Monday, March 18, 2019

Tiny Shiny Bubbles A Sparkle N Sprinkle Tutorial


Hi there! Welcome to my studio...

Today I am revisiting one of my digital stamp sets, (also available in rubber) I created an easy peasy card using several products from Sparkle N Sprinkle.

Here are the sets I used. They are available in a digital bundle, HERE.
Koi Pond Super Bundle Digital Stamp Set [DIGI918-919BC] There are tons of images in this bundle, including a couple of images that I designed of a lotus pod and a second lily pad to go along with it. Although the images appear layered, they are indeed separate. However, the PNG's can be layered to create borders, scenes, etc.

If you enjoy the video, please give me a happy thumb's up :-)

These sets are also available in rubber HERE.

The product I used by Sparkle N Sprinkle are:
(The stamps above)
in the video I also use...

Thanks so much for visiting, and I hope to see you again soon!







Saturday, March 16, 2019

I'm Home

Crazy, I know.

I was revisiting my old blogs, and when I saw the title bar of the sandy beach, a picture I took at Lido Beach years ago, I decided to come back "home" to this blog, leaving Bev's Bliss as history. Here on Artsystamper, you will find cards I created with digital stamps when I was on several design teams awhile ago. Now to add some new posts!

I'm home.

I truly LOVE digis.  Now, I have a line of my own stamps, digital and rubber as well. You can find them at Sparkle N Sprinkle

I'm so excited!

I will be posting videos to my YouTube channel soon. I will be sharing the amazing variety of ways digital stamps can be used in mixed media and well as crafting. Just look for Artsystamper. 

In the meantime, you can catch my stamping technique videos for Sparkle N Sprinkle. (Most of them have a green band in the thumbnail.) Please like, subscribe and hit the bell, so you don't miss a thing!

(If you would like to see posts for SNS, just visit Bev's Bliss.)

Thanks so much for stopping by...see you soon!




Thursday, February 6, 2014

Early Easter Bunny

This is a new release digital stamp from Digital Delights, where I am on the Design Team.
 
I used my new Spectrum Noir markers and a bit of white Gelly Roll Pen to color our little friend here.
 
The background paper is from Michael's.
 
The sentiment is from the set, Easter Sentiments also by DD.
 
Be sure to check out all the new releases here.
 
That's all for now,
 




Thursday, January 16, 2014

Just a Quick Note

I have been super busy, as I am getting ready to go on my very first cruise!
I have to get my cards done for the Design Teams I am on, as well as work on my art that I love so much, and shop and pack...
 
It's all so much FUN!
 
This card was super quick. I used Digital Delights products to create the background and sentiment, inside and out. By simply printing it out, trimming and adding a few embellishments, I was done...no coloring, even though it's my favorite part of the process. I simply didn't have the time.
 
Visit Digital Delights Blog. You will enjoy the projects you can create...3-D, layered, name it. Wendy can also create a cute watermark for you. Take a look at mine. It's done with one of her Vintage Digital Stamp sets.
 
So on to the card...
 
 
I used Noteable Music Paper Pack. So many beautiful backgrounds.
This one has a rainbow effect as well as distressing.
 
I layered the sentiment from the Groove On sentiment set onto the background,
 
 
using the PNG version of the stamp.
 
I also printed out the inside sentiment so I could cut out
 the actual card from the same sheet of card stock.
 
After printing it out, I simply cut, embellished and I was DONE!
 
 
I used metal gems from Hobby Lobby, Washi Tape and some ribbon from SU!. I also used my white Gelly Roll Pen to add some highlights and dots to the "Note".
 
 
Be sure to enter the challenge at Delightful Challenges. This week's challenge is:
 
BRRRR!
(anything Winter)
 
The prize is
 
Good luck!
 
 
Stay Warm...it's in the 40's here!


Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Valentine Roses from Fred, She Said


I made this beautiful card in minutes with Fred, She Said's Hearts and Roses Precolored set.
 
 
I did it "decoupage" style. Simply cut and layer. I used some Stickles to make the roses sparkle.
 
 
The background is done with a Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder. I don't know which company it's from though..I borrowed it.
 
 
I hope you get a chance to make a card for this challenge. It's so easy to make a card with flowers...especially if you use the beautiful choices from Fred, She Said.
 
http://fred-she-said-store.blogspot.com/
 
They are the sponsor for the challenge. If you win, you would get
a $10 voucher for the Fred, She Said store!
 
 
Entering challenges here:
 
Send a little love today...Fred, She Said style!
 
 
 
 


Tuesday, January 14, 2014

A Lawn Fawn Hello

 I have always loved Lawn Fawn stamp sets when I have watched Kristina Werner make cards with them. She has a way...and they are so cute!
 
I used a background which I had put away in a folder marked, "Cards in Progress". Do you have one of those kind of folders? Bet you do...or something like it.
 
 
Anyway, the background is made with a die (sorry, don't know whose it is)of the work, Hello. I cut the negative space out of the stripes and inlayed the word in white.  A fun technique.
 
The stamps were placed on my Fiskars stamp press to create the scene. I cut a circle with my old Coluzzle system, still easier than the out of the box technique done with dies.
 
 
Colored with Spectrum Noir markers (my new faves) and a bit of Prismacolor Pencil (the purple bird). The sky is chalked with my old CTMH cloud stencil. Stickles on the birds, branch and leaves.
 
 
This card was created to go with the Tuesday Throwdown Challenge. I switched to team B, but still wanted to use the set that was so generously sent to me by Lawn Fawn. Thanks so much!
 
 
Use stripes and enter the challenge. You could win!
 
Have fun,


Thursday, January 9, 2014

Love Train

Thursday means Digital Delights!
 
This is a new digital stamp, and new sentiment set by Louby Loo. I used my Prismacolor Markers in a new way for me...I actually shaded with them.  I usually use my Prismacolor Premier Pencils and mineral spirits when I want to shade, but I learned a new technique for shading colors without all the matchy matchy markers people spend TONS of money on to shade...
 
You know the markers I am talking about. They are too expensive for this girl. So, if you like to shade but don't want to spend the $$, stay tuned. I will do a tutorial on this sometime soon.
 
So...after all that, here is my card.
 

 
This is Love Train Luvvy. The sentiment set is called, Cupid's Quotes.
 
 
I cut out the image with a die, which I borrowed at our Card Making Group here in my community.
 
 
I drew stitching around the edges, and used a ribbon from my stash. The ribbon was melted with my heat tool to make is tight and ripply.
 
White Gel Pen was used to highlight. Stickels give it glitz.
 
 
The sentiment was backed with an ombre effect, using my markers...fun!
 
 
Get over to Delightful Challenges and enter DD's challenge. It's sponsored by
 
 
The challenge is an easy one...PATTERNED PAPER. Digital Delights has amazing digi paper packs...check'em out.
 
Have fun and stay warm...here is Florida it's promising to warm up.