Florida 2016 Winter Coffee Lovers Hop Greeting Card

Welcome to the first day of the 2016 Winter Coffee Lovers Hop!

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For most of you, winter = snow. Here in Florida, it just means more people as y’all come down here on vacation to get away from that cold white stuff and to stick your toes in the warm sand!¬†ūüėĄ

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When I first saw this cute Florida scene from Sweet Stamp Shop, I immediately noticed the building that looked like a coffee cup. I’m sure if a coffee lover had a building like that they’d paint it with a green circle and swizzle stick, don’tcha think? A true coffee house!

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I gave the waves some dimensional whitecaps with a Texture Gems¬†pen and added lots of sparked to the mermaid’s tail with the Spectrum Noir Sparkle pen. I used Wink of Stella for a little less flashy sparkle in her hair and on the boat. I like the Texture Gems dimensional golden coconuts, too (tho they’re blurry in this close-up).

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I also drug it through the sun before the ink was dry to get the effect of sun rays or solar flares/prominences.

Simon Says Stamp’s current Work-it-Wednesday challenge is to use dies for DieCember(TM). To get the lovely¬†open scrollwork edges, I just cut the Spellbinders Timeless Rectangles die twice and glued them together at the top.

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It opens with just a shadow of palm trees inside and plenty of space for a message.

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Supplies used:

  • Spellbinders Timeless Rectangles dies
  • Sweet Stamp Shop: Sunshine State & Hello Florida stamp sets
  • Recollections Big Bloom cardstock pack & white cardstock
  • Memento dye inks: London Fog, Pear Tart
  • Tombow Dual Brush Pens: N55, 65, 89; 055, 090, 158, 177, 195, 296, 373, 443, 451, 533, 565, 603, 673, 725, 761, 850, 856, 905, 933, 942, 985
  • Zig Wink of Stella
  • Spectrum Noir Sparkle – Clear
  • Faber-Castell Texture Gems – White & Gold
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L EZ Runner permanent adhesive
  • Aleene’s Clear Gel Tacky Glue

I’m playing along with the following hops and challenges… click on any one of them for more information on how you can join the fun!

I’m looking forward to seeing you again as the hop continues. Hopefully I’ll get a small bit of blog candy together for you, so do check back!

I’m off now to see what’s out there already… it’s always a treat to see so many talented entries.

Thanks for stopping by!

~D.Ann

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Thinking of You Card With DCAM Stencils & Spellbinders Dies

Hello, all! I HAVE been busy, just not with crafting lately. I’m popping in now with a quick post of a pair of cards I made using Spellbinders dies and Die Cuts and More Stencils.

The November DCAM (Die Cuts and More) challenge is to use stencils and at least three of these colors:

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That works well with Simon Says Stamp’s Monday Challenge: Trio-tastic.

And they just happen to go perfectly¬†with Marker Pop’s color Challenge #109¬†to pick 3 of:

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I decided to use one of DCAM’s new Two-Step stencils, using an ombre inking of Memento’s Rhubarb Stalk on the first step and some Gelatos mixed into whipped spackle on step two:

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I had leftover spackle, so decided to tri a different angle. (Yes, I admit, it’s a vague and terrible pun!)

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Inking the butterfly diecut with Rhubarb Stalk before removing it from the die added extra interest. I was pleased with how the Spellbinders curved borders die made a great banner. For dimension, I just folded the scallops up a bit.

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At first, I was just going to have¬†the butterfly on there, but it needed a flower. I wanted something to go with the banner, so I pulled cut a scalloped circle, cut it in half and folded it at each valley toward the center of the circle. Then I took a couple of Copic markers to emphasize the petals. You’d never know it wasn’t a flower die!

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So… which one do you like better… the ombre triangles going straight across or the solid ones at an angle? I kind of like the latter one a bit better… glad I had the extra spackle that made me try it!

