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Today we have the pleasure of introducing you to the Scenery: It's a Wonderful Pennant. Another basic shape with plenty of variety and options, this set will be a building block for projects of all sorts including backgrounds, banners, trees, party hats and even ice cream cones! We've included 2 sizes of elongated triangles, an outline and solid tree trunks, 2 sizes of stars and little triangles to use to hang your pennants.
Available for purchase on July 25, 2014.
Retails for $15.00
Includes nineteen (19) stamps with seven (7) large pennants and six (6) smaller pennants
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Let's get to the fun part and see what Julie, Shay, our guest stars, Diane Jaquay and Jenny Martin (our fabulous winners of the Playdate No. 2 challenge) and The Talent (our supernova creative team) made with it. And make sure you visit Diane's, Jenny's and each of The Talent's blogs for more knock-it-out-of-the-park projects and details. Don't forget to share some love with them too!
Hello again! I'm excited to show you two more projects, this time using Scenery: It's a Wonderful Pennant - and wonderful it is!. This one is brimming with possibilities! :) Gotta love that, right?
I've got a lot of love right now for our w&w digital files. On this card, I've chosen one of the pennants from the coordinating w&w digital files for Scenery: It's a Wonderful Pennant and resized and cut them with my Silhouette Cameo from white cardstock. Then, I colored them with favorite distress ink colors and my new smaller round ink applicators (love). Next, I stamped the DAD from Parentville, and then fussy cut them and inked over them to coordinate with the pennants. I did the same for the "so glad you're my" sentiment and just cut the ends at an angle. Everything is popped up on foam tape.
Next, I have a card that started out as a 3x4 pocket journaling card, but evolved into this fun shaker card. This is my first shaker in a very, VERY long time. I hope I make the DT proud! They seem to be very good at making them.
The card base is a series of stamping the small outline triangle with versamark and then embossing with clear EP for a background with a little interest. The white 3x4 card is stamped with the diagonal pennant twice in worn lipstick distress ink and then 2nd generation stamped with the flash image from The Write Stuff: Picture Perfect. I like the softer look of the ink for this application, and makes it feel like it is off in the distance. The sentiments are from Bubble Talk and are stamped in seedless preserves.
I had to make this camera twice because I wanted this cut out area, and I needed more edge space to make the shaker portion, so I put the png of the camera in my Silhouette software, and after tracing the image, I de-constructed it so that it would only cut the outside edge and the inside opening, and then I made the lines offset to give me a slightly larger camera so that I could stamp on it, plus have space to add the foam tape along the edges. This was not difficult, but did that a little planning. After I stamped it, I colored the image using distress inks (crushed olive, worn lipstick, seedless preserves and dusty concord), and water and a brush. I think I got carried away a little with the sequins, but love how it turned out.
Now, check out what Shay has made for you today! I marvel at her backgrounds, and I think you will too!
I am so taken with Julie's camera shaker card! Love it.
I have a couple of easy cards to show you today in which Scenery: It's a Wonderful Pennant make dramatic backdrops.
I chose a fun, summery palette of picked raspberry, salty ocean and squeezed lemonade Tim Holtz Distress Inks with a dash of navy thrown in for good measure. You can get a fairly good impression with Distress Inks if you first coat the stamp with Versamark, but for this card I really love the uneven stamping of Distress Inks. I stamped the horizontal smaller pennant in a star pattern numerous times. In between each of the triangles I stamped the tiny solid triangle in salty ocean. Inside the pennant stars I stamped the larger star in salty ocean. I also stamped the triangles within a triangle from Scenery: Retangled & Triangled in squeezed lemonade inside the pennant star. In the background I stamped the smaller star in squeezed lemonade. I added a little clear Wink of Stella to the yellow and blue stars (does not show up in the photographs).
I finished the card with the sentiment from Bubble Talk and edging the card with my ink blending tool and chipped sapphire Tim Holtz Distress Ink.
My next card uses navy once again this time to stamp the diagonal stripe larger pennant at the top and bottom of a card. The navy is Hero Arts Mid-tone Shadow Inks. I added a banner made from a journaling card from Maggie Holmes Project Life Mini Kit which I sewed onto the card. Over the banner I added a sentiment Thicker from Trinket by Dear Lizzy for American Crafts with foam dimensional adhesive. I added the heart inside the "o" and little star both from the same Thicker package.
The last bits are the sequins(naturally) and the addition of some chipped sapphire Tim Holtz Distress Ink to edge the card.
You are in for some superb inspiration from our guest stars and the Talent!
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Guest Star, Jenny Martin
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Lea will be joining us for our next release.
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