Saturday, January 14, 2023

Stamping INKspirations Blog Hop - Sketch Challenge


Welcome to the January 2023 Stamping INKspirations Blog Hop!


For our 1st Stamping INKspirations Blog Hop of the year we have a sketch challenge with some Glimmer
& Shine. You will have to click on the image to see the Soft Succulent Fine Shimmer Paper that I used for the skinny stitched rectangle layer that I added to the ink blended card front layer. I used Evening Evergreen Ink and a large Blending Brush on a die cut I made with the background die from the Two-Tone Flora Dies. I used the Stitched Rectangles Dies to die cut the card front. The flowers and leaf sprigs were stamped on Basic White Cardstock. The large flowers were stamped with Fresh Freesia & Rich Razzleberry Inks. The little flowers were stamped with So Saffron & Crushed Curry Inks. The leaf sprig was stamped with Evening Evergreen. The flowers and leaf sprigs were die cut with the Two-Tone flora Dies. The sentiment was stamped with Evening Evergreen Ink and die cut with the Something Fancy Dies. That little peek of color behind the sentiment label is a strip of Soft Succulent Cardstock that was die cut with the sentiment label die and then cut in half lengthwise. I then adhered these to the back of the sentiment label. The card front has been matted with Soft Succulent Cardstock. The 2 large flowers have been adhered to the assembled card front with Stampin' Dimensionals. The small flowers & leaf sprigs have bee adhered with Mini Glue Dots. The assembled sentiment label was adhered with a Glue Dot and 2 stacked Stampin' Dimensionals. The completed card front has been adhered to a Basic White Thick Card Base. I added a few Iridescent Pastel Gems to the card front.

I hope you enjoyed my take on this card sketch with some glimmer & shine challenge. And will think about using this sketch yourself. Card sketches are great inspiration. Now it is time to go and see how Tricia has used this challenge.

I Would Love To Be Your Demonstrator!

If you are In the United States and need a demonstrator, 

then you can order from me by clicking on the links provided below. 

Thanks for Looking!


Product List 




Make cloudy days a little brighter with the Sunshine & Smiles Paper Pumpkin Kit! This kit includes nine sweet and sunny cards—three each of three designs. If someone you know is weathering a storm, this kit is just what you’ll need to create cards that are sure to brighten their day!

AND for the first time ever, we’ve got a coordinating die add-on! (Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine sold separately). Keep reading to learn more!

ABOUT THE KIT

Name: Sunshine & Smiles

This kit includes:

  • Everything you need to create 9 radiant cards—3 each of 3 designs—and 9 coordinating envelopes. 
  • A sweet springtime photopolymer stamp set. 
  • A Mango Melody Stampin’ Spot
  • A fun peek-through window scene on each card! 
  • Cute precut critters and labels, fun raindrop embellishments, and more!  

Finished card size: 5-1/2" x 4-1/4" (14 x 10.8 cm)

Coordinating Stampin’ Up! colors: Balmy Blue, Cajun Craze, Coastal Cabana, Daffodil Delight, Flirty Flamingo, Mango Melody, Old Olive, Shaded Spruce

Don’t forget! This kit perfectly coordinates with the Rain or Shine Suite Collection (item number: 160556).

ADD-ON

Sunshine & Smiles Dies (Available for purchase starting 11 January, while supplies last)

Item number: 162486

$6.00 USD / $8.25 CAD

This add-on includes:

  • One coordinating frog-shaped die: 1-1/8" x 7/8" (2.9 x 2.2 cm)
  • One coordinating flower bouquet die: 1-1/8" x 7/8" (2.9 x 2.2 cm)

Note: Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine sold separately.



15 comments :

  1. Love all these layers on the card. It's beautiful.

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  2. This card is beautiful! Love the softness of the background.

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  3. Yes! This card is perfect! And gives me ideas! This collection is so versatile and perfect, it's amazing! And thank you for sharing! xx

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  4. What a beautiful card Jan. That blended background is gorgeous x

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  5. Absolutely love this beauty, Jan! Amazing interpretation of the sketch challenge. Thanks for the inspiration as always. x

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