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Materials used:

  • Die Cuts and More: Tri-Elegant two-step stencil
  • Spellbinders dies: A2 Curved Borders One Card Creator, Classic Scalloped Circles, and Wings of Hope
  • Die-Versions Sweet Wordlets: Thinking of You
  • Memento dye ink: Rhubarb Stalk
  • Copic Markers YR 21 & 24
  • Faber-Castell Gelatos – Gold
  • Faber-Castell Whipped Spackle
  • Core’dinations Foundations cardstock Canvas Texture – Golden
  • Core’dinations Gemstons Cardstock – Quartz
  • Coredinations cardstock – White
  • DCWV card base
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L EZ Runner permanent adhesive
  • Aleene’s Clear Gel Tacky Glue
  • Misc. foam squares

I’ll be entering these cards in the following challenges (either linked to this post or to Instagram). Click on any of them for more info on how you can join the fun:

I’m glad you could stop by today!¬†The Winter Coffee Lover’s hop is coming up in just a couple of weeks, so I’ll look forward to seeing you¬†then, if not before.

~D.Ann

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MFT Thankful for Wonderful You Kitty Card & We R Memory Keepers Precision Press Review

Hello my crafty friends! I have a sweet card for you today and a review of the hottest new stamping tool on the market: We R Memory Keepers Precision Press.

The card was inspired by My Favorite Things Color Challenge #57

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and My Favorite Things Thankful for YOU – Spread Your Thankfulness post. In fact many of the current challenges focus on Thanks – like Simon Says Stamp’s Monday and Wednesday Challenges and MarkerPop!’s Challenge #108

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I happen to need a Thank You card for a dear friend who is always doing kind things for me… she recently dropped of lunch and flowers with some crafting supplies and chocolates to boot! Her sweetness inspired this card:

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That background was stamped using my new We R Memory Keepers Precision Press.(Thank you, MarkerPop!!) I’ve had my MISTI stamping tool (the Original size) for just over a year and a half now and I love it! Except… there are times I wish it was bigger. If I’d’ve stamped this with the MISTI, I’d’ve had to move the stamp several times because the closed, raised borders get in the way. However, with the¬†Precision Press, I only had to move my paper.

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When my Precision Press¬†arrived, my first thought was, “Oh, no! I hate those type of wrappers!” But as I looked at the back, I was pleasantly surprised to see they’d made an easy pull-tab to save you from getting out the heavy-duty scissors. Yay!

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The Precision Press had some minor chips off the edges of the plastic, which makes me want to be sure to be extra careful not to drop it as I can tell it might shatter easily.

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Of course, the plastic on my MISTI is beginning to show cracks in it¬†after only a year and a half, but it doesn’t affect its functionality.

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I made up this comparison chart for those of you who might be considering either of these fine tools:

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You’ll notice I mention the hard surface as opposed to the cushion. I think you get a crisper image with a cushion. You can tell in this close-up that I pushed harder on some of my impressions on the background than others:

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Some have asked whether the Precision Press can handle the thicker, cling-mount rubber stamps. Yes, the lid expands/lifts up as you can see here:

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I was a little concerned about whether it would get a good impression, so I inked up this MFT background stamp and stamped it with both the Precision Press and the MISTI:

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They both did a fine job! The MISTI has saved me countless do-overs allowing me to stamp over as many times as I want in the exact same spot to get the best ink coverage. My only wish was to be able to do more on larger paper. The Precision Press fills that need at a lower price (and it’s smaller and lighter weight, too). I will probably still use my MISTI for simple stamping of clear stamps because of the cushion and the Precision Press for backgrounds like I did today and for stamping on larger pages.

Enabler alert: We R Memory Keepers is having a giveaway of the Precision Press on their blog this week… hurry over to check it out! If you want to get one, ¬†MarkerPop!¬†has them on backorder for $32.29 right now. (No, I don’t get a cut for telling you that.)

