. I left the Call Me telephone uncolored to add a little drama.
I adhered the telephone base directly to the inked panel, and the rotary insert with adhesive foam tape. A little foam adds lots of dimension and brings your images to life. 
Have fun making and exploring the possibilities Jillibean Soup Shape Shaker Stamp and Die Sets bring.



Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5”
Succulents
Ice Cream
Call Me
Sequin Jewels Filler Warm
Jewels & Sequins Watercolor, Birthday




Ice Cream
Ice Cream
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SBC
Call Me
Call Me
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JBS
Succulents
Succulents
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JBS
Sequin Jewel Warm Mix
Sequin Jewel Warm Mix
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JBS | SBC | SSS
Birthday Shaker Filler
Birthday Shaker Filler
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JBS | SBC
Jewels & Sequins Watercolor
Jewels & Sequins Watercolor
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JBS | SBC

Friday, November 8, 2019

Reverse Confetti November Release Blog Hop!



I hope you enjoyed all the sneak peeks of the new Reverse Confetti release during the Countdown to Confetti! The moment you've been waiting for has arrived! The new release is officially in the store! To celebrate we're having a blog hop with even more projects made with the new release. If you're hopping along you should have reached me from Audrey Tokach's blog. If you'd like to start at the beginning and get all the details you will find them here at the Reverse Confetti Blog!
Today I'm sharing two more cards made with the new release. I'm starting with a sympathy card made with the Beautiful Memories stamp set. I find that sympathy cards are the hardest for me to make. It's always hard for me to find the right words to say to express my feelings. 
The pretty florals and heartfelt sentiments made this card come together easy. I wanted to keep it clean and simple so the sentiment would take center stage. I layered colored die cut flowers on the new Stitched Burst Cover Panel inked with Shaded Lilac distress ink.
The sentiment is stamped on the new Circle Tag Confetti Cut. It has little holes punched around the outer edge that I filled with half pearls. 
I love the soft look of the lavender with the elegant pearl border. 
My second card is made with the new Birdie Buddies stamp set with coordinating dies. These sweet birds are adorable and as with the other sets in this release I know I will be using these birds all year.
I love the images on the wings of the bird - they have a European folk look to them that makes them perfect for any time of year. The floral and heart images are always welcome.
I stamped all of the images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored them with Copic Markers. There are lots of scene builders including the birdhouse, sled, branch and even music notes so your birds can sing! 
I adhered some of the images flat to the card base - like the branch, and then others with adhesive foam tape (the birds) to add dimension to the scene. A few sparkly sequins look like snow falling from the sky. 
Ready for more makes with the Reverse Confetti November release? The next stop on this hop is Deanne Kuntz!

Here's a list of all the designers with projects to share today!


Jeanne Jachna (That's Me!)


Want to go shopping? Click here to jump to the Reverse Confetti store!

And HAVE A GREAT DAY!


Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"
Stamps | Reverse Confetti Beautiful Memories
Dies | Reverse Confetti Circle Tag, Stitched Burst Cover Panel

Stamps | Reverse Confetti Birdie Buddies
Dies | Reverse Confetti Birdie Buddies