Monday, May 8, 2017

Rainbow Production...

Hello & Happy Monday Everyone!
How was your weekend? Mine was good...
Still lots to do around here, so crafting was not on the list...
I did make some projects the week before, so at least
I'm ahead of the game! 😀
I also have last weeks holiday card to share with you -
I just haven't had time to take a picture...
With school ending in 2 1/2 weeks - YES I'm still counting down!
I've got lots going on - I just wish they would spread out
some of these events for school instead of waiting til
the last few weeks to get them all crammed in there!
It is what it is I guess!! LOL

Today, I wanted to share a MASS PRODUCTION
of cards I did a week or so ago... These were the
 cards I made for the winners of my Birthday week
blog candy - 😊



Well... technically it started with this Birthday card - 
I was making it for school, when I realized... HELLO!!! You can
totally mass produce this card and make Thank You's for the winners...
And, so I did! 😉 I used the Misti to create all of them - without
it, I probably wouldn't have tried to do it... And a
simple Stamp set I found at my local $1 store! YUP!
My local Dollar Tree actually had some stamps hanging up
and I couldn't just leave them there.. right? - I'm so glad I bought them
because for $1... it was totally worth it to make these cards -




These are the other pretty cards I made for the winners -
Each one is in a different color combo set - but all made with the same 
stamp set - Oh... and they ALL SHIMMER Too!!! 😍



Here they all are in their glory! hahaha
Everything was stamped on white CS, using Versamark ink -
I then added some Super Fine White Embossing powder & heat
set them - after I heat set them I used distress inks & some blending
tools to color over the area - Put them through my Big Shot with
a Stitched Card Mat Die - Then Sprayed them with
some shimmer spritz - letting them dry

While they dried, I cut out the word dies (3 x's) each word
and attached the word layers, so they could stand out on the card
Then I created sentiments in my Silhouette Program, making them
match the color of their cards &
spacing them out, so they could be die cut out 
After attaching everything to black CS - I thought they all
needed a little BLING! So I added tiny Clear gems & 
matching colored gems - 
It took me 2 days to make these - because I had to
stop several times due to everyday life stuff! 😊
Otherwise, it probably could have been done in one evening!


** Supplies Used on my Cards **

Cardstock - Papertrey Ink, Georgia Pacific
Floral Stamp Set - 3 Birds Designs ($1 store find)
Small Flowers - Stamp of Approval set
Circle Dot Stamp - Simon Says Stamp
Distress inks - Fired Brick, Candied Apple, Abandoned Coral,
Spiced Marmalade, Carved Pumpkin, Dried Marigold,
Picked Raspberry, Worn Lipstick, Spun Sugar, Wilted Violet,
Dusty Concord, Seedless Preserves, Mermaid Lagoon, 
Salty Ocean, Tumbled Glass, Peeled Paint, Shabby Shutters, 
Crushed Olive 
EK Success Static Powder tool, Round Ranger Blending tools
Frost Shimmer Spritz Spray
Stitched Card Mat Die - My Favorite Things
Word Dies used - Your Next Stamp, Papertrey Ink, Jaded 
Blossom, My Craft Spot
Long Banner Die - Lawn Fawn
Clear Bitty Sparkles - Close to my Heart
Assorted Gem Colors - Bazzill, Gina Marie, Studio G, Kaiser
Fine White Embossing Powder - Simon Says Stamp
Versamark Ink
Misti Tool, Silhouette Machine, Printer, Heat gun
Adhesives - ATG, Elizabeth Designs double sided


Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a FANTASTIC Day!!!

Theresa

18 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards!! Love all of the colors!

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  2. I love the pretty colors and wonderful background! Beautiful cards my friend!
    Thank you for my prize(stamp set) and the beautiful card as well.
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting With Creative M

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  3. Beautiful cards!!!! Thank you so very much for my prize. The flip flop order die is so cute. And my card is most fabulous!!!!

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  4. They are all so absolutely gorgeous!! I love the colors and designs!! They look amazing!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. Wow Theresa, these are all fabulous!!! I love the color schemes and the pretty shmmer- awesome job and how fun to score at the dollar store!! Beautiful design my friend!
    SHERRIE K

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  6. They are al stunning. Love teh backgrouds. The Misti sure is a wonderful tool. How exciting that school is ending soon I know my grandson can not wait. lol
    Have a creative day.
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  7. These are absolutely fantastic! I love this technique and I really should make some like this.

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  8. Very cool looking cards! I love the inked up backgrounds, they look so amazing! The dollar stamps look awesome as well!

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  9. Beautiful cards, I love mine!!

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  10. WOW Theresa these are so lovely and gorgeous! Love the beautiful backgrounds!!! What a beautiful rainbow of cards!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Hugs,
    Jo

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  11. Your cards are just lovely with the black card, die cuts and then the beautiful colors of the distress inks! Happy 'Almost' End of School!

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  12. I love to do sets like this, too!

    great job!!

    Alicia

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  13. That was a lot of work, I mean FUN! The cards turned out really nice. It's good to know you can make great cards with inexpensive tools. Don't always have to pay an arm and a leg!

    Evelyn

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  14. I always forget how busy May and June are! Your cards are gorgeous!! Love the design!

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  15. These cards are beautiful, Theresa!! I love the colors!!! Have a great day.
    Gerda

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  16. These are absolutely gorgeous! The colors are wonderful and that pop of black is perfect!

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  17. Oh yes... the card... that card is so so beautiful!! The shimmer spray... yup... the icing... thank you so much!

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  18. Beautiful cards and love all the inking. Gorgeous!

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