Friday, July 31, 2020

Some Odd Girl - Hipster Mae Digi Set

Happy Friday! This card is for Some Odd Girl  using Hipster Mae Digi Set.

Hipster Mae used to be a clear stamp set, now she's available in digital form. I love how I re-sized the coffee cup to be the same height as Mae. I made the heart into a shaker window using an exacto blade to cut the shape out. I paired these images up with Kat Scrappiness coffee themed products. All images are colored with Copic markers and adhered to the card with dimensional foam adhesive tape.

Skin: E00/E11/R81/BV11
Hair: C3/C5/C7/C9
Eyes: YG03/YG67
Blue: B32/B34/B37
Socks: B00
Yellow: Y13/Y26
Orange: YR02/YR04
Red: R22/R24/R27/R39
Coffee Sleeve/Purse: E31/E33/E29
Coffee Cup: C1/C3/C5

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Images from Some Odd Girl:
Hipster Mae Digi Set

Other Products:
KS Got Coffee? Die
KS Coffee Time Background Die
Distress Oxide Ink - Walnut Stain

Kat Scrappiness - Christmas Gnomes and more Slimline Dies!

Hi everyone! Here is a card share using the newest Christmas Gnomes Stamp Set and Slimline Dies from Kat Scrappiness.

This card is full of Kat Scrappiness goodness. I used two types of shaker bits: Christmas Confetti Sequin and White Snowflake Sprinkles. The shaker frame is created by layering two dies: Double Stitched Slimline Dies and Scalloped Stitched Nesting Slimline Dies. The inside scene was created using the Hills Slimline Dies and the Crafters Essentials WINTER Die Set. Two gnomes are adhered on the outside of the frame and one gnome is inside. Lastly, the star die cuts are from the Crafters Essentials 1 Die Set. 

The images were all colored with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. 

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Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers
72 - Beige
21 - Light Carmine
22 - Carmine Red
24 - Wine Red
32 - Persian Blue
36 - Light Blue
40 - Green
47 - May Green
50 - Yellow
61 - Light Brown
90 - Gray
91 -Light Gray
10 - Black

Monday, July 27, 2020

The Greeting Farm - Poolside

Hi everyone, it's Jo, today's my last project as Guest Designer for The Greeting Farm. This digital scene was created using Poolside Digi Set.

I could spend hours playing around with all the elements included in this set. I chose to create a pool scene with this cutie just "Chillin'" getting her tan on. The pool is used as the foundation and then I layered up the palm leaves, flowers, umbrella, bushes, and the diving board around the perimeter of the card. 

Lastly, I paired up this girl image with your standard floatie. This was the first attempt to draw/color pool water. I didn't practice, I just went all in and I'm happy with the results. I added some polka dots to the umbrella and highlights to the pool water with Copic Opaque White Paint. The "Chillin'" sentiment was some text I added on the diving board when I was putting this all together in my Silhouette machine to edit and create this scene. 

Skin: E00/E11/BV11/R83
Black Hair: C3/C5/C7/C9
Umbrella/Reds: R22/R24/R27/R39
Pool Floatie/Yellows: Y13/Y26/Y28
Sunscreen: YR04/R08
Cell Phone: C1/C3
Drink Umbrella: BG13/YG03
Bushes: YG93/YG95/YG97
Green Plants: YG03/YG63/YG67
Plumeria Flower: G43/Y11
Diving Board/Stones: W1/W3/W5
Pool Water: B00/BG13/BG49

Another fabulous set to play around with and the possibilities are endless with all the elements included in this set. Have fun!

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Tuesday, July 21, 2020

The Greeting Farm - Bakery Cafe

Hi everyone, it's Jo, today's project is for The Greeting Farm. Here is another digital scene that I put together using several of the previously released digital sets.

Once again I combined several digi sets and the end result was this bakery scene. Let's start from left to right. The boy is from "Hello From Home" and the chair, book case, as well as the accessories are from "Build A Living Room". The food on the side table is from "Bakery Cafe".