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Supplies used:

  • My Favorite Things stamp sets: Candy Jar Companions, Friends Like Us, I Knead You, and Simply Fabulous Sayings
  • Memento dye inks: Angel Pink & London Fog
  • Tsukineko Versamark Ink
  • Hampton Art Embossing Powder
  • Copic Markers: C1, 3; RV04; W1
  • Core’dinations white cardstock
  • Misc foam adhesive squares

I’m entering this card in the following hops and challenges… click on any one of them for more info on how you can join the fun!

Thanks for stopping by today. Have a lovely week!

~D.Ann

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Cat Lovers Hop Blog Candy Winners!!

It’s the post you’ve all been waiting for! I’m a smidge late ¬†(I shouldda said noon PACIFIC time! lol!) Time to announce the Cat Lovers Hop Blog Candy Winners! Woot-woot! So hold onto your tails and we’ll get this party started!

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Is it me???!!!!!

First, I want to thank each and every one of you for all your kind, funny and encouraging comments! It was a delight reading them! I wish I had prizes for all of you!! Let’s see whose prizes I DO have…

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The first blog candy¬†was in the Day 1 post, with the interview with Sam, and those who wanted in had to mention EYEBROWS in their comments, plus there were ways to gain¬†additional entries. Since there were fewer drawings for the international peeps, I gave those of you who said you were outside the USA one bonus entry to help even the odds for the USA only giveaways you couldn’t enter. (FYI, I only did this on the two posts where I’m sending the blog candy, evening out with the two USA only posts.)¬†Of the 50 comments on that post, 30 qualified for the blog candy and there were 5 international bonus entries.

So, Mr. Random.org was asked to pick a number from 1-35, and he said…

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#30 raggiodiluce82, from Italy, who posted a comment on October 29, 2016 at 1:50 pm. Congrats, raggiodiluce82! You have 72 hours to contact me with your snail-mail info at d.annscraftingwhims (at) gmail (dot com) or I will draw a different winner. (That’s by 2:30 pm EASTERN time on Thursday, November 3, 2016.)

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The next blog candy¬†was found on the post with the interview with Black Coffee. Those who wanted in had to use her hilarious term for fishing: BATHING THE WORMS in their comments plus there were ways to gain additional entries. Of the 29 comments on that post, 16¬†qualified for the blog candy.¬† Mr. Random.org was asked to pick a number from 1-29, and he said…

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#13 shartl, who posted a comment on October 28, 2016 at 6:27 pm. Congrats, shartl! You have 72 hours to contact me with your snail-mail info at d.annscraftingwhims (at) gmail (dot com) or I will draw a different winner. (That’s by 2:30 pm EASTERN time on Thursday, November 3, 2016.)

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The next prize¬†was found on the post with the interview with Hobbes from Newton’s Nook and Jen generously offered THIS¬†mischievous stamp set (HERE).¬†Those who wanted in had to use CALVIN & HOBBES¬†in their comments, plus there were ways to gain additional entries. Of the 40¬†comments on that post, 33¬†qualified for the blog candy.¬† Mr. Random.org was asked to pick a number from 1-32, and he said…

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#29 Sue LD, who posted a comment on October 30, 2016 at 5:39 pm. Congrats, Sue LD! You have 72 hours to contact me with your snail-mail info at d.annscraftingwhims (at) gmail (dot com) or I will draw a different winner. (That’s by 2:30 pm EASTERN time on Thursday, November 3, 2016.)

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This¬†blog candy was found on the post with lil BUB’s interview and those who wanted in had to use PERMA-KITTEN in their¬†comments, plus there were ways to gain additional entries. Of the 29¬†comments on that post, 19¬†qualified for the blog candy.¬† Mr. Random.org was asked to pick a number from 1-19, and he said…

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#3 Donna Mundinger , who posted a comment on October 28, 2016 at 9:51 am. Congrats, Donna Mundinger! You have 72 hours to contact me with your snail-mail info at d.annscraftingwhims (at) gmail (dot com) or I will draw a different winner. (That’s by 2:30 pm EASTERN time on Thursday, November 3, 2016.)

