Posted in 2023 January-April Mini Catalog, Animals, Blending Brushes, Inspiration in Ink Blog Hop, Outdoors, Stampin' Write Marker

Inspirations in Ink Blog Hop January 2023- On the Farm Bundle Fun Fold

Welcome and thanks for visiting Theresa’s Treasures Paper Crafts! I am Theresa and I am a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in Arizona, USA. Today is the monthly Inspirations in Ink Blog Hop! I am excited to be hopping with awesome demonstrators from around the world. Be sure to check out everyone’s projects using the On the Farm Bundle or Dainty Delights Bundle. These will be available to purchase in the 2023 Jan-April Mini Catalog which is going live on January 5, 2023! On that day you may order form my Online Store HERE.

Today I am showcasing the On the Farm Bundle.

Measurements

  • Cherry Cobbler card stock(cs) card base: 4 1/4 x 11 inches scored and folded at 5 1/2 inches
  • Garden Green cs: 4 x 5 1/4 inches
  • Sahara Sand cs: 3 3/4 x 5 inches
  • Basic White cs: 4 x 5 1/4 (inside), 2 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches (to stamp the cow) and 3 x 4 1/4 inches (cut with the Scalloped Contours Dies)
  • New FREE Sale-a-bration Day at the Farm 12 x 12 inch Designer Series Paper(DSP)-chicken wire design: 2 x 5 inches (When you purchase the On the Farm Bundle January 5, 2023 you will be able to choose this DSP for FREE!)

Supplies

  • On the Farm Bundle
  • Scalloped Contours Dies
  • Early Espresso Faux Suede Ribbon: 6 inches
  • Enamel Dot Essentials (New)
  • Memento Black Ink
  • Balmy Blue Ink pad
  • Garden Green Ink Pad
  • Pear Pizzazz Ink pad
  • Stampin’ Write Markers in Garden Green, Cherry Cobbler, Soft Suede, Sahara Sand and Pear Pizzazz
  • Small Blending Brush (New)
  • Mini Glue Dots
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals
  • Multipurpose Liquid Glue

Instructions

  1. This is a pattern for the card base. You will flip it over and turn it so that the scored panel is on the left.

Making the Inside of the Card

2. Take out the 4 x 5 1/4 inch Basic White cs. Use the Balmy Blue Ink and the Small Blending Brush to apply ink to the lower right corner.

3. Stamp the grass in Garden Green ink leaving spaces. Use Pear Pizzazz Ink to fill in the spaces.

4. Take out the 2 1/4 x 3 1/2 inch Basic White cs. Use Memento Ink to stamp the cow.

5. Color in the cow’s spots with the Soft Suede Stampin’ Write Marker. Use the Sahara Sand Marker to make a shadow on the cow’s belly and back legs.

6. Use the On the Farm Dies to die cut the cow.

7. Use Stampin’ Dimensionals to adhere the cow to the Basic White cs panel. Adhere to the inside of the Cherry Cobbler cs. Note: this will be the side that is NOT scored.

Making the Outside of the Card

8. Adhere the Chicken Wire design from the Day at the Farm DSP to the bottom of the Sahara Sand cs.

9. Wrap the Early Espresso Faux Suede Ribbon around the front. Then adhere to the back with Mini Glue Dots. Adhere this card piece to the Garden Green cs. Set aside.

10. Die cut the 3 x 4 1/4 inch Basic White cs with the corresponding Scalloped Contours die. Use Memento Ink to stamp the barn on the Basic White cs. Stamp a second barn onto a full sticky paper (yellow). Fussy cut just inside the border. Adhere to the barn.

11. Stamp the silo next to the barn. Stamp a second silo on the full sticky paper. Fussy cut jsut inside the border. Adhere to the silo.

12. Now stamp the hills.

13. Stamp more hills. Add the trees and cloud. Remove the sticky note paper. Stamp the sentiment.

Coloring

1. Color the barn with the Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Write Marker. I used a White Gel Pen to draw the barn doors.

2. Color the hills and trees with the Garden Green and Pear Pizzazz markers. The tree trunks are colored with the Soft Suede marker.

3. Use the Balmy Blue Ink and a Small Blending Brush (New) to gradually blend on the sky color.

4. Adhere the Scalloped Contours die cut to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

5. Adhere the Garden Green cs layer to the front of the card base by applying adhesive below the score line as shown. (Add the Enamel Dot Essentials as shown)

6. Tuck the front of the card base behind the cow on the inside as shown below.

Voila!

Thank you so much for visiting today! Please visit all the blogs in this hop. You will see all the fun and inspiring projects made by the Inspirations In Ink demonstrators. You are currently visiting Theresa McEntee-USA creator of Theresa’s Treasures Paper Crafts.

Deirdre Croal – USA   

Julie Golding – Canada   

Rebecca Nutley – Australia

Robbie Rubala – USA   

Theresa McEntee – USA  

Vicky Wright – Australia

Karen Gilbert Beck – Canada

Christy Gridley – USA  

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Be sure to make out your wish list now and shop my Online Store HERE on Thursday January 5, 2023!

Have a wonderful and safe day!

Theresa

Posted in 2022 January-June Stampin' Up!® Mini Catalog, beginner stamper, Blender Pen, Coloring Techniques, Simple stamping, Stampin" Blends Alcohol Markers, Stampin' Write Marker, Watercolor Pencil

Stampin’ Up!® Coloring Techniques with In the Moment

Hello fellow stampers! I hope you are having a good day. Today I am going to show different coloring techniques with In the Moment, a new stamp set in the upcoming 2022 Stampin’ Up! Jan-June Mini Catalog. I will show three different media: Watercolor Pencils with the Blender Pen, Stampin’ Write Markers and Stampin’ Blend Alcohol Markers. At the end, you can vote on which one you like best!

Watercolor Pencils with the Blender Pen

The stamp set is In the Moment and is a sneak peek of what is in the 2022 Stampin’ Up! January to June Mini Catalog. The catalog will be live on January 4, 2022 at 3 am MST. This card was colored with the Watercolor Pencils followed by a Blender Pen. The Watercolor Pencils come in two different assortments. Assortment 1 has 13 pencils and Assortment 2 has 10 pencils. 23 different colors! The Blender Pen has a chemical in it which helps to smooth out the pencil marks.

Stampin’ Write Markers

The Stampin’ Write Markers were used to color this card. These are water based markers. The colors are more vivid. These can be purchased by color group (10 colors in each group) or in a pack containing all 40 colors. The color groups are: Brights, Neutrals, Regals and Subtles. The big pack is called Many Marvelous Markers.

Stampin’ Blend Alcohol Markers

I used the Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Markers to color this card. These are alcohol based markers. They are different from water based markers in that they can be blended to create a more subtle gradation of shadowing. There are 38 colors which come as a 2 marker combo-light and dark. There is also a color lifter (which I use quite frequently when I color outside the line).

Vote on which coloring technique is your favorite.

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Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you voted. It will be really fun to see which technique is most popular!

Ciao!

Theresa

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