Friday, 15 February 2019

Scrap N Stamp Canada "some like it hot" blog hop



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Welcome to the Feb 2019 Scrap N Stamp blog hop!  I don't drink coffee but I love coffee cards, tea and hot chocolate!  I created the above card by die cutting a circle to make a stencil and then used distress ink inside.  I used Tumbled Glass, Squeezed Lemonaid, Picked Raspberry and Wilted Violet because it reminding me of a sunset I saw lately.  Next I added water droplets of clear water and distress ink water.  (See below.)

   
I prepared the "thanks" sentiment by die cutting the Lawn Fawn "thanks" die twice and then I adhered the black "thanks" to vellum with glossy accents


To create the final card I stamped My Favorite Things Bold Diagonal Striped stamp onto a larger piece of white cardstock and then cut off a small strip for this card. I adhered the purple and black thanks die cuts together with glossy accents, and stamped out the "a latte" sentiment from Lawn Fawn's Thanks a Latte stamp set with Versamark ink and then heat set it in white.  Then I adhered the whole sentiment as seen below.

Finally, I coloured the stamped images from  Lawn Fawn's Thanks a Latte stamp set.  I like to mutli stamp because it gives a more detailed look.  I was careful to make the cup three toned with the darkest tone at the bottom. 




Scrap N Stamp Canada is giving away 9 prizes - one for each designer's blog.  To increase your chances of winning be sure to comment at every stop on the hop.  Scrap N Stamp is also giving away one $50 gift Certificate randomly from the all people who comment on the hop.

 Tara
Dawn ~ You are here.
Nancy E
Kia
Chala
Laurie
Susan
Nancy F
Deb

32 comments:

  1. Love this ... beautifully done

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  2. I love the colours - it reminds me of a sunset, or northern lights!

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  3. that would've been a gorgeous sunset Dawn! Your color blending is perfect and love the little water droplets :)

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  4. Those colours are so pretty together! Great card!

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  5. Thanks for sharing some beautiful cards and fun techniques! Never thought to put vellum behind a sentiment!

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  6. What a cool technique! I love the background! The ink blending in just certain areas! Love the colors too!

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  7. Pretty card! I love the color combo and the details you added! The Thanks a Latte set is awesome.... fun to add the marshmallows to your cup of cocoa!

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  8. Those ink Blended colors look amazing. Very cute card.

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  9. Love the layered 'thanks', it really pops out.

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  10. Great card love the colors and detail work

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  11. Love the sunset color theme!

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  12. Loving the purple! It definitely makes the card stand out. Love it :)

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  13. Love your card. The colours are beautiful and the style is simple but effective.

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  14. Looks inviting!
    Love the purples.
    Carla from Utah

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  15. Cute card....love the ink blending and simple layout of the card.

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  16. Love the hot chocolate image. Beautiful colors.

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  17. Beautiful combination of colours, blending, design and images! Craving a hot chocolate right now!
    ~carol

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  18. Color combination is really pretty. That hot chocolate with those marshmallows look very inviting after shovelling all that snow we’ve been getting.I think I’m ready for that cup. Nice card.

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  19. Super cute and love the color combo!

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  20. Nice blending! I like the color combo :)

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  21. I really like how the simple "A Latte" follows the bolder "Thanks" - both parts of the sentiment shine on their own rather than just being one solid statement.

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  22. Beautiful card! I absolutely love the color combination that you blended inside the circles of your card!

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  23. Distress oxide inks are so cool to work with. You had fun with this one!

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  24. Your hot chocolate looks yummy. Like that diagonal stripes strip.

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  25. I received this Lawn Fawn set for Christmas and haven’t even used it yet! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  26. Awesome card. Love the colors and design!
    Thanks for sharing...

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  27. Great idea about the circle. I'm going to try it.

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  28. Love this - the colours really pop!

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  29. Gorgeous card! I love your design and how you blended the inks in the background! It looks fabulous!

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