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This final blog candy was offered in my Final Day post and those who wanted in had to use PAWparazzo in their comments, plus there were ways to gain additional entries. Again, since there were fewer drawings for the international peeps, I gave those of you who said you were outside the USA one bonus entry this time to help even the odds for the USA only giveaways you couldn’t enter.¬†Of the 29¬†comments on that post, 27¬†qualified for the blog candy.¬† Mr. Random.org was asked to pick a number from 1-27, and he said…

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#6 Carole J, from the UK, who posted a comment on October 29, 2016 at 7:33 pm Congrats, Carole J! You have 72 hours to contact me with your snail-mail info at d.annscraftingwhims (at) gmail (dot com) or I will draw a different winner. (That’s by 2:30 pm EASTERN time on Thursday, November 3, 2016.)

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But, Wait! There’s more!!¬†Announcing SURPRISE BONUS BLOG CANDY for my new followers this past week! Since this is Kitty Candy, I only chose from those who showed they are kitty lovers by commenting on the hop… there were 6 of you.¬†Mr. Random.org was asked to pick a number from 1-6, and he said…

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#1 Christi Conley. Congrats, Christi! You have 72 hours to contact me with your snail-mail info at d.annscraftingwhims (at) gmail (dot com) or I will draw a different winner. (That’s by 2:30 pm EASTERN time on Thursday, November 3, 2016.)

Here’s what I pulled together for you … let me know if you already have that butterfly Impressabilities and I’ll find something different. ok?!

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And, one final SURPRISE…. Janis, darling! I am so sorry your name didn’t come up in any of the drawings! You do, however, deserve a hostess gift for all your hard work on this hop! It will be a surprise as I have to pull something special together, ok?!! Congrats, Janis! You, too, have¬†72 hours to contact me with your snail-mail info¬†at d.annscraftingwhims (at) gmail (dot com) ¬†(That‚Äôs by 2:30 pm EASTERN time on Thursday, November 3, 2016.)

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Whew! Who knew a little RAK could take so long to distribute!

For those of you that didn’t win… as you dejectedly¬†take to your couches, ¬†couchunderstands

perhaps a warm beverage while I sing you this comforting song will help console you…

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Again, please know that I appreciate ALL of you and your kind support!

Have a wonderful day!

Until next time…

‚Äď D.Ann

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pps: For those of you who weren’t with us for the Cat Lovers Hop last year, I close with this comic that still makes me giggle…

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I Know That Was You Tiger Card

Surprise! Betcha thought this was the winners post from the Cat Lovers Hop blog candy… That will be just a bit later today, I promise. : )

On the hop I saw an adorable card by 2amscrapper (HERE) she used the adorable Juggling Tiger digi by Gerda Steiner Designs. It was this month’s free digi in the Progressive Freebie Group over at the Outlawz site… You have to sign up, but it’s free. If you use the current month’s digi, you get the next month’s digi for free, and so it goes. I’m not much of a digi user, but maybe I’ll catch the bug. Guess I’m squeaking in on the last day!

Meanwhile I had this beautiful sentiment that Suzanne from Quietfire Designs sent me from her World Cardmaking Day celebration. (Thanks, Suzanne!!) I knew would go perfectly with this cute tiger (Thanks, Gerda!!):

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Supplies used:

  • Gerta Steiner Designs: Juggling Tiger digi
  • Quietfire Designs: Sometimes I Just Look Up stamp
  • Tsukineko Versamark Ink
  • Inkadinkado black embossing powder
  • Copic Markers: E000, 02, 04; RV04; YR02, 04, 24; C1, 5, 7
  • Sizzix Little Sizzles Earth Tones cardstock
  • Misc. card base, adhesives and trim from Michael’s $1 bin

I’m entering this card in the following challenges. Click on any one to find out how you can join the fun:

I’ll be back in a while with the winners post… It may take a little longer than expected, so thanks in advance for your patience. : )

~D.Ann

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Cat Lovers Hop – Final Day – You’re Special Crazy Cat Card + Blog Candy

I’m so glad you could stop¬†by today for the final day of the Cat Lovers Hop!