The middle girl with the cashier register, milk in hand are from "Grocer B". The to-go coffee, the chalkboard with cupcake are from "Bakery Cafe". I added the text (bakery) myself. Both the girl and boy are wearing face masks and those are from the "Free Face Masks" set.

Lastly, the other girl is from "Movie Night". The brown paper bag that she is holding is from "SUV Trunk". The display, baked goods and picture frame are all from "Bakery Cafe". I added some red and gold stickles to some of the baked goods for sparkle. All the images are colored with Copic markers.

Skin: E00/E11/BV11/R81
Blonde Hair: Y13/Y26/Y35
Black Hair/Display/Chalkboard: C3/C5/C7/C9
Brown Hair: E71/E74/E79/E35
Wood Floor: E71/E74/E79
Reds: R22/R24/R27/R39
Pinks: R81/R83/R85
Purples: V12/V15/V09
Blue/Greens: BG13/BG09
Yellow: Y13/Y26/Y28
Orange: YR04/R08
End Table: E31/E33/E35/E29
Green Carpet: YG93/YG95/YG97
Green Plant: YG03/YG67
Planter Pot: W1/W3/W5/W7
Glass/Milk Carton: B0000/B00/C1
To-Go Coffee Cup: C1/C3/E31/E33
Denim Pants/Shorts: B32/B34/B37

The scenes that you can create using the digital stamps/sets are endless. Size them up or down to fit your project needs. Have fun!

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Thursday, July 16, 2020

Feeling Slothy, Need Coffee

Hi everyone, welcome back to my blog. Did someone say Coffee???
Here is my card using the newest Coffee Time Background Die from Kat Scrappiness.

The Greeting Farm - Hello From Home

Good day everyone, Jo here. Today's card features multiple digi stamps from The Greeting Farm

This was so fun to put together. I combined two digital sets and one digital stamp to create this scene. I showed this to my little one and asked him who is in the picture, he said, "Mommy & Darien (his name)". Be still my heart! At first I thought to make this hubby and I but it makes more sense that it's him and me since I am a stay-at-home mom. This card for sure will stay in my collection.

I created the scene in my Silhouette software and layered different elements and printed it out as a whole scene. I love how versatile digital images are. I was able to get one of the sentiments and shrink it down to fit onto the tiny mug. Next, I printed out the individual elements, like the characters, the coffee mug, and the couch. All images were colored with Copic markers. I then fussy cut the images and layered them with foam dimensional adhesive. I love the 3D effect it gives to the card. 

Skin: E00/E11/BV11/R81
Black Hair: C3/C5/C7/C9
Brown Hair/Wood Floor: E71/E74/E79/E35
Reds: R22/R24/R27/R39
Purples: V12/V15/V09
Blue/Greens: BG13/BG09
Yellow: Y13/Y26/Y28
Orange: YR04/R08
Laptop: C1/C3
End Table: E31/E33/E35/E29
Yellow Green: YG93/YG95/YG97
Wall: E50/W1/E33
Small Pot: W1/W3/W5

I hope you give these digital images a try and maybe make your own personalized scene.
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Monday, July 6, 2020

The Greeting Farm - Boba Anya

Hi everyone, Jo here. Today's card features Boba Anya from The Greeting Farm
I'm addicted to Boba Tea. If you haven't tried it, you are missing out, lol. I had the perfect digital designer paper called Boba Life by Mindy T Designs. I spelled out the word BOBA with some alphabet dies and made it into a shaker window. I added some Brown Confetti Sprinkles from Kat Scrappiness and now it truly looks like the little tapioca pearls in the drink. 

I normally color my images with Copic markers but I decided to give them a rest for a bit. Here, she is colored with Zig Kuretake Clean Color Real Brush Markers, watercolor markers. I stamped her on Bristol Smooth watercolor paper with Versafine Onyx Black Ink.

Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers
21 - Light Carmine
72 - Beige
61 - Light Brown
50 - Yellow
67 - Mustard
25 - Pink
41 - Light Green
60 - Brown
65 - Mid Brown

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