Thursday, March 20, 2014

Blog Hop - Take Time to Delight & E-Z Dots Runner


Welcome to our blog hop with Scrapbook Adhesives, makers of quality and creative adhesives!  Thanks for dropping by.
Yogi here and here is my Spring project:
 
I cut my white cardstock (5"h x 11"w), scored and folded  similar to this diagram but changed the height to 5". Scored at the 5" mark on the left of the 11" side of my cardstock. Then scored the diagonal line.

Folded the front flap in and layered another piece of white cardstock that was decorated below, the same size as the base of the floor and adhered to the front flap (see gluing area on the above diagram "glue front here").

I love the dots from the Scrapbook Adhesive E-Z Dots runner. I applied vertical lines on my white cardstock and sprinkled with various colors of Glitter Ritz micro fine glitter (Chartreuse, Gold, Celadon & Peridot), burnished well.

Adhered the small 3D foam adhesive squares and applied Green Variegated gold leaf to them and brushed of the excess using the brush that comes in the Perfect Pearls set.

Then adhered the narrow ribbon in 2 shades of green using the Crafty Power Tape.

Embossed the right side  using Cuttlebug "Swiss Dots" folder. As mentioned above adhered this layer to the front of my side easel card.


 Stamped the quote (masking of the two words "the Season") using Versafine Black Onyx and clear embossed. Die cut with Spellbinders "Pearl Effects Card Creator", sponged Distress "Forest Moss" around the edges and adhered to card front - off set -  using the larger of the 3D foam squares.

Stamped the daffodils (Art-Kure "Daffodils") twice on white cardstock using the black. Colored with Prisma colored pencils, then fussy cut the 1st stamped image all around. Fussy cut the 2nd stamped image, but only the individual petals (one at a time), and used a large balled stylus to shape the petals on a piece of fun foam. Dipped the edge that falls in the center of the flower in some glue and adhered to 1st stamped flower. Repeated till all petals were adhered.

Used a strip of quilling paper and crimped it prior coiling and allowing the coil to loosen, adhered the end and then adhered the coil to the flower center. Adhered the flower to the card front - off set again.

Die cut the lady bugs (eCraft Designs). Colored the body with a black Zig writer, then the wings with Distress,  "Persimmon" or "Mustard Seed" and clear embossed. Adhered the wings to the body and on to the card.

Embossed the floor of the card using Couture Creations Romantique Series "Breeze" and sponged some Moss over the high points.

Calligraphed and created the eCut the word "Spring" from white cardstock including a shadow layer. Applied Distress pads direct to paper in the Mustard, Persimmon & Picked Raspberry, then added some of these colors to a craft mat. Misted the eCut with water to blend some of the color and then smeared it carefully on the wet craft mat, dried. Repeated till I got the right concentration of color. Applied Versamark all over the colored letters and clear embossed.

top view
Ran the shadow layer through my Zyron, burnished well to remove the overspill of the glue, adhered my colored letters then sprinkled with Glitter Ritz micro fine glitter "Java Bean". Burnished and wiped off the excess. Adhered to floor of card with the small 3D foam squares.

Click on any image to enlarge. Enjoy.

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34 comments:

  1. I love the flowers. Thanks for sharing your techniques!

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  2. Love the daffodils, my favorite spring flower!

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  3. The technique for the daffodil centers is beautiful. Happy Spring!

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  4. just love it Yogi, The flowers are amazing. So awesome.

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  5. wow, I love the new techniques you shared. why don't I think of things like that. great job on the card. love all of it's layers too.

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  6. Beautiful card. Love the side easel look. thanks for sharing such detailed instructions.

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  7. what a creative card! Never thought of putting glitter on tiny glue dots.
    Love all that has been done. Great work!

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  8. Love the card Yogi! Daffodils are beautiful!

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  9. What an amazing card. The flowers are just beautiful!

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  10. This gorgeous card has me all quivery inside!! Absolutely STUNNING! Those flowers are just GORGEOUS! I love the uniqueness of this card and am thankful for the wonderful tutorial!! TFS!

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  11. So much going on with your card here Yogi and I love it all! Happy Spring! :)

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  12. beautiful spring card--love the flowers

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  13. What an intricate card! It's lovely and I love all the different elements, Yogi. Thanks for adding the diagram for the side easel card - that was helpful. It's been fun watching what you will come up with next as you are doing more involved folds with your cards!

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  14. Beautiful...I'm ready for spring!

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  15. Wow, awesome card. Welcome Spring!

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  16. I love the cut and fold of this card. It shows off all the gorgeous details.

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  17. Gobsmacked...stunned....amazed! This is stunning! Wowza! Oh my, I can't think of anything else to say!

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  18. Wow, this is stunning! I love the flowers, thanks for the inspiration.

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  19. What a lovely Spring card the details are never ending and so well thought out love it!

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  20. Love the format of this pretty card an all the dimension! Beautiful spring card!

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  21. I love the strips made with the runners. What a great idea.

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  22. Such a great card! Love those Daffodils so much. Great composition and of course the script and sentiment are perfect for the season. Here is to Spring all around

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  23. Amazing card and an awesome giveaway! I always need quality adhesives!

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  24. Those daffodils are amazing! Gorgeous card :)

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  25. Very creative fold on your
    card. Lovely layers.
    Carla from Utah

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  26. This is gorgeous Yogi! I just love those flowers!

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  27. Marvelous card. Love the centers of your daffodils! That bouquet makes me want to snatch it up and put it in a jar on my windowsill.......can't put it on the table or the cats will knock it over! Ha.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  28. Very pretty card Yogi. I love those daffodils, they're my favourite spring flower. They are so dimensional in real life, I always found this difficult to portray on a card. I never thought of using quilled corrugated centres to make it more 3D. It works really well. Great idea!

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  29. So pretty and love how you used glitter on the tape runner dots.

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  30. Amazing - love the daffodils.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  31. Love this card! The all the many details!

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