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And what a hop it’s been! With over 130 talented entries already, who knows how many we’ll have before the day is done?!! I’ve had cat loving visitors from 15 countries stop by!

Who knew that National Chocolate day is October 28 and National Cat day is October 29?! (International Cat day is August 8). Isn’t it crazy how they seem to have a “day” for everything?!! I think EVERY day should be chocolate and cat days!!!

If you’ve been following my posts this week, then you know that I’ve been interviewing famous cats. I sent out many more requests, but not all of our beloved felines deigned to reply. The one I really missed was Tarder Sauce aka “Grumpy Cat” as I had a cat colored like her and some blog candy, too. What was I thinking?!! We all know her most popular MEMEs:

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But I’d rather not impute motives… who knows what she’s been going through at the time I wrote?¬† Maybe she’s even had way too many PAWparazzi chasing her lately. So I went ahead and used the image I colored in her honor and put together a fun card in fall colors:

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And the inside shows what the little PAWparazzo was up to…

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Didja notice my inspired ball of yarn exclamation point?! I’ll fess up as to why it’s inspired… I had masked off the rest of the sentiment while inking it up… then forgot to take off the mask. DUH! It left a smudge that needed covering. THAT’s when the ball of yarn exclamation point idea came up. Too bad the smaller ball wouldn’t cover up the smudge as it’d’ve made the perfect exclamation point! (Note to self… remember for next time!)

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There’s a better view of that fantastic metallic creative medium on the left and the Perlen ‘milk’. ¬†I used a rounded flower tool to round the eyes before adding glossy accents. They look really cool IRL.

Supplies used:

  • Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz stamp sets: ¬†Crazy Cats, Mini Cats & Dogs, and Crazy Talk
  • Sizzix Tim Holtz Framelits dies: Crazy Cats and Mini Cats & Dogs
  • Ranger Dylusions Raining Cats small stencil
  • Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink
  • Imagine Crafts Creative Medium Metallic Copper
  • Copic Markers
    • Large Cat: B21; E00, 11, 31, 33, 74, 79; RV02; W1,3,5
    • Small Cat: YR02, 04, 21, 24; W1
  • Sakura Pigma Micron 005 black pen
  • Sharpie white paint pen
  • Viva Decor Perlen-pen
  • Ranger Inkssentials Glossy Accents
  • Silly Winks sticky back foam
  • The Paper Studio – Spare Parts camera charm
  • Core’dinations cardstock: black and white
  • Misc. card base
  • Various adhesives
  • Dollar store medical tape (I use this to hold my dies in place, but I liked the look of it over the milk bottle, so cut it to fit before putting Glossy Accents over it)

I‚Äôm¬†entering this card in the following hops and challenges ‚Äď you can click on any one of them for more information in case you‚Äôd care to join the fun:

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Now it’s time for my final blog candy for this hop, open internationally:

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There is a Design Works 5×7 Cross Stitch kit, a set of 4 Grumpy Cat buttons (my favorite says “I’m on a button? I hate buttons!” lol!) and some¬†kitty sticky note¬†page markers.

If you would like to be in the running to win this blog candy, pay close attention to the rules: Leave ONE comment on this post before 11:59 pm Pacific, Sunday Oct. 30, 2016, using the word PAWparazzo somewhere in your comment. If you don’t have the word PAWparazzo in your comment, I’ll assume you’re not interested in the blog candy (and won’t be offended!).  Also, if you are (or become) a follower of this blog, you may make a SECOND comment telling me so for an additional entry. You may also receive an ADDITIONAL entry by becoming a follower of my PINTEREST account, @dannscrafting , come back here and leave comment with your Pinterest user name. Duplicate comments will be deleted. There you have it… you may have up to three chances to win.

