Happy Thursday~! I have a TupeloDesignsLLC DT card project to share with you today, but first I wanted to share some tidbits about TupeloDesignsLLC that you might not know ... TupeloDesignsLLC offers an awesome "Loyalty Rewards Program". You will ...

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  1. TupeloDesignsLLC DT Card Share "LOVE YOU TONS" card using Lawn Fawn and MOJO484 Sketch Challenge
  2. TupeloDesignsLLC DT Card Project "YOU HAVE MY HEART" MFTWSC319 **W/MEASUREMENTS!
  3. Set of "THANK YOU" cards for basket "Explorer" themed
  4. U.S. Army card for Soldier "CONGRATULATIONS on your promotion"
  5. Congratulations to all the Winners!!!
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TupeloDesignsLLC DT Card Share "LOVE YOU TONS" card using Lawn Fawn and MOJO484 Sketch Challenge

Happy Thursday~! I have a TupeloDesignsLLC DT card project to share with you today, but first I wanted to share some tidbits about TupeloDesignsLLC that you might not know ... 


TupeloDesignsLLC offers an awesome "Loyalty Rewards Program". You will receive 500 points ($5.00) just for signing up, then you will continue to receive 2 pts for every $1 you spend. The points add up quickly and can be redeemed for FREE product ~ they also offer FREE SHIPPING with no minimum purchase requirement and without a required Discount Code! That is the biggest perk for me because I LOVE Free shipping!!   There is also discounted or even Free shipping on International shipments as well. Be sure to check out the TupeloDesignsLLC site for more information. 
From the website:
NEW IN TUPELODESIGNSLLC ~ CRAFTER’S COMPANION, SPECTRUM NOIR, STAMPENDOUS, TIM HOLTZ STAMPER’S ANONYMOUS AND MY FAVORITE THINGS! GET FREE SHIPPING (INSIDE THE US) ON THESE BRANDS AND ON ALL ITEMS IN THE STORE!!!

When I seen this week's Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge, I immediately thought of using one of the small Lawn Fawn sets.  I have LOTS of them.. do you as well??  They are such fun images that take no time at all to color.   Today I used the Lawn Fawn Love You Tons stamp set and coordinating dies.  



When I die cut my square, it wasn't as wide as I wanted it to be, since the layout as a strip going up and down and it covers part of the square, I cut the yellow piece from being a 3" x 3" piece to be 3" x 3 1/8" and layered it onto a 3 1/4" x 3 1/8" square.  


After layering the strip on top of the square ~ no one will even know that it's cut apart below.



I am by far not any kind of expert when it comes to coloring with Copic Markers. I mostly do it by what I call "luck!"  haha..  I did want to share how easy it is to color the elephants I used on my card.   I did both elephants nearly the same, except on the boy one I eliminated the T2 and added T6 as the darkest color.

I stamped all the images using Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink ~ LOVE THIS STUFF!!! it works aaaaamazing when coloring in images with Copic Markers.


First I colored in some areas with the T4 marker:

I then colored over it with the T5 marker:

 I spread out the color with the T4 marker:

Then colored over it with the T2 marker ~ this actually removes some of the color:


I then go back over the elephant with the T4 marker:


Then add some shadows back in with the T5 marker:


Then colored all over with the T4 again. I added some blush to her cheek with the R20 marker:



Here is most of the supplies I used on my card ~ plus card stock, foam tape and multi medium matte



Here is this week's Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge: MOJO484
SUPPLIES:

card stock:  Neenah Solar White, Bazzill Licorice Twist, Red
pattern paper: Lawn Fawn Let's Polka
stamps: Lawn Fawn Love You Tons
ink:  Versafine Black (sentiment), Lawn Fawn Jet Black (copic coloring), Copic Markers:  R20, T2, T4, T5, T6
accessories: Scor-Buddy, Lawn Fawn Love You Tons Dies, Lawn Fawn Hearts dies, Foam Tape, Multi Medium Matte, MFT Square Stax Die-namics, Lawn Fawn Small Stitched Square Stackables, Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables


thanks for looking ~


~ Pam

have a great airborne day!

God Bless All Our Military.. each and every one of them



DISCLAIMER: Some of the products I use have been provided by Tupelo Designs LLC. However, my opinions of the products are my own.
     

TupeloDesignsLLC DT Card Project "YOU HAVE MY HEART" MFTWSC319 **W/MEASUREMENTS!

Happy Thursday~! I have a TupeloDesignsLLC DT card project to share with you today, but first I wanted to share some tidbits about TupeloDesignsLLC that you might not know ... 


