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clearsnap & cardmaker blog hop

hello! welcome to the Clearsnap and CardMaker Blog Hop!

i hope you have enjoyed all the fab projects you have seen so far!

i have a card to share using Izink Ink made by Aladine and distributed by Clearsnap…

welcome card - clearsnap,cardmaker,blog hop,stamped card,stamping technique,home card,rollagraph,izink - tami sanders - wm

Izink Inks are a hybrid of pigment ink and acrylic paint. they work well on a variety of different medias, dry quickly and have a pretty shimmer. they also come in LOTS of gorgeous colors.

Clearsnap will be giving away some Izink Inks, so be SURE to get all the details on the CLEARSNAP BLOG and play along to WIN!

i made all the inked and stamped pieces of the scene using the same 5 step process:

1} add a few drops of Izink in a few different colors from the same color family on a piece of waxed paper {like Bamboo, Avocado and Cactus for the green}

2} dab the colors with the ColorBox® Color Blender to load the sponge with ink, being careful not to overblend

3} press the Color Blender along a piece of white cardstock, making consecutive blocks of color, reloading as needed; set aside to dry or heat set

4} place the Say What? Rollagraph® Jumbo Design Wheel in the Jumbo Handle and load with ColorBox® Frost White Pigment Ink, roll across Izink inked paper ; heat set

5} stamp design using ColorBox® Wicked Black Archival Dye Ink

after all the pieces were inked and stamped, i cut them out. i also decided to make the door and windows of the house from different colors, so they were stamped and cut out, then adhered to the house.

to ” set the scene”, i punched out a 3″ scalloped circle to use as a mask, held it in place on the card front using a bit of blue tape, then inked around it using Mimosa, Citronella and a little Jasmine loaded on a damp Color Blender Sponge.

once that was dry, i used a 2 1/2″ circle punch to create the sky – trimming off the bottom of the circle, and to make the grass – cutting a curvy line across the top part to make a hill. these 2 pieces were arranged in the center of the masked off area of the card.

then all the pieces of the scene were arranged and glued. i stamped some clouds on remnants of the blue inked piece using the Frost White Pigment Ink, and cut them out to use to add some dimension to the sky…

welcome card - clearsnap,cardmaker,blog hop,stamped card,stamping technique,home card,rollagraph,izink - tami sanders - cu wm

to finish off the card, i stamped a border and sentiment at the bottom using Wicked Black Dye Ink.

stamps: Hampton Art: Doodle Bug: Home Sweet Home and Borders

cardstock: Bazzill 

adhesive: Beacon Adhesives: 3-in-1 Glue

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here is a list of all the stops for the hop; you can see where you are at and where you need to go next! if you jumped in somewhere in the middle, start over at the top of the list so you won’t miss anything!

have fun!

CardMaker http://www.cardmakermagazine.com/blog/?p=9890

Steph Ackerman http://stephaniescraps.blogspot.com/…/hi-miss-you-with…

Jeanne Streiff http://inkypaws.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/?p=20022

Meihsia Liu http://meihsia.blogspot.com/…/hello-friends-card-izink…

Kathy Martin http://card-blanc.blogspot.com/…/clearsnap-and…

Jennifer Priest http://hydrangeahippo.com/?p=6288

Kristie Hartfeil http://krismybliss.wordpress.com/

Kristine Reynolds http://stampingandscrapingincalifornia.blogspot.com/…

Vivian Keh http://contadinak.wordpress.com/2014/06/04/cardmaker-hop/

Sabrina Alery http://sabrinaalery.com/2014/06/16/cardmaker-clearsnap/

Tami Sanders https://tamisanders.com/2014/06/02/cardmaker-blog-hop/   <<< you are here! >>>

Vera Yates http://lingshappyplace.blogspot.com/…/cardmaker…  <<<visit vera next! >>>

Clearsnap Blog http://blog.clearsnap.com/?p=10454

27 thoughts on “clearsnap & cardmaker blog hop

  1. WOW — what new neighbor wouldn’t just love a card like this — so unique and GORGEOUS!

  2. Love your pretty little scene. These inks give such nice, vibrant colours that just pop off the page. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I love everything you do, of course! I’ve been into little house stamps lately and this card is just s darn cute… and it really is welcoming. Very, very nice. Thank you.

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