FYI: This particular giveaway IS open to International peeps, too.

On October 31, 2016, I will use Mr. Random org to draw a winner from the comments that qualify and will try to announce it here on the blog some time before noon EASTERN time. Please come back and check to see if you’re the winner. The winner will have 72 hours to contact me with their snail-mail address or another winner will be chosen.

It’s been a fast and FURRYous week of activity! I hope you’ve enjoyed the hop, I certainly have! Thank you all SO VERY MUCH for stopping by and for all the kind, encouraging and entertaining comments you left – they are much appreciated!!

I have one more project, but if I don’t get it done today, I’ll save it for next hop! : )

See you ’round blog-land my fur-loving friends! Don’t forget to stop back in the afternoon on October 31 to see if you won any blog candy!

~D.Ann

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Art Impressions Stay Balanced with Chocolate – Speedy Recovery Watercolor Cat Card

Welcome sweet peeps! I WAS going to use this cat stamp for the final card of the Cat Lovers Hop – That’s how I feel already, so I know tomorrow, I WILL be flat on my back, for sure! However, I needed a card for a cat-loving/chocolate-loving friend who got home from the hospital yesterday. (Hence my absence.) This one came together quite quickly with the help of the Art Impressions Watercolor stamps.

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Here’s the inside sentiment, which may be the best part of the card:

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I am very determined to lead a balanced life! lol!! I think she’ll love this with a little box of chocolates, don’t you?!

You’ve heard of cats having shiny coats? I gave this cat one with those metallic watercolors:

 

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I’m still getting used to the AI watercolor stamps. I know watercolor is supposed to be soft and a little blurry, but once I add water, they loose too much definition. Finding the right balance of water is tough for me. I like that they don’t require a lot of water and so dry quickly with little warping of the paper. My fix for now is to re-stamp over the blurry areas to add a little definition.

Tips for adhering 140# watercolor paper to a card without warping.

  • Use 110# paper (or heavier) for the card base
  • Use Tombow Xtreme adhesive. It takes a bit to get used to flicking off to the side before lifting up (and to remember to do it!), but it is super strong!! I’ve had it straighten out warped watercolor paper once adhered to the card base.

Yes, those are real mini m&m’s – what a waste of chocolate!! I looked for mini bonbon stickers or buttons, but couldn’t find any and the ones I tried to make with drops didn’t look right, so this was the next best thing. I GUESS I can sacrifice 4 mini chocolates for a good cause! (You have no idea what a good friend you are!!!) Hahaha!

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Supplies used:

  • Art Impressions Zoo Crew Feline stamp set
  • Art Impressions Watercolor stamp sets: Flower,¬†Foliage, and Chest of Flowers
  • Art Impressions sentiment stamps
  • Spectrum Aqua Artist’s Markers – Floral set: Blossom, Bud Green, Heather, Leaf Green, Marigold, Orchid, Rose Pink
  • Yasutomo metallic watercolors
  • Memento dye ink – Tuxedo Black
  • Canson cold press 140# watercolor paper
  • Core’dinations 110# cardstock – white. 65# cardstock – gray
  • Tombow Xtreme adhesive
  • E6000¬†Industrial Strength Adhesive
  • Mini M&Ms 4 for card…. rest for cardmaker!! : )

I am entering this card in the following hops and challenges ‚Äď click on any one for the details on how you can join the fun:

Oh, before I go, I’d like to introduce those of you who haven’t seen them to the Simon’s Cat videos. I didn’t get an interview, but they are still worthy of mention… They are short and ever-so-sweet! No matter how many times I see them, they make me laugh!! I recommend just scrolling down the video list on his YouTube channel and starting at the beginning. Here’s one every cat owned crafter can relate to:¬†https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tV3SWjrt2rE

I can’t believe tomorrow is already the last day! I do have at least one more fun post planned for you, so don’t forget to stop back by!!

~D.Ann

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