donderdag 21 maart 2019

Stampin with Liz Design: A-team Re-united Blog Hop!


Hi everyone! I'm so excited, I'm hopping once more with my Artisan friends from 2018! I had such a blast with these ladies last year, so I'm very happy that some of us have reunited for today! At the end of this post you can start hopping, make sure to check out all of the amazing projects that were created for today!


I created a simple, but fun card with the Country Home Stamp Set. I started with a base from Smoky Slate cardstock and added a front panel that I diecutted with the Stitched Rectangles Dies. I spattered some white paint on my background and stamped the text Happy Harvest Blessing at the bottom.


I stamped the vase and flowers on a piece of Whisper White cardstock and fussy cutted it. I coloured the image with the Stampin' Blend Markers and then added it to my card with dimensionals. Then, to finish this card I added some silver sequins.


Make sure you check out the other team members, there is some mean talent going on there! Just click on the next button to hop along! Next up is the amazing Susan Wong, love her!



Thank you so much for watching today, hope to see you next time! 


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woensdag 20 maart 2019

Stampin with Liz Design: Chunky Monkey Card with a Video Tutorial!

Welcome at a new Stampin with Liz Design Blog Post! Yesterday I showed you guys a sweet card with a stamp set that I aquired from SugarPea Designs. I promissed you a second card from this fun brand and here it is today with a Card Video Tutorial! I created this monkey card with the Chunky Monkey stamp set, aren't these monkeys the cutest?


I started this card with a card base from thick white cardstock in A2 size. I blended the background in two colours of green Distress ink from Ranger, Lucky Clover and Shabby Shutters. I added some spatters in Lucky Clover and Black ink. I added the text with Black Tuxedo Memento ink.


I thought it would be nice to hang a monkey at the top on a tree brench and decided to use a panel with leaves to create a fun furrest panel. I diecutted a piece of Vellum paper with the Leafy Frame Wafer Die from Simon Says Stamp and added this to my base.


I then stamped the fun monkeys using a stampin tool. I diecutted these with the coordinating dies and coloured them with Copic Markers. You can see the which colours I used in the photo below. 


Would you like to see how this card came about? Check my YouTube Channel by clicking on the photo below or here. I would love for you to follow me, give a comment or leave a thumbs up!


Thank you so much for watching today, hope to see you next time! 





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dinsdag 19 maart 2019

Stampin with Liz Design: Parisian Holidays Card!

Hi everyone! So excited to share a fun card today that I created with a brand that is new to me. I created this card with the Parisian Holidays stamp set from SugarPea Designs! I just love this brand, but it's hard to get here in the Netherlands, so I ordered at a foreign store to get these fun goodies.


I started this card with a base from white cardstock in A2 size. I then used the largest die from the Stitched Rectangles Scalloped Edges Framelits. I blended this piece with Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick Distress ink from Ranger. I used a blending tool which I inked and then went about my paper with round movements to apply the ink gently. I added some spatters with white ink and in the circle with Picked Raspberry Distress ink.


I created this card with the sketch that is up for a challenge at SugarPea Designs and created a circle by using a mask. I sponged the inside with a light colour and around the circle with a darker colour. I added the fun girl on her scooter with the bread in the back, love the parisian hint! I coloured her with Copic Markers, diecutted this fun image and added her with dimensionals on to my card. I used the text from the set on black cardstock using Versamark ink and white embossingpowder.


Stay tuned for another card I created with this fun brand, I will post it tomorrow, including a Card Video Tutorial if you are interested!

Thank you so much for watching today, hope to see you next time! 




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vrijdag 15 maart 2019

Stampin with Liz Design: Too-Cute Turtles Card with Video Tutorial!

Hi everyone! Welcome to a new Stampin with Liz Design Blog Post! Today I'd like to share a card with you all that I created for the color challenge that started yesterday at Mft stamps Card Challenges. Challenges are always a great starting point for a card, the colours for this card were to be Blueberry, Natural, Limelight and Jellybean Green. I used the stamp set Too-Cute Turtles from Mft stamps for my card.


I used a base of Kraft cardstock for this card in A2 size. I diecutted a piece of white cardstock with the largest die from the In & Out Stitched Rounded Rectangles Die-namics. I diecutted two pieces of green cardstock with the same die to make it a perfect match and then again with the Grassy Edges Die-namics.


I then blended my background with two colours of Distress Ranger ink, Tumbled Glass and Mermaid Lagoon. After blending I diecutted this piece of blended paper with the Happy Birthday Block Die-namics. I then stamped the butterfly from the stamp set with Crumb Cake ink from Stampin Up all over my background.


I stamped the turtle, a butterfly and two flowers on Solar White Neenah Cardstock and diecutted them with the coordinating dies. After diecutting I coloured them with Copic Markers and added them to my card using dimensionals.  You can see the colours I used for this card in the photo below.


Would you like to see how this card came about? Check my YouTube Channel by clicking on the photo below or here. I would love for you to follow me, give a comment or leave a thumbs up!


Thank you so much for watching today, hope to see you next time! 


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donderdag 14 maart 2019

Stampin with Liz Design: Rain or Shine Card with Video Tutorial!

Hi guys! I'm excited to show you guys a new fun card today! It's been raining here for days in the Netherlands now and the rain doesn't seem to be stopping soon. So no place better to hide then in my craft room, but since we have two dogs and four horses I still dare to go outside, and I most say I am an outdoor kind a girl, so a raincoat and umbrella will do the trick!


I created this fun card for the new challenge that started yesterday at the Mft stamps Card Challenges. There is a new sketch up and I just love doing those! I created this card with the amazing stamp set Rain or Shine, just love the images in this set!


The base for this card is created from a piece of thick white cardstock in A2 size. I added a front panel that I diecutted with the largest die from the Stitched Rectangle die from the Die-namics set from Mft. I blended this panel with three colours of Ranger Distress ink, Faded Jeans, Mermaid Lagoon and Tumbled Glass. To make the background pop a bit more I added some ink spatters and rain drops that I drew on my card with a white gel marker.  I added two clouds that I diecutted with the dies from the Stitched Cloud Edges from Mft and then diecutted these again with the same Stitched Rectangle Die to make it match my front panel perfectly. 


I then started working on the focal point for this card, the cute little girl. I stamped, diecutted and coloured her with Copic Markers. I placed her with dimensionals on to my card, just right over the rain pool. Above her I added two clouds that I also coloured with Copic Markers with dimensionals as well. To finish this card I added the text I Love You Rain or Shine. I think it's pretty cute! You can see which colours I used in the photo below!


If you would like to see how this card came about, then check my Video Tutorial on my YouTube Channel. I would love it if you'd leave a thumbs up, to let me know you are watching! Just click on the photo below or here!


Thank you so much for watching today, hope to see you next time! 


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