The Paper Shelter Birthday

TPS Bday

Hey everyone! I was reading Papercraft inspirations magazine (Feb, 2015) the other day and in it I found Jan’s blog, she makes such wonderful projects. Then continuing on with my discoveries it lead me to The Paper Shelter, going through a bunch of their images and things I fell in love! So I bought a couple, then carried on to their blog where I found out they are having a DT call. So I figured with my new found joy with this companies digi stamps, I would throw my hat in the ring.

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I printed Acrobat Little Doll on copic x-press it blending card, and coloured her up with my copics. I then layed some old prima paper behind with lace, doilies, and cheese cloth. I embellished the card with Prima, and Wild Orchid crafts flowers and used a simple happy birthday sentiment.

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I would like to use this card for The Paper Shelter DT call, as well as The Paper Shelter Challenge #194 Girly

Thanks for stopping by,

Hugz,

Jess

Super Pig Birthday

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Hey everyone! I have a 4 year old son, that is by every definition of the word a super hero addict, seriously its insane all the stuff he knows about them. Anyway, back on point when I saw this set from Stamping Bella how could I not get it!

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I kept this card very simple, I coloured the super pig with copics and used the sentiment included on the set. The papers I used were from the Bo Bunny Surprise collection. The blue ribbon across the center is from my stash, I do beleive I picked it up at Dollarama here in canada. The black cardstock is out of my scrap bin I would guess it is American Crafts left over from a layout.

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Products used:

Stamping Bella – Parker The Pig

Bo Bunny – Surprise Collection

Versafine Onyx Black

Memento Tuxedo Black

Simon Says Stamp – Birthday Messages (inside sentiment)

Neenah 110lbs Cardstock (card base)

Thanks for stopping by,

Hugz,

Jess

CC Designs Birthday


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Hello everyone, over Christmas I was on a colouring kick. Probably because there was a ton of family at my house, so in the evening when everyone was relaxing watching tv and movies I was colouring. (That also means I do not have a list of the copics used.)

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This lovely image has been in my stash or a long time without being used. I now regret not playing with her sooner! I kept this card very simple a little paper, some cardstock scraps and that’t all there is to it.

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Products used:

 CC Designs – Breeze

American Crafts – Shoreline – 6×6

Simon Says Stamps – Birthday Balloons

Simon Says Stamps – Birthday Messages

Neenah 110lbs Solar White 

Memento Tuxedo Black

Versafine Onyx Black

I am sorry I do not have the list of the copics I used in this image (my christmas colouring spurt)

Thanks for stopping by,

Hugz,

Jess

Make a wish

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Hey everyone! Happy monday! I made a fun little shaker card here, and I must say that shaker cards have been really popular, which makes sense considering how popular sequins have become.

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The images (actually, all the stamps used) are from Lawn Fawn’s Critter Ever After stamp set and I coloured them with my Copic markers. I created my shaker card using a piece of Canson 140lbs Watercolour paper that I coloured using my Peerless watercolours that I recently recieved (they are heavenly but I will leave that for another post). then adheared the castle the 3 yellow stars and stamped some small stars right on the watercolour paper, then put foam sqares around the outside, filled with sequins from Neat and Tangled and 3 buttons,  and stuck of piece of acetate cut to the same size on the top (I believe the acetate is from spellbinders packaging). Then wrapped some pink Washi Tape around the outside to hide the ugliness that is the foam squares.

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So this got adhered to some cloud paper (its an Amy Tan design but I am not sure what collection) that was cut down from 12×12, and the grey woodgrain paper I believe is from Simple Stories DIY Boutique paper pad in 6×6.

Thanks for stopping by,

Hugz.

Jess