Showing posts with label easter card. Show all posts
Showing posts with label easter card. Show all posts

March 11, 2018

Remarkably Created Blog Hop - Easter

Welcome to the Remarkably Created Blog Hop! I'm so glad you could join us, our theme this month is Easter and we have some beautiful samples to share along the hop. You may be just getting started here on my blog, Katrina's Kreative Heart or you may have arrived from the blog before me. If at anytime you get lost or are unsure where to go next, just look below and use the links to move from blog to blog. There is a complete list of bloggers linked below. Again, you are here on my blog, Katrina's Kreative Hear with Katrina Wolfe and I hope you enjoy your stop here. Today, I want to share a card I created using the You're Inspiring stamp set found in the Occasions Catalog. It happens to be one of my favorite sets in the 2018 Occasions catalog and I find I am reaching for it often. This time, I decided to pair it up with the Painted with Love Specialty DSP, another favorite of mine from the Occasions catalog and I am really happy with the results.


I used Calypso Coral cut 4.25" x 11" and scored at 5.5" for my card base. I cut a piece of the Painted with Love DSP 5.5" x 3.25" and adhered that to the card front. I cut 2 pieces of Gold Foil paper .25" x 5.5" and adhered them to each side of the DSP. I then stamped the Daffodils in Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto Whisper White cardstock and colored the leaves in using the light Old Olive Stampin' Blend pen and the daffodil flowers I used the Light and Dark Daffodil Delight Blend Markers and the light Calypso Coral Stampin' Blend just around the base of the petals to make them pop a bit. I then cut this out using the largest Oval from the Layering Ovals collection and cut a second oval the same size from a piece of Calypso Coral cardstock. I layered the 2 ovals together just slightly off setting them so that the Calypso Coral oval peeked out from behind the stamped image on the left side. I then added this to my card front with Stampin' Dimensionals. I cut a strip of Whisper White .5" x 3.25" and stamped the "Happy Easter" sentiment with the Memento Tuxedo Black ink and bannered one end with my paper snips and added that to the front of my card with Stampin' Dimensionals and added a triple bow that I made with Whisper White Bakers Twine and added that to the banner using a mini Glue Dot

Thanks so much for taking part in our blog hop, there are so many amazing ideas and lots of inspiration that you just won't want to miss, so continue along using the links below. Remember, you're currently on my blog, Katrina's Kreative Heart with Katrina Wolfe.

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February 27, 2018

You're Inspiring! for Easter

Happy Tuesday! Well it's beginning to feel and look a bit like Spring is trying to make an early emergence, which is quite strange for this area...but I will take it, and that is what inspired me to share this card with you as Easter is upon us and I just love this new stamp set found in the Spring Occasions catalog.
One of my most favorite flowers are the Daffodils,they're so cheery and happy in their sunny yellow "coats" and their amazing strength to emerge from under winters blanket at the first hint of Spring. And of course, hence my love for this stamp set. To make this stamp set even more awesome, is that it is great line image art for coloring, making it a perfect set to use Stampin' Blends to color, and that is just what I did! I pulled out my Daffodil Delight markers, the light Old Olive and the light Calypso Coral.
I stamped the image in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored in the leaves with the light Old Olive. I then colored the flowers with the light shade of Daffodil Delight and added the dark shade inside the trumpet and at the base of the trumpet and petals. Then, to add depth and a pop of color, I added the light Calypso Coral to the petal bases and slightly up the trumpet base. For the full tutorial PDF, download it here. I hope you enjoyed this card as much as I have. It truly is one of my favorite stamp sets and I am so ready to think Spring!
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Happy Stamping,

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April 6, 2017

Easter Tweet with Stampin' Up! Little Cuties

Good Morning and happy Thursday! Wohoo, we're almost to Friday, which means we're almost to the weekend! Well, today's card comes from the Little Cuties stamp set and the name fits perfectly as these stamps are truly, "little cuties". I love them. Anyway, with Easter right around the corner I decided to make an Easter card and I decided to use the sketch challenge from my Facebook page as my layout (hint - kill 2 birds with one stone! ;))
I also decided I wanted to work with some of the retiring In-colors since they will be going away soon and I LOVE them sooooo much. I'm really going to have to stock up on these before they're gone for good and if you love them as much as I do, you should do the same because after April 10th, when the retirement list is released, once they sell out, that will be it, they will be "while supplies last". Sad I know, but we also know "all good things must come to an end" and in the case of SU!, it just means more good things to come. Just making room for brand new awesomeness!
To color this little chick, I used my blender pen and the Delightful Dijon ink pad and for her little tiny beak and legs, I used the fine tip of the Watermelon Stampin' Write marker from the 2015-2017 In-Color collection. I adhered all of the layers flat using fast fuse however, I did pop the little chick up on a dimensional. 
I hope this card made you smile and encourages you to pull out your In-colors, grab a sketch and play with a cute stamp set yourself. Play around and have some fun. Have a great day everyone and happy stamping,

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March 24, 2016

A Quick and Easy Easter Card

Hello! Wow, time sure is flying! Easter is just around the corner already! Where does all that time go anyway? Well, today, I have a cute Easter Card to share with you using the adorable Sale-a-Bration set, Honeycomb Hello. I just love this little chick! I think it’s just adorable and such a diverse set! You can use it for a cute “just saying hello” card, a baby card or an Easter card, it’s fitting for birthday cards or any celebration for that matter! It’s one of those sets; you will reach for again and again. Unfortunately, after 3/31/16, it will be gone forever. To get one for yourself, all you need to do is place an order for $50 before shipping and tax and you can select this very set as your free Sale-a-Bration item.

Honeycomb Hello Stamp set
Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp set
Blushing Bride CS 8½” x 5½”
Love Blossoms DSP 3¾” x 5”
Wisteria Wonder CS 4”x 5¼” and 3¼” x 4½””
Whisper White CS 3” x 4¼”
Large Oval Punch
Word Window Punch
Basic Black Archival Ink pad
Daffodil Delight Ink pad
Tangerine Tango Ink pad
Blender Pens

Begin by stamping your image onto the Whisper White cardstock with the Basic Black Archival ink and color it in using the blender pens and ink. Layer the Whisper White piece onto the smaller Wisteria Wonder, punch the oval from the larger piece of Wisteria Wonder, then adhere the DSP to that and layer that onto the card base. Then add the stamped image to the card base layers at an angle using Dimensionals.  Stamp Happy Easter from the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set onto scrap Whisper White cs and punch it out using the Word Window punch and adhere it to the Lrg oval punched Wisteria Window and attach with Dimensionals; and there you have it! A quick and easy Easter card.
Happy Stamping,
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