More April Release: Day 3

By April 18, 2017Just Cards

Welcome to another day of fabulous projects highlighting the a few more of the April Release products!

Circled-Symbols-webview

Circled-Symbols-examples

Circled Symbols is now available in the store HERE.

 

Betsy-Veldman

To see more from Betsy Veldman, CLICK HERE.

Betsy

Instructions

  1. Stamp the 6 circle symbols onto a panel of watercolor paper and heat emboss with white embossing powder.
  2. Cut the stitched frame from the Mix & Mat: Scallops die collection.
  3. Use Harvest Gold and Hibiscus Burst reinkers to do a watercolor wash behind embossed images.  Let dry.  Lay lace stencil over the top and brush over stencil with Orange Zest and Raspberry Fizz reinkers.
  4. Stamp sentiment near bottom of panel using black ink.  Adhere finished panel to a Lovely Lady card base.

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Circled Symbols
  • DIES: Mix & Mat: Scallops
  • INK: Harvest Gold, Orange Zest, Hibiscus Burst, Raspberry Fizz, True Black, Versamark
  • PAPER: Lovely Lady
  • OTHER: Lovely Lace stencil, white embossing powder, watercolor paper

 

Heather-Nichols

To see more from Heather Nichols, CLICK HERE.

Heather

Instructions

  1. On white cardstock, stamp the circle symbols to spell out “happy birthday” in True Black ink. Stamp the dotted circles around each black circle symbol in Berry Sorbet, Hawaiian Shores, and Orange Zest ink.
  2. Stamp rows of the cupcake symbol above and below the black symbol row. One row in Berry Sorbet, one in Hawaiian Shores, and one in Orange Zest.
  3. Attach the stamped piece to a kraft card base.
  4. Attach sequins around the black circle symbols.

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Circled Symbols
  • INK: True Black, Berry Sorbet, Hawaiian Shores, Orange Zest
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Kraft
  • OTHER: sequins

 

Keeway-Tsao

To see more from Keeway Tsao, CLICK HERE.

Keeway

Instructions

  1. Stamp circled symbols in suggested combination with various dye inks. Cut them out and set aside.
  2. On a white A2 base card, stamp various circled symbols in soft stone. Make the positioning random.
  3. With the same colored inks that you used to stamp your color circled symbols, add light splatter to the background.
  4. Arrange your colored circled symbols across your background and adhere them with foam tape.

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Circled Symbols
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White
  • INK: Hawaiian shores, Lavender moon, Berry sorbet, Orange zest, Green parakeet, Soft stone
  • OTHER: Precision scissors

 

Laurie-Schmidlin

To see more from Laurie Schmidlin, CLICK HERE.

Laurie

Instructions

  1. Apply paint to watercolor paper with a broad brush.  Set aside to dry
  2. Emboss Circle Symbols and punch out using circle punch
  3. Stamp small heart onto paint with coordinating ink
  4. Adhere circles to vellum and attach to background layer with staples
  5. Cut cardstock to create A2 sized card and adhere watercolor paper on top using dimensional foam

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Circled Symbols
  • INK: Smokey Shadow, Berry Sorbet, Harvest Gold, Hawaiian Shores, Versamark
  • PAPER: Smokey Shadow, Berry Sorbet, Harvest Gold, Hawaiian Shores, Vellum cardstock, Watercolor paper
  • OTHER: Clear detail embossing powder, 1 ¼” circle punch, Mini stapler, Acrylic paint

 

Lizzie-Jones

To see more from Lizzie Jones, CLICK HERE.

Lizzie

Instructions

  1. Die cut the white layer using the Noted Die.
  2. Stamp the Santa face in Aqua Mist and then the “Ho” circles in Pure Poppy, Green Parakeet, and Pale Peony.
  3. Stamp the companion sentiment in black ink and then mat the stamped layer with Pure Poppy cardstock.
  4. Stamp a Green Parakeet card front with Fair Isle Borders using the matching ink and adhere to a white card base.
  5. Use foam tape to adhere the stamped/matted layer to the card front. Embellish the berries on Santa’s hat with clear glitter.

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Circled Symbols, Santa Stationery, Fair Isle Borders – Papertrey Ink
  • PAPER: Pure Poppy, Green Parakeet – Papertrey Ink; white
  • INK: Pure Poppy, Aqua Mist, Green Parakeet, Pale Peony – Papertrey Ink; Black Onyx – Versacolor
  • OTHER: Noted: Scalloped A2 Die Collection Papertrey Ink; Foam Tape – Scotch; Crystal Glitter – Martha Stewart Crafts

 

Wanda-Guess

To see more from Wanda Guess, CLICK HERE.

