The last card for today I decided to use the i love you you idiot sentiment from The Ink Road Stamps Stars Hollow stamp set. The background was done with Dylusions Rose Quartz paint and then I used my Love Hearts stencil and sponge with white the hearts. The silhouette comes from the Silhouette Scenes. I have to say I love the way this card came together.
Saturday, July 13, 2019
So was looking at The Ink Road Stamps Earresitible stamp set and saw the Even Miracles take a little time sentiment and all of sudden it hit me that I should do a pregnancy card. I have had the Wonderful Moments stamp set for some time and I haven't used it as much as I should. I decided to color the image with my Stampin' Blends and did some paper piercing with the American Crafts Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm. Candy dots complete the card.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 9:00 PM
Who doesn't love a Mickey card. I forgot that I had old Disney stamps that have all these great Disney characters that you can stamp and then color them in. Mickey was colored in with my Stampin' Blends and Copic markers. The sentiment comes from The Ink Road Stamps Earresitible stamp set. Enamel dots and strips of card stock complete the card.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:57 PM
So as soon as I saw the Damsel in Distress sentiment in The Ink Road Stamps Earresitible stamp set. I knew stamp set was all Bo Peep from Toy Story 4. She is one tough character. Girl Power!!! If you ever need images for a favorite character, I will tell one of the best ways is to google but the second best is to look in children books and just copy the image with your copy/print/scanners. This image comes from the Toy Story 4 sticker book. I copied and then fussy cut and viola Bo Peep. The background was done with Seaside Spray ink and the Sunburst die and some sponging. Enamel dots and strip of card stock complete the card.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:55 PM
I knew I wanted to used my old Tinkerbell stickers and pair them up with The Ink Road Stamps Earresitible sentiment that says all you need is faith trust and pixie dust. After that I was looking for inspiration on Pinterest for a cute way to pair them up and show case them. In the end I saw pixie dust as glitter than the shaker card came to life using my old Chucky glitter. The background was done with Ken Oliver Crafts Color Burst in Pthalo Green and Lemon Yellow. The shaker was done with my Stitched Rectangles. Gold Foil and Vellum along with Rhinestones complete the card.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:51 PM
I love all the wonderful sentiments in the Mug Life stamp set from The Ink Road Stamps. I decided to go with three of them on the card. Some of the mugs were fussy cut from the Coffee Break designer series paper. The biggest mug was stamped and colored in with Stampin' Blends. A strip of designer series paper and linen thread complete the card.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:47 PM
After creating the gift scrapbook page, I had some extra photos. I couldn't let them go to waste especially since we are the generation that takes a million photos but we hardly print any!! So I decided to make a mini album. I picked up this old Sizzex die that is just perfect to make a mini album. Wallet size photos fit nicely inside the book. The paper strip comes from the Botanical Butterfly designer series paper. The camera was stamped and fussy cut from the Around the World stamp set. Stickers, enamel hearts and heart punch outs along with ribbon strips complete the project.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:43 PM
I was asked to make a scrapbook page as a gift for a wonderful young lady who was just turned 21. I love how the page came together. Growing old is mandatory but growing up is optional. It is the perfect title for this page. The paper and the embellishments comes from the Simple Stories Say Cheese collection. Twenty one I printed out and then cut it out and added to the page. The happy comes from the Celebrate today stamp set. The yellow balloon comes from the Balloon Celebration stamp set. The star
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:39 PM
This page was definately one that the more I added the better the page became. One of the things I love about this page the most is that is almost 100% stamped. The title was stamped in the Metro Type Alpha. The embellishments come from the Seaside Notions, Summer Splash and Project Life Remember This. The colors used on this page are Cucumber Crush, Tempting Turquoise and Blueberry Bushel. This strip of designer series paper comes from the Best Route stack. Enamel dots complete the page.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:27 PM
Here is another page made with The Project Bin's Red White and Boom stamp set. The diagonal striped paper comes from the Photo Play Red, White and Blue collection. Dollar store star stickers, scallop border border trim from the Tasteful Trim and enamel dots complete the page.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:24 PM
On my wish list and for my next Scrapbook Expo trip I am going to have to put some patriotic papers and embellishments. I love when Real Red and Night of Navy come together. I just don't seem to have enough when it comes to scrapbooking photos. The land of the free and the flag comes from The Project Bin's Red White and Bloom.
The paper strips come from the Pebbles Americana paper stack. The stickers and embellishments come from the dollar bins and The Paper Studio. The large oval was made with an old stencil I had from my Creative Memories days. I traced the oval and then cut it out. Enamel stars complete the page.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:22 PM
Here is my niece and nephew on their Italy vacation. The papers come from the Recollections Melon Patch paper pack. The words and embellishments come from the Mambi Stickers and and Recollections. Some enamel dots and a strip of Tasteful Trim scallop border complete the page.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:17 PM
Sometimes I even surprise myself with the photos I take. Here is my niece and nephew at the Jersey Shore. I love the vibrant colors in the photo. The strips of designer series paper comes from the K&Company Citronella designer series paper pack and the Color Theory designer series pack. The images come from the Mambi Sticks collection. I used the Tim Holtz Mixed Media die to add texture as well as baker's twine. Embellishments came from old Recollections beach accessories.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:15 PM
This is the reason I scrapbook. Seeing a photo and it brings me back in time. I am able to remember and preserve the memory. It was a beautiful day down the shore. Full moon on the ocean and just bright enough to take a photo with the moon in the background.
The background for the page was done with Dylusions Spray Inks in Perwinkle Blue and London Blue. The shells were stamped and fussy cut from the Seaside Notions stamp set. The florals were from the Tropical Chic stamp set and stamped in Rococo Rose and Lemon Lime Twist. The sentiment comes from the Technique Tuesday Summer Adventure set. The mesh background was die cut from the Tim Holtz Mixed Media die. Strips of card stock and Tropical Escape designer series paper and enamel dots complete the page.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:11 PM
34 years of frienship. We have been through it all. Having fun, cheering each other on, shoulders to cry, texts to lift each other up, babies, kids growing up and first loves and everlasting loves. Love these girls.
I love wallet size photos. I was able to put 12 pictures on two page spread. I was able to show 34 years of friendship in a two page spread. I used the Photo Play Vintage Girl scrapbook kit for the page. Love all the beautiful photos and embellishments in this kit.
Posted by STASIA SLOMA at 8:06 PM