Lawn Fawn Loads of Fun Stamp Set

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Today I am featuring a bunch of new products from Lawn Fawn Stamps! I am focusing on the Loads of Fun stamp and die sets! Lawn Fawn introduced cardstock to co-ordinate with their papers. Plus, I have also used the 6×6 Perfectly Plaid paper pack.

I started by making the cute background. In the video I show you how I made it using the underwear stamp from Loads of Fun and the Manatee Ink Pad.

I then cut out the washing machine and socks from the Perfectly Plaid paper. I like to cut the images and then stamp them. I stamped the washing machine on the yellow cardstock and then cut out just the circle. I glued the elements together.

I then cut a banner from the Everyday Sentiment Banner Die set and stamped my greeting. I used dimensional adhesives to adhere it to the card.

Finally, to clean my stamps, Lawn Fawn has introduced the Stamp Shammy Cleaner. Just went the happy and clean your stamps!!

The links in this post take you to Simon Says Stamp! When you shop at Simon Says Stamp using our links Scrap Time receives a percentage of the sale and we appreciate your support!

On the next episode I am showing you how to add foil to black paper!

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Two Ways to Use Picket Fence Distress Ink

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Today I am sharing 2 ways to use Picket Fence Distress Ink. I started by applying Distress Ink to the base of the card. I was using the Ranger Specialty Stamping Paper. I then applied the Picket Fence Distress Ink through Wendy Vecchi’s Repeating Quilt stencil. This gives a soft texture to the background.

On a separate piece of paper I stamped the flower from Wendy Vecchi’s Unlimited Art Stamp Set and embossed it with gold embossing powder and cut it out. I then used Distress Inks to paint the flower.

I applied the Picket Fence Distress Ink to Wendy’s Ticking Background stamp and stamped the Mat Mini Black Button. The white shows up great on the black. I tied some twine on the button. I then glued all the pieces onto the cards and finished it off with a stamped sentiment.

The links in this post take you to Simon Says Stamp. When you shop at Simon Says Stamp using our links Scrap Time receives a percentage of the sale and we appreciate your support.

On the next episode I am featuring the Lawn Fawn Loads of Fun stamp set!

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Scrap Time on Instagram!

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I have made a new Instagram Account exclusively for Scrap Time! It is called Scrap Time Photos! I post photos and short videos of projects I am working on! This way you can see everything crafty without having to see photos of my cats! But if you want to see photos of my cats, Toronto, Disney and what I am eating, you can also follow me at Christine Urias!

Hope to see you on Instagram!!

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Dylusions Coloring Sheets and Ink Sprays!

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Today I am sharing the Dylusions Coloring Sheets. Dyan has taken some of her art journal pages and shrunk them down to 5″x8″. There are 2 of 12 designs, totalling 24 sheets. You can colour them in with many medias, but I am showing how you can use the Dylusions Ink Sprays at a watercolour medium. If you have a water brush, you can pour the ink directly into the brush to make a quick, no mess painting tool. Or you can spray the ink onto a craft sheet and paint using a brush and water. I share both methods in the video.

The links in this post take you to Simon Says Stamp. When you shop at Simon Says Stamp using our links Scrap Time receives a percentage of the sale and we appreciate your support.

On the next episode I am demoing a couple ways to use Picket Fence Distress Ink!

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Fluid Watercolour Urban Sketched Cards

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Today I am showing you how I took an Urban Sketch of the CN Tower and turned it into a card. I start by using a pencil to sketch in the outline of the buildings. The great thing about this technique is you don’t have to worry about all the small details. I put a few colours of the Dr. Ph. Martin’s Hydrus Fluid Watercolours onto a palette. I like to use these watercolours because the colours are ready to go and are quite intense. You may want to water them down a bit to get a lighter colour. I started with one colour at the top and as I continued down I added more colours without cleaning my brush. The colours will blend together. Quick and Easy!

You can purchase the Dr. Ph. Martin’s Hydrus watercolours at Dick Blick and Curry’s!

On the next episode I am featuring the Dylusions Colouring Pages.

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