Wanda

Instructions

  1. Match symbols with particular colors of ink. Stamp in diagonal random pattern across card with appropriate colors.
  2. Accent with stamped circular frames in black ink.
  3. Add sentiment and stamped hearts. 
  4. Adhere card from to Pure Poppy card base.

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Circled Symbols
  • INK: True Black, Pure Poppy, Orange Zest, Bright Buttercup, Limeade Ice, Spring Rain
  • PAPER: Stamper's Select White, Pure Poppy
  • OTHER: Clear Rhinestones

 

More-inspiration

More Symbols

CLICK HERE to see the original Release Countdown post for Circled Symbols.

 

Year-of-Psalms-April-webview

Year of Psalms: April is now available in the store HERE.

 

Dawn-McVey

To see more from Dawn McVey, CLICK HERE.

Dawn

Instructions

  1. Die-cut tag from watercolor cardstock. Add color with markers and blend out with water brush. Set aside to dry.
  2. Die-cut scalloped strip and adhere strips of cardstock to card front.
  3. Stamp hearts from set on card front.
  4. Once watercolor is dry, stamp sentiment on tag.
  5. Add ribbon to tag and adhere to card front.

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Year of Psalms: April
  • INK: Pure Poppy, Ranger Jet Black
  • PAPER: Hawaiian Shores, Pure Poppy, Tropical Teal, Saffron Spice
  • DIES: Made With Love Tags 1, Noted: Scalloped A2
  • OTHER: Berry Sorbet grosgrain ribbon, Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers, water brush

 

Keeway-Tsao

To see more from Keeway Tsao, CLICK HERE.

Keeway

Instructions

  1. Stamp and heat emboss the Year of Psalms April on the left side of your A2 sized card
  2. Lightly sketch a half circle around your sentiment in pencil to give yourself guidelines to stamp the leaves of wreath with Gran’s Garden
  3. Stamp the leaves directly onto your background
  4. Stamp the flowers on a separate white card stock and die cut or fussy cut.
  5. Add a touch of splatter with the berry sorbet around the wreath
  6. Adhere the flowers to the wreath with foam tape

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Year of Psalms April, Gran’s Garden
  • DIES: Gran’s Garden
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White
  • INK: Berry sorbet, Vintage jadeite
  • OTHER: Versamark ink, Gold filigree detail embossing powder, Precision scissors

 

Melissa-Phillips

To see more from Melissa Phillips, CLICK HERE.

Melissa

Instructions

  1. Create card base from Fresh Snow Linen cardstock.  Cut a block of coordinating patterned paper to fit across bottom of card, adhere, and round bottom corners.
  2. Die cut tag from Harvest Gold cardstock.  Stamp sentiment on center of tag using watermark ink, heat emboss using white embossing powder and adhere to center of card.
  3. Stamp hearts on white cardstock in assorted colors and cut out.  Adhere to tag.
  4. Stamp flowers and leaves on watercolor cardstock using watermark ink.  Emboss using white embossing powder.  Color with Zig Clean Color markers, cut out and adhere to tag.
  5. Embellish with a junk bow and enamel dots.

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Year of Psalms:  April, Flower Garden
  • INK:  Berry Sorbet, Spring Moss, Summer Sunrise
  • DIES:  Made with Love Tags 1 Die
  • PAPER:  Harvest Gold, Fresh Snow Linen
  • OTHER:  Zig Clean Color Markers, White embossing powder, watermark ink, enamel dots, assorted trim, watercolor cardstock

 

Wanda-Guess

To see more from Wanda Guess, CLICK HERE.

Wanda

Instructions

  1. Die-cut scalloped mat and stamp with sentiment.
  2. Die-cut flowers and stamp with coordinating images. Adhere in place with foam tape.
  3. Add enamel dots to centers of flowers and a few as accents.

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Year of Psalms: April, Gran's Garden
  • INK: True Black, various
  • PAPER: Stamper's Select White, Classic Kraft
  • DIES: Mix & Mat: Scallops dies, Gran's Garden dies
  • OTHER: Enamel Dots

 

More-inspiration

More Psalms

CLICK HERE to see the original Release Countdown post featuring Year of Psalms: April.

 

So much inspiration all in one spot from so many talented women! Did you order any of today's highlighted products yet? Are you getting even more excited about them showing up at your door? Is there a project that is just really jumping out at you, leaving you itching to go and create something of your own? We hope you enjoyed all of the amazing projects today, but don't forget! We are back with even MORE tomorrow! So be sure to stop by and visit! 

Nichole Heady

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