TupeloDesignsLLC offers an awesome "Loyalty Rewards Program". You will receive 500 points ($5.00) just for signing up, then you will continue to receive 2 pts for every $1 you spend. The points add up quickly and can be redeemed for FREE product ~ they also offer FREE SHIPPING with no minimum purchase requirement and without a required Discount Code! That is the biggest perk for me because I LOVE Free shipping!!   There is also discounted or even Free shipping on International shipments as well. Be sure to check out the TupeloDesignsLLC site for more information. 
From the website:
NEW IN PRIMA MARKETING, NEAT & TANGLED, MAMA ELEPHANT, WE R MEMORY KEEPERS & MORE + GET FREE SHIPPING ON US ORDERS!

Hello, Hello!!  I have two cards to share that use one sketch, two different ways.

I used the My Favorite Things You Have My Heart stamps and dies. The girl and puppy dog were stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored in using Copic Markers.


I started by stamping the dog paws all over the two Kraft panels using the three paw stamps that are in the set. I used Versafine Black Ink. 



Here are my two panels after I stamped the paws all over them.  One I did them randomly and the other in rows.



Here's how I assembled the cards...  I put foam on the back of the blue layered pieces:



I put adhesive on the back of the circle pieces and foam tape to the right side. When I am putting foam tape on the backside of a piece that isn't going to cover the whole thing, I lay the piece upside down so I can see where/how much I will need.



For the sentiment banners ~ I put foam tape in the one side and regular adhesive to the rest.


I took pictures of the heart and clouds, but my phone didn't save them.. I put foam tape to the one corner of the cloud that is hanging off the blue layer and some on the back of the heart.

Here are my two cards ~ this one is Portrait layout:


and this one Landscape:



 Using this week's MFTWSC319 Sketch, I used the sketch as shown and then turned it on it's side. I usually print off a sketch and then turn it around to see which way I like it best and then proceed with making a card.

Here is this week's MFTWSC319 Sketch Challenge:
Here are the measurements I used for the sketch:


SUPPLIES:

card stock:  Neenah Solar White, Bazzill Licorice Twist, Bazzill Classic Kraft, Blue
stamps:  My Favorite Things You Have My Heart
ink: Memento Black, Versafine Black, Lawn Fawn Lobster, Copic Markers
accessories: Scor-Buddy, Foam Tape, MFT Circle Stax, MFT Stitched Sentiment Strips

thanks for looking ~


~ Pam

have a great airborne day!

God Bless All Our Military.. each and every one of them

#MFTSTAMPS

DISCLAIMER: Some of the products I use have been provided by Tupelo Designs LLC. However, my opinions of the products are my own.
     

Set of "THANK YOU" cards for basket "Explorer" themed


I was recently asked if I'd like to donate some cards that will go in a basket that our Brigade is donating for a "Night to Remember" event celebrating 100 years of JBLM.  The theme of the basket is "Explorer" since JBLM (the Lewis part) is named after Meriwether Lewis of Lewis and Clark.

I dug out this large Northwoods Rubber Stamps stamp. I stamped it six times using some Hero Arts Shadow Ink, then layered it onto some brown card stock. I picked out two of each colored pattern papers for the backgrounds that are layered onto a brown card base, lined with a vanilla piece that is the same as the stamped piece.  The "thank you" is from a Hero Arts stamp set stamped using the same brown ink, then cut out and layered onto some brown card stock.

I have a clear plastic box to put them in, along with envelopes. I'll tie some ribbon around them and call it a day!






thanks for looking ~


~ Pam

have a great airborne day!

God Bless All Our Military.. each and every one of them



DISCLAIMER: Some of the products I use have been provided by Tupelo Designs LLC. However, my opinions of the products are my own.
     

U.S. Army card for Soldier "CONGRATULATIONS on your promotion"



Last week my husband asked if I could make a card for him to give to one of his soldiers that was getting promoted, of course I would.   I pulled out a paper pad that has military papers in it. It is a 6 x 6 paper pad that I purchased at Hobby Lobby.

I die cut the largest Star die in a set from MFT with the yellow "Army" paper. I then took some black card stock and traced the outside of the die on it and cut it out to have a layer behind the pattern paper star.

I stamped a sentiment from a Stampin' UP! stamp set, die cut it with a Lawn Fawn Sentiment Banner die and then die cut it again to make the banner the size I needed.

My husband said that the soldier loved his card.



thanks for looking ~


~ Pam

have a great airborne day!

God Bless All Our Military.. each and every one of them



DISCLAIMER: Some of the products I use have been provided by Tupelo Designs LLC. However, my opinions of the products are my own.
     

Congratulations to all the Winners!!!

Congratulations to all the winners in my blog giveaway.   I will be emailing each of you later today.

My granddaughter pulled the names from a bowl.




thanks for looking ~


~ Pam

have a great airborne day!

God Bless All Our Military.. each and every one of them



DISCLAIMER: Some of the products I use have been provided by Tupelo Designs LLC. However, my opinions of the products are my own.
     

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