Monday, September 28, 2009

Clear Dollar Stamps Sneak Peek Day 2

Hi folks, its day 2 of sneak peeks of all the fabulous stamps from Clear Dollar Stamps that will be available for purchase on October 1st. Remember, you can see all the full reveals of these stamp sets on Lori's blog - Clearly iStamp.

* Baking with Charliene * Christmas Blessings * Christmas Scriptures *

* Holiday Nutcrackers * John 3:16 *



I've got 2 cards and a project to share with you today and I'm saving the others for later in October. Trust me, I have plenty to share with you. I'll start with Baking with Charliene and must have to admit she is pretty darn cute!

I will also admit that I don't do the majority of the cooking in our family so I wouldn't be holding the turkey. Just as a side note, I'm not sure who will be cooking the turkey this year since my side of the extended family will be meeting at Seaside Oregon for Thanksgiving - all 17 of us (minus my Dad who isn't part of the family anymore) It will be quite the event I'm sure. Anyway, Charliene has lots of accessories to hold on her platter and she's super chic in that cute apron. I used Copics to color and most of the paper is from TaDa Creative Studios.

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My next card is from the Christmas Blessings set. This set has lots of sentiments for you sentiment lovers out there that can go on the front or the inside of your holiday cards.

For my card I picked the simplest of all the sentiments, but isn't the font the prettiest? I paired this simple sentiment with a stamp set called Country Bridges. I embossed it with silver embossing powder and added some liquid applique and glitter. I added a few strokes of a light gray Copic marker for a bit of shading. I just love blues for holiday and winter cards.

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My last project uses a stamp from Holiday Nutcrackers and the funny thing is that I didn't even use the best images from this set. I used the little poinsettias in the set and altered some candles with it. I had never tried this technique and I must say it was quite fun. After I altered the candles I had to create a gift box for them and am quite pleased with the way it turned out.

I colored my flowers on tissue paper with Copics and then melted away. The sentiment on the tag was also created with a sentiment from this stamp set. If you are a nutcracker fan, you will love this set.

So that is it for me today, but please head on over to these fellow Design Team Members for lots more sneak peeks and inspiration.

Kim * Angela * Sarah * Stacy * Candy
* Laurie * Linda A * Trudy * Tricia
* Nancy * Cassie *

Thanks for coming by and have a great day.


Recipe for Baking with Charliene:

ALL CDSTAMPS LLC STAMP SETS USED: baking with charliene
CARDSTOCK AND PAPERS: white, spring rain (PTI), Chocolate (CTMH), TaDa Creative Studios Abode a la Mode collection
INKPADS: Memento Tuxedo Black, Chocolate (CTMH)
MARKERS: E35,E29,E57,E33,B05,RV13,E47,E49,E08,G94,BG01,B60
ACCESSORIES AND EMBELLISHMENTS: Circle Punch, PTI ribbon
COLORING MEDIUM (if any): Copics


Recipe for Christmas Blessings:

ALL CDSTAMPS LLC STAMP SETS USED: Christmas Blessings, Country Bridges
CARDSTOCK AND PAPERS: Spring Rain, enchanted evening (PTI), white
INKPADS: versamark, enchanted evening (PTI)
MARKERS: C-3
ACCESSORIES AND EMBELLISHMENTS: silver embossing powder, heat gun, liquid applique, stardust embossing powder, petite oval nestabilities, long rectangle nestabilities
COLORING MEDIUM (if any): Copics

Recipe for Candles:

ALL CDSTAMPS LLC STAMP SETS USED: holiday nutcracker
CARDSTOCK AND PAPERS: white (PTI), SU! bella rose
INKPADS: memento black tuxedo, pure poppy (PTI)
MARKERS: Copics-R29,R37,R39,G07,Y08
ACCESSORIES AND EMBELLISHMENTS: PTI ribbon, tissue paper, exacto knife,long scallop rectangle, burlap may arts, hole punch, candles, wax paper, heat gun

15 comments:

Candy F. said...

All great cards/projects but I love the way the candles turned out with the flower and the box is perfect to hold them.

Desire Fourie said...

Katie, these creations are gorgeous and I just love the little gift box with the embellished candles ... such a lovely gift.
Hugs
Desire

Cassie said...

Hey Katie! Great sneaks! Charliene is so darn cute, I love the simplicity of your second card, and wowzers on your candles. You've been busy ;D

Laurie tx stamper said...

Charliene looks fabulous in blue, and that oval dot paper is funky! That candle set is FABULOUS! I love it! Love the CAS winter bridge card too!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Oh Katie your candles and gift box blew me away! I so need instructions on how you did it all. FABULOUS gift for someone. Charline looks adorable. The snow on your bridge looks totally cool. Beautiful work!

Angela (jellybean74) said...

Great ideas!!!!! Love the candle set - what a great thing to give away to someone. I bet no one would want to burn the candles because they are just too pretty!

Love your Charliene! Now it has me thinking about Thanksgiving.

auntbeespickles said...

Hi Katie, they are all just adorable! Love the snow on the Christmas card. Love the little candles - how cute it that!! Great Job - keep it up!

Jacqueline's Weblog said...

Your creations are all beautiful Katie. Mine compliments.
Hugs Jacqueline

The Stamper's Touch said...

You are one busy lady Katie!!! Such wonderful sneak peeks!! May I say I LOVE your candles, so beautiful!!!!! Can't wait to see what you have in store for tomorrow!!!

Linda

Sue from Oregon said...

Such a festive project Katie. Great sneak peeks. I say buy the turkey from Safeway!

Nancy ~ Inkcicles said...

So awesome! I'm gonna card lift your design on the Christmas one okay?!

;-)

Hugs,
~nance

Davis Family said...

So you just color on tissue paper and heat onto the candle? GENIUS!
Hugs...
em

Lisa Lara said...

Wow what a great idea. I love those candles Katie. Fantastic. What a great gift.

treasuredpaperdesigns said...

Katie, I love the decorated candle set and gift box. Do you have instructions and measurements? Also how did you get the design that you stamped on tissue paper on the candle? I've never seen that done before. Could you share?

Sherry

Tricia said...

That little box of candles is such a good idea! I'm definitely going to keep that in mind for Christmas!

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